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May 9-15, 2013: Vol. 12, No. 4; • 1-888-323-1662 • Fax 330-264-3756

Calendar May Holmes Humane Society meets tonight The Holmes County Humane Society will meet tonight (Thursday, May 9) at New Life in Millersburg at 7 p.m. The public is invited.

Holmes veterans office closed through Friday The Holmes County


Veterans Service Center will be closed through Friday, May 10, because of construction. There will be no transportation provided to the VA Clinics/VA Hospital May 6-10.

In the back, out the front

Children’s ballet to be performed Friday, Saturday “Hannah and Gretel,”a children’s ballet performed by local Holmes County dance students, will be presented at See Pg. 16 — CALENDAR

Maple Syrup EZ RO Reverse Osmosis See us at Mohawk Sugar Bush May 11th

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At Antiques in the Alley on May 11, more than 50 antique vendors and crafters will sell their wares throughout downtown Millersburg — including in the alleys.

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6 S. Washington Street, Millersburg, OH 44654

to Premier Hearing Center as a full time hearing instrument specialist. Laurie would like to invite all of her friends in Sugarcreek and the Holmes County area to stop by and hear what you’ve been missing!


2 — Thursday, May 9, 2013

The Holmes County Shopper News

Your Local Bulk Foods Grocery Section 10094891

Holmesville • 330-279-2283 2 miles north of Holmesville on SR 83 Mon.-Fri. 9-7; Sat. 9-6; Closed Sunday





Name Brand Graham Crackers(14.1oz.). .......... $1.39...(case.of.18)....$23.22 Dove Milk Choc. Bars (6pk.).......................$1.79 Coconut Oil(16oz)............$2.95......(Gal.)........$10.49

New Items

Spices & Seasonings 6oz. ........$1.19 Gluten Free Flour 22oz ................$3.19 Hospitality Bran Flakes 35oz. ..$4.19 Hospitality Whole Wheat Flakes 35oz.........................................$4.19 “Organo Gold” Black Coffee...................................$24.99


RT 62 ent N’ ent

Owners–Daniel & Esther Miller 3953 Twp. Rd. 414, Dundee 2 miles N. of Berlin off Rt. 62

2495 CR 168 (Near Trail)

Dove Chocolate Bars (pk. of 6) .................... $1.79

Name Brand Bent & Dent Grocery

(Great for S’mores)

Sugardale Hotdogs (1 lb.) ............................ $1.15

Pampers • Paper Products Laundry Detergent Toothpaste • Shampoo Body Wash and Much More!

Rubber Maid Water bottles & bowls Joe & Fannie Bowman • 4992 Twp. 628 • 1 1/2 mi. SW Mt. Hope Hours: Mon., Wed., Fri. 8-6; Tue., Thur. 8-5; Sat. 8-4

330-600-1763 We also have Bread, Ketchup, Snacks, Sliced Cheese and Much More for Your Cookouts


8439 TR 527 • Shreve, OH 44676 330-567-2569 HOURS Mon. - Fri. 8:30 - 5:30 Sat. 8:30 - 4:00

May 10th - 15th

Doughty Farm Meats HOURS: M-F 8-5 SATURDAY 8-3


Charcoal (16 lbs.) ........................$5.50 Tomato Juice (46 oz.).....................99¢ White Sugar (50 lbs.) .................. $24.00

Mon, Tues, Fri 8am-6pm Wed 8am - 7pm • Sat 9am-5pm Closed Thurs and Sun

5362 S.R. 557 Millersburg, OH 44654 (330) 674-6257

Name Brand Pop (24 cans) .........$5.98

GOOD PRICE ON: Pepsi & Mtn. Dew

Week of May 13th - 18th EZ Carve Ham .........................................................$1.99 lb. Dutch Loaf ...............................................................$2.69 lb. Colby Cheese ..........................................................$2.69 lb. Pepperoni Cheese ..................................................$2.59 lb. Real Salt...................................................................$2.58 lb. Thesco Flour...............................................................41¢ lb. Peanut Butter Spread (9 oz.) ...............................$2.08 ea. Chocolate Milk Mix ................................................$2.65 lb. 10145355

May 2nd - May 18th

Mt. Hope Country Health Store

Sausage Patties ..................................... $2.79 lb. Gerber’s Boneless Skinless Breast Pieces Frozen (20lbs.) ...... . $32.00


$2.29 lb. .................. $10.99 5lb loaf


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Mini Lacey Baby Cheese ..................... $3.09 lb. Mild Cheddar Cheese..... $2.75 lb. Honey Ham ........................ $2.65 lb. Dutch Loaf.......................... $2.89 lb.


OPEN TUESDAY NIGHTS 2430 TR 183, BALTIC • 330-897-3536 Specials: May 13th - 18th

Steiner Swiss Cheese .... $3.09 lb. Yellow American Sliced

Our hogs are raised and processed right here on the farm. Our hogs are bred for meat quality and flavor. Are No Artificial Full line of smoked & fresh products. StateWeInspected Growth Hormones

J & F Discount Groceries Prices Good - May 10th – May 16th Medium Inn Maid Noodles (16 oz.) ............ $2.19

Winter Hours: M&W 8-5; TTF 8-5; Sat. 8-3


Discount Groceries

1295 US RT 62 • WILMOT, OH 44689 M-F 8-6, SAT 8-4, / CLOSED SUN • 330-359-0481 10099192


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Prices Good May - 9th to May - 16th

New Hours: Mon., Tue., Wed. 8-5 • Closed Thursday Fri. 8-7 • Sat. 8-5

EZ Carve Ham .................$1.99 lb. Hanging Baskets & Bedding Plants Turkey Ham .....................$2.74 lb. MULCH • SOILS Colby ................................$2.59 lb. $3.25 2 Cu. Ft. Bag Lacey Baby Swiss .........$2.97 lb. 10 or more $3.00 ea. Green Onion Cheese .....$2.59 lb. OHIO FOOD STAMPS

food banks in Wooster, Orrville and Millersburg. It is the 20th annual



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Letter carriers will collect nonperishable food donations along their routes Saturday, May 11 for delivery to local





Mail carriers to collect food Saturday

Trail Bologna .........................................................$3.75 lb. Lacey Baby Swiss Mini Horns ...........................$3.07 lb. Mild Cheddar Cheese Loaf..................................$2.86 lb. Collage Inn Chicken Broth (48oz.) ....................$3.19 ea. Butter Milk Pancake Mix.......................................80¢ lb. Raised A Donut Mix ................................................90¢ lb. Instant Whip Dessert Pastry Topping ..............$3.99 ea. Whip-N-Ice ...........................................................$4.37 ea. Shultz Salty Stix Pretzels (3lbs.) .......................$4.39 ea. Cream of Mushroom Soup.....................................89¢ ea. Cream of Chicken Soup .........................................89¢ ea. WE FILL PROPANE GAS TANKS


HOURS: Mon., Thurs. & Fri. 8-5; Tues. 8-7; Closed Wed. & Sun.; Sat. 8-4

The Holmes County Shopper News

Thursday, May 9, 2013 — 3

Antiques for at this outdoor antique show,” said Starr. the front door of many Crafters and craft dembusinesses located in His- onstrators will be located toric Downtown Millers- on the courthouse lawn. burg,” said event organizer To raise money for their Caren Starr, owner of Star- organizations, the Holmlight Antiques in Millers- es County Humane Sociburg. “What a fun, festive ety and the Lioness Club event to spend the day of Millersburg booths will shopping for antiques, col- sell donated used items. lectibles, treasures and art.” Wendell August Forge With more than 50 will offer old and new antique vendors and items from the store’s crafters setting up shop collection of hand-forged around nearly every cor- metal items. ner — not to mention on In addition to the outthe village’s lawns, streets door shopping opportuand sidewalks — visitors nities, Starr encourages can wander the town in shoppers to remember search of treasures. Millersburg’s favorite On-site will be vendors local retail stores. specializing in garden décor “When shopping and accents, hanging flower Antiques in the Alley, don’t baskets and herbs, as well forget to visit the antiques/ as salvage-style antiques accent shops and a variety and crafts, furniture, quilts, of unique stores and resglassware, primitives, folk taurants in downtown Millart, Victorian, art deco and ersburg,” she said. country items. These include every“You may find just about thing from Young Music anything you are looking & Sound, a full-line music (Continued From Page 1)

store, to Pioneer Loft, which offers antiques, vintage and new, used and repurposed furniture. Stores throughout the downtown will be participating in Antiques in the Alley, with many offering sidewalk sales and in-store discounts. These stores and restaurants are all within walking distance. For those wishing to spend the night, Hotel Millersburg and Comfort Inn of Millersburg are available for lodging needs. For pictures or more information visit www., or call Caren Starr at Starlight Antiques at 330-6745111, 800-397-1555 or cell 330-466-8836. Reporter Kelley Mohr can be reached at 330674-5676 or

To help with medi- have him laid up for six ing to contribute. Donacal and other expenses, months to a year. tions can be made to the a fund has been estabWhile a benefit event is Randy Meyers Fund at lished in the name of likely to be held in the any PNC Bank. Nashville resident Randy coming months, a fund For more information, Meyers. has been established call Shilah Kelly at 330Meyers, retired 22 now for anyone wish- 763-1487. years from the 179th Air National Guard, fell from Pomerene offering ZUMBA classes a tree April 17. CompliPomerene Hospital is e a c h We d n e s d a y cations from a dislocated elbow are expected to offering ZUMBA classes through May 29 from to the community for 7-9 p.m. in the hospital $5 per session. Proceeds auditorium. Classes will will go to the Pomerene be held again starting in Memory Garden, which is September. a place where families can Call the Public Rela(Continued From Page 2) go to pray and remember tions Department at 330674-1584, Ext. 1763, for Stamp Out Hunger drive their loved ones. Classes are offered more information. conducted by the National Association of Letter Carriers — the largest one-day, food drive in the nation. Place a nonperishable food donation by the mailbox before your mail is delivered that day. The carrier will deliver it to a local food bank.


Published Thursdays by the Holmes County Shopper, P.O. Box 918, Wooster, OH 44691.

Ascension Day (May 9th) Hours: 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

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April May 10th - 15th


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The Holmes County Shopper News

Pomerene Hospital Planning 2013 Starlight Golf Scramble Golf Scramble, to take place at Fire Ridge Golf

Typewriters 12 volt & AC Word Processors 12 volt & AC Berlin Flyer Wagons Solar Items - Batteries ASST Ink & Ribbons Floor Lamps & LED Bulbs & ASST Lamps Table Lamps on Sale Our 34th year! Now thru May 31st 5044 CR 120, Millersburg • 330-893-3261 V.M. Hours: Monday thru Friday 7:30-4:30 Saturday 7:30-3:30

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50 Antique Vendors and Historic Downtown Millersburg Merchants in the alleys and on sidewalks Crafters and Craft Demonstrations on the Court House lawn Also 7 Antique/Collectable Shops located in downtown Millersburg within walking distance.

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Course on Friday, May 31. The Starlight Golf Scramble is hosted by the Pomerene Foundation and Pomerene Hospital Auxiliary. Pomerene is still accepting teams. The cost of a four-man team is $120. If anyone is interested in sponsoring a hole, the cost is $50. Deadline for registrations is Wednesday, May 29.

The event will begin at 9 p.m. on Friday, May 31. Registration that night begins at 7 p.m. and instructions will be given out at 8:45 p.m. Snacks will be served before the scramble and a boxed dinner will be served after the event. For more information, or to register a team or become a hole sponsor, call the Pomerene Foundation at 330-674-1584, Ext. 1100.

Blood drives FRIDAY — Winesburg Fire Department, 2088 State Route 62, Winesburg, noon-7 p.m.

May 16 — United Dayspring Mennonite Church, 5641 Township Road 362, Millersburg, 1-7 p.m.

The Holmes County Shopper News

Thursday, May 9, 2013 — 5

Community Wiping up — messy part of motherhood Sprinting up late to my son’s baseball game, I caught a glimpse of my daughter with — I’m not going to sugar coat this — snot dripping down her face. “I need a tissue,” she said. “No kidding,” I replied, but I didn’t have one. I quickly searched my pockets for a scrap of tissue or paper or anything remotely resembling an appropriate tool for cleaning her nose, but found nothing. So I did what came naturally to me. I wiped it with my finger, and then wiped my finger on my pants. A nearby dad said, “And that’s the sign of a true mother,” which I completely shrugged off because wiping a nose is nothing special to me. I have also licked my thumb and cleaned peanut butter off of their faces even though I swore to heaven and back I would never repeat that horrific act my mother did so many times. I guess it’s just part of being a mom. I would have never guessed it, but wiping is

actually a huge part of motherhood. This proclamation should not deter any young women out there considering pursuing this elite profession, because it’s more than you think. Sure, we wipe a lot. Noses are just the start of it. There’s the cheesy stuff that forms behind newborn ears. We wipe on lotions and creams. There are the obvious countless diaper changes and potty training adventures. There are tears of joy and sadness and boo-boo’s and dirt and the neverending task of wiping up the messes they make around the house. I’ve probably spent more hours wiping than I have sleeping in the last 12 years. But of course motherhood is more than just wiping, and the list is far too long to even begin naming. Sixth sense, abil-

ity to find lost things, and magical healing skills, to name a few. Thankfully, anyone willing to learn the great talents of motherhood doesn’t have to look very far because anyone who has been a mother to her own children sort of takes on that role for everyone else. For example, if in a group of people a baby starts crying, do you not see the majority of women rocking back and forth as if calming a child? An instinct that we can’t deny. My own mother lives states away. We talk nearly every day on the phone and see each other as much as possible. My mother-in-law lives close enough that we cross paths and share meals whenever our busy schedules permit. I love spending time with my mothers, and really any mothers in general. I know we’re all together to take care of each other, because deep down inside, that’s what we do best. For that reason, unbeknownst to them, I have self-adopted dozens of mothers in all

sections of my life. At work, in the neighborhood, at various social settings. I would be remiss if I didn’t specifically mention the great group of women at our local YMCA who make my mornings better by saying hello and smiling and chatting about this and that. They have no idea what a big place they fill in my heart. All of these ladies, I feel, have offered me a sense of trust and security, and deep down, I honestly feel like if I needed something, they would be there. So this Mother’s Day, I urge everyone to take a second to notice and recognize the many mothers in your life. It’s not like you have to get them all a card or take them out to brunch. You don’t even have to buy them all a designer pack of tissues, even though there has never been a more practical gift for a mother. If you even give them an extra smile or say a kind word or two, they’ll know you care. Their sixth sense will surely pick up on it.

Church notes Caring Friends to meet

to Christian bluegrass/ country while sending a strong Christian message. The Caring Friends They have recently been grief share group for par- featured on American ents and grandparents, Bible Challenge, an invitwho have lost children, ed guest to the National and adult siblings, will Gospel and Harvest Celmeet on Tuesday, May ebration at Dollywood, 14, 6-7:30 p.m. at Ripley and will be opening for Church of Christ, 12298 Charlie Daniels, Michael County Road 330, Big W. Smith and Guy Penrod Prairie. For more infor- later this summer. The concert is part of a mation, call the church weekend-long event put office at 330-567-2320. on by Round Lake Christian Camp in which 600+ Red Roots families will camp for the weekend. If you are interto wrap up ested in the other weekfamily camp end services or camping, The strong roots of check out www.roundlake. Southern Gospel Blue- org. All of the services, grass will be heard across including the Red Roots the waters at Round Lake concert, are open to the Christians Camp on Sun- public, with a love offering day, May 26 beginning at 7 taken to cover costs. p.m. Twenty-one-year-old triplets Nicole, Nika and Take bus trip Natalie Taylor will be sharing their talents and faith. to Creation The group is working on Museum its third album with a busy The Millersburg Church touring schedule and has developed a modern twist of God Women’s Min-

istry is sponsoring an overnight fundraising bus trip June 21-22 to the Creation Museum near Cincinnati, leaving from Millersburg. Journey back in time at state-ofthe-art museum, a ministry of Answers in Genesis that brings the pages of the Bible to life with 160 exhibits featuring depictions of people, plants, and animals (including life-sized dinosaurs) 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. Ask for single pricing. Call 330-275-8527 for more information.

Briefs New arrivals


DAVINITY PAIGE was born April 15 at Wooster Community Hospital to Shalyn and Dan Morr of Big Prairie. She weighed 7 pounds, 2 ounces and was 19 inches long. Grandparents are Terry and Cheryl Martin of Glenmont and Perry and Nancy Morr of Big Prairie. Great-grandparents are Hiram Smetzer of Holmesville, Mary Fortune of Big Prairie and Carol Morr of Loudonville.

West Holmes Class of 1973 will hold its 40-year reunion Aug. 10. For details, contact Roc Baker, roc@bakerwell. com, 330-231-8255.

BROOKLYN VANESSA was born March 26 at Pomerene Hospital in Millersburg to Monica and James Yoder of Gambier. She weighed 6 pounds, 13 ounces and was 18 inches long. She joins siblings, Megan, Max and Nicky. Grandparents are Miriam Hershberger of Holmesville and Melvin and Dena Yoder of Gambier.

West Holmes to hold 40-year

Knitters, crocheters needed Volunteers are needed to assist in putting together crocheted and/ or knitted afghan blocks for the Holmes County Chapter of the American Red Cross disaster services program. 330-6745861.

Donations needed for Wolf Creek Cemetery Wolf Creek Pleasant Valley Cemetery is now accepting donations to pay for mowing of the cemetery grounds. Any amount appreciated. Call Robert L. Croskey, 330276-3322. Donations may be sent to Croskey at 12049 U.S. 62, Killbuck 44637 or Lilian Duncan, P.O. Box 284 Killbuck 44637.

Clubs L’ville prayer team meets Wednesdays Tragedies and disasters have been recurring themes in the news lately. So much has happened recently — to local families, within our community, in the state, and especially throughout our nation. Th e Loudonville C om m u ni t y P r ay e r Team is forming in Loudonville and will meet Wednesdays at 8 p.m. at the Loudonville United Methodist Church to pray for our families, friends, neighbors, churches, schools, community, state and nation. A l l a r e w e l come. If you can’t join us, submit your prayer requests to prayers4loudonville@yahoo. com. For more information call Susan at 330275-1272.

TOPS Sugarcreek TOPS Sugarcreek met on May 2 at the United Methodist Church with 16 members weighing in with a weight loss of 21 pounds. Members welcomed Barb Sheely as a visitor. TOPS weekly winner was LeAnna Hostetler and best rededicated winner was Linda Miller. KOPS winner was Betty J. Miller. The forbidden food for the week is no fast food and the thing to do is exercise at least 20 minutes at least three days a week. The TOPS ballgame continues and team no.1 pulled ahead of team no. 2 with 17 runs to 16 runs. Leader Verna Yoder passed out TOPS bingo cards and members enjoyed playing bingo. TOPS is a non-profit weight loss support group which meets on Thursdays at the church. Weigh-ins begin at 6:30 p.m.with the meeting at

7. For more information about TOPS call 330-8976007.

Millersburg Lions Club Millersburg Lions Club meets the first Thursday of the month at 6:30 p.m. and on the following noon (first Friday of the month). Both meetings are held at The Hotel Millersburg.

Holmes County Humane Society The Holmes County Humane Society meets the second Thursday of the month, 7 p.m., at the Life Center

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.

6 — Thursday, May 9, 2013

1 Corinthians 12:1–31 1 Corinthians 14:1–25 1 Corinthians 16:1–24 Acts 1:1–26


A new life is brought into this world and our lives change. Along with diaper changes and schedule changes, come changes in a mother’s heart. Her heart softens with love and patience and stretches with a capacity for love larger than life. As the Creator sends us the infant that transforms the heart, he can send us His love that will transform the soul with a faith, peace and joy that we have never known. The best skills for motherhood are learned through the Word of God. Worship this week and honor our mothers love and remember His love; the best love of all.

Psalms 47

Berlin, Ohio

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Garage Doors & Operators

Skilled and Intermediate Care • Comprehensive Rehabilitation • Alzheimer’s Center

105 Majora Lane • Millersburg


Country Mart

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The Pizza Shop

“Pizza, Soup, Salads, Subs” 330-674-9933

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HEINI’S PLACE CHEESE HOUSE & Country mall 330-893-2131


New & Used Tires Rotation & Repair Brake Service • Batteries

330-674-0025 450 Railroad St. • Millersburg

HOLMESVILLE ELECTRIC Electrical contractors for all of your commercial and residential needs!!

Phone 330-279-4522

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Quality Sand - Gravel - Limestone Dozer Work - Excavating Co. Rd. 189, Millersburg • 674-0038

5029 Somerset Rd., Berlin Ohio, 44610

Your Full-Line Bakery

Buyer Of Standing Trees - Logs 13720 St. Rt. 62, Killbuck Ph. 276-5911


Since 1988

Commercial • Residential • Sales • Service • Installation Located 4 mi. NE of Berlin 3249 US Rt. 62, Millersburg • (330) 893-2711


READY MIX CEMENT 5420 Co. Rd. 349 Call Collect Complete Building Center 330-674-0865 893-2251 • 1-800-362-6682

MILLER OVERHEAD DOORS, INC. “Full Service Christian Bookstore” 4925 West Main St., Berlin * 330-893-2523

Quality Appalachian Hardwoods Phone: (330) 893-3121





of Millersburg, Inc.

• Automotive Parts • Machine Shop


Monument Sales 212 Jones St., P.O. Box 501 Shreve, Ohio 44676 (330) 567-2291

B W& Rt. 39 East, Millersburg 330-674-4015 • 1-800-686-6777

The Parts Place



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Sales • Service • Parts Harold Neuenschwander 2120 Co. Rd. 168, Dundee Ph. 893-2348

Attorneys at Law 88 S. Monroe Street Millersburg, Ohio 44654 330-674-7070

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For All your Home Improvements

Tom Bryan Owner 330-674-1369 We Deliver! $8 Minimum

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FARM & BAKERY LTD. 5452 St. Rt. 557, Millersburg

Order At 330-674-6096

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96 W. Jackson St. Millersburg, OH 44654

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COMPANY, INC. your dream home. ASPHALT PAVING Outfitting sportsmen for the great outdoors! LLC 4609 TR 371, SINCE 1964 CHARM 330-893-1486 KIDRON 330-893-2015 Millersburg



6139 SR 39 • Millersburg




Trimmers - Tillers - Lawn Mowers - Blowers - Chain Saws

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Gas, Water and Drain Lines Road Bores ~Spring Development 6980 CR 201, Millersburg PH: 330.674.7156 Fax: 330.674.7157

KAUFFMAN’S COUNTRY BAKERY Of Bunker Village Across From Heini’s Place Open Daily ~ 893-2129

Berlin 5862 N. Market St.

(330) 893-3273 Walnut Creek 2804 St. Rt. 39

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School brief Summer Science sessions planned

pleted grades four-eight are invited to attend. The hands-on activities Students looking for relate to science, math, summer activities can engineering, ecology, register for the Sum- environment and techmer Science sessions to nology. AAUW/4-H OSU be held at West Holmes Extension/West Holmes High School, June 19-21. Science Club sponsor the Students who have com- event.


Holmes County

x Fre Sale

on Footwear May 18

Spenco Flip-Flop

both the main and East branchs or contact 330674-3377 for more information.

Holmes County’s most unique shopping experience! -Daily Specials -Full Service Kitchen -Giveaway Events -Climate Controlled


Spring is here... and so are our Flip-Flops!

Sessions include: Water Spaghetti + Marshmal- $25 for all six half-days. Rockets, Animal Adapta- lows = Towers. Registration forms are tions, EcoBot Challenge, Each half-day session is at the Holmes County What’s In My Jelly?, $5. Early registration is District Public Library, First Aid for You, Reptiles and Amphibians, You In the Veterinarthe original ian’s Clinic?, Mindstorm Lego Robotic Project, Daytime Astronomy and

OPEN Thurs-Fri-Sat 9:00 - 5:00

Flea Market

~located just a half mile east of Berlin, OH on State Route 39~

10686 James Rd. • Fredericksburg, OH 44627 • 330-695-2328 Mon. Tues. Fri.: 7:30-5:00, Wed.: 7:30-7:30, Sat.: 7:30-3, Thurs. Closed


(also avail. in black)

RUGGS & MORE located inside the Flea Market





Buy one 8x11 or two 5x8 area rugs Get one/any size rug at 40% off! (excluding braided rugs) with this coupon Valid May 2013 only 10142040



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Hours: Mon. & Wed. 7 to 6; Tues., Thurs. & Fri. 7 to 5 Sat. 7:30 to 11:30; Closed Sun. 10128679


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Lifelong junkie seeks fix beind the microphone Last week I fed the adrenaline junky in my soul two separate heaping helpings of the stuff. I’m sure that many of you, knowing my penchant for fast bikes and gnarly trails, imagine that I’m about to tell another bicycling story. Nothing could be further from the truth. And while the go-juice does often flow amply when I’m on two wheels, for me nothing kicks on the adrenaline pump more instantly than stepping in front of a microphone before a large crowd.

Those who have seen me on stage might think I appear calm and collected. The truth is that dude isn’t actually me! I’ve typically checked out well before walking onstage, usually while scribbling last minute notes that I never, ever read. The guy who arrives at the micro-



Calendar Of Events May 11:

Bicycle Helmet Awareness Free Bicycle Helmets to the

Friday Evening, June 1st, at 6:00 pm.

Please call: 330.201.2219 to sign up for the

first 45 kids

Please call: 330.201.2219 to sign up for the Volleyball Volleyball Tournament Tournament.

Holmes County Trail Depot

We will serve BBQ Chicken & Burgers with all the trimmings, We will serve lunch, at 4:00 pm. including homemade ice starting cream starting at 4 pm. Carry-outs will beCarry-out available. Available Also Homemade Ice Cream.

9-11 am (330) 674-5035 May 13-18: New Bedford Merchant Days

Entertainment will Entertainment will be be Schmidt, Girl’s Quartet, and JohnJohn Miller Family,Local Holmes County Bluegrass, High Country Bluegrass Local Girl’s Quartet, and High Country Bluegrass

Giveaway $1000 in Prizes Sat. May 18

Bringyour yourfamily family and and enjoy Bring enjoy the theevening! evening! Children’s entertainment Barrel Train, Children’s entertainment - Barrel Train,Bungee JumperJumper House

New Bedford Consignment Auction

proceedswill willgo goto to the the Holmes Holmes County AllAll proceeds CountyKidney KidneyFund. Fund. This is in conjunction with the Saturday, June This is in conjunction with the Saturday, 2nd JuneKidney 1st Fund Auction. Kidney Fund Auction.

9:30am • New Bedford Elevator & Supply Cruisin’ for a Cure Car Show Downtown Killbuck All proceeds donated to Relay for Life


May 18:

pedaling a bike into a gravel-strewn corner at speed. The risk carries a rush. And the gratification is instant if you make it

at Mt. Hope Sale Barn at Mt. Hope Barn Friday Evening, MaySale 31st, at 6:00 pm.


