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How We’ve Become The Holmes County Hub Shopper 1828


Millersburg Gazette

William McDowell published the first issue of the Millersburg Gazette on May 8, 1828, to express items of interest to the Democratic Party. The Gazette continued to be printed, on a hand screw press, until early summer 1833.


1838 Holmes County Farmer

At the beginning of 1838, the Holmes Republican and Farmer and Mechanics Advertiser was purchased by William McDowell (of the Gazette) and Thomas T. Williams, who shortened the name to Holmes County Republican.

G.W. Smith returned to become part owner, and the three changed the name ito the Holmes County Farmer. John W. Kershaw started The Cosmopolite in February 1838. Asa G. Dimmock purchased The Cosmopolite in October 1840. By the end of 1840, Dimmock and Smith (who was by then the sole owner of the Holmes County Republican) joined the papers to make The Cosmopolite and Holmes County Farmer. In 1842, The Cosmopolite and Holmes County Farmer became simply the Holmes County Farmer. Dimmock left the paper as editor in November 1849. Dimmock returned as editor in 1850 because W.T. Criss, who had become a partner and editor, was elected Hardy Township constable. Dimmock left after a few months, selling his shares to partner William Reed.

The Holmes County Farmer. Feb. 23, 1860

Holmes County Republican. Oct. 14, 1880

Holmes Republican and Farmer and Mechanics Advisor

After the Gazette ceased publication, G.W. Smith started the Holmes Republican and Farmer and Mechanics Advertiser by the end of summer 1833.

1838 Holmes County Republican

Holmes County Farmer



Holmes County Holmes Farmer-Hub County Hub With his health failing,

In 1988, Farmer was dropped for the title and the newspaper became The Holmes County Hub. Jeanine Kendle becomes editor in 1987 and manager too in 1997, and Vic Dix is publisher. In 2000, The Hub becomes a weekly publication of The Daily Record.

In February 1854, Dimmock sells the paper to George F. Newton. In the fall of 1854, Newton and Reed change the name of the paper to Farmer and Democrat. Reed left the paper in Novermber 1854.

Newton sells the paper in February 1857 to his sons, Josephy H. and David G., who changed the name back to The Holmes County Farmer. The Newtons sell the paper to James A. Estill. J.B. Pearce joins the paper as associated editor a month later. Pearce leaves the paper in June 1868 and was replaced by S.H. Sherlock. Lewis A. Beebout replaces Sherlock in 1869. Beebout leaves the paper in 1874, and David Newton, who had returned to the paper in 1863, becomes local editor. Estill remained as senior editor. Lewis G. Barton purchases the interests of Estill in May 1883. In 1895, Newton used the first actual photo reproduction. It was a picture of Chester, Ester and Lester Myers, 8-monthold triplets, whose picture was taken by Tibbla’s Gallery, a Millersburg photo studio. In 1895, the first correspondence news appears in the Farmer from Killbuck, Nashville, Chestnut Ridge, Benton, Pictoria Welcome, Beck’s Mills and Mount Hope. The Jan. 9, 1896, issue was the first run on Newton’s new two-revolution potter press. Newton died in 1918.

Barton began negotiations to merge the Farmer with long-time rival, the Republican, which changed its name to Holmes County Hub. The merger was completed in July 1926. During the week between the last publication of the Farmer and the merged Holmes County Farmer-Hub, Barton died. When the Farmer and the Hub merged, the business moved to 25 N. Clay St., into what was then known as the Beegle Building. H.E.C. Rowe becomes editor after Barton’s death. J.H. Metcalf becomes editor in 1927, and lasted only 1½ years. R.M. White, who was the general manager, becomes editor after Metcalf left. White retires in 1952 and sells the business to Hoy L. and Helen Russell. Marilyn Shearer becomes editor in 1954. She remained as editor, photographer, ad salesman and office manager until 1995. In 1967, the Wooster Republican Printing Co., is purchased by Raymond and R. Victor Dix. In 1974, The Daily Record and Farmer-Hub staffs were combined. Paul Lehman became editor of the Hub. Ken Blum becomes general manager of the Hub in 1976.

The Holmes County Hub. Dec. 18, 1925

Holmes County Farmer-Hub. Jan. 23, 1958

The Holmes County Hub. June 8, 1989

The Holmes County Shopper. July 4, 2013

1852 Holmes County Farmer and Free Press

Disgrunteled with Reed’s party stands, Dimmock starts The Holmes Free Press in 1852. In July 1852, Dimmock purchases the Holmes County Farmer from Reed. With Robert S. McEwen, Dimmock combines the papers to make the Holmes County Farmer and Free Press.

1854 Farmer and Democrat

2002 Holmes County Shopper

In April 2002, The Daily Record started the Holmes County Shopper, a free publication designed to be mailed to all Holmes County households.

2013 Holmes County Hub Shopper

July 2013, The Holmes County Shopper and the Holmes County Hub merge to become the Holmes County Hub Shopper. The publication will be delivered by mail to all households in Holmes County as well as the subscribers to the Holmes County Hub outside of the delivery area.


