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Index Church: Page 5 Community: Page 5 Entertainment: Pages 8-9 Farm: Page 10 Health: Page 15 Lawn, garden: Pages 19-21 Organic: Pages 22-23 Obituaries: Page 17, 26, 29 Sports: Page 30
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By KELLEY MOHR Staff Writer With the snow finally starting to melt, now is the time to begin spring home improvement chores. Don’t panic — Keim Lumber can help. After beautifying the home from top to bottom on the inside, Keim Lumber’s lawn and garden department can help homeowners put the finishing touches on the Holmes Humane outside. Society to meet Offering everything from weather stations, tonight rain gauges and garHolmes County Huden tools to thermommane Society meets eters, bird feeders and tonight (Thursday, April mailboxes, to lawn care 11) at 7 at the Life Center items, landscaping tools, in MIllersburg. outdoor toys and games and farm and pet supplies, Keim Lumber is a Liberty Coalition one-stop shop for spring to meet tonight home improvement needs. The Holmes County “Keim Lumber carries Liberty Coalition will a dwide prod, of meet Thursday, April ar 11,ing Ai nty, Mike Schenk photo ra arvariety arra dW Ainty ing arW He’s Best He stMillersBeer ’s ica ericaat ucts to! help tidy up your Am atAm 7 p.m. the After beautifying the home from top to bottom on the inside, Keim Lumber’s lawn and garden ! ide ide nw nw tio nase ceth ce natio rvi serviwi withInn. home this spring,” said department can help homeowners put the finishing touches on the outside. burg Comfort & Service & Service Marketing Keim Lumber The program will be vicines vicesour sales staff home — inside and out,” de g de arin ar ir Slabach. nt he ntghe Repa Repair materials Manager Eric more.” one’s lawn to from curre “Unearthing America’s ur cu ur yode yoprotecting inTra in rre deand Tra “From lawn and garden, The helpful staff at keep it looking beautiful. regarding Christian Foundations” yo%urof yo ur the projects said Slabach. & anings & of50 % anings Cle 50 Cle to to up up e e iv iv ce ce re re to and housewares, Keim Lumber under“Keim is the place to you are working on. A d d an an * paintAd * ts justments Adjustmenstands neofwf aworld new See Pg. 3 — CALENDAR fa See Pg. 7 — KEIM tools, flooring, building the importance of se receive wonderful advice of ideas for your ice ice prha seofpr rcha rc
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Holmes 4-H’ers selling Fenton beads to raise money for new fairgrounds Local 4-H supporters can show their 4-H pride with a new, custom-
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Rim Rock Riders 4-H designed by Fenton artiClub of Holmes County, sans. The club is using and the bead itself was the bead as a focal point
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Calendar benefit for the Clinton to hold pancake Township Fire and Resand “Faith of our Found- cue, will be held Friday, breakfast ing Fathers.” April 12, from 5-9 p.m. Millersburg Boy Scout The public is welcome at Des Dutch Essen- Troop 358 is holding a panto attend. haus, 176 N. Market St., cake and sausage breakShreve. fast on Saturday, April 13, Servers will be mem- 7-10:30 a.m., at The Life Fish fry tonight bers of the department Center of the Millersand all tips will go burg Christian Church on to benefit toward the purchase of a North Clay Street, MillersInteract Club Lifepak 15 Defibrillator burg. Cost is by donation. To An all you care to eat fish to be used on the squad fry will be served tonight (demo unit will be on go containers are available. (Thursday, April 11), display). from 5-7 p.m. at the Ashland County-West Hol- Scout Troop 358 See Pg. 11 — CALENDAR mes Career Center, 1783 State Route 60, Ashland. Sponsored by student-led Interact Club, cost is $8 for It’s not the tent that’s huge - it’s the SAVINGS! You’ll be surprised at what you’ll Find adults; $7 for seniors and $6 for children. Everyday, 10% discount to the first 10 (Continued From Page 1)
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constructed at Harvest Ridge. The beads are being sold for $35 each, and the club will donate 100 percent of the profits from the sales to the fairgrounds. The club’s goal is to be able to donate a minimum of $1,300 to the fairgrounds. The bead features a Fenton core with a white glass background and the word “4-H” and the 4-H clover alternating around the bead. It is designed to be worn on a variety of bead jewelry items, including bracelets and watches. Like all Fenton glassware, the bead is made in the U.S. Rim Rock Riders is accepting bead orders for immediate delivery through individual club members, via email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by phone at 330-763-1017. THE BARGAIN SHED
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Alpine Cabinets renovates pioneer-era log home into cabinet showcase
Alpine Cabinets’ official 25th anniversary celebration and grand opening of its new facility in Winesburg will take place on Friday, April 12 from 9 a.m.-8 p.m. and Saturday, April 13 from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. shop and main showroom are located just a couple miles away, down a meandering township road, but can be difficult to find for folks who aren’t used to traversing country roads. So to reach more potential customers, Wengerd purchased what he thought was an otherwise ordinary building uptown
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to showcase Alpine Cabinets’ work. But as renovations began, Wengerd discovered that his diamond-inthe-rough actually was an early- to mid-19th-century log home; no doubt built by one of the town’s early settlers. Wengerd’s discovery is the third such “surprise” experienced in
What was thought to be an ordinary building in Winesburg, purchased to showcase Alpine Cabinet’s work, was discovered during renovation to be a 19th century log home. Winesburg in recent years. “When we started tearing into things and removing old plaster, we found logs behind the walls,” Wengerd said. It didn’t take long to conclude the structure was an extremely old, handbuilt log home. “We knew we had something really unique then, so it made this showcase idea more meaningful. Preserving a piece of our town’s his-
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Winesburg, Ohio is a lot like a living postcard — from days gone by. Visitors to this tiny Amish Country village on U.S. route 62 will find a working General Store and a collection of wonderful old buildings, many of which date far back into the 19th century. Ironically, as Alpine Cabinets owner Eli Wengerd and others have discovered recently, the real history and beauty of Winesburg sometimes is hidden under layers of 20th Century “improvements.” Those improvements will be on display during Alpine Cabinets’ official 25th anniversary celebration and grand opening of its new facility, which will take place on Friday, April 12 from 9 a.m.-8 p.m. and Saturday, April 13 from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. The celebration will be a town-wide venture, with a number of other local businesses joining in the fun. Wengerd recently renovated a small home in Winesburg to serve as a showroom for Alpine Cabinets, a business that recently celebrated its 25th anniversary. His
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tory, and being able to put our work into it — we just feel that’s very special.” As one envisions a builder from the early 19th century carefully aligning joints, mortises and tenons, you realize it’s altogether fitting for Alpine Cabinets to become the newest stewards of the building, outfitting it with cabinetry built with the same Old World-style attention to
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quality and detail. Just as with the log home, sometimes it’s the little things that make all the difference. It all begins with a carefully detailed plan, and this is where Wengerd says Alpine Cabinets spends a great deal of time, both with customers and then behind the scenes, before the building begins.
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Community Taming the wild mind monkeys We subscribe to a running magazine. That does not make us prolific readers or runners, but at times we do our best to pretend we are both. I usually prefer to read my running magazine while wearing sweatpants and eating pepperoni, thinking that I’ll definitely start tomorrow and leave it at that, but in one such issue I found something quite remarkable. Running and life. They are more alike than I thought. The article referenced a Buddhist philosophy that inside all of our minds live a bunch of monkeys. The way to succeed in any run is to tame the monkeys of the mind by meditation. And as I sat there reading the article, suddenly I realized I was running low on pepperoni and if I was going to make pizza for my family later in the week I had better get some at the store. And eggs. We are almost out of eggs. And then I wondered where my phone was last put because I have a handy app I use to write my shopping list so I
don’t always leave it in the car like I do every single time I write my list on a piece of paper. And speaking of papers, I had also better find the permission slip for school. Oh, and we’re also out of apple juice. And one more thing. My mind monkeys had completely torn me away from the article I was reading, which was sure to make me a better runner because a). I was actually reading a running magazine and b). I was going to tame those mind monkeys like the article mentioned. The whole Buddhist theory of these monkeys makes a lot of sense to a busy person like myself, so much I often wonder if there’s some inner supply of bananas growing in my skull to support them all. The monkeys aren’t real, of course, but if you’ve
ever seen a monkey or a video of one, you know they swing from branch to branch, letting go of one before quickly latching onto another. This non-committal repetition mimics exactly what my brain does as I go through life as a mother and wife. (Self note: send in camp registrations ASAP.) My own thought process moves at such a rapid pace that things fly through my mind without giving them enough time to sink in and settle down. And according to Buddhist theory, these monkeys in my mind cause chaos and stress and eventually unhappiness, which is something I can totally buy into, right after I make that shopping list. The article’s answer to the primate problem is, of course, running. By using the basic principles of meditation, you feel better, run better and live better. Whether or not you are a runner or pretend to be a runner while eating pepperoni, the bullet points the author listed make a lot of sense. Tune in. Pay attention
to exactly what you’re doing at any given moment. Think happy. Live with the glass half full and give yourself a pep talk whenever possible. Accept the challenge. Running challenges are not much different than life if you dig that metaphorical stuff. Let the challenge push you to be brave, not to try to escape whatever it is that is tickling your mind monkeys. Love the run. Or the life. Think about what good things you are doing at that moment, for yourself, for the people around you, for all that you do and are. So the next time I’m running — whether it be actually moving my feet or just running my kids here, there and everywhere, I am going to do my best to keep my monkeys at bay. A happy mama is a good mama, and when mama’s happy, everyone’s happy. (But we still need bananas.) Visit and contact Karrie at www.KarrieMcAllister. com.
Church notes Bartlette to present ‘Macaroni at Midnight’
offering will be received. The Pier is located at 10470 Winesburg Road, about 1 ½ miles south of Mount Eaton. For more “Macaroni at Midnight,” information call The Pier a presentation by Don at 330-359-2071. Bartlette, will take place at The Pier on Friday, April 12 at 7 p.m. The eve- Tripp Concert ning will begin with the is Saturday recognition of several key LaVerne and Edith people and a brief update Tripp with be ministerfrom Lighthouse of Hope (The Pier). Bartlette ing in song and word at shares his experiences as Gospel Hill Ministry on a Native American child April 13 at 7 p.m. The sing who grew up in poverty will be held indoors. Goswith speech and other dis- pel Hill (27610 Township abilities. He suffered from Road 45) is located three school and family vio- miles off of state Route lence, racism, child abuse 36 between Warsaw and and living in an environ- Coshocton. A love offerment of alcoholism. He ing will be taken and there shares how one person will be a food stand prior in the community made to the concert. For infora difference in his life by mation call 740-824-3300. showing unconditional love, acceptance and ‘New Beginnings’ compassion and helped him overcome his disad- at St. John’s vantages and become suc- Church cessful in life. The public is St. John’s Church of invited. There is no admisMillersburg will hold sion charge; a free-will the first of the final four
lessons on “New Beginnings — After the Gospels” at the 9 a.m. gathering in Fellowship Hall. There are classes for “The Story” program for all ages. Morning worship will be held at 10:15. The Church Council will meet Monday at 7 p.m. The Women’s Ministries will meet on Tuesday at 10:30 a.m. at the church for a trip to the Cat’s Meow Village in Wooster. The church is located at 8670 State Route 39, Millersburg.
Help others through bone marrow and blood drive
istry through Be the Match (www.marrow.org). All eligible adults are encouraged to donate blood through Life Share Blood Services (www.lifeshare.cc). Supervised children’s activities will be available for adults donating. There will also be a lunch stand and car wash, available by donation.
Take bus trip to Creation Museum
Th e Millersburg Church of God Women’s Ministry is sponsoring an overnight fundraising bus trip June 21-22 to the Creation Museum A community Bone Mar- near Cincinnati, leavrow and Blood Drive will ing from Millersburg. be held at Millersburg Journey back in time at United Methodist Church, state-of-the-art museum, 5395 Township Road 336, a ministry of Answers in Millersburg (330-674-2641) Genesis that brings the on Saturday, April 20, pages of the Bible to life between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. with 160 exhibits featurHealthy adults ages 18-44 ing depictions of people, are encouraged to sign up for the Bone Marrow Reg- See Pg. 10 — CHURCH
Briefs New arrivals BRYLYNN ANN was born Feb. 18 to Bryan and Samantha Loving of Lakeville. She weighed 6 pounds, 11.5 ounces and was 18 inches long. Grandparents are Tom and Amy Farnsworth of Lakeville, Brian and Lori Gray of Lattasburg, Brian and Heather Loving of Goodview, Va., and Sarah and Ellet Underwood of Roanoke, Va. Greatgrandparents are Carol Didinger of Glenmont, Bill and Sharon Smith of Wooster and George and Linda Gray of Lattasburg. Great-great-grandmother is Marian Craig of Wooster. A BOY, Gideon Michael, was born March 30 to Tom and Bretanya Francis of North Lawrence. He weighed 7 pounds, 2 ounces and was 18.5 inches long. He joins brothers, Colton and Cain. Grandparents are Tom and Amy Farnsworth of Lakeville, Roy and Mary Franks of Ohio and Mike and Paula Francis of Brewster. Great-grandfather is Leonard Kraft of Massillon. A GIRL, Quinn Beverly Largent-Wittenmyer, was born March 7 to Lindsey Largent of Orrville and Ryan Wittenmyer of Sterling. She weighed 7 pounds, 4.9 ounces and was 19 1/2 inches long. She joins siblings, Casey, Dayton and Ethan Jones.
Grandparents are Chip and Dian Largent of Big Prairie and Glen Wittenmyer of Sterling.
Lakeville resident releases book “Voices in the Wind,” a new book by M.K. Hupp of Lakeville, has been released by RoseDog Books. “Voices in the Wind” is about an extraordinary woman and a mysterious case. Gordon DeVini, the recently promoted Riverville county prosecutor, and his wife decide to celebrate by taking a vacation to Jamaica. Unfortunately, the couple’s house burns down while they are away. Reports claim the house was struck by lightning. But the couple are neither seen nor heard from again. Amanda’s father is among the detectives who have tried to crack the DeVini case. Unfortunately, he fails to solve it and dies in the line of duty. According to Amanda’s mother, Amanda’s father was murdered. Sadly, like the DeVini case, the death of her father remains unsolved. In spite of the odds, all hope in solving the DeVini case is not lost; the key to cracking it lies within Amanda. As a full-fledged woman she will land a job as a detective. With her ability and the help she would never have imagined she would receive, she goes on a fantastic See Pg. 13 — BRIEFS
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Weekly Scripture Reading 1 Corinthians 15:1–34
Isaiah 25:1–9 Isaiah 26:1–19
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Keim and sprayer parts. For the garden, Keim In addition to the proper offers tools to make that equipment, the right lawn time spent in the dirt care products are essential more enjoyable and proto protect a yard against ductive. These include predators and weeds, or shovels, hose, sledge hamsimply make it look greener. mers, brooms, wheelbarKeim Lumber’s garden- rows, lawn carts and more. ing supplies include a variFor landscaping needs, ety of products, including the store carries everylawn care products from thing from lawn edging, Scotts, Ortho, Miracle and mulch and landscape fabBonide. The store also ric to tree wrap, play sand, offers a large selection of decorative rock, stepping lawn and gardening equip- stones and more. ment such as fertilizer, With the yard and garherbicides, pesticides, grass den now in tip top shape, seed, spreaders, sprayers homeowners can relax. (Continued From Page 1)
To make this easier, Keim Lumber carries a complete line of Do It Best Patio Furniture in more than 25 styles of patio sets, umbrellas and bases and poly furniture. Decking material from Trex, Perfikdeck, IPE and treated lumber is also kept in-stock. Other go-to items include grilling tools, Weber Grills, coolers and jugs and accessories, as well as BirdBrain Firepots to provide the atmosphere of a wood fire without the mess. To help make these
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UKC Beagle Nationals Return to Coshocton On April 11-14, the UKC Beagle Nationals will be returning to Coshocton for the sixth year. United Kennel Club Inc., the world’s largest all breed performance registry, in association with the Coshocton County Beagle Club and sponsored by Black Gold® Dog Food, is pleased to announce the scheduling for this year’s Hunting Beagle Nationals — hunting and bench show event. Celebrating its 22nd year of competition, the Hunting Beagle Nationals will be held on Thursday, April
11; Friday, April 12; Saturday, April 13 and Sunday, April 14, at the Coshocton County Fairgrounds (7th Street, Coshocton). “There will be over 400 entries, making it one of the largest Hunting Beagle Nationals,” said Tanya Raab, with the United Kennel Club. “Beagles have always been a popular choice for pet owners and enthusiasts. However, the breed’s popularity as a scent dog has made the Hunting Beagle Nationals one of the most successful events in the country.”
“It’s exciting for Coshocton to host this event again this year,” stated Jan Myers, director of the Coshocton County Visitors Bureau. “This is a great group of people who really enjoy coming back to Coshocton each year for this national competition.” Myers says that many of the participants bring their families with them to visit the local attractions. “They’ve discovered that in addition to our great outdoors, we also have other activities for the
whole family to enjoy,” she said. “The local shops, businesses, lodging facilities and restaurants appreciate the increased traffic and are hopefully gearing up for the weekend.” Activities will include a competition hunt on Friday, Saturday and Sunday to showcase the scent and tracking abilities of this hardworking breed, with winners taking home the National Hunt Champion title for each division (Registered, Champion and Grand Champion). No game will be
taken during any of the weekend’s events and no firearms will be permitted, in accordance with UKC Rules and Regulations. Also, some of the best looking Beagles from across the country will compete for the title of UKC 2013 National Show Champion, during the Saturday afternoon bench show competition. “UKC representatives will be on-hand to answer any questions regarding the UKC Hunting Beagle program,” added Raab.” If you’ve never experi-
enced Beagling, you owe it to yourself to check out one of the country’s most popular hunting events, featuring one of the country’s most beloved dog breeds.” For more information regarding local attractions and lodging, please contact the Coshocton County Convention & Visitors Bureau at 800-338-4724 or via their website at www. visitcoshocton.com. To find out more about UKC registration and events, call 269343-9020 or visit their website at www.ukcdogs.com.
Doors open at 1 p.m. Bidding is accepted until 3 p.m. and winning tickThe Holmes County ets will be drawn from 3-4 Historical Society is will p.m. This popular fundhold its ninth annual Chinese Auction on Saturday, raiser is always a fun event for the whole famApril 13.
ily. This year there are many unique items at all levels of value. The featured pieces that will appear in the silent auction are a Rare 1861 map of Holmes County that was recently reproduced
by the Historical Society. The framed reproduction is a fascinating look into the past and would make a great conversation piece for your home or office. Also this year will offer a hot new Kindle Fire HD tablet and a large limited edition nautical print. The regular bid items are numerous and are a wide variety from gardening and kids items, clothes, tools, auto and much more. There are numerous gift certificates to area businesses and attractions, gift baskets from Tuscan ware and gourmet coffee. There will be two tickets to Paranormal Nights events and Encore Performance by Cathi Lynn on June 1. Along with the auction, society members will be having a bake sale and the American Legion Post 192 Auxilary will provide sandwiches and drinks. Everyone is invited to come and enjoy an afternoon of fun and fellowship. All proceeds go to support the Historical Society’s operations. For more information like us on facebook at www.facebook/victorianhousemuseum. Call 330-674-0022 or email at email@example.com
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British invasion plants a flag in backyard feeder ter holds on for several weeks after the crocuses bloom, and by the time this seven-layer salad of soggy seed is freed up it is barely fit for a rubber chicken. One thing I’ve learned about nature — even my tiny, semiexciting backyard chunk of it — is that if there’s food to be found, some critter is bound to find it! So it goes with the Cooing decline. Visits by nuthatches, per’s hawk that was called to the chickadees, juncos and tufted tit- neighborhood by the chirping mice (or is it titmouses?) dropped of a hundred-odd sparrows. He precipitously. Even my resident now runs daily sorties from a tall flock of cardinals, typically bold blue spruce a half a block away, as they are bright, dared not chal- cruising at the height and speed lenge the phalanx of sparrows. of a well-served tennis ball to Adding an insulting kicker to an light in the pine below the bird already worrisome situation, the feeder where he invariably hacks sparrows seemed to spend the a sparrow into supper. A similar majority of their time fighting call was cast to the wind by the amongst themselves in the gutter moldering heap of cracked corn of the feeder, where they would below the feeders and it was knock the majority of the seed answered by a much less dashstraight to the ground. ing, and infinitely less welcome Birds of nearly any feather will visitor to the backyard dinner pick seed off the ground, but in table — a skunk! And though a winter like the glacier-maker his entrance onto the scene may we had this year, foragers don’t have been decidedly more clanget much of a chance. If your destine than that of the raptor, dinner is on the dirt in Ohio, the skunk’s presence would soon you’ve only got a very narrow become known by all! time horizon before Mother (Come back next week to read Nature adds another few inches more about our latest squatter. In the to the seed-and-snow laminate. meantime you can check out a photo On the shaded, north-wind- of our favorite Cooper’s hawk on facing side of my garage win- Facebook at JohnLorsonSendHelp.)
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per person — cash only please. Tickets can be puron May 18 from 9 a.m.chased now at all Garaway noon at Wooster High Schools and Park Street Garaway Education Pizza. School Performing Arts Center, 515 Oldman Road. Foundation is presenting Dinner is an addiContestants advanc- a magic show and dinner tional $5 per person and ing from the preliminary with magician, illusionist includes two slices of round of morning audi- and World Record Card Park Street Pepperoni tions are required to attend Thrower Rick Smith Jr. pizza, side salad, cookie the Hollywood elimination on Saturday, April 20 at 7 and drink. Presale only round from 12:30-5 p.m. on p.m. (doors open at 6:30). tickets for the dinner May 18. The top 16 will be The event, to be held at must be purchased by selected from the Holly- Garaway High School, is Wednesday, April 17. to benefit the Garaway Dinner will be served wood round. Visit www.woosterquo- Education Foundation in the Garaway High ta.org for more informa- and scholarships for Gar- School Cafeteria from away seniors. Cost is $5 5:30-6:30 p.m. tion.
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Year after year the same dilemma would arise. The more birdseed I put out, the greater number of birds I would attract. At first, this statement might seem a bit ridiculous given the idea the whole point of putting out birdseed is to attract birds, but there’s a subtle nuance to be considered here: Quantity versus quality. Every additional pound of bargain-brand birdseed I scooped into my swinging feeder would yield a measurable increase in the number of English sparrows calling my backyard home. At one point this winter there were so many I became fearful they were about to claim the hedge at the back of my yard in the name of the queen! When I observed the little invaders carrying off strands of red and blue ribbon from the worn-out Christmas decorations of the folks next door, and some white cotton stuffing from a chewed-up dog toy, I surmised they were working to fashion a Union Jack from the lot of it. (I scoped them out from the house swearing that if I saw so much as a single red coat or white wig I was going to run for my musket!) Meanwhile, as the numbers of ratty sparrows swelled, the number of “good” birds visiting my feeders saw a correspond-
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Barbwire Go ahead, dig in the dirt — it’s good for you By BARB LUMLEY Columnist His name was Dr. John Murray and he was the doctor in the town near our farm. He was a big man, and looked a little scary to us kids, but he was one of those “gentle giants.” In those days there were no appointments — you went to his office, sat down and waited your turn. Sometimes it was a few minutes, sometimes a few
hours. My mother and I were waiting one day to see the doctor and ahead of us were two elderly ladies, who were busy talking to each other and not paying much attention. Dr. Murray opened his office door and motioned for us to go in. Upon entering, my mother told the doctor that the two elderly ladies were ahead of us. Where upon, Dr. Murray replied, “Don’t worry
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about them, they aren’t sick, they just come here to find out the latest news and to gossip”! One of Dr. Murray’s favorite sayings was, “Every child needs at least a teaspoonful of dirt every day.” Lo and behold, Dr. Murray’s theory was ahead of its time! That has become the opinion of today’s modern doctors. Dirt is actually good for children. Little did I know years ago, as I played with a childhood friend in a huge mud puddle, that we were doing something that was good for our health. Had they known, maybe our mothers
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first described strain of Mycrobacterium vaccae was isolated from cow dung in Austria. Dr. Christopher Lowry, a researcher at the University of Bristol in England has done studies that show the bacteria has the same effect as anti-depressant drugs. The studies help us to understand how the body communicates with the brain. Injections of killed M. vaccae have been reported by a researcher at the Royal Marsden Hospital in London as helping to ease pain and nausea in lung cancer patients. Digging in the dirt is good for kids. The immune system knows what is good or bad from early exposure to microbes. Playing in the dirt teaches bodies to fight the right fights and lessens the chances of infections, allergies and asthma later in life. Dirt is also good for the skin. The bacteria on the surface of our skin play an important role in combating inflammation of the skin when we are injured. So when your child comes in from play or chores needing scrubbed down from head to foot, just remember, getting dirty is a good thing! In author Richard Louv’s 2005 book, Last Child In The Woods, he writes that a new generation of children is suffering from “Nature Deficit Disor-
der” as they gravitate from physical experiences in the natural world to more solitary, unstructured activities, like playing videogames. A 2008 study at the University of Michigan found that memory performance and attention spans improved by 20 percent after subjects spent an hour out in the nature. Dr. Murray’s belief about dirt being good for you was ahead of his time and science is proving him right! You don’t have to roll around in the mud to get the good vibes from M. vaccae. Spring is here, so get out there and plant your onions, peas and anything else you like to grow and encourage the children to help you. Gardeners inhale the bacteria while digging in the soil, but they also encounter M. vaccae in their vegetables or when soil enters a cut in their skin. Dig in your flower beds and scatter the seeds. Work with your hands in the soil; don’t be afraid to get dirty! Even a walk in the woods will mean you are breathing in good bacteria! You will be happier and feel better! And we know that dirt is sure to improve the farmers’ moods, as they finally get into the fields to plow, culti-mulch and plant their crops. We all need regular doses of outdoors, children most of all!