May 18:

don’t you teach the whole class” moments. I was thrilled, and took the reins with gusto, reading aloud from a textbook with great eloquence until the unthinkable happened — I mispronounced a word! The class fell to pieces and I was actually heckled off-stage. It was a self-esteem smackdown of the worst kind and I desperately deserved every jeer and barb. While the lesson went a long way toward curing me of my buttheadedness, it also planted a strange seed in my psyche. I grew to view public speaking as a calculated risk — sort of like snuffing out a match between your finger and thumb, or

Volleyball Tournament

Antiques in the Alley Downtown Millersburg 9-5 PM

May 11:

phone is the adrenaline junkie. I learned a long time ago the awesome risk involved in opening your yap in front of a bunch of people. It was third grade, and I was a hyperactive, pumpkinheaded, little smart aleck who spent his evenings memorizing words from National Geographic so I could challenge my teacher, Mrs. Gonter, in a year-long, daily test of her patience and my wit. I was, shall we say, a bit difficult in those days. Anyhow, one day, Mrs. Gonter — in what I would recognize years later as a brilliant tactical maneuver — yielded the floor to my obnoxious self in one of those, “Since you know so much why

through. Over the years I’ve sought to maximize this rush by working without a net when I’m at the podium. No script, no notes, sometimes not even a real plan as to what I’m about to say or how I’m going to say it. It thrills me, but occasionally terrifies the folks who have invited me to speak. (What, pray tell, might flow from this lunatic’s lips if he is left to dip his ladle into the vast cesspool of his own mind?) Some are willing to take that risk. The organizers of my first event of the week, a gathering of 150 or so at the college, were willing to set me loose as emcee. The event actually began with a drawing for door prizes. When “lucky No. 99” failed to come forward to claim his or her prize, I took every opportunity throughout the show to poke fun at our mystery guest with lines like: “Obviously this person has no need for luxurious gifts.” “Maybe he’s reading his ticket as ‘66.’” “Could ‘99’ be hiding in the restroom until the weirdo leaves the stage?” It was all in good fun, especially once I was forced to admit to

Holmes Co. Kidn Fund Marv Yoder P.O. Box 172 Berlin, OH 44610

Runs Ohio May 1, 8, 15, 22, 2013

2x5-1/2 Non-profit $69.30 per insert Total 5 weeks = $346.50

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Entertainment briefs may be purchased at the Berlin Hotel and Suites front desk or by calling 330-893-3000.

“Hannah and Gretel,”a children’s ballet performed by local Holmes County dance students, will be presented at Hiland Auditorium on May 10 and 11 at 6:30 p.m. Tickets

Ken Miller Museum is open Saturday The County Line Historical Society of Wayne/

NEW BOOKS! My Journey to Heaven Heavenly Company one Woman’s Quest California Home Mops Muffins & Motherhood Apple Pie & Apron strings Cookbook • Hieberts Gluton Free Cooking • • • • • • Submitted photo

PIANO MAN — Jason Fawks will be playing the piano on the German Village Stage on June 22, 9 a.m.-noon.


Holmes bookmobile

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Monday — Pleasant View School, 12:15-1 p.m.; Pleasant Hill School, 1:15-1:45 p.m.; Winesburg Public, 2:30-6:30 p.m. Tuesday — J. Barkman, Township Road 176, 1-1:30 p.m.; Crist Troyer Jr., Township Road 178, 1:45-2:30 p.m.; Hershberger Hardware, 2:45-4 p.m.; Roy Miller, Township Road 154, 4:15-4:45 p.m.; Charm Public, 5-7 p.m. Wednesday — Hillside School, 9:15-10 a.m.; Andy Miller, Township Road 472, 10:30-11:15 a.m.; Joe

the crowd that when I checked my own pocket during a break the identity of “lucky numbskull 99” was revealed! ME! Word of my brainlessness apparently preceded me to my next gig later in the week because when I walked in the door I was promptly handed a script! Some folks seem to get along just fine without that occasional jolt of adrenaline.

Saturday, May 18

Yoder, County Road 373, 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.; Roy Keim’s, County Road 75, 1:30-2:45 p.m.; Scenic View, 1:15-1:45 p.m.; Sycamore Run Nursing, 2-2:40 p.m.; Nature’s Food Market, 3-6 p.m.; Thursday — Chestnut Ridge, 9 a.m.-2:30 p.m.; Buena Vista School, 2:45-3:30 p.m.; Killbuck Public, 3-6 p.m. Friday — Mount Hope Elementary, 9 a.m.1:30 p.m.; South Dublin School, 1:45-2:45 p.m.; West Mount Hope School, 3-3:45 p.m.

Mountain Faith Blue Grass set Free Quartet New Freedom Quartet sharon singers Dallas Christian sound

See Pg. 25 — BRIEFS

C our Faome Visit mily F Books riendly tore!

1 Mile West of Mt. Hope Hours: Mon-Fri 8-5; sat 9-3 Books! Music! Gifts! Bring your friends! Bring your punch Card!

NEW CD’s! • • • • •

Holmes will have the Ken Miller Supply Oil, Gas, Car, Truck and Agriculture Museum open from noon3 p.m. on Saturday, May 11. The museum, located at 7920 Shreve Road, Shreve, houses a large collection of early gas pumps, drilling machinery, tractors,


Children’s ballet to be performed Friday, Saturday

FAITH VIEW Need it shipped? Give us a Call!




Community Softball Games – Round Robin Tournament beginning at 9:00


Championship Game at 3:00 See the old-timers and newcomers from the greater Mt. Eaton area!

at The Pier


Pulled Pork Meal – 4:00 - 7:00 -by donation- (Carry-out available.)

Auction – 5:30

Steve Chupp, auctioneer Items on the Auction include: Tickets to Browns football game Lodging in Sarasota, FL Airplane ride Furniture items Gift Certificates Firewood Cornhole Lawn furniture 2 weeks stay in a 3-bedroom house in Sarasota, FL (1/2mi from Pinecraft) • OSU Buckeyes football tickets • Biothane buggy harness

• Canton Charge court-side tickets (4) • Indians tickets • Local lodging, including Berlin Grande • Septic tank cleaning • 2-day, all expense paid charter fishing trip to Lake Erie (1 person) • Golf packages • String trimmer • 10x12 hoop building manufactured by CVS Supply • and Much More!

All proceeds will benefit Lighthouse of Hope for the ongoing growth and operation of The Pier. 10470 Winesburg Rd. Dundee, OH 44624 330-359-2071 (aprox. 1½ miles south of Mt. Eaton)

Homemade Ice Cream

Homemade Ice Cream and Cookies – 4:30 Children’s Games – 4:00

Hot Dogs will also be available Med Flight Helicopter will land at 6:30 PM All proceeds to benefit East Holmes Fire & EMS

Bungee Ride and Jump House Cotton Candy 10141420


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Barbwire Teachers’ Appreciation Week is May 6-10 By BARB LUMLEY Columnist Teachers’ Appreciation Week is a time set aside for the nation to honor teachers — men and women who make a difference in the lives of children. Teachers play a role in every individual’s development and evolution. From the moment we are born we begin to learn, and as we grow, the people along the way educate us in every way. Not all “teachers” are school teachers. Our parents, relatives, friends and even total strangers contribute to our learning as we grow. Even the earth, the plants and the animals teach us. All we have to do is to keep an open ear and an open mind. There is a myriad


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of information available to us in so many ways. It is always our privilege to learn as much or as little as we desire. Once we become old enough to enter the classroom, we become influenced by the people we are with every day. These teachers are so important in our lives. They can be responsible for the direction we take in life or the direction we decide not to take. How well I remember some of the teachers in my life. Mrs. Nichols, my third grade teacher, was a stern, no nonsense, well-organized teacher dedicated to her work. We read every day in her class and we had to

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made it more interesting. In high school there was Mr. Burt, World History teacher and basketball coach. It was a great day in class when his basketball team won, but we could expect grumpiness and a pop quiz if they lost! Mrs. Toot was the English and Literature teacher, always smiling and happy, and you never minded going to her class. Miss Wagner was a dedicated high school Speech and English teacher. She could take the shiest boy with a severe speech impediment and give him the self confidence to speak in front of the class and even the morning assembly. Heaven help anyone who said any-

thing to tease him or hurt his feelings! One of the nastiest teachers I ever met was the high school principal, whose name I won’t mention. He wasn’t married, had no children, and enjoyed his power over students. He seemed to especially enjoy picking on the farm boys who came from the out-lying grade schools around the county. He was a big man and thought nothing of grabbing them by their shirt collars and jerking them off their feet. I never heard anyone say they liked him, not even the adults who worked with him. In this day and age, he wouldn’t be allowed to teach. Along the way there were many

others, some are just remembered more than others. Take time to think about how teachers affected your life or how they are currently affecting the life of your children and family members. We are taught every day of our lives by the people and things around us, but we need our teachers to guide us. And there is no doubt that every teacher you are in contact with along the way influences your life and helps to make it what it is today. If you can write your name, thank a teacher. If you can read, thank a teacher. If you have followed your dreams, thank a teacher.

big rd. bales 75-110 ton, wheat straw per ton 170-190, ear corn 220 ton; eggs 1.45-1.80 doz.

118 CALVES — 95-120 lbs. 160-205, good 100-160, common 40-100, back to farm Holstein heifers 95-120 lbs. 100180, crossbred bulls 50-190, crossbred heifers 100-300. 78 GOATS — Kid 140-down, billies 140-270, nannies 50-150, wethers 150-220. 522 HEAD SHEEP — Bucks & ewes 37.50-65, lambs 40-60 lbs. 130-190, 60-80 lbs. 125-182.50, 80-100 lbs. 115-180, 100-130 lbs. 120-160. TOTAL HEAD — 981. 69 LOADS — Alfalfa 2nd cutting 300-420, 3rd and 4th cutting 350-430, mixed 1st cutting 175-470, mixed 2nd cutting 320-450, lg. bales hay 15-150, lg bales hay 150-280 ton, wheat straw 185-270, lg. straw bales 185-200 ton, ear corn 250. Tack, May 10 Horse, May 11 Mid Ohio Swap Meet May 17-18

Markets WOOSTER HAY AUCTION TOWN & COUNTRY April 27 35 LOADS — 1st cutting 200-360; rd. bale 80-95; lg. sq. 330-350 ton; 2nd cutting 270380; 3rd cutting 6.50 bale; 4th cutting 280-375; straw 170-200 ton; eggs .95-1.15 dozen.

Machinery Auction May 25

SUGARCREEK LIVESTOCK AUCTION INC. April 29 83 CALVES — Choice calves 175-205, good calves 130-170, light & thins 40-down; back to farm bulls 130-205;



practice our writing in our workbooks over and over again. I remember practicing the capital letter “O”, writing one after another across the workbook page until it looked like a “Slinky.” And I thank her for that, as I receive compliments on my ability to write longhand to this day, and I love to read. Mr. Moore was an excellent seventh grade mathematics teacher, and he made the class interesting for me, even though math wasn’t a favorite subject. He was a farmer as well as a teacher and he used his work on the farm as examples in math. For his class that was made up almost entirely of country kids, it

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FEEDERS: Steers & bulls 90-125, heifers 90-125. 194 CATTLE — Choice steers 120-129, good steers 115-119.50, choice heifers 118-125, good heifers 118-125, good heifers 110-117.50, good Holstein cows 70-84, yellows and thins 69-down, bulls 80-90, top dairy 1,275, top heifer 1,275. 196 HORSES & PONIES — Top horse 1,600, top pony 150. 1 GOATS — 140. FARMERSTOWN LIVESTOCK 2907 Township Road 190 Baltic; 330-897-6081 330-897-2275; 330-231-6809 April 30 48 CALVES — Good to choice calves 175-190, medium to good calves 160-175, fair to medium calves 140-160, com-

mons and lights 140-down, cross bred calves 235-down, back to farm, bull calves 190230, back to farm, heifer calves 125. 11 SHEEP & LAMBS — Feeder lambs 137-167. 9 GOATS — 10-100. 46 BUTCHER HOGS — 210-240 lbs. 55, 240-260 lbs. 60-63.50, 260 lbs.-up 50, butcher sows 46-down, boars 12; 18 PIGS: roasters 40-44. 39 CATTLE — Holstein steers 96.50, Holstein heifers 76.50-84, bulls 86.50-91, good beef cows 73-78.25, medium to good beef cows 69-73, fair to medium cows 61-69, common cows 60-down; Holstein steer and bulls 83-87. 171 TOTAL HEAD. 26 LOADS HAY, STRAW, GRAIN — 1st cutting hay 250-400, 2nd and 3rd cutting 320-525, lg. sq. hay per 320 ton,

Mt. Hope Elevator

MOUNT HOPE AUCTION May 1 20 HOGS —220-250 lbs. 57.50-63, 250-280 lbs. 58-60.50; feeder pigs 50-65 lbs. 46-58. 42 CATTLE — Choice steers 118-129, good steers 108-118, choice Holstein steers 100-108, good Holstein steers 88-100. 6 BULLS — Jersey 83.50, 1,000-1,500 lbs. 88.50, 1,5002,000 lbs. 84-99. 92 CULL COWS — Good 75-81.50, medium-good 70-75, fair-medium 63-70, light-thin 63-down; 79 FEEDERS: steers & heifers 70-132.50. 14 DAIRY — Cows 1,150down. April 10 Dairy Sale — 432 HEAD: cows 1,700-down, bred heifers 1,625-down, open heifers 925-down, bulls 1,110down.

See Pg. 12 — MARKETS

a division of JB’s Feed & Supply, LTD

Inventory Reduction Sale • 25% off on Buckeye Pet Foods (Dogs & Cats)

The Next Generation of Vertical Mixers • Long life, low maintenance trouble-free operation • Handles all feed stuff • Fast, consistent mixing

May 13th thru 18th • 10% off Animals Wellness Products

• 10% off on Organic Pond Dye

5425 CR 77 • Millersburg, OH 44654 • 330.893.3785

330-674-5167 Hours: 7:30 to 4:30 Monday thru Friday Saturday 7:30 to 12:00


Cash & Carry Delivery Available

Shovels, Rakes, or Garden Hoes Your Choice for $9.95 10144380


• Refreshments on Wednesday •

2120 CR 168 • Dundee, Ohio 44624 330-893-2348 • 800-905-0940 Email Address: Visit us on the web

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New Bedford Merchant Days May 13th - 18th Ad Deadlines

Our Greenhouse is in

Full Bloom!

Display ads, Monday at noon; Classified ads, Tuesday at 3 p.m.

20th Anniversary Special 20% off all potted fruit trees



NEW BEDFORD VARIETY 52573 S.R. 651, Baltic, Ohio 43804


MERCHANT DAY SALE Mon. May 13th - Sat. May 18th

10% OFF 4 Prizes

1st Prize $100 Gift Certificate 2nd Prize $75 Gift Certificate


3rd Prize $50 Gift Certificate 4th Prize $25 Gift Certificate Come in and register for the GRAND PRIZE



$ 00


6 or more $ 50 3 ea


Rope Halters $10.00

330-897-1421 33897 SR 643, Baltic OH 43804 Special Hours: Mon-Fri. 7 am-8 pm • Sat. 7 am-4 pm


Card Stock by the Pound


Discount on Country Ice Cream Freezers *Discount Storewide

• Vegetable Seeds • Hanging Baskets • Veg. & Bedding Plants • Seed Potatoes • Strawberry Plants • Blueberry Plants • Sprays

*(excludes ice cream freezers and mixes)*

1 Ticket for each $10 purchase must be 16 yr. or older. Tickets will be entered into Merchants Day Grand Prize Drawing. 1st Prize 3rd Prize 6 Qt. Ice Cream Freezer Lawn Cart 2nd Prize 4th Prize - $50.00 Large 12 Volt Fan 5th Prize - $25.00

• Dusts • Mulch • Potting Soil • Monty’s Fertilizer • NutriSoft • NutriLime • Nursery Items and much more!

“For All Your Gardening Needs”

Hillside Greenhouse

33150 Township 235, Fresno, OH 43824 • 330-897-1457 Hours: Monday-Friday 8-8; Saturday 8-5; Closed Sunday


Mowers - Chain Saws - Logging Supplies 33833 SR 643 Fresno, Ohio 43824 • In New Bedford


New Bedford Merchant Days May 13th thru May 18th, 2013

Register for these PRIZES 1st .................. BG55 Blower 2nd ........$50 Gift Certificate 3rd .........$25 Gift Certificate 4th .........$10 Gift Certificate

Our tickets Also Enter You In The $1,000 Cash Giveaway! Add one ticket for each $10.00 purchase

Purchase MM55 Yard Boss and get wheel kit for $29.95

10% Off All Toro Mowers

Free Trimmer line with FS40-Ce Trimmer Purchase

10% OFF


Cash & Carry Only 10144918


We have Cuddlebugs and dies for Cuddlebugs.

Mon.-Tue.-Wed.-Thurs.- Fri. 8-8 • Sat. 8-3


1st Prize: $75 Gift Certificate

Buy 3 Get 1 Free

1st prize $100 Gift Certificate 3rd prize $50 Gift Certificate 2nd prize $75 Gift Certificate 4th prize $25 Gift Certificate

May 13th thru 18th, 2013


Free 2nd Prize: $50 Gift Certificate Refreshments 3rd Prize: $25 Gift Certificate 17th & 18th 4th Prize: $25 Gift Certificate

Special on Blk. & Wht. Serger Thread.

Register for Free Prizes

44th Anniversary Sale and Appreciation Days

New Bedford Merchant Days • May 13 -18 10% OFF All Bedding Plants & Hanging Baskets Receive 1 Ticket with every $10 Purchase th



Come Help Us Celebrate Our


Consignment Auction Saturday, 9:30am


Lots of Prizes! Drawing held at New Bedford Elevator & Supply Saturday, 3:30pm for $ 1,000 Giveaway

Hershberger Country Store 50940 T.R. 220 • Baltic

(Located SW of New Bedford off SR 643, left on to 220) Hours: Mon., Tue., Thur. & Sat. 7:30 - 5:00; Wed. & Fri. 7:30 - 8:00

SALE HOURS: Mon.-Fri. 7:30 - 8:00

Bake Sale

New Bedford Merchant Days Monday May 13 - Saturday May 18 Quilt & Pony Raffle Funds will be given to 2 families medical expenses

Drawing Saturday 4:00pm or after auction BAKE SALES Fri. - Wayne Hershberger Sat. - Roy A Yoder

FRIDAY NIGHT EVENTS BBQ Chicken Kettle Popcorn Homemade Ice Cream Sausage Sandwiches Soft Pretzels • Pizza Bake Sale • Yard Sale Volleyball Games 6:00p.m.

SATURDAY EVENTS BBQ Chicken Homemade Ice Cream Sausage Sandwiches Soft Pretzels • Pizza Bake Sale • Yard Sale Immunazation Clinic (OSU)

Enter the $1,000 Cash Giveaway Register for Prize Giveaways at: Hershberger Country Store Oak Bush Bulk Foods New Bedford Country Store Hillside Bulk Foods New Bedford Elevator Hillside Greenhouse New Bedford Engine Millcreek Equipment New Bedford Harness Schlabach Wood Design New Bedford Sportsman Troyer Engine Supply TMK of New Bedford New Bedford Variety Store Green Ridge Greenhouse Knob View Bicycle Businesses open till 8p.m. each day of Merchant Week

Must be 18 years or older to enter for the Grand Prize.

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New Bedford Merchant Days May 13th - 18th Consignment Auction Saturday, 9:30am


New Bedford Consignment Auction Saturday, May 18, 2013 • 9:30 A.M. CONSIGNMENTS WANTED!

(Continued From Page 10)

Auction held below New Bedford Elevator.

Call John Miller 330-897-0112

Merchant Hours: Mon.-Fri. 7 a.m.-8 p.m.; Sat. 7 a.m-4 p.m.


Excludes: Nature Sunshine, Maple Syrup, 50# Bags & CS of Cereal

Full Line of Bulk Foods

Plus Dairy Products, Canning Supplies, Wedding Supplies & More RAFFLE TICKETS

Balloons for the Children


1st Prize - $75.00 Gift Certificate 2nd Prize - 100# White Sugar 3rd Prize - $40.00 Gift Certificate 4th Prize - 50# White Sugar 5th Prize - Cookbook (your choice)

Register For Prizes and Grand Prize

Oak Bush Bulk Foods Owners John & Verba Hershberger

51286 TR 220 • Baltic, Ohio 43804 (Same road as Hershberger Country Store)

VM: 740-623-0459

KIDRON AUCTION May 2 83 HOGS — 210-230 lbs. 55-58, 230-260 lbs. 55-60, butcher sows 15-51. 690 FEEDER PIGS — Up to 40 lbs. 26-64, 41-50 lbs. 57-90, 51-60 lbs. 58-100, 61 lbs.up 60-96, bred sows and gilts 130-160, service boars 50-120, roasters 69-122.50. 75 CALVES — Back to farm, bulls 120-225, back to farm, heifers 80-120, light & thin 85-down. 159 CATTLE — Steers 79-105.50, heifers 69-101, bulls 82-97, good beef cows 73.5079, medium to good 68-72, thin to poor 66.50-down, feeder steers 78-150, heifers 65-132.50. 7 SHEEP — Feeder lambs up to 85 lbs. 135, cull ewes and bucks 40. 21 GOATS — 15-110.

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Maytag wringer washer, 36” Magic Chef, Nat. gas range, Nat. gas hotplate, Pedestal fans, 2 gas lights, 1 set barbells. TOOLS: Dewalt elec. angle drill, Dewalt cordless circular saw, Senco battery drywall screw gun, Milwaukee elec. tin shears, Stihl chain saw, Honda 2000 water generator like new, Stihl chain saws. SAND BLASTING UNIT: Devil biss compressor model #445 45CFM, Wisconsin engine model VE4 21.5 HP complete repair manual & parts list for engine & comp. mounted on small trailer, Clamco pressure blast machine model #1028 100lb capacity automatic hose, Large air tank. LAWN & GARDEN: Expecting entire selection of lawn mowers & garden tillers including: New Toro lawn mowers, Pony tiller w/ Honda motor, Toro Mower like new, Harness, Tack, Cart, Top buggy in good condition with roll up curtains, New buggy harness from NB Harness, Easy entry pony cart, used buggy harness, holders, lead ropes, Xmark Metro Commercial 36” walk behind mower, 15hp Kawasaki, New Craftsman Dual-stage snow blower tractor attachment 42”, Good condition Toro 44” belt drive floating deck bager, Scag 52” Hydrostatic new motor electric start. SPORTING GOODS: Selling a trailer load of archery & sporting goods from NB Sportsman Supply. ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES: Wine barrel, Advertisement calendars including: 1956 Ott Brothers, 1969 JD Miller Engine Repair, New Bedford Elevator Match Box Holder, Yoder General Store yard stick, New Bedford & Farmerstown Elevator OS Troyer yard stick, Watch Fobs: including: Crawford Mfg., Hershberger Cabinet, Charm feed mill chick feeder, Charm flour mill feed bags, Charm history book, Alice & Jerry books. HORSES & PONIES: will be selling a few good broke family horses & ponies. BIKES: New Mens and women’s giant bikes from Raber’s Bike Shop. NURSERY: Assorted shade trees and shrubs

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Lots of Prizes! Drawing held at New Bedford Elevator & Supply Saturday, 3:30pm for $ 1,000 Giveaway

276 DAIRY CATTLE — Cows 1,385-down, bred heifers 1,500-down, service bulls 2501,100, open heifers 425-985. TOTAL HEAD 1,311;

Consignors 250. 45 HAY & STRAW — Hay 1st cutting 210-410, 2nd cutting 300-380, 3rd cutting 360, large bales 80-135 each and 400 ton, straw 200 ton. Next Sale, May 10

News Deadlines Due by noon the Monday before publication date.


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New Bedford Merchant Days Monday, May 13th thru Saturday, May 18th Jacob and Roy Miller, Owners 32801 County Rd. 12, Millersburg, OH 44654 Extended Hours This Week Only: Mon-Fri 7-8; Sat 7-1pm Voicemail: 740-622-1109 Gilmour Insulated Hose Nozzles Hot Water $2.69 Aqua Plumb $2.99 While Supplies Last

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Public record Sheriff April 29 — Holmes County Sheriff’s Office

took a report of robbery on state Route 83 in Prairie Township. April 30 — Theft was

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Theft was reported from a business on County Road 23 in Knox Township. An assault was reported on state Route 60 in Monroe Township. May 6 — Fraud was reported on Township Road 1058 in Washington Township.

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Spring festival benefits Holmes Training Center are any items there you’d like to come back and bid for on Saturday.” Food for sale Friday includes soup and sandwiches and a bake sale will run from 3-10 p.m. On Saturday, breakfast will run from 7-10 a.m., with the bake sale beginning at 7 a.m. until items sell out. A chicken barbecue will run from 11:30 a.m. onward, while supplies last. Next up are the auctions. The craft and furniture auction begins at 9 a.m., with the silent auction running from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. The special auction begins at 1 p.m. and a quilt auction — featuring more than 100 Amish-made comforters, quilts and wall hangers — begins at 2 p.m. In addition, the HCTC classrooms and programs each do special baskets, said Brace. For example, the administrative office created two baskets on outdoor games. Most of the baskets are sold at the silent auction. Children’s games will be held from 10 a.m.-noon and 2--4 p.m. Sponsored by the Hol-

mes County Association for Handicapped Citizens, raffle tickets are available with a $500 grand prize. In addition to the cash prize, the raffle includes about 200 other prizes, all available for viewing in the HCTC gym. By supporting the festival, community members are supporting the services provided by the Holmes County Association for Handicapped Citizens, which has a purpose of educating the public on all aspects of disabilities while exhausting every means to forward the welfare of handicapped citizens. Because of the support from the Holmes County community for the Spring Festival, the association has been able to fund a variety of unique services to help people with disabilities and their families: Early intervention services, preschool services, the school program, the habilitation center and Lynn Hope Industries for adults, family support services, transportation from anywhere in the county, residential supports and group living homes. But where, exactly, do the proceeds go? In August, the board’s

trustees establish a budget for the upcoming year. Budgeted areas range from large projects to everyday expenses. Past projects made possible through the festival include a horse shelter, the HCTC sign, the Lynn Hope building, a nature trail, pavilion and five expansions. “This raises funds for a lot of different services for the families and individuals we serve,”said Brace. “This includes everything from relief and respite care to helping families with transportation back and forth to the doctor. This raises funds to buy special equipment and for different projects around the training center.” For example, he said, it funded construction of a sheltered workshop 15 years ago, as well as a DDC Clinic to diagnose genetic and developmental issues. This summer, the proceeds also will go toward starting the New Leaf Clinic in Mount Eaton, which is opening this summer. “Some of the money goes to help buy new books and adaptive toys for the special needs library, some is used to

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ples include an electric wheelchair, oximonitor, lifting equipment, standing devices, SMART boards for classrooms and an iPad. Business expenses, HCTC staff support, support for the Holmes CBDD Levy Committee and Festival expenses all come out of the budget. It takes a host of volunteers to put the festival together. “There are people in charge of table carrying, meals, volleyball, the auction. There are people out picking up donations and others in charge of quilts. It takes about 400 volunteers to make it all possible,” explained Brace. “Everything is donated; all the people who help are volunteers.” The Spring Festival and Auction will be held at the Holmes County Training Center, located at 8001 Township Road 574. For more information call 330-674-8045 or go to Reporter Kelley Mohr can be reached at 330674-5676 or

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A Southern Gospel Concert will be held o n S a t u r d a y, M a y 18 at 4 p.m. at Faith Baptist Church in Wilmot. Featured artists will be the Testimony Quar-

help families who need an anesthesiologist for dental services,” said Brace. The list goes on and on. Services also are budgeted for, such as $20,000 for respite care for families caring for an adult or child with a developmental disability. About $25,000 goes to transportation assistance to help families access medical care, therapies and HCTC activities. Other programs include the Special Olympics, covering equipment, supplies, traveling expenses, meals and uniforms, as well as parent trainings, teacher/ adult program grants and parent programs such as the Mothers Club, the Down Syndrome Reunion, Spina Bifida Reunion and others. The Association also offers crisis support and considers special situations support to individuals and families involved in Training Center services, as well as funding a parent resources library. In addition, the proceeds fund specialized equipment purchases for school, adult program or individuals. Some exam-

• Greenhouse Thermometer w/ Sensor & Alarm • Miller’s Felt Hats • Nightgowns • Camping Supplies • Blazers & Jackets • Sweater Sets • Lots of Ice Chests • Insulated Shirts • Doll Clothes • Insulated Bags • Pajama Sets • Car Seat Covers Peter Dunn Gifts & Home Decor Will take orders for items not in stock.