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July 11-17, 2013: Vol. 12, No. 13; • 1-888-323-1662 • Fax 330-264-1132 •

Celebrating volunteers

Calendar July

East Holmes Fireman’s Festival is July 21 in Berlin

Humane Society to meet

By KELLEY MOHR Staff Writer With food, firefighters and fireworks, the annual Holmes County East Holmes Fireman’s Humane Society will Festival on Saturday, July meet tonight (Thurs21 at Berlin Elementary day, July 11) at 7 p.m. at will celebrate the volunthe Life Center (former teers who preserve and Grocery Bag) in Millersprotect local life and propburg. erty in Holmes County. For information call From 4 p.m. to dusk, 330-377-4026. the event will feature chicken and homemade ice cream, barbecued and Liberty Coalition hand-cranked on-site by meets tonight the firemen and available by donation. The full The Holmes County barbecue chicken dinner Liberty Coalition will comes complete with meet tonight (Thursday, noodles, baked beans July 11), at 7 p.m. at the and other treats. Millersburg Comfort In addition to great Inn. The program will be food, there will be plenty on the Gabriel Project. to do at the Fireman’s The public is welcome Festival, said East Holto attend. There will be mes Fire Chief Gary no meeting in August Mellor. because of the Holmes Kids can enjoy activiCounty Fair. ties such as bungee jump, See Pg. 6 — CALENDAR inflatable jump houses, rock climbing wall and more, while parents can browse the array of auction items up for bid. Submitted photo “This is our 45th year, For last year’s fireman’s festival, 2,100 halves of chicken were barbecued on-site by the local fireso we are going to have men for the event. In addition to the chicken, the annual festival features homemade ice cream, a a fireman’s parade,” said parade, children’s games, live entertainment, a water competition for the firefighters and fireworks. Mellor, noting that the But the entertainment in water games, competing When darkness falls, a department was started annually and all of those Peaches are here... in 1968. “We’ll be hav- things that have made it isn’t limited to the stage. to see who is the sharp- fireworks show will serve Sweet Cherries In the annual water games, est shot with a firing hose as the finale to the fesing our chicken barbe- popular over the years.” Blueberries & more The department’s fire- firefighters from districts or who can force a barrel tivities. cue that we do every ty, rran Since East Holmes is t Hea year and live entertain- trucks will be on display, in Holmes and surround- over to their opponent’s a’s Bes eric 8629 County Road 235ring Aid Wa Am e! with service nationwidment on the stage. We’ll and entertainment on the ing counties will take the side using a spray hose’s a volunteer department, Fredericksburg, OH. 44627 Service & main you stage will pro-ringnight offs from battling full power, or navigate an device have our water fight, a de t hea Repair renbe r cur in Tra vided See our ad on page 7 by local talent. blazes to battle each other obstacle course. ur yo See Pg. 4 — FESTIVAL quilt auction that we do & of s Cleaning eiv e up to 50 %


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Benefit dinner to be held for Carol Albert

There will be a benefit dinner, auction and raffle drawing to benefit Carol Albert, who has been diagnosed with cancer. She has undergone surgery with more to

come. She is a single mother and proceeds will help with gas, groceries and monthly bills. The event will be Saturday, July 27, at the Millersburg Eagles.

Spaghetti will be served at 4 p.m., by donation. The auction/ raffle will begin at 6 p.m. To make donations for the event, call 330-4738196.

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July 11th – 13th, 2013

Festival (Continued From Page 3) the proceeds raised from the fireman’s festival allow the department to maintain its current equipment, purchase new equipment and supplies and provide training to local fire and EMS personnel. “Proceeds go to the training, education, equipment and all the things that we need to maintain the department,” Mellor explained. The East Holmes Fire & EMS District currently has a full roster with 45 volunteer members. The department not only responds to fires and emergencies that occur in the jurisdiction of the East Holmes Fire & EMS District, it lends


assistance to neighboring departments when requested. With all the efforts of the day combined, the festival usually generates $12,000-$18,000 for the department. “The community support is fantastic. It is a really good chance for us to give back to the community, it’s a good time for us to meet with

them one-on-one and we really look forward to it every year,” said Mellor. The event is sponosred by Farmstead Restaurant, Hummel Group, Western Reserve Group and Walnut Hills. Reporter Kelley Mohr can be reached at 330674-5676 or

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Groceries • Veggies • Baked Goods Bent & Dent Calendar Veterans office taking applications

The Holmes County Veterans Service Center will accept applicaThere will be a haystack tions for assistance for breakfast and silent auc- July through July 19 at tion Saturday (July 13) noon. The board will meet from 6-11 a.m. to benefit the Pin Oak Grove July 22 at 6:30 p.m. Office School. The benefit will hours are Monday, 8:30 be at the Harry Yoder a.m.-5:30 p.m.; and Tuesresidence, 3186 Graber day-Friday, 8:30 a.m.-4:30 Road, Fredericksburg. p.m. For more information Donations are needed; call 330-674-4806. call 330-695-9978.



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

The American Legion is sponsoring the second annual Jo Muse Memorial Golf Scramble on July 13. The scramble will start at 9 a.m. at Fire Ridge Golf Course, with pro- YesterYears ceeds donated to the in Baltic American Heart AssociBaltic Area Historical ation in Muse’s memory. Hole sponsors are cur- Society is presenting Yes- See Pg. 7 — CALENDAR rently being sought at $100 per hole. Anyone wishing to Huggies Panpers are BACK! Size 4, Lg. Box! make a contribution Name Brand Pink Lemonade. Drink Mix, Makes 34qt.$4.99 may contact Karen Name Brand Reg. Marshmallows 10 oz. .................. .69¢ Shaffer at 330-763-1006 or Georgianna Cool at We still Have Milk Chocolate Bars, Great for S’mores. 330-763-3423. While Supplies Last

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The event will include a 50/50 drawing, proximities, circle hole, mulligans and skins. Cost is $40 per player with discounted rates for season pass holders and includes lunch following the event. Sign up at Fire Ridge or by calling the course at 330-674-3921.


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The Holmes County Historical Society will hold a pancake and sausage breakfast to benefit the Castle Club on July 13, 7-10 a.m. Proceeds will be used toward the purchase of a new refrigerator for the facility. The menu is pancakes, sausage, eggs, fruit, coffee cake and beverages. Cost is by donation. The Victorian House will observe extended hours that day, opening 8 a.m.11 a.m., with self-guided tours offered for $5 per person. Regular rates will apply during normal hours of 1-4 p.m. The Castle Club is located at 484 Wooster Road.

