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By KELLEY MOHR Staff Writer With a retail location in addition to its catalog, “The Music Man,” the Berlin Seeds is a one stop musical based on Mershop for seeds and garedith Willson’s timeless dening supplies. classic, is coming back to After opening the retail Hiland High School Feb. store in January, Berlin 22 and 23 and March 1 and Seeds has fulfilled its goal 2 at 7 p.m., as well as Feb. of becoming more “retail 24 and March 3 at 2:30 friendly,” while still offerp.m. in the Hiland High ing catalog sales and store School auditorium. It will pickups, said Berlin Seeds be directed by John Harris. General Manager Henry Tickets are $7 for adults Erb Jr. “We had so many and $5 for students and people say, ‘Can’t we just seniors and may be purget our own seeds?' We chased by calling Holly wanted to accommodate or Rita at the high school what people want.” office during school hours “We want people to be at 330-893-2626. able to come in and shop See Pg. 2 — CALENDAR based on product information that is right there with the product. It’s an ongoing project,” he said. “Seeds are our main business, but our focus is on self-sustainability. People can grow their own food , came andAiknow where Kelley Mohr photos/www.buydrphotos.com ra ar arranty, d itW Ainty ing ing ar He stica’s Befrom.” st HedarW Beer America’s Am Seeds and self-sustainability are the main focus at Berlin Seeds. “People can grow their own food ! ! ide ide nw tio tionw nase naupsurge ceth cethe rvi with serviwi With of Gen- and know where it came from,” says general manager Henry Erb. ce & Service & ServiOrganisms eral Modified espurpose. They we have a large selection vicines dear gedde inntggrowing aron ir Re he he better wayur to cu “We forvic that pamany pair There is node ntfocus Reof rre curre on the shelves groyo your ingrowing inyour de Tra Tra avoid these than own food, making it have good cery stores,Cle Berlin yo%urof yo ur flavor and of organic and naturally& anings & of50 s Cle % aningSeeds 50 to to up up e e iv iv ce ce one’s own food as much more nutritious and havperform well for home re re d d has made aAdcommitment an an * * ents justments Adjustm neofw a as possible, explained Erb. ha ingse varieties that are suitgardeners,” f f a newhe said. “Plus, See Pg. 4 — SEEDS of not to sell GMO seeds. ice ice pr pr se ha rc rc pu pu al al
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A public hearing will be held Monday, Feb. 25 at 6:55 p.m. by Millersburg Village Council to hear any comments on a proposed street vacation of an undeveloped 40-foot section between the Flickinger and Myers properties on Critchfield Street. The meeting will be at the Village Office, 6 N. Washington St., Millersburg. Written comments will be received at the Village Office until 3 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 23.
A whole hog sausage and haystack benefit breakfast with basket raffle will be held Saturday, Feb. 23, 6-11 a.m., at Wise Middle School. The school is located at the corner of state Route 557 and County Road 120. Proceeds benefit the students of Charm, Flat Ridge and Wise schools. Donations will be accepted at the door.
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‘Cooking for a Cause’ to benefit Every Woman’s House
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will truly enjoy.” Tickets cost $25 and include all the palatable pleasures and the classes. Tickets are available in advance at Rodhe’s IGA SuperCenter in Millersburg and the Gospel Book Store in Berlin. Tickets will be available at the door on the day of the event, but advance purchase is recommended due to limited space. The classes are: — “Decorating on a Dime” by Tracy Van Keuren of Jackson St. Gallery/Millersburg Furniture. She will demonstrate how that big table could look when no one is eating from it.
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new spin — there are also three fabulous classes to help participants decorate their dining table like the pros and take cupcakes “from average to exceptional.” “Thanks to the increasing popularity of The Food Network, the Cooking Channel and HGTV, cooking and decorating classes are extremely popular throughout the United States. We want to showcase local culinary and decorating talent in a wonderful way, at an affordable price, ALL for a great cause,” said event co-chairwoman Ruth Waltman. “We are very excited about these classes and think it is something our patrons
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By CHRISTINE L. PRATT Staff Writer With all the ingredients to be a top contending culinary event, the Holmes County Friends and Neighbors of Every Woman’s House is inviting friends and neighbors to “Cooking for a Cause.” It’s the old Taste Test Extravaganza fundraiser, but “all dressed up with a new name and exciting, new and delectable offerings that will tease your taste buds and sharpen your decorating skills like no other event,” according to an EWH press release. This year’s event is scheduled for Feb. 24, 4-6 p.m., at the Catholic Center of Sts. Peter and Paul Church, 379 S. Crawford St., Millersburg. It will feature 25 premier Holmes County chefs offering samples of their favorite recipes and delicious dishes. And here’s the
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Berlin Seeds has made a commitment to sell only seeds that do not contain general modified organisms. sprouted, it has up to 10 times (the nutrition) that can actually be found in the seeds,” said Erb. “It’s a good way to get your nutrition in the wintertime when you don’t have fresh nutrients coming in from the garden.” The store also offers flowers and herbs. This year, Berlin Seeds will provide a complimentary picture stake tag with each flower and herb seed packet, and for many of the vegetables as well. “We saw the need, so we provided that at no extra charge,” said Erb. Other items include plant material such as asparagus, blueberries, raspberries, grapes, strawberries and onions, available after March 4. “We get them in about the time people can start planting them, to keep them fresh,” said Erb. “We like to have those out at the retail store so people can see what they are getting before they buy it.”
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In addition to seeds, the store offers items that go hand-in-hand with gardening and living sustainable in accordance with the store's slogan — “Gardening success from planting to plate.” For example, canning supplies, seed starters, row covers, frost protection and pest control. “We try to follow up; Not just provide the seeds, but give you the tools you need to take those seeds all the way to the table,” said Erb. “Even if you grow it, you have to learn what to do with it. So it takes some tools to take you from the garden to the plate.” Other items include non-sugar sweeteners like Stevia and Xylitol, Ganoderma Coffee and Strong Tower Coffee, as well as Tincture Kits. “These actually work,” said Erb of the kits, which he and his wife have used for years. “If you make them and you use them, you actually get results
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To welcome customers to the retail location, Berlin Seeds will hold a grand opening tomorrow and Saturday (Feb. 22-23). The store is located at 5335 County Road 77, Millersburg. from them.” And as for the coffee, Ganaderma is known for its nutritional benefits, and Strong Tower Coffee comes directly from a children’s home in El Salvador. “You’re getting really good coffee plus the proceeds directly benefit the children’s home,” said Erb. To welcome customers to the retail location, Berlin Seeds will have an open house for the retail store’s grand opening on Feb. 22-23 with free giveaways, refreshments and specials. “We’ll be able to display items that people may not know we have, show the things we’ll offer here in the store that aren’t in the catalog because of shipping issues and costs. Also, we already have some stuff in the catalog available with an in-store
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pickup price,” said Erb. Berlin Seeds also provides trouble shooting with tips on everything from product use to pruning. “A lot of people like to garden, but when they have problems they don’t know where to go. We do a lot of trouble shooting during the summer for pest and disease control and even for leisure requirements,” said Erb, noting that the catalog features a large Problem/ Solution section and customers may call in with questions. “We research and help people determine what is wrong with your plants and/ or what can be done to fix and prevent it.” This ties into the store’s practice of providing product information on the shelves, “so people can utilize the products
for their needs,” said Erb. Providing trouble shooting free of charge demonstrates Berlin Seeds’ approach to customer service — treat the customer right and he or she will return to the store. “If you provide it for your customers, they will be loyal to you. We help people accomplish what they want to accomplish — whether that’s growing more nutritious food or solving problems that show up in the garden to selling canning equipment for food preservation,” said Erb. Berlin Seeds is located at 5335 County Road 77, Millersburg, Ohio 44654. The store can be reached at 330-893-2091. Reporter Kelley Mohr can be reached at 330674-5676 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thanks to all who helped A sincere thank you to each and everyone for everything that was done, given, shared or cared during Mark’s battle with cancer, his death and the funeral. Also want to thank all that helped in any way with the house, whether it was labor, material or money. We felt unworthy, but all was greatly appreciated. May God bless you. The Family of Mark Stutzman
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based fertilizers that help promote a nutrient-dense food.” To allow customers to do so, the store offers hundreds of varieties of seeds. These include 33 varieties of beans, 18 varieties of peas, 28 varieties of corn and hundreds of small vegetable varieties. “We buy right from the grower, which allows us to compete well with the larger seed companies. We offer a fair price point with the same varieties,” said Erb. “By keeping it local, with a local work force, it gives us an advantage.” The store also carries 11 varieties of sprouting seeds, along with accessories. These include alfalfa, clover, radish and more. “The nutritional content is really incredible in the sprouts — once it has
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Community It’s not our possessions that make us rich “We are not rich by what we possess but by what we can do without.” — Immanuel Kant All I’ve heard on the news, from the government, and from individuals since 2008 is how “awful” the economy is. And, yes, I know we’ve all had to tighten our belts and spend more cautiously. And, though I know it’s not politically correct to say so, I am a bit skeptical about how “awful” things really are. A few reasons why: Every time I get groceries, the parking lot is full and I have to wait in line for quite some time. And people are buying soda, cigarettes, candy, junk food and other things we don’t really “need.” When my husband and I went out to eat recently (something we do about once every six weeks or so, not every week as many do), there was such a long waiting line at the first place that we went to a second … and found a long line there too. I hear people every day, some on public assistance, complaining they can’t pay their bills or find a job, showing off
their tattoos while holding a cigarette in their fingers and bragging about how drunk they were the night before, or how they’d spent 30 bucks on lottery tickets and didn’t win anything. Where’d all the money for those things come from? The most recent event that got me thinking was Valentine’s Day. One study said that Americans, many of them TEENAGERS, would spend over 11 BILLION dollars on Valentine’s Day gifts. Now, let me say that I think love is important. I wouldn’t have stayed married for more than three decades if I didn’t. I love my husband very much, but I don’t show him that only one day of the year. And I cannot conceive of spending the kind of money some people do, especially when so many claim they can’t find employment, when
so many are on welfare or unemployment. My husband and I did small things for each other on Valentine’s Day this year but, really, if he’d done nothing, I would still know I was loved. All day long that day kids asked what I “got” for Valentine’s Day. I told them I got roses (and I LOVE them!) because that’s what they wanted to hear. What I really wanted to tell them though, is that I got 30 years of — drawing my bath and tossing in eucalyptus oil because Kim knew my yearly bronchitis was making me feel awful; keeping his favorite Throwback Dew in the house even though I’m trying to quit and it’s temptation; having his shoulder to cry on and his powerful chest to bang my angry fists against when I was informed of my mother’s suicide; taking his dinner to him in the living room because his favorite team just went in to overtime; 2 children, 9 dogs, and so many laughs they’re etched forever in the corners of my eyes; angry words, accusations, and threats soon followed
Community briefs Volunteers preparing tax returns The Glenmont Food Pantry, located in the Community Building (school), will be open the second Tuesday of each month, 5-8 p.m. Volunteers are now doing income tax returns.
Knitters, crocheters needed Volunteers are needed to assist in putting together crocheted and/or knitted afghan blocks for the Holmes County Chapter of the American Red Cross disaster services program. Contact Patricia Lang, executive director, at 330-674-5861 or email@example.com.
Scholarship available for fire-fighting, medical studies Prairie Township Endowment Fund is offering the Daniel O. Schlabach scholarship to residents of the primary coverage area or family members of an active department member that are potential students
by vibrant apologies, tears, and forgiveness; patience and impatience; choosing to love and stay even when walking out the door, bags packed, might have been easier; going to the pound yet again because I wanted to rescue another (even though we all knew he’d fall in love with the dog!); sitting in the freezing cold even though I hate sports because Kim got free tickets and he really wanted me to go; sitting through “Wicked” a second time because he knows how much that play speaks to me … all of these DAILY, seemingly inconsequential things ... that’s what life is about, not chocolates (though I’d never refuse them, of course) or flowers or cards … those things are nice, but it’s those daily reminders of care and devotion that really matter to me. Like Kant, I believe we define “being rich” merely by how many possessions we own. We think we “need” things that we really don’t. And, in the midst of what we think we are lacking, we fail to see what we already have.
Church notes Community Lenten services are planned
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Renner’s St. Paul United Church of Christ will hold a sausage and panThe Shreve area church- cake breakfast on Satures will again be holding day, March 2, beginning Community Lenten Soup at 8 a.m. Frozen fruit and and Bread meals and wor- beverage will be served. Freewill donation will ship on Wednesdays from benefit the youth camp 6-7 p.m. This year’s theme for retreat. The church is located at services will be the “Stepping Stones of Lent” 7620 Renner Road SW and the offering will be (located on Tuscarawas donated to The Pregnan- County Raod 43 near cy Care Center of Wayne Coshocton.) For inforCounty Inc., with the mation contact Judy Pathope of raising $1,000 for terson at 330-897-4061 or Betty Elmore at 330-897the agency. In keeping with Jesus’ 7163. sacrifice, a simple meal of soup, crackers, bread and Donation only beverage (no dessert) will breakfast to be be served at 6 p.m. Dates and locations of services are: Feb. 13 (Ash at Mount Eaton A donation only breakWednesday) at Hopewell Presbyterian; Feb. 20 at fast will be held Saturday, Shreve United Meth- March 2, at Mount Eaton Church, odist; Feb. 27 at Shreve Community Presbyterian; March 6 at 8478 N. Market Street, Shreve Christian (Disci- 7-10:30 a.m. Served will ples of Christ); March 13 be pancakes, whole hog at Hopewell Presbyterian. sausage, biscuits and sausage gravy, fruit cup, juice and coffee. Donations to Pancake and benefit local charities and sausage breakfast families in need.
Senior Citizens to visit Beacon Hill School’s Living Wax Museum
After much preparation, the seventh and eighth graders at Beacon of medical or fire-fighting studies. dents. There will be funds avail- Hill Community School able for owner rehabilitation, will be presenting a LivThis scholarship is renewable. For application send request to: emergency repairs, home repairs ing Wax Museum on Prairie Township Volunteer Fire and rental rehab. Millersburg Monday, Feb. 25 at the Department Endowment Funds, P.O. Village has been designated a Something for Seniors Box 268, Holmesville 44633. Dead- priority target area. Applica- event at The Pier. Tour tions from the village of Millers- through the “exhibits” line is April 1. burg will take precedence over to see and learn about all applications until the grant persons from around the Pomerene Family Care objectives have been met. If no world born between 1775 extends office hours applications are received within and 1900, to hear these Pomerene Family Care is extend- 90 days, the target funds along voices from the past and ing office hours during the cold and with the remaining funds will be to learn more about the flu season. Debra DeHass-Lehr, released county wide. legacy they have left on FNP-BC, will be available an addiFor more information and an the world. tional 10 hours per week to accom- application, contact Mary Hox“Something for Seniors” modate patients. worth at Holmes County Planning is a time for senior citiHours are: Monday, 7 a.m.-5 p.m.; Commission at 330-674-8625. zens to come together Tuesday, 7 a.m.-5 p.m.; Wednesday, and make new friends 7 a.m-6 p.m.; Thursday, 7 a.m.-2 and connect with old p.m.; and Friday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.Call Donations needed for friends. Come to The Pier 330-674-3333 to schedule an anytime between 9-10 Wolf Creek Cemetery appointment. a.m. to enjoy conversaWolf Creek Pleasant Valley Cem- tion and coffee or tea. Pomerene Family Care is located in the Millersburg Medical Cen- etery is now accepting donations Invite friends to come ter, 1261 Wooster Road, Suite 200, to pay for mowing of the cemetery along to see the Living grounds. Any amount appreciated. Wax Museum, which will Millersburg. Call Robert L. Croskey, 330-276- be presented at 10 a.m. 3322. Following the program, CHIP assistance Donations may be sent to Cro- lunch will be served by applications available skey at 12049 U.S. 62, Killbuck Weavers Country Cooking. The next “Something CHIP assistance is now avail- 44637 or Lilian Duncan, P.O. Box for Seniors” program is able for Holmes County resi- 284 Killbuck 44637.
Helen Keller and Annie Sullivan left a legacy for handicapped persons. scheduled for Monday, March 25. If you would like more information, call The Pier at 330-359-2071. The Pier is located at 10470 Winesburg Road, about 1 ½ miles south of Mount Eaton or 4 miles north of Winesburg, and it is handicap accessible. All senior citizens are invited to come to enjoy this event.
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vention program and a home visiting program to educational Conference help families coordinate on Saturday, Feb. 23 at and maximize opportuniArden Shisler Center for ties for children who have Education & Economic delays, medical diagnosis Development, 1680 or have suspected delays. Madison Ave., Wooster. The Mom’s Morning Mom’s Morning The day begins at 8 Out event will provide a.m. with registration Out is March 13 an introduction to the Mom’s Morning Out, program and a time for and refreshments. This is a free educa- which was canceled Feb. representatives from tional event provided by 6 because of inclement Help Me Grow to answer The Ohio Bluebird Soci- weather, will be held questions and share ety for those who pre- March 13 from 9-10 a.m. developmental informaat Charm School. register. tion for parents who may In order to prepare have concerns that their Walk-ins are welcome with $5 admission fee. children for school, the children are not meetBoxed lunches are $10. Holmes County General ing developmental mileMake checks payable Health District and East stones upon entry into to OBS; mail to: Ohio Holmes Local Schools kindergarten. Bluebird Society, PMB have teamed up with The program offers par111, 343 W. Milltown early intervention spe- ents another resource to Road, Wooster, OH cialists from the Holmes assist with developmental 44691-7214. For more County Training Center questions and needs, such information call Marcella to improve the well-being as expert screenings for Hawkins at 330-465-6987 of children through Help children under the age of or email to info@ohio- Me Grow, an early inter- three. bluebirdsociety.org. (Continued From Page 2)
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Register by Friday for Poetry, Prose, Acoustical Jam
Susanna Horn, writing center coordinator and PPAJ organizer, said, “Each year brings a unique combination of poetry, The 21st annual Poetry, prose and music. We look Prose & Acoustical Jam forward to seeing performwill be held at the Univer- ers from the event’s early sity of Akron Wayne Col- history and we welcome lege on Feb. 28 at 7:30 p.m. new participants.” The Jam is free and Poets, short-story writers and acoustical musicians open to the public. Comare encouraged to partici- plimentary coffee and tea pate in the coffeehouse- will be served and other style event that will be refreshments will be held in the Wayne Col- available for purchase. To register or for more lege Marketplace in the information, call 330-0684Student Life Building. Sponsored by Waynes- 8962 by Friday, Feb. 15. sence, the college’s literary and arts publication, ‘The Music Man’ the Poetry, Prose and Acoustical Jam provides to be performed a venue for aspiring at Hiland authors and musicians, “The Music Man,” the along with published writers and community musical based on Meredith Willson’s timeless members.
classic, is coming back to Hiland High School Feb. 22 and 23 and March 1 and 2 at 7 p.m., as well as Feb. 24 and March 3 at 2:30 p.m. in the Hiland High School auditorium. It will be directed by John Harris. Tickets are $7 for adults and $5 for students and seniors and may be purchased by calling Holly or Rita at the high school office during school hours at 330-893-2626.