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By KELLEY MOHR Staff Writer The Holmes County Training Center Annual Spring Festival is Friday and Saturday. The festival benefits the students and adults of the Holmes County Training Center and Lynn Hope Industries. In 1977, the first Spring Festival was started. Through raffles, donations, bake sales and games, parents raised $4,000. Now in its 37th year, the festival lineup features even more attractions. Starting Friday and continuing all day Saturday, the festival will include entertainment, live music, food, raffles and auctions. Entertainment will be provided Friday, with live music by three bands at 7 p.m., 8 p.m. and 9 p.m. Open volleyball will be held from 6 p.m. to midnight. “We usually have 35-40 teams playing under the lights outside,” said Training Center Superintendent Scott Brace. “And anybody who stops by can look at and check out auction items and quilts at your leisure. It’s a good way to find out if there

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Calendar luncheon and can be purchased by calling the society office at 330-674-0022 or emailing a request for seating. The cost is $25 for the luncheon and includes tours of the Victorian House and new Millersburg Glass Museum. is Saturday Tea only tickets are $20. Ken Miller The Winesburg Fire There is a tea-tasting proMuseum is Department will be hav- gram presented by World ing a chicken barbecue Cup Teas included in the open Saturday on Saturday, May 11 at price. So bring mom for The County Line His- 3:30 p.m. at the fire house. a special Mothers Day torical Society of Wayne/ The meal includes chick- treat. The event will be Holmes will have the Ken en, noodles, dinner roll, held at the Castle Club Miller Supply Oil, Gas, applesauce and pie. Cost Events Center located Car, Truck and Agricul- of a half dinner is $8.50 next to the Victorian ture Museum open from and a quarter dinner House Museum. noon-3 p.m. on Saturday, $6.50. Meat only is a half, May 11. $6.50 and quarter, $4.50. Caring Friends The museum, located Carry-out is available. at 7920 Shreve Road, to meet Shreve, houses a large Memories with Mom The Caring Friends collection of early gas Tea is May 11 grief share group for parpumps, drilling machinThe Holmes County ents and grandparents, ery, tractors, trucks and cars, as well as a Historical Society is hav- who have lost children, display of paintings of ing a Memories with and adult siblings, will trains and steel mills Mom Tea Luncheon on meet on Tuesday, May by Roger L. Debnar of Saturday, May 11 at noon. 14, 6-7:30 p.m. at Ripley Seats are available for the Church of Christ, 12298 Rayland. County Road 330, Big Prairie. For more information, call the church Check outout our Check office at 330-567-2320. ourfurniture used used appliances & appliances Admission is $5 for adults, with children 12 Hiland Auditorium on and younger admitted May 10 and 11 at 6:30 p.m. free. Tickets may be purchased at the Berlin Hotel and Suites front desk or by Winesburg calling 330-893-3000. chicken barbecue (Continued From Page 1)

Did you know?

for May 16 The Ashland CountyWest Holmes Career Center Adult Education will hold an open house May 16, 10 a.m.-noon and 5:30-7 p.m. This event is open to the public. A career counselor and financial aid coordinator will be available. For more information call 419-289-3313 or 1- 800686-3313 or visit www.

Veterans office taking applications The Holmes County Veterans Services Center will accept applications for assistance for May through May 17 at noon. The Veterans Service Commission board meeting will be May 20 at 6:30 p.m. The Holmes County Veterans Service Center will be closed May 27 in observance of Memorial Day. Office hours are Monday 8:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m., Tuesday-Friday, 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.For more information call 330-674-4806.

their many possibilities. The day will include a tour of the barn, meeting the herd, hands-on activities, demonstrations and displays. The specific demonstration schedules are being finalized, and will be posted on the website, w w w. v a l l e y o a k s f a r m . 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.

Grant’s warriors to hold potato/ ice cream bar Grant’s Warriors Relay for Life Team will be hosting a potato/ice cream sundae bar at Millersburg Christian Church Life Center on Saturday, May 18, from 4-7 p.m.

Everyone is welcome. Regular monthly fish frys will resume in September. The Post thanks everyone for their support during the past year.

Beach City Alumni Reunion to be in Walnut Creek The Beach City High School annual Alumni Reunion, hosted by the class of 1958, will be held Saturday, May 25, at the Carlisle Inn in Walnut Creek. Registration starts at 11 a.m. and dinner will be served at noon. Cost for the family style meal is $18. Anyone who attended BCHS between 1936-1963 should have received an invitation. If you have not, please contact Nancy Gaut, 33-756-2082; Barb Garver, 330-756-2721; or Patsy McGrath, 330-7562189, before May 5, to make your reservation.

Red Cross Life Career Center There are 250,000 sweat glands in a pair of feet. Guarding Course open house set Sweat glands in the feet excrete as much as half Post 494 to hold a pint of moisture a day. This moisture makes your offered Holmes Co. Kidney Horse feet warmer. Warm feet are tired feet.yLet Carolina family fish fry holmes county Troutman A Red Cross Life DRYZ insoles help your feet stay dry and cool. FundN Kennel presentations American Legion Post Guarding Course is being Kutz set for May 494 of Sugarcreek, will offered at Whispering Your Pets’ Home Yoder Away from Home! Marv Holmes Co. Kidney CHESTNUT RIDGE SHOES th hold its final family fish fry Hills Campground May holmes county y 330-893-4020 • Hours: 8 5 Mon. Fri. • Sat. 8-3 Closed Sun. All About Horses will Call to board your pets 37 2 Annual Auction Fund P.O. Box of the spring on Saturday, 28-June 4. Call 330-674miles west of Walnut Creek on St. Rt. 39 Private Suites172 be held May 18, 9:30 a.m.KIDNEY FUND, INC. Indoor/Outdoor Millersburg, OH 44654 (across from Chestnut Ridge School) May 18. The fish fry will run 2157 to sign up and for Marv Yoder Kennels 3:30 p.m., at Valley Oaks Berlin, OH 44610 th Saturday, June 1, 2013 Grooming Available Farm, 8171 Wilderness from 4-7 p.m. at the Post more information. Par-



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• 30x40 Building Quilt Sale 1pm 2013 (complete on•begins your site) 30x40 Building Sale atlevel 9:00 AM Sales begins at 9:00AM Mt. Hope Sale Barn Mt. Hope, OH SR 241 • 2 Complete bedroom suites (complete on your site) Mt. Hope Sale Barn - Mt level Hope, OH - SR 241 N E E D E D Runs Ohio • 2 Complete bedroom suites • 2 Standardbred buggy • Mini Surry Pancake Sausage Pancake &&Sausage Breakfast 6am - 10am • harness Mini Surry May 1, 8, 15, 22, 29, • Nylon buggy Breakfast 6-10am horses Local Handcraft ed Furniture 10:30am • Nylon buggy harness • 2 Standardbred buggy Local Handcrafted Quilt Sale 1pm horses Furniture • Ponies with harnesses and 20132x8-1/2 • 2 Standardbred buggy horses • 30x40 Building • Ponies with andharnesses carts Quilt Sale with 1pm •harnesses Ponies and cartscarts Non-profit (complete on your level site) • 30x40 Building (complete Two quarters • Two quarters hormone free,hormone processed beef•processed • Two quarters free, beef hormone free, • 2 Complete bedroom suites   on your level site)Meats) processed beef (Doughty (Doughty Valley (Doughty Valley Meats) $107.10 per insertion • Mini Surry Much, more... suites •2• Complete bedroom Valley Meats) • Nylon buggymuch harness • Much, much more... 2x8-1/2 Using MicroLife daily  Total 5 weeks = ch Surry Stan dbuggy • B B Q C hi cke n• Much, • Hommuch e m ad emore... Ice Cre am • B ake  S al eImprove Immunity • 2•Lun Standardbred Mini  Lunch Stand • BBQ Chicken horses • Homemade Ice Cream • Bake S ale with harnesses and carts • Ponies • For Nylon buggy harness •  more info: Non-profit may help: $535.50 • Two quarters hormone free, processed beef  For more info: CallStand : 330-465-8318 or 330-674-6268  Build and maintain a (Doughty Valley Meats) Lunch • BBQ Chicken • Homemade Ice•Cream • Bake Sale $107.10 per •insertion  Call: 330-465-8318 or 330-674-6268 Write: Holmes County Kidney Fund, Inc. • Much, much more... strong Immune System •  For more info:  P.O. Box 44610 Total 5 weeks = Lun ch Stan d •172, B B QBerlin, C hiFund, ckeOH n •Inc. Hom e m ad e Ice Cre am • B ake S al e Write: Holmes County Kidney • Prevent and Reduce We Accept Call: 330-465-8318 or 330-674-6268 •   more info: P.O. BoxFor 172,Online: Berlin, OH 44610Kidney Fund, Inc. Digestion Problems Write: Holmes County $535.50  We Accept •  Call : 330-465-8318 orOH 330-674-6268 • Prevent the common cold P.O.Box 172, Berlin, •  Online: Donated quilts may be 44610 dropped off at Miller’s Dry Goods in Charm, Mt. Hope Write: Holmes County Kidney Fund, Inc. and flu Online: Fabrics in Mt. Hope, or at Summit Valley Fabrics•9257 Moreland Rd. Apple Creek. •   P.O. Box 172,Deadline Berlin, OH 44610 for drop off is May Other Donated items may • Prevent Heartburn We Accept •  Donated quilts may be dropped off at Miller’s Dry Goods Charm, Mt. Hope •  Donated quilts be dropped off date at Miller’s DryEagle Goods Charm, Online: be dropped offmay anytime prior to sale at Flying Hatsin5000 Fountain Nook Fabrics in Mt. Hope, or at Fabrics Summit Valley Fabricsor 9257 Moreland Apple Creek. •Rd.  Mt. Hope Mt. Creek, Hope, or atthe Summit Valley Fabrics 9257 • • Prevent Acidic Acne Apple at Mt. Hope Auction Barn, treatment Deadline dropmay off be is May 29th. Other Donated items may Donatedfor quilts dropped off at 9:00 Miller’s Goods in Mt. Hope Moreland Rd. Apple Creek. Deadline forDry drop off isCharm, May Other starting at a.m. Friday, 31st.29th.  Find it in your local • Post Anti-biotic • May   •  in Mt. Hope, at 9257 Moreland Apple Creek. • Calm fussy babies be droppedFabrics off anytime prior toorsale date at Valley Flying Eagle Hats 5000 Fountain Nook  Donated items may beSummit dropped off Fabrics anytime prior to saleRd. date at Flying •  May 31st, 6:00 Deadline Friday for drop offEvening is May 29th.•Other Donated items mayPM healthfood  and •  Eagle 5000 Fountain Nook Rd.Auction Apple Creek, or at the Mt. Hope Rd.Hats Apple Creek, or at thesale Hope Barn, • Skin Rashes and more!!! be dropped off anytime prior toVolleyball at Flying Eagle Hats 5000 Fountain Nook tournament.  AuctionatBarn, starting at 9:00am Friday, May  31st. starting 9:00 a.m. Friday, May 31st.


2x8-1/2 Non-profit $107.10 per insertion Total 5 weeks = $535.50

or attournament the Mt. Hopecall Auction Barn, Rd. ToApple enter Creek, Volleyball Elaine @ 330.201.2219 starting at 9:00 featuring a.m. Friday, May 31st.chicken with  There will be a complete menu barbecued all the trimmings including homemade ice cream. Carry-out is also available starting at 4:00 PM. At  Friday Evening • May 31st, 6:00 PM 6:30 PM live entertainment will be provided by the John   Miller Family, Holmes County Bluegrass,Volleyball High Countrytournament. Bluegrass, and a local quartet. Entertainment for To enter Volleyball tournament call Elaine 330.201.2219  To enter Volleyball tournament call@ Elaine @ 330.201.2219 the kids will include Barrel Train rides and a Jumping House. There will be a menu complete menu featuring barbecued chicken all the trimmings There will be a complete featuring barbecued chicken withthe allwith the trimmings  Bring the Family and enjoy evening.

Friday Evening • May 31st, 6:00 PM • Volleyball Friday Evening • May 31st, 6:00 PM tournament. To enter Volleyball tournament. tournament call Elaine @ 330.201.2219 Volleyball

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 For list ofStores or  For more information:   

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Ph: 1.800.990.9926 Local Sales Reps: Jeff Ramseyer 330-749-7793  Michell Wilhelmy 330-763-4169 

Home on North Broad- ticipants must be at least way Street in Sugarcreek. 15 years old.

Health brief Talk to focus on Holmes cardiology services


Over 33 yrs. Experience

Driveways, Parking Lots Repairs, Aprons, Seal Coating


Joel Chupp, BSN, RN, RVT will present “Bringing Cardiology Services to Holmes County” on Monday, May 13, from 6-7 p.m. at Keim Lumber in Charm. Chupp will discuss new and expanded cardiology services available to the community at Pomerene Hospital (inpatient) and See Pg. 17 — HEALTH

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the Millersburg Medical Building (outpatient). He also will discuss the type of heart testing available at Pomerene and show some ultrasound pictures of heart structures. L a s t , he will cover the process of how to begin u s i n g Holmes Chupp County cardiology services. Chupp is a graduate of Akron City Hospital School of Nursing and the University of Akron and is a registered vascular technologist. He has more than 20 years of clinical and management experience in vascular and cardiac diagnostic testing and is a member of the Society of Vascular Ultrasound and the American College of Cardiology. The event is free and open to the public. Refreshments will be served. Call 330-674-1584, Ext. 1763, for information.

Fri. & Sat. May 10th & 11th

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Discounted Prices on all 2012 Bikes!

Proven handheld blower at an affordable price

Lightweight saw for wood-cutting tasks around the home


• Raleigh Bicycles In Stock • Road Bicycles • strollers • Hybrid Bicycles • Misceo Bicycles with Disc

*“Number one selling brand” is based on syndicated Irwin Broh Research as well as independent consumer research of 2009-2012 U.S. sales and market share data for the gasoline-powered handheld outdoor power equipment category combined sales to consumers and commercial landscapers. †The actual listed guide bar length can vary from the effective cutting length based on which powerhead it is installed on. Available at participating dealers while supplies last. © 2013 STIHL BES13-342-109258-5

• Brakes • Millwood Trailers • Car & Hitch Racks • New & Used Bicycles


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Servicing all Brands of Bicycles

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Thursday, May 9, 2013 — 17

37th Annual Holmes County Training Center

Spring Festival

to benefit...

the students and adults of the Holmes County Training Center and Lynn Hope Industries


Friday May 10th Starting at 4pm Saturday, May 11th Starting at 9am

Craft and Furniture Auction – Saturday, 9:00 am

- Viewing of all items Open Volleyball • 6:00 pm - Midnight Soup & Sandwiches • 5:30 pm - 10:00 pm Bake Sale • 3:00 pm - 10:00 pm Entertainment • 7 pm - 10:00 pm

Saturday, May 11th, 2013

Breakfast • 7:00 am - 10:00 am Bake Sale • 7:00 am - Sold Out Craft & Furniture Auction • 9:00 am Silent Auction • 9:00 am - 1:00 pm Childrenʼs Games • 10:00 am - Noon & 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm Chicken Barbeque • 11:30 am - Sell Out Special Auction • 1:00 pm Quilt Auction • 2:00 pm

Holmes County Training Center 8001 Township Road 574 Holmesville, Ohio

4.5 miles north of Millersburg off SR-83

For more information call 330-674-8045 VISA & MASTERCARD ACCEPTED

2:00 pm

Featuring over

100 Amish-made

comforters, quilts and wallhangers

Raffle Tickets Raffle - $500.00 Prize • Drawing at 2:30 pm

Sponsored by the Holmes County Association for Handicapped Citizens 1014320200

Friday, May 10th, 2013

Special Auction 1:00 pm - featuring Horse & Open Buggy and Pony & Pony Cart

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Plus 1 for every $10.00 you spend First Prize: $50.00 Gift Certificate Second Prize: $40.00 Gift Certificate Third Prize: $30.00 Gift Certificate Fourth Prize: $25.00 Gift Certificate Fifth Prize: 25% Off One Item

Holmes Historical Society to meet Prairie Township/Village of Holmesville Historical Society will meet Tuesday, May 14 at 7 p.m. at Holmesville Library. Everyone is welcome.

Bring in ad for 10% Off

(One per customer thru 6/1/13 In Stock items only)

Housewares, Books, Greetings, Stanley Products, Fans, LED Lights, Batteries, Our Laundry Detergent, Stainless Steel, Back to Basics Laundry Detergent, B and W Salve, Chickweed, Canning Supplies, Fly Control Products, Freezer Boxes, Brooms, Baby Products, Watches, Clocks, Toys, Games, Wall Maps, Bird Feeders, Organo Gold Coffee, Health Products, Lots More!

Also available: • Created with Purpose • One Woman’s Quest • California Home

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Good Quality Bent ‘N Dent Groceries Bulk Baking Products Deli Meat & Cheese 10% discount off our regular Deli price for all church orders or free delivery

Open 7 Days a Week

Now featuring Southwestern Cuisine with our Weekly Specials


Daily Lunch & Dinner Specials

May 6th – 18th Lacy Baby Swiss .......................... Pan Roasted Browned Turkey ...... Party Mints .................................

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Cards and Gifts For Moms, Dads & Grads

112 E. Main St., Sugarcreek, OH 330-852-4223

Lots of Cards Including Abby art cards





MAY 13th thru 18th




Country Chalet Restaurant

330-852-4644 • 115 Andreas Ave., Sugarcreek, Ohio 44681 Hours: Mon-Thurs & Sat 11am - 8pm • Friday 11am - 10pm

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• LED Lanterns

May 20 — Keim Lum- Front St., Killbuck, noonber, 4465 State Route 557, 5 p.m. Charm, 8 a.m.-7 p.m. May 22 — Mount Hope May 22 — Buckhorn See Pg. 26 — BLOOD VFW Post 7079, 185 W.

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• Deep Cycle Batteries

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• Solar Systems •LED Lighting


We install Solor Systems & Lighting

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Evenings 5pm-8pm Saturday 7:30am-11:30am Thursday by chance

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• 5 to 13 hp • All Gear Drive Tiller • Lifetime Transmission Warranty • 8 Optional Attachments


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aufman mulch mulch

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Sure-grow guidance for first-time gardeners choose for your plants gets six to eight hours of sun.You don’t need a lot of space to begin a vegetable garden. If you choose to grow in containers, you don’t even need a yard — a deck, patio or balcony will provide plenty of space. The amount of space you require will depend on what you’re planting and how many plants you intend to cultivate. Sun-deprived plants won’t bear as much fruit and are more vulnerable to insects and stress.

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Eggplant — Eggplant thrives in hot weather. Try easy grow “Black Beauty” or something different like the white-skinned “Cloud Nine.” Lettuce — Go for “leaf” lettuces like “Buttercrunch,” “Red Sails,” or Romaine. They’ll tolerate more heat than head lettuces and if you keep picking the leaves you’ll get multiple harvests. Summer squash — Squash are easy-grow too, and very productive. Try zucchini “Black Beauty” or new-for-2013 Golden Scallop Patty Pan Squash. Many gardeners call this the flying saucer squash because of its unique shape. The flavor is delicate and mild, similar to zucchini. Tomatoes — These crimson favorites are the most popular backyard vegetable. Choose

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Mother’s Day

Mother’s Day a worldwide celebration of motherhood not long before florists, part of Antrosht, a multi- Mother’s Day contin- and flowers, and it has card companies and other day celebration honoring ues to be celebrated by become one of the bigmerchants capitalized on motherhood. presenting mothers and gest holidays for consumits popularity. In the United States, other women with gifts er spending. While versions of Mother’s Day are celebrated throughout the world, traGarden Supplies • Spring Bulbs • Roses ditions vary depending on the country. In Thailand, Onion Sets • Seed Potatoes • Vegetable Plants for example, Mother’s Bulk Garden Seed • Grass Seed Day is always celebrated in August on the birthAnnuals • Perennials • Herbs day of the current queen, Premium Quality Hanging Baskets Sirikit. Another alternate observance of Mother’s Trees • Shrubs • Tropical and Foliage Plants Day can be found in EthiPeat Moss • Selection of Mulches opia, where families gather each fall to sing songs Arbors • Trellises and Pottery and eat a large feast as

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tence paid off in 1914 when President Woodrow Wilson signed a measure officially establishing the second Sunday in May as Mother’s Day. Anna Jarvis had originally conceived of Mother’s Day as a day of personal celebration between mothers and families. Her version of the day involved wearing a white carnation as a badge and visiting one’s mother or attending church services. But once Mother’s Day became a national holiday, it was


Mother’s Day is a holiday honoring motherhood that is observed in different forms throughout the world. The American incarnation of Mother’s Day was created by Anna Jarvis in 1908 and became an official U.S. holiday in 1914. Jarvis would later denounce the holiday’s commercialization and spent the latter part of her life trying to remove it from the calendar. While dates and celebrations vary, Mother’s Day most commonly falls on the second Sunday in May and traditionally involves presenting mothers with flowers, cards and other gifts. The official Mother’s Day holiday arose in the 1900s as a result of the efforts of Jarvis, daughter of Ann Reeves Jarvis. Following her mother’s 1905 death, Anna Jarvis conceived of Mother’s Day as a way of honoring the sacrifices mothers made for their children. After gaining financial backing from a Philadelphia department store owner named John Wanamaker, in May 1908 she organized the first official Mother’s Day celebration at a Methodist church in Grafton, West Virginia. That same day also saw thousands of people attend a Mother’s Day event at one of Wanamaker’s retail stores in Philadelphia. Following the success of her first Mother’s Day, Jarvis — who remained unmarried and childless her whole life — resolved to see her holiday added to the national calendar. Arguing that American holidays were biased toward male achievements, she started a massive letter writing campaign to newspapers and prominent politicians urging the adoption of a special day honoring motherhood. By 1912 many states, towns and churches had adopted Mother’s Day as an annual holiday, and Jarvis had established the Mother’s Day International Association to help promote her cause. Her persis-

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drought tolerant, so you’ll need to water them regularly. The closer your garden is to a water source, the easier it will be to keep plants hydrated. One inch of water weekly is adequate for most vegetables.

Pest patrol Let natural predators fight your battles, hand-pick pests or dislodge them with a jet of water. If you spray, do it late in the day when beneficial insects are less active.

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trucks and cars, as well as a display of paintings of trains and steel mills by Roger L. Debnar of Rayland. Admission is $5 for adults, with children 12 and younger admitted free.

New display at County Line museum The County Line Historical Society of Wayne/Holmes Museum will be open from noon-3 p.m. May 11 with new displays having been arranged throughout the museum. Many items have been brought out of storage for display. The museum is located at 281 N. Market St. with parking available downtown. Admission is $2 for adults, with children ages 12 and younger free.

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Classical musicians to present free concert

Walnut Hills Retirement Community and the Piatigorsky Foundation of New Bluegrass music returns York are bringing classical to Wayne Center for the music back to the area. Mezzo-soprano KathArts, 237 S. Walnut Street, on Saturday, May 11 at erine Calcamuggio and 7:30 p.m., when North- pianist John Elam will perwest Territory takes the form in concert on Tuesday, stage at the Wayne Cen- May 14, at 2 p.m. at Walnut Hills Retirement Home. ter’s auditorium. Members of the band Calcamuggio is an awardare Mike Gorrell, Marsha winning mezzo-soprano. Kirker, Randall Boring Elam is a native of Texas and is a master’s student and Mary Kettering. Doors open at 7 p.m. at the University of MichTickets are $9 for non- igan studying collaboramembers and $7 for tive piano. The concert WCA members. For more is free and open to the information about the public. For more informaconcert or about Wayne tion, contact Walnut Hills Center for the Arts, visit at 330-893-3200. Walnut Hills ment Community is or call 330-264-2787. located on Olde Pump Orrville Railroad Street in Walnut Creek.

Heritage Society to celebrate National Train Day on Saturday

National Train Day will be celebrated by the The Holmes County Orrville Railroad HeriHistorical Society is hav- tage Society on May 11 ing a Memories with from noon-4 p.m. Both Mom Tea/Luncheon on track and train car rides Saturday, May 11 at noon. will be provided at famiSeats are available for the ly-friendly prices. luncheon and can be purDeparting from 245 chased by calling the soci- McGill St., passengers will ety office at 330-674-0022 enjoy a 1.3-mile round trip or emailing a request for to Orrville Junction. The seating. The cost is $25 ORHS concession car will for the luncheon and be available for snacks includes tours of the Vic- and gifts. torian House and new Tickets will be available Millersburg Glass Muse- trackside at $2 per ride um. Tea only tickets are for adults and $1 per ride $20. There is a tea-tasting for children ages 12 and program presented by under. World Cup Teas includThe Orrville Union ed in the price. So bring Depot Museum and Gift mom for a special Moth- Shop will be open, and ers Day treat. The event other historic facilities in will be held at the Cas- Orrville may be open for tle Club Events Center tours.Visit www.orrvillelocated next to the Victo- for its comrian House Museum. plete event schedule.