Jo Muse Memorial Golf Scramble set for July 13


Benefit is Saturday for Pin Oak Grove School

Society to hold benefit breakfast

Virginia Smoked Ham “Walnut Creek” ............$2.59 lb. Virginia Honey Ham “ Walnut Creek” ........................$2.59 lb. Marble Cheese Horns “ Walnut Creek” ...........$2.45 lb. Alpine Swiss Cheese ...........................................$2.98 lb. Farmers Cheese Mini Horns ...............................$2.89 lb. Brick Cheese .........................................................$2.89 lb. Meat Franks “ Walnut Creek” ...............................$1.99 lb. Cheese Franks “ Walnut Creek” ...........................$2.45 lb. Shredded Hash Browns........................................$1.05lb. Elbow Macaroni ...................................................$1.39 lb. Spaghetti ................................................................$1.39 lb.


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Groceries • Veggies • Baked Goods Bent & Dent Calendar

of media items. Prices Red Cross Blood Drive range from 25 cents to Thursday, July 25, from $1.25; certain special 2-7 p.m. at the post books will be priced home. (Continued From Page 6) individually. Books range from Speakers featured children’s to juvenile Used Book Sale at Retired to adult, both in fiction and nonfiction. Teachers meeting is July 18-20 Payment may be West Holmes The annual used book made by check or “Cruising the Great to hold 40-year Loop” will be present- sale, sponsored by the cash. All proceeds go ed by David and Linda Wooster Friends of the to support the Wayne reunion Bush at the July 18 Wayne County Library, County Public Library. West Holmes Class meeting of the Holmes will begin on July 18 Parking is available at of 1973 will hold its County Retired Teach- and run through July 20. Zion Lutheran Church, 40-year reunion Aug. 10. ers. The Bushes spent a The sale will be held in across the street from For details, contact Roc year on the Sea Hawk the “The Book Cellar” the Operations Center. Baker, roc@bakerwell. III traveling along the in the old library buildFor further informa- com, 330-231-8255. east coast of the United ing at the corners of tion, go to www.wayneStates and through the Larwill and North Mar- Bike ride canals, lakes and river ket streets. The “Book systems on the interior. Cellar” is handicapped benefits STEPS Weber Girl’s Linda Bush recorded a accessible. A bike ride to benefit The sale runs from Blood Drive log which later became STEPS at Liberty Centhe book, “A Seed — A 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on ter, called Break the Thursday and Friday; is July 25 Dream — A Boat.” The group will meet and 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Th e H o l m e s v i l l e Cycle, will be held Aug. at the Holmes County Saturday. Saturday’s American Legion Post 24 starting at the Wayne Library in the down- sale features a bag full No. 551 will be holding County fairgrounds. There will be 12-, stairs meeting room. A of books for $5. its annual Weber Girl’s This year’s sale catered lunch will be served at 11:30 a.m. fol- includes more than 10,000 used books, lowed by the program. All retired educators along with a variety NAME BRAND Pink Lemonade Mix (5 lb.) .................... $4.05 are invited to attend. Call or text reservations to 330-763-4031 or email by July 17.


Creek. Order off the menu for dinner. There will be a short program followed by plenty of time for socializing. Please pass the word to class members, near and far. For further information a Facebook site has been developed. Go to “Hiland Class of 73” on Facebook. For more information Hiland Class contact Max Beachy at 330-897-8024 or max. of 1973 to; hold reunion Jeff & Sharon Schrock The Hiland Class of at jschrock1017@fron1973 plans to observe or 330-473its 40-year c l a s s 7604: or Glenn Hershreunion Saturday, Aug. berger at 330-473-7435 31, at 6:30 p.m. at Der or ghersh16@gmail. Dutchman in Walnut com. 25- and 64-mile route options. Bikers can register at www.btcbenefit. org. For more information call 330-264-8498. STEPS at Liberty Center is a program of Liberty Center Connections. Its mission is to prevent and treat chemical dependence and abuse.

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Community Commentary

Three little birds at the store Normally I like to feed my family healthy, fresh food. In the summer when local produce is bountiful and beautiful, there is nothing better than the smell of a red, ripe tomato so fresh off the vine and into the store and then onto our plates. And with the unstructured schedule of summer break, there is actual time in the day to prepare gorgeous salads that require tedious chopping and an abundance of ingredients. I love all of that. The food, the time, the preparation, and most of all, I love the eating. In my dreamland, it would happen every single day. We would saunter up to the market and hand pick the greenest of beans and the reddest of watermelons. Each child would have a nutritious recipe to prepare and a smile on his or her face as they watched their food take shape from the beginning to the very end, where they would all devour their creations. But that’s dreamland; in

reality, having my three lovely children home with me every day during the summer doesn’t quite happen. It’s not that I don’t enjoy every second of time we are able to spend together, because for the most part I do. But the bits of time that I loathe more than anything else is taking them all to the grocery store. It usually plays out a little something like this. ... I finally get them all organized and dressed and remind them they have to wear shoes in public places and by the time we actually get to the store, I am so flustered I have left my organized list at home. Once we have dodged the dangers of trying to maneuver three kids who aren’t paying attention through a parking lot, we enter and I quietly remind them to

please not take up the entire aisle and that they may not all stand on the front of the cart so I can take them on a joyride through the freezer section. They politely don’t listen to a word I’m saying and immediately start asking for snacks and fighting over who gets to pick out the ice cream, which I’m pretty sure wasn’t on the list. “Focus,” I tell myself. “Focus on the task at hand. You need food. You have been cleaning out the freezer and the back shelves of the pantry for days and besides that mystery frozen baggie from last year, there is literally nothing left except mustard and pickles. Focus, focus, focu...” “Hey mom, what’s for dinner? Can we get something to hold us over? I’m hungry.” And so it begins, the mental challenge of trying to concentrate with three little people doing their very best to distract you in any way possible. You tell yourself you will not yell or raise

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Millersburg water report available The village’s 2012 quality water report is available at For more information or to receive a copy in the mail, call Nathan Troyer at 330-674-1886.