Fisherman’s Breakfast is Feb. 23 Fisherman’s Breakfast will be held Saturday, Feb. 23 at 7 a.m. at Mrs. Yoder’s Kitchen in Mount Hope. For information call 330-6740922.
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to present ‘Little Shop of Horrors’ Ashland University Department of Theatre’s “Season of Comedy from Stage and Screen” continues with “Little Shop of Horrors.” Evening performances begin at 7:30 p.m. on Feb. 22, 23 and March 1, 2 in Hugo Young Theatre. A Sunday matinee performance is slated for Feb. 24 at 2 p.m. A talkback with the cast and crew will be held after the March 1 performance. Area schools are invited to attend a special school matinee performance on March 1 at 9 a.m. with seats available at $2 each. This comedy horror rock musical is an affectionate spoof of the 1950s, sci-fi movies starring a hapless floral shop worker who becomes an overnight sensation when he discovers an exotic plant with a mysterious craving for fresh blood. Soon “Audrey II”
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Euchre party Public Euchre Card Party will be held Tuesday, Feb. 26, 7 p.m., at St. Luke Community Center, Rambo Street, Danville (turn west at traffic light, go ½ block — directly across street from Danville High School); $1 admission; prizes. and refreshments.
Baltic Area Historical Society The Baltic Area Historical Society Museum will be open 1-5 p.m. on the third Sunday of each month. It is located in the basement of the Baltic State Bank.
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grows into an ill-tempered, foul-mouthed, R&B-singing carnivore who offers him fame and fortune in exchange for feeding its growing appetite. Single tickets for the performances are $10 for adults; $9 for senior citizens, students, University faculty/staff; $8 for groups of 10 or more; and $2 for Ashland University students. To purchase tickets, call the Ashland University Box Office at 419-2895125, Monday through Friday, noon-6 p.m.; or purchase online at www. ashland.edu/tickets (additional fees apply). For more information about the department of theater, visit www.ashland. edu/theatre, find us on Facebook or contact Tricia Applegate, coordinator of performing arts publicity and events, at 419-289-5950 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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was a gum wrapper and a dime stuck to the end of it! I looked down in horror to find a dark circle the diameter of a tuna can bleeding through my pant leg! Within seconds I was standing in the kitchen with my pants undone. The circle on the outside of my trousers was merely a witness to the grim goings-on inside. The uncapped tube of super glue had been oozing for at least a half an hour. I would have loved to have whipped my pants off immediately to fully assess the damage; however my pants were presently attached to my leg by a pocket that had become hopelessly bonded to my thigh. It occurred to me fairly quickly that something would need
to be sacrificed, if I were ever to free myself. I cut the pocket free from the pants and they fell to the ground. I was now sporting a pair of boxers with a pocket glued to the thigh. More interesting still, the pocket contained things — many things — not the least of which was an empty tube of super glue. I carefully tore away at the cotton to reveal an interesting amalgam of coins, wrappers, paper-clips and pocket lint that had been bonded together like the barnacle-bound booty of a pirate’s treasure chest lost under the sea for centuries. I tore this assemblage free. Now I was down to merely a pair of what seemed to be permanently installed boxer shorts. I hurriedly waddled to the computer to Google up the antidote for super glue. There were many suggestions and more than a few ended with clear instructions to proceed to the nearest emergency room, but I felt strongly that those
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Holmes County Christian Women to meet
The Homes County Christian Women’s Club will hold the regular first Tuesday meeting, March 5 at Der Dutchman in Walnut Creek from 9:30-11:30 a.m. The program will feature Burnetta Armour, pastor for Millersburg
and Clark Presbyterian churches. She will present a program, “Mommies & Ministry.” Currently the collections are being accumulated for the Lifting Hearts at Pomerene Hospital. Reservations are due by March 1 to Mary
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A brief recap: Man meticulously details car in preparation for sale. Man opens tube of super glue in preparation to make teeny, tiny repair to plastic trim of car. Boy walks into driveway with dog. Dog lies down in mud puddle. Man hollers at dog. Dog flees man by leaping into meticulously detailed car. Man screams. Dog and man briefly vanish into a cartoonlike maelstrom of flailing limbs and flying fur. Dog returns to driveway puddle. Man mops up mess. Super glue tube is forgotten ... in pocket of man! After parking the once-again glowing and gleaming Suburban in the garage for the night, I moved to slip my keychain into my front-left pant pocket. It wouldn’t fit. Mysteriously, the hand-sized opening of said pocket had been reduced to a slot no larger than my thumb! Stranger still, when I pulled my thumb out of the pocket there
10 — Thursday, February 21, 2013
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Barbwire Remembering Hopalong Cassidy and our first Holstein the weather, livestock, and the women usually gossiping. The first stop would be the grocery store to get needed supplies, sugar, flour, yeast, matches, salt — the basic needs, and if I was lucky, a poke of candy. Then it was off to the local movie theater for the late movie. There was always an early showing of the movie, then a news reel and a showing of the titles of next week’s movies, and then the same movie would run again. On Saturday nights the movies were usually Westerns, with stars such as Roy Rogers, Gene Autry, Tim Holt, Randolph Scott, Rex Allen, Hopalong Cassidy, and one of my favorites, Lash Larue. He dressed in black, wore a white hat, rode a beautiful big black horse and corralled the bad guys with a huge blacksnake whip. I always wished I could learn how to crack one of those whips! Of course, Hoppy was a favorite,
hence the hat, and I toted one of his gun sets for awhile! Our first Holstein was a bull calf. Dad bought him from a dairyman, who had a well known herd of good Holsteins. We brought him home in the trunk of our Chrysler coupe with Dad holding him, Mom driving, and me being thrilled to be bringing home a fullblooded Holstein. There were no registration papers. At that time we didn’t even know what a registration paper was. We didn’t know a lot about Holsteins. We just knew that Guernsey and Jersey breeders were constantly saying, “If you drop a quarter in the bottom of a full pail of Holstein milk, you can still read In God We Trust on it! Our herd was such a mixture of Guernseys, Milking Shorthorns, Brown Swiss, and even a couple of half Hereford crosses, we could hardly wait until we had some cows with that Holstein
Barb Lumley was a farm girl with Western flair as attested by her Hopalong Cassidy hat. blood milking in our barn. Eventually Dad heard about “artificial insemination” and signed up to have our cows bred by the COBA technician. At that time the technician would start out the day
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with semen from two or three bulls and if he came late in the day to breed a cow, he might only have semen left from one of them. So you didn’t always have a choice. We bought our first Holstein cow at a farm auction. She was sold as being registered, however we never received the paper. She was a very nice cow with a beautiful udder and she gave us some really good grade heifers. Changes were on the way, and after purchasing my first Registered Holstein in 1953, we would eventually reach our goal of owning
By BARB LUMLEY Columnist Ok, you can stop chuckling now. Yes, that is me in the picture, wearing my Hopalong Cassidy hat and holding those Guernsey calves. For any of you “younger” people who never heard of Hopalong Cassidy, he was a popular hero in Western movies. He wore a black outfit, a black hat, and rode a white horse named “Topper.” He was a fictional cowboy created in 1904 and was portrayed in the movies by William Boyd. He only drank sarsaparilla, never anything alcoholic! On Saturday nights the milking was done early and then Dad, Mom, and I would be on our way to Carrollton. Everybody went to town on Saturday night! The streets would be filled with cars and if you weren’t early you had a hard time finding a place to park. People would be lined up on the sidewalks talking, the men about crops,
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23 LOADS HAY & STRAW — 1st cutting grass 4-4.25 bale; 1st cutting mixed 4.75-5.5 bale and 60-80 rd. bale; 2nd cutting mixed 4-8 bale; 3rd cutting grass 7.75 bale; 4th cutting mixed 9 bale and 80 rd. bale; wheat straw 4.50 bale; shelled corn 15 bag; firewood 70 load. 26 GOATS — Does 55-200; doe w/kid 180; bucks 25-160, wether 122.50. 6 SHEEP — Ewes 25-50; rams 17.50-45. Bull calves 55-190; heifer calf 195; pigs 65; horses 25-350; rabbits .35-13.50; poultry 1.7015; ducks 4-10.50; guineas 7; hamsters .25. Next Auction, March 2 SUGARCREEK LIVESTOCK
AUCTION INC. Feb. 11 93 CALVES — Choice calves 130-167.50, good calves 100125, light & thins 60-down; back to farm bulls 100-167.50, heifers 75-135; FEEDERS, steers & bulls 85-165, heifers 75-135. 176 CATTLE — Choice steers 115-125, good steers 105114.50, Holstein steers 80-110, choice heifers 110-120, good heifers 105-109.50, good Holstein cows 70-84, yellows and thins 68-down, bulls 80-89.50. 138 HORSES & PONIES — Top horse 625, top pony 175. MOUNT HOPE AUCTION Feb. 13 36 HOGS — 220-250 lbs. 64.50-70, 250-270 lbs. 64.7568, sows heavy 48.50, boars 11-13.50. 29 PIGS — 60 lbs.-up 45-67.50. 44 CATTLE — Choice steers 114-118, good steers
100-110, heifers 95-116, choice Holstein steers 102-111, good Holstein steers 84.50-102. 10 BULLS — 1,000-1,500 lbs. 87.50-101, 1,500-2,000 lbs. 84, 2,000 lbs.-up 87.25. 109 CULL COWS — Good 72-84, medium-good 65-72, fair-medium 60-65, light-thin 60-down; 65 feeders: steers & heifers 60-145. 37 DAIRY — Open heifers 675-down. 123 CALVES — 95-120 lbs. 150-220, good 100-150, common 60-100, back to farm Holstein heifers 95-120 95-120, crossbred 60-170. 92 GOATS — Kid 155-down, billies 240-down, nannies 225down, wethers 340-down. 467 HEAD SHEEP — Bucks & ewes 47.50-80, lambs 40-60 lbs. 145-270, 60-80 lbs. 157.50-260, 80-100 lbs. 112.50157.50, 100-130 lbs. 112.50-130, 130-up 115-125. TOTAL HEAD — 1,012. 138 LOADS — Alfalfa 2nd
cutting 290-375, 3rd and 4th cutting 240-420, mixed 1st cutting 125-365, mixed 2nd cutting 300-400, lg. bales hay 27.50-115, lg bales hay 170-320 ton, wheat straw 130-235, lg. bales straw 140-170 ton, ear corn 210-260; oats 17, corn fodder 45 bale, balage 100 bale and 240 ton, firewood 55-90; 1,095 doz. eggs — white 1.10; brown .90-1.50.
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FARMERSTOWN LIVESTOCK 2907 Township Road 190 Baltic; 330-897-6081 330-897-2275; 330-231-6809 Feb. 12 53 CALVES — Good to choice calves 110-135, medium to good calves 95-110, fair to medium calves 80-95, commons and lights 80-down, cross bred calves 122, back to farm, bull calves 135-165, heifer calves 125-150. 10 PIGS — Roasters 22-65. 101 BUTCHER HOGS — 210-240 lbs. 64-72, 240-260 lbs.
64.50-76.50, 260 lbs.-up 62-71.50, butcher sows 60-down. 40 CATTLE — Steers, Holstein 89-102.50, bulls 79-86.50; good beef cows 74-77.50, medium to good cows 69-74, fair to medium cows 61-69, common cows 60-down; FEEDER CATTLE — Holstein steer & bulls 92-down. 204 TOTAL HEAD. 62 LOADS HAY, STRAW, GRAIN — 1st cutting hay 250325, 2nd and 3rd cutting 350420, rd. hay 200-285 ton, big rd. bales 20-115, wheat straw per ton 160-180, lg. sq. hay 260-3.00 ton, lg. sq. oats 175 ton, ear corn 200 ton, oats per cwt. 18. con fodder 40, baylage 75-90; eggs .75-13 per dozen. KIDRON AUCTION Feb. 14 81 HOGS — 190-210 lbs. 52.50-63.75, 210-230 lbs. 62.75, 230-260 lbs. 83.50-67.75, butcher sows 35.50-50, boars by weight 12.50-13.50.
134 FEEDER PIGS — Up to 40 lbs. 32, 41-50 lbs. 45-53, 51-60 lbs. 53-66, 61 lbs.-up 47-56, service boars 50-120, roasters 50-140. 66 CALVES — Back to farm, bulls 120-200, back to farm, heifers 65-120, light & thin 85-down. 127 CATTLE — Steers 98.50, heifers 72-93, bulls 87-101, good beef cows 79-85.50, medium to good 70-78.50, thin to poor 69.50-down; feeder steers 50-120, heifers 69-80. 6 GOATS — 10-170. 235 DAIRY CATTLE — Cows 1,200-down, bred heifers 1,450-down, service bulls 5851,200, open heifers 400-960. TOTAL HEAD 694; Consignors 205. 92 HAY & STRAW — Hay 1st cutting 210-350, 2nd cutting 260-430, 3rd cutting 300360, lg. bales 55-135 each and 170-360 ton, straw 130-190 ton; ear corn 220-245; corn fodder 30-40; firewood 40-140 load.
and Will Iager, Cable. The following have been nominated for Junior All-American Red and White Awards: Fall Heifer Calf — Miss Hot Date-Red-Et owned by Bailee, Calla, Mason, and Matthew Mazzaro, Williamsfield. Spring Yearling Heifer — Co-
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Classy Critters 4-H Club members made posters with information about joining 4-H during their first meeting of the year, held Feb. 12 at the Millersburg Church of Christ. The posters will be displayed at area elementary schools. Pledges were led by Thane Kaufman and Megan Miller. Family Guide Books and enrollment forms were passed out, as were order forms for the Coblentz Chocolates fundraiser.
want to spend $4,000 on street sweeping,” said Troyer. “We might look into doing the main drags in the spring, because that is really where the accumulation is. At your discretion, we can look into doing the downtown before main events.” The events would include the Holmes County Antique Festival and the Annual Thunder Over Holmes County Independence Day Festival. Council had decided to consider contracting out street sweeping services due to a faulty village street sweeping vehicle. Reporter Kelley Mohr can be reached at 330674-5676 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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street sweeping in the village,” said Troyer. With a cost of $4,850 to sweep the entire village for the first spring cleanup and $4,200 per visit after the initial cleaning, the price is cost prohibitive, said Troyer. To clean only the downtown — from Mad Anthony Street to Crawford Street, Clinton Street to Adams Street — would run the village $765 per visit. To clean from Wooster Road to Clay Street and from South Washington Street from the Glass Doctor to the Ohio Department of Transportation Garage — a stretch Troyer calls the “main drag,” — would cost $845 per visit by Buckeye Sweeping. “I really don’t think we
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Energy Star certified LED lights consume 75 percent less energy than conventional incandescent lights. The village is finishing up the installation of the remaining bulbs. The LED countdown signals have been installed in one out of three downtown intersections. “The pieces break when it’s cold, so it’s better to do it on warmer days to avoid going through hardware,” said Troyer, noting the installations will take two days at the most. Millersburg Electric is waiting for fair weather to finish its portion of the project. The project will not only save the village energy, but will provide a long term cost savings. Before the project was implemented, lighting the building interior used 7,914 watts, reported Troyer. With the replacement bulbs, the village was able to remove 5,728 watts. The funds to make the switch came from the County’s Permissive Use Fund, not the village general fund. Clerk-treasurer Karen Shaffer commended Troyer for filling out the lengthy paperwork. Council also decided against contracting out all of its street sweeping. “We have received pricing from Buckeye Sweeping to contract out the
By KELLEY MOHR Staff Writer Millersburg soon will receive rebates through American Electric Power for making the switch to more efficient LED bulbs in village offices, street lights and cross walk signals. The village is finishing the final touches on the project, which involves switching light fixtures from fluorescent and incandescent bulbs to LED bulbs. The switch extends to the village’s interior office fixtures and emergency exit signs, countdownstyle pedestrian signals, traffic-control bulbs and Victorian fixture bulbs. Last week, Village Administrator Nate Troyer finished the program incentive applications with AEP calling the process a “bear.” “Assuming everything is approved, we should be getting in the neighborhood of $1,600 back,” he said. “A lot of the lights didn’t qualify under their standards, but the majority of them did.” The bulbs that do not qualify simply may not be Energy Star listed … yet. However, the village can apply to have the bulbs recognized if the bulbs meet certain testing requirements, said Troyer, so there is more paperwork ahead. “They may be approved, they may not,” he said. According to AEP,
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entering was reported at a business on West Front Street in Killbuck. A report was taken
of a bad check that was passed at a business on County Road 77 in Salt Creek Township. A report was taken of a bad check that was passed at a business on Oak Street in Berlin. Feb. 15 — Theft was reported on North Ray Street in Baltic. A report was taken of a bad check passed on state Route 39 in Walnut Creek Township. Assault was reported on Township Road 11
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Millersburg Police Feb. 7 — Millersburg Police Department responded to a report of theft at a residence on South Crawford Street. Feb. 8 — Identity theft was reported at a residence on South Washington Street. Feb. 11 — Theft from a residence was reported on South Washington Street.