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NUNSENSE — The Coshocton Footlight Players proudly present the musical comedy “Nunsense” at the Triple Locks Theater. Mother Superior invites guests to the Mount St. Helen’s School Musical performed by the Sister’s of Hoboken. The Sisters need to raise some much needed money for the convent and Mother Superior has only chosen the most talented Nuns. Sister Mary Hubert, Sister Mary Robert Ann, Sister Mary Amnesia and Sister Mary Leo are ready to entertain the audience for an evening. Theater-goers will laugh, sing and maybe even shed a tear or two and in the end will be clapping their hands and feeling like Nunsense is Habit (a little Nun humor). “Nunsense” is directed by Susan Gordon and HopeFest – 2013 Forming features Tami Jaynes, Heather Oswald, Sam Servais, Sarah Fornara and Kristin Amore. Remaining performance dates are May 9, 10, 11, 16, 17 and at The Pier is 18 at 8 p.m. each evening. Tickets may be reserved by calling 740-622May 18 2959, Monday through Thursday, 7-9 p.m. and 2 -4 p.m. on performance HopeFest 2013 will be dates. Ticket prices are $10 for adults and $5 for students through the 12th held Saturday, May 18, at grade. For additional information and to order tickets, please go to www. The Pier. A day and eve- ning of fun, food and fellowship is being planned. Mount Eaton area. Begin- activities for the children pair of tickets to a pre-season Browns football game, The event will begin at ning at 4 p.m., a pulled to enjoy. At 5:30 p.m., auction- lodging in Sarasota, Fla., 9 a.m. with a round-robin pork meal, homemade ice softball tournament on cream and cookies will eer Steve Chupp of Steve an airplane ride, furnibe served. All food will Chupp Auctions, assisted ture items, gift certificates, the ball field. The championship game be served on a donation by other local auctioneers, meal vouchers, firewood, will be played at 3 p.m. basis. Also beginning at 4, will start taking bids for cornhole and lawn furniBallplayers will include there will be a kid’s jump items to be auctioned. ture, just to mention a few. old timers and newcom- house and bungee ride as There will be a variety of See Pg. 26 — BRIEFS ers from the greater well as other games and items on the block, i.e. a


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Briefs of food, wine tastings, live music, barbecue vendors, All proceeds from garden tours, and arts and the evening will go to crafts booths. The event Lighthouse of Hope for takes place from 10 a.m. the ongoing growth and to 7 p.m. at Clary Garoperation of The Pier. If dens, 588 W. Chestnut you have any questions, St. (state Route 541) in or would like to make a Coshocton. donation, call The Pier at The Taste for Summer 330-359-2071. is a fundraiser for garden projects at Clary Taste for Summer Gardens, specifically toward the developing Wine/BBQ Fest children’s garden. Tickets The Clary Gardens for the Taste For Summer Taste for Summer Wine event are $5 for admis& BBQ Fest on Saturday, sion. Wine tasting tickets May 18 has a full course are an additional $10 for (Continued From Page 25)

10 wine tastings (which includes a complimentary wine glass), and the beer tastings are $5 for 6 beer tastings. Parking is free. Wineries attending the event include: Troutman Vineyards, Shawnee Springs Winery, Swiss Heritage Winery, Raven’s Glenn Winery, Yellow Butterfly Winery, Buckeye Winery, Emerine Estates Winery, The Winery at Wolf Creek and Black Sheep Vineyard. Breweries include : Marietta Brewing Company and Weasel Boy Brewing

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Company from Zanesville. Additional related activities with Taste for Summer are the Nine & Wine Taste for Summer Golf Event at River Greens Golf Course, 22749 State Route 751, West Lafayette. On Saturday, May 18 from 8-10 a.m. enjoy nine holes of golf with wine tastings at each of the nine holes. Cost is $25 per person. For details and reservations, call (740) 5457817. Visitors to the Taste for Summer event can also take an Aerial Tour of Coshocton’s Three Rivers Wine Trail which features five wineries. Take a 30-minute plane ride over

BBQ Fest can be found at or by calling Clary Gardens at (740) 622-6524 ext. 1, or www. For more information about Coshocton attractions, events, lodging, shopping and dining, go to www. or call 800-338-4724.

Euchre party Public Euchre Card Party will be held Tuesday, May 28, 7 p.m., at St. Luke Community Center, Rambo Street, Danville (turn west at traffic light, go ½ block — directly across street from Danville High School); $1 admission; prizes. and refreshments.

May is Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month Motorcycle riding is popular in Ohio with nearly 400,000 licensed riders, and many of them will be hitting the highways soon as the temperatures warm up and summer nears. In recognition of Motorcycle Safety Awareness Month, the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) District 11 reminds

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Coshocton’s lush farmland and beautiful vineyards. Flights on May 18 are available throughout the day. Cost is $50 per person or $75 per couple. Reservations are requested by calling the Richard Downing Airport at (740) 622-2252. The airport is located at 24569 Airport Road, Coshocton. The Taste for Summer Wine & BBQ Fest will have free shuttles available to and from the event location of Clary Gardens to River Greens Golf Course, Richard Downing Airport, and to Historic Roscoe Village. Tickets and more information about the May 18 Taste for Summer Wine and

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motorists and motorcyclists alike to “share the road” conscientiously and courteously to help prevent motorcycle crashes on eastern Ohio roadways. Last year, there were 165 reported motorcyclerelated deaths in Ohio. According to the Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, per vehicle mile, motorcyclists are 30 times more likely to die in a crash than occupants of cars and five times more likely to be injured. Motorcyclists can increase their safety by: — Obeying all traffic laws. — Wearing a helmet and protective clothing, such as gloves, boots and a jacket. — Riding defensively — being alert to other drivers and assuming others do not see you. — Being conspicuous at all times — wear brightly colored gear, use reflective tape and stickers to increase visibility, and use your headlight all the time. — Using turn signals for every turn or lane change and combining with hand signals to draw more attention to themselves. — Positioning themselves in the lane where

they will be most visible to other drivers and never ride between lanes. — Allowing space and time for emergency braking. — Never riding impaired or distracted. Some tips for drivers to help keep motorcyclists safe are: Remember, a motorcycle is a vehicle with all of the rights and privileges of any other motor vehicle. — Always allow a motorcyclist the full lane width — never try to share a lane. — Check mirrors and blind spots regularly for motorcycles, especially before entering or exiting a lane of traffic and at intersections. — Always signal your intentions before changing lanes or merging with traffic. — Don’t be fooled by a flashing turn signal on a mo­torcycle — motorcycle signals are often not self-canceling, and riders sometimes forget to turn them off. Wait to be sure the motorcycle is going to turn before you proceed. — Allow more following distance when behind a motorcycle to give it time to maneuver around obstacles in the roadway or stop in an emer­gency. — Avoid distractions.


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Obituaries Kenneth Brown, 72

Robert Ringler Sr., 47

Robert L. “Bob” Ring- ley Ringler and his son, ler, Sr., age 47, of Mill- Bobby Ringler, Jr. both of ersburg, Millersburg; his mother, passed Angie Yoder, his father, away SatPhillip Ringler, a brother, urday, May Jeff (Bonnie) Ringler, all 4, 2013 at of Millersburg; and two Au l t m a n sisters, Michelle Floyd, Hospital of Reynoldsburg, and in CanRenee (Victor) Brown ton after of Clarksville, Tenn. He a longis also survived by two fought battle with cancer. half-sisters, Deanna and He was born Nov. 7, Mary Ellen. He was preceded in Walter Brown of Millers- 1965 in Millersburg and burg, John Henry Brown was the son of Phillip death by his grandparof Wooster, Elmer Dean Ringler and Angie ents, Harry and Florence Ringler, and Andy and Brown Jr. of Millersburg K. (Calderone) Yoder. Robert was a 1984 grad- Olive Calderone. and Dale Brown of Masuate of West Holmes High Funeral services were sillon. Services were Sunday, School. He was a veter- Monday, May 6 at AlexMay 5, at Millersburg an of the Gulf War, and ander Funeral Home in Church of Christ, with served eight years in the Millersburg. Burial will take place at minister Doug Wells U.S. Navy. He was a memofficiating. Burial was ber of the Millersburg Oak Hill Cemetery, at a in Walnut Creek Men- Eagles where he served later date. Family suggests that nonite Church Cem- as current secretary and treasurer. Bob enjoyed memorial contributions etery. Arrangements were han- his “Rendezvous” camp- be made to Alexander Funeral Home, P.O. Box dled by Smith-Varns Funer- ing trips to Loudonville. Surviving are two chil- 108, Millersburg, Ohio al Home in Sugarcreek. Memorial contributions dren; his daughter, Ash- 44654. may be made to Millersburg Church of Christ, Carolyn VanPelt, 80 926 E. Jackson St. Ext., Carolyn F. VanPelt, 80, of Shawn (Sarah) Mullet, Millersburg 44654. Kidron, went to be with the Heidi (Dierre) McCraney, Lord on Wednesday after- Stacey (Kalen) Long, and Miriam Miller, 85 noon, May 1, 2013, at her Scott Mullet; great-grandhome after a long illness. children, Ayla Mullet and Miriam M. Miller, 85, enjoyed traveling. Carolyn was born Jan. 19, Eli Mullet; and sisters, Elda of Walnut Creek, died Surviving are her husWednesday, March 27, band, Donald W. Mill- 1933, in Dalton, the daugh- Lautzenheiser, Viola Eber2013, at her home. er, whom she married ter of Reuben and Minnie ly and Marian (Homer) She was born June 2, Aug. 2, 1952; daughters, (Martin) Horst, and was a Eberly. Carolyn was preceded in 1927, in Sugarcreek to Jean (Steven) Brown 1951 graduate of Dalton the late John H. and of Beaufort, S.C., Joyce High School. She was unit- death by her parents; and Gladys (Rod) Brady of Hilton ed in marriage to Roy D. sisters, Ruth Horst and (Lenhart) Head Island, S.C., Carol VanPelt on Oct. 14, 1956, in Katherine Steiner. Services were Saturday, Stingel, (Joe) Pozuc of Kent and Dalton. He survives. Carolyn was faithful in May 4, at United Dayspring and had Susan (Keith) Crowell attendof Lisbon; 12 grandchil- prayer and was a dedicated Mennonite Church in Bered Heidren, four great-grand- wife, mother, grandmother, lin, with John Yoder and delberg children; brothers, Voris and great-grandmother. Myron Miller officiating. U n i v e rStingel of Dundee, John She was a member of Burial was in Berlin Townsity, Kent Clyde Stingel of Picker- United Dayspring Menno- ship Cemetery, adjacent to the church. S t a t e ington and Charles Stin- nite Church, Berlin. Surviving in addition Auble Funeral Home in University and the Uni- gel of Warren; and sisters, versity of Wyoming. Mary Griggs of Abilene, to her husband, Roy of Orrville assisted the family. The family suggests She taught school from Texas, and Aletha Rie- Kidron, are children, Bar1947-54 at Ragersville desel of Hoquiam, Wash- bara VanPelt of Kidron, memorial contributions be Steven (Joy) VanPelt of made to Hospice & Palliaand Fresno Schools, ington. and retired as deputy In addition to her par- Lancaster, Pa., and Kathy tive Care of Greater Wayne treasurer of Holmes ents, she was preceded in (Jim) Mullet of Millers- County, 2525 Back Orrville County. death by a son, Mitchell burg; grandchildren, Tonya Road, Wooster 44691; or (Eric) Shultz, Michelle Freedom Hills Ministry, She was a volunteer A. Miller. seamstress at Walnut Services were Saturday, (Lance) Fisher, Bethany 5110 Township Road 419, Hills Retirement Home, March 30, at St. John’s VanPelt, Jordan VanPelt, Sugarcreek 44681. volunteered for the Ger- United Church of Christ man Culture Museum and in Walnut Creek, with the the former Global Crafts, Rev. Mark Behrendt offiwas a charter member of ciating. Burial was in the Walnut Creek Fine Arts church cemetery in Walnut Club and a member of Creek. Rowdy Readers Book Arrangements were To get your Church News published weekly, Club at the Walnut Creek handled by Smith-Varns Library. Funeral Home in SugarCall: 1-800-686-2958 x1639 Miriam was a mem- creek. ber of St. John’s United Memorial contributions Fax: 330-264-3756 Church of Christ in Wal- may be made to St. John’s E-mail: nut Creek, where she United Church of Christ, sang in the choir, and P.O. Box 125, Walnut was an avid quilter and Creek 44687. Kenneth Ray Brown, 72, of Bunker Hill, died Wednesday, May 1, 2013, at his home. He was born Dec. 21, 1940, in Holmes County to the late Elmer J. and Bertha M. (Trachsel) Brown and married A. Arlene Blackwell on March 10, 1961. She died Aug. 12, 2010. He retired from the former GRH forestry products and was a member of Millersburg Church of Christ. He was an avid hunter and outdoor enthusiast, enjoyed working in his garden and going camping. Surviving are children, Barbara Patterson of Dallas, Texas, Kenneth “Bill” (Rebecca) Brown of Millersburg and Brenda (Doug) Hostettler of Glenmont; grandchildren, Breanna (Andrew) Raber, Jordan Brown, Logan Brown, Melody (Patrick) Reed, Miranda Hostettler and Michelle Hostettler; a greatgranddaughter, Brooklyn Reed; and brothers,

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Mary Martin, 75 Mary L. Martin, 75, of Wooster, passed away Monday, May 29, 2013, at her home. S h e was born July 4, 1937, in Holmes County, the daughter of Roy R. and Anna O’Leary Barker, and married Gary L. Martin on June 22, 1956. He preceded her in death on June 26, 2012. She was a homemaker, had retired from Rubbermaid, Inc., and was a member of Millbrook Pentecostal Church. Mary enjoyed sewing, knitting, crocheting, reading and writing. Surviving are children, Sheryl Ball and Gary L. Martin Jr., both of

Wooster and Paul (Gertrude) Martin of Canton; eight grandchildren; one step-grandchild; six great-grandchildren; and a sister, Alice Watkins of Strawberry, Ark. In addition to her husband, Mary was preceded in death by her parents; a son, Zachary in 1990; and brothers, Roy Barker Jr., Ray and John Barker; and sisters, Dorothy Edinger, Sue Barnes and infant sisters, Iva Barker and Florence Barker. Services were Friday, May 3 at McIntire, Bradham & Sleek Funeral Home, 216 E. Larwill St., Wooster, with the Rev. Tom McFadden officiating. Burial was in Hopewell Cemetery. Contributions may be made to the funeral home to help defray expenses.

Lizzie Burkholder, 88 Lizzie Ann Burkholder age 88, of 2614 Township Road 190, Baltic, Ohio 45804, died Saturday evening, May 4, 2013, at her residence following an extended illness. She was born March 16, 1925 in Holmes County and was the daughter of John M. and Lydia (Erb) Raber. On December 25, 1945 she married Dan J. Burkholder and he preceded her in death on January 20, 2007. She was a member of the Old Order Amish. Surviving are children, John and Susie Burkholder of Baltic, Elsie Burkholder of Sugarcreek, Willis and Betty Burkholder of Millersburg, Enos and Lydia Troyer of Sugarcreek, Fred and Mary Raber of Sugarcreek, Esther Jenkin of Columbus, Emanuel and Fannie Yoder of Sugarcreek, and Aden and Regina Burkholder of the home; 43 grandchildren; 76 great-grandchildren; a brother, Roy Raber of Millersburg; three sisters,

Katie Ann Hershberger of Millersburg, Jonas and Lena Miller of Sugarcreek and Jonas and Ella Yoder of Baltic; step-sister, Clara Troyer of Sugarcreek; sisters-in-law, Esther (Crist) Yoder, Katie Troyer, Ada (Levi) Miller and Fannie Miller; and brothers-in-law, Eli (Anna) Burkholder, Jonas Jr. (Fannie) Burkholder and Roy (Mary) Burkholder. She was preceded in death by brother, Mose Raber; sister, Dena Troyer; brother, Eli Raber, two twin brothers; two greatgrandchildren; brothersin-law, Paul Burkholder, Ura Burkholder and John Burkholder; and sister-inlaw, Emma Miller. Funeral services were Tuesday, May 7 at the Aden Burkholder residence with Bishop Roy J.C. Yoder officiating. Burial was at the Raber Cemetery. Alexander Funeral Home, in Millersburg, handled the arrangements.

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I’m back in action, it’s full speed ahead

and pounding them back was amazing. It made me feel almost ashamed at how much The days of feeling I’ve babied my minor sorry for myself are surgery. through. It’s time to get Although, I realize that up off my ample backeven minor surgery is side and get back to surgery, and once you get work. My convalescence north of 50, the healing is over. process slows down. Six weeks of limited But here I was getting mobility, mostly just a my butt kicked by a kid daily walk for exercise who had gone through whilst recovering from six operations to save his surgery are over. It’s time life, and I just shook my to get back at it. head in wonder. And I didn’t waste any He does have youth on time or tread lightly as his side, which always I dove back into being helps in healing. active. It was a lot of fun being Some light yard work, back out on the court, wielding the weed eater win or lose, and while was the start. I felt the occasional After spending a few twinge, I have to believe hours doing that, I figthat I’m back. ured I could swing a golf The true test of all Kevin Lynch club. It took a few holes this activity was the toll photo/www. before I really swung taken on my knees and buydrphotos. with my whole body other old achy joints. com instead of just using my Being able to get up out arms to avoid any pain, of bed Monday morning but after too many weak relatively pain free was a hits, I decided to unleash good sign. the whole swing. • • • earn the championship. a great day for the kids. It ago. “I think the fact It didn’t hurt. Teams begin the trek By KEVIN LYNCH Hiland finished with 55 will be a long time before he played a three-hour I took a few more along the tournament Staff Writer Last Friday was a ban- points with league play we have a season like this match beforehand really healthy cuts, and they trail on Monday, with ner day for Hiland ten- and tournament points again.” helped me, because he didn’t hurt either. I tennis action taking place nis, as the Hawks claimed combined. Chippewa was figured I must truly be Hiland’s Braxton Mullet was pretty tired.” at Dover. Hiland’s Braxfour of five champion- second (47), followed by captured the first singles The Hawks’ first dou- healed. ton Mullet is the secondship matches and added Central Christian (33). But after a few more title by defeating Triway bles duo of Cameron seeded singles player, a second-place finish in “This is a happy day. It’s senior Tyler Flickinger Yoder and Cole Rey- swings, I was aware of while the first doubles the other to win the first a landmark for Hiland 6-4, 6-1. nolds teamed up to defeat my surgical scar, and I team of the Hawks, Cole Northeast Tennis Confer- tennis,” said Hiland “Everything just seemed Chippewa’s Josh Steiner figured I best back off a Reynolds and Cameron ence title for the school. and NET Coach of the to click today,” the junior and Ryan Butcher 6-2, little bit. Yoder, are seeded fourth. The Hawks won cham- Year Tony Mullet. “We Mullet said. “I’ve been 7-3. No sense ruining my West Holmes has an pionships at first and never won the confer- playing real well all seaHiland and Chippewa whole summer over a interesting situation. third singles and swept ence before and we did son and everything just also met in the second round of golf, especially Danny Nelson and Nate both doubles titles to it pretty decisively. It was came together today. I doubles finals with the the first time out this Ewing, who played first had beaten ‘Flick’ once Hawks’ duo of Camer- year. Rarely do I hit the and second singles all already in the season so I on Stutzman and Grant ball well until I’ve had season, will team at douhad the belief that I could Stutzman winning 6-2, a few rounds under my bles for the tournament. belt, anyhow. beat him today. I came 6-1. They are seeded second, My true inspiration out with the mentality Denying Hiland a sweep while the doubles team Not to say that Major League Baseball players aren’t tough. Of course they are. Still… Take the of keeping it in play and in the finals was Chip- came on Sunday when I of Joey Schlabach and case of the Texas Rangers shortstop Elvis Andrus. making him hit all the pewa’s second singles returned to the racquetEvan Aurand are seeded Granted, it was only a spring training game, but ball court for the first shots. player Lucas Skoglund, third. The two Knights Andrus had to miss it because of “sensitivity in his “The wind was a little who knocked off Spencer time since aggravating doubles teams meet in left arm.” What did that mean? Apparently, Andrus had gotten a tattoo two days before, and it was still bit of a factor. I definitely Yoder of Hiland 7-6 (7-2), my hernia back in Januthe first round of the sore. Tattoos can be tender, but could you imagine ary. noticed it,” Mullet added. 6-2. tournament. NFL’s Ray Lewis or Tom Brady, the NHL’s Alex Joining my regular “The key to playing good “I’m not the best tennis Hiland’s second Ovechkin or Sidney Crosby, or the NBA’s LeBron in the wind is to keep player, but I always give it playing partner Tim was doubles team of Grant James or Kobe Bryant missing a game – even a preseason game – because of a tattoo? an old foe from the court, Stutzman and Cameron moving your feet and my best,” Skoglund said. Once upon a time, if you were a NASCAR driver, you grew up in the South. No never stop moving. That’s The Hawks came back Mark ‘Beef’ Schlabach. Stutzman, which went longer. Fact is, only two of the top 20 or so stock car racers are southerners – Dale “Beef’ is a young man what I did and I was able on Saturday, and behind through the regular seaEarnhardt Jr. and Ricky Stenhouse. All the others grew up in the far West (such to keep the ball in play.” championships at third who is lucky to be alive son undefeated, open as Jimmie Johnson, Kyle Bush, Jeff Gordon), the Midwest (Danica Patrick, Matt The Hawks also got a singles and first and sec- after surviving a motoragainst the top-seeded Kenseth, Carl Edwards), even New England (Joey Logano) and in foreign countries (Juan Pablo Montoya). championship from Alec ond doubles, added the cycle accident a few doubles team, CamThe debate over the greatest big man in NBA history will never be settled – Bill Mast at third singles. Mast Dover Invitational title to years back. bridge’s Engstrom twins. Russell, Kareem Adbul-Jabbar, Bill Walton, Wilt Chamberlain, Akeem Olajuwon, I remembered seeing defeated Massillon’s the school’s trophy case. The baseball and softShaquille O’Neal – but the fact is no center had a greater impact than Wilt. By the him during his rehab Chris Rittenhouse in the “To win was great, realball teams begin tournatime he graduated from the University of Kansas and before he even started a game finals 6-1, 6-3. ly icing on the cake for more than a year ago, ment action next week in the NBA, three rules had already been changed because Wilt’s play. No longer allowed were offensive goaltending, lobbing baseline inbound passes over the “I tried a more aggres- the guys as they did well and here he was getting as well. backboard, and taking off from the foul line to dunk free throws. sive approach this time, against some great tal- around the court as well West Holmes will host hitting it at him harder,” ent,” said coach Mullet. as he ever did… maybe the 13-team Div. II EastI bet you didn’t know... Mast said, remembering “They surprised me today half a step slower. But ern District Track and IT’S A GREAT TIME TO BUY A VEHICLE FROM SPURGEON CHEVROLET IN his recent loss against and I believe we are bet- the fact that he was out Field meet on Thursday, WOOSTER. CHECK OUT THE PRICES AND SELECTION THIS MONTH! Rittenhouse in regular ter than we even thought there going corner to May 23, beginning at 4 SPURGEON CHEVROLET corner, digging out shots season play two weeks we were.” p.m. WOOSTER • 264-2300 Hiland’s first doubles team of Cameron Troyer (left) and Cole Reynolds are shown in action at the Northeast Tennis Conference tournament last Friday in Canton. The tandem went on to win the NET title, one of four Hiland won on the day en route to the team championship.

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LEGAL COUNTY : HOLMES The following applications and/or verified complaints were received, and the following draft, proposed and final actions were issued, by the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (Ohio EPA) last week. The complete public notice including additional instructions for submitting comments, requesting information or a public hearing, or filing an appeal may be obtained at: /actions.aspx or Hearing Clerk, Ohio EPA, 50 W. Town St. P.O. Box 1049, Columbus, Ohio 43216. Ph: 614-644-2129 email: FINAL ISSUANCE OF PERMIT-TO-INSTALL AND OPERATE CENTURY COMPONENTS 1874 COUNTY ROAD 140 SUGARCREEK OH ACTION DATE : 04/29/2013 FACILITY DESCRIPTION: AIR IDENTIFICATION NO. : P0113323 Initial installation of a natural gas engine and a spray booth for wood products. APPLICATION RECEIVED FOR AIR PERMIT PROVIA WALNUT CREEK FACILITY 2150 STATE ROUTE 39 SUGARCREEK OH ACTION DATE : 04/29/2013 FACILITY DESCRIPTION:

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AIR IDENTIFICATION NO. A0047523 Installation of new source.

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H-3, Columbus, Ohio 43229-6693 within thirty : (30) days of the last date of publication of this notice.

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LEGAL PUBLIC NOTICE Rohr Excavating, LTD 5029 TR 339, Millersburg, Oh 44654 has submitted a Surface Industrial Mineral Mining Permit Application #A-2368-2 to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources, Division of Mineral Resources Management.

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DARI-LAND ICE CREAM machine rentals. Great for graduations, weddings, parties. 330-263-1700. BUYING JUNK batteries, aluminum, copper, brass, electric motor, farm machinery, appliances, cars, trucks. 330-279-2142 WE WILL give a 5% discount on all orders for harness till May 30th. Draft, buggy & pony. Pony come in 3 sizes, some harness are in stock. All harness are made of Brahma material which is more like leather. Tested 12% stronger than all other material. Tested also for wear. 45 years experience making harness. Why pay more? Call (330) 893-3451.

The proposed permit application area is comprised of 79.4 acres and is located in Holmes County in Lots 16, CASH FOR scrap metal: trucks, buses, 21 & 22, Hardy Township, cars, heavy equip., farm equip., copper, on the properties of Montell batteries, brass, aluminum, and any & Shannon Rohr, Rodney A metal. Call (330) 473-8410. & Lindsey T Taylor, LIVE BAND Travelin Man Band. Saturday, Thomas K & Cheryl Bird May 11th, Starts at 7p.m. Route 83 Res7501 SR 83, Holmesville. Trustee. The proposed ap- taurant, 330-279-3663. plication area is located on the Millersburg 7 ½ minute Lost & Found USGS Quadrangle map, ap- 65 proximately 1.25 miles Southwest of Millersburg, FOUND: TAME cockatiel, West of Holmesville. Call (330) 567-9348. Ohio. LOST: Beagle Mix Dog, brown and

The application is on file at black. Will answer to Patsy. She is very the Ohio Department of Nat- friendly. Mount Hope area. Reward. ural Resources, Division of 330-473-8830. Mineral Resources Manage- LOST: LARGE white Shitzu female, Walment Regional Office lo- nut Creek Area, (330) 893-3619 cated at: 117 East High Street, Suite 257, Mt. Ver- 70 Business Opportunity non, Ohio 43050-3453, Phone (740)-392-4499 for THE ECONOMY GOT public review and inspecYOU DOWN? GOOD PART TIME tion. Written comments or $$$$$ objections concerning this FOR PART TIME application may be sent to HOURS the Chief of the Ohio DeDELIVERING THE LOCAL MORNING partment of Natural ReNEWSPAPER FOR sources, Division of Mineral THE DAILY RECORD Resources Management, 2045 Morse Road, Building If you would like to have your name put

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125 Medical / Healthcare

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!!

FIRST PRESBYTERIAN Church of Orrville seeking organist and choir director. Resumes may be submitted to the church at 1830 W. Market St. Orrville, Ohio 44667; Attention Session.

MRI/XRAY TECH FULL time position for MRI/Xray Tech in busy specialty surgical practice. May lead to supervisory position. Graduate of an accredited radiologic technology program. Current State of Ohio license required with current registration with the ARRT (R) with ARRT (MRI) preferred. Send resume and cover letter to Wooster Orthopaedic & Sports Medicine, 3373 Commerce Pkwy, Suite 2, Wooster, OH, 44691. ATTN: Amy.

RETAIL BUSINESS for Sale, houseware & variety store, 15+ years in business. (330) 674-5603


CLEANING CO. looking for exp'd help. Must pass background check & own transport. Must be ins'd & bonded. Resumes to: PO Box 75, Shreve, OH 44676. CLEANING GIRL needed every Friday to

Position Wanted clean house near Berlin, approx. 6 hours per week. (330) 674-2225, after 5pm.

SEMI-RETIRED TRUCK Driver and Welder looking for local work. Records & Ref. Available. Clean CDL 330-231-4935. Holmesville, Ohio.

SERVER WANTED, 1 year experience. Apply at Hotel Millersburg, 35 W. Jackson Street or call 330-674-1457. OIL SERVICE rig taking applications for

105 General rig hands. (740) 824-4692.

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.


COOK WANTED, 1 year experience. Apply at Hotel Millersburg, 35 W. Jackson Street or call 330-674-1457. HELP WANTED FOR ALL POSITIONS. Fabricators, welders, spray painters, and metal finishers needed immediately. Will train proper candidates to weld. Excellent pay rates with incentives. We have all benefits available. Paid vacations & holidays. Medical insurance, dental & vision. Also 401K savings plan. Apply in person at WasteQuip, 930 Massillon Rd (St Rt 241), Millersburg, OH 44654. MOTIVATED DRIVER/ Worker for construction crew, experience helpful but not necessary. Drug & tobacco free environment. Competitive pay. Holmes Premier Construction. Call 330-231-3304 or 330-674-0041. WANTED: Driver/Worker for Amish Roofing crew. Hourly wages. Call 330-852-3153 or 330-275-6479.