New arrivals HARLEY DANERYS was born June 20 to Jack and Ashley Moutoux of Millersburg. She weighed 7 pounds, .1 ounce and was 19.5 inches long. Grandparents are Wayne and Peggy Pyers of Millersburg, Scott Buente, Kathy Moutoux, both of Killbuck, Michael Moutoux and Emily Warner, both of Pinos Altos, N.M. Great-grandparents are Jack and Donna Ihde of Oak Harbor and Andrew “Chuck” Moutroux of Seymour, Ind. A GIRL, Landry Renee, was born June 27 at Wooster Community Hospital to Brandon and Jessica Gaudy of Millersburg. She weighed 8 pounds, 11.8 ounces and was 20 inches long. She joins a sister, Talyn.

Grandparents are Don and Johnna Goudy of Millersburg and John and Jane Brown of Big Prairie. Great-grandparents are Dorothy Gaudy of Millersburg, Eileen Higgs of Apple Creek and Donna Wardell of Killbuck.

Personal DOROTHY SIDLE KREGER-CRAIG will celebrate her 80th birthday on July 16. To wish this bus driver and vocalist/pianist a happy birthday, send her a card at: Dorothy Craig, 12294 County Road 319, Big Prairie, OH 44611.

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, 330-276-3322. Donations may be sent to Croskey at 12049 U.S. 62, Killbuck 44637 or Lilian Duncan, P.O. Box 284 Killbuck 44637.

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your voice, but in a matter of minutes you turn into that mom you said you would never be: The mom who smiles and grits her teeth and at a distance appears to be grinning lovingly up close to her child’s face. But truthfully, she’s clenching her jaw and whispering things like, “if you don’t start behaving I will …” (You can fill in your own favorite punishment.) My dear husband doesn’t quite understand what it’s like to shop with the kids. The best way I can describe it is it’s like instead of children, they are actually three tiny little birds. They are all sitting on your nose and no matter what you do or how many times you plead, they just peck away and inevitably drive you completely bonkers. It’s not like they are trying to make you mad, they are just birds. Cute little birds that do what birds do best and they can’t help the fact they were dragged along to the store. Tomorrow’s dinner: Mystery freezer baggie.


Vacation Bible School Millersburg United Methodist Church will present HayDay VBS: Growing in Friendship with Jesus July 12-14 at the church, 5395 Township Road 336. VBS is for preschoolers through fifth-grade students and will be from 6-8:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday with a Sunday morning Celebration Service at 10 a.m.; lunch will follow the service. Register online at or call 330-674-2641.

where children will experience the love of Jesus, meet Bible neighbors, and explore everyday life of international neighbors from Japan, Zimbabwe, United Kingdom, Australia and Mexico. The mission project is DressA-Child. For more information, call 330-897-8193.

Chuck Wagon Gang ministers in music

Nationally known Chuck Wagon Gang will be ministering in music Saturday (July 13) Baltic Community at 7 p.m. at Gospel Hill VBS for children ages 3 Ministry, 27610 Townyears through sixth grade ship Road 45, Warsaw, will be July 22-26 from at the church’s outdoor 6:30-8:45 p.m. at Zion place of worship. Take a United Church of Christ, lawn chair for best seat203 N. Butler St. It is ing; in case of inclement sponsored by Baltic area weather the sing will be churches. The theme is held inside. A food stand “Welcome to Everywhere will serve 5:30–6:45 p.m. Fun Fair,” an interactive For further information Bible-based program call 740-824-3300 or visit

websites www.gospelhill. org;

Gospel music at Baltic park DJ & Friends and singers from surrounding areas, including Norwich, Zanesville and Buffalo, Ohio, will perform gospel music July 18, 6:30-8 p.m. at the park in Baltic. Take a lawn chair or blanket. Event will be held rain or shine.

Saturday Sing at Faith Baptist A Southern Baptist Concert will be presented July 20 at 4 p.m. at Faith Baptist Church in Wilmot. Featured artists will be the Mercy River Quartet and the Gospel H.I.M.S. It will be a great time of singing followed by salads, sandwiches and wonderful fellowship. On Aug. 17, Gospel Harmonaires and Victory Trio will be featured.

For information or directions, call 330-447-4339.

The Caring Friends The Caring Friends, a grief share group, meet the second Tuesday of each month from 6-7:30 p.m. at Ripley Church of Christ, 12298 County Road 330, Big Prairie (south of Shreve), to provide support, comfort and hope for those who have suffered the loss of a child or grandchild. Adult siblings are also welcome. For information, call the church office, 330-567-2320.

Donations needed Donations are needed to help troubled boys. The Trading Post Thrift Store is located at 7703-B state Route 241, just west of Mount Hope. All proceeds will go to support the Ohio Wilderness Boys Camp. Call 330-857-5516.

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Local Entertainment Christmas in July Brighten summer with shopping and pampering extravaganza Saturday By CHRISTINE L. PRATT Staff Writer Bringing ladies — friends, sisters, mothers and daughters — together for a mid-year pampering and shopping extravaganza is the focus of Saturday’s Christmas in July. Sponsored by Eighteen 76 Salon and Spa, with support from Historic Downtown Millersburg and several downtown businesses, the event is scheduled for 10 a.m.-2 p.m. “I basically wanted to have a big shopping day,” said Eighteen 76 owner Rachel Croskey. “I wanted a way to brighten up the summer — a fun event and a way to get ladies out and get people into the downtown.” A total of 15 outside vendors will be set up in the salon and neighboring Hotel Millersburg. With items ranging from jewelry, children’s cloth-

ing, crafts, handbags and more, they are: Twiggy’s Crafts, Arbonne, Jamberry Nails, Catered Jewelry Designated, ThirtyOne, Scentsy, Tastefully Simple, Pampered Chef, DoTERRA Essential Oils, Paparazzi Jewelry, Premier Design Jewelry, Silpada, Finn L. Be Creatives, Salt Creek Times and Livi Bean Designs. Several downtown merchants also will be participating, with a variety of sales and specials. They include Starlight Antiques, Pioneer Loft, Hotel Millersburg, Jackson Street Galleries and Bookworms Cafe. Participants will earn a chance to win a prize basket by visiting the participating businesses and making purchases from the visiting vendors. Raffle tickets will be awarded at each business and for every $20 spent with the vendors, said Croskey, who said participants Mike Schenk photo/

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“I tell her, I wish she could give a class,” Lamp said, giving praise to Croskey’s enthusiasm and eagerness. “It makes my job so much easier. This is what we need. We need people who have gumption. There are just some people who have that drive to make things happen themselves, and

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the many appetizers available or get right to shopping. The event, although not sponsored by HDM, is being promoted by the organization, said Executive Director Judy Lamp, who said she is enjoying playing a supportive role to such a young entrepreneur.