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The law firm of Critchfield, Critchfield & Johnston, Ltd., located in Wooster, Millersburg, Mount Vernon and Medina, has announced two law scholarships for the 2013-14 school year. The Critchfield Law Resident Scholarship is offered for a current or former resident of Ashland, Holmes, Knox, Medina or Wayne counties who has completed at least one semester of law school. The Critchfield Law Diversity Scholarship is offered to a minority student who has completed at least
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Business Home Builders honor best of year Zollinger Builders was named Builder of the year and Mark Dorffer of Gerber Lumber was named Associate of the Year when the Home Builders Association of Wayne & Holmes Counties held its annual Inaugural Dinner at the Grande Ranch in Wooster on Jan. 10. Dorffer also was voted Chairman of the Year, an award is voted on by the board. The Presidential Honor Award went to Louise Keating of Wayne County Title for her dedication to the association. The award is decided by the 2012 President Carl Finley. Officers installed as 2013 officers were: President, Dorffer; vice president, Linda Amos; secretary/treasurer, Mark Zollinger; and immediate past president, Finley. Trustees for 2013 are James Coletti, Alan Ratliff, Dave Schla-
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Business released the annual Nursing Home Satisfaction Survey results. The families of Walnut Hills’ residents were very satisfied with the care their loved ones received, giving Walnut Hills an overall satisfaction score of 93 .47 percent. “We are very pleased that our families are happy with the care their loved ones are receiving here at Walnut Hills,” said Jeremy Kauffman, executive director. “To be ranked as one of the top nursing homes in the state is a great accomplishment that can be attributed to the compassionate, dedicated staff we have. “We appreciate each family member who took time to complete the survey. The feedback we receive is instrumental in helping Walnut Hills provide even better care,” Kauffman added.
Mapes becomes Yoder Lumber president CHARM — Robert Mapes was named president of Yoder Lumber in early January.
He came to the company with an extensive background in public accounting, which began in 1974 after earning bachelor of science degrees in accounting and finance f r o m Ashland College (University) in Ashl a n d . After a few y e a r s with a “ B i g Eight” Mapes accounting firm and briefly with a smaller regional firm, he partnered with two other people to start a practice in Wooster, which they ran for 20 years. In 2001, the firm merged with Rea & Associates where Mapes eventually served as director of tax practice, coordinating efforts to streamline tax processes across the firm’s 11 offices. A lifetime resident of the Loudonville area, Mapes has dedicated countless hours of service
to the community. He is past chairman of the Wooster Area Chamber of Commerce, 18-year member of the Nick Amster Sheltered Workshop board and past president of the Wayne County Airport Authority. His hobby as a pilot has provided many hours of enjoyment as he takes to the air over Holmes, Wayne and Tuscarawas counties. Yoder Lumber Co. is a family-owned, third generation business that has been serving the Holmes County area since 1944. John J. Yoder started the business with a portable sawmill, but soon established a stationary mill and pallet shop located just outside Charm. Since, the business has expanded under the direction of John’s sons, Eli, Roy and Mel. Yoder Lumber employs nearly 160 people between three locations in Holmes County. Mel Yoder will continue to serve as CEO of Yoder Lumber with a more dedicated focus in sales. For more information visit www.yoderlumber. com.
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Millersburg Electric earns marketing award Millersburg Electric earned an Excellence in Marketing Award at Generac’s sixth annual dealer conference, held Jan. 7-9 at Disney’s Coronado Springs Hotel in Orlando, Fla. The award is given to the Generac dealer that most consistently leverages opportunities to increase market awareness. This was one of three such regional awards presented from a dealer base of more than 4,800 nationwide. “This award means a great deal to Millersburg Electric. To have our efforts in sales and marketing recognized by Generac on a national level is extremely humbling and an indicator that our staff works very hard promoting the GenSee Pg. 18 — BUSINESS
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Income Tax & Financial Services Deductions that could dramatically cut your tax bill (BPT) — For all the talk about taxes during the “fiscal cliff” debate at the end of 2012, many people are still left wondering what it means to them as the April 15 filing date approaches. “‘Is it a big deal? Or is it business as usual?’ are questions I’m hearing,” says Scott Halliwell, a certified financial planner with USAA. “While many issues were resolved, a lot of taxpayers still aren’t sure how their tax returns and deductions are affected.” If you’re one of those people, brush up on these 10 deductions before tackling your tax return. They are worth reviewing, as they could lower your tax bill. 1. Traditional IRA contributions. You have until April 15 to contribute up
to $5,000 to a traditional IRA for 2012 and, if you qualify, deduct it on your tax return. Here are some guidelines: If you were 50 or older on the last day of 2012, you can contribute up to $6,000. If you (and your spouse if you’re married) weren’t covered by an employer’s retirement plan in 2012, you can generally deduct your contribution in full. If you were covered by an employer plan, you can only take a full deduction if your modified adjusted gross income was $58,000 or less ($92,000 or less for married couples filing jointly). Your deduction is reduced if your modified adjusted gross income is higher. If your spouse was covered by a retirement plan at work
but you weren’t, you’re eligible to take a full or partial deduction if your combined adjusted gross income was below $183,000. See IRS Publication 590 for more details. 2. Self-employed retirement plans. If you work for yourself, you can open a Simplified Employee Pension IRA by April 15 and deduct your contribution on your 2012 return. SEP IRAs may be an easy way to create your own retirement plan, and they can allow much higher contributions than traditional IRAs. Contributing to a SEP IRA does not exclude you from making an IRA contribution, but it may affect whether you can take a deduction for it. (A SEP IRA is considered an employer-sponsored plan).
3. Mortgage interest. You’re allowed to deduct interest paid on your primary mortgage, as well as home equity loans, home improvement loans and lines of credit. In general, you may deduct interest on up to $1 million of primary mortgage debt and up to $100,000 of home equity balances. 4. State and local taxes. The federal government generally allows taxpayers to deduct property and income taxes paid to state and local governments. 5. Sales tax. If you didn’t pay much state income tax — or live in a state that doesn’t tax income at all — you may be able to choose to deduct sales tax instead. And you typically don’t need receipts — simply calculate an assumed amount using an
IRS table or online calculator. 6. Charitable gifts. Make sure you have the right documentation. Cash contributions, regardless of the amount, require a canceled check or dated receipt. Any contribution of $250 or more requires bank or payroll deduction records or a written acknowledgement from the charity. Noncash contributions valued at more than $5,000 generally require an appraisal. 7. Education costs. Up to $2,500 in interest on loans for qualified higher education expenses may be deductible if your adjusted gross income is less than $75,000 ($150,000 if you’re married and filing a joint return). A portion of your tuition and fees
may be deductible if your adjusted gross income is $80,000 or less ($160,000 on a joint return). 8. Medical and dental costs. You may be able to deduct these expenses if they exceed 7.5 percent of your adjusted gross income. 9. Health insurance. In general, self-employed taxpayers may be able to deduct all of their health insurance premiums. 10. Health savings accounts. If your family was covered by a highdeductible health insurance plan in 2012, you may be able to contribute up to $6,250 to a health savings account ($3,100 if it only covered yourself). Contributions are deductible, and similar to IRAs, you have until April 15 to contribute for the 2012 tax year.
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Happiness-producing clock brightens SAD day body, and, although not technically documented, also by being trapped in your house with your children asking you to play Candyland and feed them snacks for hours on end until they request to watch TV and then use every single sheet and blanket you have to build a fort which covers two-thirds of your living space and you have to just about crawl through a window to get to your bathroom and
they never, ever clean it up no matter how kindly you ask. But I digress. I was talking about being cranky in the winter, right? My husband is convinced that my body gets angry when it doesn’t see the sun, so he brought me home a new alarm clock. It’s one of those fancy kinds that uses light to wake you up gradually that is supposed to prepare your body to wake up and face the day with a smile. For thirty minutes, it simulates a sunrise so that by the end of it, you’ve got a grin-inducing nonUV light in your face. If that doesn’t work, you
can set it to the radio or even a chorus of birds chirping in the early morning fake light that glows in your bedroom. It’s actually pretty cool, and I am grateful for my fancy present. The problem is that having this new alarm clock means getting rid of my old one, which I have had since I’ve been 13 years old. (That’s over 20 years, people. They just don’t make appliances like they used to.) This old clock has been with me forever. Its buttons have been memorized by my fingers in such a way that I can set it in the dark with my eyes closed. That clock and I have woken up at every hour of the day. It
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Holmes County Humane Society The Holmes County Humane Society meets the second Thursday of the month, 7 p.m., at the Life Center in Millersburg. New and prospective members are welcome. Call 330-377-4026.
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Holmes County Sports Hall of Fame seeks nominations for Class of 2013 Trustees for the Holmes County Sports Hall of Fame are accepting nominations for the class of 2013. Nomination forms, which contain required criteria, are available at the athletic director’s
office at Hiland and West Holmes High Schools. Deadline for nomination will be May 1. The induction ceremonies will be held Saturday, Oct. 12, at the Carlisle Inn in Walnut Creek.
John P. Allison Sr., 83, of Killbuck, passed away Wednesday, Feb. 13, 2013, at Aultman Hospital, Canton. J o h n was born Dec. 6, 1929, in Holmes C o u n t y, the son of Carl M. and Opal (Snyder) Allison, and married Shirley L. Gerber on May 8, 1954. She preceded him in death on Oct. 25, 2008. He was a 1950 graduate of Killbuck High School, and had worked for Buckeye Pipeline, retiring in 1974. In 1972, John and his wife became co-owners of Killbuck Elevator Inc. He worked for Marv Kieffaber, transporting mail and later worked at Holmes County Recycling Center. John was a member of Killbuck United Methodist Church, and enjoyed fishing, camping and watching John Wayne movies. Surviving are children, John Jr. (Margie) Allison, Rick (Tami) Allison and Lori (Brian) Carpenter,
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all of Killbuck, and Jolene Allison of Brinkhaven; grandchildren, Jenny (Heath) Wolfe, Rocky Hammons, Ben, Bethany, Jodi and Abbie Allison, Jamie (Don) Sours, Bobb (Cheyenne), Robyn and Rochelle Graves, Robert Ross, Brad Carpenter and Shay (Aaron) Barthels; 15 great-grandchildren; a sister-in-law, Helen Allison of Canton; and inlaws, Bill (Carol) Gerber of Dover, Terry (Debbie) Gerber, Marlene Gerber and Jean Gerber, all of Sugarcreek. He was preceded in death by his parents; an infant sister, Juanita; a brother, Carl Allison Jr.; and brothers-in-law, Dean and Keith Gerber. Private graveside services were planned for a later date. Burial was in Killbuck Cemetery. Alexander Funeral Home, Millersburg, assisted the family. The family suggests memorial contributions be made to Killbuck United Methodist Church Memorial Fund.
Susie Hershberger, 89, 5317 Kidron Road, Apple Creek, died Wednesday, Feb. 13, 2013, at Affinity Medical Center in Massillon, after a brief illness. She was born in Holmes County on Oct. 16, 1923, to the late Dan J. and Ella B. (Miller) Miller and married Eli D. Yoder on Dec. 13, 1945. He died June 5, 1956. She then married Eli D. Mast on Jan. 14, 1973. He died Sept. 12, 1994. On May 30, 1999, she married Sam E. Hershberger. He died Oct. 22, 2007. She was a member of the Old Order Amish Church. Surviving are children, Dan (Saloma) Yoder of Fredonia, Pa., Mary (Jerry) Huebner of Nashport, Emery (Esta) Yoder of Millersburg, and Roy (Clara) Yoder of the home; stepchildren, Demas (Ella) Mast of Apple Creek, Ella Mast of Wooster, Nettie Wengerd of Apple Creek, Amanda Weaver, Eli (Sara) Hersh-
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Bonnie Faye Mohler, 84, of Killbuck and formerly of Canton, passed away Friday morning, Feb. 15, 2013, at the Laurels of Canton following a short illness. She was born Oct. 16, 1928, in Akron, and was the daughter of Paul and Bernice (Jones) Neal. July 20, 1946, she married Maurice “Mo” Mohler and he preceded her in death on June 21, 2006. Bonnie was a homemaker and was a wonderful Christian woman who loved the Lord. She was a member of the Killbuck Church of Christ, where she cleaned and helped with funeral dinners. She also was a member of the Killbuck Garden Club and volunteered at Pomerene Hospital. Bonnie will be greatly missed by her family and all who knew her. Surviving are two children, her son, Robert (Ann) Mohler and her daughter, Nancy McGrady and son-in-law, Chuck McGrady, all of Canton; four grandchildren, Michael (Angel) McGrady of Colorado, Brent (Natalie) McGrady of Delaware, Ohio, Connie (Mark) Mayle of Canton, and Robert Mohler Jr. of Flordia; and nine greatgrandchildren, Kayla, Stefanie, Mark, Mathew, Michael, Megan, Madeline, Braeden, and her spe-
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Obituaries Mary Austin, 92
Henry B. Loess, 88, of Wooster, passed away Tuesday, Jan. 22, 2013, at his home. He served eight years on the board of directors of Habitat for Humanity in Wayne County, eight years on the board of directors of Hospice & Palliative Care of Greater Wayne County, 12 years on the Wayne County Board of Developmental Disabilities and eight years as session member of Westminster Presbyterian Church in Wooster. Surviving are children, Kurt Loess of Johnson City, Tenn., Karen (Wayne) Yoder of Walnut Creek, Andrew (Lita) Loess of Massillon and Alan of Wooster; grandchildren, Priyadarshani
Loess of Missoula, Mont., and Akash Loess of Johnson City, Tenn.; and sisters, Lenore (Loess) Nagele of Urbana, Ill., and Lynn (Ken) Loess Smith of Eureka Springs, Ark. Henry was preceded in death by his parents, Henry W. and Alice (Mansfield) Loess of Eureka Springs, Ark. There were no calling hours or memorial service. McIntire, Bradham & Sleek Funeral Home, 216 E. Larwill St., Wooster, assisted the family. Contributions may be made to Hospice & Palliative Care of Greater Wayne County, 2525 Back Orrville Road, Wooster 44691.
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Mary Ewing Austin, 92, of Funk, died Tuesday, Jan. 22, 2013, at West View Manor in Wooster. She was born Oct. 9, 1920, in Holmes C o u n ty, the daughter of Thomas and Virgie Wa c h t e l Ewing, and married Gail Austin. He preceded her in death. She had worked the first automatic brush machine at The Wooster Brush Company, where she retired in 1985, and had made her home in Funk for more than 63 years. She hosted Gram’s Crafts at the Funk Country Mall from 1988-95, and was a member of Ripley Christian Church. Surviving are a son,
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Kay (Phyllis) Austin of Wooster, and a daughter, Jane (Dick) Bone of Ashland; grandchildren, Mary Jo (George) Starr of Wooster and Mike (Sheila) Austin of Jeromesville; great-grandchildren, Aubrey (Frank) Moro of Florida, Ian Starr and his friend, Jacki Miller of Florida and Morgan and Tyler Austin of Jeromesville. In addition to her husband, she was preceded in death by her parents; and a sister, Mae Kauffman. Services were Saturday, Jan. 26 at Fickes Funeral Home in Jeromesville, with pastor Layton Broome officiating. Burial was in Fairview Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to Jeromesville Fire Department, P.O. Box 102, Jeromesville 44840.
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Edna B. Yoder, 82, 5642 County Road 59, Millersburg, died Saturday, Jan. 26, 2013, at her home. She was born March 3, 1930, in Holmes County to the late Ben and Mattie (Miller) Kauffman. She was a homemaker and a member of the Old Order Amish Church. She is survived by her husband, Andrew J.D. Yoder, whom she married Oct. 19, 1950; 10 sons and three daughters, Ben (Fannie) Yoder, Ashland, Nelson (Lizzieann) Yoder, of the home, Bertha (Harley) Hochstetler, Kenton, Jonas (Sarah) Yoder and Mary (Aden) Raber, both of Fredericktown, Levi (Mattie) Yoder, Lakeview, Mich., John (Sarahann) Yoder, Gallipolis, Mattie (Henry) Raber, Walhonding, Andy (Elsie) Yoder, Blanchard, Mich.,
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Noah (Edna) Yoder, Whitesville, N.Y., and Ammon (Clara) Yoder, Amos (Mary) Yoder and Dan (Leanna) Yoder, all of Fultonville, N.Y.; 123 grandchildren; 158 greatgrandchildren; a brother, Joe Kauffman, Florida: a sister, Mattie (Nelson) Troyer, Fredericksburg; and a sister-in-law, Emma Kauffman. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by five brothers, three sisters and a grandson. Services were held on Tuesday, Jan. 29, 2013, at the Yoder residence with Bishop Emanuel Yoder officiating. Burial was in Miller Cemetery in Mechanic Township, Holmes County. Arrangements were handled by Smith-Varns Funeral Home at Sugarcreek.
Theodore Schilling, 70
Henry Loess, 88
ing the Vietnam War. He began working as a welder at Raven’s and Edward’s in Strasburg and in 1977, started his own company, Ted’s Trailer Repair Inc. in Baltic. He worked until his retirement in 2006. He was a life-member of Baltic American Legion and enjoyed fishing and hunting for mushrooms. Surviving are his wife, the former Linda Broughton, whom he married in March of 2009. In addition to his wife and her family, he is survived by children, Mindy (Mike) Young of Millersburg, Brent Schilling of Atlanta, Ga., and Chad Schilling (Jolene Prentice) of Fresno; grandchildren, Jeff and Beth Young; sisters and brothers, Elaine (Roger) Shelt of Strasburg, Norman (Renee) Schilling of Baltic, Roy (Barb) Schilling of Ragersville, and Rita (Larry) Haney of Uhrichsville; and his ex-wife, Janice Schilling of Baltic. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by a brother, Bruce Schilling. The family held a Celebration of Life reception on Saturday, Feb. 9 at Baltic American Legion Hall. Arrangements were handled by Smith-Varns Funeral Home in Sugarcreek.