Experienced Horse Stall cleaners needed, this is a physically labor intense job. Those who are not hard workers, need not apply. Part time AM job. Call (330)674-2503 Leave message with horse experience description. CUSTOM INLINE wrapping. Can do round and big square bales. Also, 4x4 round baling. New owner of Kline Wrapping, Call Kermit Miller @ (330) 600-1492. SPRAY PAINTERS needed immediately. Excellent pay rates with incentives. We have all benefits available. Paid vacations & holidays. Medical insurance, dental & vision. Also 401K savings plan. Apply in person at WasteQuip, 930 Massillon Rd (St Rt 241), Millersburg, OH 44654.


130 Administrative / Office OFFICE/ Bookkeeping Position for our Millersburg based business. Requires strong organizational skills, and attention to detail. Quickbooks and Excel experience a must, accounting background is a plus. Part time, 20-30 hrs/ week to start, could develop to full time for right applicant. Email resume to:

190 Retail RETAIL BUSINESS for Sale, houseware & variety store, 15+ years in business. (330) 674-5603

195 Services FOR RENT: Case skid Loader with bucket, pallet fork, manure fork. Also 4

Drivers Trucking ton dump trailer and 30 ton log splitter.

DRIVERS: CLASS A Reliable Consistent 2500-3000 mi/wk, All Miles pd., GREAT $$$$$ TL, No touch Great Benefits, ASSIGNED TRUCKS HOME EVERY WEEKEND, Reefer exp. A-plus 2 yrs exp., min. 25 yoa. 800-321-3460 x227. DRIVERS: $500 Sign-On Bonus! Dedicated Zanesville Account! Great Pay, Benefits, Miles, Weekly Home-Time & More! 1-888-567-3109. WANTED: TANDEM dump truck driver. Must have good driving record, DOT physical card, CDL & pass drug test. Reply to Box 4, c/o The Daily Record, 212 E Liberty Wooster, OH 44691.

Henry J. Miller, Sugarcreek. 330-852- 3363.


Appliances Electronics

REFRIGERATOR, GE Profile, Stainless, Side by Side, 22 cu. ft., 6-1/2 yrs old. Asking $650 (330) 275-8192 CHEST FREEZER, Large 25 cu', energy star, sliding baskets, compartment dividers, defrost drain, temperature alarm, 6 yr old. $425. Millersburg. 330-473-7647. FOR SALE: Crystal Cold Frig, NG, Good working condition, 18 cu. ft., 12V $1,300 OBO. Also 100' of 12V wiring. (330) 279-3005

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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. Tri-Axle Equip. Trailer, $1,000 OBO (330) 276-5417 or (330) 276-9908. No Sunday Calls 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 EQUIPMENT FOR SALE: '05 JD 650J LT w/ winch and screens $65,000, '04 JD 650H LGP only 2600 hrs $40,000, '95 Cat D6H Good Machine $45,000, '97 JD450G LC-IV dozer $22,500, '92 JD 650G w/ winch, arch, screens $35,000, JD 850B w/ winch $26,000, Cat D4D dozer $15,000, '06 Komatsu PC200LC-8 $93,000 , '10 JD35D excavator $32,000, '06 Yanmar VIO35 mini hoe $18,500, '04 Yanmar VIO35 mini hoe $14,000, '09 Cat IT14G Wheel Loader cab, heat, air 7K hrs. nice $30,000, '07 JD605C crawler loader w/ forks $55,000, JD 555G crawler loader, rebuilt trans $21,000, '89 JD455G crawler loader cab, tooth bucket $19,500, Case 455C Loader $17,500, '90 Cat 953 Loader cab, heat, air $17,000, JCB 214S Grademaster 4X4 loader landscaper. $14,750, Case 450 Loader $5000, '03 JD 648G-III Grapple Skidder $55,000, '94 JD 648E skidder $24,500, '95 JD 548E skidder $24,500, '96 Franklin 170 grapple skidder, new rear tires $18,500, JD 640 Skidder $17,000, 2- JD 440C Skidder $20,000 TO $22,000 each, '97 Timberjack 460 Skidder dual arch grapple. $40,000, Hamm Smooth Drum Roller $17,500, Case 602 Vibromax Pad Foot Roller $14,500 , '00 Genie Lift Z60/34 articulated boom $22,500, '94 Moxy MT30S-3 6X6 off road dump. $18,500, '71CAT 613 Self Loading Scraper, 3208 cat engine. $8,500. Lots of misc. forks and buckets. Call Firmen at 330-464-1428 OR 330-567-3886 FOR SALE: Ford 5500 TLB, Joystick Controls, Nice older machine. $6,200. (330) 567-2563


Farm Equipment

POULTRY HOUSE Equipment. Feed line. Fair condition. (330) 231-3337 JOHN DEERE 5210 tractor in good shape, 1200 hours, $10,500. (330) 359-0270. NEW HOLLAND 469 hay bind, Massey Furguson 3 bottom plow, Hydraulic bale mover, 5 ft brush hog, 3 point rollabar hay rake, 4 ft barn fans. 330-763-1070. YANMAR 20HP Tractor, Good paint, runs nice, $2,700. 4' Brush Hog, Excellent Condtion, $600. 4' Blade, $100. Or all for $3,200. (330) 601-3307 FOR SALE: 20' Gooseneck Flatbed Trailer, 3pt Sealed Sprayer, 12' Cultpacker, 12' Spring Harrow, Call (330) 897-0857 anytime. WANTED: MC Deering Grain Binder. Aaron E. Toryer, 2679 South Kansas Rd. Apple Creek OH 44606 FOR SALE: 2 Row McCormick Corn Planter w/liquid set up, field ready. $550 (330) 852-3892 BRINLY CORN planter, 3 PT, 1 row for compact tractor, very good cond., $225. Also metal wardrobe with hooks, used for buggy harness, $45. (330) 359-5674. NEW UNILOADER bucket, 66 inch. NH 56 Rollabar rake. NI 323 corn picker. Abe Raber, 5150 CR 229, Frerdericksburg, 44627. (330) 695-6793. FOR SALE: 1939 John Deere B, fly wheel start, new paint, new tires. (330) 893-3547. CASE IH 684, 4200 hrs, recent over haul, Excellent Condition, $7,900. Case IH 485, 3900 hrs. Fair Condition, $3,900. (330) 852-3588 FORD 8N with Blade. Later model engine overhauled. Runs good. Looks good. Many new parts, $2700. 330-674-9910 JOHN DEERE 640 Rake, Good condition, $1,100. (330) 852-2829

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GEHL 1540 silage blower, excellent condition; Choretime HMC 50' flex auger; Kelley all-wood silage elevator, good condition. Best offers. 330-674-2459 or 330 763-1953.

MAGNETIC BASE Drills, for rent or sale. Precise and fast metal drilling, bit sizes from 1/2" - 2-3/8". Mt. Eaton Trailer, (330) 359-0150 FORD 3-PT 2 row corn planter; New Holland 3-pt finish mower, 5 ft. (330) 674-4104. NEW IDEA hand crank corn sheller, needs crank, $150. (330) 275-7852. FOR SALE: Pequea 710 hay tedder. Steel wheels, $1200; NH 352 Feed Grinder, $1100. Call John Miller (740) 622-1109. FOR SALE: Solid rubber skid loader wheels, $400. Also 7 ft skid loader bucket, $600. Eli A Yoder, 4484 TR 371, Millersburg, OH (330) 893-2037. NEW IDEA 212 PTO manure spreader, single beater with slop gate, $850. 330-852-0722. FOR SALE: Potato planter; (2) McD #9 mowers; New Spinner Tedders, 2 or 4 star up to 22 ft. Machinery parts & service. Knob View Repair, 4159 CR 59, Baltic, OH. (330) 897-1106 HESSTON 530 Round Baler, John Deere 24T Square Baler, New Holland 456 PTO Mower, New Holland 256 Rake w/dolley. Andy Raber (330) 893-0303 FOR SALE: No. 8 New Idea spreader. Rebuilt, good shape, $1800. Ervin Raber, 13144 TR 474, Big Prairie, OH 44611 1997 FORD New Holland, 60HP PTO, Dual remotes, Only 930 hours, sync trans. Call 330-465-4590  FOR SALE: Milker Diesel, Vaccum pump compresser, 4 complete milker units. 400 gallon Mueller bulk tank stainless steel strainer. Aden J Keim. 3624 C.R 168. Millersburg, 44654. (330) 275-0572 TORO SS4200 Zero turn 42" 19 HP, Kohler engine, Used one season. $1,898. White ZT54 zero turn 54" deck 26 HP Briggs engine pivoting front axle. $1,698. Grasshopper 725K out front zero turn 61" deck, Kohler command engine. $3,750. John Deere 737 zero turn 60" deck 23HP Kawasaki engine. $4,498. Wheel Horse 252H Hydro tractor 38" deck w/ bagger. $1,298. CubCadet HD2135 shaft drive w/ Kohler Command engine. $1,098. John Deere L110 tractor 42" deck 7.5HP Kohler Command engine w/ engine double bagger & snow blade. $1,398. Huqvarna YTh2348 tractor 48" deck, 23HP Intek. $1,498. Southern States tractor 48" deck 25HP Kohler engine. $998. John Deere 170 tractor gear drive 42" deck Kawasaki. $849. Gravley 48" walkbehind belt drive w/ Kawasaki engine excellent condition. $2,198. Scag 52" walkbehind w/ bagger Honda engine belt drive. $1,598. Toro 48" T-2 Hydro drive walkbehind excellent condition. $3,998. Charm Engine LTD 330-893-3033 JOHN DEERE 1240 Plateless Corn Planter, John Deere 494A Plate Corn Planter, Brillion Seeder 8'. Andy Raber (330) 893-0303 FOR RENT Bobcat T300 skid loader, $25/hr.; Bobcat Mini Hoe, $22/hr. +fuel (330) 231-6196 Land Pride 9' Disc Mower, Used 1-2 times, like new, $4,000. Older Ford Back Hoe, diesel. $3,000 OBO (330) 276-5417 or (330) 276-9908 No Sunday Calls 5050 ALIS CHALMERS 4-WD tractor, 50-hp, good rubber, front weights, good condition, $9850/obo. (330) 674-0820†x2 FOR SALE: Pallet forks, new and used, for skid loaders, good quality & price, also Earth Auger and drive unit for skid loaders, Mt. Eaton Tailer, 330-359-0150. FOR SALE: Claas Rollant 46 baler 4x4 bales. Working condition, 330-275-6185 FORD 1510 Tractor, 4x4, 30HP, Good Condition. Asking $5,300. (330) 473-8955 FOR SALE: Farmall M Tractor, Wide front, Good Condition. 33105 TR 231 Baltic, OH (330) 897-2919

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For Sale in Sugarcreek TracTorS: ‘96 JD 5 200, 2WD, 1200hrs, Remotes 50HP $9,500; ‘98 JD 5510, 2WD, Remotes 1500hrs, 80HP $13,500; ‘05 NH TL80a, 1600hrs, 80HP, 12x12 Shuttle $16,000; ‘06 NH TL100a, Deluxe, 2100hrs, 100HP, 24x24 Power Shuttle, 4x4 $24,500; ‘07 Foton704, 4x4, cab, heat, air, Perkins 70HP, Turbo, 160hrs, excellent $14,500; ‘03 Farmtrac 35, 2WD, 35HP, 500hrs $5,500 SkiD STeerS: ‘06 Mustang 2044, 1400hrs, 1450# lift, nice $12,500; ‘04 Volvo Mc90, 1800hrs, Perkins dsl, cab, 2,000# lift, 86HP $11,000; ‘05 Bobcat S220, 1500hrs, Kubota dsl, keyless, 2200# lift $18,000; ‘02 Bobcat 873G, 1100hrs, 73HP, 2400# lift, nice, original $16,000; ‘04 JcB 170, AD12929015 360 lift 1150hrs,02250 Perkins dsl, 1500# $12,300; Gehl10145313 4625, 2100hrs, 1300# lift, Kubota dsl $9,200; NH L555, 3800hrs, 1500# lift, Kubota dsl, work ready $6,700; case 40XT, 1300hrs, 1500# lift, Cummins dsl $13,900; ‘03 NH LS170, 2100hrs, 1750# lift $12,500; Bobcat MT55 mini, 1100hrs, sulky, nice $9,200 MiSceLLaNeouS: kubota L35 Backhoe, 1500hrs, 4x4 $14,900; cat DP 70 forklift 15,500# lift, 3 stage, sideshift, 6000hrs, diesel $21,500; Gradall 534B, 7000hrs, 6000# lift, 38’ reach $12,500; JD 550 dozer, winch, 6 way blade, older unit works good $11,500; JD 450 dozer, 6000 hrs, (works well, but needs head gasket) $14, 500

ohio State equipment Sugarcreek (330) 852-0188

NEW HOLLAND 477 Hay Bine, w/power unit, field ready. (330) 695-6793 NEW VERMEER 8 Wheel B-rake. Also, Skeleton hay elavator. (330) 763-1070 KUBOTA MX5100 tractor, 50 HP, 42 hours, like new. $14,500. David Miller, (330) 674-5499 ext 1.


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ALFALFA & Orchard Grass mix, $6.00/bale (35-lb.) - ($342/ton) BECKS, 330-893-9304. FRESH MAPLE SYRUP, $36/gal. Elmer Yoder, 5184 TR 118, Baltic. 330-893-3687 x1 CERTIFIED ORGANIC Ryelage, Out of field, 4x4 bales, approx May 1st. (330) 567-9009

NOTICE Alfalfa seed $150 for 50-lb. bag. - While supplies last! 4485 TR 368, Millersburg, OH. (330) 893-8404 (6) USED Calf Hutches, $75 each. (330) 897-6904 1ST CUTTING Timothy, small square bales. $7.50 each (330) 472-2613 CLAY FILL, packs really good, excellent for ponds, $2.00/Ton Loaded. (330) 674-1157 Ext 1 400 BALES 1st Cutting Timothy Alfalfa mix horse hay, $6.50/Bale, (330) 472-2613 FRESH MAPLE SYRUP for Sale. Available in Gallons, 1/2 Gallon, Quarts, & Pints. Noah Yoder 6928 CR 407, Millersburg. (330) 674-1000 GENERIC ROUND Up, 2-1/2 Gal & 30 gal, Valley Farm Supply (330) 852-4750 TAKING ORDERS for organic oatlage and baleage. (330) 567-2249. HORSE HAY, wheat straw, small squares, round bales & large squares. Call Jason 330-473-7905. 40 FIRST cutting round bales, baleage, $85 ea. (330) 472-2613 FOR SALE. 7 ft locust posts, some split, mostly round. $4.50 each. Wayne L Hershberger, 5901 CR 349, Millersburg. 330-674-0498 ext 2. 1ST CUTTING Timothy mix hay, 30 small square bales, $4.50 each. (330) 473-2369.


TAKING ORDERS for strawberries. We pick or you pick. Marvin Hershberger, 8100 S. Apple Creek Rd., Fredericksburg. FIRST CUTTING Timothy mixed hay, small square bales. Abe Raber, 5150 CR 229, Fredericksburg. 44627 (330) 695-6793. WESTERN TOP quality dairy hay. Call Jason, 330-473-7905. FOR SALE. 2nd cutting alfalfa mixed hay, $350./ ton. Eli A Yoder, 4484 TR 371, Millersburg. (330) 893-2037. FOR SALE: NEW Holland Elavator 38' (Hay and Grain).Eli S. Miller. County Road 600. (330) 897-0307†x1 LARGE 5X6 Round Hay Bales, Stored outside, $40 ea. (330) 276-5417 or (330) 276-9908 Please No Sunday Calls FOR SALE: Old hay in small bales. Also tire changer, $75.00. Also two 13" tires, $40.00/ both. (330) 264-6256. FOR SALE: 12% High Energy Horse Feed, free delivery available. Call for pricing, evening calls welcome. (330) 359-0150 PASTURE FOR Rent. Room for 6 Heifers, Daniel E. Miller. 330-674-1879 (60) BALES 2nd Cutting Alfalfa Grass Hay, $6.50/Bale. (50) 3rd Cutting Pure Alfalfa Hay, w/leaves still attached, $7.50/Bale. Reuben Schlabach (330) 674-7517

LARGE MOVING sale. Boflex home gym, gas & charcoal grills, diamond saw blades, Brother word processor, pellet gun, wine making supplies, EU2000 generator, much more. May 10 & 11, 7-dark. 8324 TR 562, Holmesville. GARAGE SALE: May 10 & 11, 7:30am. More yard sales in area. Gas refrig., girls dresses, some antiques, new Raleigh bikes boy & girl, gun, small hand tools, new saddle, word lathe & sander, like new 15" Dewalt planer, school desk, New Lapierre Racer Bike, misc. 8020 TR 551, Holmesville. MAY 10 & 11. Fri., 7-7; Sat., 7-2. Huge 4 family. Stroller bike cart, 4 wrought iron bar chairs, 6 dining room chairs, glider/ rocker, green & burgundy reclining couch, fake ficus tree, speakers, movies, Whirlpool washer, patio umbrella, dishware & kitchenware, shoes, boots & clothes, wooden garage door screens, lots more. 8100 TR 562, Holmesville. More sales in area. MAY 10-11, 8am. White Crib, Changing table, Fax machine, Eco-Bricks, Teaching supplies, Books, Udderly EZ Hand Milker for goats or cows, Lots More. 8405 TR 565, Holmesville. COUNTY LINE Trading Post Inside the barn at Wholesome Valley Farm Bargains and Treasures, from A to Z 927 US 62 Wilmot, OH 440-477-0950 ESTATE SALE. May 3-4, & May 10-11 8am-4pm. 4 piece bedroom suite, curio cupboard, antiques, glassware, china, household. 1979 CR 575, 1 mile North of Baltic Nursing Home. High quality items.  HARVEST THRIFT STORE of Killbuck GREAT DEALS!! Bring this ad in for 10% off MAY 10-11, 6:30am-? Mark Troyer,

Expression II Cricut, like new-$175; L. Tikes bike cart-$50; baby swing, highchair, walker, baby clothes, dishes & misc. items.

FOR SALE Split seasoned firewood, slab wood & also boom truck loads available. Also hollow cmpfire logs 330 231-8462.


MULTI-FAMILY GARAGE Sale, Same day as Moreland, May 17-18, 7:30-dark, Lots of little girls dresses, motorcycle helmet, new dishes, baby clothes, alum pile. Raymond Miller, 7873 Hoy Rd. Fredericksburg.

Firewood Fuel 8231 Twp.Rd. 561, Holmesville.

Farm Products Produce

FIRST CUTTING Wrapped Baleage, 1 2 % Protein, 50% Moisture, $85 per 4x4 Round Bale. (330) 472-2613

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Garage Yard Sales

MULTI FAMILY, May 10-11, 8am. (same days as Windy Knoll Fabric Sale) Clothes, home decor, pressure cooker, Troy Built tiller, pre-annuals, dishes, rubber stamps & school supplies. Nathan Miller, 9834 CR 329, Holmesville GARAGE SALE: MAY 17-18th. Curio, Tupperware, Homemade cards, Clothes, New car seat, New DeMaria ball bat, Lots of misc. More garage sales in neighborhood. John E. Troyer. 1482 CR 600. New Bedford.  HUGE MULTI Family Garage Sale, May 15-16, Dawn to Dusk. Crib, micro stand, twin girls baby clothes, dresses,, baby items, glassware, bee supplies. Lots of Misc. Roman Miller, 9434 SR 241. Between Ashery and Mt. Eaton  MULTI FAMILY. May 10 & 11, 7am-? 10324 James Rd, Fredericksburg. Treadmill, basketball hoop, Rainbow & Hoover sweeper, saddles, recliner, bird cage, books, games, 12 ft boat with trailer, lots of misc. More sales in area. GRAMP'S & Gram's Flower Patch, Annuals, Perennial, Baskets, Veg Plants, Men, Women & Girls Clothes, All sizes, Boys 12m - 4T, Microwaves, Kitchen Items, Bedding, Hospital Bed, Lots of Misc. 8073 Critchfield Rd. Shreve, 9-6, Mon-Sun.

Garage Yard Sales

LARGE BENEFIT GARAGE SALE. May 17, 2-8 & May 18, 9-3. Berlin Christian Fellowship, 5382 CR 201, near Berlin. Huge variety including: fabric, craft items, BCS Gardener w/ tiller & snow blower attachments, child air hockey, propane stove & water heater, decor, children clothes. Proceeds benefit missionary family. BEACHYS BARGAIN Barn shelves are stocked. Bikes, golf, base & soft balls, bike cart for 2 children, strollers, porta crib, books, lots more. 1 mi. South of Kline Lumber. 4578 TR 369 Millersburg, OH 330-893-7902 GARAGE SALE! Table saw, Recliner, Car seat, Stamp and supplies, clothes, books, Scrap materials, and lots more. May 17th-18th, 7a-8p. 8383 Hoy Road, Fredericksburg. BALTIC GARGAGE Sale, May 17-18, Sofa Table, Princess House, China, Boys nb-3T, Girls 2T, Tupperware, Area Rug. 125 S Butler St, Baltic. GARAGE SALE! May 17-18, 8am-?, Gas floorlamp & stand, hanging lamps, pony cart, double rocker, high chairs, walkers, old magazines, 5 new 38-43 pairs of pants, perennials. 7750 Non-Pariel Rd, Fredericksburg. CHARM/WALNUT CREEK GARAGE SALES! May 30, 31 & June 1 •Vernon M. Hershberger, 3746 TR 371. Mlbg. Multi family 7am. Mantis tiller, changing table, baby items, boys & girls clothes 0-6. Lots more! Maps available. 330-893-2620 •Ivan M. Raber, 3889 TR 157. Charm Area. Multi Family 7am-?. Jogging stroller, cars seat, baby gate, Gas floor lamp, Lots of Clothes from baby to adult. Much more! •Mervin O. Shetlers, 4173 TR 402, Sugarcreek, Charm. Multi Family 7am Clothes, dishes, trinkets, shoes, toddler bed, Misc. . . •Roy W Yoder, 3989 TR 157, near Charm. Multi Family. Children's desk, perennials, adult & children's shoes and clothing, decor, toys. •3128 CR 135 Millersburg. 7am. Teacher supplies, New copier typewriters, block target compond bow with arrows, bow case in good condition, propane iron, baby items, shirts, twin stroller, perennials, lots more. •Atlee H. Yoder, 4228 TR 157, Sugarcreek. Car seat, toddler swing, crib, books, lots of misc items, girls bike, old bottles, antique crib, baked goods. •David M. Raber, 3683 TR 157. 5+ Family Sale, 8am. Bikes, bike cart, electric, air compressor, 20qt canner, antique pedal car, sewing machines, crocks, 80 Correlle plates, cookware, baby clothes, dresses, lots more! FRI. & Sat., May 10 & 11. Same days as Double H Greenhouse sales. Atlee C Yoder's, 4901 TR 117, Baltic. MULTI FAMILY GARAGE SALE, May 10th & 11th. Clothes, shoes, toys, books, lots of baby clothes, tools, bunnies, perennials and more. Same days as Windy Knoll Fabrics Sale. More garage sales in area. Vernon Miller's, 9675 CR 329, Holmesville, OH. 44633. 4-FAMILY GARAGE SALE: May 10-11. Bikes, clothes, boots, Necchi battery sewing machine, coffee tbl., books, lots of misc. 9784 CR 329, Holmesville / Firman Yoder's.


Horses Livestock

FOR SALE: 16 yr old Tennessee Walker gelding. Good trail horse. $600/ obo. Also, Australian hornless trail saddle $250. (330) 763-4016 WANTED: Older draft or cross-bred team. Please state age & price. (330) 897-1106 3 YEARS old gelding, Political BriefingHarmonious, trotter, fresh, will make a nice family horse. 2 years old gelding, trotting bred, stout black horse, will get good. Marcus Mullet, (330) 852-2826.

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WANTED: PASTURE for Heifers this summer. Fredericksburg/Mt. Hope Area. Wayne Weaver, 9183 CR 77, 330-473-2416 THOROUGHBRED GELDING, $400 B l a c k Morgan Filly, 2 yr olds, halter broke, Stud fee for miniature donkey. (330) 695-5593

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.

FOR SALE: 5 yr old Standard Bred Gelding. And 7 yr old Standard Bred Mare, TSS. Leave message (330) 674-1694 Ext 2

2 EWES, Dorset-Polypay, 2 yr old. $150 ea. John Barkman, 7884 TR 508 Lakeville OH 44638

AT STUD, 36" black Appaloosa miniature horse, $45. fee. Vernon Yoder, 6135 TR 362, Millersburg, OH 44654. FOR SALE. 3 year old Dutch cross gelding, buggy broke, 2yr old Standard Bred Halflinger Cross $800. $2500. Miniature pony, kid broke to ride, $300. Buggy harness with breast collar, $325. (330) 264-8705. FOR SALE: (5) Sheep w/lambs, 3yrs 1-1/2yrs, (330) 674-0809† (2) FRIESIANS Cross 1yr old & 2 yr old, full brothers, not broke. (330) 472-2613

KATAHDIN EWES with lambs. Angus cow - due soon. Roy L. Miller. 3915 T.R. 366, Millersburg. (330) 893-4408 FOR SALE: 15 year old standard bred dark bay gelding. Sound, not quite traffic safe. Women can drive.10559 Salt Creek RD. Fredericksburg OH. 44627 FOR SALE: Older Registered Standard Bred Sierra Cosmos Mare, Good Quality Brood Mare, (330) 472-9717

STANDING AT Stud. Black & white 41" pony, very sharp. Service fee $40. Phone (330) 852-3727 ext 2. FOR SALE: 14 mo old, Black R e g i s t e r e d Limosin Bull, (330) 674-2878 3 YR old Dutch Percheron Cross Gelding, TSS, (330) 695-6793 8 YEARS old trotter, TSS, fast traveler, ready for long trips, needs regular work, $2700. 5 years old trotter, TSS, family horse, good broke, $2800. Pigmy goat nanny, $150. 10400 Lower Trail Rd, Dundee. 330-904-3047.

BAY MORGAN stallion, at stud or for sale. Sire: Funquest Cafallero. Dam: Wyoming Flyhawk Granddaughter. Old Foundation breeding on both sides. Service fee $250. or sell for $2500. Call (330) 897-4503.  FOR SALE: 2 yr old Belgain, Broke. 10yr old Black Crossbred Gelding, Women can drive, TS, Has been our surrey horse for 5 yr. 3yr old Brown Gelding, Women can drive, TSS, Broke, Buggy Size. (330) 897-0014  FOR SALE: 3 yr. old gray and white Jack, broke. Steven Mast, 4198 TR 606, Fredericksburg, OH 44627

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7 YEARS old team of Belgian geldings, bred sorrel stand 17.1, well matched. Good solid team that will do lots of work. Well broke. (740) 552-1722.

2 YEAR old dairy bull, available until June 15. Half Holstein, quarter short horn & quarter jersey. Jeff Miller, 330-231-9647.