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saurs) from ancient times. Costs for the trip are: Double, $190; triple, $180; quad, $173, and includes transportation, one night’s hotel stay, twoday-admission to museum and planetarium, dinners at Golden Corral and the upscale 94th Aero Squadron Restaurant in Columbus, a hot breakfast, and a unusual land and water tour on a World War II amphibious landing craft of the greater Cincinnati area. Call 330-275-8527 for more information.
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Ham dinner is Sunday All-You-Can-Eat Ham Dinner (includes scalloped potatoes, green beans, applesauce, coleslaw, dinner rolls, a slice of pie and beverage), will be served family-style on Sunday, April 14, from
11 a.m.-1 p.m. Adults, $8; children ages 4-10, $4; children 3 and younger eat free. The meal is served in the Wilmot Fire Hall, 204 Mill St. Church groups are welcome. All proceeds benefit Wilmot Fire & Rescue — a volunteer department. Carry out available. Call 330359-5995.
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help applications The Holmes County Veteran Service Center will accept applications for assistance for April through April 19 at noon. The Veteran Service Commission board meeting will be April 22 at 6:30 p.m. Office hours are Monday, 8:30 am.-5:30 p.m., and Tuesday-Friday, 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. For more information call 330-674-4806. See Pg. 15 — CALENDAR
TROUBLE BREWING — And it has everything to do with pool in River City, Iowa in 1912. Pool, 76 trombones and more are going to have you tapping your toes when the Garaway High School Drama Department presents this year’s spring musical, “The Music Man” Friday, April 12 at 7:30 p.m., Saturday, April 13 at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday, April 14 at 3 p.m. Tickets are $8 for adults and $5 for students. To reserve tickets call 330852-3217. Performances are at Garaway High School.
State Route 515 closed next week for culvert replacement State Route 515 will be closed to traffic next Monday, April 15, for a culvert replacement in Holmes County. ODOT maintenance crews will be replacing the
culvert located at the intersection of U.S. Route 62 southwest of Winesburg. Beginning at the intersection of SR 39 and SR 515, traffic will be detoured west on SR 39
to U.S. 62 in Berlin, then east on U.S. 62 back to SR 515, and reverse. Weather permitting, work is expected to be completed by Wednesday, April 17.
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Calendar Participants should order from the menu as they arrive and eat in the back conference room. The Soup and Salad Supper program will begin by 7 p.m. The Winesburg Fire Department Reservations should be turned in Auxilliary will hold a Soup and by April 13 to Judy at 330-763-4031 Salad Supper on Saturday, April 20, or by e-mailing jafive@embarqfrom 4-8 p.m. at the Paint Township mail.com. Volunteer Fire Department station The May meeting will be Thursin Winesburg. There will be seven day, May 16, 11:30 a.m. at the different types of soup, a salad bar Darb Snyder Senior Center. Forwith many toppings, desserts, and est Chanay will present a program soft serve ice cream. All you care concerning the Civil War. to eat for a donation. (Continued From Page 11)
The April fry will be on Saturday, April 20 and the May fry will be on Saturday, May 18. The all you can eat fish fry runs from 4-7 p.m. at the Post Home, on North Broadway Street, in Sugarcreek. Everyone is welcome and hope to see you there.”
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Brick (Continued From Page 14) sculptures tells a story by itself. For some the story is of a community, others are dedicated to a specific industry while others focus on culture. Cherry Ridge Masons will get to work laying up the bricks one at a time for the wall itself and then slowly put up the sculptures. Finishing touches to the project include a sidewalk to allow for viewing as well as lighting to set off the project at night for all to enjoy. As a way of telling the wall’s story through words and pictures, a brochure is being developed that will be available at
the wall for those wanting to learn more. In addition, special lesson plans and interactive activities have been developed for use in the Garaway Local School District as well as for visiting children to the wall. As work progresses and the Brick Wall Sculpture panels are assembled and put up in mortar, watch for pictures on the group’s website and Facebook page. Information about the project can be found on the website, www. brickwallsculpture.com. A dedication of the Brick Wall Sculpture Project has been set for the afternoon on Tuesday, Aug. 13. More information about
the dedication will follow later this summer. To get involved or make a donation, contact Sue Stauffer at 330-897-1433 or mail to Community Arts Council, P.O. Box 503, Sugarcreek, Ohio 44681.
schedules are being finalized, and will be posted on the website, www.valleyoaksfarm.com, as final arrangements are made. The event is funded, in part, by a grant from the Ohio Farm Bureau/Animals for Life Foundation. Entrance is $5 a person or $20 per family. Light refreshments will be available for a donation. For more information call 330-962-8167 or email valleyoaks@peoplepc. com.
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Make it out to her new fans, Bill and JoAnn Once upon a time, my “low tire” light came on in my car. This would not be enough to make anyone nervous or impatient, but seeing as I have a life-long fear of driving down the road and my entire tire falling off or exploding like an overfilled balloon, I was not too excited. My husband is well aware of my nightmarish fear and that I am convinced that the moment of the great explosion I would be sent careening off the road down a 400 foot cliff even when driving right here in Wayne County, Ohio. So he kindly helped with setting up an appointment to have my tires changed, a pain-
fully priced necessity, and after handing over my keys, I settled in with a cup of coffee and a few things to keep me occupied while I sat in the waiting room for the next couple of hours. Soon after I sat down, I realized that the older couple that was also waiting for their vehicle to be serviced were reading the newspaper. The Daily Record, to be specific. And they were just getting to the section that held my column.
Ever since I began writing for the local newspapers, I have dreamed of the moment that I would be in a public place and someone would be reading my very words and glance up to realize that I was sitting right there next to them. I envisioned them looking at me, and then my photo in the paper, and back at me just to double check. Then we’d laugh and chat and assuming they didn’t have major complaints about things that I have written, become instant friends. But this scenario has sadly never happened, in all my sixplus years of being a newspaper columnist. Until the tire service center.
The woman leaned over and asked her husband if he had ever heard of “Smigus Dyngus,” which was the topic of last week’s column. They worked through the article and by the end were having a debate on how to pronounce the Polish holiday. Unable to resist it any more, I said, “it’s pronounced SCHMEEgoos DING-goos.” “Thank you,” she said. “Do you know how I know that?” I asked, fishing for her to make a connection between the picture and the person sitting next to her. But her blank stare told me it wasn’t quite there. “That’s me. I wrote the article.” And then it came —
the look at the printed paper, the closer investigation of my face, back to the paper, back to my face, and finally, “oh my word, it is you! Bill! The lady who wrote the article is sitting right there!” He could barely believe it either. I told them all I know about the Polish holiday and we talked about this that and everything else, because that’s what you do when you are sitting and waiting for new tires. They happened to be traveling through town on their way home to West Virginia and had car troubles. Before they left, she scooted closer to me and handed me the paper. “Could you please sign
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Story Celebrations at the East Branch — Mondays at 11 a.m. through April 22 for children ages 2-5, their parents and caregivers. Stories, songs, crafts and more. Registration is required. To register, stop by the East Branch or call 330-893-3464. For more information visit
Loudonville Public Library, 122 E. Main St. (419-994-5531) www. loudonvillelibrary.org Baby and Me will be Saturdays, April 13 and 27 at 10:30 a.m. with stories, rhymes, music and bubbles. Watch your baby and be amazed! For ages birth to 2 years and their caregivers. Registration is appreciated. Scot Long, author of “Schnormeier Gardens,” will be at the library Monday, April 22 at 7 p.m. Long will take you on a journey of discovery as he shares the story of the creation of Schnormeier Gardens, a 75-acre Asian strolling garden in Gambier. You will see why it
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this? My friends back home will never believe that I actually met you! Here’s a pen. Right here. Can you make it out to Bill and JoAnn?” Never having actually given an autograph, I was barely able to write my name, which is fairly illegible to begin with. But she said thanks and with their newly repaired vehicle went out the door and headed south to West Virginia to tell her friends that she had met someone famous. She’ll never know that I’m nothing special, that I’m just an ordinary person with a new set of tires. But I’ll let her have her glory because finally, after all these years, I finally got mine.
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Obituaries Robert Ogden, 83
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Theodore D. “Ted” Bradley, 86, 4805 Township Road 366, Millersburg, died Friday, March 8, 2013, at Walnut Hills Nursing Home, after an extended illness. He was born March 5, 1927, in R a c i n e, Wisc., to the late Wilbur and Menola (Jerdee) Bradley, and married Bessie Stretti on Sept. 27, 1947, in Racine, Wisc. She preceded him in death on Dec. 19, 2005. Ted worked on the railroad for approximately 10 years, before joining the U.S. Army, where he served until he retired in 1976. He served during both the Korean and Vietnam wars. Ted and Bess retired to San Diego and lived there for 25 years, before moving to Berlin in 2003. He enjoyed fishing and was a huge football fan for many years. He was the third in a family of six children, Wilbur Bradley (deceased), Warren Bradley, JoAnn Rango, Lee Bradley and Kathleen Krusienski. Surviving are children, Donations needed for Wolf Creek Cemetery Gail (Rod) Mast of Berlin and Scott Bradley of MillWolf Creek Pleas- ated. Call Robert L. Cro- ersburg; grandchildren, Shannon (Tommy) Goad ant Valley Cemetery skey, 330-276-3322. is now accepting donaDonations may be sent and their son, Jackson, tions to pay for mow- to Croskey at 12049 U.S. Scott (Brittany) Mast and ing of the cemetery 62, Killbuck 44637 or Lil- their daughters, Cadence grounds. ian Duncan, P.O. Box 284 and Ellasyn. Ted and Bessie both Any amount appreci- Killbuck 44637. Robert W. Ogden, 83, of Wooster, passed away Monday, March 4, 2013, at Wooster Community Hospital. He was born Jan. 30, 1930, in Wayne County, the son of Harry and Minney Mowrer Ogden, and married Annabelle Kinney on Aug. 12, 1956. She survives. He was a graduate of Chester High School and had worked for Jones Construction as a concrete truck driver for 40 years, retiring in 1995. He was a member of Trinity United Church of Christ and had served as a deacon at Emmanuel Church of Christ. Robert was also a member of the American Legion and had served his country with the U.S. Navy during the Korean War. He loved cooking, baking bread, gardening, chopping wood, playing the slots at casinos and was an avid euchre player. He loved attending his grandchildren’s sports and music activities and was an avid animal lover,
especially his dogs and going to the Wayne County Fair. He loved wearing his green suspenders and was an avid fan of the Cleveland Browns, the Cleveland Indians and the Ohio State Buckeyes. Surviving in addition to his wife, are children, Debra Bruno of Columbus and Ronald (Tammy) Ogden of Lakeville; grandchildren, Joshua Ogden, John Bruno, Derek “DJ” Bruno and Nicholas Bruno; the apple of his eye, great-granddaughter, Lyric Ogden; a brother, Tom (Pat) Ogden of Wooster; and sisters, Alice Mae Andrews of Sarasota, Fla., and Josephine Williams of Lancaster; and his dog, Buck. Robert was preceded in death by his parents; and brothers, Glenn and John Ogden. Memorial services were Saturday, March 9, at McIntire, Bradham & Sleek Funeral Home, 216 E. Larwill St., Wooster. The Rev. Jacque McMillen officiated. Contributions may be made to the Wayne County Humane Society, 1161 Mechanicsburg Road, Wooster 44691.
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very much appreciated the many caring people they met in the community and at Berlin Mennonite Church. They felt a part of our unique community! Memorial services were Monday, March 11 at Berlin Mennonite Church, with Pastor Myron Weaver officiating. Private family burial was in Berlin Cemetery, prior to Monday’s memorial service. Arrangements were handled by Smith-Varns Funeral Home in Sugarcreek. Memorials may be made to Hospice & Palliative Care of Greater Holmes-Wayne County, 2525 Back Orrville Road,
Jennifer ‘Kay’ Nelson, 57 Jennifer “Kay” Nelson, 57, of Millersburg, formally of Tucson, Az., died Sunday, March 17, 2013, at Sycamore Run Nursing Home and Rehabilitation in Millersburg. Kay was born August 21, 1955, in Coshocton to Janice (Davis) Dobbins. She married Art on February 14, 1975. He survives. Kay worked for Dr. Pifer for 30 years. She loved spending time with her grandkids. Kay will be deeply missed
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by her mother, Janice; husband, Art; children, Arthur and Jeremy; grandchildren, Arthur Jr., Nicole, Dillon, Kyleigh, Mia and Kegan; sisters, Ann (Lyman) Dawson and Ellen Markley (Ed Bakerlis); half-sisters, Chris and Carrie Young; and half-brother, Kipp Young. Kay was preceded in death by her sister, Maureen Hendrix; and grandparents, James and Flo Lynch. Memorial services were Wednesday, March 20, 2013, at Parkview Christian Church, 1912 Burbank Road, Wooster, with Pastor Joe Rubino officiating. Burial was at Sherwood Memorial Gardens.
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Lawn care 101: Dig into spring with tips for a lush, green lawn (BPT) — Having a wellkept lawn not only will keep you in your neighbors’ good graces, it also adds value to your home. Lawn care doesn’t need to be complicated, but sometimes it just needs to be done. Whether you’re a new homeowner or just looking for smarter ways to mow, seed or weed, the experts at The Home Depot have got the tips to keep the front, side and
backyard lush and lovely. Taking steps to care for your lawn now can make sure you have a long, green summer ahead of you. Take a sweep What’s going on with your yard? Walk around your yard and check for wear and tear, good drainage and any damage caused by a long winter. Do you have barren spots or areas overgrown with weeds? Assess your needs
before getting started this season. “Sometimes knowing where to start can be the hardest part of taking care of your yard,” says Home Depot Certified Garden Consultant Nick Blassman. “Before heading to the store, take a critical look at the lawn and jot down a list of your trouble spots.” Weeds and bald spots Nothing ruins a beautiful, sloping lawn like
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Lawn skip over, but a good quality fertilizer can be the key to a beautiful yard. Fertilize once in the spring and then again in the fall. For a healthy yard, choose a fertilizer like Scotts Southern Turf Builder, with a large percentage of slow-release nitrogen and micronutrients. If you’re looking for an organic fertilizer, try Scotts Natural Lawn Food. Err on the side of under-fertilizing verses overdoing it — too much fertilizer can dry out your lawn or cause thatch to develop. If you’ve fertilized and your lawn is getting a good amount of sunlight and water, test the soil to see if it has the proper pH balance (typically between 6.5 and 7.0 for most soils). “Home test kits are very easy to use — get several soil samples from different areas of your lawn, each from about 2 to 3 inches below the surface. Follow the instructions to complete the test and then doctor the soil as necessary,” says Blassman. Adding lime helps up your pH levels, but sulfur, sawdust and
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Organic farming business grows in Attleboro By RICK FOSTER The Sun Chronicle ATTLEBORO, Mass. (AP) — Cooks who favor organic ingredients in their salad could be getting their next batch of bean sprouts or lettuce from an indoor farm. Friends and health food enthusiasts Ashley Driscoll of Seekonk and Brad Rao and John Irving of Attleboro have teamed up to raise thousands of sprouts, herbs and starter seedlings of lettuce, tomatoes and other produce in an unexpected place — the
top floor of a 19th century jewelry factory on County Street. The entrepreneurial trio and several employees and volunteers began growing plants from seed in December. They aim to sell trays of locally grown seedlings this spring through farmers’ markets and commercial garden and health food stores. They also have other big plans, including opening their own outdoor farmer’s market and eventually processing wheat grass and other greens for commercial sale. There’s also
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talk of an organic food restaurant. Driscoll and company are calling their business Indoor Organic Farm of Attleboro, and plans to raise vegetable and fruit seedlings for sale to gardeners on a seasonal basis. They’ll grow sprouts and other crops year round to supply health food stores and other retailers. IOF already has a contract with a Boston garden retailer to supply thousands of trays of plants. Driscoll, who serves as president of parent company Bridge Organics, said the business is a result of consumers’ growing awareness of healthy foods grown from natural soil without the intervention of artificial
fertilizers or pesticides. “People want to consume foods that make them feel better,” said Driscoll, a bookkeeper by profession who said her health and energy level have improved since she changed her diet to include fewer processed foods and more live and organically grown vegetables. Irving, a career contractor, also swears by organics. “I’ve lost weight and I feel a lot better,” he said. On the third floor of a building where workers once toiled over machinery, thousands of trays filled with plant seedlings soak up artificial sunlight from electric lights that move back and forth automatically across the
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researched organics and healthy foods and growing methods for years, and brings a wealth of expertise in urban agriculture. Driscoll obtained business training as a bookkeeper and also teaches Tai Chi at the local YMCA. Although Irving is now devoting his full-time energies to the plant business, the partners lean on his construction skills to keep things running and renovate their facilities to accommodate future business. Currently, IOF is preparing to formally launch its business by setting up booths at various farmers markets and opening its own outdoor sales area next to its 104 County St. site in May.
Lahmers named Crop Adviser of the Year Certified Crop Adviser Program, representing more than 550 Certified Crop Advisers in Ohio, has selected Melvin Lahmers as the 2012 Ohio Certified Crop Adviser of the Year. The award was presented at the Conservation Tillage Conference on March 5 in Ada. The award program is designed to recognize an individual who is highly motivated, delivers exceptional customer service
for farmer clients in nutrient management, soil and water management, integrated pest management, crop production, and has contributed substantially to the exchange of ideas and the transfer of agronomic knowledge within the agricultural industry in Ohio. A Certified Crop Adviser must meet the standards set by the American Society of Agronomy See Pg. 23 — LAHMERS
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Markets SUGARCREEK LIVESTOCK AUCTION INC. April 1 99 CALVES — Choice calves 150-195, good calves 125-145, light & thins 60-down; back to farm bulls 125-195, heifers 50-195, crossbreds 60-195. 159 CATTLE — Choice steers 120-130, good steers 115-119.50, Holstein steers 85-109.50, choice heifers 119.50-128.50, good heifers 110-119, good Holstein sows 70-87, yellows and thins 74-down, bulls 90-103.50. 131 HORSES & PONIES — Top horse 2,200, top pony 450. 3 GOATS — 40-75. FARMERSTOWN LIVESTOCK 2907 Township Road 190 Baltic; 330-897-6081 330-897-2275; 330-231-6809 April 2 66 CALVES — Good to choice calves 140-160, medium to good calves 125-140, fair to
medium calves 105-125, commons and lights 100-down, cross bred calves 155-down, back to farm, bull calves 160220. 65 BUTCHER HOGS — 210-240 lbs. 52-54.50, 240-260 lbs. 54-56, 260 lbs.-up 54-55.25, butcher sows 55.50-down, boars by wt. 20-24. 51 CATTLE — Holsteins 85-107, steers 122-124.50, heifers 125, bulls 78-90, good beef cows 78-85, medium to good beef cows 72.78, fair to medium cows 64-72, common cows 63-down. 182 TOTAL HEAD. 66 LOADS HAY, STRAW, GRAIN — 1st cutting hay 170-435, 2nd and 3rd cutting 185-435, hay per bale 6-7, big rd. bales 65-135 ton, wheat straw per ton 175-225, oats straw 175 ton, lg. sq. wheat straw 170 ton, rd hay 250-360 ton, rd. oat straw 40 bale, lg. sq. hay 300-360 ton, ear corn 225 ton, corn fodder 20-30.
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.
Knights Gaming Society Knights of Gaming Board Gaming Society meets the third Saturday of the month from noon-6 p.m. at the Holmes County District Public Library, Millersburg.
third Wednesday of each month at 6 p.m., at Young Uniforms and Scrubs, Millersburg. Contact Phyllis Young 330-6740676 or 1-866-386-2026.
Zen Society The Zen Society of Wooster meets for meditation and discussion on Mondays at the Unitarian Universalist Church, 3186 Burbank Road, Wooster. For information, see zensocietyofwooster. org or contact Steve Berg at 330-893-2447.
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14 LOADS HAY & STRAW — 1st cutting grass 7-8 bale and 32.50-50 rd. bale; 1st cutting mixed 6.25-8 bale and 95 rd. bale, 2nd cutting mixed 7 bale, 2nd cutting alfalfa 9 bale; 3rd cutting alfalfa 8 bale and 115 rd. bale; wheat straw 4.75 bale; firewood 20-40 load. 138 GOATS — Does 27.50325; does with kids 130-525; bucks 20-245; wethers 32.50-150. 22 SHEEP — Ewes 37.50-105; rams 30-47.50; lambs 10-110. 42 CATTLE — Steers 275300; bull calves 30-200; heifer calves 65-125. 48 PIGS — Gilts 42.50-82.50; shoats 42.50-115. HORSES — 85-120. Rabbits .75-32.50; poultry 1-14; ducks 6-7.50; guineas 9.50-10; turkeys 11-15; pigeons 2.50-2.75; hamsters 1.