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Marlene Raber, 33 Yoder and special friend, Mark Miller, all of Fredericksburg; six nieces and four nephews; grandmothers, Mattie Yoder of Mount Hope and Elmina Shetler of Sugarcreek; and her father- and mother-in-law, Andrew and Elsie Raber of Fredericksburg. She was preceded in death by her grandfathers, Andy E. Yoder and Delbert Shetler; and a niece, Erica Joy Miller. Services were Tuesday, Jan. 22 at the Abe Yoder residence, 4770 Township Road 616, Fredericksburg, with Bishop Albert A. Miller officiating. Burial was in the Yoder Cemetery, Salt Creek Township, Holmes County. Murray Funeral Home in Fredericksburg assisted the family.
Barbara Waitkunas, 74
dren, Patty Sue Moore of Columbus, Kenneth Allen Watson of Alabama, Walter Watson Jr. of Arizona; five grandchildren; seven great grandchildren; three great great-grandchildren; brothers, Roy (Donna) Phipps of North Lawrence, John (Virginia) Phipps of Marshallville, James (Christine) Phipps of Nashville; sister, Helen Isaac of Lima and dear friends Vicky Hershberger and Liz Wilson. Funeral service was Wednesday, Jan. 23, 2013 at Zak-Thacker and Monbarren Funeral Home, 29 E. Main St., Dalton, 44618 with the Rev. Dave Greegor officiating. Burial was at Dalton Cemetery. Memorials may be made to Hospice of Greater Wayne County, 2525 Back Orville Rd., Wooster, OH 44691.
Sara Bell , 83 Sara E. Bell, 83, Killbuck, passed away Sunday afternoon, Jan. 27, 2013, at Affinity Medical Center, Massillon, after a brief illness. She was born Jan. 8, 1930, in Coshocton County, the daughter of Ray and Ruth Chaney, and married Bob D. Bell on April 9, 1950. He survives. She was a homemaker, and enjoyed animals and collecting penguins. She was a member of Killbuck United Methodist Church. Surviving in addition to
her husband are a daughter, Vicky J. Oldaker of Wooster; a grandson, Tyler Weaver of Wooster; sisters Doris Mullet and Jean Lawhead, both of Millersburg; and numerous nieces, nephews, great-nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by a son-in-law, Dennis Oldaker. Memorial services were to be held at a later date. Private family burial was in Killbuck Cemetery. Arrangements were handled by Alexander Funeral Home, Millersburg.
was the weights and measurer inspector for Holmes County for 12 years. He had a full and joyful life serving His Lord and the many people that he met. Surviving are his wife, the former Annetta J. Hamsher, whom he married Aug. 17, 1952; a daughter, Nancy J. Weaver of Berlin, and a son, Jay Russell Weaver of Berlin; sisters, Mabel Miller of Walnut Hills and Joan Showalter of Wilmot; and a brother, Vernon (Bertha) Weaver of Benton. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by brothers, Ralph and Joe; and sisters, Grace Gerber, Anna Simpson, and Lela Wengerd. Services were Friday, Jan. 25 at Martins Creek Mennonite Church, Millersburg, with pastors Jay Conn and Nelson Miller officiating. Burial was in the church cemetery. Arrangements were handled by Smith-Varns Funeral Home, Sugarcreek. Memorials may be made to Gideon’s International P.O. Box 241, Berlin 44610; or Martins Creek Mennonite Church, 6111 County Road 203, Millersburg 44654.
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John R. Weaver, 82, of Berlin, died Tuesday, Jan. 22, 2013, at Aultman Hospital in Canton. He was born Oct. 11, 1930, in Berlin To w n s h i p to the late Eli J. and M a r y A n n (Hershberger) Weaver, and was a graduate of Berlin High School. He was a member of Martins Creek Mennonite Church and was involved with Flat Ridge Mennonite Church in Guernsey County for 25 years. He joined The Gideon’s International in 1978, sang in the Holmes County Men’s Chorus for 27 years and was a member of the Berlin Township Volunteer Fire Department for 30 years. He was a farmer for five years and a weight master for Holmes Limestone Company for 4 1/2 years. He operated a feed distribution center and was an owner of Quality Feed Store Inc. for 17 years. He was a realtor with Real Estate Showcase and Dutchland Realty for 30 plus years and
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Barbara Anne Waitkunas, 74, of Wooster, died Wednesday morning, Jan. 23, 2013, at Shady Lawn Nursing Home in Dalton, after a brief illness. S h e was born Nov. 5, 1938, in Wildwood, N.J., the daughter of the late William L a w rence and Evelyn (Taylor) Patton, and married Robert Waitkunas on June 13, 1987. He survives. She had worked as a nurses aide for many years and for Hospice, retiring from Sealy Mattress in Medina. She was a member of Gateway Fellowship in Millersburg and enjoyed playing the piano, gardening and riding on the back of Bob’s motorcycle. She will be loved and
Buenos M. Watson, 95, passed away on Jan. 17, 2013. Born on August 24, 1917 in Clintwood, Va. to John B. II and Alta D. (Fleming) Phipps, she was a resident of Dalton since 1955. She retired f r o m Shady Lawn Health Care Center and was a member of the Dalton Baptist Church. Her passion was crocheting. Preceded in death by her parents; husband, Walter; son, Jerry Watson; sisters, Ruby Ratliff, Mary Ruth Phipps; brother, Boyd Ray Phipps; daughter inlaw, Cindy Watson, she is survived by her chil-
Marlene A. Raber, 33, 4808 Township Road 616, Fredericksburg, passed away Friday, Jan. 18, 2013, at Aultman Hospital in Canton, after an unexpected illness. She was born Jan. 24, 1979, in Holmes County, the daughter of Abe A. and Betty Shetler Yoder and married Robert A. Raber on Sept. 24, 1998. He survives. She was a member of the Old Order Amish Church. Surviving in addition to her husband, are children, Paul Mark, Julie Ann, MaLinda, Layla, Jamie and Vinson, all of the home; her parents of Fredericksburg; a brother, Paul (Rhoda) Yoder of Millersburg; sisters, Naomi (Larry) Mast and Leah (David) Miller, both of Millersburg, Ina (Joe) Miller and Kristine
John Weaver, 82
Buenos Watson, 95
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Obituaries Eloise Devore, 68
Henry ‘Hank’ Yoder, 84
Mary Petroff, 58
Mary E. Petroff, 58, of of Hayesville, Renee Perrysville, passed away (Chris) Schreiber of Tuesday, Jan. 15, 2013, at West Harrison, Ind., and Mercy Fairfield Hospital, Ricky “Chew” Petroff of Fairfield. Middletown; and grandShe was children, Kira, Travis, born May Andrea, Hunter, Kaleigh, 11, 1954, Christopher, Austin, and in Millersone on the way; sisters; burg, the Sandra Castle of Ashby children, Lisa Over of daughland, Barbara Burris and Durham, N.C., Andrea ter of Shirley Starnes, both of Yungen of Wooster, Floyd Therman Killbuck, Karen Johnson (Kristy) Devore of Polk, G. and of Houston, Texas, ElizaCraig (Adena) Devore of Doris E. beth Schaffer of LoudonWooster, Ryan Devore of (Ralston) ville, Gloria Stephen of Parma, and Amber (John) burg. Jeandervin, and married Illinois, and Carol Price Kegley of Ashland; grandIn addition to his Ricky R. Petroff on Feb. of Texas. children, Mitchell (Branparents and wife, he 12, 1974. He survives. She was preceded in dy) Johnson, Autumn was preceded in death She was a homemaker, death by her parents. (Nate) Tooley, Joey Over, by brothers Eli and loved cooking and famServices were Friday, Tiffany (Stephen) Tuck, Jake and a sister, Katie ily get togethers. She Jan. 18 at Alexander Ember Goodrich, KristiAnn. enjoyed hunting for Funeral Home, Millersna Wallick, Emily Wallick, A Memorial Celebra- and eating mushrooms. burg. Interment of her Chase Devore, Tyler and tion of Life service was Mary was a past mem- ashes will take place at a Deanna Devore, Frost held Wednesday, Jan. ber of the Loudonville later date. and Breeze Kegley; great16, at Walnut Creek Eagles. Memorial contributions grandchildren, Paiton and Mennonite Church, Surviving in addition to may be made to AlexGracie Tuck; a sister, Janis with pastors Don Ham- her husband, are children, ander Funeral Home, (Noel) Imhoff of Wooster; sher and Dan Owolabi Robert Allen (Karen) P.O. Box 10 8, Millersa brother Ray (Doris) officiating. Graveside Jeandervin of Middle- burg 44654 to help with Nickle of Big Prairie; sisservices were Wednes- town, Becky (Tom) Kosht expenses. ters-in-law, Patricia Morday in the church cemgan of West Salem, Karen etery. Nickle of Wooster, and Lizzie Schlabach, 90 Arrangements were Bonnie Myers of Glenhandled by Smith-Varns Lizzie (Miller) Schla- in-law, Amanda Miller mont; and many other Funeral Home, Sugar- bach, 90, 8132 Township of Fredericksburg and relatives and friends. creek. Road 574, Holmesville, Nellie Miller of Wilmot; She was preceded died Thursday, Jan. 17, and a brother-in-law, in death by her par2013, at the home of her Neal Miller of Frederents, Samuel and Vera Jeanette Hummel, 86 daughter, Mary, with icksburg. (Michener) Nickle; a Jeanette Carol Hum- band, and together they whom she had made her In addition to her brother Tom Nickle; her husband, she was premother- and father-in-law, mel, 86, of Millersburg, served as educational home. She was born Jan. 27, ceded in death by her Alonzo and Lois (Spitler) passed away Thursday, consultants in Malaysia, Devore; a brother-in-law, Jan. 17, 2013, at her Chile, Venezuela, and 1922, in Geauga County parents; half-brothers, John Morgan; and a great- home after a short ill- the U.S. DOD in Europe. to the late Moses N. and Jake and John; half-sisness. Jeanette was admired Barbara (Schlabach) ters, Mary and Ida; sisgrandson, Blake Tooley. S h e and loved by her fam- Miller and married Abra- ters, Sarah, Martha and Funeral services were held ily, friends, and stu- ham D. Schlabach on Dec. Alma; brothers, Sam, in the chapel at Westview w a s dents. She was kind and 5, 1940. He preceded her Eli, Andy and Vernon; Healthy Living (formerly b o r n patient, and always gave in death. and a great-grandson, Westview Manor Chapel) Feb. 13, more than she received. Surviving are children, Andrew. on Tuesday, Jan. 15. Pastor 1926, in Surviving in addition to Melvin (Esther) SchlaFuneral services were Eric Fairhurst officiated. G l e n her husband of 67 years, bach of Kokomo, Ind., Sunday, Jan. 20 at the Roy Burial was in Congress m o n t , t h e are children, Gretchen Barbara (Raymond) Hershberger residence, Cemetery, West Salem. Hummel of Columbus, Yoder of Dundee, Paul 8364 Township Road 323, Matteson Funeral d a u g h Home in West Salem han- ter of Benjamin and and Eric (Jackie Sum- (Martha) Schlabach and Holmesville, with Bishop Katherine ( Jo n e s ) merfield) Hummel Mary Schlabach, both of Harvey Bowman officidled arrangements. Schopfer, and married of Saratoga, Calif.; a Holmesville; 22 grand- ating. Burial was in the Dr. Dean L. Hummel on granddaughter, Kristen children; 28 great-grand- Yoder Cemetery, Prairie Library note Sept. 15, 1946. He sur- (Craig) Addonizio of St. children; a half-sister, Township, Holmes Coun“Our Town, Memories of Holmes County Project” vives. Louis Park, Minn., and Anna of Douglasville, ty. — Do you have old pictures of an event or people in Jeanette was a gradu- a sister-in-law, Joyce Ga.; brothers, Mose of Spidell Funeral Home Holmes County? Consider sharing or donating your ate of Millersburg High Schopfer of Cincinnati. Fredericksburg and Pete in Mount Eaton handled photos to the “Our Town” project. The images or School and a student She was preceded in of Millersburg; sisters- arrangements. scanned representations will be gathered in a book at Oberlin College. She death by her father, Ben and shared at the Holmes County Library as well as earned both bachelor’s and her mother, Kate; a Thomas Bender, 76 on its web site. Contact Susan Corl at 330-674-5972. and master’s degrees at brother, Aaron Schopfer; Thomas Bender, 76, He was born Oct. 3, Ohio University and a and in 1969 by a 12-yearMillersburg, passed away 1936, in Canton, the son Certificate of Advanced old daughter, Krista. Graduate Studies at VirCelebration of Life Monday, Feb. 18, 2013, at of George and Ina (HarDr. Robert Sears ginia Tech. She served service was Tuesday, Pomerene Hospital, Mill- tline) Bender, and was Independent Doctor of Optometry on the faculty at Virgin- Jan. 22 at Berlin Menno- ersburg, after an extend- a graduate of Canton Located Inside McKinley High School. ia Tech for many years nite Church, with Beau ed illness. Millersburg Graveside services He was a resident of Sycas a lecturer and direc- Hummel officiating. Wal Mart tor of the Virginia Head Arrangements were were Wednesday, Feb. amore Run for 14 years Vision Center Start Program, retiring handled by Alexander 20 in Grandview Union and had attended the in 1994. Funeral Home, Millers- Cemetery, Strasburg, Holmes County Training Basic Eye Exam Contact Lens Exam with Gerald Craycraft Center for many years. She was a member of burg. $ 00 $ 00 the Order of the EastMemorial contribu- officiating. Arrange- Tom enjoyed playing the ern Star. Jeanette was a tions be made to the ments were handled piano. He was preceded in constant companion and Susan G. Komen for the by Alexander Funeral CALL FOR APPOINTMENT Home, Millersburg. death by his parents. supporter of her hus- Cure fund. 330-674-3564 Henry D. “Hank” Yoder, 84, Dover Road, Sugarcreek, died Saturday, Jan. 12, 2013, at Akron General Hospital. He was born Sept. 3, 1928, in Holmes County to the late Daniel D. and Sarah D. (Zook) Yoder, and was a retired Dundee postal carrier, and had also worked for Baltic Brick Yard and Uhrden Company in Sugarcreek. He was a member of Walnut Creek Mennonite Church, a volunteer for Save-n-Serve in Millersburg and was an avid bowler. He and his wife, Virginia, enjoyed traveling and had visited almost every state of the Union. He was married in 1979 to the former Virginia Lahm, who died Sept. 8, 2010. Surviving are a son, Ronald Yoder of Dover; a grandson, Eric Yoder of Dover; mother-inlaw, Annabelle Lahm of Walnut Creek; and a brother, Moses (Kathryn) Yoder of Millers-
Eloise Anne (Nickle) Devore, 68, of Wooster, entered into eternal rest with the Lord Thursday, Jan. 10, 2013, surrounded by family members after a courageous battle with cancer. Eloise was born in Wooster on May 6, 1944, to Samuel and Vera (Michener) Nickle and was a member of the Waynedale High School Class of 1962. She married her high school sweetheart Cloyce Devore, who was the love of her life, on March 19, 1961 in Holmesville. Eloise was a loving wife, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother. She was a friend to all and was loved by many. Eloise lived in the Wooster area all her life. Over the years she worked on the family dairy farm, at Bonds Shoe Store, was a demonstrator for Shopper Shows, Addressograph Multigraph, Tayko, Akro, Wise Guys Restaurant, and enjoyed a lifetime of baby-sitting. For the last nine years she owned and operated Heavenly Bodies gift shop. For the last 14 years she also worked at Goodwill Industries doing social work. Eloise enjoyed meeting and getting to know people, helping others, and spending time with her family. She was an avid reader, excellent cook and award winning seamstress. During her school years she was involved in a number of activities, including band, cheerleading and majorettes. In addition to her loving husband of almost 52 years, she is survived
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points in the second to By KEVIN LYNCH take a 7-0 lead before givStaff Writer West Holmes coach ing up two points in the Jeff Woods was elated to final period. escape the Div. II Clay“He was strong,” Rohsmont Sectional with five kopf said. “I tech falled district qualifiers. him the last time we wresTop-seeded senior tled, but all my offense is Max Rohskopf claimed gone. I’ve got to wrestle a the 145-pound section- little bit more defensively, al championship. Cole which isn’t really my style, Woods (106) and Gray- but you’ve got to do what son Miller (195) placed you’ve got to do.” third, and Jack Scherer Woods, the veteran (138) and Ray O’Donnell West Holmes coach, was (220) finished fourth. thrilled to have so many “Not bad, considering wrestlers advance. I had to wrestle one“I’m ecstatic,” the coach handed,” Rohskopf said, said. “We weren’t sure sporting a taped left hand what to expect. But when to protect his dislocated it’s all said and done, we finger. “I did all right. should’ve had seven. We It completely changed were close.” everything I do, but I have Woods admitted it was Holmes County enough core strength and much tougher coachHOF nominations conditioning to do what- ing his son Cole than he ever it takes to win. I’ll expected. Trustees for the Hol- find a way to win.” “It’s been an emotional mes County Sports Hall Rohskopf did just that, roller-coaster,” Woods of Fame are accepting puling out a 9-2 deci- said. “I will say that it’s nominations for the Class sion in the finals against probably been one of the of 2013. Minerva sophomore Dal- toughest things I’ve had Nomination forms, ton Hartshorn. He scored to do, coaching my own which contain required a takedown in the first kid. It hasn’t been bad all criteria, are available at period and added five year, but this is the only the athletic director’s office at Hiland and West Holmes High Schools. NOTICE: Gifts Great Christmas Deadline for nomination is May 1, 2013. The inducHiland Twp Rd 367 store forBikes the Whole Family tion ceremonies will be SUN, FUJI, SCHWINN held Oct. 12 at the Carlwill be Closed Feb. 11-24, 2013. CLOSED isle Inn in Walnut Creek. 1, 2011 & REDLINE BICYCLES
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thing that counts all year. “When he shows up and wrestles the way he can like he did in that last match, it’s fun to watch. He grew a lot this week.” The younger Woods scored a 12-2 major decision in the third-place battle against Tri-Valley’s Austin Smith. Woods posted a 7-5 win in the go-to match. “I just did what I could do, taking my shots when I could,” Cole Woods said. “It’s exciting to go to districts my freshman year.” Miller scored a 3-2 win against Ben Aponik of Indian Valley to place third at 195. He took a 2-1 lead after the first period,
scoring a takedown, but gave up an escape. He won with an escape in the third period. “It’s pretty exciting to go to districts,” the junior said. “That last match was pretty stressful. You want to win that third-place match so you don’t have to go up against a No. 1 right off the bat at districts.” Miller lost 11-6 against Harrison Hoppel of Minerva, but he bounced back to pin Leeland Lauvray of River View in the go-to match. Scherer got knocked into the consolation round, falling 10-6 against See Pg. 26 — KNIGHTS
SPORTS FANS! How did the Super Bowl get its name? Simpler than you might think. In 1966, Kansas City Chiefs owner Lamar Hunt was watching his kids play with a SuperBall, and the name just came to him. It was at the time the hottest toy on the market, with Wham-O manufacturing more than 170,000 every day. Hunt told his fellow owners,”I have jokingly call it the ‘Super Bowl’, which obviously can be improved upon. “ Almost half a century later, no improvement necessary. With their opening round loss to Houston in the 2012 NFL playoffs, the Cincinnati Bengals hadn’t won a postseason game since 1991, longest drought in the league. But it could be worse. At least the Bengals made it to two Super Bowls in the 1980s. How about the Detroit Lions? Since 1957 – a span of 55 years – the Lions have won exactly one playoff game. Detroit is the only franchise in continuous existence since the start of the Super Bowl in 1967 that has never even appeared in the game. Detroit is tied for third all time in the most consecutive seasons without a playoff win with 33, from 1958 through 1990. New Orleans also went 33 years, from 1967 through 1999. Any guesses which franchise holds the record, and how long it is? The answer is the Cardinals, first in Chicago and then in St. Louis (now in Arizona) – a dreadful 50 years, from 1948 through 1997 without a postseason victory. In second place is Pittsburgh with 37 years (1933 through 1971), winningest team in the Super Bowl era with six titles.