FOR SALE: Paint Tennessee Walker Gelding, 10 yrs old, has been on trail rides. 740-623-0459

 DONKEY PAINT Jenny. Nice coloration, Good mother, may be pregnant. Coyote protection. $175. (330) 418-6300

11 MO old trotting filly, a good 14H, Dark brown, Out of Sierra Crown, $600 (330) 893-0314 WANTED: PASTURE for 8 smaller heifers, Wyman Troyer, (330) 897-7403 WOOL BUYING and Sheep Shearing, Book Now! Wool Bags available if needed. Marvin (330) 893-7037 Ext 3 or Vernon (330) 893-2620

YEARLING 1/2 FRIESIAN and 1/2 S.T.B filly; also, 8 year old S.T.B mare, traffic safe and sound, good boy's horse, reason for selling-- too much for wife and kid. Levi Yoder 8050 Weaver Road Fredericksburg, OH. 330-763-3667

JERSEY HOLSTEIN cross cow, very gentle, milks easy. $850. 330-852-0722.

3 YEARS old Suffold ram. Produces good average. Even-tempered. (330) 897-0086.

5 YR old Trotting Gelding, in buggy 3 mo, bay with white markings, good barn manners, travels fast, drives good, sharp horse. 15.2H, $2,500 (330) 893-0314

FOR SALE. 4 years old sorrel cross bred mare, TSS, surrey size horse, $2500. David H Yoder, 2905 TR 406, Millersburg. (330) 893-2892.

WANTED: ROUND open top hanging chicken feeders, Jacob Mast (330) 279-2486

BEEF BEEF (3) feeders and one bred cow, Angus, Pied, Simm, Crosses, AI Genetics, Millersburg (330) 466-3091 KATAHDIN RAM, 5 or 6 years old, $175. (330) 275-7852.

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FOR SALE: Paint ponies; 3 year old 52" Gelding and 2 yr old 50" Gelding. Both broke to ride and drive. Also, 8 year old Black and white 38" mini stud. Sires all paint colts. Allen Miller. 5571 CR 68. Millersburg. (330) 893-4908 3 YEAR OLD Westgate crown gelding. Tss, buggy size, family or boy's horse. Andy Yoder 6000 T.R. 607 Fredericksburg, OH 44627 GOATS FOR Sale, pure bred Nubians, (2) 2 yr old milking nannies, $150 ea. 9 mo old Billy $150. Kids $75 ea. 330-317-7057 FOR SALE: 6 years old registered chestnut morgan gelding. Safe for women & older people. 330-674-4739. GOATS MILK - for kids, lambs, or fawns. Henry J Miller, 330-852-3363.

1st Annual Freedom Hills Benefit Auction & Haystack Supper

FOR SALE: 14 yr. old standardbred gelding. Dk. brown with 4 white feet. Been a family horse for 9 yrs. Sharp, $800. Henry Miller, 6884 Saltcreek Rd., Fredericksburg, OH 44627 5 YR old Paint pony mare, 53 inches, up headed, good for long trips. Broke to ride & drive. $850. (330) 359-5674. FOR SALE: ALPINE nanny goat, good family milker; (2) 1 yr. old Alpine Saanen nannies; 2 yr. old Saanen billy. All out of good stock. 16113 Baumgartner Rd., Dalton, OH. 44618. (330) 857-6393. FOR SALE: 3 yr old Pony, well broke, TSS, 52"H, 4 white socks & stripe. Also cart and harness. New Bedford, Andy Hershberger, 330-897-0615 (2) AMHR Reg'd Black & white stallions, 4 yr. old, 27"($750) & 1 yr. old 29" ($250). 330-852-4293 or 330-7631193. FOR SALE: 14 year old standard bred mare, all trot, has papers. 330-893-3920

East Gate Auction Sat. May 11, 9:55 a.m.

Coins, Guns, 57 Chevy, Antiques

14042 East Gate Ave. Newcomerstown,Oh 43832 Antiques & Collectibles: Railroad Switch Light, {2}Dry Sinks, Oak Dresser, Round Oak Kitchen Table, Lane Cedar Chest, Floor Model Radio, Pedal Tractor, Pedal Cars, Schwinn Bicycles, Rollfast Bicycles, Western Flyer Bicycles, 1938 Schwinn Womans Bike W/ Springer Front End, Schwinn Orange County Chopper Stingray, Drop Front China Cabinet, Press Steel Toys, Buddy L,Tonka, Structo, Allstate Race Track,Marx Steam Engine Train in Box, Wind-Up Cars, Friction Cars, GM Promo Cars, Boxes Of Model Cars, Carriage Horse Clock, Coke Clocks, Clocks Made by Gene Riffle from Newcomerstown, Tube Radios, Cy Young Plates, 1911 Miskimen Hardware Calendar Plate, Newcomerstown , Depression Glass, Carnival Glass, Pitcher & Bowl, Viking, Weller, Crocks, Maytag Wringer Washer, Pitcher Pump, Gas Station Items, Gas Cans. Cast Iron Skillets ,Griswold ,Wagner Automobile: 1957 Chevy Belaire 4 Door Original 283 motor Coins: 1924 St. Gaudens Double Eagle Brilliant UNC.,1900 S $5 Dollar Gold Brilliant, 1901 S $5 Dollar Gold Brilliant., 1902 $5 Dollar Gold AU., 1853 2 1/2 Dollar Gold Coin AU., (6) 1922 Peace Dollars., (4) 1923 Silver Dollars., Indian Head Penny Sets- 1901,1902,1903,19 04,1905,1906,1907,1908., Indian Head Penny Sets- 1891,1892,1893 ,1895,1897,1898,1899., 1964 Cy Young Token Coin. Guns: 1952 Belgium Browning Sweet Sixteen Vent Rib Barrel, Stevens Mod. 240 410/410 Over & Under (Rare) 2 Barrel Set, Hobkins & Allen XL #1 Pat. March 23,1871 22 Revolver, (2) Ruger 3 Screw 22/22 Mag Convertible, Remington 870 12 Ga. Pump W/ Slug Barrel. Ruger 96/22 Lever Action Never Fired no longer Produced . Household: Recliner, Overstuff Chair, End Tables, Table & Floor Lamps, Microwave, Rockers, Refrigerator, Washer, TV.

Location; The Auction will be held at the Mt Hope Produce Auction 7701 SR 241 Millersburg, OH 44654 Approx. 2 Miles west of Mt Hope on St Rt 241.

Friday May 17th

Serving starts @ 4 P.M., Auction starts 5 P.M.

Items Included; ,1995 Winnebago 34’ Adventure series 61000 miles sleeps 6, 50” Toro Zero turn riding mower,48”Pro Vi Scag walk behind mower, 6x10 Chicken coop, 5 ‘ cypress glider, 2’ cypress glider, coffee table, end table, 3 pc. 1 table, 2 chairs, food basket, dog house , bed & breakfast gift certificates, 2 wheeled dump cart w/hitch, Florida trip gift certificate, Florida house rental for a week, corn hole games, pressure washer, landscaping stones, bedroom furniture, patio furniture, new bikes , lawn and garden tools, small hand tools, lots of items will show up on day of sale. Drop off Donations at: Holmes Power, Air Works , Berlin Gardens, Wooden Leaf, Jake Chupp, Knob View, Miller Gun Shop, Mose Beachy , Daniel Yoder Mt Eaton Area. Note; Auctioneers Welcome.

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Horses Livestock

FOR SALE: 9 yr. old reg'd Halflinger mare, broke single & double & also rides, tss. (330) 897-0850

FOR SALE: Romanov ram lamb, bred for production out of Quintiblers. Also older ram, $400.00. Norman Yoder, 4454 CR 229, Fredericksburg. Across from Stonypoint.

8 YR old Belgian gelding, broke to most farm machinery. Also 1 yr old Belgian stud colt, red sorrel, white mane & tail. (330) 231-5219.

AT STUD, HBMS Pepper Rage, black Morgan stallion. Sire: Kauai. Hollybrook stage rage son. Dam: Bell Pepper Daughter. Will take a few outside mares. Service fee $400. (330) 897-4503. FOR SALE: 6 yr old Paint Mare, has been on trail ride., Also, 4 yr old Pony Gelding, 54", Kid Broke to ride & drive, Ivan Barkman (330) 897-3018† Ext 1

5 YEAR old gilding, Revenue-S-Sierra Cosmos, 16.1 hands, black with strip & 2 white socks. Good traveler, TSS, $5400. Also 8 yr old gelding, SSJ'S Caviar, 16.1 hands, 2 white socks, in buggy 4 years, TSS, $2800. obo. (330) 852-4062. ONE ORGANIC jersey Holstein cross heifer, due 5/23/13. Also Swedish red Holstein cross, would make good family cow. (330) 852-0647. PASTURE FOR rent for 4 or 5 heifers. Abe Yoder, (330) 695-2141.

JOB FAIR EXPO Attend the “Holmes County Employment Expo” on Thursday, May 16, 2013, from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m., at The Saint Peter Catholic Center. The event is located at 379 South Crawford Street, Millersburg, OH 44654. The Job Fair is a great opportunity to connect your skills with an Employer’s needs. Questions? Call the Employment and Training Connection at 800-971-7979 or 330-674-1111.

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, May 13, 2013 5:00 PM

(Selling in 2 rings both starting at 5:00 PM) Primitives* Collectibles * Furniture Early steel wheel cart: butcher block; drop leaf table; old cans; nice oak hutch; shop stand; tins; signs; pitcher pump; crocks; churns; barn windows; Remington box; Perfect Circle Piston Ring signs; Oak Motor Oil sign, double sided; Goodyear sign; Chester Field sign; ice skates; Coke signs; baskets; records; sofa-lounge; newer Kenmore washer & dryer; recliner; good clean household; drafter’s table; plank table; queen bed; bookcases; lots of concrete yard ornaments; garden pond; hand tools; corner hutch; misc. stands; egg baskets; old bowling pins; glassware including Fenton. *Both rings will be full again* Note: Visit for photos and updates by 5:00pm Friday, May 10. 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

Guns & Coins Not On Premises Til Day Of Sale Signs Posted, Lunch Stand provided by local 4-H Terms: Cash Or Local Check Day of Auction

Ron Hickman, Auctioneer and Realtor


For more info, contact; Jeremy Erb 330-852-4245 or Daniel Troyer 330-852-2255 Steve Chupp 330-465-4725

Mark It Sold By Ron!

Specializing in Farms and Estates 310 W. Main Street Newcomerstown, OH 43832 Office: 740-498-5275 Cell: 330-204-1025 Grapevine Real Estate If It Has To Be SOLD, Call Ron!!!


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 FOR SALE: OLDER Male, Mule, 16#, Broke to all farm machinery, single & double. Anyone can ride & drive.(330) 897-1457† Ext. 4 STANDING AT stud: 37" black-white paint pony stud. Atlee Gingerich, 9047 S. Kansas Rd., Fredericksburg, OH 44627 7 Yr. old standardbred gelding, 16.2 surrey horse deluxe. 330-600-0450. FOR SALE: 6 yr old Begain Gelding, R e d Roan Big and well broke. $2,200. New Bedford. Andy Hershberger 330-897-0615 FOR SALE: 2 years old Belgian gelding & 4 years old Belgian gelding, both well broke. David H Yoder, 2905 TR 406, Millersburg. (330) 893-2892. POULTRY OR small animal buildings, assorted sizes, 12x16, 8x12, 4x12, 4x4. All used, very good condition. Dozens to choose from. Call for prices & description. 740-824-4855 WANTED: PASTURE to rent for beef cattle. Call 330-317-2833 or write to 9809 State Route 39. Millersburg, 44654. ONE KATAHDIN/ DORPER cross ewe with lamb, $225. (330) 600-0336.

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4 YEARS old brown standard bred mare, up headed, fresh horse, 90% trot, $1900. (330) 695-2153.

FOR SALE: 4 yr. old Black standard bred gelding. TSS family horse. Aden C. Troyer, 3210 CR 600, Mbg., OH 330-893-0711 ext.. 1.  REGISTER HACKNEY Pony. Broke, TSS, fun to drive. Not for small kids. Call 330-600-2545 STUD, BLACK & White 52" Pony, Very nice and sensable. Service fee $40. (330) 698-0538  FOR SALE: 7 yr. old standard bred gelding. Traffic safe & sound. Sire C.R. Commander, Jacob Weaver, 10559 Salt Creek Rd., Fredericksburg, OH 44627 11 YR old Gray Percheron Gelding, Team of 4 & 5 yr old Percheron Morgan Cross Mares, 8 yr old Percheron Mare, 12 yr old Belgain Mare. Horses are broke to most farm machinery. (330) 359-5570

Sugarcreek Office Post Office Box 422 1047 West Main Street Sugarcreek, Ohio 44681 Phone 330.852.4111 Toll Free 888.852.4111 Fax 330.852.4099

ORGANIC YEARLING heifers, well conditioned, ready for pasture. Also Organic fall freshening heifers. (330) 852-0519.

7 YEAR old Dutch cross sorrel, 3 whites & stripe, TSS, buggy size, $2500. Michael Barkman, 330-600-1502.

16 yr. old Belgian mare, kid broke, very well mannered. Marion Miller, 10627 Senff Road, Dundee OH 44624. (330) 359-1127.

HAFLINGER 2 years old Red Sorrel gelding. Good broke for a 2 years old. (330) 852-9701 YEARLING KORRY Conqueror son. Out of a good mare line. 330-439-3097 JERSEY SERVICE Bull, 14 mo old, $650. 330-600-0560 JERSEY BULL: 8 mon. old polled, $400. Andy A. Troyer, CR 19, Millersburg, 674-1860 ext. 2. BLACK QUARTER horse gelding, great for trails, $1200. Also paint stallion, bi-eyed, proven, $600. (740) 824-4361 or 740-502-7343.

New Philadelphia Office

141 Front SE New Philadelphia, OH 44663 Phone 330.602.4111 Fax 330.602.4114

Millersburg Office 40 West Jackson Street Millersburg, Ohio 44654 Phone 330.674.7355 Fax 330.674.0612

2 PAINT Riding Horses, well broke to ride, 1-Registered Mare, 1-Gelding. (330) 674-4505 (330)22852-4111 FOR SALE: (born Jan & Feb.) Polypay 888-852-4111 ewe lambs. Can be registered. Dan Mast, (330) 763-4136 FOR SALE: 4 year old black pony gelding. Broke to ride and drive. Medium size. Orus Mast , 330-473-9077

10 YR OLD Paint Gelding, Rides with spirit, also drives. Wyman Yoder (330) 893-2095†Ext 1

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1 year warranty on all bulbs STANDING AT Stud, black dutch harness, 4 white socks and star, sired by Wouter, Service fee-$200. Standing At Henry L. Hershberger, 4759 TR 369, Millersburg, OH. 330-893-0029 GOOD PEDIGREED Holstein Bulls, Delivery Available. Henry Yoder, 7445 CR 51 Big Prairie. 1 cross bred ram lamb. $50. John J. Miller 8455 Cutter Road. Fredericksburg, OH. 44627 REGISTERED BULL, Fever son, DamTalent, 24,000# of milk, 4. Fat, 3. Protein. Sanchez son, Dam Mister Sam, 25,600# of milk, 3.8 Fat, 3.2 Protein. Marion Mullet (330) 852-4750 4 PURE BRED Katahdin ewes, 1-5 yrs old, in good health, $185 each. (330) 279-2066. FOR SALE: 3 yr old Angus Bull, and 18 mo old short horn bull. (330) 852-2887 STUD SERVICE: 32" paint mini pony $40. John Miller (740) 622-1109. (Near Fender's Fish Hatchery). FOR SALE: Lamancha Dairy goat. $ 1 4 0 . 8170 Township Rd 662, Dundee. (330) 592-4199


5518 Rhine Rd, Berlin

Jake Schlabach


2230 CR 168 Dundee, Ohio 44624 Picturesque property in East Holmes! 11.6 open and wooded acres w/ 3 BR 2.5 Bath home. Large 3 car attached garage. New 50x70 shop. Stocked Pond $500,000 Krista Raber 330-231-2230

6 Watt 102 LED $18.25 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 CREEKSIDE FASHIONS TO FURNITURE (330) 275-4048. Come in, help us celebrate our 1st Anniversary in the month of May Get $5 off your total on every customer. Love seat, Floral couch, Recliner, Rocker with ottoman, Twin size boxsprings and mattresses, Full size bed frame, Chest of Drawer, China hutch, Drop leaf table with 1 leaf and 6 chairs included, 2 Light colored kitchen chairs, Cargo carrier, Patio sets with umbrella, Garden tools, Shop tools, Lots of clothing, Kitchenware including Lifetime cookware. Items change daily due to sales. Coming soon: New tupperware. SET OF Maple bunk beds, Toy Story toddler bed, tons of kids toys, kids Red Lighting McQueen table w/ chairs, 16" boys bike & adult 26", 330-231-8081. for ice box. $150. Pete Miller Jr, (330) 674-3138.

Back To Life Machine (therapeutic back machine, was $199--will sell for $129. (330) 674-6167

IMMEDIATE OPPORTUNITY The Daily Record and Dix Communications have an immediate opening for a Sales Representative working as a member of our outside sales force. Candidate must have excellent communication skills, a willingness to achieve and a proven track record. Candidate should be aggressive and self-motivated. College degree in marketing a plus. Position includes salary plus commission and benefit package. Work hours are MonFri. 8am-5pm.

7435 TR 129, Millersburg Country home with bank barn on 2.4 acres just outside of Millersburg. Room for horses and ready for summer! TR 129. $155,000 Steve Maag 330-763-4769

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


10 Watt 60 Chip $24.35

Advertising Account Executive:


Very nice 3 BR, 2 BA home. Oak cabinets, 2 car garage on nearly 1 acre lot with nice views. $179,000

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Household Furnishings FOR SALE. Chest type freezer, suitable

FOR SALE: Knee Hole Desk, $50, (2) Propane Gas Lamps $30 ea. (1) Kerosene Lamp $50. OBO on all items. Robert Yoder(330) 695-2026





SMOKEY LANE STABLES AUCTION May 10th, Tack 5:30 p.m, Horses 7 p.m. Expecting several loads from dealers and good locals. Consigned: 8 yr old gelding by International Chip, Westgate Crown. Accepting consignments of all breeds of horses through sale day, also new and used tack. Riding Horse and Pony sale report for May 4, 106 head, top pony $2,000, top horse $1500. Next Riding Horse and Pony Sale June 1. Catalog consignments due May 20. HOSPICE BAKE SALE, May 10 at stables. 686 Smokey Lane Rd. Sugarcreek, OH 44681. 330-852-2237. Auctioneer Myron Miller.

1 PURE BRED Katahdin ram, black & white, 3 years old, produces good color, $200. (330) 279-2066.

1047 West Main Street Sugarcreek, Ohio 44681 330-852-4111 (330) 852-4111 40 West Jackson St., Millersburg, Ohio 44654 888-852-4111 330-674-7355 Toll Free: 888-852-4111

1 BLUE & 1 CREAM color La-Z-Boy recliners, couch, 2 nice big chest of drawers, 2 knee-hole desks, bookshelves, good woden table w/3 leaves-7' long, kitchen cabs., 2, 3 & 4 drawer file cabs, beds & bed frames, baby crib, coffee tbl., swivel barstool, new all size deluxe mattress sets. (2 mi. W. of Becks Mills) 2529 TR 110, Mlsbrg. 330 674-0944

DORSET-POLYPAY CROSS Lambs for sale, $150 ea. (330) 359-6149 THREE 5X8 CONCRETE feed bunks. (330) 897-4536.

Household Furnishings

SOLID MAPLE Bedroom Suit, 4-piece, 2 dressers, large mirror, & queen bed w/head & foot board. Absolute mint condition. $1,200 (330) 897-1325

STANDING AT stud. 52 inch Paint black & white Homozygous pony stallion. Allen E Miller, 5571 CR 68, Millersburg, OH 44654. (330) 893-4908.

2 HOLSTEIN Heifers, 8-10 month old. $550 each (330) 897-1459


KATADIN EWES & Ram lambs, Sugarcreek. (330) 215-1010

AT STUD, Registered Quarter Horse Stallion, Strawberry Roan, (330) 464-1502, 5332 TR 606, Fredericksburg.



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FOR SALE: Holstein Heifer Calves, r i g h t off the farm. (330) 893-7611

DRICO BREEDING GILTS York x Hamp Cross Ted Kluding, 419-663-1806 (Cell) 419-577-5344

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Please send your resume to: Advertising Director The Daily Record 212 E. Liberty St. Wooster, OH 44691

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TC IMPACT 50 cal. muzzle loader with Nikon 3-9 Prostaff scope & accessories. Camo stock, used 2 times, $300. Phone (330) 698-0467. HORTON LEGEND Crossbow, w/arrows, quiver, easy draw, and hard bow case. Great Condition. $350 or Make Offer. (330) 674-0944 Minnkota Trolling Motor, 30lb Thrust, 5sp., Excellent condition. $85. (330) 897-6602 ATTN: ELK Hunters New, Win Md 70's in Stock 300 Win Mag-300 WSM-7mm Rem Mag. Special Price $599 USED Ruger Md 77 MkII 30-06 - $539. Call Marty - Erb's Sports 330-231-0315 FOR SALE: Remmington Express 870, 2 barrels, scope & sling, $450. (330) 897-7403

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FOR SALE: 50" Gravely walk behind mower with Kawasaki engine. Good cond. $1750. Dan Mast, (330) 763-4136.

FOR SALE: 48" Gravely Lawn Mower, 15HP Kawasaki motor, bagger included. Excellent condition. Norman Troyer (330) 893-3673

48 LINEAR Ft Foundation Sandstone, 12"x18", various lengths. Call 330-465-4590


WILL DO. garden plowing, tilling, brush hogging, and get your new lawn ready for seeding. Henry J Miller, 330-852-3363.

FOR SALE. k.d. lumber: 4/4 prime qtr. sawn w.o., $2.75. 4/4 1-com. qtr. sawn w.o., $2.15. 4/4 rustic qtr sawn w.o., $1.50. 4/4 rustic hickory, 95¢. 4/4 prime hickory, $1.35. 4/4 prime poplar, $1.05. 4/4 prime brown maple, $1.35. 4/4 1-com brown maple, 90¢. 4/4 1-com & btr. sassafras, 85¢. 4/4 prime cherry, $1.35. 4/4 1-com cherry, $1.10. 4/4 rustic cherry, 95¢. Mullet Run Lumber, (330) 893-4085.

NICE HUSQVANA Lawn Tractor, 20HP, 42" cut, Kohler engine, comes with rear chains, $950. (330) 674-1492


TORO SELF propelled super recycler 21" lawn mower, bagger and electric start. Used 2 seasons, $300 OBO. 330-674-0507

JOHN DEERE snow plow, fits 200 series tractor, 4 legged decal. $55.00. (330) 275-7852.

BUCKEYE COMPOST Will deliver. Henry J Miller, 330-852-3363.

CUB CADET 1440 HydroStat riding mower, has been completely rebuilt. 44" mowing deck, shaft drive, bar tread tires, very good cond. $1800. (330) 852-2742, ask for Christian Troyer.

18HP HUSKY, 46" cut, 6 spd, new battery, Onan engine, $350. (330) 276-0219.

LIGHTLY USED 16" Task Force brand reel mower for sale, $65.00. 330-663-1868.

SNAPPER REAR Tine Tiller, very good condition. (330) 852-4803

BEAR CAT shredder / chipper, used twice, warranty. Call (330) 231-8795

16' FIBERGLASS Canoe, needs some repair, $100 (330) 897-6602

Lawn & Garden

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VINYL STORAGE Barns, and Portable Garages. Built to last. 2012 lot models on sale. Affordable Barn Co. ltd, Mt. Hope (330) 674-3001

GARDEN TILLING at reasonable rates. Call Nate 330-359-5181 or John at 330-231-7789

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

EVERGREENS FOR sale. Norway, Colorado, White Spruce & Hemlock. (330) 231-8115.

54" JOHN Deere walk behind mower, electric start, exc. cond. $2,500. obo. (330) 893-3228.


Moving to assisted living and will sell the following real estate at absolute auction on location at 2006 Cleveland Road, Wooster, Ohio. Located at the junction of Cleveland, Ihrig, and Portage.

MONDAY MAY 20, 2013 6:00 P.M.


A Springtime opportunity. Selling a brick 2 story home with over 1990 square feet of living space. 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, and loads of living space. Plus a 2 car garage and colorful landscaping. The location gives easy access to anywhere in town. A well built home that needs a new owner. And it sells to the high bidder. No minimums. No reserves. Terms are 10% down day of auction and balance due at closing. Arrange your financing and come bid your judgment. No buyer premium. You pay what you bid. OPEN HOUSE SATURDAY MAY 11 2:00-4:00 P.M. ROBERT M. PEARCE, OWNER AUCTIONEER/REALTOR- Dave Acker BROKER- Jack Gant

Miscellaneous Merch.

LAYING HENS, B. Rock R.I.R., $3.00, ready May 16. Also Maple Syrup, $34.00 gallon. Henry J.C. Yoder. (330) 893-3148. FOR SALE: buggy with child seat. Front lights, brakes, $1200. Roman Miller, 8190 TR 656, Fredericksburg, OH. 330-359-5027 PLAYSET INCLUDES 10' slide, tower, climbing wall, rope swing, rope ladder. trapeze, various swings, monkey bars, teeter totter, balancing beam. $1,000 or best offer. Millersburg, 330-473-7647. 2 BIG WIDE rubber tires for water troth, no leaks. Henry J Miller, 330-852-3363.

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FOR SALE: Schwinn road bike, no carbon, $200. (330) 674-3999 ext 1. FOR SALE: T14 Martin Houses, Redwood, Cedar, or Pine, Choice of poles, Also S & S Traps. Wildcat Woodcrafts (330) 897-7403  AERATOR Power Unit with 8 HP Honda motor, Drive shaft, Air compressor, Paddlewheel, and Air diffuser. $1,850. Two tables with wheels. 57" wide, 31" high. 21' and 14' long. $100 each. Mark Weaver. 8685 Kaylor Rd, Dundee. 330-852-1612

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WELDED WIRE fence panel, 2x4 holes.5' x 16' or 40" x 16" panels. Hot dipped galvanized after welded. Delivery optional, New Bedford Elevator, 330-897-6492. Hillside Fabrication 330-893-1058 1 1/2 - 2 1/2 - 3 yds. self dumping hoppers, $500 to $750. Used pallet jack, $125. (330) 674-0889 USED WOODEN pallets for sale. Various sizes. $2-$3. each. (330) 231-7160. 50 GALLON electric water heater, good condition. Also Honeywell electric fuel oil furnace, excellent condition. Phone (330) 439-8204.

FOR SALE: Boys 18 speed Bike, w/fenders & carrier, Excellent condition. (330) 893-8010

FOR SALE: Feeder Blue Bird Houses, Wren Houses, Squirrel Feeders. Leave message (330) 674-0636

FOR SALE: 4'x12' Small Brothers Lightning Evaporator, raised flue pan, 2 front pans, steam hood, stainless stack, roof jack, and rope topper, Reversible flue & Syrup pan. $6,000 OBO (330) 674-1430

FOR SALE: Eco-Bricks & Udderly EZ Hand Milker for goats or cows. (330) 279-2909

14,000 LB CORN pro equipment. trailer. $2,000/obo. (330) 231-5291 T-14 NEW Vinyl Martin Boxes, $280. (330) 359-6149 BEAM CENTRAL VAC cleaning system. Good condition, $200. 330-464-6607 leave message. MILLCREEK PONY WAGON. Includes extra shafts for horse, extra seat w/ lights, also side racks. $350. (330) 674-1887 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.


CLEAN 3 BEDROOM RANCH HOME SCREENED IN PORCH- GARAGE AND CAR PORT FENCED BACK YARD-GARDEN SPACE Moving to smaller quarters will sell the following real estate at absolute auction on location at 2673 Victoria Street, Wooster, Ohio.