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April 20, Regular Auction Back to Farm Boer Goat Sale MOUNT HOPE AUCTION April 3 15 HOGS — 200-220 lbs. 55.75, 250-280 lbs. 54.50-57. 38 CATTLE — Choice steers 114-118.25, good steers 105-114, choice Holstein steers 96-106.50, good Holstein steers 88-96. 9 BULLS — 1,000-1,500 lbs. 82-91, 1,500-2,000 lbs. 80.50-94. 149 CULL COWS — Good 75-83, medium-good 68-75, fair-medium 62-68, light-thin 62-down; 63 FEEDERS: steers & heifers 60-140. 19 DAIRY — Cows 1,100down. 176 CALVES — 95-120 lbs. 150-235, good 100-150, common 40-100, back to farm Holstein heifers 95-120 lbs. 100200, crossbred bulls 50-230, crossbred heifers 100-200. 91 GOATS — Kid 160-down, billies 225-down, nannies 210-
continuing education. They also sign a code of ethics pledging to develop programs in a professional manner which is in the best interests of the farmer. Together
down, wethers 300-down. 273 HEAD SHEEP — Bucks & ewes 35-55, lambs 40-60 lbs. 190-250, 60-80 lbs. 140-230, 80-100 lbs. 125-170, 100-130 lbs. 125-140. TOTAL HEAD — 833. 145 LOADS — Alfalfa 2nd cutting 310-460, 3rd and 4th cutting 325-450, mixed 1st cutting 110-375, mixed 2nd cutting 250440, lg. bales hay 55-130, lg bales hay 200-370 ton, wheat straw 150-250, lg. bales straw 160-200 ton, ear corn 200; firewood50-70; balage 110-310 ton and 95 bale. MOUNT HOPE AUCTION April 3 15 HOGS — 200-220 lbs. 55.75, 250-280 lbs. 54.50-57. 38 CATTLE — Choice steers 114-118.25, good steers 105-114, choice Holstein steers 96-106.50, good Holstein steers 88-96. 9 BULLS — 1,000-1,500 lbs. 82-91, 1,500-2,000 lbs. 80.50-94. 149 CULL COWS — Good 75-83, medium-good 68-75,
fair-medium 62-68, light-thin 62-down; 63 FEEDERS: steers & heifers 60-140. 19 DAIRY — Cows 1,100down. 176 CALVES — 95-120 lbs. 150-235, good 100-150, common 40-100, back to farm Holstein heifers 95-120 lbs. 100200, crossbred bulls 50-230, crossbred heifers 100-200. 91 GOATS — Kid 160-down, billies 225-down, nannies 210down, wethers 300-down. 273 HEAD SHEEP — Bucks & ewes 35-55, lambs 40-60 lbs. 190-250, 60-80 lbs. 140-230, 80-100 lbs. 125-170, 100-130 lbs. 125-140. TOTAL HEAD — 833. 145 LOADS — Alfalfa 2nd cutting 310-460, 3rd and 4th cutting 325-450, mixed 1st cutting 110-375, mixed 2nd cutting 250-440, lg. bales hay 55-130, lg bales hay 200-370 ton, wheat straw 150-250, lg. bales straw 160-200 ton, ear corn 200; firewood50-70; balage 110-310 ton and 95 bale.
with the farmer, a CCA helps to develop a successful crop production program. Lahmers has been employed at TMK Bakersville for 17 years as an
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Business Nature’s Food Market to celebrate Earth Day on April 20 Our planet Earth is more than just a home for us, it is our habitat. It is our entertainment, our garden, our ranch and for many of us, our source of income. It only makes sense to take one day out of the year to appreciate the good stewardship of these resources that we have been blessed with. That is what Earth Day is really about. “Every day is Earth Day at Nature’s Food Market,” says owner Zedrick Clark, “Most people know our focus is on products that help to keep our bodies healthy. It is also
our focus to carry products that help to keep our habitat healthy.” Over the years Nature’s has been holding Earth Day Events and special promotions. On April 20, the business be doing it again with an event specifically for children, although there will be plenty for adults as well. There will be fun handson activities, prizes, and yummy food. A clown making balloon animals will be joining in the fun from noon - 2 p.m. Educational activities regarding recycling, planting and preparing simple healthy
snacks will be from 10 a.m to 3 p.m. And the first 50 kids get their own tree to plant at home. “Children are vital to the preservation and sustainability of the planet.” says Clark, “They are why we take care of the planet now, and it is important that we educate them for the next generation as well.” Recycling is just one of the steps Nature’s takes to preserve resources. Nature’s community of customers has helped keep enough vitamin bottles out of landfills to fill up a pickup truck bed. Customers also get
one dollar off their purchase as encouragement to bring in their empty bottles. The store also makes efforts to recycle the waste they produce. In Holmes County, there are several recycling drop off spots flocated around the county for residents. This can reduce landfills, reuse resources and even reduce your home trash bill. Supporting local farmers and food makers is another way we can reduce resources needed and get fresher foods. Greenfield Farms is a Co-op of Farmers whose
core group of members doesn’t even drive cars. It doesn’t get much greener than that! Along with many other local vendors, Greenfield farms will be at Nature’s on April 20, to offer product samples and answer any questions. Here are a few tips on ways to buy better for the planet and for your family: — Buying in bulk reduces packaging, meaning less trash and is often a better price. — Many companies use recycled packaging, and in most cases will have a label specifying that.
— There are many cleaning products that are better for the environment, which is much better for your septic tank too. “This planet is not ours for the taking, it is ours for the keeping, it is ours for the sharing, but most of all it is for the children,” says Zed Clark. Contact Nature’s Food Market via email naturesinberlin@gmail. com, by phone (330) 893-2006 or like them on Facebook.
Day will be held April 24, in the J.M. Smucker Multipurpose Room of the University of Akron Wayne College’s Student Life Building in Orrville. The program is a presentation of the college’s Office of Continuing Education and Workforce Development. Featured speaker will be Julie Ann Sullivan, professional speaker and consultant, who will present “Change Reveals Opportunity” and “Laugh Often — Live Well.” The event is $89 per person, which covers breakfast, lunch, the presentations, vendor giveaways and door prizes, including centerpieces donated by the J.M. Smucker Co. Store and Cafe.
was held March 12-13 at Lambeau Field in Green Bay, Wis. It is considered to be one of the most prestigious competitions in the country. More than 1,700 cheese submissions from 30 states were split into one of 82 classes. Within each class, cheeses were scored on a 100-point scale by a panel consisting of professional judges from within the industry and universities. The three highest-scoring cheeses in each category, judged on flavor and body, were awarded trophies. The Guggisberg Cheese submissions were rindless 200-pound Swiss blocks, which finished first (scoring 99.50), and third (99.40).
one of the top three in the nation. The Comfort Inn hotel’s commitment to excellence and outstanding guest service has earned this recognition as one of the best hotels in the Comfort Inn system of 1,400 hotels. The hotel is a sister property to the Comfort Suites Berlin, also a Platinum Award recipient. The Comfort Inn and Com-
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Madison a top TWC performer David Madison, an installation repair technician IV with Time Warner Cable and Millersburg resident, was recognized by his colleagues as a Mission and Value Performance honoree, TWC’s highest honor. Madison was honored with a trip to Puerto Rico with fellow MVP winners throughout the country.
Rottman named PaceSetter agent Jock Rottman of Hummel Group in Berlin has been named a PaceSetter agent by State Auto Insurance. The goal of the PaceSetter program is to form a sales/marketing partnership with agents to improve service to customers, according to State Auto chairman and CEO Robert Restrepo. In the coming months, State Auto sales people will work with PaceSetter agents to form a sales alliance and provide professional assistance and feedback.
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ODOT seeks Route 60 repair comments
The Ohio Department of Transportation District 11 is proposing improvements to state Route 60 by stabilizing an embankment failure south of Killbuck. The project would stabilize a slope failure along the western side of the highway by excavating, benching and Guggisberg takes Millersburg inn re-grading about 400 feet of gold in Wisconsin in line for best the embankment to stabilize the roadway. Construction For the third consecuis anticipated to begin in tive year, Guggisberg of year The Comfort Inn Mill- the summer of 2014. TrafCheese claimed the top spot at the 2013 United ersburg is a recipient of fic will be detoured during States Champion Cheese the 2013 Platinum Hospi- construction, and minor Contest, taking first place tality Award from Choice new right of way will be along with third for its Hotel International Inc. required to complete the Also for 2013, the hotel is project. Premium Swiss cheese. ODOT is seeking comThe contest, which takes a finalist in the Comfort place every-other year, Inn of the Year running, ments from the public
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about the social, environmental and economic impacts of thie proposed project. Environmental impacts include those involving archeological, architectural and ecological resources, hazardous materials and the general location of the project. Written comments may be mailed to the Ohio Department of Transportation, District 11, Thomas E. Stratton, 2201 Reiser Avenue SE, New Philadelphia 44663. ODOT District 11 can be contacted by telephone at 330-339-6633. All comments must be submitted by May 8.
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Obituaries David Miller, 76 David A Miller, 76, of 430 Bahler St., died Sunday, Feb. 24, 2013, at his residence following an extended illness. He was born Oct. 15, 1936, in Tuscarawas County to the late Abe A. and Lovina E. (Miller) Miller. He was formerly employed at Walnut Creek Lumber and a member of the Old Order Amish Church. He is survived by his wife, the former Amanda Yoder, whom he married April 4, 1957; his children, Ray (Mary) Miller of Dundee, Gladys (Norman) Miller of New Philadelphia, Hosanna (Nelson Jr.) Miller of Dundee and Mark (Brenda) Miller of Stone Creek; 14 grandchildren; five great-grandsons; and brothers and sisters Eli (Betty) Miller of
Dover, Emanuel (Susie) Miller of Dundee, Abe Jr. (Malinda) Miller of Sugarcreek, Atlee (Lydia Ann) Miller of Dundee, Ella Miller of Dundee, Clara (Joe) Yoder of Sugarcreek, Fannie Locklear of Millersburg and Malinda (Edward) Erb of Sugarcreek. In addition to his parents, he is preceded in death by his sister Katie Miller. Services were held Wednesday, Feb. 27 at the Jerry Yoder residence, 406 Bahler St., Sugarcreek, with Bishop Dwight Miller officiating. Burial was in Yoder Cemetery in Sugarcreek Township, Tuscarawas County. Arrangements were handled by Smith-Varns Funeral Home at Sugarcreek.
Melvin Kuhns, 86 Melvin M. Kuhns, 86, 8083 County Road 235, Fredericksburg, died Monday, March 4, 2013, at his home after a period of declining health. He was born Feb. 20, 1927, in Madison County to the late Monroe and Fannie (Miller) Kuhns and married Anna M. Schlabach on Feb. 17, 1955. She died Oct. 6, 2011. He was a retired farmer and a member of the Old Order Amish Church. Surviving are daughters, Mary (Wayne) Schlabach and Betty (Jonas) Beachy, both of Holmesville; sons, Levi (Anna) Kuhns of Millersburg and Leroy (Martha) Kuhns of the home; 23 grandchildren; 16 great-grandchildren; sisters, Ida Troyer and Katie Kratofil, both of
Middlefield and Susie Rodgers of Columbus; a brother, Freeman Kuhns of Middlefield; a stepsister, Clara Coblentz of Mercer, Pa.; stepbrothers, Joe and Ben Byler, both of Middlefield; sisters-in-law, Ella Kuhns of Fredericksburg and Doris Kuhns of Plain City. In addition to his wife, he was preceded in death by an infant son, Alvin; a sister, Amanda Yutzy; and brothers, Levi, Joe, Jacob, Albert, and Monroe Kuhns. Funeral services were Thursday, March 7, at the family residence, with Bishop Andy A. Troyer officiating. Burial was in Fryburg Community Cemetery. Spidell Funeral Home in Mount Eaton handled arrangements.
Frederick Schrock, 83 Frederick M. Schrock, 83, of Loudonville, died peacefully at home Monday evening, March 4, 2013, after a battle with cancer. Frederick was born April 28, 1929, in Dundee, the son of the late Jacob J. and Minnie C. (Benz) Schrock, and was a 1947 graduate of Walnut Creek High School. He had attended Kent State University, where he met his wife of 54 years, Mary E. Hergenroder, and earned his juris doctorate from the University of Miami School of Law CoralGables Florida. Frederick retired in 1984 from the U.S. Treasury Department after 30 years of service. He was a U.S. Army veteran, serving eight years of active duty, including the Korean War. He was awarded the Bronze Star, Good Conduct, and Sharpshooter medals. He was a member of Loudonville Church of the Nazarene, and enjoyed attending auctions, traveling the Midwest and South doing antique shows, and hunting and fishing with his
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boyhood friend, the late Orval Schie. One of Frederick’s proudest moments was running the Marine Corp Marathon while in his 50s. Surviving in addition to his wife, Mary, whom he married May 17, 1958, are sons, Joseph Schrock of Jacksonville, Fla., and Paul Schrock of Carrollton, Ga.; a daughter, Mary (Ed) Nuckoles; grandchildren, Jeremy and Katie Nuckoles; a brother, Richard (Belvie) Schrock of Leesburg, Fla.; and a sister, Buelah Larsen of Loudonville. In addition to his family, he is survived by a faithful companion, his Pomeranian, Spanky. He was preceded in death by his parents; and a sister, Ruby Ricer. Funeral services were Friday, March 8, at Lindsey Funeral Home in Loudonville, with the Rev. David Radcliffe officiating. Burial was in Union Hill Cemetery, Sugarcreek. Memorial contributions may be made to Hospice of North Central Ohio, 1050 Dauch Drive, Ashland 44805.
Howard C. Edwards, 78, of Millersburg, died Thursday, March 7, 2013, at Community Hospice in New Philadelphia. Howard was born July 11, 1934, in Delbarton, W.Va., to Carl and Goldie (Powers) Edwards, and was a sergeant in the U.S. Army during the Lebanon Crisis. Howard married Evelyn Hatfield on Nov. 27, 1959. She survives. He worked for General Motors as a supervisor for 39 years, and was a member of Millersburg Christian Church. He was a past master of Medina Masonic Lodge. Howard was a skillful mechanic, loved the outdoors, enjoyed bluegrass music and the Amish Community. Howard will be deeply missed by his wife; children, Lisa Edwards of
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Adam A. “Sonny” Yoder Jr., 77, 8469 State Route 241, Fredericksburg, died Monday, March 11, 2013, at Aultman Hospital in Canton, after a brief illness. He was born in Wayne County on May 26, 1935, Ronnie Yeater, 72 to the late Adam E. and Ronnie A. Yeater, 72, of his wife, are daughters, Lydian D. (Kaufman) Rittman, died Wednesday, Amanda (Josh) Carter, Yoder and married BarApril 3, 2013, at Autumn- and Pamela Newsom of bara A. Yoder on Sept. wood Nursing & Reha- Akron; granddaughters, 26, 1957. She died Nov. bilitation Center. Kaitlyn and Kara; his 18, 1993. On May 21, He was born July 16, 1940, father of Millersburg; a 1995, he married Ada L. in Killbuck, to Charles and brother, Sidney (Cecelia) Hershberger. She surLola (Atherton) Yeater Yeater of Killbuck; and sis- vives. and married Rebecca ters, Cheryl Weidenhamer He was a member of the Richmond. She survives. of Wooster and Sandy Old Order Amish Church Ronnie was a U.S. Army Ackert of Glenmont. where he was ordained a veteran, had made his home There were no services deacon in 1977. in Rittman since 1992, and or calling hours. Gillman Surviving in addition enjoyed target shooting. He Funeral Home in Ritt- to his wife, are children was a production worker man, handled arrange- Jerry (Linda) Yoder of and was last employed at ments. Fredericksburg, Norman PAR Industries. Memorial contribu- (Esther) Yoder of Patriot, Surviving in addition to tions may be made to Leon (Linda) Yoder of Alzheimer’s Association, Fredericksburg, Andrew 1815 W. Market St., Suite (Miriam) Yoder of Mill301, Akron 44313-7067. ersburg and Elmina (Rob-
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ert) Miller of Dundee; 32 grandchildren; 19 greatgrandchildren; sisters Fannie (Isaac) Keim of Apple Creek and Arie (Aden) Raber of Wilmot; a sister-in-law, Lydia Yoder of Millersburg; and a brother-in-law, Alfred (Dora) Miller of Apple Creek. In addition to his first wife, he was preceded in death by his parents; brothers Dan, Harry, Eli and Roman; and sisters Mary Hershberger, Malinda Yoder, Edna Yoder, Katie Miller, Anna Miller and Sarah Mast. Funeral services were Wednesday, March 13 at the Willis Miller residence, 8457 County Road 77, Fredericksburg, with Bishop Leroy E. Miller officiating. Burial was in the Yoder Cemetery, Salt Creek Township, Holmes County. Spidell Funeral Home in Mount Eaton, handled arrangements.
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Cooking with a Doc: Cooking demonstatration patient schedule and trying to keep up with his involved family, Vaccariello has to make sure that he prioritizes what he does and eats to remain healthy. The class is $10 and will include a demonstration by Vaccariello of some
of his favorite dishes, followed with a question/ answer time. Taste the dishes and leave with a week’s worth of healthy menus that are typical in the Vaccariello household. The Cooking with a Doc class with be April 20 at 1 p.m. at St. Peter’s Church,
Millersburg. Walk-ins are welcome but in order to be guaranteed a spot you must register by Wednesday, April 17 at one of the following: www.fitto-serve.org, Nashville Church of Christ or New Horizon Natural Health Food store in Millersburg.
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A free Hunter Education Class will be held at Eastern Holmes Sportsman Club, Township Road 310, from 6-9 p.m. on Monday, April 15 and Friday, April 19. The class will be by volunteer instructors for the Division of Wildlife, Ohio Division of Wildlife, Patricia and Larry Lang.
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Immunization clinics The Holmes County Health Department offers children’s immunization clinics at various sites throughout Holmes County on a monthly basis. Immunizations are offered to anyone 0-18 years of age at no cost. Medicaid cards and donations are accepted. A parent or guardian must accompany childrenanother adult may take the child with written permission from the parent. Take
a copy of the child’s immunization record. Below are the scheduled clinics: — Holmes County Health Department, 931 Wooster Road, Millersburg, Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-1 p.m. and 2-4:30 p.m. (Health Clinic only, closed first and third Wednesday afternoons of each month. All others are open.) — Walnut Creek Mennonite Church, 2619 Township Road 144, Walnut Creek, Tuesday, April
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onstrated financial need and the intent to pursue a major in accounting, finance or business administration. Preference is awarded to female candidates. The scholarship was endowed with a contribution of $14,500 from the employees of Rea & Associates and a match of $12,500 from the Rea Foundation. Additional contributions are welcome. “I can think of no better way to honor Marcia than through this scholarship,” said Michael Taylor, a col-
league and close friend of Stutzman’s at Rea & Associates. “I’m touched that our team stepped up to help make this scholarship possible.” The Holmes County Community Foundation will manage the application and selection process for the scholarship, which will be a minimum of $500 and a maximum of $1,000 annually. The deadline for applicants is at close of business April 19. Applicants can find more information and a downloadable application at www.hcef.net.
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Obituaries Sylvia Kiser, 79 Sylvia C. Kiser, 79, Millersburg, passed away Monday morning, April 1, 2013, at the home of her best friend, Madeline Sue Eastep, after a sudden illness. S h e w a s b o r n Oct. 2, 1933, in Clevel a n d , to John and Virg i n i a (Langevich) Matocky, and married Eldon Kiser on Oct. 9, 1974. He preceded her in death on May 22, 1997. Sylvia was a member of Millersburg Church of God, and enjoyed working on puzzles, camping and she loved to dance. Surviving are friends Madeline Sue Eastep, Bobby Primm, Thomas Lynn Hart, Christine Croll and Marlene Gooding, all of Millersburg; 16 grandchildren, Tom and Cherie Eastep of Big Prairie, Cathy and Bob Cool of Layland, Tim and Lynn Eastep of Millersburg, Linda Eastep of
Millersburg, Loretta and Jeff Shearer of Nashville, Barbara and Thomas Frazier of Killbuck, Rader and Tabatha Eastep of Warsaw, Tasha Eastep of Millersburg, Jessica Hart of Millersburg, T.J. Hart of Millersburg, Daphne and Earl Jarvis of West Virginia, Brittany and Mickie Morris of West Virginia, Moses Schmucker of Canton, Corinthia Little of Millersburg, Misty Dawn Little of Millersburg, and Emily Brooke Little of Millersburg; 18 great-grandchildren; and 14 great-great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents; husband; and grandsons, Scott Eastep and Danny Eastep. Funeral services were Thursday, April 4 at Alexander Funeral Home, Millersburg, with pastor Dave Masters officiating. Burial was in Oak Hill Cemetery, Millersburg. The family suggests contributions be made to Hospice & Palliative Care of Greater Wayne (Holmes) County, 2525 Back Orrville Road, Wooster 44691.
Ira Landis, 89 Ira R. “Dick” Landis, 89, of Wooster died Saturday, April 6, 2013, at the Smithville Western Care Center. He was born March 9, 1924, in New Pittsburg, the son of Sherman and R u t h Peters L a n d i s. On January 24, 1944, he married Betty L. Reynolds, who preceded him in death in 1999. Dick retired from the U.S. Postal Service after 32 years, and he drove and taught school bus driving. He drove school buses for Triway Local Schools for 15 years. He was a veteran of the United States Army during World War II, where he made many combat jumps serving as a paratrooper. He was past commander of the American Legion Post 68 and V.F.W. Post 1081. He was past president of the New Pitts-
burg Lions Club and was a member of the Ohio State Highway Patrol Auxiliary. He was a member of Central Christian Church, where he served as a lifetime elder. Surviving are his children, Rich (Barb) Landis of Lakeville, William (Nancy) Landis of Wooster, and Joy (Ron) Durham of New Albany, Indiana; siblings, Paul Landis of Florida and Marvalene Landis of Wooster; grandchildren, Scott, Sean and Corey Landis and Sarah Durham; great-grandchildren, Carl, Dan, and Aislinn Landis; and a greatgreat-grandchild, Riley Landis. Private family graveside services were held. Memorial contributions may be made to Central Christian Church 407 N. Market St. Wooster, 44691, or to the Wayne County Humane Society, 1161 Mechanicsburg Rd., Wooster, 44691. McIntire, Bradham & Sleek Funeral Home assisted the family with arrangements.
Mose Miller Jr., 82 Mose M. Miller Jr., 82, 287 N. Mill St., Fredericksburg, died Monday, April 1, 2013, surrounded by family at his home after a lengthy illness. He was b o r n Nov. 15, 1930, in Wayne C o u n ty, the son of Mose N. and Barbara (Schlabach) Miller and married Susan A. Miller on March 1, 1951. She survives. He retired from Akro Corp. in Holmesville and had worked as a timber cutter and also at Kidron Body. He was a member of United Dayspring Mennonite Church in Berlin and enjoyed blue grass music and fox and coon hunting. He had made his home in the Fredericksburg area all of his life. Surviving in addition to his wife, are sons- and daughters-in-law, Ver-
non and Sara Miller of Fredericksburg, Lester and Marlene Miller of Benton, Leroy and Lisa Miller of Fredericksburg and Wayne and Jerri Miller of Wooster; seven grandchildren; three step-grandchildren; two great-grandchildren; and two step-greatgrandchildren; a brother, Pete (Katie) Miller of Millersburg; a halfsister, Anna Schlabach of Douglasville, Ga.; and many nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by an infant son; brothers and sisters, Sarah Mast, Lizzie Schlabach, Mattie and Alma Miller, Sam, Eli, Andy and Vernon Miller. Services were Thursday, April 4, at United Dayspring Mennonite Church, 5641 Township Road 362, Berlin, with the pastors of the church officiating. Burial was in Berlin Township Cemetery. Murray Funeral Home, Fredericksburg, handled arrangements.
Fannie Yoder, 71 Fannie A. Yoder, 71, of 10550 Miller Road, Sugarcreek, died Friday, April 5, 2013, at Community Hospice House in New Philadelphia following a brief illness. S h e was born July 6, 1941, in Holmes County to the late Alfred and Sarah (Miller) Stutzman. Fannie was retired from Dutch Valley Bakery where she worked for 26 years. She was a member of Maranatha Fe l l o ws h i p C hu r c h at Sugarcreek and she enjoyed spending time with family and friends. She was married to Atlee A. Yoder, who died on October 6, 1983. She is survived by her two sons, Merle (Wanda) Yoder and Marvin (Brenda) Yoder, both of Sugarcreek; sonin-law, Marty Troyer of Sugarcreek; six grandchildren, Derek Yoder, Kyle Yoder, Kammi Yoder, Kira Yoder, Beli-
cia Yoder and Brianna Troyer; two brothers, John Henry (Mattie) Stutzman of Millersburg and Dan (Martha) Stutzman of Berlin; three sisters, Anna (John) Hochstetler and Katie (Mose) Miller, both of Millersburg, and Ella (Marvin) Shoup of Dundee. In addition to her parents and her husband, she was preceded in death by two daughters, Wanda Yoder and Debbie Troyer, and a granddaughter, Amara Yoder. Services were held on Monday, April 8, 2013, at Maranatha Fellowship Church in Sugarcreek with Pastor Paul Leroy Miller officiating. Burial was in Yoder Cemetery, Clark Twp., Holmes County. Arrangements were handled by Smith-Varns Funeral Home in Sugarcreek. The family suggests that memorials may be made to Community Hospice of Tuscarawas County at 716 Commercial Ave. SW, New Philadelphia, Ohio, 44663.