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that is exactly what she’s doing.” “These (downtown) merchants, their job is to sell their wares and services,” she said, noting that by sponsoring their own events, they can not only promote their own business, but help to make the entire downtown better. All the downtown businesses benefit from such events, she said. “Anybody we can get to come in who wouldn’t is a bonus,” Lamp said, explaining that every time a new person crosses the threshold, business is made. And, when it comes to the official HDM events, she said, she’s excited to have those same eager merchants at her side, promoting themselves, the downtown and their neighbors. “If she’s willing to do (Christmas in July), I See Pg. 11 — JULY

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Living the dream for many out on the open road Several years ago, not long after my work life had planted me in downtown Millersburg every day, I had a visit at the office from an old friend. Bill and I had ridden together on a number of different squads over the years and made some of our greatest bicycling memories as members of a four-man team that ruled the legendary 24-Hours of Vulture’s Knob mountain bike race during a time that most of us now refer to as “back in the day.” I hadn’t seen Bill in a couple of years, so it was a real treat when he dropped in. We regaled each other with memories of the mud, mos-

anymore.” He deflected further questions by pulling something from his pocket. It was his mountain bike headlamp. “Here,” he said. “I’m not going to be needing this anymore. If you can’t use it, I know you’ll find someone who can.” “Sure, Bill, I can find someone ... but, Lord, that thing’s worth a couple hundred bucks. Why don’t you sell it on eBay or something?” I said. “No,” he said, shaking his head. “I just want it to be used. I’m not interested in anything but that. I had a lot of fun with it and now it’s someone else’s turn.”

quitoes, five-foot snakes and pie pan-sized moths that were all a part of that now-defunct summertime ritual along the banks of the mighty Killbuck. Bill knew I was still riding by following my exploits in the newspaper, but I wasn’t sure about him. I hadn’t seen him at the races in a long time and when I asked, he mumbled that he “didn’t have a lot of time

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July (Continued From Page 10) know she’s willing to help with our HDM events. It shows she’s got her head where it really needs to be with the promotion of not only herself but the

whole downtown area,” Lamp said. Official HDM events include not only the upcoming Antiques in the Alley, on Aug. 3, but Girls Night Out, the Holmes 100 bike race, Boo in the ’Burg, Soire Saturday,

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Klingendale Final Cut Amy captured the Grand Champion ribbon at the Northeast Ohio District Holstein Show held Saturday, June 29, at the Mahoning County Fairgrounds in Canfield. Shown by David Klingensmith, Leavittsburg, she was the Senior Champion, the winning Four Year Old, Best Udder in Show, and Best Bred and Owned. Her sire is Gillete Final Cut-ET. Reserve Champion honors went to Whiteleather Sizzle 1440Et, the second place Four Year Old and Reserve Senior Champion, sired by Picston Shottle, and shown by Whiteleather Holsteins, Minerva. Junior Champion of the Open show was the Fall calf, Beardsley Braxton Redbull, sired by Rea-

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Markets FARMERSTOWN LIVESTOCK 2907 Township Road 190 Baltic; 330-897-6081 330-897-2275; 330-231-6809 July 2 51 CALVES — Good to choice calves 95-110; medium to good calves 85-95; fair to medium calves 70-85; commons and lights 70-down; cross bred calves 140-down; back to farm, bull calves 110-147; back to farm, heifer calves 110-160. PIGS — 70 lbs.-up 20-107. 9 SHEEP & LAMBS — Fair to medium lambs 97; feeder lambs 100-120; sheep for slaughter 20-50. 8 GOATS — 17-155. 69 BUTCHER HOGS — 210-240 lbs. 62-67; 240-260 lbs. 68; butcher sows 50-68; boars by wt. 23. 40 CATTLE — Steers 90-119.75; heifers 90-104; bulls 88.75-91.25; good beef cows 77-82.50; medium to good beef cows 71-77; fair to medium cows 65-71; common cows

64-down; Feeder Cattle: steer & bulls 111; heifers 112. 177 TOTAL HEAD. 29 LOADS ALL NEW HAY — 1st cutting 150-275; rd. hay 40-170 ton; big rd/ bales 20-60. SUGARCREEK LIVESTOCK AUCTION INC. July 1 84 CALVES — Choice calves 125-150; good calves 100-120; light & thins 50-down; back to farm bulls 100-150; FEEDERS: Steers & bulls 90-118; heifers 80-115; Holstein feeders 75-90. 172 CATTLE — Choice steers 118-123.50; good steers 110-117.50; Holstein steers 85-106; choice heifers 116121.50; good heifers 100-115; good Holstein cows 75.86.50; yellow & thins 70-down; bulls 80-87.50; top dairy 1,475; top heifer 1,475. 157 HORSES — Top horse 1,250; top pony 150. 4 GOATS — 75-100.