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Sunday was my favorite kind of day, the kind where I got to do what I do best. I was sitting around being lazy, reading the newspaper and playing around on the computer. I read about the Cleveland Indians and the excitement that abounds as the team prepares for the upcoming season in Goodyear, Ariz. I read a story about young third baseman Lonnie Chisenhall and how he doesn’t have to worry about someone taking his position this spring. The third base job is his to lose. Then there was a story about pitcher Carlos Carrasco and his journey back from elbow surgery that sidelined him two years ago, and how he is throwing the ball better than ever and is ready to compete for the fifth spot in the rotation with Trevor Bauer, Scott Kazmir, Daisuke Matsuzaka, Corey Kluber and David Huff. Kazmir and Matsuzaka are veterans who are trying to revive their careers after injuries as well. If either, or both, get back to the level they were at prior to their injuries, the Indians could have struck gold. It wasn’t too long ago that Kazmir was the ace of the Tampa Bay staff, while Dice K (Matsuzaka) was a Tribe killer during the Red Sox’ run to two World Series pennants under the guidance of the Indians’ new manager Terry Francona. Bauer is the kid the Indians acquired in the trade of Shin-Soo Choo, while Kluber had a cup of coffee in Cleveland last summer, and Huff is one of those underachieving left-handers whose talent makes him hard to get rid of. Spring training is a great time of year. Every pitcher has the potential to be a Cy Young winner, while every hitter’s swing is as sweet tupelo honey, to borrow a phrase from Van Morrison. While I was reading
the paper, I got a phone call from my youngest son, who is on a soulsearching trip across the country. “Dad, you’ll never guess where I am,” he said with great enthusiasm. Knowing he was heading west from his last stop in New Mexico, I guessed the Grand Canyon. I was close. Then he says, “I’m standing on a corner in Winslow, Ariz. It’s such a fine sight to see.” He was living one of my favorite Eagles songs, and he felt he had to share the experience. I had watched the two-part “History of the Eagles” on Showtime this weekend and learned that Jackson Browne cowrote the song “Take it Easy” with Glenn Frey of the Eagles, who turned it into a mega-hit when they released their first album in 1972. Browne had started the song but was stuck on the first verse. Frey added the line about standing on a corner in Winslow, and the rest is history. Then, as I started to write this piece, while listening to ‘70s on 7’ on XM, sure enough, “Take it Easy” came on. That song will never be the same to me.
Ray O’Donnell pins his opponent, Winston Spiker of TriValley, in the 220-pound go-to match at Saturday’s Claymont Sectional, earning a berth in the Div. II Heath District tournament this coming weekend. O’Donnell finished fourth at Claymont. the top four placers advanced to districts.
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Hawks whip Cardinals, but fall in finale By KEVIN LYNCH Staff Writer Hiland coach Mark Schlabach was happy that his players were unhappy. Even though the Hawks had just manhandled visiting Sandy Valley 52-34 in an Inter-Valley Conference clash last Tuesday, Hiland players were disappointed with the way they played, which the coach sees as a sign of maturity. “Tonight was kind of a wakeup call,” Schlabach said. “This was one of the first nights when we’ve won where our guys have been kind of down after the game. They didn’t like the way they played. Winning wasn’t good enough. That was good to see. Earlier in the year, we were just happy to win.” Hiland turned the ball over 18 times and misfired on 15 3-pointers, while canning six. “We didn’t value the ball. That was all we talked about after the game,” Schlabach said. “All season long, when we’ve been behind, we play good ball, but when we have the lead, we make bad decisions. We haven’t got5
ten out of that yet. This Saturday against GlenOak and every tournament game after that, value the basketball. Hopefully, we will.” Neither team seemed to value the ball early on, and neither had much luck getting started, going 0-for-half of the first quarter, before the Cardinals’ Zach Schlimm connected from long range to give the Cardinals a 3-0 lead midway through the first period. Collin Blochlinger stuck back a miss to get the Hawks on the board before Todd Ropp erupted for 3-pointers on three consecutive trips down the floor to give the Hawks an 11-3 lead. It was 11-5 at the end of the first quarter. Ropp continued to enforce his will on the Cardinals, relentlessly pursuing loose balls and battling under the boards. The junior finished with 22 points and 13 rebounds to lead the Hawks. “Todd plays with passion,” Schlabach said. “He played mad. We just tell him to go hard, get to the rim. He just out-plays people, and we saw that tonight.”
year.” The Hawks had 10 different players score in all, but only two reached double figures. Blochlinger helped the Hiland charge with 10 points and six rebounds. “This was another big game for Collin,” Schlabach said. “Lucas (Mast) hurt his hand pretty bad yesterday in practice and Collin really stepped into those minutes tonight. He did a nice job for us.” The win improved Hiland’s record to 17-4 on the season. Sandy Valley dipped to 4-16. GlenOak 59, Hiland 50 Hosting GlenOak, Hiland went all the way up to Div. I to meet a tough opponent and gave it battle, but couldn’t knock off the Golden Eagles. The Hawks just couldn’t overcome a rough second quarter that saw them get outscored 21-10. Hiland was paced by Todd Ropp with 17 points and Jordan Yoder finished with 13. Hiland will open tournament play Feb. 26 vs. Caldwell at New Philadelphia High School at 6 p.m. The Hawks are the No. 1 seed in the sectional, Caldwell is No. 8.
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Every time the Cardnals would close the gap, Ropp would answer for the Hawks. One of his many second-chance points gave Hiland a 20-9 lead late in the first half, but a 3-pointer by Andrew Lancaster and a threepoint play by Nate Shepler pulled Sandy Valley within 22-15, but Ropp swished a pair of free throws and added a shot inside to give Hiland a 26-15 lead at the break. Sandy Valley outscored Hiland 15-14 in the third quarter, but couldn’t get any closer than 10, 40-30, heading into the final frame, when the Hawks put the game away with a 12-4 finish. “We wanted to wear them down, so we probably stayed in the press too long and gave up some easy buckets,” Schlabach said. “We let them hang around too long. Once we settled down and were able to make them work a little harder to score in the third quarter and into the fourth. “They’re a scrappy team and that was a scrappy game,” the coach continued. “That’s the hardest I’ve seen them play this
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(Continued From Page 25) Isaac Hammonds of Dover. He bounced back to win his go-to match 10-6 against New Philadelphia’s Sky Reynard, but fell 9-2 in the finals against Cambridge’s Logan Hickenbottom. O’Donnell got knocked into the consolation round by Claymont’s Garrett Harding. He bounced back to pin his opponent in the go-to match before getting stuck by Indian Valley’s Dalton Farrow in the finals. “This is why we wrestle the schedule we do,” coach Woods said. “Medina, Top Gun, those tournaments all pay off now, when it counts the most.” Rohskopf is happy to have so many teammates joining him at the Heath District next weekend. “Taking five guys is better than last year,” Rohskopf said.
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25 CU ft Side by Side Electric R e f r i g e r a tor, White Kenmore. Ice & Water dispensor on door. 3 yrs old and still looks great. $600 OBO. 330-473-7128 FOR SALE: Kenmore Elite heavy duty dryer, $100. obo. (330) 279-3303.
50 PINT Frigidaire, dehumidifier, $175. 70 pint Frigidaire dehumidifier, $225. (330) 472-2613. FOR SALE Round Maytag wringer washer, in good shape, $250. Older Frigidaire elec. oven, $100. Older Admiral elec. refrig., $200. 330-275-9066. FOR SALE: 8 cu ft gas freezer, $150. obo. Gas refrigerator Servel, $200. obo. 330-567-9561.
FOR SALE: New & used Generators for Ringer Washers. Also electric motors. Eli D. Miller (330) 893-1336†Ext 2 FOR SALE: Natural gas, 110,000 BTU, Olsen Luxaire furnace, $575. obo. Also 2004 40 gal. hot water heater, works good, $100.obo. 330-674-1477. FOR SALE: Complete rebuilt powder coated Maytag Ringer Washers on h a n d at all times. Also double rinse tubs w/casters. Will also rebuild yours. Eli D. Miller (330) 893-1336†Ext 2
CASE 450C dozer with canopy, 6 way blade, gearmatic winch, good cond. Wayne Hershberger, 7500 Salt Creek Rd, Fredericksburg, OH 44627. FOR SALE: Toyota Forklift, hvy. duty high lift, runs on propane, excellent shape! $8000. Call Dwayne @ (330) 603-9974. EQUIPMENT FOR SALE: '06 Bobcat S130 skid steer 1570 hrs $17,250, '05 Case 410 skid steer 805 hrs $16,750, 5635 Gehl skid steer with tracks $10,500, Call Firmen at 330-464-1428 or 330-567-3886 Equipment for Sale: '05 JD 650J LT w/ winch and screens $65,000,'04 JD 650H LGP only 2600 hrs $40,000, '04 Case 850K dozer, cab, 5300 hrs $35,000, JD550H dozer $30,000, '97 JD450G LC-IV dozer $22,500, '92 JD 650G w/ winch, arch, screens $35,000, '95 Cat D4H-II dozer 1400Hrs on complete re-
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build $30,000, JD 850B w/ winch $26,000, Cat D4D dozer $15,000, '06 Komatsu PC200LC-8 $93,000, '10 JD35D excavator $32,000, '06 Yanmar VIO35 mini hoe $18,500, '04 Yanmar VIO35 mini hoe w/ hyd thumb $20,000, '04 Yanmar VIO35 mini hoe $14,000, Ford A62 Wheel Loader $8,500, '07 JD605C crawler loader w/ forks $45,000, JD 555G crawler loader, rebuilt trans $21,000, '89 JD455G crawler loader cab, tooth bucket $19,500, Case 455C Loader $17,500, '90 Cat 953 Loader cab, heat, air $17,000, '97Case 580SL 4x4 cab, extendahoe, 4-in-1 bucket $22,500, JCB 214S Grademaster 4X4 loader landscaper. $14,750, Case 450 Loader $5000, '03 JD 648G-III Grapple Skidder $55,000, '94 JD 648E skidder $24,500, '95 JD 548E skidder $24,500, '96 Franklin 170 grapple skidder, new rear tires $18,500, JD 640 Skidder $17,000, 2- JD 440C Skidder $16,000 TO $22,000 each, '97 Timberjack 460 Skidder dual arch grapple. $40,000, Hamm Smooth Drum Roller $17,500, Case 602 Vibromax Pad Foot Roller $14,500, '00 Genie Lift Z60/34 articulated boom $22,500, '94 Moxy MT30S-3 6X6 off road dump. $14,500, '71CAT 613 Self Loading Scraper, 3208 cat engine. $8,500. Lots of misc. forks and buckets. Call Firmen at 330-464-1428 OR 330-567-3886
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FOR SALE: 2-N Ford rebuilt engine. Nice restoration project. $2,175. obo. (330) 674-2450. CASE #680H backhoe, older machine, still works good, 2 extra buckets, $9500. Call (330) 231-0797. JOHN DEERE 12 hole grain drill, good cond. Also John Deere 11 hole grain drill. John Miller, 2305 TR 152, Baltic. 330-893-0303. FOR SALE: Flywheel engines. 6 HP Hercules throttle gov., runs, $1475. 3 HP Fairbanks Morse, runs, $675. 12 HP Sattely H & M, $575. 3 HP Novo H & M, runs, $975. 1 1/2 HP London H & M , $1275. Scenic View Engine, 5673 CR 59, Millersburg. (330) 674-2450.
FOR SALE: MF 240 Diesel Tractor, Good Condition. Robert Raber VM (330) 674-0557 Ext 1 NEW HOLLAND 56 & 256 Rakes, Mcormick Deering #9, 6' Mower -Rebuilt. Abe A Raber, 5150 CR 229, Fredericksburg OH (330) 695-6793 MASSEY FERGUSON tractor 461, 4 new tires, 1156 hrs., sync with shuttle, great cond. $13,500. (330) 893-3217. FOR SALE: Massey tractor 231 with 600 hrs., like new, everything works, no leaks. Call after 4pm. 330-465-2755. HESSTON 530 round baler, nice. Brillion Seeder, 8 ft. Original No 17 manure spreader. John Deere 14T square baler. John Deere 660 & New Holland 256 rakes. Gravity wagon. 5 ft bush hog. Andy Raber, 330-893-0303.
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FIRST CUTTING hay and baleage, 4x5 round bales for horses and heifers. 4x5 round bales wheat straw. Federridge Farm, (330) 893-9371.
HORSE HAY, wheat straw, small squares, round bales & large squares. Call Jason 330-473-7905. 1ST CUTTING nice horse hay, 4x5 round bales, 750-800 lb bales. $85./ bale. Will deliver. (740) 552-1722.
GEHL 100 Grinder/Mixer: John Deere Van Brunt Grain Drill, both in excellent condition: N.I. #215 PTO Manure Spreader. (330) 893-2895 FOR RENT: S185 BobCat with steel tracks, forks & bucket. $18./ hr. Call (330) 897-1222 ext 3. FOR RENT: 20' Shantler Chicken Litter Spreader, (330) 359-1127.
SPLIT AND round seasoned firewood, also can cut to size for outdoor wood burners, dump trailer delivery avail. (330) 275-7980. SEASONED FIREWOOD, round & spit hardwood, $55./ pickup load. Roy Miller, (330) 567-2477, VM.
FOR SALE: 275 Gal Fuel Tank with 3/4 Tank of Fuel Oil. $300 (330) 674-1100 FOR SALE: Slabwood, $15/Bundle. Robert Mast, 3233 Graber Rd. Fredericksburg, 330-695-9807 VM
WILL TRADE firewood for scrap metal or anything. Dump trailer delivery available. (330) 275-7980.
1ST CUTTING 3x3x8 Big Square, Timothy Orchard grass mix, horse quality hay. $260/Ton. Delivery Available. 330-852-0031
FIREWOOD, MIXED hardwoods, split & round, $45. per short bed, $65. per long bed. You load. Elmer Mast, 8718TR 552, Shreve, OH 44676. (330) 231-0797.
FOR SALE: 1st cutting round bales, nice horse hay. Also 2nd cutting horse and sheep hay. 330-359-5730.
FOR SALE: Log Pile, 70 Trees, Bid by February 23rd. Allen R. Miller, 2624 TR 177, Baltic, Oh. (330) 897-5310 WOOD STOVE - 1 yr old, heats 1200 sq ft, incl $100 of firewood. $600, $500 w/o firewood. (330) 674-1536
BEEF TALLOW (suet) from grassfed animals, $1.50/lb. Millersburg. 330-473-7647.
10' TRANSPORT Field Cultivator, $600 (740) 291-7019
1ST CUTTING Timothy horse hay, 45 lb bales, $6.00 (330) 472-2613.
FOR SALE. 2nd cutting alfalfa hay, testing 23% protein, 220 feeding value. Call (330) 439-8494.
JOHN DEERE M, runs good, weights on all wheels. (330) 893-7065†x2
JOHN DEERE Grain Drills 15 Hoe Double Disk w/grass seeder, 17 Hoe Double Disk w/grass seeder, John Deere 13 Hoe Grain Drill, single disk w/grass seeder, high steel wheels. Andy J Raber, 4820 TR 153, Baltic. (330) 893-0303
FOR SALE: Baled Wood Shavings, 4.5 cu. ft., $3.50/Per Bale, Holmes Wheel Shop, Holmesville, OH (330) 279-2891
FOR SALE Split seasoned firewood, slab wood & also boom truck loads available. Also hollow cmpfire logs 330 231-8462.
WESTERN TOP quality dairy hay, haylage, certified organic available. Call Jason 330-473-7905.
3 POINT 6 ft blade and 3 point 3x6 platform. $160. each. (330) 359-0006.
HORSE HAY. First cutting orchard grass mix, round bales, big squares, small squares. 40 lb, $6.00. Call 330-893-3087 x4.