Vicky Boreman, 61 Vicky Lee Boreman, 61, Mohicanville, died Monday afternoon, April 8, 2013, at her home after a courageous battle with cancer. Vicky was born Jan. 16, 1952, in Akron, the daughter of Robert G. and Lois E. (Hoff) Evans, and was a 1970 graduate of Springfield High School. She had lived in the Mohicanville area since 1984, moving from Medina County. On Oct. 16, 1982, she married Alan A. Boreman. He survives. She had been employed for 14 years at WIL Research, Ashland and for 18 years at Medina General Hospital in the dietary department. She loved living in the country and gardening around the home she and her husband built. Surviving in addition to her husband are her mother, Lois Dukes of Conroe, Texas; a broth-
er, Robert G. (Cheryl) Evans of Akron; sisters Penny M. (Richard) Martin and Patricia A. Evans, both of Akron, and Kathleen (Donald) Yarnell of Wooster; her mother-inlaw, Laura Boreman of Spencer; brothers-in-law Fred (Doris) Boreman, Darin (Denise) Boreman, and John Boreman, all of Spencer; and sisters-inlaw, Karen (Eric) Glass and Jenny Boreman, both of Spencer, Lisa Boreman of Medina, Valen (Dave) Jones of Lakeville, and Emma Cochran of Lodi. She was preceded in death by her father; her stepfather, Francis “Frank” Dukes; and her father-in-law, Fred Boreman. There were no services. The Boreman family requests memorial contributions be given to Hospice of North Central Ohio, 1050 Dauch Drive, Ashland 44805. The Lindsey Funeral Home, Loudonville, assisted the Boreman Family with arrangements.
David ‘DJ’ Stahl II David W. “DJ” Stahl II, 20, Killbuck, beloved son, grandson, brother, uncle, nephew and cousin, passed a w a y unexpectedly on We d n e s d a y , March 27, 2013. DJ was born Aug. 8, 1992, to David W. Stahl and Toni L. (Cunningham) Stahl, both of Killbuck, and was a graduate of Wooster City School through Boys’ Village in 2010. He loved spending time with family, especially his niece, Destiny, and playing video games with his brother, Colt. DJ will be deeply missed by many! Surviving in addition to his parents are a brother,
Colt C. Stahl of the home; a sister, April D. Stahl of Killbuck; nieces Destiny Stahl and Payton Cornell, both of Killbuck; a close cousin, Ellen Miller of Orrville; grandpas Dave F. Stahl of Shreve and Don Tucker of Wooster. DJ also considered Nicole Belletaire and Ashleigh Murphy as his stepmother and stepsister, and Robert Jones as his stepfather. Also surviving are numerous aunts, uncles, cousins, and a special friend, Bruce Spencer and his family. Grandmothers Jean Stahl and Linda Tucker preceded him in death. Funeral services were Tuesday, April 2, at Alexander Funeral Home, Millersburg. Burial was in Cunningham Family Cemetery, Holmes County.
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Four seasons of weather in one week of sports In weather more suitable for dogsled racing than spring sports, it was fun to actually get out and see some baseball last week. At Monday’s HilandWest Holmes softball game, I could barely feel my feet and fingers at the conclusion of the game, which was played in temperatures hovering around 30 degrees. I wasn’t so much worried about myself. I felt bad for the kids who had to try and function with a glove on their hand or with the bat. I could barely get my pen to write while keeping score, I could only imagine how hard it had to be to be out on the field playing. It was crisp and clear, and most of all dry, which meant the games must go on; because during Ohio springs, you have to take dry days whenever you get them. I watched a couple tennis matches and a pair of baseball games last week to go along with the softball game. I don’t think the temperature ever got over 50 during the week. It was just a cool and dry week. At Friday night’s baseball game at Hiland, it was so cold you could
see your breath. I was grateful to take refuge in the cozy confines of the new press box at Hiland, but again, I felt bad for the kids who had to be outside roughing it. I was amazed at how big the crowd was on such a chilly evening. Having been to Hiland before, I was aware of how cold it could get by the tennis courts and I was dressed in plenty of layers on Saturday for the Hiland Invitational. While the sun peeked through the sky on occasion and teased us, the wind whipped through to remind us that it was still spring, no matter how bright it might be. The temperature soared near 70 on Sunday, but with the warmth came the threat of rain. That’s the great thing about spring sports in Ohio. You can experience just about every form of weather within a week. There is no real need to take an exotic vacation. • • • The Holmes County Sports Hall of Fame is seeking sports memorabilia to exhibit in the new display area provided by the Holmes Historical Society. Anyone with items or souvenirs to commemorate Holmes County sports should contact Lew Bevington at 330231-4323.
SPORTS FANS! With 30 major league baseball teams, how many would you guess are managed by former catchers? The hiring of Mike Redmond in Florida before the start of the 2013 season brought the number to 11. What’s more, all four teams that made it to the 2012 League Championship Series - San Francisco, St. Louis, Detroit, and New York Yankees - were skippered by ex-catchers. In fact, since 2007, at least two of the four teams that reached the LCS each year were managed by former catchers. Dale Earnhardt Jr. was voted NASCAR’s most popular driver by the fans for the ninth consecutive time in 2011, and he earned more than $28 million including salary and endorsements for that year - which made him perhaps the most overrated driver in the history of the sport, because Earnhardt didn’t win a single race in 2011, and he’s never won the Sprint Cup title. Still, in 2012 Earnhardt completed the first 5,648 laps of the season to set a modern NASCAR record. The pace of college basketball has slowed considerably over the last 20-plus years. Using possessions per game to measure tempo, during the 1989-90 season the four top scoring teams averaged more than 80 possessions each game. In the 2011-12 campaign, just one of the top four averaged more than 70. As a result, points have declined accordingly. The top scoring team in 1989-90 was Loyola Marymount at a whopping 122.4 points per game, while Kansas ranked fifth at 92.1. In 2011-12, North Carolina led the nation with an average of just 81.3 points per game.
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Mullet tops Nelson to help Hawks win their own invite By KEVIN LYNCH Staff Writer In a potential preview of the Eastern District tennis tournament, Hiland’s Braxton Mullet and West Holmes’ Danny Nelson met in the first singles finals of the Hiland Invitational Saturday in Berlin. Forcing the action with steady ground strokes and taking advantage of a bad day from the service line by Nelson, Mullet scored a 6-2, 6-4 triumph over the West Holmes senior to help Hiland take home the team title in the four-team invitational. “My game plan was to just keep the ball on play and make him mess up,” Mullet said. “It seemed to work pretty well.” With the win by Mullet, the Hawks’ junior gained some muchneeded confidence which will hopefully carry over until they meet again. “Over the winter I worked really hard,” he said. “I went up to Wooster a lot, had a lot of lessons and got some positive influence from my dad (Hiland coach Tony Mullet). That has all translated into good playing so far this season. I hope to keep playing like this.” The Hawks claimed three championships and the overall team title with 12 points, defeating Coshocton (7), West Holmes (6) and Triway (5). “He seemed to be playing well and my forehand was a little off,” Nelson said. “I missed my first serves a lot, and that didn’t help.” Also taking home titles for the Hawks were Alec Mast at third singles and the second doubles team of Cameron Stutzman and Grant Stutzman. Mast wore down an already tired Cameron Wiandt of Coshocton 6-3, 6-4 for the third singles trophy. “I just tried to wear him down. I knew he had just played a twohour match,” Mast said of his opponent, who edged West Holmes’ Tim Meyer 7-5, 6-7 (3-7), 6-2 in a marathon match in the opening round. Fatigue set in on Wiandt as Mast played like a wall, returning everything and forcing his opponent into mistakes.
First singles champion Braxton Mullet returns a shot against Danny Nelson of West Holmes in the finals match of the Hiland Invitational Saturday in Berlin.
The doubles team of Stutzman and Stutzman had to battle back from a first-set defeat to pull out a 3-6, 6-3, 6-2 triumph at second doubles over Triway’s Kenny Ritchey and Ben Steinman in the championship. Hiland’s first doubles duo of Cole Reynolds and Cameron Yoder were knocked off by Triway’s Tyler Flickinger and Brandon Reeves in three sets. “That was a good match. We needed to keep them down, but they woke up and Flickinger started playing like we know he can,” Hiland coach Tony Mullet said. “Overall, I’m pretty pleased. I don’t remember the last time we won the invitational. Winning this was one of our goals along the way this season.” West Holmes coach Jason Otto was disappointed with the performance of his team, which finished third, with two runners-up and a pair of thirds. “I thought we’d compete with Hiland to win this,” Otto said. “Coshocton was obviously better than we expected. We were hoping to win it, if not at least get second.
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We knew Hiland was pretty deep this year.” The West Holmes coach commended Mullet’s effort against his senior star. “Braxton is one of those players who is hot and cold during matches, where they’re off and they’re on. The first set Braxton was on, but in the second set Danny got up 3-1, but then Braxton got hot again,” Otto said. “They are both kind of streaky. They just went back and forth. You hope your hot streak comes when the set is on the line.” He expects they’ll see each other again down the line with bigger stakes. “Last year Braxton and Danny never played at sectionals or districts, but that could change this year,” Otto said. “Hank Ruby from Cambridge is probably going to be in the mix as well.” Nate Ewing placed second at second singles, falling in the finals to Coshocton’s Jim Magness 7-6 (8-6), 6-3. Ewing opened the day by beating Hiland’s Spencer Yoder 7-5 6-3. Yoder rebounded with a 6-0, 6-3 win over Triway’s Collin Yoder to take third at second singles.
Knights swing hot bats in sweep of Redskins The West Holmes baseball bats came to life on Saturday, banging out 24 runs on 31 hits in sweeping a doubleheader from the Coshocton Redskins. The Knights won the opener 13-6 and capped off the day with an 11-8 victory. In the opener, West Holmes got three scoreless innings of no-hit pitching from Gabe Snyder while the bats put five runs on the board. Keaton Leppla homered and Vayden Wood bashed a pair of doubles in a 4-for-4 day. Snyder and Leppla added three hits for the Knights and Scott Troyer chipped in a double to pace the 17-hit attack. Clay Stutzman worked 3 1/3 innings of relief, giving up six runs on four hits and seven walks. Levi
Jones struck out the final batter of the game. In Game 2, after spotting Coshocton a three-run lead in the first inning against Troyer, the Knights rallied for four runs in the third and fourth innings, and answered a four-spot by the Redskins in the sixth inning with two in the top of the seventh to secure the sweep. Colton Shane relieved Troyer and worked three innings, giving up five runs on three hits. Jones pitched the final frame for the save. Wood finished his day with three more hits in the nightcap, wrapping up a 7-for-9 afternoon. Leppla and Jones (3-for-5) pounded out doubles for the winners, who improved to 5-1 on the season. Coshocton dipped to 3-4 on the campaign.
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LEGAL NOTICE PUBLIC AUCTION SALE BY THE BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE ASHLAND COUNTY-WEST HOLMES JOINT VOCATIONAL SCHOOL DISTRICT OF PERSONAL PROPERTY LOCATED IN ASHLAND, OHIO Notice is hereby given that the Board of Education of the Ashland County-West Holmes Joint Vocational School District (“the Board”), Ashland County, Ohio, will offer for sale at public auction at West Holmes High School, 10909 State Route 39, Millersburg, Ohio, commencing at 10:00 a.m. on Saturday, May 18, 2013, a modular house constructed by the Career Center’s West Holmes Carpentry students. Subject to the right of the Board to reject all bids, the sale shall be made to the highest bidder, but shall not be final until written notification of the acceptance of the bid is given by the Board. Cash or a check payable to "Board of Education of the Ashland County-West Holmes Joint Vocational School District" or a combination, in the amount of ten percent (10%) of the high bid will be required at the time of the public auction from the highest bidder as security for faithful performance should the bid be accepted, which amount will be applied on the purchase price in the event the bid is accepted by the Board. Balance due at closing. Additional Information and Conditions of Sale: Information concerning the auction sale and a copy of the "Conditions of Sale", in accordance with and subject to which all bids shall be made, may be obtained at the Office of the Treasurer, 1783 Ashland, Ohio 44805 Telephone (419) 289-3313
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Questions about the House: County, SR-520-6.41 and is Contact Ron Nunez, Carpen- a B R I D G E R E P L A C E try Teacher, at (330) MENT (1 BRIDGE) project. The date set for completion 674-6085 of this work shall be as set The Board reserves the right forth in the bidding proposal. Plans and specifications are to reject any or all bids. on file in the Department of John Coffman, Transportation. DEPARTMENT OF Interim Treasurer TRANSPORTATION Board of Education of the The Daily Record Ashland County-West Publish April 11, 2013 Holmes Joint Vocational LEGAL NOTICE School District 1783 State Route 60 Notice of Public Hearing Ashland, Ohio 44805 Pursuant to OAC section (419) 289-3313 5101:2-25-03 a public hearPublish Wooster Daily Record ing will be conducted by the April 10, 2013 County Department of Job Publish Holmes County Hub Publish Holmes County Shopper and Family Services on beApril 11, 2013 half of the County Human Services Planning CommitLEGAL NOTICE The Holmes County Com- tee regarding the proposed missioners are accepting bids county profile of Title XX to conduct the demolition for social services administered up to 8 individual properties under the Title XX Social in Holmes County, Ohio. Services Block Grant in Estimated cost to conduct Holmes County between the work is $69,000. Fund- July 1, 2013 through June ing for the project is through 30, 2015. Public participathe Moving Ohio Forward tion and comment is welGrant – Ohio Attorney Gen- come. Questions regarding eral. All bids must be sub- this hearing can be directed mitted to the Holmes County to Stephanie Geib at Planning Commission by 330-674-1111, ext. 313 May 10th, 2013 at 10:00AM at the 2 Court Street located Date: April 16, 2013 in Millersburg, Ohio. Bid Time: 10am to 11am documents are available for Location: Holmes County purchase for $25 each at the Department of Job and FamHolmes County Planning ily Services Commission. Please contact 85 N. Grant Street, MillersOhio 44654 Arnold Oliver a t burg, Publish Holmes County Hub 330-674-8625 at the Holmes Publish Holmes County Shopper 28, 2013 County Planning Commis- March April 4, 11, 2013 sion with any questions Publish Holmes County Hub Publish Holmes County Shopper April 11, 18, 2013
NOTICE TO BIDDERS STATE OF OHIO DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION Columbus, Ohio Division of Construction Management Legal Copy Number: 130311 Sealed proposals will be accepted from pre-qualified bidders at the ODOT Office of Contracts until 10:00 a.m. on May 9, 2013. Project 130311 is located in Holmes
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CASH FOR scrap metal: trucks, buses, cars, heavy equip., farm equip., copper, batteries, brass, aluminum, and any metal. Call (330) 473-8410. FOR RENT: Portable steam clean pressure washer for farm & job sites. Call for rates. (330) 466-8768.
THE VILLAGE of Shreve is seeking a full time Maintenance and Laborer. App.and Resume deadline is April 19th. Please call 330567-2601 or email: shrevevillagehall@ yahoo.com with questions. ESTABLISHED RETAIL business, equip-
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PLEASE NOTE: ALL ROUTES REQUIRE EARLY MORNING HOURS *Perspective carriers may deliver m u l t i ple routes as time allows* MILLERSBURG Glen Drive Area Route 4700 - 30 customers. Approx. $114/mo. Contact Eric at 330-287-1658. Route 4707 - 41 customers. Approx. $158/mo. Contact Eric@ 330-287-1658. MILLERSBURG in-town carrier routes Route 4701 - 21 customers, monthly Route 4704 - 17 customers, monthly Route 4705 - 26 customers, monthly Route 4708 - 74 customers, monthly. Call Eric @ 330-287-1658
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If you would like your name put on our list of prospective carriers or drivers in your area, simply call the Circulation Department at 330- 264-1125 or 1-800686-3958, or stop by our office at 212 E. Liberty St., Wooster. Please refer to the individual route number when calling. There is no collecting of money from any of our customers on any of our delivery routes. CALL TODAY! THE ECONOMY GOT YOU DOWN? GOOD PART TIME $$$$$ FOR PART TIME HOURS DELIVERING THE LOCAL MORNING NEWSPAPER FOR THE DAILY RECORD If you would like to have your name put on our list of prospective carriers or drivers in your area, simply call the circulation department at 330-264- 1125 ext 2257 or 1-800-686-3958, or stop by our office at 212 E. Liberty St., Wooster. Please refer to the individual route number when calling. There is no collecting of money from any of our customers on any of our delivery routes. CALL TODAY!! WANT YOUR own home business? Try our all natural product. It works for us. For information call 330-567-2090.
WANTED. HELPER on mason crew. Winesburg/ Dundee area. Stonehedge Masonry, Eddie Miller, (330) 359-1902. DRIVING INSTRUCTOR $17./hr Your car/sched. Free training. Classroom position also available. 888-MYERS-60. FULL AND part time help needed on poured wall crew. Immediate opening. Call 330-231-0677. OIL SERVICE rig taking applications for rig hands. (740) 824-4692. HELP NEEDED, no experience necessary, for construction crew. 330-231-2460. WANTED: SEMI retired driver, must be able to drive vehicle with trailer, some light work involved. Winesburg/ Walnut Creek area. Call Merle at 330-353-4855. HELP WANTED on framing crew, exp. helpful, but not a must. Mike Borntrager, 330-763-1616. MILLERSBURG CONCRETE company is looking for concrete finishers and laborers. Call 330-763-0301 for more information. WE ARE currently accepting applications for siding installers. Must be 18 yrs of age or older. Drivers must have clean driving records. Contact Homestead Exterior Solutions 330-674-1077. GENERAL LABORERS needed to conduct geophysical surveying. Job involves working outdoors while performing strenuous work. Requires a valid Ohio driver's license. Must be able to pass drug screen and background check. Job demands walking for long periods on uneven surfaces, and must be willing to work out of state at times. Health insurance paid, 401K. Apply in person M-F, 9a-4p at: Precision Geophysical 2695 SR 83 S Millersburg, Ohio 44654. WANTED: Worker, driver for roofing crew. 330-674-5740 leave message. WANTED: SOMEONE to stack lumber for lumber grader. Must have valid drivers license. (330) 231-3236. BERLIN HOTEL & SUITES is looking for Front Desk help. Must be available on Sundays. Must be able to work an 8 hour day, and/or flexible shifts. Apply in person. 5330 CR 201, Millersburg, OH. NO calls please.
DAILY RECORD Carriers Needed If you would like to have your name put on our list of prospective carriers or drivers in your area, simply call the circulation department at 330-264-1125 ext 2257 or 1-800-686-3958, or stop by our office at 212 E. Liberty St., Wooster. Please refer to the individual route number when calling. There is no collecting of money from any of our customers on any of our delivery routes.
LOCAL LAWN Care & Landscaping Company seeking to fill F/T position. Must have clean driver's lic. & must pass drug test. Call 330-961-1947, lv. msg. with contact info & exp. or email resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org SEASONAL PART TIME power washers needed Mon-Fri. Call (330) 852-7111. A valid drivers license a must. DRIVER/WORKER FOR Amish interior trim crew, dependable, reliable, experience helpful. 330-600-1511
WANTED: DRIVER on work crew to drive company pickup truck & trailer. Call John 330-231-4122 MILLERSBURG ICE Co is looking for a Class B CDL driver and non-CDL driver. Apply in person at Millersburg Ice, 25 S. Grant St. Millersburg. DRIVER/WORKER TO work with roofing/framing crew. Prefer Winesburg/ Walnut Creek area. Call (330) 231-3866 DRIVERS: $500 Sign-On Bonus! Dedicated Zanesville Account! Great Pay, Benefits, Miles, Weekly Home-Time & More! 1-888-567-3109.
125 Medical / Healthcare - HOME Health Aide Searching for great home health aides with at least 1 year of experience. Provide proof of Home Health or STNA Certification and valid Ohio drivers license. Nice hourly rate and mileage between clients. Most work will be done in a Dalton, OH facility. Apply online at www.answercare.org or in person (appointment only) at 7193 Sunset Strip Ave. NW, North Canton, OH 44720. Interested applicants contact Jordan P. Bucar at 1-855-213-1511 or email@example.com by May 20th.
32 — Thursday, April 11, 2013 125 Medical / Healthcare 225 CHIROPRACTIC OFFICE seeks marketing/outreach coordinator. 30+ hrs/wk. Must be able to work some wknds. Need to have a flexible schedule. Must be good communicator, extremely organized and outgoing. Please bring resume with references to 5225 Clev. Rd. Wooster.
130 Administrative / Office BERLIN MENNONITE church is seeking an experienced Administrative Assistant for a minimum of 20 hours per week. Must be self-motivated with the ability to work within a team setting, have good communication skills with the ability to represent the church, be proficient in Microsoft Office. Please send resume with two referenced to P.O. Box 217 Berlin, Ohio 44610, attention Dayna.
195 Services FOR RENT: Case skid Loader with bucket, pallet fork, manure fork. Also 4 ton dump trailer and 30 ton log splitter. Henry J. Miller, Sugarcreek. 330-852- 3363.
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FOR RENT: T190 Skid Loader on rubber tracks with tooth bucket, forks. $22/hour. Baltic Area. (330) 897-0152. FOR RENT - Bobcat T300 skid loader, $25/hr.; Bobcat Mini Hoe, $22/hr. (330) 231-6196 FORD 2600 diesel tractor, 2100 hours, excellent condition. Runs 23 miles per hour. (330) 897-4605. MASSEY FERGUSON 285 Tractor, 80HP, 3,897 Hours, $6,100. Massey Ferguson 275 Tractor, $3,900. John S. Miller, (330) 893-0303 OLDER FERGUSON Tractor, needs work. $800 OBO. (330) 472-2613 300 GALLON Rubbermaid stock tank, never used. $150. 330-663-1375. N. H. 273 Baler with trower. N. H. 256 rake. I.H. 720 5-16 plow. I.H. 800 corn planter, 4-40. I.H. 370 15 ft dic. Pequea 7 ft hay tedder, always stored inside. N.I. 319 corn picker. (330) 473-7733. ssssssssssss FOR SALE: 8420 Case International Round Baler, 400 gal Bulk Tank. Good for Maple Syrup. Aden Mullet (330) 695-2208 FOR SALE: New Holland 256 Rake. Good codition, $1650. Willis Yoder. (330)359-0329
SALE: flat bed square bale wagon. Antiques Collectibles FOR Steel wheels, one upright, $250. Mahlon Yoder, CR 12, 740-622-1654
FOR SALE: 6' Tall Grandmothers C l o c k , solid Cherry. Chimes on the quarter hour. Old oil lamps, Fenton Honeycomb dishes. (330) 897-4601. FENTON HAND painted lamp. Joel Pomerene Numbered, signed. Still in box, 1989, $900 OBO. 330-674-1412
CHARMING SPINNER. Also 22 cu ft chest freezer, not working. 330-852-9108. FOR SALE: Dometic Gas Refrigerator, Acetylene, welding outfit for 2-wheel cart. Ervin Gingerich (330) 359-7102
4' BUSH HOG Brush Hog, in good condition. $700. 3 pt Disc & 3 pt Cultivator, $50 each. (330) 601-3307 OLIVER 2 bottom plow, Indiana sulky plow, #9 high gear mower, Grimm hay tedder, New Idea H10 manure spreader. (330) 852-1703. BRUSH HOG, 5 ft, pull type, like new. (330) 852-3510. HAY MOWER, New Idea,7 ft, cut conditioner, $500. Also 3 point hitch, 3 bottom plow, $150. 330-378-4031. FORD 8N with Blade. Later model engine overhauled. Runs good. Looks good. Many new parts, $2700. 330-674-9910 2 MILKER units with 55 lb. bucket; also, 2 milker units with 45 lb. bucket. Call Roy Burkholder, (330) 893-0814 FOR SALE: Massey tractor 231 with 600 hrs., like new, everything works, no leaks. Call after 4pm. 330-465-2755
FOR SALE: New & used Generators for Ringer Washers. Also electric motors. Eli D. Miller (330) 893-1336†Ext 2
FOR SALE: Ribstone stave silo, disassembled on pallets, good cond. Phone (330) 201-4638.
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
FORD 3000 diesel tractor, good cond. $3500. 330-465-9805.
FOR SALE: Crystal Cold Fridge NG, Good working condition. 18 cu. ft., (330) 279-3005
FOR SALE: Bobcat skid loader 732. Gas, for parts, not running, $1750. 330-852-3173
FOR SALE. GPS Oregon 450T with city navigator download and bike mount. Call for details. (330) 674-1974 ext 2.