MOUNT HOPE AUCTION July 3 17 HOGS —220-250 lbs. 75.75; 250-280 lbs. 70-77.50; sows heavy 64.50. 5 FEEDER PIGS — 60 lbs.up 47.50. 42 CATTLE — Choice steers 110-119; good steers 95-103; choice Holstein steers 98-103; good Holstein steers 85-98. 12 BULLS — Jersey bulls 75-81; 1,000-1,500 lbs. 85-91; 1,500-2,000 lbs. 92-99.50. 85 CULL COWS — Good 73-86.50; medium-good 66-73; fair-medium 59-66; light-thin 59-down; 63 FEEDERS — Steers and heifers 62.50-110. 36 DAIRY — Cows 925 down; bred heifers 1,450 down. 197 CALVES — 95-120 lbs. 130-180; good 80-130; common 40-80; back to farm Holstein heifers 95-120 lbs. 100-170; crossbred bulls 110-200; crossbred heifers 100-172.50.

241 GOATS — Kid 145down; billies 185 down; nannies165-down; wethers 175down. 664 HEAD SHEEP — Bucks & ewes 35-60; lambs 40-60 lbs. 135-200; 60-80 lbs. 130-155; 80-100 lbs. 125-140; 100-130 lbs. 120-142; 130 lbs.up 115-135. TOTAL HEAD — 1,364. 66 LOADS — Alfalfa 2nd cutting 385-420; alfalfa 3rd and 4th cutting 325-450; mixed 1st cutting 80-275; mixed 2nd cutting 160-260; lg. bales hay 27.50-55; lg bales hay 95-200 ton; wheat straw 235-250; ear corn 215-225; barley 11 per hundred wt. KIDRON AUCTION July 5 29 HOGS — 210-230 lbs. 76; 230-260 lbs. 58-84; butcher sows 41-51; boars by weight 55-57. 126 FEEDER PIGS — Up to 40 lbs. 60-64; 41-50 lbs. 71-73; 50-62 lbs. 74-92; 61 lbs.up 87; service boars 75-120;

roasters 70-102.50. 102 CALVES — Back to farm, bulls 90-145; back to farm, heifers 95-170; light & thin 85-down. 80 CATTLE — Steers 81-101; heifers 76.50-86.50; good beef cows 77-81.50; medium to good 72.50-76; thin-poor 75-down; feeder heifers 100. 7 SHEEP — Cull ewes and bucks 50-55. 33 GOATS — 42.50-180. 106 DAIRY CATTLE — Cows 1,400-down; bred heifers 1,460-down; service bulls 6751,125, open heifers 410-910. TOTAL HEAD 483; Consignors 117. 16 HAY & STRAW — Hay 1st cutting 230-290; 2nd cutting 260; lg. bales 90 each and 130-150 ton; straw 150-170 ton; oats 16 per cwt. WOOSTER HAY AUCTION TOWN & COUNTRY July 6 24 LOADS — 1st cutting new 120-210 ton; rd. 23 bale; big sq.

Farm briefs

Those interested in learning how to preserve fresh foods at home are invited to join the Ohio Farm Bureau Federation for a live online meeting July 16 at 7 p.m. The event is free and open to the public, but registration is required by July 15. To register, visit and click “Food Preservation Web Meeting.” “People want to preserve the excess food from their garden to enjoy year-round,” said Janet Cassidy, OFBF senior director, marketing communications. “Meeting attendees will learn how

to use water bath canning and freezing techniques.” Cassidy will be joined by Linnette Goard, food specialist, food safety, Ohio State University Extension. Guests can submit questions prior to and during the event. Additionally, participants can join the Our Ohio Cooking group, open to anybody interested in talking about Ohio foods and cooking. The group is a great place to meet other local food enthusiasts, network, share recipes and ask questions before and after the event. To join, visit Facebook and search Our Ohio Cooking.

Canning sessions held monthly The basics of home canning and drying is the

focus of a free monthly food preservation program presented by the Holmes County Ohio State University Extention the third Monday of each month at 6:30 p.m., through September, at the Extension Office. “We emphasize the science behind preservation,” Extension educator Kate Shumaker said. “We want everyone who home preserves foods to understand why certain procedures must be followed precisely to ensure a high-quality, safe product that they and their family can enjoy.” The classes will address basic food safety principles, how to safely prepare food products for canning and drying and princi-

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Get a good read on summer fun at the library By KELLEY MOHR Staff Writer This summer the Holmes County District Public Library has a reading program for readers of any age. Children ages 4-12 can read all summer with the Dig Into Reading Children’s Summer Reading Program, said Children’s Department librarian Michele Skolmutch. Children who read for two hours each week, or are read to, could earn incentives as well as weekly prize drawings. Free weekly children’s events have included a visit from the Akron Zoomobile, I Dig Reading!, Dig It? Draw It with Jeff Nicholas and even more as the summer continues. The Dig Into Reading Children’s Summer Reading Program also has been offered at the East Branch in Walnut Creek, with events like Mad Science and Storytime with Miss Ellen, among others. For younger children, the library offered the Rub-adub-dub Club, a summer

reading program for babies from birth to 3-years-old. “The Rub-a-dub-dub Club is summer reading fun and activities for your little one, ages birth to 3-years-old,” said Skolmutch. “Reading to your baby not only creates a special bonding time together, but also builds their brain power, helps them learn language, encourages speech and prepares them to be readers.” Held through Aug. 5, the club is split into two months, with each month featuring 14 early literacy reading and activity suggestions. Details can be found at Participants can complete a set of activities to earn prizes, including a new board book to take home. Programs like these encourage children to continue to read throughout the summer — a vital activity, according to Skolmutch. “For kids who are learning to read and who are reading on their own, they

can fall back three or four months in their reading abilities if they even take the summer off,” she said. Reading scores will also drop, she said, “So when they start up in the fall they will be behind. Over the course of several summers, they can end up falling a year or more behind.” The library combats this by making reading fun. “The library provides all these incentives in a time when there are a lot of other things vying for children’s attentions,” said Skolmutch. “We encourage them to read so we can bridge that gap during the summer.” This year, the Children’s Summer Reading Program has been well attended. “We have had great attendance for the weekly program, we’ve averaged well over 100 for each one,” said Skolmutch. “We’ve got about 251 children signed up for the program, committing to read each week to earn incentives. They have read about 1,800 hours so far.” There also was a teen