3RD CUTTING Alfalfa Orchard Mix, Small square bales in ton lots. Abe Raber, 5150 CR 229, Fredericksburg OH (330) 695-6793
PIONEER 14 inch gang plow, $2000. Soilmaster riding plow, $650. Patz square bale chopper,with Honda motor, good cond., $850. without motor, $425. Vented wall heater, $90. Also kerosene heater, $25. Ivan Yoder, 47650 TR 218, Millersburg. (330) 674-2045.
MF 245 Tractor, very good condition, w/heat houser, good tires. Also 5x8 Trailer w/sides and cover tarp with window, new wheels and tires! Ball hitch, & lights all work. Call (330) 472-9718
ORGANIC BAYLAGE for heifers or beef and mulch hay for organic produce. Joe Miller, (330) 897-1347.
SEASONED FIREWOOD for Sale. $50/pick-up load. Jonas L. Yoder, 3390 TR 194, Sugarcreek. (330) 893-1361
FOR SALE: Yanmar Tractor, diesel, 20-hp, wet brakes, 3 pt., low hours, 3 pt. blade, 3 pt. brushog, 3 pt. disk, 3 pt. cultivator, $3300/all. (330) 893-3547.
FOR SALE: Dumping station & receiver jar. (330) 359-0752
LARGE SQUARE alfalfa & straw bales for sale. Will deliver. (573) 823-0258.
FOR SALE: 85 bushel E-Z manure spreader, ground drive, trailer type, poly floor & sides, fines pan. Good cond. Used 4 years. (740) 623-0684.
NEW HOLLAND L555 Skid Steer, 1500lb Lift, AUX Hydraulics, 3,550 Hrs, Good Condition. $7,200. (330) 852-3029
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Albert Lea Seed - Certified Organic, Non-GMO. Seed Potatos & Vegetable Seeds, Cloverland Ag Service, Millersburg. 330-231-4484
100 bales 1st cutting alfalfa, $2.00 per bale; 4x4 round bale haleage $65-$90 per bale. 330-852- 3033 / VM. ROUND BALES of Oats & Wheat Straw, stored inside, Call (330) 466-1408 HIGH QUALITY 2nd Cutting Sheep Hay, $7/bale.(330) 472-2613 2ND CUTTING small square grass. $7/bale (330) 472-2613 400 BALES HIGH Quality 2nd Cutting Alfalfa, $8/Bale. (330) 472-2613 EAR CORN $200/Ton. 5000' 3/8 Used Cable .15¢ per ft. 5/8 Used Cable .50¢ per ft. David Troyer (330) 674-2871 WESTERN Alfalfa, high quality, 1000# square bales-$200/each. Will load. 330-231-7500
FOR SALE: Slabwood. $10/bundle Aden Yoder, 5167 TR 629, Millersburg. (330) 893-3921
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Horses Livestock 260
FOR SALE: Started Holstein cross heifer calves, will raise them to 8 weeks old, $225. each. David Yoder, 2905 TR 406, Millersburg. (330) 893-2892.
TEAM OF 11 yr old Black Cross Bred Mare, 3/4 Percheron, 1/4 Standard Bred, Really good broke single & double, Been used in produce patch. (330) 231-5219
TWO JERSEY Steers for sale. 400 to 500 pounds, $450. David J. Miller, 330893-3986
CUSTOM SADDLES new & used, made in USA. Cowboy & barrel. Starting at $450. Call 330-231-7500
5 JERSEY CROSS heifers, 10-11 months old. $500. each. Daniel Wengerd, (330) 674-2737 ext 1.
TEAM OF 12 yr old Great Belgain Mares, Good Broke, But drive with some snap. $3,200 (330) 231-5219
6 YR old gelding, Jailhouse Jesse, Armbro Goal fresh in buggy couple times, TSS, 16.1 hands, drives with the best, $4200. 7 yr old gelding, Towners Big Guy, 100% TSS, surrey size, super family horse, trots, $2200. 4 yr old gelding, in buggy 6 months, broke, ready for miles, trots, $1600. Older 51" pony sorrel with 4 white socks, broke to a t still, has a lot of pep, make offer. Milan Yoder, 330-852-4704.
FOR SALE: 3 Yr. old Morgan gelding. Chestnut, 4 white socks, blaze. T.S.S. Safe for women. H.J.P., 4678 T.R. 628, Millersburg, OH 44654
FOR SALE: Used leather haflinger harness (double). Useable cond. $195. obo. Robert Barkman, 12862 CR 316, Big Prairie, OH 44611.
7 YEARS old gelding, good broke, good mini surrey or surrey horse. Fast enough for the boys. $1900. Vernon Mast, (330) 674-7817.
WOOL BUYING and Sheep Shearing, Book Now! Wool Bags available if needed. Marvin (330) 893-7037 Ext 3 or Vernon (330) 893-2620 4 YR old Black Gelding, All trot, Very well mannered, TSS, $2,200. Also 7 yr old Double Gaited Gelding, Heads up, Sharp boys horse. $1,400. (330) 893-3861 FOR SALE: Jersey cow coming with 2nd calf. Also Holstein Springer heifer and Jersey bull. Emanuel D Yoder, 48640 CR 186, Fresno, OH 43824. 12 YEARS OLD standard bred gelding, big enough for mini surrey, TSS, family horse. (330) 893-8114. 4 YR old Small, Stocky Standard Bred Cross, Broke, Boys horse. $1,250. (330) 231-5219 7 YEARS old bay trotting mare, anybody can drive, traffic safe & sound, $1600. Phone (330) 763-4669. FOR SALE: pair of Fresian Cross, 2 yr old Colts. Henry A Weaver 50112 TR 69, Millersburg. 7 YR old Black Gelding, Drives Nice, Family or Boys Horse. Also, 2 Trotting bred Mares. Loran Schlabach (330) 852-3096 9 YEARS old all purpose mare, anyone can drive, TSS. Mose J Miller. (330) 897-7209.
10 YR old Bay Standard Bred Mare, S i r e Royal Strength, Dam Balanced Image, TSS, Nice Driver. $2,500 OBO. Also 5 yr old Stallion, Dutch Pony Cross, Black, 3 whites & Strip, Very Sharp, Broke to ride & drive. $1,800 OBO. (330) 897-8369
3 YR. OLD Gelding Dutch Cross (BJ) Dark Bay, 3 white. T.S.S. Has some style. Buggy size. Alton Yoder 330-893-1705 FOR RENT OR 4 Sale Pair 2 yr. Percheron mares. Can use for 1 yr. Delivery available. Levi Yoder, 5864 CR 59, Mbg. GOLF COAST Native/ Polypay ram, less than 1 year old, $180. Lester Yoder, 7882 TR 562, Holmesville. (330) 695-2610. MASTER LAVEC gelding trotter. 11 yr. old T.S.S. safe for women to drive. Stands good to hitch and at corners. $1950. 33-852-2902 5 YEARS old dark brown standard bred mare, buggy broke, TSS. Tough mare on road for 2 months. Keim, 8671 TR 561, Holmesville, OH 44633. (330) 279-2910
5 YR old Dutch Standard Bred, 16.2 Brown, Boys Horse, Needs works. $6,000. (330) 201-3394 BIG BLACK Surrey size gelding. Women can drive. Sound. Traffic safe if used regular. Does not like snowplows. Duane Mast, 330-674-1665 #1 5 YR old Cross Bred, Dutch Percheron Mare, Black, Star, Broke Single & Double, Works in the field, On the road, Shys about big trucks, but controlable. Got some action. Daniel Miller (330) 897-1307† Ext. 1 4 YR old Registered Dutch Standard Bred TSS Gelding, Boys horse, Takes the miles. Black & Three Whites. (330) 897-0025 7 YR old Belgain Gelding, Broke to all farm machinery, works with snap. Amos J. Yoder, (330) 897-1295 Ext 1 REGISTERED WHITE Dorper ewes with lambs Also full blood ram. Monroe Barkman, 3111 CR 114, Sugarcreek. (330) 893-7065. BLACK LIMA BULL. 2 years old, polled. Noah A. Mast 10341 South Apple Creek Rd. Fredericksburg, OH 44627 50 HEAD Dorset Cross. Ready to start lambing soon. 1 Dorset Buck, 1 Polypay Buck. (330) 695-5312 HITCH GELDING potential coming 4 year old, red with white strip and socks, good size action and foot. Joe Miler, (330) 897-1347.
FOR SALE: Semen tank, working cond. $225. David Yoder, (330) 893-2892. WANTED: PLACE to put Holstein heifers to Jersey bull for 2-3 months. 330-201-4638. FOR SALE: 3 year old miniature donkey gelding. $150. Paul Raber. (330) 852-3932 ext 2. 12 YR old standard bred gelding, 2 white legs, broke good, women can drive, TSS, $850. Also 11 yr old standard bred mare, good broke, women can drive, TSS, $900. (330) 231-5219.
Dairy Goat Kids available, also taking orders for dairy goat kids. (330) 674-2526 VM
COMING 3 yr old Trotting Mare, 3/4 Standard Bred, 1/4 Morgan, Black, 2 whites, 15.3H, In Buggy since last summer, ready for miles. (330) 893-4257
5 YR old Bay Gelding, Sharp trotter, fresh 2 mo., Nice driver, Fast traveler, TSS, 15.2 H, $3,400. (330) 893-0314
3 YEAR old black Percheon mare. Broke, $1800 OBO. Enos Hershberger, 6000 S. Wenger Rd., Dalton, OH 44618
AD12830921 144 DC 02650 LED BULBS 10119535 (New Price!) 10 Watt 201 LED $27.40 10 Watt 60 Chip $24.35 6 Watt 102 LED $18.25 Marlin Miller 2701 T.R. 166 #A Sugarcreek, OH 44681 Call for Wholesale Prices 330-852-7094 ext 3
OLD OAK Mission Style Recliner, $100 OBO. La-Z-Boy Recliner, small, Med Blue, $100 OBO. 6' Sofa, Med Green, Fair cond., free. (2) Interior French Doors, 30x80 w/hinges & knobs. $150/both. OBO (330) 378-3431
Position avail. Windy Hill NOTICE: WILL re-upholster used Horses Livestock WANTED: FAMILY Surrey horse, good HORSEMAN for long trips. Joe Miller, (330) 674-1557 Farms has an opportunity for a full or couches, loveseats, rockers, hassocks,
BROWN STANDARD Bred Mare, Double gaited, TSS, Willing traveler,Make Offer. Need to sell. (330) 674-1988 FOR SALE: 1 yr old Dorset Ram, would also consider lease until fall. Norman Troyer (330) 893-3673 6 YR old Gelding, Nice family Surrey horse, Double Gaited, Good Broke, Drives nice, TSS, $1,900. Duane Weaver (330) 674-1777 FOR SALE: 800# Jersey X Hol. steer, grass fed, none G.M.O, $800. Can dress. Levi Yoder, 5864 CR 59, Mbg. WILL BUY wool, will be weighed and paid when dropped off. Wool bags are available. Earl Erb, 330-852-2383 ext 3. 5 YEARS old gelding, 16.3 hands, surrey horse. Safe for women. 90% trot. TSS. Broke the best. $2400. (330) 893-0314.
WANTED, ORGANIC or certifiable land to rent. Competitive prices paid. (330) 359-5118
7 YR old Registered Quarter Horse Mare, Buckskin, Broke to ride, has cutting horse breeding, in fowl, due soon. $1,200 OBO. (330) 317-7523
CERTIFIED ORGANIC Non GMO seed: Alfalfas, clovers, grasses, forages, small grains, cover crops, corn and soybeans. Cloverland Ag Service, 330-231- 4484.
TOO MANY Horses! Paint Stallion, Heavy Bone, Black & White, Great to cross w/Draft Horses. 3 yr old Pony Mare, $150. (740) 824-4361
PAIR OF 5 & 6 year old black Percheron geldings. Broke to all farm machinery. $4000. Marvin Coblentz, 992 US Rt 62 , Wilmot, OH (330) 359-5570. 4YR OLD Gelding, Black w/markings, Surrey size. $2,800. 5 yr old Trotter, Ready for miles, $3,800. Also some fresh horses. John Raber 4213 TR 629, Mlbg. 5 YR. old gelding, tss, double gaited, strong surrey horse, drives good, $1900. (330) 600-1762, lv. msg. FOR SALE: Smidley hog huts, (330) 852-2887. FOR SALE: Cantab Hall Sire of dam Pine Chip trotting mare. Traffic safe, sound. Ready for miles. Samuel Petersheim 9106 CR 201 Fredericksburg, OH 44627 OLDER WHITE Percheron mare, traffic safe and safe in all farm machinery. Phone (330) 466-1408.
part-time exp'd horseman. Instruction and housing available. 330-231-7500
FOR SALE Pheasants. Red Golden, 4 females; Lady Amherst, 2 males, 2 females. $30. each. (740) 622-0933. SUFOLK SHEEP Buck - 3 yr. old. Lots of twins. V.M. 330-674-6679 ext. 1. 9 YR old standard bred gelding, bay with a star, buggy size, all trot, good broke, TSS. $1450. (330) 231-5219. KATAHDIN DORMER cross ram, born Feb. 2012, $200. Norman Beachy, 4120 TR 162, Sugarcreek, OH 44681. (330) 852-1303 ext. 2. STANDARD BRED Gelding, 4 yr old, double gaited, needs work. Good boys horse. $1,500. Ivan D Miller, (330) 674-4572 FOR SALE: Older Percheron mare, good broke. 9 yr old registered Belgian mare, good broke. Easy keepers. (330) 893-3087 ext 4.
5 HOLSTEIN and 1 Jersey heifer. Due March/April. Atlee Barkman, 8360 CR 373, Big Prairie, Ohio 44611
TWO 4 years old Belgian geldings, 16.3 hands, broke,. $2300. each. Also 2 & 3 years old Belgian geldings, broke. Ivan Yoder, (330) 674-2045.
FOR SALE: 1 yr old Royal White Ram, Can be registered. $225 (330) 674-2500
6 MO old Mule Colts, Also 2 yr old Mule. John O. (330) 567-0081
etc. Also boat seat cushions. Will make new cushions for outdoor furniture. Raber's Upholstery, 1939 TR 110, Millersburg, 44654. VM, (330) 674-1300.
FOR SALE. 3 pc. dinette set from Levin Furniture, 2-tone black & wood stained, 3 yrs. old, $250; Oak Amish-made deacons bench, mint! $250. 330-893-4062. CREEKSIDE FASHIONS to FURNITURE We now have a fresh of furniture, clothing and crafts. We also have shop tools, hydraulic motors and pump. (330) 275-4048. New Bathroom Vanity w/Top & Mirror, Cherry color. (330) 695-6793 FOR SALE. Tri-Star sweeper, like brand new. New price $2600., will sell for $1500. (330) 852-3719. NEW WHITE Vanity, 61" long, 24" wide, w/cream marble top, 7 drawers & 2 doors, Self closing drawers. $350 (330) 852-2876 Ext 1, leave message. GREEN PLAID loveseat with pull-out bed, $100, good condition. Near West Holmes HS. (330) 674-2459. FOR SALE: Birch two drawer file cabinet, new, $140. Call 330-893-1051.
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FOR SALE: Horton Hunter Supreme Crossbow, Scope, Quiver & Arrows, $175 OBO. (330) 893-3808
FOR SALE: Soft Pretzel Cutters, retail or wholesale. Faster, Easier & Better. Recipe incl. Retail $19.50. Rueben E Mast, 32187 CR 643, Fresno (330) 897-0065
REMINGTON 30-06, SPRG, pump action, with 3x9x40 Simmons scope. 2 Garmin Birdseye satellite imagery cards for GPS. (330) 897-4503.
FREE CHOICE mineral feeders. $50. for 16 hole. $20. for 8 hole. 23 to chose from. Joe Miller, (330) 897-1347.
PORTA PLOT First ever ear corn feeder on the market. Deer can only get limited amount of corn. Can feed apples, shelled corn, soy beans, & sunflower seeds! WOW! Money savings on gas & corn. Different models: 14, 28 & 42 days. One bin holds 20# of ear corn. Contact Dan Mast, Charm area. (330) 893-9896. ATTENTION DEER hunters. For sale: Ear corn. 40# bag for $6.00. No Sunday Sales. Eli A Yoder, 4484 TR 371, Millersburg. (330) 893-2037. FOR RENT: 12V clay pigeon thrower with automatic wobbler kit, foot peddle control. 330-763-3215. HORTON HUNTER crossbow, arrows, soft case, no quiver, $200. firm. EM Miller, 9080 S Carr Rd, Fredericksburg. FOR SALE: Red Rock 512 Game Caller, and Clay Pigeon thrower. (330) 674-3999 Ext 1
Lawn & Garden
REBUILT 50" mower deck for walk behind Gravely, $375. Gravely riding tractor with 30" tiller, $975. (330) 674-2450. FOR SALE: 52" walk behind or ride on mower, hydrostatic, floating deck, works good, $2000. (330) 601-3307. FOR SALE: 8HP Tow Behind Chipper Shreader w/Blower, Works good. $500 (330) 674-2500 ATV SPRAYER, 20 gal capacity, 12V Pump, $80. (330) 674-1988
For Sale: 4/4 Cherry lumber, kiln dried, grade uppers. (330) 674-3999
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FEBRUARY SPECIAL: 10% off batteries. Gypsy Spring Variety 6321 CR 407, Millersburg. (330) 674-0736. 1000 GAL PROPANE Tank, w/approx 60 gal propane. $1,250 (330) 466-2183
POLAROID LCD 1700 flat panel HD TV, 17 inch, perfect for dorm, bedroom or apartment. Perfect condition, 3 years old, $65. (330) 852-4297.
MAPLE SUGARING Supplies: Hydrometers, filters, small evaporators for up to 50 taps. 10% disc. on Sugarhill Jugs. Weaver Maple, 8183 TR 611, Fred-burg.