FOR SALE: NH 256 Rake, in good condition. Jr. Erb (330) 852-2666
FOR RENT: S185 BobCat with steel tracks, forks & bucket. $18./hr.; JLG Scissor-lift, $50/day; 42-ft. JLG GradeAll, (call for rate). 330-897-1222x3 FOR RENT: Takeuchi TB 135 mini excavator. Heat & air conditioning. Different size buckets available with trailer, $25. per hour. Day time phone 330-231-5065 or 330-567-2213 ext 1. Duane Raber. FOR RENT: Bobcat MT52, 36" wide, mini loader, pallet forks, bucket, post hole digger, 8" & 12" bit. (330) 852-2402 TRACKHOE, LGP, Cummins, Three buckets, 30" Tracks. Shreve (330) 496-3412
STEINER 560 Bale Beaver, In good condition, (330) 359-5647 or (330) 473-2866
MF 65 Diesel with forward reverse shuttle. Clean Tractor. Two JD plateless planter, units with disc openers. Like New. Right hand pioneer sulking plow with Oliver bottom. (330) 897-0405 VM FOR SALE: 763 Bobcat .03, 2700 hours, new tires. New pallet forks and bale spears. $11,500. obo. (330) 359-0810. JD 446 Round Baler, 4x4 Silage Special, Good condition, $8,750 OBO. (330) 852-2263 - after 5pm.
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NEW HOLLAND 630 round baler; New Holland 270 square baler; John Deere 24T square baler; New Holland 256 rake; John Deere 1240 4 row plateless corn planter; Andy J Raber, 330-893-0303. FOR SALE: John Deere 1020 Tractor, 33HP, 39HP at PTO, 3 point hitch, gas motor, runs good. $4,500 (330) 893-3234 FOR SALE: New Holland 353 Grinder, also, 500 gal. Diesel Fuel Tank, w/12V Pump. (330) 893-0017 SET OF foam filled skid steer wheels, 10 16.5, good shape, $1000. (330) 359-1127. 2006 NEW Holland L-185 Skidsteer, 1250 hrs. $14,500. New Brush Grabbles and Pallet Forks for skidsteers. Free Delivery. (330) 231-0625 FORD 4100 diesel tractor, 52 HP, 1800 hrs. Good cond. $7100. (330) 893-0602 1998 JOHN Deere 5510 Tractor, 80HP, 1300 Hours, Good condition, $14,500 OBO. (330) 852-3029 EZ TRAIL forecart, steel wheels, guard, new tongue, $500. Nelson Miller, TR 601, Fredericksburg. (330) 695-2506 ext 2. MCCORMICK DEERING #9 mower. High gear 7' cut haybine guards serrated knives. Good condition, certified organic ear corn. Robert Keim, 9821 Hogback Rd. Fredericksburg, OH 44627 NEW HOLLAND 630 Round Baler, 4x4, New Holland 270 Square Baler, John Deere 24T Square Baler, New Holland 455 PTO Mower, New Holland 256 Rake w/Dolly, John Deere 494A 4-Row Corn Planter, IH 7' Drag Disc, New Idea #17 Manure Spreader. Andy Raber (330) 893-0303
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ORGANIC 3RD cutting hay, dusty, for bedding. $40. bale. (330) 852-0519. CERTIFIED ORGANIC Seed Potatoes & Garden Seeds. Call Cloverland Ag Service for catalog. 330-231-4484 FRUIT TREES from Schlabach Nursery. Apple $14.50, all others $15.00. David Yoder 7756 SR 514 Big Prairie, OH 44611 FOR SALE: 4x5 Round bales, wheat straw. Other bedding available. Federidge Farm, (330) 893-9371 HORSE HAY, wheat straw, small squares, round bales & large squares. Call Jason 330-473-7905. WESTERN TOP quality dairy hay. Call Jason, 330-473-7905. EIGHT 1ST cutting Timothy round bales, 4x4, 900 lbs. Good clean horse hay. $130. each. (330) 472-2613.
FIREWOOD - Kiln dried kindling. $5.00/scoop or $25/pickup load. Troy Ridge Manufacturing, 3998 CR 168, Millersburg, OH. (2-1/2 mi. N.E. of Berlin). FIREWOOD, KILN Dried, cut offs. 10 yd load $85 + delivery. Henry J. Miller. 330-852-3363. SPLIT SEASONED firewood for sale $50/pickup load. Leroy Yoder, 3210 TR 194, Sugar Creek, OH. (330) 893-2010.
300 BALES 1st cutting Timothy, small square, $7.50/bale. (330) 472-2613 FOR SALE: 1st cutting Timothy mix, Small square bales. Abe Raber, 5150 CR 229, Fredericksburg (330) 695-6793.
FOR SALE Split seasoned firewood, slab wood & also boom truck loads available. Also hollow cmpfire logs 330 231-8462.
FOR SALE: Hay - top quality 2nd cutting, alfalfa, big square bales. Call (330) 439-8494.
SPLIT SEASONED firewood for sale. Near Welcome, west of Millersburg. $50. pick up load. 330-231-3350 or 330-231-6779.
FIRST CUTTING, small square bales, $5.75 bale. (740) 552-1722. 30 BALES high quality dairy baleage. $80. each. (330) 472-2613.
CUSTOM FORAGE harvesting with FWD John Deere self-propelled chopper. Will chop hay, rye and other forages. Tractors & wagons available to haul. Can also fill open tops to the side. Reasonable rates. Call 330-317-4977. DAIRY QUALITY Baleage. Also Hols t e i n Springer Heifers. Jeremiah Troyer. (330) 852-4310 FOR SALE. First cutting grass timothy mix, Walnut Creek area. 330-893-2076. 2nd, 3rd & 4th cutting alfalfa mixed hay, small squares, approx. 300 bales. Allen E. Miller, Holmesville, 330-5675944 ext 1. HAY, 3RD cutting grass, 4x5 round bales. Call 330-893-3201.
6 YR old Standard Bred Gelding, Buggy Broke, Ready for miles, Trots, 16.1 H. $1900. 330-674-5346 VM, 3841 TR 110, Millersburg OH, 44654
BERLIN COMMUNITY Garage Sales, April 25-27. 20+ sales. Maps avail. at all participating sales & N. Market Variety. Inquires-330- 231-5509
FOR SALE: Standing stud sire Donato Hanover, sire of dam Muscles Yankee Stands By. Jonas Miller, 7963 TR 602, Fredericksburg, OH 44627.
STANDING AT stud. 52 inch Paint black & white Homozygous pony stallion. Allen E Miller, 5571 CR 68, Millersburg, OH 44654. (330) 893-4908.
JERSEY BULL CALVES $20 (330) 763-1084 6 YR old Gelding, 44", Tri-colored, nice, kid broke. 11 yr old Gelding, 45", black & white, broke, a real babysitter. 3 yr old Mare, 44", brown, good broke. Ivan M. Miller, Sugarcreek (330) 852-7718 VM & white pony. Nice markings. Service fee $40. 10400 Lower Trail Rd, Dundee. (330) 852-2827. 5 YR old gelding, trotter, broke for anyone, travels nice. 4 yr old gelding, all trot, big enough for surrey. 3 yr old black mare, all trot, very sharp. Also others on hand. Loran Schlabach, (330) 852-3096. FOR SALE. Bay 3 yr. old Friesian standardbred gelding, well started, Sierra Cosma's grandson, $2500. VM / 330275-9256 FOR SALE: Like new, large pony harness made by Wengerd's harness shop, excellent condition. $300. (330) 567-2255.
SEASONED FIREWOOD for Sale. $50/pick-up load. Jonas L. Yoder, 3390 TR 194, Sugarcreek. (330) 893-1361.
Garage Yard Sales
BASEMENT SALE April 16-17th, Abe Raber, 6576 TR 350, Millersburg. Clothing, books, material, baby clothes, Tupperware & Misc. Items. GARAGE SALE: April 17-18, Electric Treadmill, 2 gal Ice Cream Freezer, Summit Viper Tree Stand, Trail Camera, Fish Scaler. All in excellent condition. Lots & Lots of other items. More garage sales in the neighborhood. Mose C Troyer, 2481 SR 651, Baltic. MULTI FAMILY garage sale. April 18-20, 9am. Old chairs, old headboard with footboard, popcorn machine, gun racks, collectibles, pictures, Wii games, books, window air cond., ceiling fan, wall cabinet, air hockey table, Eferest 100 lb heavy punching bag. Women plus sizes, boys 2T-4T, 8-10, 14-16; Girls 0-10/12. Infant car seat, stroller, large & small rocking horses, Little Tikes kitchen, Pack & Plays, lots of toys & misc. 7200 CR 623, behind Chuck Nicholson, Millersburg.
5 Yr. old black standard bred gelding, tss, women can drive, sharp, mostly trot, $2500; 7 yr. old standard bred gelding, dbl. gaited, has some snap, sound, ready for miles, $1500. 330-852-2816 17 YEAR old standard bred bay mare. Safe for women to drive. Trotter. Melvin J. Miller, 330-695-2028 12 YR old Cross Bred Mare, TSS, Kid Broke, Been in Surrey for 9 yrs. $800 9006 Salt Creek Rd., Fredericksburg OH 44627 (330) 695-9841 VM AT STUD- 2 paint ponies, 48" well marked, also 38" well marked, good disposition, $45/service fee. Wayne Weaver, 330-473-2416 9 YR old Standard Bred Gelding, traffic safe & sound, a good traveler. Call 330-600-0695.
FOR SALE: 53 in. brown gelding w/stripe and 4 white socks. Broke to ride and drive. TSS, not for little kids. Good traveler. 330-893-3087 ext. 1 WANTED: OPEN Dairy Heifers that are ready to breed by October. (330) 852-3719 5 YR old Trotter, boys horse, been in buggy, upheaded, TSS, Sire Victor Victorious. Michael R. Coblentz, 7229 TR 668, Millersburg (330) 359-5936 BLACK STANDARD Bred Mare, 12 yrs old, Brood mare or driving horse. (330) 852-0703†Ext. 2 4-H FAIR pigs for sale. York, Hamp, Duroc cross. Born 1/15/13 thru 3/15/13. (330) 893-3407. 5 yr. old standard bred mare, sire is Tom Ridge, out of Set Me Free dam, safe & sound, $3000; 5 yr. old reg'd black Morgan mare, from RG Ranch in Nebraska, tss, also safe for women, $3000. (330) 897-4503 PAIR OF 3 & 4 yr old spotted draft geldings. Broke to most all farm machinery. Marvin Coblentz, 992 US 62, Wilmot. (330) 359-5570. 8 YR. old Bay Morgan cross mare, sound, good traveler, buggy size, would make good boy's horse, $1500/obo. Call for more info. (330) 897-0326. FOR SALE: Royal white and Katahdin Ewe flock with 11 lambs and 1 Katahdin Ram. . Ray Weaver, 3833 T.R. 606 Fredericksburg, OH 44627 SMALL PONY cart, easy entry with lights, used very little, $475. Harness for small pony, $300. Harness for larger pony, $325. Millersburg, 330-473-7647. REG. PERCHERON mare, 9 yr old broke, $3000. Reg. Belgian mare, 8 yr old, broke, $2500. (330) 852-1703. WANTED: SMALL PONY, must be very tame for small children. 330-674-0494 FALL BORN (2012) Dorset rams. All twins, $350. Leroy Kuhns, 8085 CR 235, Fredericksburg. 330-674-3872 ext 4.
WANTED SOMEONE to use 2 year old Belgian mare for 2 summers. Nice size. Dennis Mast Alpine - 1 mi. E. 330-359-0672
FOR SALE, 9 yr old Standard Bred Gelding, TSS, Stands to hitch and at corners, Well broke. $2,000. Eli J. Mast, 330-893-9943
7 yr. old black standard bred mare, tss, top buggy broke, speeds up when traffic comes from behind, not for women. $2000. Aden D Schlabach, 3710 CR 200, Fredericksburg, OH . (330) 359-0182.
FOR SALE: 4 yr old Belgian Gelding, Broke to work. $2,500. Mose Miller 2628 TR 183, Baltic. (330) 897-0642
A PAIR of 3 yr old Belgian Geldings, willing workers & well broke, $2,800 2 yr old Gelding, $2,000. (330) 674-2045 Ivan Yoder FOR SALE: Used Surrey Pole, New paint, $175 (330) 600-0090
FOR RENT: 20' Shantler Chicken Litter Spreader, (330) 359-1127.
FRESH MAPLE SYRUP: $38 gal. Also in pints and quarts. Miller's Orchard 6411 TR 607, Fredericksburg 2 1/2 mi. SE of Fredericksburg
FOR SALE: Yearling standardbred filly & stud colt, $2200/both. Vernon Miller, (330) 893-2070.
SET OF steel Loegering skid loader
SECOND CUTTING grass alfalfa mix,
BARN SALE: April 29th - May 4th.
4 YEAR old black SB gelding, TSS,
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each. (330) 472-2613.
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FOR SALE: 48-JD-A, restored and rubber filled tires. (330) 893-2397 Ext 2
GOOD HORSE Hay, round bales. $80. (330) 472-2613
items, bent dents, books, cards, toys, lots of closeouts! AC Sales, 7792 Frease Road, Fredericksburg, OH. 330-6952344
WILL BUY wool, will be weighed and paid when dropped off. Wool bags are available. Earl Erb, 330-852-2383 ext 3.
Farm Equipment tracks, used 1 yr., excellent condition. small square bales, 50 lb bales, $8.50 Warehouse seconds, stainless steel, gift family horse, double gaited.
NI 206 Manure Spreader, (330) 473-9139
STANDING AT Stud, "AP Lindy", Registered Standard Bred Stallion. Sire "Self Possessed", Dam by "Florida Pro". Black, with 3 whites and a strip. Has produced some awesome driving offspring. Stud Fee $400. Call Ryan (330) 893-3861
BRAND NEW Hoosier Story sulky, red & white. (330) 852-3719.
MOVING SALE! April 25-27, Baby Crib/ Swing/High Chair, Furniture, Lots of Clothes, PSP Games, Discovering lots more. 9739 Yoder Rd, SW Sugarcreek. More sales in neighborhood. On Pleasant Valley Road, 7+families, Roy Weaver.
FOR SALE: Flatbed hay wagon with bale king racks. Good cond. (330) 567-2721.
EXQUISITE PURPLE Mermaid style Prom Gown, Strapless, Size 6, worn once, Orig. $400. Asking $200. (330) 231-1401
Firewood Fuel STANDING AT stud. 37 inches tall black
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ALFALFA MIX Hay, $6/Bale, Remington Reel Lawn mowers, $50 ea. David Troyer, 6610 CR 68, Millersburg OH 44654. (330) 674-2871
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FOR SALE: 4 YEARS old India Blue Peacock, (330) 852-1902.
WANTED: DUTCH X Percheron gelding and Morgan gelding. Must be good broke., sound, with no bad habits. Top dollar for top quality paid. 802-272-5707. SERVICE AGE Registered Jersey Bulls, Bred for components & longevity, from closed herd. (330) 698-0151 Ext 4 7 YR old Gelding, Pretty easy keeper, well broke for women or older people, nice traveler, trots, TSS, Dale Schlabach (330) 852-4283 VM 5 CERTIFIED ORGANIC springer heifers. Jersey/ Holstein cross. Also Gehl 4640E skid loader with 1700 hours, very good cond. (330) 567-2249. STANDING AT stud Domintor. Registered Friesian, 16.2 hands, sharp headset and long neck, $350.00. Live foal 1 yr return. Levi Yoder, 5864 CR 59, Millersburg, OH 44654.
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FOR SALE: 2 yr. old Belgian Filly. Well built and gentle. $1800. Robert Hershberger, 6750 E. Moreland Rd., Fredericksburg, OH 44627.
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FOR SALE: 3 2 yr. olds. 2 dutch standard bred cross. 1 Peter Z standard bred cross. 330-893-3836
YOUNG FLOCK of New Hampshire Red chickens--10 hens & 1 rooster, laying, $10/each. (330)473-2053.
3 YEARS old 1/2 Morgan, 1/4 standard, 1/4 Percheron gelding, TSS. Nice boy's horse. $1500.00. 10243 Saltcreek Rd, Fredericksburg, 44627.
AMERICAN SADDLEBRED chestnut gelding, 6 yrs old, rides & drives, TSS, $1000. obo. (330) 695-5731.
4 YR. old trotter, surrey horse, upheaded, tss, Wewering Striking Sahbra. $3400. (330) 852-4796
FOR SALE. 5 years old tri-colored Paint pony gelding, 52" 1/2 Hackney, 1/2 Paint, good traveler, broke to ride and drive. Not for small kids. (330) 897-1015.
40" PONY Mare: 5 yr. old. Broke to drive, $450. Henry Troyer, 330-279-2178
FOR SALE: 8 years old standard bred gelding, TSS. Boy's horse. $1250. Call (330) 852-3892. 3 YR old black & white pony gelding, well broke, TSS. 2 yr old black & white pony gelding. Both 38", broke single, double & ride. Full brothers. (330) 852-1902. STUD SERVICE, 46 inch bay pony, 3 white feet, $50. Call at 8 pm. David Yoder, 330-567-2302. 14 WEENED Black & Black white face Steers, 550-600 lbs. 20 Cross bred Steers & Heifers, 350-600 lbs. 38 Katahdin & Dorper Hair Ewes, 45 White faced Dorset Cross Bred Wool Ewes, Ewes are 2-4 yrs old. $145 ea. 3 Ewes with 5 baby lambs. Delivery available. (740) 567-4205
2 STANDARD bred geldings, 5 & 7 years old. Both all trot. 5 year old mini surrey size. 7 year old is all acclimated. $3000. each. (330) 852-4148. 38" LIGHT Paint Pony Mare, 10 yr old, broke to ride & drive, $450. 1 yr old Brown pony stud, broke to lead, $150. (330) 897-0554 FOR SALE: 13 yr old Standard Bred Gelding, Sound, All-trot, Good Traveler, Watches big traffic, In Surrey 5 yrs, $1,250 OBO, Jacob Mast (330) 279-2486 3 YEARS old Belgian gelding, broke. Marion Miller, Senff Road. (330) 359-1127. 10 YR OLD STANDARD bred mare, T S S , All trot, $1,800. 6 yr old Mare, anyone can drive, double gaited, $1,000 (330) 231-1140
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SMOKEY LANE Horse Auction, Fri, April 12, 2013. Tack 5:30 pm. followed by horses. Expecting a good run of dealer horses fresh from the race tracks and also good local horses. Taking consignments of tack and horses through sale day. RIDING HORSE and PONY SALE, Sat. May 4. Catalog consignments due April 20 along with $10.00 which will be applied toward commission. Smokey Lane Stables Inc. 686 Smokey Lane RD Sugarcreek, OH 44681. 330-852-2237 Auctioneer - Myron Miller 11 YR old Gelding, by Valley Victory, All trot, TSS, on the bit, Not for women. $1,600. (330) 852-4304 8 YEARS old black gelding, double gaited, broke for women or older people, $1200. (330) 473-7360. 3 YR old Dutch standard bred, Commander Dam and Winand Sire. Been in buggy, TSS, $2800. (330) 201-3394, days; 330-359-5634 evenings. FOR SALE: Jersey Cow, would make a good family cow. Amos Yoder (330) 897-1295 Ext 1 KATAHDIN SHEEP herd and lambs, seven adults. 16 yr old gelding, safe for short trips. 3 HP ShopFox shaper, new Raze panel door cutters. Dodds Dovetailer model SE-1, 1 1/2 HP. Day phone 330-852-1687. Voice Mail 330-852-3809
5 YR old riding horse, broke for anybody to ride. $1200. Also 3 ponies. 1 yr old stud, 2 yr old stud, & 12 yr old gelding. Atlee Barkman, (330) 897-8460.
36" BROWN & white pony, 12 years old, broke to ride & drive, $175. Also Millcreek pony cart, $150. (330) 852-2876.
SHEEP FENCE panels, easily sets up your portable pens, without any tools. Also, Swingout feeders for feed & water. Hillside Fabrication, 330-893-1058.
5 YR old Gelding, mostly trot, drives nice, very good traveler. $2,200 (330) 893-3861
SADDLE: TREELESS barefoot Arizona western style with pad. Like new, $700. $1200 new, 330-378-2907
COMING 2 yr old dark brown paint filly, 1/2 Percheron, 61 inches, sharp. Not broke. $800. Nelson Miller, TR 601, Fredericksburg. (330) 695-2506 ext 2.
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3 YEARS old black gelding, Plesac Meadow Road, boy's horse green. 3 years old gelding, ABC Garland, big strong surrey horse. Both horses are TSS & trotters. 2 week trial. Marcus Mullet, (330) 852-2826.
5 YEARS old black gelding, mostly trot, traffic safe & sound, 1 white ankle, been in buggy a few months, safe enough for women. Good traveler. Sharp horse!. Firman Kaufman Jr., (888) 631-7044.
FOR SALE: 1 Crossbred 3 Holstein hiefers 9 plus months old, $650/each or $2400 for all. Menno Mast, 14450-A Durstine Rd., Dundee, OH 44624 7 YR. OLD reg'd red sorrel mare, $2300; 6 yr. old red sorrel gelding, $2500. Aaron Yoder, 15172 Harrison Rd., Apple Crk., (330) 857-0340 FOR SALE: 9 mo old Paint Filly, mother is 51" tall, 1 blue eye, very pretty. (330) 567-9348
FOR SALE: 2 year old black, white pony gelding, kid broke to ride and drive. Marty Mast, 4198 Twp. Rd. 606, Fredericksburg, Ohio 44627
4 YR old trotting standard bred mare, by AP Lindy. Personal buggy horse for 1 year. Nice driver. $2700. Menno Yoder, (330) 674-1895. WANTED TO Rent: Pasture Ground for Beef Cattle. Must have good fence and water. (740) 567-4205 4 YR old black Percheron gelding, broke to all farm machinery. Michael Miller, 330-695-2272. 3 YR old Gelding, Master Glide Peggus Spar. All trot,TSS, been in buggy. 330-893-1336 ext 3 VM.
ONLINE ONLY CROSS COUNTRY CABINET SHOP, INC. 29700 St. Rt. 36 (Coshocton Rd.), Walhonding, OH 43843 Ordered sold by US Bankruptcy court case # 12-16652
AUCTION BEGINS: Sat, April 13 @ 10 AM ASSET INSPECTION: Mon, April 15 (11 AM-1 PM) AUCTION ENDS: Wed, April 17 @ 10 AM ASSET REMOVAL: FRI, APRIL 19 (11 AM - 4 PM) & SAT, APRIL 20 (9 AM - 1 PM)
Auction Highlights: Sliding table saw, Sander, Planer shaper, Planer, Table saw, Oscillating edge sander, Sanding table, Pocket hole jig machine, Spindle shapers, Radial arm saws, Powerlift, Converter, Vacuum pumps, Compressed air pumps, Air compressors, Lg. air tank, Safety cabinet, Swivel vise, Warehouse carts, Scrap cart, Wood clamps, tables & storage racks, Office furnishings, wall & base cabinets, 8’ alum. extension ladder, fire extinguishers, metal storage cabinet, lumber, and much more. VISIT OUR WEBSITE FOR MORE INFO
COMMERCIAL KATAHDIN sheep. Clean herd. Herd reduction. Ewes and rams. (330) 275-0046.
Brent Semple, Auctioneer
3 YR old Standard Bred Gelding, TSS, $1,000. Jonas Troyer, 330-897-1403 Ext 3 10 YR. OLD big bay standard bred gelding trotter. Traffic sound. Good traveler. Mose Yoder 10627 Senff Rd. Dundee, Ohio 44624
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6 YR old gelding. Memphis flash. Double gaited. TS needs some work. 330-893-1040 POLYPAY EWES starting to lamb April 10th; also some 2 yr. olds, due mid-May, $350-$375 OBO. 6900 E. Moreland Rd., Fredericksburg, (330) 698-1064
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FOR SALE: 2 yr old, Percheron Morgan Cross Gelding, Black with Blaze and 2 white ankles, TSS, $1,250. (330) 897-0850 STANDING AT STUD: 2 yr. Royal Strength Elpaso Kash Star Snip, 3 white feet, $250. 330-893-0017
7 YR old Gelding Paint, Tall, Beautiful, Needs experienced rider, $600 Call 330-600-2298
FOR SALE: 11 years old registered Belgian mare, sire H.B. Hero Supreme. (330) 893-0214, VM.