Miscellaneous Merch.

FOR SALE: Crushed hard blue limestone. We now stock 304s, 411s, #2s & #4s Check our prices. Call (330) 674-1157 ext. #1. FOR SALE: New 2.5 ton Air conditioner unit and coils. Never been used. $700/obo 330-600-9192 WANTED: MOREL Mushrooms, will trade fish for mushrooms. (330) 698-1146 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. OPEN BUGGY on steel wheels, w/brakes, 12V Lights, $1,200. (330) 473-7170 FOR SALE: Real good set of Buggy Wheels, $300. Melvin Weaver. (330) 600-9368

SURREY FOR sale, $2000. or best offer. Ivan Miller, 6831 TR 555, Holmesville, OH 330-674-2374.

FOR SALE: Used Buggy with child seats and back door, fiberglass wheels & shaft, LED Lights, Good Condition. (330) 897-2951

FOR SALE: Classic Word Processor, Model #WSD104A. (330) 893-3506.

SMALL EASY Entry Pony Cart, In good condition, Andrew Yoder, (330) 897-1284

LOWERY TEENIE Genie electric organ with stool. $50. Desk chair. $20. Phone: 330-763-4944. Leave message.

iPad rotating case w/stylus pen, $15. Waterford 11" crystal vase, new in box, $50. 330-893-8414 or 330-231-1369.


2 VICTORIAN HOMES BUILT IN 1800’S CITY DUPLEX Will sell the following 3 properties at absolute auction. Victorian homes located at 230 and 238 South Buckeye Street, Wooster, Ohio. 2 story duplex located at 228 East Henry Street, Wooster. These properties all adjoin and will sell from the S. Buckeye location.

TUESDAY MAY 21, 2013 • 6:00 P.M.

WEDNESDAY MAY 22, 2013 • 12:00 NOON

REAL ESTATE TO SELL TO THE HIGH BIDDER AT 12:00 NOON Whether you are starting out or slowing down this home will suit your needs. Clean. Good location. Lots of extras. Affordable. This home features 3 bedrooms with laundry in one bedroom, full basement, garage w/ attached car port, screened in patio, fenced in back yard, garden space, portable storage barn, and a location with easy access to any part of town. This is a one owner home that has had the best of care over the years. Home ownership is now affordable. Take advantage of low interest rates and buy this home. This property sells to the high bidder. No minimums. No reserves. Terms are 10% down day of auction and balance due at closing. Arrange your financing and come bid your judgment. GE auto washer, RCA dryer, and RCA stove sell after real estate. Plat and pictures at Click on real estate auctions. OPEN HOUSE SATURDAY MAY 11 • 2:00-4:00 P.M. Auction by order of Jeanne A. Frase, POA for EVELYN FRASE BERRY, OWNER AUCTIONEER/REALTOR- Dave Acker BROKER – Jack Gant

PROPERTIES SELL TO THE HIGH BIDDERS AT 6:00 P.M. Investment opportunity. Speculation opportunity. Rentals. Business sites. Rehab opportunity. The 2 Victorian homes were built in 1850 and 1880 and have seen a lot of Wooster businesses on the inside over the years and a lot of Wooster history on the streets outside. Old woodwork, high ceilings, fireplaces, spiral staircases, and from 2800 to 3900 square feet of living space under the roof. Plus barns and storage areas to the rear with alley access. Some of the most unique properties to sell at auction. These 2 buildings are in the eye of the beholder. Lots of potential. Lots of work. The duplex on Henry Street shows a return of $1100.00 per month. A solid investment for the smart investor. Buy the property or properties that suit your needs. And they all sell to the high bidder. No minimums. No reserves. Terms are 10% down day of auction and balance due at closing. Arrange your financing and come bid your judgment. Duplex open for inspection one hour before auction. Go to www.gant-realty for pictures and plat. VICTORIAN HOUSES OPEN HOUSE THURSDAY MAY 9 • 5:00-7:00 P.M. Auction by order of JAMES J. PERRET, TRUSTEE AUCTIONEER/REALTOR- Dave Acker BROKER- Jack Gant

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 FOR SALE: School desks for pupils. Seat and desk are separate with opening for books. $9.00 a set for 30 or more. Robert Keim 9821 Hogback Fredericksburg, Ohio 44627 SCHWINN 21-spd. ladies' bike with battery assist., low mileage, excellent, $1350. Also, Schwinn 21-spd. men's battery assist bike, good shape, $1050. Both have new $550 batteries. Mahlon Gingerich, 330-674-0905. TOMTOM 1530 GPS, new in box, touch screen, $100. (330) 698-0467.

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HOHNER HW605 solid spruce top acoustic guitar, Mint condition, $140. 330-749-3634 77/80 KRAKAUER upright piano, exc. cond., built in Berlin, Ohio. Call for details. (330) 893-2340.


Pets Supplies

CHIHUAHUA PUPPIES, Tea cup, 3 1/2-4 lbs when grown. Chocolate and blue & tan with white markings. $400. Pictures available. (330) 359-5459.

FOR SALE. New Larson storm door, solid glass, 36" wide. $65.00. Samuel M Yoder, (888) 790-1473. FOR SALE: #811 Bernina sewing machine, battery. Good cond. With oak stand. $700. obo. 330-893-3149. ELECTRIC WASHER & Gas Dryer, $150 ea., Computer w/Speakers, $50, Oak Table w/5 Chairs, chairs need some repair, $25. (330) 600-1569 NEW PFAFF Sewing & Embroidery Machines and Sergers for sale. Available at Lackman's Sewing Center, Apple Creek, OH 330-698-3060.  LEESON ELECTRIC motor 5 H. Power. Used very little. Works great. HydreCo Hydraulic motor 3x15, 1120. Good working cond. Make offers. Call 330-893-3640 ext. 6 PONY HARNESS & Pony Cart for small pony. $300 for Both. Ivan J Yoder (330) 674-7450 NEW BUGGIES for Sale. $3,600 For more information call (330) 621-8426 FOR SALE; Like New, Large Wooden Pony Cart, on Steel, Also, Sulky Horse Cart, and a Bio Buggy Harness. Leave message (330) 674-0636 MEDIUM SIZE Easy Entry Pony Cart, Good Condition. $300 4/4 Weathered Lumber, Good for privacy fence. 15¢/ft (330) 897-6602 FOR SALE. Road Cart with lights, $350. (330) 852-2827. MAY SPECIAL!! 10% off all canning supplies. Gypsy Spring Variety 6321 CR 407, Millersburg. (330) 674-0736

FOR SALE: 3 year old Elkhound x-male, trees coon and squirrel. Also, 1 year old dog started on coon. Make offer. Jr. Yoder, 7720 TR 509, Lakeville OH 44638 ONE YEAR old Red Heeler male. Good cattle and watch dog, $25. Atlee Yoder, 5642 CR 59 Millersburg, OH 44654 SHIH-TZU / Terrier puppies. $90 each. (330) 674-7454 FOUR YR OLD Beagle, female. $50/obo. Also, 2 yr old Beagle, female. Nice markings and friendly. Pet only. $30. (330) 567-5963 xt 1. PEKE-A-POO PUPPIES, born 2/28/13, vaccinated & wormed. Will be small. (330) 276-5613. AUSTRALIAN SHEPHERD puppies. $60 each. (330) 674-7454 ####### WARNING: Animals advertised for "free" are sometimes acquired by people who use them as bait in training other animals to fight or for science experimentation. Please offer your pet for a nominal fee in order to attract a sincere buyer. ####### 3 POODLE females, 1-2-4 years old. Also 4 year old Shih-Tzu female. $250 each. 330-893-4623. AKC 8 MO. old Blenheim Cavalier female, nice markings, $650. (330) 275-8861 (1) BLACK Poodle Male, 10 mo old, (1) Yorkie Male, 19 mo old. (330) 897-6904


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FOR SALE: Dwarf bunnies. Also free kittens. 4252 TR 628, Millersburg. (330) 674-1900.

MINIATURE SCHNAUZER puppies, black & silver females, born 2/21/13. Vaccinated & wormed. Quiet disposition. (330) 276-5613.

5 YR old English bulldog female, not for breeding, housebroke, $150. 14 week AKC English Bulldog female, shots & wormed, good breeding. 330-473-2168.

ENGLISH BULLDOG, Adult Female, AKC, 2-1/2 yrs old, has had 3 liters of 7, very good mom. 330-359-5143

FOR SALE: (1) 3yr old Pug Male, proven breeder, (1) 3yr old Pug Female, bred, free welping. Breed Sell-out. David Miller, (330) 897-6006†Ext 2

FOR SALE: 8 week old 3/4 beagle, 1/4 Jack Russell puppies, good blood line for hunting. Ivan L Miller, (330) 674-0080.

FOR SALE: (1) Male, (1) Female Sheltie, Male-AKC-06, Female-ACA-07, Still producing 5 pups per liter. Ervin L Raber (330) 674-1314

WELDED WIRE Fence panels, 2 x 4 holes, 5' x 16' panels. Hot dipped galvanized after welded, USDA approved. Hinges & stainless fastners in stock. Delivery optional. New Bedford Elevator 330-897-6492. Hillside Facricaton 330-893-1058

FOR SALE: AKC English Bulldog, Male, 3 yrs old, (6) Puggle females, 1-due to whelp anyday. (330) 852-0703†Ext. 2 FOR SALE: Male Maltese - toy poodle cross puppy. Born 01/15/2013. Very playful family pet. $200. 330- 674-5904 WANTED: REGISTERED Breeding age Cavalier male. (330) 893-3619


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FOR SALE: Registered, 5 lb, 2 yr old Yorkie Female, $450. Also, 2lb, 1yr old Registered Yorkie Female, $175 (330) 893-3619 BREEDING STOCK: 2 white poodle fem. born May 3, 2013. 3 Dachshund fem. born Dec. 15, 2012. 2 Bichon females born Dec. 30, 2012. Out of good breeding stock. 330-473-9077 FOR SALE: Beagle puppies, born 2/28/13. Champion blood lines. $150 each. 3 males & 3 females. Shots & wormed. 330-893-2060.

FOR SALE: 1 yr old, male Beagle, $60. (330) 852-2865 POMERANIAN MALE, ACA 4 yr old, Creme, 7-3/4lbs, Proven, Nice Face & Hair Coat, $100. (330) 674-2883  5 PUGGLE FEMALES. Four 6 to 8 months, One older female. Sell as package. $900. One silky male. Call (330) 674-0889 FOR SALE: 2 black & white, 7 wk. old male Shih-Tzu puppies. (330) 893-3619 HAVANESE PUPPIES AKC, 9 wks. old, males & females, colors to choose. Also 4-1/2 mo. old AKC Havanese male, nice hair. (330) 275-8658 leave message. LASSIE COLLIE pup, 1 sable/white male, 8 wks. old. Willis Miller, 3649 SR 557, Baltic, OH. 43804, (330) 893-4611 1 YR old AKC Registered Sheltie Female, (330) 749-4568 BLACK 2 years old Golden Retriever/ Border Collie mix, $30. (330) 473-3507.

Petersheim Auction

Sat., April 18, 2013 10:00 a.m.

LOCATION: 64887 Meeksville Rd. McArthur OH 44651. From McArthur, OH (Vinton County) take St Rt 93 South to Meeksville Rd turn Left to the auction. Angus Beef Cattle - Horses - Ponies - Farm Machinery - Tools Horses: Pete and Prince are a Team of 2 and 3 year old red sorrel Belgian geldings (well matched and broke), Bobby and Billy are a Team of 3 year old Percheron geldings (Farm broke), Daisy is a sharp black 2 year old Fresian, Morgan, Belgian cross filly (broke), Princes is a 5 year old brown and white pony broke to ride and drive, Palamino Quarter Horse (kid broke), several good blooded cutting and reining cow horses, pony broke to ride and drive, 2 year old spotted steer broke to ride and drive. Cattle: 4 black Angus cows, (should have calves by sale date), 10 breeding age Black Angus heifers, 10 Black Angus steers (600 to 900 lb.), 1 mild cow 2 yr. spotted Long Horn steer broke to ride and drive. Farm Machinery, Harness & Misc: New Idea #9 Manure Spreader, Flatbed wagon, John Deere Big 4 mower, John Deere open gear Mower, Hay Tedder, JD Disk, Cultipacker, spring tooth harrow, Oliver 16 hole grain drill, Pioneer Sled, hay rake, rake for parts, (2) Round bale feeders, 2 seated buggy with lights & cable breaks excellent condition, road cart, pony cart, 2 shoeing stocks, double set spotted Draft show harness, dbl set draft bio harness, nylon 42” pony harness, Bio pony harness, 5 saddles, neck yokes, eveners, 100 bales straw, 100 bales shavings, wagon load of tack. Tools & Misc: 5.5 HP, 6.5 HP, and 8 HP air compressors, approx. 40 air tools including, sanders, chisels, drills (various brands), air wrenches, jig saw, air grinders, air nailers, hoses, accessories, gas stihl drill, a nice selection of chain saws, (1) Gravely, 2 whipper, 1 Billy goat walk behind brush mowers, Homelite circular saws, 10’ coil bender break, new 6.5 hp 2700 psi pressure washer, partner K 750 14” concrete saw, step ladder, 4 sets scaffolding (no braces), 5.5 hp 1 man post hole auger, several stihl chain saws, hydraulic press, bull float, 1 man post hole auger, trim cutter, bolt bin with bolts, extension and step ladders, 25 vinyl and aluminum windows, 30 vinyl vents, window shutters, (10) 55 gal. drums, 300 gal. plastic tanks, buggy wheels, 100’ prefinished flooring, picnic tables, drywall stilts, washing machine, flooring nailer, 6’ x 8’ playhouse, old race cart, a wagon load of misc. tools. Guns: Remington Model 870 Wingmaster 12 ga., Winchester 16 ga. model 12, Winchester M-200 12 ga., Marlin Model 750 22 cal., Stevens 59B 410 ga., Knight 50 cal. MML-INC-LK-93Snelce Charmer 11 28 ga. TERMS: Cash or Good Check Lunch Stand Owners: Mr. & Mrs. Ezra Petersheim

WANTED: QUALITY Cavalier Puppy Litters, AKC Registered. Will pay good price. (330) 893-3649 FOR SALE: Schnauzer/ Beagle/ Terrier mixed puppies. 2 females. 10 wks old. Black and white. Family raised. $75/obo. (330) 763-4016

WANTED: AKC Reg'd Bernese Mt. dog, male. 419-938-6463.

KENNEL FOR Sale! 10x14, 145' Chain link fence. Also (3) AKC Yorkie Females, (2) AKC Shitzu Females. Just over 2-1/2 yrs old. Prefer to Sell dogs as 1 unit. (330) 567-2218

 2 YORKIE Females. 9 months old. $500 each. FIREWOOD SEASONED, dry Hardwood $45. Pickup load, 2 loads. Gideon Yoder, 31640 SR 643, Fresno. 3 1/2 mi. SW New Bedford.

FOR SALE: AKC Bernese Mountain Dog, female. 1 1/2 yrs old. Call Joel at (330) 749-4335

FOR SALE: 4 yr. old Beagle male, runs rabbits good. $150. (330) 674-2500

West Holmes Construction Technology Auction Location: 10909 State Route 39 Millersburg, OH 44654. From Millersburg, go west on State Route 39 to West Holmes High School. House is on the West side of the school.

Saturday May 18, 2013 10:00 AM

New*2 bedroom* Two bath*Modular*Kitchen Unfinished second floor*

Newly constructed Cape Cod home, built by the Construction Technology Class at West Holmes High School. This home has two bedrooms and two full bath. The master bedroom has a full bath and walk in closet. Kitchen cabinets are installed. Bathrooms have vanities. The interior has been painted and the trim is installed. Roof is dimensional 30 year shingles. The upstairs is rough plumbed for a bathroom and has two skylights. The upstairs is large enough for 2 additional bedrooms. The home measures 48x28. 1,340 square feet on the first floor. 800 square feet on the second floor. First floor laundry. Anderson vinyl windows with high efficiency low e glass. 6 inch exterior walls with R19 wall insulation. Home was built by the students of this class with the supervision of their instructor. The home does not have floor covering. The purchaser will be required to move this home by August 2, 2013 and will be responsible for all costs of moving the home. Here is a opportunity to purchase a newly constructed home to put on your property. Additional Notes: Additional costs for purchaser, moving cost($7,500 past sold homes), Basement or foundation installation, heating system, hot water tank, floor coverings, local permits and inspections. Auction Terms: Minimum purchase price, cost of material. 10% down day of sale with balance due at time of closing. Home to be removed from school property by August 2. Complete list of terms and condition available on request. Kaufman Realty and Auctions Sale by Order of: Ashland County-West Holmes Joint Vocational School District

Trades Welcome • STOP IN TODAY or give us a call for a “GREAT DEAL” on any used Car, Mini Van, SUV or Truck.

Dover Rd., Sugarcreek • Daily 8-5, Sat., 8-Noon 10145082

WWW.THESWISSAUTOMART.COM Bob Stutzman Sales Quality Used Cars & Trucks Sales & Service 330.852.2312

Auctioneer/Realtors: Orus Mast, 330-473-9077 & Vernon Yoder, 330-466-0520 Apprentice Auctioneer: Elmer Yoder

Daniel A. Miller, realtor 330-763-4653 Patrick Kaufman, realtor/auctioneer 330-204-6512

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5 BULLDOG cross females, 2-4 years old. Proven. Good mothers. All have puppies from English Bulldog male. (330) 359-0672. 3 YR OLD ACA Maltese Female, very friendly pet, (330) 600-1735 ENGLISH BULLDOG Male, Brindle & White, Natural breeder, 3yrs old, $775 Call (330) 279-2102 WANTED: YORKIES, Shih Tzus, Maltese, Cavalier King Charles & other small breeds. Parents must be small. Boxers & bulldogs, and other large breeds. Will pay cash at pickup. Must be USDA. Phone 330-491-6388. AKC REGESTERED Black Boxer Male, 1 yr old. $1,200 (330) 472-2613 FOR SALE: Top Buggy, LED Lights, Hyd. Brakes, Fiberglass Shaft. $1,000. (330) 893-7221 AKC BICHON Puppy, 6 females, born 4-19-13, $350 ea. (330) 893-2042 2 SECTION rabbit hutch with boxes on the end. New. $100. (330) 275-4645. Squirrel Dog, Mountain Curr Mix, 2 yr old, female, runs and trees squirrels, started on coon, $200 Also, Walker Coon Hound, Male, Registered, 2 yrs old, Runs and Trees Coon, $200 (419) 606-3674


Sports Fitness

FOR SALE: DEMARINI Double wall F5 bat. New in wrapper with one year warranty. Call (330) 897-1263

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AIR COMPRESSOR, twin cylinder, 8 gallon, 12 CFM, Honda compatible motor, new price $1,350. Make an offer. Holmesville 330-473-7647 ELECTRIC MOTOR with hydraulic pump, hydraulic cylinders, 4 ft fans. 330-763-1070. WANTED TO buy. 30-50 HP diesel or Genset. (330) 695-2245. FOR SALE: 5000 watt Honda generator, runs good, $1250. Also new 8400 watt electric start, $2600. Dan Mast,(330) 763-4136.  MEADOWS NO.1 R.H. Automatic Sawmill; 671 Detroit Power unit; New Sawdust blower; 56" blade - all in good condition. 330-893-1623. WELDING SCREENS 6'x6' UV resistant, free standing, excellent condition, $70 ea. 330-893-1058

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GENERATOR, HIGH performance industrial 8400 watt, electric or pull start Honda compatible motor, new price $4,980. Make offer. Holmesville 330-473-7647 FOR SALE: Wood Master Planer, Model 718, 18" Wide, able to use for sanding or molding also. $1,500 (330) 567-0063 FOR SALE: Lincoln Ranger 225 stick welder, like new, 15 hrs., cables included with more extras. (330) 473-2344


Wanted to Buy

WANTED: TELEPHONE POLES - Do you have unwanted telephone poles around that you want to be removed? Call 330-674-1430 WANTED: USED women's bike, fair condition, fair price. (330) 674-0356†Ext 4

INVICTA SHAPER for sale, 1-1/4" & 3/4" interchangable spindles, very heavy duty, w/hydraulic motor, very good condition. Call (330) 893-3640 Ext 6


FOR SALE: 7LS 10422 Submersible pump. $50/obo. Call 330-897-1478 FOR SALE: Powerhouse weight bench with 180-lb weights. $75/obo. Call 330-897-1478

HONDA 2000 Genererator Invertor, Runs and looks like new, $550 w/alum cart $600 (330) 698-0467

WANTED: FUEL Tank, 200-300 Gal, (330) 674-5740 VM (leave price & gallons) WANTED: SOW Head Lock, 10559 Salt Creek Rd. Fredericksburg Ohio 44627


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• 30’ x 40’ Frame F Building B ildi - on b buyer’s’ llevell site i 9’6” ceiling ili h hts. • 4’ overhang on front side of building • 5 Rows block foundation

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WANTED: USED Gravity Wagon, w/air tires. (231) 824-6088

JOHN DEERE 35HP Diesel w/clutch, in good condition, 1,225 hours. (330) 567-9009

3500 WATT Champion portable generator, features include electric start with remote control that works through walls. Yes, you can sit in your kitchen and start the unit in the back yard - perfect for frequent start/ stop users. Used only 10 months. Moving, must sell fast. Will sacrifice for $400. Delivery available. Call (330) 204-2535.

FOR SALE: Force II Insulation Blower, like new, used 5 or 6 times, includes Owners Manual, 100' of hose, heavy duty ext. cords for blower and agitator, & remote control cord to take into attic. Free local delivery. $3,950 Call or text (330) 466-1435

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WANTED: MASSEY 1 or 2 bottom plow. 330-473-7647. ICH KAUF Trash piles & Dumps. Call me anytime @ 330-275-7980

CASH PAID for scrap, autos, trucks, farm equipment & misc. Hauled free, appliances & junk. Call (330) 749-2094.

Wanted to Buy

WANTED: 3" or larger used Steel Gas Pipe, need 200'. (330) 674-2500 YOU GOT SCRAP - WE GOT CASH! Pickups available. No equipment or vehicle too big for our disposal. Call anytime, 330-275-7980.

Absolute Brillhart Estate Auction

Location: 33021 TR 490, Killbuck, OH 44637. From Killbuck, take SR 60 south 4 miles to Layland, OR from US 36 west of Coshocton, take SR 60 north 10 miles to Layland.

Saturday May 18th, 2013 • 10:00 AM

4 BR Home * Outbuildings * Producing Well 56 Ford * Glassware Galore * Collectibles * Household Clark Township * West Holmes Schools * Coshocton County

Open for Inspection: Tuesday May 7th • 4:00 to 6:00 PM Real Estate: Consists of 11 tax parcels in Layland and includes a 2 story 1720 sq ft 4 bedroom home with ‘free’ gas and a detached 24x30 garage. There is also a 2 story garage/barn, the former Layland General Store building, a 24x26 block garage, an abandoned 1152 sq ft home, an older mobile home, and an owned oil/gas well that produced over $26,000 income last year. Legal: Parcel numbers 006-00000240-00, 006-00000241-00, 006-00000242-00, 006-00000243-00, 006-00000244-01, 006-00000245-00, 006-00000246-00, 006-00000247-00, 006-00000248-00, 00600000249-00, 006-00000250-00 located in Clark Township, Coshocton County and West Holmes Schools. Taxes are currently $507.92 per half year. Real Estate Terms: 10% nonrefundable down payment day of sale with the balance due at closing in approximately 45 days. No Contingencies. Any required inspections must be completed prior to bidding. All information gathered from sources deemed accurate but is not guaranteed. Real Estate sells subject to all matters of record. The Buyer(s) is responsible to conduct its own due diligence prior to auction. Announcements day of sale will take precedence over all previous advertising and statements. CAR: 1956 Ford Customline , four door, V-8, manual transmission, 16,214 original miles, family owned since new ANTIQUES-COLL.& MISC: Lanier Meaders Face Jug – 7 UP, Coca Cola, Sohio, and 3V Cola signs–Coca Cola pop machine – 2 Coca Cola chest coolers, electric chest coolers - Sohio and Atlas pcs. - numerous Coke trays (some vintage) – Killbuck Savings and Cash Value chewing tobacco thermometers – Akron Coffee and Grocery Co. box - wooden ice box – crocks & jugs – sausage stuffer -2 glass butter churns – coffee grinder – oil lamps – chauffeur badges – clay pipes – Shonks, Killbuck Dairy, Guernsey, Isaly’s and Supreme Alliance milk bottles – Hood Killbuck Dairy crate - numerous pop bottles (MBC, BoB’s, I Wanna DR. Swetts Old Colony and more) – lots of jars including; Amber Lightning, Masons Shepherds hook, Telephone, Amazon, Quick Seal, Climax, Lustre, Jumbo P.B., Kerr Bicentennial jars(Red, White, and Blue NIB) – beer can collection - hide boards – traps - porcelain counter scales – license plates – match books – misc. advertising – platform scales – bicycles - hundreds of Beanie Babies – many collectible items not listed FURNITURE-HOUSEHOLD-MISC: Single & double beds – dressers – chest of drawers – vanity – night stands - cedar chest – several quilts and misc. bedding – sofas – upholstered chairs – end & coffee tables – wall shelves – china cabinet – washer – dryer – several refrigerators upright piano – lots of jars – more pcs. not listed MOWER-TOOLS: JD LT155 riding mower – ext. and step ladders – 2 man saws – lots of hand, lawn and garden tools – misc. car parts – scrap - many more items to be uncovered GLASSWARE: Literally thousands of pieces of collectible glassware including approx 50 pcs Millersburg: ame Trout & Fly (as is), Blackberry, Holly; Mlbg crystal: Diamond & Fan, Fine Cut Heart, Trefoil Fine Cut, Country Kitchen, Potpourri, Ohio Star, Hobstar & Feather; Imperial incl dozens of slag animals, etc; Fenton incl lots of hobnail opal; unbelievable amounts of Degenhart, Mosser, and Boyd incl hundreds of owls, figurines, dogs, clowns, birds, lions, bears, angels, Madonnas, toothpicks, cream & sugars, elephants, shoes, etc; paperweights, St. Clair, Rainbow, Blenko, depression, Heisey, goofus, Chattel Terms: Cash, Credit card, or Good Check with proper ID; 3% Buyer’s premium. Premium will be waived for cash or check. NOTE: The auction begins at 10:00 AM with chattels. Vehicle to sell at 11:45. Real Estate will be sold at public auction at 12:00 noon. The Layland General Store has been closed since 1969 with an assortment of its contents boarded up inside. On Saturday, May 18th, chattels from the store as well as the store itself and buildings on various other parcels (and all chattels) will be offered for sale at public auction. A monumental amount and variety of glassware, a 1956 Ford and misc. advertising are just a few highlighted items. Anything may show up. Come and satisfy your curiosity. We will be selling in 2 rings. Please visit our website for pictures www. or call Steve 330-763-4769 and Terry 330-417-0004 with any questions.