FOR SALE: Buggy, LED Lights, Glass front, Brakes, Roll-up curtain, Like new. $3,850 (330) 600-1822
FOR SALE; Used Mini Surrey, Good Condition, Fiberglass Wheels, Shaft & Springs, LED Lights, $3,000 Leon Mast (330) 276-0045
TRAILER 6X12 tandem 3 ft. sides, 12000 gww ramps. Sides. removeable. Great wood hauler skid steer tractor, $1000. 10 py tires. Light weight gravity wagon, $500. 330-231-7349 FOR SALE. Pony wagon with lights & brakes, $950. Also Dual Bio-Thane pony harness, $225. Both like new. Call 330- 695-9310. MEDIUM SIZE Brunco wood stove, $350. Gideon Raber, 3388 TR 177 Baltic, OH 43804. 330-897-0637 ext. 1. FOR SALE: 18HP Lister Diesel Motor in good condition, over hauled 2 yrs ago. Samuel Miller 47963 TR 217, Millersburg, OH 44654 FOR SALE: 30 gal Copper Kettle w/Stand, In excellent condition. $325 (330) 674-2500 CORN HOLE BAGS: $12/set of 8 bags...5 sets or more, $10/set of 8 bags. Norman C. Yoder, 4256 TR 374, Millersburg. 330-893-7421.
FOR SALE: 18" Williams Stone mill, rebuilt, $3,800. 16" Sprout - Waldron Stone mill, $3,800. (330) 674-2450. SHAVINGS ANIMAL Bedding. Mostly planer shavings. $4.25 a bale. Delivery available. 330-279-2146 FOR SALE. 3 new quilts. Queen size. (330) 789-1009.
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CLEVELAND DORNBACK Gas furnace, gravity flow, $250. Roman Hershberger (330) 674-9609
AKC FRENCH Bulldog Male, 5 yr old, Will service natural or AI, White & Brindle, (330) 674-2737†Ext 1.
SEARS HOMART: Natural gas electric wall furnace with thermo. $65.00. 7680 TR 334, Millersburg. 330-600-1459, VM.
2 REGISTERED miniature Australian Shepherds, males, 1 red merle & 1 tricolored. Born Nov. 16, 2012. $400. each. Roman Eicher, 330-464-5579.
FOR SALE: Cricuit Imagine, works, like new, used very little, will cut & print, including 5 cartridges. (330) 473-9567. FOR SALE: 110,000 BTU space heater. Real good cond. 330-852-4874. SUN PIPES, 10 inch sky light kit, brand new. 2.2 Honda, flex shaft w/ wall bracket & cover. (330) 749-1054. FOR SALE: Unvented log burning gas heater, 25000 BTU. Like new. Andy Raber, 2077 SR 557, Baltic, OH 43804. Ph. 330-897-0639 T14 MARTIN Houses, in Redwood, Cedar or Pine, Bird Feeders, Bluebird & Wren houses. Wildcat Woodcrafts 1-1/2 mi. S of Baltic, TR85 (330) 897-7403 FOR SALE: Older Surrey, $550. Pony Cart, NOT easy entry, $450. (330) 674-0759
EVEN HEAT butane iron, exc. cond., $90. (330) 698-0327.
DEHYDRATOR: 10 rack, used once. From Cabelas, regular $220 asking $175. 330-852-2326 ext. 2.
FOR SALE: Buggy with child seat, lights, brakes, front, roll up curtain, 8 years old, in good cond. 330-893-4710.
WOOD FURNACE 'N gas insert. Very good condition. Will heat large area. Grates like new. $325. 419-994-5156
FOR SALE: 75 gal. hydraulic oil tank. Vickers V-20-20 oil pump. 8x10 garage door, complete, 1 panel all glass, like new. New screen for door opening. Atlee J J Yoder, 6467 CR 19, Millersburg. (330) 674-6985.
FOR SALE: Fence Posts, $4.00 each. Uria M. Gingerich 9614 Senff Rd. Dundee, Ohio 44624 1 mile South of Mt. Eaton
FOR SALE: 18 HP Vanguard motor, triple pulley, good cond. $600. Also 50,000 BTU natural gas heater, $180. Daniel Keim, 5340 TR 606, Fredericksburg.
FOR SALE: Snap-on Blue Point Tool Box, 2 pc, 9 drawers, full of tools. Value $2,000 - asking $1,500 OBO Call after 4pm. (330) 465-2755
FOR SALE: Oak Porch Swings, Corn Hole Games, Kids Carts, Childs Poly Picnic Tables. Wildcat Woodcrafts (330) 897-7403
GRAIN OVAL shaped fuel oil tank on legs, $125/obo; Also, 6-gun cabinet, $20. (330) 893-1999.
FOR SALE: Coal Eze, hard coal stove with domestic water reservoir. Also ash hopper on casters. 330-852-4874.
FOR SALE: Mini surrey, good condition! LED side lights, all lights work, sliding doors, w/rear door, $4000. 330-472-9718.
NEW PFAFF Sewing & Embroidery Machines and Sergers for sale. Available at Lackman's Sewing Center, Apple Creek, OH 330-698-3060.
40 GAL. stainless steel cooker. with handles & legs, in sock. Also 20 & 30 gal. available. Send $2. for catalog. Rolling Acres Housewares, 31640 SR 643, Fresno, OH 43824. 3 1/2 miles SW of New Bedford. FOR SALE: Black Pioneer Prince wood cook stove with reservoir. Good condition. Ivan L. Miller, 6864 Salt Creek Rd., Fredericksburg, OH 44627 FOR SALE: Used Solid Oak Sewing Machine Cabinet, w/lift, good condition. $350. (330) 893-3808 FOR SALE: Boy's buggy, steel wheels, brakes & lights. $2000. Mark Miller, 330-674-5499. FOR SALE: New 20 gallon cast iron kettle with stand. Ervin Weaver, 5571 TR 606, Fredericksburg, OH 44627. Ph. 330695-2905 FOR SALE: Miller air press 6 ton 18"x24" table $375. 16" K & L blower, $575. Vertical shop press $125. 9 HP Honda, $325. Scenic View Engine, 5673 CR 59, Millersburg. 330-674-2450.
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AKC MALE Boston Terrier for stud service for choice of pup in litter. (330)763-1207 FREE COONHOUNDS & Beagles. (740) 824-4692.
208 Knollton Dr, Millersburg 2 BR, 2 BA condo with 1 car garage. Low maintenance property and in town convenience. $120,000 steve Maag 330-763-4769
3762 Cr 58, Millersburg New 3 BR, 2 BA ranch home to be built on 0.435 acre lot. Country setting. Make your plans now to choose your features. $167,000 steve Maag 330-763-4769
FOR SALE: 4 yr. old Beagle, runs his own rabbit, $75/obo. Brandon Raber, 5009 TR 628, Millersburg, OH 44654. (330) 275-8136. KENNEL BUILDING, 15 runs & 3 whelping, hot water heater & washdowns. (330) 749-1054, leave message.
BOXER MIX puppies, very cute, $30. each. Six weeks, Jan. 25. Call (330) 674-4423.
(2) PUG females: 6 mo. old, $300 & 3 yr. old, $200; Pug proven male, $150. Raymond Raber, (330) 897-0130.
AKC AND ACA Blenheim Cavalier male, proven, and DNA tested. Also 8 months old tri-male 330-893-0423 ext 2.
FOR SALE: 330-465-2021
One 15 month old brown & white female Fox Terrier, (330) 897-2909 ext 1. FOR SALE: AKC Registered Pug Male, Fawn color, 1 yr old, $300. (330) 698-0460 RESERVE YOUR lab puppy, (all colors), for Valentine's Day now. (330) 317-6637. BLACK LAB mixed puppies, smart & attentive, ready for good homes, $50. Born 12/15. 330-359-0414.
ENGLISH BULLDOG Kennel Sell-out! (330) 897-0162 WANTED: 5-6 1/2 lbs Maltese male to cross breed. (330) 893-0602, leave message. FOR SALE 1 1/2 year old Blue Heeler female, good family dog. Also 5 Puggle females from 3-5 years old. Wayne Burkholder, (330) 897-3130. ACA BRINDLE Shitzu Male, born 5/7/2004. Aggressive sure breeder. 2 yr old Pomeranian Grate Female, $250 ea. Also, Yellow Pomeranian female, Free. (330) 473-8232 RAT TERRIER female, 8 weeks old. .Also Fox Terrier/ Chihuahua mix, 6 weeks old, males & females. (330) 749-2248. PUPPIES FOR Sale! 3/4 English Bulldog, 1/4 Boston Terrier, 8 wks old, 3 females left. Up to date on shots/wormed. (330) 674-1871
GOLDEN RETRIEVER Puppies. Born 12-20-12. Nice puppies. 2 females, 1 male left. Females $400. Males $350. 330-279-2146 ATTENTION DOG BREEDERS. Annual Seminar & Trade Show, Sat., Feb. 23 @ Abe N Miller's, 29952 CR 10, Fresno, OH. Doors open at 7:30 am. Speakers at 8:30 including Dr. Gessler, Bio Shield, Pet Shop Owner, Dave Hall & more. Many vendors offering discounts. Door prizes throughout the day including a puppy. Lunch by local school. For more info contact Ervin Raber, 330-674-1314. FOR SALE: AKC Cavalier puppies, 8 wks. old, Blenhiem, 2 males, 1 female, shots/wormed, family raised. 330-359-5770, leave message. AKC TOY poodle puppies, 8 pups to choose from, 4 males & 4 females. Very cute. Shots & wormed. 2 born 1/24/13 & 6 born 2/3/13. Alpine Hills Toy Poodles. (330) 359-5748. FOR SALE: older beagle female. Would make good pet. Friendly dog, $25. 330-466-7104 REGISTERED GERMAN Shepherd puppy, black male, 4 months old. $600. Phone (330) 359-5760. FOR SALE: Border Collie puppies, 6 weeks old. $60. each. Joseph Yoder, (330) 359-0198 FOR SALE: 7 1/2 month German Shepherd male, $150. 740-623-0650 ext. 1. FOR SALE: 1 yr. old German Shepherd, sable, $350. (330) 852-8620
YORKIE MALE AKC B. 1-8-10. Nice pet. $280. G.B. Yoder, 31640 SR 643, Fresno. 3 1/2 mi. SW New Bedford.
AKC LASSIE Collie Male, 6 yr old, Tri-colored, Produces nice puppies, Would make good family dog. $200 OBO (330) 567-0081
FOR SALE: 1 year old Yellow Lab/Golden Retriever cross, friendly. (330) 359-0726.
FOR SALE: 4 yr old Chihuahua male, Long hair, black. (330) 674-0736
PLOTT BORDER Collie cross pups. out of hunting stock. 8 weeks old. $50. each. Charm, OH. (330) 893-0121.
FOR SALE: 1 yr old UKC Walker male, out of good stock, $50 OBO Henry Hershberger, (330) 893-0029
FOR SALE: 1 yr. old 3/4 Red Heeler, would make good farm dog. $50.00 (330) 674-1018.
FOR SALE: Male Beagle, runs rabbits, $30. obo. (330) 567-9561.
1 YR old beagle male, well started. Also Cavalier male. (330) 674-0156 ext 1.
FOR SALE: Rabbits: Mini Rex, Dwarf & Lionhead. Bunnies: Dwarf & Dutch Belt. Free cats. (330) 674-1900. DOG KENNEL 10x20, 25 inside/outside runs, 3 whelping boxes. 330-893-7065, ext. 2.
BOXER BRINDLE male available for stud service. Proven breeder. 330-621-8426, Fredericksburg.
FOR SALE: 2 Cur Females, Started on Coon, $50 ea. (330) 567-0081 FOR SALE: Homing pigeons, exotic colors. 330-852-4874.
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7439 tr 129, Millersburg Unique 4 BR, 3 bath executive home on 16.5 acres. Country privacy with panoramic views. $425,000 steve Maag 330-763-4769
7435 tr 129, Millersburg 3 Bedroom country home on 2.4 acres. Bank barn with lean-to addition. 1.5 miles southwest of town. $155,000 steve Maag 330-763-4769
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AKC SIBERIAN Husky Puppies. 1 male, 2 females. Black and white with blue eyes. Shots and wormed, 10 wks old. Champion bloodlines, $500. 330-465-5690
FOR SALE: Good used Nordic Track Treadmill in very good condition. Asking $275 or better offer. Leave message. 330-893-4316
VERY SHARP Sheeba Female, 3 yrs o l d , had pups once, was a good mom. Not Registered. $100 OBO. (330) 893-2607 Call after 4:30pm.
POLAR HEART Rate Monitor, receiver, transmitter, and strap. Like New. Paid $120 asking $75. (330) 378-3431
PEKE-A-POO PUPPIES, Vaccinated & Wormed, born 12-21-12, will be small. $150 each (330) 276-5613
FOR SALE. Proform Spinner bike, 1 yr. old, like new, mint condition, $260. 330-893-4062.
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FOR SALE: Toy Fox Terrier female, 20 mo. old, $85. Edward Troyer, (330) 852-4835.
FOR SALE: (2) Hydraulic Motors, good condition, $300 each. Daniel Miller, 5764 CR 68, Millersburg OH 330-231-1758 or 330-674-1859.
AKC BLACK & White Shitzu Male, Proven & Aggressive, (330) 852-4283 POMERANIAN MALE, ACA, 4 yr old cream, 8 lbs., nice face & good hair coat, $200. Maltese male, ACA, 1 yr old, 7 3/4 lbs, $250. (330) 674-2883. BREED reduction - (8) Yorkie females, (2) Yorkie males. (330) 317-8570 FOR SALE: 10 wk old Australian Shepherd Male, Red & White, Good sheep or cattle dog, out of good stock, can be registered. (740) 291-7013 6 MONTHS old black lab mix, female, black, loves kids, $30. (330) 695-9877, Voice Mail. 3/4 Golden Retriever, female, 1 yr. old, $150/obo. 330-473-5331. FOR SALE: 7/8 Bulldog female, mostly white, 2 yrs. old, $250. Aden D Schlabach, 3710 CR 200, Fredericksburg, OH 44627. (330) 359-0182. FOR SALE: ACA Miniature Schnauzer male, proven, (1) Tri-color ACA Shitzu male, proven. (3) Miniature Schnauzer females. (330) 852-1084 FOR SALE: Bulldog boxer mix female. 1 1/2 year old brindle. Make offer. 330-275-2407.
FOR SALE: Pootatukc Miter Trimmer, , MEC 300 ST Miter Chop Saw, Champion 14" Band Saw, Flooring Nailer. (330) 674-3999 Ext 1 FOR SALE: 5500 Watt Honda Generat o r , on a cart, auto idle. $1,200 OBO In Good Condition. 4500 Watt Honda Generator, auto idle. $700 OBO (330) 473-8989 FOR SALE: 4-roll power feed for rip table w/ stand, air powered, good cond., $575. (330) 674-2450. 110,000 BTU REDDY kerosene space heater, exc. cond., $125. Kipor 2000 watt inverter generator, $300. 12 ft x 16 ft two section pallet racking, $225. Call (330) 897-6602. FOR SALE: 11 HP electric start Honda motor and 5 HP Saylor Beall air compressor Daniel Hershberger, 8101 Weaver Rd, Fredericksburg, 44627. GAS GENSET, 35KW Natural Gas Genset w/enclosure, brand new unit, new price $18,000. Sell for $8,000. (330) 231-2634
Wanted to Buy
LARGE NEPOLEON wood burner in good cond. (330) 674-9900. WANTED: 1940's, 1950's pickup truck. Fair to good condition. Running or not. 440-823-2591 WANTED: NEW or used open top hanging feeders for poulet house. Mahlon Yoder, 740-622-1386 WANTED: ADLER 267 or 867 commercial sewing machine. Weaver's Upholstery, 9880 Massillon Rd, Dundee, OH 44624. CASH FOR your Honda motors, working or non-working. Will pick up. 330-674-3971 ext 1. WANTED: GOOD used mini surrey. 330-852-4367 ext. 1. WANTED: OLD lard suitable to make suet cakes. Leroy Hochstetler, 6301 TR 606, Fredericksburg. 330-695-5101 WANTED: SMALLER male beagle. 2-4 years old that hunts rabbits well. Aaron Chupp 9107 T.R. 609 Fredericksburg, Ohio 44627 WANTED TO BUY: Used Treadmill. (330) 893-3673. WANTED: SOMEONE to take down o l d e r Shop building. 36x60. Make an offer on materials. Aaron Chupp, 4752 TR 369, Millersburg, (330) 473-8275
STAINLESS STEEL CHIMNEYS HI-TEMP MASONRY LINERS
All types of chimney relining: gas, oil, wood & coal.
FOR SALE: Snow Ski's w/Poles, Boots, & Ski Bag, Like New. $150 OBO. (330) 695-7104 FOR SALE. ProForm spinner bike, 1 yr. old, like new, mint condition. $260. Call (330) 893-4062.
FOR SALE Chain Saws: Husqvarna 18 in, good cond, $150. McCulloch 18 in, very good, $135. Homelite 14 in, good cond., $55. Browning & S & K pulleys. Two 2 groove, 9.75 in. One 4 groove 9.75 in. One 2 groove, 8.50 in. One single groove, 12.75 in. Also some smaller 2 groove. Two FAF nir 1 7/16 in & two 1 1/4 in bearings, pulleys and bearings are like new. Two unvented N. G. heaters, one with thermostat, $90. Abe A Yoder, 2831 TR 151, Millersburg. 330-893-1521
FOR SALE: Widebelt sander, 37" doublehead TimeSaver, good cond. Set up for lineshaft. $10,000. Roy C. Miller, 4723 TR 613, Fredericksburg, OH 44627.
FOR SALE: Siberian Husky Puppies, 3 wks old, 3 female, 3 male. $450 (330) 674-3999
Tools Machinery 355
HILAND SUPPLY CO. LTD. Advanced Chimney Technology
3878 CR 135, Millersburg, OH 44654 • 330-893-4724
SPECIAL TROTTING SALE At Smokey Lane Stables
February 22, 2013 | Tack at 4:30 PM | Horses at 6:00 PM We will be selling 150 horses with some of the BEST trotters we have ever had! Need that special horse? Don’t miss this sale! Early Consignments: * 9 yr G Mr. Lovac, King Conch, 3 whites, the right kind * Big G Balance Image * 9 yr G Western Hanover, 3 whites * 4 yr G Dewy Cheatmhow * 11 yr Stallion 1:56, $192,000, Famously, Royal Prestige, Speed-N-Action * 7 yr Son of Valley Victor, Snafu dam * 7 yr Grin from Ear to Ear, train to trot
4 year old Andover Hall – Donerail
Auctioneer: Myron Miller
Smokey Lane Stables, Inc. 686 Smokey Lane Road NW, Sugarcreek, OH 44681 | P: 330.852.2237
Wanted to Buy 355
BRIDGESTONE 400 Older style racing bike, working condition or not. A Yoder, (330) 695-9873
Wanted to Buy 355
WANTED: BOXER and Rotweiler females. 330-473-5889
Wanted to Buy
YOU GOT SCRAP, we got cash. Pickups available. No equipment or vehicle too big for our disposal. 330-275-7980.