FOR SALE: Cross bred bull calves, 4-8 days old. Will be calving thru April. Organic Farm, Jeff Miller (330) 359-0159
uuuuuuuu 9 YR OLD Black Gelding, Speedy Crown, TSS, Pull on bit, Stands good to hitch. Henry Miller, 6127 Harrison Rd, Fredericksburg.
TWO SOLID Oak bar stools, very good condition. Made from Pleasant View Furniture. $95 each. (330) 464-8450 4 SALE: Couch in good cond., cushioned chair, microwave and household misc. Call 330-275-2013 OAK CURIO with lights, 2 glass shelves, very nice, $325; Also, older tan couch, still good for basement - Free if you pick up. Call (330) 275-0221
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DRESSER, $60; DVD stand 30"x24"x12", $20;Kid's table w/2 chairs $30; Kerosene heater $85. (330) 674-7290.
MOSSBERG MODEL 835 12 gauge shotgun. 3 1/2 inch chamber. Good cond. $300. (330) 897-1038.
STUD, BLACK & White 52" Pony, Very nice and sensable. Service fee $40. (330) 698-0538
FOR SALE: Base kitchen cabinets, 78 inches long, includes stainless steel sink & faucet, perfect for garage or shop. $250. (330) 674-5618 ext 1.
Thompson Center Omega Muzzleloade r , like new, with acces. (330) 852-3719.
3 YR old Gelding, Black, Trots, Surrey Horse Deluxe, TSS, Very good broke, $2,500. Duane Weaver (330) 674-1777
FOR SALE: Med Napoleon wood stove, good cond. $600. Leroy Yoder, 10794 Mt. Hope Rd, Fredericksburg, OH 44627
STANDING AT STUD - Dutch Harness stallion, black-4 white socks & strip, Equator: Wouter x Unity x Patijn. KWPN registered. Service fee, $500. Daniel Schlabach, 740- 622-4059.
NOTICE: WILL re-upholster used couches, loveseats, rockers, hassocks, etc. Also boat/auto seats. Will make new cushions for outdoor furniture. Raber's Upholstery, 1939 TR 110, Millersburg, 44654. VM, (330) 674-1300. FOR SALE: Kitchen table & 6 chairs, solid top, pine, new, $475. Call (330) 893-3234.
MARLIN MODEL #795, 22LR, Semi Auto, 10 Shot Clip, Good Condition, $130 (330) 695-9376 CAMO 12 gauge turkey barrel for T/C Encore. Camo 12 gauge Remington 870 Express Super Magnum. (330) 323-1776. WANTED: FRAME Hunting pack, in good condition. (330) 567-3432 FOR SALE: Marlin Model 81DL 22 bolt action, $100. 330-674-4739
11 YEARS old Standard Bred Gelding, TSS, boy's horse. $1200. obo. (330) 472-2613. FOR SALE: Pullets, ready to lay. Atlee Gingerich, 9047 S. Kansas Rd., Fredericksburg, OH 44627 OLDER STANDARD Bred Gelding, Safe for anyone to drive, TSS, Stands to hitch. (330) 359-0184 6 YEARS old paint gelding, broke to ride & drive, TSS, very well broke. Good traveler. Ray N Miller, 1395 CR 600, Baltic.43804. (330) 897-1377 ext 3.
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FOR SALE: 6 yr. old bay gelding, Dutch cross bred, all trot, safe & sound, big enough for surrey, $2500. Also, 14 yr. old bay trotting mare, good size-good traveler but not for long trips anymore, tss, $950. Eli D. Miller (330) 893-1336,†ext 2. AI SIRED Jersey bull, 1 yr old, polled, dam AI sired. $650. David A Miller, 8859 Barrs Mill Road, Sugarcreek. 44681. (330) 852-1447 ext 1.
Absolute Miller and Wengert RealEstate Auction Weds., April 17, 2013 6:00 p.m.
LOCATION: From Winesburg, Ohio take county Road 160 East to Cement Bridge Rd. Turn right to auction site. 10 Acres * 2 Parcels • Open land • HBP Mineral rights Wayne Twp. • Tuscarawas County • Garaway Schools This is an opportunity to buy good country acreage with mineral rights in the Winesburg/Trail/Dundee area. Both parcels include five acres with a good building site and septic approval from the county. Only the royalties from the existing oil and gas well have been reserved. Property will be sold in two parcels at absolute auction. Stop by, pick up a brochure and walk the property and your convenience. Property sells with a few restrictions. TERMS: A 10% nonrefundable down payment will be due at the auction, with the balance due at closing. Buyer responsible for any CAUV recoupment. PARCEL #1: 5 acres. Real estate taxes $272.52 per half year. PARCEL #2: Eli and Fannie Mae Wengerd
www.northwood.com Auctioneer/Realtors: Orus Mast, 330-473-9077. & Vernon Yoder, 330-466-0520.
10 Watt AC Bulbs also available Marlin Miller 2701 T.R. 166 #A Sugarcreek, OH 44681 Call for Wholesale Prices 330-852-7094 ext 3
WANT TO save money when buying ammunition? Bring your empty brass to me to re-load. Specializing in custom varment loads, but will do large caliber. I hand measure all loads for extreme accuracy. Save money - shoot better! Call (330) 275-0221, for more details. HOYT COBALT Compound with all accessories. $500 Hang-On tree stand, $35. 16' Climbing sticks, $40. (330) 893-9304 ERB'S SPORTS USED Gun List Rem. 700 ADL 7mm, $399. Rem. 700 22-250 heavy barrel, $575. Ithaca 37 12 ga. VR, $349. Win. 70 300 WSM synthetic $499.99 Call Marty, 330-231-0315 NRA/CCW COURSE- $45. May 4 & 5 or May 18 & 19 330-335-9205
Kaufman Auction House 3149 SR 39, Millersburg OH
Location: Kaufman Auction House next to Amish Country Theater, Directions: 3.3 miles east of Berlin or 0.5 mile west of Walnut Creek, Ohio in Holmes County. From I -77 take SR 39 west approximately 12 miles to Auction House.
Now taking consignments for:
*5th Annual Lawn & Garden Auction* Thursday, April 25th 2013 Consign Early for Advertising Taking: commercial mowers; riding mowers; push mowers; tillers; trimmers; chain saws; trailers; trees & shrubs; lawn furniture; hand tools; anything outdoors. To Consign Contact: Henry Hershberger, 330-440-4759 Derrick Kandel, 330-231-4524
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GLENMONT Gun Show, Sat. April. 13, 2013,. 9am-4pm. 108 Main St., Glenmont Community Center. Buy, Sell, Trade or have your guns appraised. For info 330-377-4407. REMINGTON 870 Wingmaster 12 gauge with slug barrel only, with Red Dot scope & slugs, older style, good cond. $500. (330) 763-1463.
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FOR SALE: JD-L120 Riding Mower with 48" Deck, Blade and weights. $1,500 OBO (330) 674-0730 EXMARK COMMERCIAL 36" walk behind, hydrostatic, good cond. $1850. Call Leonard @ (330) 674-0456 FOR SALE: Good Used Lawn Mowers, Honda, Toro, Lawn Boy. John S. Miller 2305 TR 152, Baltic. (330) 893-0303 JOHN DEERE 54" walk behind mower,
Lawn & Garden floating deck, hydro, $950. Lesco 48"
TORO SS4200 zero turn, 42" deck, 19hp Kohler engine, used one season, $1898.00. Toro SS5000 zero turn, 50" deck, 22hp. Kawasaki, used 2 months, excellent condition, $2598.00. White ZT54 zero turn, 54" deck, 26hp Briggs engine, pivoting front axle, $1698.00. Hustler Super Z, 60" deck w/ Kohler engine, $4498.98. Toro Commercial Z Master, 60" deck w/ triple bagger, weights, lights, striping kit, Kohler command engine, $5498.00. Grasshopper 725K out front zero turn, 61" deck, Kohler command engine, $3750.00. John Deere 737 zero turn, 60" deck, 23hp Kawasaki engine, $4498.00. Charm Engine Ltd. 330-893-3033 GARDEN TILLING at reasonable rates. Call Nate 330-359-5181 or John at 330-231-7789 FOR SALE: 1210 CUB Cadet garden tractor, hydrostatic drive, weighted turf tires, 1299 hrs., includes snowplow, snow blower & mower deck, $750/obo. Call Dave @ 330-275-0026. FOR SALE: older Troy Bilt Horse tiller. It Works! $450. Willis Hershberger, 330-852-8620 FOR SALE: Dutchman 24" tree spade, good cond. $3200. Edward Beachy, 14290 CR 75, Brinkhaven, OH 43006. 330-377-4098.
walk behind, $725. Good used Maytag wringer washer, $285. John Miller, (330) 893-0303 WILL DO. garden plowing, tilling, brush hogging, and get your new lawn ready for seeding. Henry J Miller, 330-852-3363. FOR RENT: Double Motorized lawn roller. Delivery & Pick up available. Jr. Erb. (330) 852-2666 FREE HORSE MANURE for your garden. Manure & Shaving Mixture. No delivery. Call (330) 674-1492. TORO 52" hydro walk behind mower. Only 25 hrs., with bagger. Like new. 330-279-9092. EXMARK 48" VIKING Walk Behind Mower, Hydro, ECS Controls, 15HP Kawasaki Engine, Good Condition, serviced and ready to mow. $2,600. Heartland Equipment. (Joe) (330) 852-3029 FOR SALE: TOP SOIL - Reasonably priced. Sugarcreek area. Call after 4pm. (330) 852-4796 100 LOVELY Boston Ferns, Pansy Pots, Slabwood deck boxes, Mexican pots, Flower & Vegetable flats - $10. Seed Potatoes. Gardenthyme Greenhouse, 11095 Pleasant Hill Rd Dundee (330) 852-2982 HONDA 21" Hydro Mower, lifetime deck, bagger, good condition. $550. Honda, 21" Older Mower, $100. (330) 275-8103
Another Good Auction
Saturday, April 13, 2013 at 10:00 A.M.
At The Wayne County Fairgrounds FFA Bldg. Featuring what may be The Best 1997 Cadillac in The U.S. Today! This Flawless Car is a one owner Deville D’Elegance with less that 14,000 miles (fourteen thousand). It has the White Diamond exterior with the shale leather interior. Besides the 475 H.P. 4.6L, V8, Northstar engine w/4 speed transmission (D.O.E./ EPA. 17 to 26 MPG), it has every option available to that year and model. It has always been kept in a heated garage. This beautiful machine will be sold at 11:00 A.M. Sale day.
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CUB CADET 33" walkbehind w/ Briggs engine, $798.00. Garden Way 33" walkbehind w/ Briggs engine, $698.00. Gravely 48" walkbehind belt drive w/ Kawasaki engine, excellent condition, $2198.00. Scag 52" walkbehind w/ bagger, Honda engine, belt drive, $1598.00. Hustler 48" Hydro drive walkbehind w/ bagger, good condition, $2999.98. Toro belt drive walkbehind, 44" w/ Kohler command engine, $1998.00. Toro 48" t-2 hydro drive walkbehind, excellent condition, $3998.00. Charm Engine Ltd. 330-893-3033 WALK BEHIND mowers, over 20 to choose from, brands include Exmark, Ferris, Hustler, Snapper, Toro, Scag, 36"-60" cut. Great prices. Get ready for Spring! Heartland Equipment, (330) 852-3029. AGCO ALLIS 1920h heavy duty tractor, 60" deck, Kohler command engine, $1398.00. Wheel Horse 252H Hydro tractor, 38" deck w/ bagger, $1298.00. Cub Cadet HDS2135 shaft drive w/ Kohler Command engine, $1098.98. Huskee Supreme tractor, 42" cut, 18.5hp Briggs w/ bagger, $598.00. Snapper nxt tractor w/ mesh seat, 52" deck, 27hp Briggs EFM engine, $1998.00. John Deere L110 tractor, 42" deck, 7.5hp Kohler command engine w/ double bagger & snow blade, $1398.00. Huqvarna YTH23 48" deck, 23hp Intek, $1498.00. John Deere 235 tractor w/ 52" deck Kawasaki engine, $798.00. Southern States tractor, 48" deck, 25hp Kohler engine, $998.00. Cub Cadet 2146 shaft drive tractor, 46" deck, Onan engine, $998.00. John Deere 170 tractor gear drive, 42" deck Kawasaki, $849.00. Husqvarna articulating tractor, Briggs engine, $798.00. Ariens 28" rear engine rider w/ bagger, $675.00. Charm Engine Ltd. 330-893-3033
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FOR SALE:: 4'x8' trailer with 2 ft. sides and lights. Excellent condition, $1200. James Mast, 330-763-23318 GUARDIAN 17 KW backup generator, with automatic transfer switch. Like new. $2800. obo. (330) 852-0102, between 6 & 7 pm. FOR SALE: Med. Hard coal stove with hopper and floor mat. Good cond., $600. Levi Swartzentruber 3907 S. Kansas Rd. Apple Creek, OH 44606 FOR SALE: Safe soap products: Nu-white laundry soap, fabric softener, shampoo & body soap, alot more cleaning supplies. This is a biodegradable & chemical free product. For price list: Norman & Ruth Raber, 6165 CR 59, Millersburg, OH 44654. 330-473-5127, VM Also avail. now at Home Specialties. 1904 TR 185, Baltic, Ohio. 330-600-1882. FOR SALE: Maple Syrup, $10/Qt, $40/Gal., David H Yoder, 2905 TR 406, Millersburg, OH (330) 893-2892 10'X20' INSULATED building with 6'x8' overhead door and entrance door. Two feed bins. 8-10 ton. Cooling unit, 330-674-4999 ext. 1. FOR SALE: Flojet 12 V water pump, 4.9 GPM, good cond. $200. Allan A Miller, (330) 893-2312. FOR SALE: New open buggy, extra removable seat, brakes, lights, Clyde Yoder, 3309 SR 39, Millersburg. (330) 893-1097. FOR SALE: Buggy in good condition. $2,900. (330) 674-5499 Ext 2 FOR SALE: Sunbather freezer, like new, 12 or 24 volt, 28 inches long x 16 inches wide x 25 inches deep, $700. obo. (330) 852-9030 FOR SALE: 8x10 storage barn. Wired for freezers. Has vinyl siding. Needs new door, $650. 330-674-0557 ext. 1. BUGGY: STEEL wheel front brakes, lights, child seats or shelf. Good condition, $2000. 330-674-1881
Coin Auction Location: Kaufman Auction House, 3149 SR 39 at the Amish Country Theater. Directions: 3.3 miles east of Berlin or 0.5 mile west of Walnut Creek, Ohio in Holmes County. From I -77 take SR 39 west approximately 12 miles to Auction House.
Tuesday, April 16, 2013 4:00 P.M. Half Cents * Half Dollars * Silver Dollars * Gold
Also selling excellent quality furniture to include a king bedroom set; a queen bedroom Set; two leather chairs w/ buttons and tacks, one a tan desk chair, the other a blue side chair. Hex side tables; occasional chairs; high quality lamps and wall hangings; a very ornate silverplate 6 piece w/ tray coffee/tea set; cased silverplate flatware service for 8; a long case, time and chime clock; (Grand-mother size). A very good 36 inch Panasonic T.V. a C.D. AM/FM system w/ speakers; very good smalls in a variety of materials and configurations; books; a four ft. statue and a 10 pc. wrought iron porch set in need of paint. There will be several interesting antique and collectibles including: a very good oak country 6 leg kitchen table w/ chairs and several leaves; a trough of undetermined use, 5 board metal bound w/ handles possibly for use w/ horses; the best buggy seat we have sold in some time; what not; oil lamps; some primitive smalls; cedar chests; child’s furniture; primary grades small school desk and much more! Auctioneer’s Note: This is an understated list because many items were packed up before we listed them. There will be many box lots of common items and tools and sleepers. Better check us out! Doors open at 8:30. Some pictures at Auctionzip.com Auctioneer # 18038. Terms: Cash or Ohio check, no advance viewing. Lunch Trailer Auctioneers: Dave Gallapoo 330-201-0887 Dick Kistler
Half cents-Half dollars: 1809, 11, 34, 35, half cents; 1796, 1822, 37, 47, 48, 49, 51 ,53, large cents; 1909vdb PCGS MS66 RD Lincoln cent; 1875cc, 76cc, 77cc, seated dimes; rolls of mercury dimes; 1806, 31, bust quarters; 1853, 76s, seated quarters; 1896o, 1914s, barber quarters; 1921 S/L quarter; 1819, 31, 34, 36, bust halves; 1843o, 55o, 58o, 75cc, 77cc, 78, seated halves; roll barber halves. Silver dollars: 1870cc seated; 1875s ANACS VG10, 1878s ANACS F12-details, trades; 1878 8-T.F., 78 7/8-T.F.,78 rev. of 79, 78cc, 79o, 80o, 8lcc ANACS VG8, 83cc NGC MS61,84cc NGC MS61,84cc PCI MS62,85s,90cc,90s,93,94o,95 o,96s,97s,1903 NGC MS63, Morgans; 1924s, 26s, 27, 28 ANACS AU58-details, 35, peace dollars. Gold: 1885s $5. liberty head; 1915 $5. Indian head; 1914 $2.50 Indian head. Note: This is only a partial list of approx. 400 lots to sold in catalog order. Doors open 2-hrs. prior to sale time. Online bidding available at www.kaufmanrealty.com thru www.proxibid.com.
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BEEKEEPING HIVE tools, capping comb, pierco frames, waxed cardboard nucs, bee suit XL, fume board, escape board, slatted rack, 1/2 gallon jugs, etc. Come & see, make an offer.. 6523 TR 346, Millersburg, 330-473-7647. FOR SALE: New Raleigh boy's bike, 21-spd. with 20" frame; Used Raleigh boy's bike, 21-spd. with 23" frame; also Schwinn 3-wheel, sgl. speed. (330) 674-0636, lv msg. FOR SALE. Surrey in good cond. with like new undercarriage. $3500. Phone (330) 674-0520. FOR SALE: 12V 205W solar, Morning Star controller, slightly used, $450/obo. Call 330-878-5464 VM.
T-14 PURPLE MARTIN houses (Vinyl) choice of holes, $379. John R. Yoder, 330-359-1203 HIT AND MISS engine. 1923 Stover two horsepower Z model with nice cart. $700. Call 330-473-9649 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. T-14 Purple Martin houses. Also Bluebird houses. Cedar or pine. Noah Yoder, 5163 TR 629, Millersburg. 330-893-3921.
SCANNER, GRECOM PSR-400, 1000 Channel, triple trunking, mobile/base. $100 OBO. (330) 378-2022
USED T-14 Martins Box for sale. Complete with pole and winch. $275.00. Also extra poles available. (330) 674-9609.
FOR SALE. Log pile. Approx 100 trees. Ash, Oak, Hickory, Cherry, Walnut, Elm. Taking bids. Deadline April 20. Simon Yoder, 30315 CR 12, Fresno, 43824.
SUN PIPES, 10 inch sky light kit, (3) 20" pipes included, brand new. $170. Flex shaft w/wall bracket & cover for motor. (330) 749-1054.
FOR SALE: Used Consul Fridge $400. Also older cook stove $50. Owen Shetler (330) 897-4308
WATER TANKS made from plastic barrels, some have hi-flow jobe valves. Excellent for rotational grazing. Make an offer on five. Holmesville, 330-473-7647.
WIND GENERATOR Air-X, 24 volt, 400 watt, $300. (330) 231-7974. UTILITY TRAILER, 4' x 6', good tires and lights, wood sides and sliding back panel, $125. Phone 330-276-4075.
NEW PFAFF Sewing & Embroidery Machines and Sergers for sale. Available at Lackman's Sewing Center, Apple Creek, OH 330-698-3060.
FOR SALE: 1-ton wagon on Pioneer running gear, hydraulic brakes, LED lights, clear finish, 2 seats, livestock racks, sideboards, 1 yr. old. Aden Miller, (330) 600-0827.
APRIL SPECIAL:10% off all country items excluding consignments Gypsy Spring Variety 6321 CR 407, Millersburg. (330) 674-0736.
FOR SALE: Ronk 200 Amp Transfer Switch for Generator. Been installed inside. Like New $500. (330) 473-8157
NEW CRICUT Expression machine & cartridges for sale at a discount. Call 330-231-7262.
FOR SALE: 24 foot produce cooler with display shelves. New compressor. Call (330) 695-2905.
FOR SALE: Electric water pump, $75. CSI electric water softener tanks, $250. Evenings, Levi Schlabach, 12866 CR 330, Big Prairie, OH 44611.
USED FUJI Film Camera, Fujinon Lense, 18x, 14mega pixel, 3.0 LCD, In good condition. $150 (330) 473-9229 30X52 HOOP building. (330) 473-7733. PSP COLOR camouflage in good cond. 2 games. $100. (330) 464-8450.
BUGGY CARGO carriers, aluminum, powder coated, weighs only 18#, hauls 300#, no tools required to install, conveniently saves you dollars. Free literature. Hillside Fabrication, 330-893-1058
Faith Christian Academy Benefit Auction
Location; 511 West Main Street, Wilmot Ohio, 44689.
Friday Night April 12, Haystack Supper @ 4 P.M.. Inspiration singing @ 6:30 P.M. Auction Saturday April 13, @ 9:00 A.M.
IteMS INCLuded; 48”Scag walk behind mower,48”Snapper Pro walk behind mower, 52” Exmark Zero turn mower,60”Fast track Hustler Zero turn mower ,Tro Bilt tiller, Saber gas grill, Yamaha EF 2000 inverter generator, Stihl chain saws-leaf blowers-and trimmers, 2 ton Eco brick, fire pit, fire extinguishers, Oak & Cherry furniture, Bedroom suite, recliner, Lawn & garden tools, 5’x 8’ trailer, Quilts, Comforters, Certificates, AB&D tent rental gift certificate, Air Plane ride with dinner certificate, lots more gift certificates, household items, limestone, tools, crafts, and much more. NOte; Faith Christian Academy is located in Wilmot, Ohio, and began as a combined effort of several area Mennonite congregations in 1992. The current student body represents 19 congregations in Tuscarawas, Holmes, Wayne, and Stark County area. FCA is dedicated to providing a quality education in Christian atmosphere. Auction Pictures will be on www.auctionzip.com I.D.7788 FOOd; BBQ chicken, bake sale, fry pies and much more. terMS; Cash, check, Visa or Master card with proper I.D. Auctioneers; Steve Chupp & Curt Yoder
ADEN YODER, AUCTIONEER 330-763-2565 or 330-359-5458 DERRICK KANDEL, AUCTIONEER 330-231-4524
www.stevechuppauctions.com email: firstname.lastname@example.org 330.465.4725 • Fax: 330.674.5656 11044 Johnsford Rd. • Beach City, OH 44608 Auctionzip.com#7788
(330) 852-4111 888-852-4111 www.kaufmanrealt (330) 852-4111 888-852-4111 www.kaufmanrealty.com
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FOR SALE. Open surrey, really nice shape, fiberglass seats, wooden wheels, LED lights. $2200. David Raber, (330) 893-0213. DELTA POWER FEEDER. 1-HP, 3-Wheel, 2-speed forward, 2 speed reverse, 230V 3-Phase, works good but has broken hand wheels, $750 OBO. Also, smaller 1/4-HP fwd/bkwd. Delta Power Feede r , 110V single phase, $350 OBO. 330-279-9046. FOR SALE: 4WD Power Barrow, like new, used lightly 3 times. $1,875. (330) 600-1822 MOVEABLE POULTRY pen, UV protected PVC frame, wire netting, canvas cover, top entry lid, feeder. Will hold 75 broilers or 25 turkeys, $325. Millersburg, 330-473-7647.