reading program, which ended July 8. Mostly, the teens focused on an underground theme — the avant-garde, the experimental, that which is hidden underneath the surface. Steampunk, for example, was science fiction that typically features steampowered machinery, evoking a sense of the Victorian Era. The teens played Minecraft, a game that involves using blocks to build anything imaginable, and took a metal detector course to further explore the “Underground” theme in a more literal way. “I love this theme, because it can be either the literal definition or something else,” Teen Librarian and East Branch Manager Kim Hiller said. The teens love it too. This year, 96 teens signed up compared to only 63 participants the previous year. A Minecraft event will be held July 13, followed by Steampunk & Archaeology on July 27 with crafts and games. Finally, a Zom-

representations will be gathered in a book and shared at the Holmes County Library as well as on its web site. Contact Susan Corl at 330674-5972 with questions or for more information. The Wayne Community College library has offered to provide community cards to Holmes County residents. To apply for the card and see card holder benefits, you may download an application from https://wayne.uakron. edu/library/ or visit the Central Library in Millersburg for a paper form. All applications must e returned to the Holmes County Library for processing. For information, contact Susan Corl at 330-674-5972, Ext. 227 or email scorl@holmeslib.

org. — One-on-One eReader Help Sessions at the Central Library — The Holmes County Library is now offering one-onone help for those with ereader devices. Sessions will be up to 30 minutes showing patrons how to check out and download library ebooks and other digital media. Participants must have a valid Holmes County District Public Library card with an account in good standing. To set up an appointment call 330674-5972.

bie Lock-In will be held Aug. 16 with games such as zombie tag, zombies run obstacle course and more zombie-related activities. “Summer reading is important because it instills in (teens) a lifelong love of reading. It is something fun, it’s free and it is a way to escape — they all have jobs, family obligations, friends … but when you pick up a book to read, it’s alone time to do with what you like,” said Hiller. “Plus, you get awesome prizes for reading.” Those who read four hours each week are eligible for the grand prize — four tickets to Cedar Point and a $30 gas card — and weekly drawings. Adults could also participate in the Groundbreaking Reads Summer Reading Program from June 3 to July 13, which featured corresponding events. In this instance, “Groundbreaking” can also be taken literally or figuratively. “It can be gardening, or something revolutionary or people who are groundbreaking, the movers and

shakers,” explained Hiller. Two events will tie in with Paranormal Investigations at the Hotel Millersburg on July 13. Dining with the Dead in June took readers on a tour of Oak Hill Cemetery in Millersburg, where participants learned about burial customs, gravestone symbolism and how to do a tombstone rubbing. As for the Paranormal Investigation, researchers from the library and the Central Ohio Paranormal Research Group will determine whether ghosts really haunt the Hotel Millersburg, as rumors suggest. Participants can learn what equipment is used to detect paranormal activity, then follow along with the investigation in the parlor. The program will take place in the Buckeye Room, where coffee and dessert will be served. Registration is required. For more information or to register for programs and events, visit the central library or call 330-6745972.

gram at the Loudonville Public Library. Enjoy books, movies, special events and prizes for all ages. All programs are free and open to all, so stop in the library and pick up a flier or visit the website at — Summer Reading Program Grand Finale (Central Park Fountain), Saturday, July 13 at 11:30 a.m. You will want to wear a bathing suit, take a towel, pack a lunch and be prepared to get wet. At about 12:15 p.m. there will be a comedy and juggling show with Loudonville Public Matt Jergens. Teens can Library sign up for a 45-minute — Summer reading juggling lesson with Jerprograms for babies, gens that will take place kids, teens and adults after the show. Space is continue through July 20. limited for the juggling Check out this year’s lesson, so sign up soon. Summer Reading Pro— Teen Movie, “Oz

the Great and Powerful,” Thursday, July 18, 5:30 p.m. Popcorn will be served during the film. Teens 13 and older, permission slip required. (PG) (130 mins.) — Adult Craft (Cork Coaster Set), Thursday, July 18 at 7 p.m. Decorate a set of four cork coasters. You will have a variety of paints and stencils to work with. Class size is limited to 15 so sign up early by stopping in or calling the library at 419-994-5531 — Adult Book Discussion Group, Tuesday, July 23 at 11 a.m. Join this lively group in the library café. This month’s book is “King Peggy” by Peggielene Bartels and can be picked up at the circulation desk. New members are always welcome so take a friend.

Library programs 13 at 7 p.m., Hotel Millersburg. Do ghosts really haunt Hotel Millersburg? Join the Library and the Central Ohio Paranormal Research Group for this fun, interactive program to find out. Coffee and dessert will be served. Registration required. For more information call 330-6745972 or visit Ongoing programs “Our Town, Memories of Holmes County Project” — Do you have old pictures of an event or people in Holmes County? Please consider sharing or donating your photos to the “Our Town” project. The images or scanned


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Club might be just what you need to make your book a reality. KVWG is a group of serious adult writers who are working on novels, short stories and non-fiction. KVWG offers a supportive environment where you can share your ideas and in turn, receive critiques, feedback or encouragement. KVWG meets most Sundays at 1 p.m. in the Fireplace Room at Jitters Coffee House, Millersburg. Call 330-464-0624 or go to for more information.

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way once more. His parting handshake was so strangely cold. I never saw him again. He had asked that bicycles be present at his memorial service. We all rode. It had been almost exactly two years from Bill’s passing the day I rode up on a carefree young character pedaling from Memphis to Boston on his mom’s old 10-speed. Putting him up for the night and swapping stories over a big pizza and a couple of beers gave me, along with my wife and kids, a chance to vicariously live a bit of the dream. We chatted and laughed over the lessons of the road while I gave his bike a thorough once-over in my basement shop. It was only then that I realized he’d come all that way wearing flatsoled sneakers on top of

steel “rat-trap” pedals — fine if you’re riding down the block to the coffee shop but woefully inadequate for a crosscountry trek. What happened when I pulled the dusty box of “Bill’s stuff” from the shelf can only be described as a “Cinderella moment.” Bill’s cycling shoes fit this kid like they had grown from his feet! I dug a little deeper in the box and found a set of pedals to match! When Chris rode off the next morning his trip had taken on new meaning — the adventure of a lifetime had now become a tribute as well. A little bit of Bill, a little bit of all of us, is riding along with him on a trip many dream of but only few have the courage — or the time — to take. Godspeed, Chris. Godspeed, Bill.