Holmes Co. Kidney Fund Marv Yoder P.O. Box 172 Berlin, OH 44610

Runs Ohio May 1, 8, 15, 22, 29, 2013

Sale By Order of: Doris Jean Brillhart Estate Coshocton County Probate Case #21210182 David H. Brillhart & Randy L. Brillhart, Co-Executors – Sam Steimel, Attorney

• 2” x 4” stud walls 16” OC with 7/16” OSB sub siding • Trusses 4’ painted steel or shingle roofing • Aluminum Soffit - Seamless aluminum gutters - down to ground level • 4” concrete floor with wire - 4’ x 40’ concrete apron in front of building • 4 - 4030 vinyl slider windows - Insulated glass and screens • 1 - 10’ x 8’ overhead door insulated - Wayne Door - Raised panel or flush • 1 - 3’ x 6’8” 9Lite walk-in door • Vinyl siding - Color choice by buyer Building permits are the responsibility of the purchaser. Above items are based on building being built on a level lot under standard soil conditions. Buyer is to provide driveway for access to building. If building site is more than 30 miles from Mt. Hope, travel charges occurred will be the responsibility of the buyer. Size can also be changed at a charge to be determined prior to starting construction. Window and door placement can also be changed. Any questions on building, call Roy D. Yoder - 330.231.0983

2x5 Non-profit $63.00 per insertion Total 5 weeks = $315.00


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WANTED 4 or 6 HP outboard motor. Prefer 4 stroke. John Hershberger, 8100 S. Apple Creek Rd., Fredericksburg, OH 44627


Home Condo For Sale

 FOR SALE: 1.9 acre property with 2 story house and barn built in 2000, fruit trees. 2 miles NE of Holmesville. Marty Schlabach 7930 T.R. 567, Holmesville. 330-279-2378 ext. 3  FARMERSTOWN 3 BR, 1-1/3 acres, 2-stall barn, fenced pasture, walking distance to town - great neighbors. $139,900. 330-401-9952

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Automobiles 520

MOVED. TIRE sale. 14 & 16 inch good used mini van tires. Take 1 or all, $15.00 each or all for $10.00 each. Blizzak snow tires & summer tires. 9-4 on May 3 & 4. Call 330-763-0173, Berlin area.

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2 BEDROOM APT in Millersburg $275 a month. + utilities, deposit and reference required. Call 330-231-5585 after 4:30 pm

 FOR RENT: House and barn on 2.3 acres, no running water, but natural gas. On East Moreland Rd. Robert J. Hershberger, 6750 E Moreland Rd., Fredericksburg, OH 44627

A VERY nice 2 BR apt. in Baltic OH. Living/dining/kitchen area is nice size all one lg. room, laund. hkup in bsmt., up stairs apt. Available May 30, 2013. Water/trash/lawncare provided. $475/mo. +$475/dep. 330-897-9045. M-Th., 8-4.


KILLBUCK. 2 BR apt with appls. Suitable for single or couple. $370./ mo plus utils. + sec. dep. Assist animals only. 330-276-4091.

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.

SMALL 3 BR country...many 330-263-6898

Mobile Home For Sale

NEW 4 Bed Double Wide



04150 AD12674621 108 MidwestuseHomes ad key 1002255700 for text FOR SALE. 4 BR, 3 bath house, East Holmes Schools, Walnut Creek Township, on 3 acre lot. (330) 893-0115.

Apartment Rentals 500

740-828-2750 10076764

Mobile Home Rentals

NEWLY REMODELED Trailer in Killbuck, $400/mo +dep. W/S included. 330-231-5100 leave message.



2010 HONDA CIVIC. Only 25,500 miles! Excellent condition. $13,900. (330) 763-0387

FOR SALE: 2003 Dodge Neon, 120K miles, good cond. (330) 204-6091. 2000 CHEVY Cavalier 170,000 miles. $1800 obo. 330-473-8082

PAYING CASH, $300 - $1000 for unwanted cars, trucks & vans. Call Mike, 330-256-0458.


Auto Parts Accessories

FIRESTONE PRECISION Touring, Set of four tires, P195 65R15. Used approxametly 3,000 miles. $250. (330) 763-1954

Boats 530

1986 PROCRAFT bass boat, blue/ silver metal flake, 17 1/2 ft, 140 HP Johnson V4, very good cond. $3600. obo. (330) 893-2340. 2002 12' Starcraft Alum. Boat, 57" W i d e , w/front mount for trolling motor. Very Good Condition, $575. Also 9-1/2HP Johnson Motor, $475. (330) 695-5395

Motorcycles ATVs

FOR SALE: 2005 Yamaha V-Star, black, 650 cc, 5000 miles, exc. condition, $4500. Also, 2004 Suzuki LT-Z400K4 4-wheeler, exc. condition, very fast, $3300. 330-674-1203 or 330-231-1851.


Trucks SUVs

13' x 9' ALUMINUM fishing boat w/ 8.8 HP Motor. Trolling motor & fish finder. Good condition. 330-465-3429.

2005 FORD Explorerer Eddie Bauer Package. Heated leather, third row seat, 106,300 miles, $9,900. 330-275-2688

MINNKOTA V2 Trolling motor, 50" shaft, 50lb thrust, like new. $500 OBO. (330) 401-9899

FOR SALE 2002 Chevy 2,500 H.D. 4x4, 6.0 liter, P/W, P/L, A/C. Good truck. (330) 897-2881

PM Boat Motor Repair. Full service on out board motors. $20/hr +parts. Call for appointment. 330-674-2500

WANTED: OUTBOARD motors, 25 HP or larger. (330) 473-0325.

2000 Ford Explorer XLT 4x4, 4.0 V6 SOHC, 175,500 mi, loaded, AM/FM cass.-6 disc CD changer, rear AC and radio controls, seats 5, new AC compressor, front hubs, ball joints, alternator, oil changed regularly, good solid vehicles driven daily, $2950 $2950/obo 330674-0573 or 330-390- 0140 (Located near West Holmes HS.

FOR SALE: Horse & 1/2 Johnson gas trolling motor, runs good, lake-ready. $300. 330-674-2500

1994 FORD Ranger, camper top, 72K miles, $2500. Runs good. (330) 275-8018 or 330-473-3946.

18' BAJA, 140HP Mercruiser I.O., Fish and Ski, Fish Finder, New Tarp, Lake Ready. $2,050. (330) 401-9899

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Trucks SUVs 845

'98 1500 Dodge Ram, 4x4, good condition, $2,300/obo. (330) 473-5289



1999 CHEVY Conversion Van, Sandtone Color, Good Condition, 179K Miles, PW, PL, AC, CD/Cassette Player, Runs Good, 1-owner, $3,500. (330) 852-3367 LARGEST STOCK of Passenger Vans in Holmes County for Sale. Call or text (330) 763-3234


Home Improvement

GORILLA INTERIOR DESIGN. On staff designer - Call for information. 740-294-4501


FOR SALE: White Drip edge, 2 sizes. $2.50 each. Quantity discount. Jay Yoder, (330) 674-3001.

• Vinyl Windows 06500 AD11797131 72 • Free Installations windows • Free Estimates 4881 CR 207 Millersburg, OH


207 Doors & Windows

LANDSCAPE RENOVATION. Mulching. Free computer land Design. Envisions. Call 330-641-4109


Lawn & Gardening

WILL TILL Gardens in Holmes County Area. Will also do some bobcat work. Duane Weaver 330-763-1192 LAWN MOWING, exceptional service, own equipment. Free estimates. (330) 473-7456.

Quality Since 1927


FREE w/ Power Cutter 12” - Diamond Blade 10-12” Concrete Blade 1 - Quart SEF Fuel Mix ($135.00 Value)

08650 AD12337331 180 66482

Child Care Service

• Optional Wheel Kit • While Supplies Last

WILL BABYSIT in my Amish home, any age, any shift. 330-567-5908 ext. 1




12” Saw Reg. $799.95 SALE $74995 14” Saw Reg. $899.95 SALE $83995

Berlin Gravely Sales

4319 County Rd 168 • Millersburg, OH 44654


DUST BUNNIES Cleaning Co. offers an affordable housecleaning service tailored to meet your needs. Insured/bonded. Call Michelle at (330) 844-1604.

TOO BUSY to clean? To many things to do? Contact C&T cleaning today at 330-388-6202 or 330-763-3502



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. SWISS CONSTRUCTION. Amish Crew, specializing in pole bldgs., horse barns, riding arenas, machine sheds, garages. For all your pole building needs call 330-763-3937.



GOOD USED nine gauge six foot chain link fence. Also 4x4 and 4x6 posts. (330) 893-2340. YODER'S FENCE & Brush Removal. Will built all types of farm fence. 23 yrs. exp. Free Estimates. 330-763-0497 Building all types of wood & wire fences. Have ambusher to clear old fence rows. Free estimates. United Fencing 330-359-2314, ext.1/ 330-231-8813


God is Love


SIGLER PAINTING specializing in neat, clean, quality interior painting. Third generation painter. Excellent references. Free estimates. (330) 317-7048. GORILLA PAINTING CONTRACTORSFree Exterior estimates! See us on Facebook. (330) 231-3541.

Construction 970

Pole Steel Building

FOR SALE: 14 x 32 Storage Barn, 8 Ft. side walls., Hip roof 14 x 16, Loft attached to barn is a 16 x 32 addition with treated post steel siding and roof. Everything for $1,200. Must be moved by June 1st. Troyer Door LTD. (330) 852-0205.



Troy Ridge Mfg

3998 Cr 168 Millersburg, OH 44654 (330) 473-7727 Custom Welding Specializing in Aluminum 11200 AD12378029 144 TRUCK Truck Beds • Tool Boxes no 1


CASH PAID for scrap, autos, trucks, farm equipment & misc. Hauled free, appliances & junk. Call (330) 749-2094. WE BUY junk cars 262-9300 HAULING WITH 1 ton dump truck & trailer. Duane Weaver, 330-763-1192.




Building Materials

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


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FOGGED HOUSE WINDOWS? We can fix them without replacing the entire window. (330) 674-7556.

Will sell on location 3674 W. Old Lincoln Way Wooster, OH. The farm is located at the intersection of US RT 250 and W. Old Lincoln Way (Old US 30).


PARCEL #1: The homestead consisting of 29.576 Acres w/all improvements. The original residence was a log cabin that has been preserved through all transitions. The logs are exposed and highlighted as part of the interior décor. The latest addition was a great room that encompasses the kitchen open to the dining area w/a beautiful fireplace. Other amenities on the first floor include a mud-room entry, w/laundry & freezer space, a full bath, a bedroom, the old dining area w/ open staircase to the second floor, and the living room. Upstairs you will find, a landing room, 3 bedrooms, a full bath, and entry to a walk-up attic. Wrap it all together and this home offers a lot of country charm. The outbuildings consist of the old bank barn w/a round roof addition to the west and a 4 bay 3 sided livestock pole shed to the south. There is also a newer small horse barn with 2 box stalls and room for tack. There is a single car detached garage, an old corn crib, and another misc. storage shed. The 29.576 acres has approx.. 16 acres of land outside of the highway right of way. The bulk of the sixteen acres is a wooded ravine w/a pond. PARCELS 2 – 6: These are all open vacant land parcels with frontage and access on Smyser Rd. and frontage on US 250. Lots 3 & 4 also have frontage on Old Lincoln Way. These parcel range in size from 4.2 to 5.6 acres and all have been approved by Wayne County planning and health departments. Residential lots with outstanding highway exposure and great commercial potential. Showings are available by appointment. Call Steve at 330-465-8498 or Seth at 330-466-5471 or Real Estate Showcase Wooster 330-264-6888 or Millersburg 330-674-7610 or Ashland 419-289-2828. TERMS: We require a non-refundable down payment of 10% of the purchase price at the close of the auction with the balance due in full at closing within 30 – 45 days. No financing contingencies. The sellers will provide a fiduciary deed w/certificate of title plus offer to split the fee for an Owner’s Policy of Title Insurance. Immediate possession will be given at closing. No Buyer’s Premium – the sellers are paying all of the expenses associated with this auction. TAXES & SURVEY: The taxes on the current farm are $2,361.20 per half year based on CAUV values and will be pro-rated to the day of closing. The taxes on the new parcels will be determined by the county auditor. Any CAUV recoup will be a buyer’s responsibility. The amount of the CAUV recoup will be calculated and posted prior to the auction. The survey has been completed and has been paid for by the sellers. No survey or lot fees will be assessed to the buyers of these parcels. SALE ORDER: Selling parcel # 1 first by the dollar. Offering parcels 2 – 3 on a per acre basis with choice and privilege. Offering a combination of 2 & 3. Then offering 4 – 6 on a per acre basis with choice and privilege. Then offering a combination of 4 – 6. CHATTELS CHATTELS PICKUP & FARM EQUIPMENT & ZERO TURN MOWER: ‘O6 Dodge 1500 (1/2 T.) 4 WD pickup truck, reg. cab, short bed, V-8 gas, auto., 33,301K; ’99 JD 6210 4 WD tractor w/JD 640 loader, ROPS, 3 pt., top link, dual remotes, 18.4x30 rears, 2934 hrs.; Int./Farmall 666 D. Hydro tractor w/3 pt., single remote, 9225 hrs.; Good JD 455 Hydra push manure spreader; JD MX7 3 pt. rotary mower; JD 337 baler w/kicker; NI 34’ dbl. chain elevator; bale spear for 640 loader; Bush Hog mod. 2052 Zero Turn mower. SLEIGH & OTHER OLDIES: Old sleigh – been stored in the barn for years – has tag (Merrell Co. Toledo, OH) and needs major restoration; Old Hi-Wheel single seat horse cart; Grapple forks & 2 hay cars; hay knife; surrey pole; large manure fork (Horse pull); wooden beam potato plow; Oliver 40 walking plow; copper & brass kettles; copper bull rings; hay rope pulleys; wooden tables; broad axe; 1 & 2 gal. glass churns; 10 gal. milk can; SS strainer; wax seal crocks; husking pegs; a couple crocks & jugs; bale hook; pile of roof slate; some firewood. FARM MISC.: Leather dairy show halters; rope halters; 2 Oster var. speed cattle clippers; Heiniger cattle clipper; Andis 2 speed cattle clipper; port. hanging metal hay racks; Stihl MS 367 chainsaw; bolt bin w/new bolts; grease tubes; oil filters; anti-freeze; a wagon load of misc. ANTIQUE FURNITURE – GLASSWARE & SMALLS: Excellent 2 pc. walnut secretary desk; Oak harvest table w/11 boards; 2 pc. flatwall cupboard; cherry empire chest; large & small 1 pc. wooden wardrobes; cupboard top; good dough tray w/stand & lid; marble top stand; very old ladder back rocker w/rush seat; oak rocker & desk chair; Jenny Lind bed; Oak library desk; old upholstered rockers; old Hi-Chair; D&A mantle clock; Set of International Sterling Silver (service for 12); weighted sterling candle sticks; cake stands; Ironstone tureen & meat platters; serving bowls; silver plate serving trays; cake stands; few pcs. of candlewick and other pattern glass; flashed glass; Basset Austria Limoge china; set of china; stemware; Roseville 301-6” bowl (Dogwood); doilies & linens; books; piano music; puzzles & games; butter mold; slaw cutter; apple peelers; sad irons; drying pans; brass skimmer ladle; oil lamps; flax wheel Old Howe treadle sewing machine in cabinet; Lodge iron skillet; Cleveland mod. 605 slide trombone; Jersey figurines; jersey pictures. GENERAL HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS & APPLIANCES: Cherry bed; cherry 1 drawer stand; chest of drawers; 2 pc. cherry BR suite w/dbl. bed & dresser w/mirror; queen size bed w/bookcase headboard & Hollywood fram; set of 6 dining room chairs; Vizio HDMI DTV 32” flat screen; sm. Entertainment center w/Magnavox TV; Samsung DVD player; Emerson 4 hd. Video cassette recorder; computer desk; cedar chest; beveled glass mirror; sewing stand 2 metal wardrobes; misc. chairs; floor & table lamps; baskets; fans; lots of general kitchen items; Victorio strainer; kitchen scale; Rival elec. food slicer; Whirlpool Refrigerator; Frigidaire 30” elec. range; Kelvinator upright freezer; Whirlpool chest freezer; Maytag Performa washer; Maytag elec. dryer; Westinghouse roaster w/stand; Bissel quick steamer; 2 & 4 drawer file cabinets; jars; luggage; bedding; Nordic Rider & Nordic Track. SALE ORDER: Starting in the tent w/small collectibles and household goods and also on the wagon load of farm misc. at 10:00. Farm Equipment and Pickup truck to sell between 11:00 and Noon. The Real Estate to sell at Noon followed by the appliances and furniture. NOTE: The Mykrantz farm has been a Wayne County landmark for well over 100 years. They bred a world renowned herd of Jersey cattle on this farm. It is our distinct pleasure to have been asked to conduct this auction. We invite all of you and hope you can find a little time to attend this Wayne County Auction Event. Auction Conducted By: CHATTEL TERMS: CASH or CHECK LUNCH STAND Visa – Mastercard – Discover 5% Buyer’s Premium Charged on Chattels But is waived for Cash or Check Payment Auction By Order Of REX MYKRANTZ, TRUSTEE



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The Holmes County Shopper News We’ll Fit Your Lifestyle

College Hills Honda

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0.9% FINANCING 24-36 1.9% FINANCING 37-60

2013 Accord CVT Sedan LX 36 Month Lease

209 Mo.


$3000 Due At Signing

Special finance Rates 0.9% 24-36 Months 1.9% 37-60



24 Month Lease

All Taxes and Fees Included


2013 Civic LX Sedan Automatic


36 Month Lease

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Special Lease’s

Due Monthly


Special finance Rates 0.9% 24-36 Months 1.9% 37-60

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Best Value One Pay Lease – 2 Year Test Drive





All Taxes and Fees Included

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24 Month Lease



Due Monthly





2013 Pilot EXL AWD

2013 Crosstour EXL V6 AWD

2013 Odyssey EXL







36 Month Lease Mo. $3000 Due At Signing

36 Month Lease Mo. $3000 Due At Signing

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Special finance Rates 0.9% 24-60 Months

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2013 Ridgeline RT

2013 Fit Base Manual Transmission

2013 CRV EXL AWD $ 36 Month Lease 329 Mo.




48 Month Lease Mo. $3000 Due At Signing


36 Month Lease Mo. $3000 Due At Signing

$3000 Due At Signing

Special finance Rates 0.9% 24-36 Months 1.9% 37-60 Months

Special finance Rates 0.9% 24-60 Months

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All leases require $3000 cash or trade equity due at signing. All leases are plus tax, title, documentary fee and license plates. All leases are 36 month 36,000 closed end except the Ridgeline. Ridgeline is a 48 month 48,000 closed end lease. Accord and Civic One Pay 24 month 24,000 miles closed end lease includes all taxes Wayne County 6.25% and all fees. Accord is $9259 and the Civic is $7314 total out of pocket and zero monthly payments due. All leases and finance rates for well qualified buyers approved with Honda Financial services good through 07-08-2013.

We’ll Fit Your Lifestyle

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Powertrain Coverage

We Specialize in the Sale of Honda Factory Certified Used Cars Exclusive in Wooster

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. 9885A



2010 Odyssey EXL

2010 Odyssey EXL-RES

2010 Civic EX CPE



2010 Odyssey EXL


2010 Civic LX SDN


2010 Civic LX Sdn



2011 Fit Sport Auto

2010 Civic LX Sdn


2011 Pilot EXL AWD



2010 Civic LX Sdn


2011 CRV EXL 4WD

2010 Element LX 4WD

2010 Accord LXP


2010 CRV LX 4WD


2010 CRV EX 4WD

Other Select Used Cars $ 9973A



2002 CRV EX 4WD

$ P7599


2009 Civic EX



Special of the Week


2000 Grand Cherokee



10,998 P7606




2002 Lexus ES

2003 Avalanche 1500

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Mon. thru Fri. 8:00 - 6:00 Saturday 8:00 - 2:00



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$ 9902B


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Mon. - Thurs. 9:00 - 8:00; Fri. 9:00 - 6:00 Saturday 9:00 - 5:00


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2006 Pilot EXL-NAVI


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4 Time Winner Mazda Gold Cup

Being certified as a Mazda Gold Cup Dealer is the 2010 most prestigious recognition award that a Mazda dealer can receive.


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**Closed end lease with money down and miles per year next to payment. With approved Mazda Capital Service Credit 680 Beacon or higher. Tax & fees due @ signing. $50 purchase option fee and $300 dispoistion fee. Prices is subject to change based on Mazda prgrams

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OUR USED CAR PROMISE... All Used Cars 10 Years Old or Newer, Under 100,000 Miles Get: • 2 Year Limited Warranty • 1 Year Roadside Assistance • 1 Year Key Care • 1 Year Tire & Wheel Protection • 2 Oil Changes


ON SALE FOR $19,999

NOW $24,888

2006 Honda Civic LX 5 Speed, Power Equipped, #P2287A ........$8,999 2008 Ford Focus SE Only 62K Miles, Pwr Equipped ...............$10,881

2007 Honda Accord EX #3897A, Pwr. Equip, Sunroof, Was $12,680 .............................................. $10,995 2010 Mercury Grand Marquis LS #3876A, Executive Series, Loaded, Leather, Was $16,725 ................................ $14,998 2012 Fiat Pop 500 #P2313, Power Equipped, Auto, Alloys, Factory Warranty ......................... $13,895 2011 Chevy Impala LT #P2265, Balance of Factory Warranty, Sedan, Gray, Was $15,625 ..... $13,994

98 Buick Century #3869A ..............................................................SALE $3,775 99 Pontiac Grand Prix GTP #3903TA ..........................................................................$3,995 2005 Mazda 6 I Sport #3850A, Power Equipped, Auto .................... NOW $7,995


#P2307, Very Clean, Loaded, 4x4, Was $24,000

#P2315, Loaded, Luxury, MUST SEE! Was $25,600

#P2245, Liquid Silver, 3.7L V6 Was $25,861



2010 LEXUS ES 350


2012 Mazda 5 Sport #P2297, Pwr. Equipment, Auto, Was $17,375 ........................................... $15,982 2012 Mazda 6 I Touring 4 Dr, Sedan, #P2291, Was $17,207 ... $16,350 2011 Mazda 3 I Touring Bose Stereo, Moonroof, Only 14K Miles, Remote Start, #3867TA ...... $17,475 2010 Mazda CX7 Touring AWD Immaculate, One Owner, 26K, #3916TA, Was $23816, Now Only ........ $20,216 2009 Mazda MX5 RHT 2 Dr., 2.0L 4 Cyl, Blue, Retracteably hardtop, Auto, 18K, #P2289, Was $24,800 .......... $22,495 2012 Mazda 6 S GT Retired Dealer Demo, Loaded w/Tech Pkg. On Sale For ...................... $23,999



2012 Volkswagen Jetta SE 4 Dr., Auto, #P2294, Was $16,550 ........ $15,998 2012 Chevy Cruze Eco 4 Dr, 6 Spd Stick, immaculate, 42 MPG HWY, #P2258A, Was $17637..... $16,972 2012 Nissan Maxima S Very Clean, Auto with Power Moonroof, 26K, #2321 ............................. $23,371

2009 Kia Sportage LX Only 67K Miles, #3904TC .........................$11,195 2006 Honda Pilot LX 4x4 Clean, Auto, 4x4, Seats 7, Was $12,325, #P2308A ...............................$11,777 2006 Nissan Titan SE Crew Cab 4WD, #P2250, Was $18,550 .....................$14,998 2006 Ford F150 Supercab Only 50K Miles, ARE Cap, Bed Slide, Immaculate, #3865B...................................$18,999 2012 Nissan Quest S Stunning Van, Seats, #P2295, Big Savings! Was $21,850......................$19,999 2011 Nissan Murano S P2296, AWD, w/ Alloys,Big Savings! Was $24,450 ................................................$22,235 2012 Chrysler Town & Country Touring L #P2282, Was $25,325 ................................$22,703 2010 Honda Odyssey EXL Loaded and Clean, Was $27,542, #P2317 ..........................................................$24,639 2012 Chevy Silverado LT Crew Cab 4x4 #P2312, Was $31,304 ......................$26,980



4404 CLEVELAND RD. • WOOSTER TOLL FREE#.............1-877-232-3370 PHONE#..................330-345-8506 open 24/7

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The Holmes County Shopper News

06 Jeep Commander

09 Jeep Liberty

08 Dodge Nitro SLT 4x4

09 Nissan Rogue AWD

Power Seat, Power Windows & Locks, Remote Start, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air.

Power Windows & Locks, Running Boards, Power Sunroof, TV/DVD, Alloy Wheels, Air.

Power Windows & Locks, Roof Rack, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air, Tow Package.

Only 32,000 Miles! Power Windows & Locks, Roof Rack, Bose Speakers, 6-CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air.

07 Hummer H3 4x4

09 Honda CRV EXL 4x4

11 Chevy Traverse LT AWD

07 Chevy Tahoe LTZ 4x4





Power Seats, Power Windows & Locks, Sunroof, 6-CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air, Tow Package.

Power Windows & Locks, Sunroof, Heated Leather, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air.





08 Ford Expedition Eddie Bauer 4x4

Power Seat, Power Windows & Locks, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air.




Power Seats, Power Sunroof, 7 Passenger, CD Stereo, Air, Alloy Wheels.


04 Chevy Trailblazer 4x4 LT Power Seat, Power Windows & Locks, Running Boards, CD Stereo, Sunroof, Alloy Wheels, Tow Package.



04 Chevy Trailblazer 4x4



04 Jeep Grand Cherokee LTD 4x4

Power Windows & Locks, CD Stereo,

Power Seat, Power Windows &

Alloy Wheels, Air, Tow Package.

Locks, Power Sunroof, 6-CD Stereo,


Alloy Wheels, Air


05 Chevy Suburban LT Leather Seats, Power Windows & Locks, CD Stereo, Alloy

07 Saturn Outlook AWD



Wheels, Air, Tow Package.

Power Seat, Power Windows & Locks, Leather Seats, Alloy Wheels.

08 Chevy Equinox LT

07 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon 4x4

12 Chevy Equinox LT AWD




Power Windows & Locks, Remote Start, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air, XM Radio.

Power Windows & Locks, 6-CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air, 1 Owner.



11 GMC Acadia Denali AWD



Power Seats, Remote Start, Power Sunroof, Heated Leather, TV/DVD, Bose Speakers.


12 GMC Acadia SLT AWD




Power Windows, Power Locks, Power Seat, Aluminum Wheels.

Only 14,000 Miles, Power Seats, Power Windows & Locks, Roof Rack, Heated Leather, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air.

Only 28,000 Miles! Rear Captains Chairs, TV-DVD Entertainment System, Leather Seats, 3rd Rear Seat.

02 Jeep Liberty Limited 4x4



Only 9,000 Miles!!! Power Windows & Locks, Roof Rack, Running Boards, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels.

07 Mitsubishi Outlander 4x4

Power Windows & Locks, Roof Rack, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air.


08 Chevy Equinox

Power Windows & Locks, Remote Start, Sunroof, Alloy Wheels, Air.


08 Chevy Tahoe LTZ 4x4 PPower Seat, Sunroof, TV/DVD, Heated Leather, Alloy Wheels, Air


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09 Chevy Tahoe LTZ

4x4, Power Seats, Heated Leather, Power Sunroof, CD Stereo, Chrome Wheels, TV/DVD, Tow Package.


SALE ENDS 5/21/13

CHUCK NICHOLSON 1-800-803-8209 TOLL FREE 330-674-4015

Chuck Nicholson

Barry Nicholson

Jim Simo

The Original



Christi Wengerd

Dale Brown

Kevin Fair

Gary Schrock

Tom Carder

• Mon. & Thurs. til 9 PM • Tues., Wed. & Fri. 5 PM • Saturday til 3 PM

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Holmes County Shopper, May 9, 2013  
Holmes County Shopper, May 9, 2013  

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