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FOR SALE. 4/4 prime poplar, $1.05; 4/4 prime hickory, $1.30; 4/4 rustic hickory, $.95; 4/4 prime cherry, $1.40; 4/4 1-com. cherry, $1.10; 4/4 rustic cherry, $.95; 4/4 1 & btr. sassafras(could poss. be used for paint grade) $.85; Mullet Run Lumber, 5474 TR 117, Baltic. (8 miles S of Millersburg) (330) 893-4085. FOR SALE: Locust posts, 7-8-ft. long, $6.00/each. Delivery available. Call (330) 439-8494. TRAILER 7X12 single axle tilt trailer. Great wood hauler, $800. (330)231-7349 FOR SALE: 15 gal plastic barrels, $5 each. Ivan Mast (330) 674-0736 6000 WATT Campbell Hausfeld, 7200 surge watts,11 HP Briggs & Stratton, electric start, new battery. Paid $1000, will take $500. (330) 695-9884.
SMALL HITZER Heating stove. Good condition, priced reasonable. Extension table with four leaves, $20. Barbara Stutzman, 11958 Saltcreek Rd., Fredericksburg, OH 44627
FOR SALE: USED BUGGY with no lights in front, in good shape. Eli D. Miller, 5491 CR 68, Millersburg, OH. (330) 893-1336†x2
FOR SALE. Firewood, 9 rick delivered, $425. Snap-On Valve grinder, $300. Mullet Run Lumber, (330) 893-4085.
FOR SALE: 3 ft x 10 ft raised flue wood fired evaporator, used only 2 seasons. Complete unit with stack, firebrick & gauges. $7800. 330-231-0121. Selling due to upgrading.
GOOD USED buggy box with seat. Mose J E Raber, 6369 TR 413, Dundee, OH 44624. (330) 893-8010. ELECTRIC HOSPITAL Bed, $100 OBO. Works good. David Kuhns, 8253 TR 565, Holmesville. OH. 330-279-3818 12 NATURAL gas brooders for poultry houses. $50 each or best offer. Steve Miller. Between Walnut Creek & Trail. (330) 893-3259.
RUBBER TIRE open buggy with lights & brakes, good cond. with cover. $2200. (330) 852-4131.
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ENGLISH BULLDOG male, brindle & white, proven natural breeder, 3 years old. Also English bulldog/ beagle female, 4 mo old. Call 330-279-2102
ACA GOLDEN Retriever Puppies, 1st shots & wormed, ready by April 20th, 4-female, 1-male. Reuben Hostetler, 8319 S Apple Creek Rd. (330) 695-2016
3 small dog and/or rabbit hutches, $75/each or best offer. (330) 852-1485.
NEW QUALITY MADE 4'Dx5'Wx4'H, enclosed wood whelping box with lid, fiberglasss floor is insulated & has 2 heat mats installed, has sidewall puppy guards, made to add heat lamp, comes with 1-gal. paint & washable whelping mat. Paid $300--Asking $150. (740) 545-5047
FOR SALE: AKC Yorkie female. 4 years old. (330) 767-0421. EASTER PUPPIES: Well Mixed, various colors. Very cute. Will make great pals. $10. 330-231-3644 WANTED: SHIH TZU & Chihuahua females & Havanese male, breeding age. (330) 852-9030. 2 YR old English Bulldog Beagle C r o s s , Female. $300. 1 yr old Boston Terrier Beagle Cross, Female. $200. 3/4 English Bulldog - 1/4 Beagle Puppy, Female, 8 wks old, Great Bulldog features. (330) 567-5963 Ext 1 FOR SALE: Pom. male. D.O.B. 7-16-10. Cream color, $200. Call 330-674-1860 ext. 3 3 YEARS old UKC registered Walker female, runs and trees own coon. Needs finished out. $150. (330) 275-0221 FOR SALE: ACA Bicheon Male, Good Breeder, 7 yrs old. $125 (330) 893-4057 2 YEARS old Puggle female. Call 330-279-2102
Pets Supplies FOR SALE: English Bulldog Puppy, 10
AKC BOXERS, Black & White, 2 yr old male, 6 yr old female, (330) 852-7417 MALTESE MIX 9 wk old Female Puppy, (330) 893-8009 2 ACA Maltese females, 9 month old & 1 years old, $500. each. ACA Yorkie male, 1 1/2 years old, proven, cross breeding grade, $200. (330) 359-0937. 6 MONTHS old registered Maltese female. House trained. $550. (330) 897-2909 ext 1. CUR PUPPIES, parents excellent on coon & squirrel, (330) 359-5730. KENNEL BUILDING, 15 runs & 3 whelping, hot water heater & wash downs. Includes 1500gal disposal tank. $4,000 OBO (330) 749-1054, leave message. MINIATURE AUSTRALIAN Shepherd puppies. 7 weeks old. Shots & wormed, $200. 330-893-3195
wks old, Male, Shots & wormed. (330) 231-7471
FOR SALE: Raleigh C40 bike, in good condition, $300. 330-674-4739
3/4 ENGLISH Bulldog Puppies, Nice pets and good breeding stock. Born natural, litter of 7, assorted colors, ready to go. (330) 897-0954
WANTED: BICHON and Cavalier cross puppies. Call when born. 330-893-3576
FOR SALE: 3 run dog kennel 10x12 with nest boxes. Aden A. Troyer, 5298 TR 629, Millersburg, OH. 330-674-2743 leave message.
BATH TUB Sliding Doors, $60. 5' White Bathroom Vanity, no top. $25. (330) 695-5395
FOR SALE: Black & tan coon dog, very excellent dog. Ready to go. (330) 600-9357.
For Sale: Female Yorkie Terrier Mix, 5-1/2 mo. Black & Tan, very playful pet, housebroke. (330) 988-0819
KENNEL PANELS, welded 3/16" wire, 2"x4" holes, 5'x16' panels are hot dipped galvanized after welded, $68.50/ea. strong & rigid enough to build your pens without framework. Hinges & stainless fastners in stock. Hillside Fabrication, 330-893-1058.
Priest Equipment Auction
J.D. Tractors-Implements-Skid Loader-Pickup Trucks Will move the following items to the Wayne County Fairgrounds, 199 Vanover St, Wooster, OH 44691 located at the junction of US 30 and S.R. 3 on the south side of Wooster.
Thursday, April 18th @ 5:00 PM
TRaCTORS, TRUCkS & EqUIPmEnT: JD 4020 diesel tractor wide front showing 3700hrs, two John Deere B tractors not running w/good sheet metal, JD a tractor (tricycle), nice JD 320 skid loader 07 model w/600hrs, 07 Chevy Silverado 4x4 w/only 8k mi. (like new), 96 Silverado 81k mi. clean truck, nH 9ft 489 haybine, 12ft IH cultimulcher, 10in 40ft grain auger, JD 210 transport disc, field cultivator w/ cylinder, 3pt cultivator, 12ft Brillion culti-packer, 3pt posthole digger, nH 3pt sickle bar mower, nH running gear, overhead fuel tank, kato light 15kw pto Generator, JD field sprayer, 3pt. JD 6ft brush hog, JD 5 bottom plow, 30ft nH skeleton elevator. LaWn&GaRDEn, TOOLS, BaRn ITEmS, PRImITIVES: JD 325 hydro lawn mower, two JD 212 lawn mowers, JD lawn cart, 12volt sprayer, push mowers, torpedo heater, barn fan, gates, corn sheller, misc. JD cylinders, chicken creates, air compressor, tool boxes, log chains, handy man jacks, barn jack, ss milk strainers, old milk cans and more to be discovered. nOTE: most items stored inside and not moved much in the past couple yrs. We will start on small items at 5pm with trucks, tractors and equipment to follow. not a huge auction but some good quality pieces. Be prompt! Visit www.auctionzip.com ID# 12148 or www.reshowcase.com for pictures and updates. Everything being sold as is. Good parking and restroom facilities, Food stand. Terms: Cash or Good check. Estate of: Dorothy Priest Wayne Co. Probate # E-724-77-12 attorney William anfang (Executor) auctioneers: nick DeFelice, Dave acker & Paul Emerson
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FOR SALE: 3 AKC boxer females, 1 year, 1 1/2 years and 2 1/2 years old. Phone (330) 749-4335.
ACA SHIH TZU females, breeding age. 1 black & white & 2 gold & white. Phone (330) 466-5097.
GREAT DANE Hydrostatic, 52" Walk-behind mower. In good Condition. $1,800 OBO. (330) 674-4238 2.2 HP Vanguard 12" Flex shaft.
AKC POODLE Male, 3 yrs old, AKC Yorkie Male, 1 yr old, Call (330) 749-2407
ATTENTION DOG BREEDERS W have all natural supplement. that simulate immune system. If immune systems are working right, clinical disease is rear. For more information, contact New Bedford Elevator & Supply (330) 897-6492 -orLevi N. Yoder 5864 CR 59, Millersburg, OH 44654 FOR SALE: Beagle pups born 2/4/13. Two females, one male. GOOD hunting stock. 9320 TR 656, Fredericksburg, OH 44627 after 4 pm. WANTED: BOXER male & female, breeding age. (740) 392-0639†x1 FOR SALE: Flemish Giant Rabbits, 10 wks old, $25 ea., (330) 893-4081 VM FOR SALE: AKC Havanese males, vet checked, up to date on shots, $300. each. (330) 893-1521. FOR SALE: Chocolate Lab, Female, Good Mother, had 8 pups last litter (330) 893-4908.
AKC SHITZU Male, black & white, aggressive & sure breeder, nice build. VM (330) 852-4283 Dale Schlabach FOR SALE: Reg'd Yorkie females, ages ranging from 5 mo.-5 yrs. old. Call (330) 893-3619 2 OLDER CHIHUAHUA female for pets, $50. (330) 472-2613 AKC NORWEIGAN Elk Hounds, male & female, 2 & 3 yrs. old, $250/each. Also, Winchester Model 370, 410 single shot shotgun, $275. (330) 897-7830. AKC REGISTERED Blenheim Cavalier Male, 4 yr old, good quiality, sure breeder. $400. (330) 674-2754 AKC GERMAN SHEPHERD puppies, 3 males, 5 females, black & tan, black & silver & all black. $600. females; $550. males. (330) 231-2821. SMALL MIX breed puppies, 6 wks. old, $25/ea. John A. Troyer, 6660 TR 606, Fredericksburg, OH. 44627 REGISTERED UKC black & tan coonhound female. (330) 275-7574.
35.6 Acre Holmes County Real Estate Auction
Location: On US 62 one half mile south of the 62/83 split south of Millersburg, Ohio 44654. GPS coordinates: 40.509509, -81.934254
Friday April 19, 2013 6:00 PM
35.616 Acres * Woodlands &Wetlands * Killbuck Township West Holmes Schools * Holmes County
Kaufman Auction House 3149 SR 39, Millersburg OH
Location: Kaufman Auction House next to Amish Country Theater, Directions 3.3 miles east of Berlin or 0.5 mile west of Walnut Creek, Ohio in Holmes County. From I-77 take SR 39 west approximately 12 miles to Auction House.
Monday, April 15, 2013 5:00 PM
(Selling in 2 rings both starting at 5:00 PM) Antiques/Collectibles * Household/Furniture * Tools Antiques/Collectibles: Early Victorian furniture including: chest of drawers, padded sofas; night stands; living room chairs, leaded stained glass lamp shades; mirrors, unusual lamp figurine, beaded and crystal lamps; glass front hutch Household/Furniture: metal filing cabinets; bookshelves, patio set, glider swing; dressers, end tables; painted cabinets; Nordic track; Chinese paneled divider; futon; King sized water bed; full size head and footboard Tools: GUNS: LC Smith 12 ga. hammerless side by side double barrel w/ beautiful inlays; 45 CALIBER Laser Aim hand gun with two clips; 1947 Santa Fe bolt action; assorted ammo; lead shot; hand tools, garden tools. Note: Visit www.kaufmanrealty.com for photos and updates by 5:00pm Friday, April 12. For more information contact Derrick Kandel, auction manager at (330) 204-4453. Terms: Cash, check, or any major credit card with valid I.D. 3% buyer’s premium will be waived for cash sales. Receiving Hours: Wednesday, 8:00-10:30 and noon to 4:00
AUCTION HOUSE: Monday-Friday 9am-5pm 330-204-4453 DERRICK KANDEL, AUCTIONEER 330-231-4524 MYRON MILLER, AUCTIONEER CLIFF SPRANG, AUCTIONEER
Come take a look at this 35.6 acre parcel that has lots of possibilities! Over 20 acres of wooded hillside on the south side of 62 has timber potential, potential homesites, springs, wildlife, large rock formations, hunting & recreation, fantastic valley view and more! 2 cleared areas to set up camp, one close to the road and one higher up with a scenic setting. 13 acres of marshland on the north side of 62 provides a great waterfowl opportunity! Over 1300 feet of frontage on both sides of US 62 and 993 feet of frontage on the Holmes County Trail. Boundary is well marked (yellow paint on trees) on the hillside portion of the property. Walk over this great tract of land at your convenience and risk. Mineral rights transfer. This property is located within the Utica Shale development maps located at http://www.dnr.state.oh.us/LinkClick.aspx?fileticket=c070Q7U tUyo%3d&tabid=23014 Legal: Parcel number 0800464000. Taxes are currently $205.77 per half year Killbuck Township, Holmes County, West Holmes Schools. Real Estate Terms: 10% nonrefundable down payment, balance at closing, no financing contingencies. All mineral rights held by seller transfer. All information gathered from sources deemed accurate but is not guaranteed. Real Estate sells subject to all matters of record. The Buyer is responsible to conduct its own due diligence prior to auction. Buyer must independently investigate and confirm any information or assumptions on which any bid is based. Property sells “As Is” and any required inspections must be completed prior to bidding. Announcements made the day of sale take precedence over all previous advertising and statements. Contact agent for additional information regarding gas and oil rights. Real Estate will sell at 6 PM. Owner: Kimberly A. Vallee
Dave Kaufman, Auctioneer Steve Maag, REALTOR, e-PRO, GRI 330-763-4769 email@example.com
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Pets Supplies 300
2 AKC English bulldog females, 4 & 6 years old. Kennel sell-out. Phone (330) 897-1284. CHIHUAHUA PUPPIES, with papers, also 1 adult female, Blue Merle. Call Eli (330) 893-2868 WANTED: GOLDEN Retriever female. Also wanted standard Schnauzer. Both breeding age. (330) 674-2467 TOY TERRIER puppies, 4 month old; 3 year old male; 1 year old female. $100. each. Leroy Burkholder, 7945 Fredericksburg Rd, Fred-burg, 330- 695-2001.
The Holmes County Shopper News Pets Supplies 320
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Tools Machinery 320
JONSERED 2150 chainsaw with 18" bar & chain, works great, $160. (330) 275-0221 NATURAL GAS Generators, 20KW, Onan, Only 5 hours. Like New. 20KW Kohler, 180 hours, Nice unit. 35KW Onan, 480 hours, very good condition. All tested & ready to go. (330) 231-2634
M & M Chipper, 6-cylinder Ford. Chips 6" Logs. $2,500 (330) 496-3412
FOR SALE: 24 spd Fuji battery bike, used very little, $1,200. (330) 893-3944
FOR SALE: Shop Fox 2 HP electric motor, 110 or 220 forward & reverse, 3450 rpm. Also Paslode F3505 framing nailer, rebuilt. (330) 897-1380.
WANTED: RUBY colored Cavalier female. AKC registered. State price & age. (330) 893-0314.
Barnett Estate Auction
Location: 7458 TR 317, Millersburg, OH. From SR 39 east of Millersburg, (at Millersburg Tire) take Co. Rd. 623 to TR 313 to TR 317 to location.
Tuesday, April 23, 2013 3:00 PM 1.53 Acres * Hardy Township * Holmes County Ranch Home * Van * Collectibles * Household Open House: Thursday, April 11 – 5 to 7 PM
UNCOILER 1000 lb. Rated, $600. Prairie Mfg., 7180 TR 328, Holmesville, OH 44633, 330-674-0560 ext. 2. FOR SALE: Dip tank 5 ft wide, 20' long, stainless steel lining, $4,800. 5' x 5' precision vibrating chip screen, $3,800. Call 330-893-1020. M & M Sawmill. MAKITA AIR Miter Saw, Good Condition. $350. Sta-Put Adhesive Sprayer w/6' hose. $50. (330) 359-5823
Tools Machinery 320
24" DRUM Sander, 2 Heads, 5HP, 220V, $400. OBO Bob Troyer (330) 852-3000 2000 WATT Generac Generator, used very little, was too small. $500 (330) 897-1038 NATURAL GAS Gensets, 8-60 KW, several available. $3300-$8500. Load tested and ready to work. Heartland Equipment, (330) 852-3029. FOR SALE: Pallet forks for skid loaders, new & used, best quality - best price! Canadian made. 330-359-0150 Mt. Eaton Trailer LLC. Evening calls welcome. WELDING TABLE, all steel, 3 x 3' tabletop has vise & fixture for working on tires, $125. Millersburg, 330-473-7647. LIMITED SALE on brand new high performance industrial portable power equipment from United Power. Generator 8400 watt AC/ DC electric start, $4,980; pull start, $3,460; Trash Transfer Pump 3", $1,720; Air Compressor twin cylinder 8 gallon 12 CFM, $1,350; Pressure Washer 3,000 psi soap injection, $978; all units have Honda compatible motors. Beginning in April, 50% off list price on 4 units only. Holmesville, 330-473-7647.
DOBBINS REAL ESTATE AUCTION Will sell on location 924 Portage Rd. Wooster, OH.
Across the road from College Hills Retirement Village.
MONDAY EVE., APRIL 29, 2013 - 6:00 PM
Beautiful large corner lot 1.53 acres, ideal location with a solid 3 bedroom ranch home, has nice kitchen w/ eating area, living room, family room w/ fireplace, 3 bedrooms, 1 ½ baths on main level, the basement is mostly finished which includes second kitchen, bath, bedroom, rec room, attached 2 car garage. The home has gas heat, central air, and equipped with Guardian generator. A very quality offering on a beautiful lot in an ideal location, country but still just minutes to all shopping. Sells to the highest bidder at 6 PM. Legal: Parcel 0600027000 Hardy Township, Holmes County and West Holmes Schools. Taxes $864.10/half year. Real Estate Terms: 10% nonrefundable down payment evening of sale, balance due at closing. Chattels Van: 2000 Chrysler mini van Collectibles-Glassware-Capodimonte China: large Capodimonte table lamp; other Capodimonte pcs.; large selection of pink & green depression; Carnival glass; lots of other glassware; set of Meakin ironstone china; curved glass china; washstand w/ splash back; pedestal stand; cane bottom rocker; drop-leaf tea table; cedar chest; old sled; flat wall china cabinet; grandfather clock; stands; crocks including crock churn; glass butter churn; sad irons; egg scales; enamel top table; treadle sewing machine; oil lamps; Household Goods: Frigidaire upright freezer; 2 refrigerators; elec. range; 2-3 pc. bedroom sets; king size bed complete, like new; Brother LS1520 sewing machine; good brown sofa; 2 brown rocker recliners; good sectional sofa; Whirlpool dehumidifier; 2 floor china cabinets; dresser w/ mirror; burgundy leather chair; round table w/ 4 chairs; pool table; table & floor lamps; end tables; Eureka sweeper; tea cart; popcorn popper on wheels. Note: This is a very partial list many boxes uncovered and furniture not listed. Chattel Terms: Cash, check, or any major credit card with valid I.D. 3% buyer’s premium will be waived for cash sales. The Estate of: Helena M. Barnett Terry A. Barnett, Executor, Probate Case 12ES071 Christina I. Smith, Attorney 330-204-6512
Tools Machinery 355
FOR RENT: Equipter roofers buggy. Contractors & home owners. all Dale @ 330-763-1227. FOR SALE: 4400 Watt Generator, runs good. $400. OBO (330) 893-1426
Wanted to Buy
WANTED: USED Horse Drawn Field Sprayer, must be in working condition, with or without motor. (330) 674-2754 STEEL WHEELS for Farmall Tractors, (941) 343-7012
Wanted to Buy WANTED TO Buy: John Deere #290 Corn Planter, (330) 897-2507 Box #1
CASH PAID for scrap, autos, trucks, farm equipment & misc. Hauled free, appliances & junk. Call (330) 749-2094. WANTED: CHILDRENS Playhouse. 330-359-5941 WANTED: Shitzu & Bicheon females, adults & puppies, (330) 852-1425 YOU GOT SCRAP - WE GOT CASH! Pickups available. No equipment or vehicle too big for our disposal. Call anytime, 330-275-7980.
ICH KAUF Trash piles & Dumps. Call me anytime @ 330-275-7980 WANTED: MASSEY 3 or 4 bottom plow. 330-473-7647.
WANTED HONDA Motors, working or non-working. Will pick up. 330-674-3971 WANTED: CLEAR gas hoop lights. Lester Wengerd, 9106 CR 201, Fredericksburg, Ohio 44627
Home Condo For Sale
CONDO FOR Sale, 2 bedroom, 2 bath, All one level. Cathedral Ceilings, low maintenance, in-town convenience, Millersburg. (330) 231-6255 2 STORY farm house, 3-5 BR, 1.5 bath, free gas. 20 unit storage rental business. 33 acres, 12+ tillable, pole barn, out buildings. Big Prairie area. Asking $260,000. 330-496-4005 after 5 pm.
Troyer-Miller Real Estate Auction North of Fredericksburg
Location: 4418 E. Messner Rd Wooster Oh, 44691 From Fredericksburg OH take CR 501 (Fredericksburg Rd.) north approx. 6 miles to E. Messner Rd. ¾ mile to property. From Wooster take US 250 west approx. 2.5 miles to Fredericksburg Rd. south approx. 2 miles to E. Messner Rd. to property.
Wednesday, April 24, 2013 6:00 PM
REAL ESTATE: The Dobbins home is a good solid brick ranch home on a 85’ x 153’ lot with a walk-out basement. This home built in 1961 has 1092 sq. ft. of finished living area on the main level plus a nice deck off the LR, plus an enclosed front porch, plus 520 sq. ft. of finished living area in the basement. Three BR’s – Bath & a half, fireplace w/gas logs, central A/C, and gas heat help make this a highly desirable home. The garage is in the basement, the driveway is paved, and the lot nicely landscaped. Drive by and pick up a brochure from the information box on the property or download the information from the website www.reshowcase.com then take a closer look at the Open House. OPEN HOUSE: Monday Evening April 15th from 5 – 7 PM. Also shown by appointment – Call Robin Daugherty of Premier Real Estate Connection @ 330-345-4224 or any agent at Real Estate Showcase Wooster – 330-264-6888. TAX & LEGAL: Parcel No. 67-01564.000 The taxes are $740.79 per half year and will be pro-rated to the date of closing. The seller will provide a Warranty Deed and Certificate of Title plus offer to split the fee for an Owner’s Policy of Title Insurance. TERMS: A non-refundable down payment of 10% of the purchase price to be made at the close of the auction by check. The balance to be paid in full at closing within 30 – 45 days. No financing contingencies. Immediate possession will be given at closing. JANICE DOBBINS, OWNER Auction Conducted By:
4 Bedroom Home on 5.11 Acres * Franklin Twp. * Wayne County * Triway Schools * Great Country Setting * Large Level Yard
Open House: Thursday, April 11, 5-7 pm
Minutes from Wooster, Apple Creek and Fredericksburg this property has a lot to offer. Built in 1976 this split level home features approx. 1700 sq ft of living space with an updated custom oak kitchen, dining room, 4 bedrooms, 3 baths, family room, laundry area & central vac. Attached 2 car garage. Outside you will find a large level yard with an in-ground pool and fenced in patio area. A 12’x14’ storage shed is included. Utilities include private well and septic. Electric forced air heat and central air conditioning. Updates include a newer roof and windows. Country setting, elbow room, extra room for shop/ barn building site, privacy….this property offer all of the above don’t miss it! Call Jr Miller for more details. Legal: Parcel #30-01062.000 Taxes are currently $1,179.66 per ½ year. Sells at 6:00 PM. Terms: 10% nonrefundable down payment, balance at closing, no financing contingencies. Any required inspections must be completed prior to bidding. Purchasers should inspect the property prior to bidding and be aware of its condition. Acreage and frontage amounts are approximate and subject to final survey. Announcements day of sale take precedence over all previous advertising and statements. Owners Ivan Troyer and Fannie Miller
FRED TROYER – BROKER JON MAST BROKER/AUCTION MGR.