Crilow Farms Real Estate Auctions 2 Holmes County Farms
Auction Location (Farm #1): 7001 TR 346 Holmesville OH 44633. From Millersburg take SR 83 north 4 miles to TR 346, turn west .7 mile to property. From Wooster & US 250 take SR 83 south 13 miles to TR 346, west to property. Watch for Signs! (Both Farms will be sold from this location)
Saturday March 2nd, 2013 • 11:00 AM
Farm #1 – 220.896 Acre Farm Location: Same as Auction Location * 220.896 Acres * Prairie Township * Holmes County * 11 Parcels * Newer Ranch Home * Large Barn & Feed Lot * Pasture Ground * Good Tillable Land * Wooded Land * Great Hunting * Free Gas * 50% of mineral rights * Head Locks & Steinway Gates w/ Latches * Open for Inspection: Monday February 18th – 4:00 to 6:00 PM What a great opportunity to purchase a beautiful Holmes County farm just in time for spring to capitalize on your farm expansion or building plans. This farm offers a nice variety of land including good bottom tillable farm ground, hilltop building sites, wooded hunting land, and a respectable home and large bank barn. The home, built in 2004, features oak kitchen with all appliances, living room, 2 bedrooms, and a full bath on the main floor, a full walkout basement, 2 car attached garage, and free gas from the existing well. Large bank barn has free stall areas and also features a large feed lot. The farm has 2 water wells and multiple springs providing water to various troughs throughout different pasture areas. These improvements are in good workable condition and have been well maintained. These types of farms don’t come to market very often in this area so make plans to attend this exciting auction! Parcel 1: 27 Acres w/ 50’ Frontage on TR 346. Open hill side pasture ground with beautiful views. Parcel 2: 20 Acres w/ 576’ Frontage on TR 346. Nice open field with wooded areas. Good building site. Parcel 3: 8.77 Acres w/ 465’ Frontage on TR 346. Good building site. Parcel 4: 8 Acres w/ access via 50’ Private Rd. Good Building Site. Parcel 5: 24 Acres w/ access via 50’ Private Rd. Includes Home and all improvements. Nice secluded Gentlemen’s farm! Parcel 6: 16.86 Acres w/ access via 50’ Private Rd. Good pasture & hay ground and building site. Parcel 7: 9 Acres w/ 250’ Frontage on TR 346 & 144’ Frontage on TR 559. Good building site. Parcel 8: 17 Acres w/ 707’ Frontage on TR 559. Nice cabin or home site w/ excellent wooded land & hunting. Killbuck Creek access. Parcel 9: 27 Acres w/ 410’ Frontage on TR 559. Good wooded land w/ Killbuck Creek access. Parcel 10: 22.34 Acres w/ 1500’ Frontage on TR 346. Excellent bottom ground w/ some woods and Killbuck Creek access. Parcel 11: 42.08 Acres w/ 50’ Frontage on TR 346. Excellent bottom ground w/ some woods and Killbuck Creek access. Adjacent to the Holmes County Trail. Steinway Gates w/ Latches & Head Locks: Approximately 20 Steinway Gates w/ latches; 124 Steinway & Gingway Headlocks. This will be sold directly following the real estate. Payment due day of sale; must be removed by the buyer 45 days after auction. Mineral Rights: The seller will retain 50% of all gas & oil rights until a new deep well is drilled at which time they will retain for a period of 5 years. After the 5 years all gas & oil rights will revert back to the land owner. Parcels 1-9 are HBP with two producing wells. Parcels 10-11 are leased to Anadarko with no wells. This lease is set to expire in August 2013. Farm # 2 – 136.859 Acres Location: TR 568 Holmesville OH 44633. GPS Coordinates: 40.623269,-81.896939. Directions: From SR 83 in Holmesville take Main St. east 2 blocks to Millersburg St. turn south ¼ mile to CR 189 (Benton Rd.) turn east 1.5 miles to TR 568 south to property. From SR 241 in Benton midway between Millersburg & Mt. Hope take CR 189 (Benton Rd.) northwest 3 miles to TR 568 south to property. Property will be sold directly following first farm and from Farm 1 Location. * 136.859 Vacant Acres * Prairie Township * Holmes County * 2 Parcels * Excellent Tillable Plow Ground * A very productive 136+ acre farm. With over 105 acres of tillable land, this farm has proven 200 bushel corn yields and is nestled next to a creek bed. Whether you’re a grain farmer, dairyman, or investor this land will certainly grow in the money as a solid improvement to any portfolio. Parcel 1: 70.2 Acres w/ 50’ Frontage on TR 568. Approximately 45 acres tillable and 25 acres wooded. Parcel 2: 66.66 Acres w/ 320’ Frontage on TR 568. Productive 60 Acres bottom plow ground. Mineral Rights: The seller will retain 50% of all gas & oil rights until a new deep well is drilled at which time they will retain for 5 years. After the 5 years all gas & oil rights will revert back to the land owner. Entire farm is Held by Production. Terms: 10% nonrefundable down payment day of sale with the balance due at closing. No Contingencies. Acreage & frontage amounts including lot markers are approximate to final survey and subject to final Holmes County approvals. Buyer to pay $500 per surveyed parcel. Any desired inspections must be completed prior to bidding. Portions of both farms are located in flood zones. Announcement’s day of sale will take precedence. Legal: Parcel #’s 1700369003 & 1700162000 located in Prairie Township of Holmes County and the Southeast Local School District. Yearly Taxes for Farm #1 are $4,329.02 and for Farm #2 are $1,192.06. All are based on CAUV and any recoupment will be the buyer’s responsibility. Auction by order of: Crilow Farms, LTD
(330) 852-4111 888-852-4111 www.kaufmanrealty.com
DAVE KAUFMAN, BROKER & AUCTIONEER CURT YODER, REALTOR & AUCTIONEER email@example.com (330) 204-2447 JR. MILLER, REALTOR & AUCTIONEER firstname.lastname@example.org (330) 231-1914 SUSAN CRILOW, REALTOR email@example.com (330) 763-3734
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WANTED: MAPLE Sap Pan with stand/frame Any size. Also looking for sap buckets. (330) 674-0809†Ext 1 WANTED: NATURAL Gas incubator in good condition. Also, Garden Tiller. (330) 893-3640†x4 WANTED: Used Sulky in good condition. (330) 473-9567.
Home Condo For Sale
6-1/2 ACRES w/2 Homes, a barn and pasture, plus detached 2 car garage. For sale just outside of Millersburg located on SR 241. (330) 603-9974 for details. 2,500 SQ Ft Home for Sale. 11391 TR 502, Millersburg. Built Dec 2008. 1.95 Acres. (330) 231-4878 and advertised on forsalebyowner.com $195,000. FOR SALE: 2 bedroom 2 bath condo. Gas furnace, C.A., kitchen appliances in Mbg. Reasonable price. 330-695-5432 4 BR, 2 bath house on S Market St in Berlin. Fully furnished. $175,000. (330) 231-3873.
Mobile Home For Sale
NEW 4 Bed Double Wide
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CENTURY 1993, 3 BR mobile home in Dundee. Good shape. $9,500. Available March 1. Must be moved. (330) 359-0270.
Mobile Home 500 For Sale
1997 16X80 Mobile Home for sale, great shape, $16,000. Can stay on the lot. Stove & Frig included. New Roof, Whirlpool tub, 2 ba. Call (330) 600-0922
FOR RENT -2 BR upstairs apt. in downtown Sugarcreek. Will be available March 1st. Call (330) 852-9191 1 BR apt for rent in Millersburg. $325/mo + utilities. Call 330-231-5585 after 4:30 p.m.
BUYING FIXABLE & unused vehicles, will take junk vehicles too. Paying more than scrap price on most. 330-473-0400. PAYING CASH, $300 - $1000 for unwanted cars, trucks & vans. Call Mike, 330-256-0458.
Auto Parts Accessories
TIRES, SET of Four, excellent tread, Firestone Precision Touring, P195/65R15 89T. MTS. $220. (330) 763-1954
Comm. Property - Rent WILL TRADE-- 1988 Force outboard, 50-horse with steering controls - would like to trade for 25-horse. (330) 763-1463.
TRAILSIDE RENTALS, 8000 sq ft facility, ideal for Thanksgiving & Christmas banquets. Catering options available. Family reunions, weddings, receptions, birthday parties, family gatherings, business seminars. Call for rates and dates. 1/4 mile East of Highway 515 on Weaver Ridge Rd, (CR 168) in Trail. 330-275-4624.
Mobile Home Rentals
VERY SMALL 3 br. mobile home on private lot near hospital in Millersburg. Assist pets only. Dep. & refs. req. $445/mo. +utililites. (330) 465-2573.
FOR SALE: $2000 16 ft. Lund with 2001 25 H.P. Mercury trolling motor fish finder. All safety equipt. Excellent cond. Willis Yoder 5141 T.R. 613 Fredericksburg, OH 44627 FOR SALE: 17 ft MFG with 80 HP Mercury outboard, runs good, very good cond. or will trade for 16 ft aluminum with 99. 60 HP Evinrude with electric shift, runs, good condition. 65 HP Johnston, runs but needs work. 33 HP Johnston, needs work. For more information call (330) 674-2500.
RVs & Campers 650
1990 FORD van, V8 auto, TV, bed, loaded, 140K miles, great shape inside & out, $2800. obo. 1989 Yukon Wilderness, 27 ft pull camper, sleeps 6, great shape, $3200. obo. 330-231-4170.
2002 DODGE Durango, 140,000 miles, 3rd row seats, leather interior, V8 engine. Works great. $3800. Call or text 330-401-5207.
'01 OLDSMOBILE Bravada, AWD 4.3 liter, Runs great, no rust, high mileage, $1,700 OBO. (330) 231-8274
FOR SALE: 1994 Ford Ranger, Good Running Truck, $1000 OBO. Lester Miller (330) 231-2653 92' Ford Ranger, 4 Cyl., 70K Miles on Engine. $1,900. (330) 674-7957 after 4pm. FOR SALE: FORD F-250, 4-dr., 4x4, 7.3 diesel, runs good. Negotiable. Call 330-231-1475.
2002 FORD Windstar, 82,000 miles,
1992 CHRYSLER convertible, V6, auto, 93K mi, $1500. obo. 1993 GMC truck, V6 auto, long bed, good shape, 110K mi, $3200. obo. (330) 231-4170.
retor, 3 spd, Runs Good. $300 (330) 231-6196
HONDA 300 4 wheeler, 4WD, $2200. obo. Arctic Cat Prowler, 650H1, $5800. 330-763-0376 or 330-359-5753.
2009 POLARIS Sportsman 850 XP, has wench, low hours, good shape. $6400. obo. (330) 473-7463.
TREATED LUMBER fence boards, fence posts, 1x4, 1x6, 1x8, 2x4, 2x6, 2x8, 4x4, 4x6, 4x8, 6x6, 6x8, 8x8, length up to 20 ft, more sizes available! 330-763-4614
Lawn & Gardening
• Excellent cultivator • Lifetime warranty on tines
Demos & 08650 AD12337327 144 Rentals 66480 Available
BERLIN GRAVELY SALES 4319 County Road 168 • Millersburg, OH 44654
God is Love
DUST BUNNIES Cleaning Co. offers an affordable housecleaning service tailored to meet your needs. Insured/bonded. Call Michelle at (330) 844-1604. I WILL clean your house weekly or every other week. Have references. Need transportation. (330) 279-2627.
SWISS CONSTRUCTION. Amish Crew, specialising in pole bldgs., horse barns, riding arenas, machine sheds, garages. For all your pole building needs call 330-763-3937.
YODER'S FENCE & Brush Removal. Will built all types of farm fence. 23 yrs. exp. Free Estimates. 330-763-0497 Building all types of wood & wire fences. Have ambusher to clear old fence rows. Free estimates. United Fencing 330-359-2314, ext.1/ 330-231-8813
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AMISH TAXI, short or long hauls, 2 mini vans, 80¢ a mile. 330-897-2170 or 330-390-0164.
FOR SALE: Gold Gym 310 elliptical, very good cond. $180. Call (330) 359-2301.
CEILINGS PAINTED, $35. per room.Call Hershberger Painting for all your painting needs. 330-231-3850. UNLESS MONEY is not an issue - you owe it to yourself to call Gorilla Painting! (330) 231-3541.
Twin Pine Printing & Advertising Catalog & Brochure Designing Custom Forms- Pens- Calenders & More Ph 330-359-2453 - Fax 330-359-0106
Roofing & Spouting
MILLER ROOFING and construction. Call now to schedule your new roof. Metal, shingles, conklin and rubber roof. Call 330-231-6196.
1026 Schools - Christian WOOSTER CHRISTIAN School Legacy Auction, Sat. Mar. 2, 9-1. 4599 Burbank Rd., free admission, lunch, items for all ages.
STORAGE UNITS available just outside of Nashville Ohio on Route 39. Starting at $29.00 per month. 330-674-4365.
Taxi Limo Shuttle
VAN AVAILABLE for rent. 2008 Ford 15-passenger XLT, hitch receiver, privacy glass, reasonable rates, Millersburg. Schedule now. (330) 231-4493. 4 DOOR taxi service available, located outside of Millersburg. 60¢ per mile. Call 330-600-2890.
SIGLER PAINTING specializing in neat, clean, quality interior painting. Third generation painter. Excellent references. Free estimates. (330) 317-7048.
WE BUY junk cars 262-9300
Garages Garage Doors
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CRAYTON CARPENTRY can take care of your remodeling or addition. Quality Comes Standard. 330-231-7195
207 Doors & Windows
Building Materials 775
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VINYL WINDOWS, new construction & replacement with heavy duty aluminum screen. Free estimates. Free Installation. Hillside Windows, 1951 TR 152, Baltic, OH 43804. (330) 897-1222 ext 3
2000 CHEVY S-10, 2WD, 127,000 miles, $1500. obo. (330) 231-5291.
Automobiles 4 WHEELER, 110CC, 2WD, New carbu- leather, video, power door, $4,900.
1998 LINCOLN Continental: 70,000 miles. No rust. Good cond. $2400. 330-674-3533
OAK RAISED panel doors (4) new 18x80 solid doors, $75/each OBO. ($150/ea. new). (330) 466-5849
01' LINCOLN Navigator, V8, 5.4 Liter, Tow Pkg, 3rd row seating, moon roof, tlr brks, 168K Miles, New whl brgs/Shocks. $3,500 OBO 330- 600-9273 2001 MITSUBISHI Montero Sport. 6 cyl. 4x4. Nice cond. $3000. 330-276-5381
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FOR SALE: D.S. Circulator hard coal stoves, large. Good condition. Alfred Chupp, 8173 TR 601, Fredericksburg, OH FOR SALE: Large Hitzer wood stove. Good for shop, $200. Monroe Schlabach, 9295 TR 609, Fredericksburg, OH 44627 FOR SALE: Jazzy Power Wheelchair, Good Condition. $300 Call (330) 231-8944
FOGGED HOUSE WINDOWS? We can fix them without replacing the entire window. (330) 674-7556.
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College Hills Honda
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HUGE Sales Event
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We Specialize in the Sale of Honda Factory Certified Used Cars Exclusive in Wooster
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99 Chevy Express
93 Buick LeSabre
Power Seat, Power Widows & Locks, Cloth, Cassette Stereo
97 Ford 1/2 Ton Reg
Power Seat, Power Windows & Locks, Bedliner, Cassette Stereo, Air.
Cargo Van, Power Windows & Locks, Alloy Wheels, Air.
91 Chevy 3/4 Ton 4x4 00 GMC Safari SLE RWD 96 Dodge 1/2 Ton Ext 4x4 SLT 95 Chevy 1/2 Ton 2WD
Power Windows & Locks, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air.
Power Windows & Locks, Alloy Wheels, Air, Tow Package.
Power Windows & Locks, Bedliner, Running Boards, Alloy Wheels, Air, Tow Package.
Tilt Wheel, Alloy Wheels, Air, Tow Package.
99 Olds 88 Royale LS
Power Seat, Power Windows & Locks, Cassette Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air.
03 Chevy Venture
Cargo Van, Power Windows & Locks, Tilt Wheel, Cruise Control, CD Stereo.
04 Ford Escape
Power Seat, Power Windows & Locks, 6-CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Tow Package.
02 Mercury Grand Marquis LS
Power Seats, Leather, Power Windows & Locks, Cassette/ Stereo, Air
00 Chevy Express Cargo Van
Running Boards, Tilt Wheel, Cargo, Air, 1 Owner.
02 Jeep Liberty Limited 4x4
Power Seat, Power Windows & Locks, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air.
99 Chevy Tahoe LT 4x4
Power Windows & Locks, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air, Tow Package.
02 Suzuki Grand Vitara
4x4, Power Windows & Locks, Tilt Wheel, Cruise Control, CD Stereo, Air.
04 Saturn ION
Power Windows & Locks, Tilt Wheel, Cruise Control, CD Stereo, Air.
01 Chevy S10 Ext
Power Windows & Locks, Tilt Wheel, Cruise Control, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air, Tow Package.
02 Jeep Liberty Sport 4x4
Power Windows & Locks, Power Sunroof, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Tow Package.
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03 Buick Lesabre
Power Heated Leather, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air, 1 Owner.
09 Yamaha Vstar
Only 2,800 Miles!!! Many Extras.
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