Auction Conducted in Co-Operation With DAVE KAUFMAN, AUCTIONEER PAT KAUFMAN, APPR. AUCTIONEER
ROBIN DAUGERTY REALTOR, ABR 330-345-4224
JR. MILLER, REALTOR/AUCTIONEER 330.231.1914 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Holmes County Shopper News Mobile Home 460 For Sale
NEW 4 Bed Double Wide
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CENTURY 1993, 3 BR mobile home in Dundee. Good shape. $5,000 OBO. Available immediately. Must be moved. (330) 359-0270. NICE OLDER Mobile Home, one acre, 2br, 2-1/2 car garage, West Holmes School. $42,500 (330) 496-3412
Comm. Property - Rent 500
NICE, 1BR Studio Apt for rent, downtown Millersburg, Assist Pets only, No smoking, Deposit Required. 330-763-1133 1 BEDROOM apt for rent in Millersburg. Deposit required. Assist Pets Only No Smoking 330.763.1133 MILLERSBURG: 2-3 bdrm, 1 bath apartment. 12 N. Crawford St. Corner of 39 and 241 $425 plus utilities. Security deposit required. 330-231-6192 (after 4:30) 2 BR apt. in Winesburg, appls. provided. No smoking, assist animals only, $495 +utils +dep. T/S paid. 330-359-1902
Home Condo Rentals
Farms for Sale
FOR SALE: 2 acre Property complete with a 14x70 mobile home with a 12 x 20 addition, completely remodeled, new roof, floor & cabinets. A 32x38, 2 story bank barn. Plus a 30 tree orchard complete with blueberries, grapes, raspberries and a small irrigation pond. All for $65,000. Henry Miller, 2808 TR 128, Millersburg, OH 44654. Phone 330-674-2500.
Apartment Rentals 490
FOR RENT: 3 BR house w/attached garage in Millersburg, $575/mo. Refs. required. (330) 201-1940 FOR RENT: Florida, 3br. 1ba. Central Air, In Pinecraft area. Avail. weekly. 330-231-1547.
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
TAKING APPLICATIONS. 14x70, 2 BR, 2 bath, just rehabed, frig, stove, a/c, LP heat/ cook, shed, generator hookup, extra bus size parking area, near Nashville, not in park. Assist animals only. Woodland setting. $525. + dep. 330-378-3431. FOR RENT: Mobile home in a manicured Mobile home park in Baltic Ohio, 2br, Open concept in Kitchen, Dining & living area, Laundry hook up, nice deck, off street parking, lawn care provided, $440/month + $440 dep. (330) 897-9045 M-TH, 8-4
Wanted to Rent
2000 BLACK Pontiac Grand Am GT, 187K miles, Great on Gas, Leather Interior, New Brakes Pads & Oil Change, Tires for Winter & Summer. $3,300. (330) 201-7400. Call after 5pm. FOR SALE: 1997 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo. 140,000 mi. Clean, new tires, Reese hitch, runs and drives great. Call or text, 330-401-7297 $4700 Firm 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.
14' FIBERGLASS boat with trailer, live well, swivel seats, 20HP Mercury Motor, $600/Motor, $500/Boat, $1000/Both. 330-852-4953 FOR SALE: 1974 Correct Craft Southwind, asking $4,000 Ski/Wakeboard, Engine Ford 351 Cleveland, Runs Great, No Problems. Closed Bow, Direct Drive. John (330) 473-0104 09 MIRROCRAFT, 16', Nissan 15HP, 4 stroke, boat cover, 09 Nissan 6HP, all same as new. 330-473-7560
PASTURE FOR 15-20 heifers. Abe Raber, 5150 CR 229, Fredericksburg. Phone (330) 695-6793.
LoCAtion: the auction will be held at the Kidron Auction Sprunger building in Kidron oH 44636.
tuesday, April 16 @ 4:00 P.M.
GunS, toyS ,CoLLeCtAbLe, And More. MedinA iteMS; Huntington Piano like new, Yamaha key board Mo. PSR 220, Wurlitzer Jukebox great condition, Poker table with chairs, Pinball game, Mr.’s. Pac Man game, Galaga game needs new tube, Tiato game needs new tube, dart game, Elvis memorabilia old 45 records – lots of pictures- music boxes-and lots more, (10) porcelain dolls, Walt Disney collectables, beer steins, Nut cracker collection 2 are 6ft tall 2 more are 3 ft. tall and 18 are smaller, porcelain figurines,(6) sets china ware, misc. glass ware, Craftsman snow blower like new 28” wide, Craftsman 21” mower, 4 tires like new 235/50/R18,12ft. aluminum boat, Lawn ornaments –4ft. tall eagle-concrete statues, large painting, 60” Sony TV, (2) marble plant stands w/ vases, Giuseppe Amani figurines, Indian collection figurines and much more. KeiM toy CoLLeCtion; (145) piece toy collection. Including; (22) pieces of 1/8” scaleincluding, J.D – I.H. – Oliver- Massey Harris- and more. (17) pieces precision toys, Misc. crawlers, equipment, semi’s, and much more toys all have original boxes. troyer Gun CoLLeCtion; (44) guns including, Rem. 1187 20 Ga. N.I.B., Rem. 1100 Lt I.C. 20 Ga., Rem. 870 L.W. 20 Ga. N.I.B., Rem. 1100 skeet 20 Ga., Rem. 870 20 Ga., Rem. 870 magnum 20 Ga. N.I.B., Rem. 870 Mag. 12 Ga., Rem. 870 w/slug barrel 12 Ga., Rem. 1100 -3” 410 Ga., Rem. 870 20 Ga., Rem. 870 16 Ga., Rem. 1100 Sam Walton 20 Ga. & 12 Ga. N.I.B., Browning Sweet 16 Mint Cond., Ithaca 37 Feather light 20 Ga, Browning BT -99 Special 12 Ga., Browning Auto 5 Mag 12 Ga., Ithaca DBL BL 16 Ga., Stoeger SxS 3 “ 20 Ga. N.I.B., Savage 212 Slug gun 12 Ga. N.I.B., Win. Mo. 12 12 Ga., Rem. 270 Camo. S.S barrel N.I.B., Rem. 700 Bdl 30/06, Rem. 700 Bdl 270 w/ Burris scope, Rem. 742 woods master 30/06, Rem. 700 Bdl left hand 300 ultra mag new, Ruger 77/22 22 Lr. N.I.B., Ruger 10/22 carbine 22 N.I.B., Savage 12 varmint barrel 22-250, Browning X- Bolt medallion 7 mm mag, Browning Bl 22 lever action 22 N.I.B., Weatherby Vanguard deluxe 300 win mag N.I.B, Weatherby Vanguard Deluxe 270 win N.I.B., Hand guns, Jennings nine 9-mm w/box, Dan & Wesson 357 mag, Gary Reeder custom black widow 44 mag N.I.B., Ruger Super Red Hawk S.S. 44 mag. N.I.B., Ruger new model Black Hawk 357 mag. N.I.B., Ruger new model super Black Hawk S.S.- 44 mag, Ruger New Bearcat S.S.-22 N.I.B., Ruger new model single six 22/22mag N.I.B., Ruger new model super Black Hawk 44 mag N.I.B., Ruger old army pistol 45 N.I.B, Smith & Wesson 642 38 special N.I.B. . requireMentS to PurCHASe GunS: 21 yrs. old for hand guns, 18 yrs. old for shot guns and rifles, be a residence in the state of Ohio, and not be a felon. You will sign a form stating that you fit this criteria. note. We will start auction at 4 selling Medina Items may end up selling in 2 rings. Most guns are in mint condition if not new. Most items are new and very clean very good quality auction. We have boxes for all toys. We will sell toys at 5:00 P.M. followed by guns. There is a complete list of toys and guns listed on auctionzip.com I.D. 7788. terMS; Cash, Check, Visa or Master card, with a 5% buyer’s premium. Buyer’s premium will be waved for cash or check. There will be sales tax charged as well. For more info call Steve @ 330-465-4725 Assisting auctioneers, bob Graber and Seth Andrews.
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Steve Chup, AuCtioneer/ reALtor
14' STARCRAFT Aluminum boat with trailer, 25HP Evenrude motor. Swivel Seats, $1,000 OBO. Sugarcreek Area. 330-275-9435 or 330-621-2680 2 MININ Kota trolling motors. One 30 lb thrust, new in box. One 55 lb thrust, pontoon or bow mount with foot control. Like new. (330) 893-2180. 2003 16-ft. Deep V Lund aluminum boat with trailer, 9.9 Honda, 4-stroke, 4 swivel seats, trolling motor & fish finder, exc. condition, $5000. 330-600-1822. 30 FT Sportcraft, Mercruiser 454, 340 HP Inboard. Lake Erie ready. Call for more details. (330) 698-1146 or (330) 698-1282 2001 JOHNSON 90 HP oil injected 15 HP Evinrude 7.5 HP Mercury. All good condition. Afer 5 PM: Aden Stutzman 8086 Weaver Rd. Fredericksburg, OH 44627
RVs & Campers
2006 32 ft Copper Canyon Travel Trailer, fiberglass exterior, 2 slides, non-smokers. Like new. Adjustable hitch, & leveling bars included. $15,000. 330-936-7079.
2011 SILVERADO 1500, 4 WD, 32K, loaded, exc. cond. $26,200. (330) 674-2800. FOR SALE: 2002 Chevy Duramax 2500 HD, crew cab, new head block & injectors, 4x4. (330) 473-8533 '92 BUCKET Truck, 58' reach, tool boxes, 72,000 miles. Nice Outfit. (330) 496-3412 '98 1500 Dodge Ram, 4x4, good condition, $3200/obo. (330) 473-5289
Motorcycles ATVs 2001 PONTIAC Montana extended, nice
FOLDING RAMP for loading 4 wheeler, $75; rear basket, $75; rear rack for buckets and crate, $30. Millersburg. Call (330) 473-7647.
cond., clean, runs good, 175K miles. $2900. obo. 330-663-1375. 1996 FORD E150 leisure van, some rust, runs good, good work van. New tires. $1200. (330) 276-0219.
the heart of the market
2 BR apt for rent with storage barn. $500. Dundee area. (330) 359-0270.
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2470 TR 406, Walnut Creek Exceptional home in Eastern Holmes County on 19.12 acres. All brick 4 BR, 3.5 BA home w/oak kitchen, solid hardwood floors, finished basement, large rec room. Attached 2 car garage & additional brick 30x36 3 bay garage. $ 715,000 Cliff Sprang 330-464-5155
CR 22 & TR 453 Loudonville 33 Acres in Washington Twp, Holmes Co. Hilltop acreage with frontage on 2 roads. Mostly open with approx. 10 wooded acres. Fenced. Gas & Oil Rights do not transfer. $4,700 Acre Curt Yoder 330-204-2447 Kate Overton 330-204-9339
5376 Hoffman Rd, Wooster Many updates in this well cared for 3 bedroom home including roof, siding, gutters & water heater. Large 1 acre corner lot and lots of storage. $123,000 Susan Crilow 330-763-3734 Krista Raber 330-231-2230
Shanesville Rd, Sugarcreek A beautiful 5.27 acre parcel to build your home in Pleasant Valley. Mineral rights transfer, some restrictions. $84,900 Steve Maag 330-763-4769
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WANTED: DRIVER/WORKER for stone mason crew. Dependable, reliable. Pay based on experience. Mt. Hope area. (330) 231-5484
MINI VAN FOR RENT Are you planning a vacation and need a car? Call (330) 601-6297
DUST BUNNIES Cleaning Co. offers an affordable housecleaning service tailored
Building Materials to meet your needs. Insured/bonded. Call
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
207 Doors & Windows • Vinyl Windows 06500 AD11797131 72 • Free Installations windows • Free Estimates 4881 CR 207 Millersburg, OH
763 Employment Staffing 830
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 FOR SALE: 4/4 prime hickory, 2000 board feet, $1.30 per foot. Aden Yoder, 5167 TR 629, Millersburg. (330) 893-3921.
CASH PAID for scrap, autos, trucks, farm equipment & misc. Hauled free, appliances & junk. Call (330) 749-2094. HAULING WITH 1 ton dump truck & trailer. Duane Weaver, 330-763-1192.
Michelle at (330) 844-1604.
FURNACE, MADE to burn hard coal, no electric, 130,000 BTU's Call 330-948-1573
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. HOLMES PREMIER Construction, New Construction, Frame & Pole Buildings, Residential & Commercial Roofing, Plain or Fancy, Conklin Flat Roofing (330) 674-0041 CONSTRUCTION. We do new vinyl siding on your house. Re-insulate your house, re-roofing & much more. Over 30 years in business. Call Christ, 330-473-8410. FOR SALE: 36" PVC culvert. 20fl long. Good condition, $550. 330-264-8705 V.M.
BACKHOE SERVICE, creek dredging, springs, culverts, etc. Call Marty Troyer, 330-663-4583 / Sugarcreek.
Fencing POLE BARN special of the month is a
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 YODER'S FENCE & Brush Removal. Will built all types of farm fence. 23 yrs. exp. Free Estimates. 330-763-0497
WE BUY junk cars 262-9300
24x32 x 10 ft high with 1 mandoor and 1 10x8 opening, and 1 ft overhang for $8800. Call (330) 600-1519. FOR SALE: Bilco basement door with ext. $200.00. 330-231-2784. Berlin Ohio CRAYTON CARPENTRY can take care of your remodeling or addition. Quality Comes Standard. 330-231-7195 RETIRED CONTRACTOR, great prices, low overhead. No job too big or too small. Heating, carpentry, painting, siding, additions. 330-231-6255.
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Lawn & Gardening
WILL TILL Gardens in Holmes County Area. Will also do some bobcat work. Duane Weaver 330-763-1192
Lawn & Gardening 895
PC-7414 POWER CUTTER
FREE w/ Power Cutter 12” - Diamond Blade 10-12” Concrete Blade 1 - Quart SEF Fuel Mix ($135.00 Value)
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08950 AD12892693 216 Starting only $1,995.00 10136249 • Order Now for 2012 Prices • Gas or Electric Motors • Cut your evaporating time by 3/4! • Save Time & Money Call 330.674.1838 or Leave Message
• Optional Wheel Kit • While Supplies Last
12” Saw Reg. $799.95 SALE $74995 14” Saw Reg. $899.95 SALE $83995
Berlin Gravely Sales
4319 County Rd 168 • Millersburg, OH 44654
God is Love
Timbermill Sugarhouse 7928 St. Rt. 241 Millersburg Ohio 44654
HEALTH MEETING April 16, 2013 at 6:30PM at Javon Mark Miller Residence 3939 CR 135 • Millersburg, OH 44654
Questions? Call 330-893-3866
Significantly Improves Your Overall Health
100% Money Back Guarantee!!
ICE CREAM for weddings, parties, graduations, etc. Flavors available. Delivery available. 4 & 6 oz. cups available. 330-852-2938 or 330-260-1219.
SIGLER PAINTING specializing in neat, clean, quality interior painting. Third generation painter. Excellent references. Free estimates. (330) 317-7048.
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Maple Syrup EZ RO Reverse Osmosis
Quality Since 1927
Roofing & Spouting
Standing Seam 1000015AD12871600 72 sq. ft. $1 Classified Display - Standing Seam 330-763-1162 1035
SWISS AUTO MART
EVERYONE DRIVES A USED CAR!
All Prices cleArly MArked On Windshields
63K Mi., Auto, V6, 2.5L
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.
SPRING SPECIALS! 2000 CHRYSLER SEBRING JXI
12X16 STORAGE barn, older but very solid, new roof, $1400. (330) 201-3394, days; 330-359-5634 evenings.
Troy Ridge Mfg
3998 Cr 168 Millersburg, OH 44654 (330) 473-7727 Custom Welding Specializing in Aluminum 11200 AD12378029 144 Truck Beds68874 • Tool Boxes
2000 ToYoTa CamRY SoLaRa SLE
Red Flame, Auto, 6 Cyl., 3.0L
see our inventory online Trades Welcome • STOP IN TODAY or give us a call for a “GREAT DEAL” on any used Car, Mini Van, SUV or Truck.
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Dover Rd., Sugarcreek • Daily 8-5, Sat., 8-Noon
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FOGGED HOUSE WINDOWS? We can fix them without replacing the entire window. (330) 674-7556.
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Thursday, April 11, 2013 — 39 We’ll Fit Your Lifestyle
College Hills Honda
FINANCING UP TO 60 MOS.
0.9% FINANCING 24-60
All 2013 Fit – Odyssey – Pilot – Crosstour – CRV
0.9% FINANCING 24-36
1.9% FINANCING 37-60
All 2013 Accord – Ridgeline – Civic
2013 Accord LX Sedan CVT $219 Mo. 36 Months $2399 Due At Signing
2013 Civic Sedan LX Auto $189 Mo. 36 Months $1999 Due At Signing
FINANCING UP TO 60 MOS.
FINANCING UP TO 60 MOS.
FINANCING UP TO 60 MOS.
0.9% FINANCING 24-60
FINANCING UP TO 60 MOS.
0.9% FINANCING 24-60
0.9% FINANCING 24-60
FINANCING UP TO 60 MOS.
0.9% FINANCING 24-36 Months 1.9% FINANCING 37-60 Months
FINANCING UP TO 60 MOS.
0.9% FINANCING 24-60
0.9% FINANCING 24-60
0.9% and 1.9% ﬁnancing available for well qualiﬁed buyers approved with Honda Financial Services. Rates expire 04-30-2013 36 month 36,000 mile closed end leases. For well qualiﬁed buyers approved with Honda Financial Services. Money due at signing can be cash or trade equity plus tax. Title, License Plate, Documentary Fee and Mud Guards Both lease and ﬁnance rate specials expire 04-30-2013.
We Specialize in the Sale of Honda Factory Certiﬁed Used Cars Exclusive in Wooster
We’ll Fit Your Lifestyle
College Hills Honda Used Cars www.collegehillshondacars.com
Non-Powertrain Coverage - Within New Car Warranty
The Honda Certiﬁed Cars Limited Warranty extends the powertrain coverage to 7 years*/100,000 miles.
The Honda Certiﬁed Cars Limited Warranty extends the nonpowertrain coverage by 1 year/12,000 miles to 4 years*/48,000 miles.
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2010 Accord LXP
2010 Odyssey EXL
2011 CRV EXL 4WD
2010 CRV LX 4WD
2012 CRV EX AWD
2010 Odyssey EXL-RES
2010 Odyssey EXL
Other Select Used Cars $ P7494A
2008 HHR SS Manual
2009 MDX Tech
2007 Acura TL Navi
2005 Ram 1500 SLT
2004 Civic CPE VP Manual
WE BUY $ P7599
2009 Civic EX
2002 Lexus ES
2006 Pilot EXL-NAVI
We’ll Fit Your Lifestyle
College Hills Honda SALES
Mon. - Thurs. 9:00 - 8:00; Fri. 9:00 - 6:00 Saturday 9:00 - 5:00
Mon. thru Fri. 8:00 - 6:00 Saturday 8:00 - 2:00
Mon. thru Fri. 8:00 - 6:00 Saturday 8:00 - 2:00
2010 Corolla S
2011 Pilot EXL
4600 Cleveland Rd., Wooster, OH 44691 Phone: 330-345-5200 888-244-6632 Fax: 330-345-5769 www.collegehillshondacars.com
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39 Vehicles Under $10,000!! 03 CHEVY VENTURE
02 JEEP LIBERTY LIMITED 4X4
06 FORD TAURUS SE
07 CHEVY 1/2 TON EXT 2WD
04 CHEVY 3/4 TON EXT 4X4 HD
Cargo Van, Power Windows & Locks, Tilt Wheel, Cruise Control, CD Stereo
Power Seat, Power Windows & Locks, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air
Power Windows & Locks, Tilt Wheel, Cruise Control, Alloy Wheels, CD Stereo, Air,
Power Windows & Locks, Cloth, CD Stereo, Air, Tow Package
Tilt Wheel, Alloy Wheels, Cruise Control, CD Stereo, Air, Tow Package, 1 Owner, Long Bed
05 CHRYSLER PT CRUISER
02 GMC ENVOY XL SLE 4x4
04 BUICK CENTURY
04 FORD 1 TON EXT 4X4
05 FORD MUSTANG
Power Seat, Power Windows & Locks, Power Sunroof, Heated Leather Seats, 6-CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air.
Power Seats, Roof Rack, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air, Tow Package
Only 54,700 Miles!!! Power Leather Seats, CD Stereo, Air.
Diesel, Tilt Wheel, Cruise Control, AM/FM Stereo, Air
Power Seat, Power Windows & Locks, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air
98 CHEVY LUMINA Power Windows & Locks, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air.
$3,481 04 SATURN ION
Power Windows & Locks, Tilt Wheel, Cruise Control, CD Stereo, Air
07 CHEVY COBALT Power Windows & Locks, CD Stereo, Air
98 DODGE 1/2 TON CREW 4X4 SLT
03 BUICK LESABRE Power Heated Leather, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air, 1 Owner
03 FORD RANGER REG CAB
Power Windows & Locks, CD Running Boards, Bedliner, CD Stereo, Air, Tow Package Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air
00 CHEVY 04 CHEVY 05 JEEP TRAILBLAZER 3/4 TON GRAND 4X4 LT REG 4X4 LS CHEROKEE 4X4 Power Seat, Power Windows & Locks, Running Boards, Sunroof, Alloy Wheels, Tow Package
01 GMC SONOMA SLE 4X4
Power Windows & Locks, Running Boards, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air, Tow Package
Power Windows & Locks, Alloy Wheels, Air, Tow Package
Power Seats, Power Windows & Locks, Roof Rack, Air, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Tow Package
01 GMC 04 CHEVY 3/4 TON 1/2 TON EXT 4X4 SLE REG 4X4 Power Seats, Keyless Entry, Bedliner, CD Stereo, Tow Package
$8,988 $8,991 $9,991
Power Windows & Locks, Bedliner, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air, Tow Package
01 Pontiac Grand Prix Power Seat, Power Windows & Locks, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air,...........................................
97 Ford 1/2 Ton Reg Power Seat, Power Windows & Locks, Cassette Stereo, Air .................................................................................
97 Ford 1/2 Ton Reg XLT Power Seat, Power Windows & Locks, Alloy Wheels, Air, Tow Package ......................
99 Chevy Express Cargo Van, Power Windows & Locks, Alloy Wheels,Air .....................................................................................
95 Lincoln Town Car Power Seats, Leather,
$3,391 91 Chevy 3/4 Ton 4x4 Tilt, Alloys, Air, Tow Package ........ $4,481
Power Windows & Locks, Cassette Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air ..................
99 Chevy Venture Power Windows & Locks,
99 Jeep Grand Cherokee Power Seats,
00 Chevy Express Cargo Van
00 GMC 1/2 Ton Ext 4x4 Power Windows &
Locks, Bedliner, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air, Tow Package.......................
98 GMC 1/2 Ton Ext 4x4 Power Windows & Locks, Bedliner, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air, Tow Package.......................
Roof Rack, CD Stereo, Air ......................................................................................
Roof Rack, Power Sunroof, Leather Interior, Alloy Wheels .......................
Running Boards, Tilt Wheel, Air, 1 Owner ...........................................................
06 Chrysler PT Cruiser
09 Yamaha VStar
04 Chevy Trailblazer 4x4
08 Chrysler PT Cruiser
04 Jeep Grand Cherokee LTD 4x4 Power Seat,
Power Windows & Locks, CD Stereo, Air........................................................... Only 2,800 Miles!!!! Many Extras.......................................................................
Power Windows & Locks, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels,Air, Tow Package .... Power Seats, Power Windows & Locks, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air ........ Power Windows & Locks, Power Sunroof, 6-CD Stereo, Alloys, Air........
04 Ford Ranger EXT 4x4 XLT Power Windows &
Locks, Nerf Bars, CD Stereo, Air, Tow Package ...............................................
CHUCK NICHOLSON SALE ENDS 4/25/14
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