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The beautiful wedding of Rachel Strong and Daniel Dominguez is over. The weather was perfect — sunny and in the 70s. Since it happened to be the same day as the Winesburg annual town yard sale, the bridal party made quite a hit as they walked from our house up to the church in their wedding finery. Rachel was even given a free bag of kettle corn when she stopped to buy one. As the young man who ran the stand said, “You don’t see that every day!” The four bridesmaids (all three of Rachel’s sisters and her best friend from high school) looked lovely in their pool colored gowns — as in swimming pool — not a pool hall. They each carried one longstemmed orange rose. The groom looked handsome in his dress Marine uniform. His two brothers and Rachel’s two brothers attended him. Daniel’s almost 4-year-old cousin was the flower girl. She may have dropped a total of 10 flower petals as she walked quickly down the aisle, but the important part was that she did it. The reception was held in the church fellowship hall. It was a revival of the old-fashioned wedding reception that hopefully will give others the courage to try it, too. The menu was decorated cupcakes on fancy platters, ice cream, nuts and mints. There was also punch and coffee. There was a little dancing, too. One of the highlights of the weekend was the surprise that our other Navy granddaughter, Rebekah, played on the bride. Rachel had been sad all week because she missed Rebekah and thought she was unable to come to the wedding. The night of the rehearsal Rebekah was picked up at the airport by a family friend and brought to the fellowship hall. At some point she called Rachel on her cell phone. Rachel was sitting on the floor

talking to her, but turned away from the back door. All the while Rebekah was walking toward her and then hung up on Rachel. Rachel became disgusted with her phone and commented on the bad phone service. At that moment Rebekah came up behind her, held up her phone and said loudly, “I have service here!” Oh, my. That’s when the screaming and the tears of joy started. It was priceless. Back at the ranch, our house was packed to the rafters. Not only were all eight Strongs under our roof, but also the groom and 10 of his family who had come all the way from California. Every bed, sofa and flat surface had someone sleeping on it. (In the meantime, we were peacefully up in our little apartment above the studio.) Saturday night the bride and groom went to the hotel nearest the airport so they could catch an early morning flight back to San Diego. We took Rebekah to the airport at 4:45 a.m. Sunday morning so she could go back to her base in Georgia. All the rest of the people in our house left around 9 a.m. Sunday morning with their vehicles packed to the brim. One group went back to South Carolina, the others heading west for the long trip home. We sat down and looked at our quiet house. The next couple days were spent doing laundry — all that bedding and towels, plus moving back downstairs to our own house for a short while before we move. Now we are occupied preparing for the late afternoon July 23 auction of our household items. How did we ever manage to accumulate so much stuff?

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Walnut Hills will begin construction on rehab center Ground will be broken this fall on a $3.5 million rehabilitation center at Walnut Hills Retirement Community. Construction is scheduled to be completed in fall 2014. The new center will be built onto the front of the nursing home, with a redesigned main entrance and new corridor, which will enable people to reach the rehab area without passing through any other area of the building. Ivan Weaver Construction of Fredericksburg is the general contractor for the project. “The short-term rehab program is growing, and the demand for our rehab services continues to rise,” said Jeremy Kauffman, executive director. “We are very excited to move forward with the new rehab center because we know that better space, more equipment, and a larger environment will allow us to be more effective.”

The center will have 20 private rooms with private baths, and the gym will grow from 300 square feet to 2,800 square feet, providing ample space for in- and out-patient rehab, including physical, occupational and speech therapy. The space will be less institutional and will feel more like “home,” Kauffman said, noting the rehab center will offer roll-in showers and amenities like a laundry room and kitchen area that will allow patients to work with a therapist doing the things they will do when they return home. “We recently had a therapist help a patient improve his balance and strength by practicing his golf swing,” said Kauffman. “Our therapists also take patients to nearby Walnut Creek Cheese to shop for a meal’s ingredients, and they prepare a meal here. It helps the patients feel more comfortable with cooking when they return home.” The new rehab center

will be completed debtfree. Walnut Hills will invest $1 million in the project. With a lead gift of $2 million, an additional $500,000 will need to be raised through the Transforming Lives capital campaign. To date, $91,000 of that amount has been raised through staff and residents gifts. Walnut Hills was founded in 1971 by Levi and Lillis Troyer. In 2008, Walnut Hills Retirement Community moved from a privately-owned family company to a community and church-affiliated, not-for-profit 501 c (3) organization. The new entity was made possible by the expertise and support of Greencroft Communities of Goshen, Ind., which welcomed Walnut Hills as their sixth Affiliate community. “Projects like this make Walnut Hills a better organization,” said Kauffman. “We want to keep Walnut Hills strong and growing to be able to provide good pay and bene-

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Jeremy Kauffman, executive director, points to the area where the new Walnut Hills Rehab Center will be located. The facility will be built onto the front of the existing nursing home and will have 20 private rooms and 2,800 square feet of therapy space for in-patient and out-patient rehab. fits to our employees and good services and facilities for our residents.” As a community benefit organization, Walnut Hills Retirement Community provides more

than $1 million in benevolent care to older adults and also supports many other not-for-profit organizations and projects. Walnut Hills employs 180 individuals and is

home to 270 people in several levels of care, including independent living, assisted living, a memory support household, rehabilitation and skilled nursing care.

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The festival featured area restaurants and distributors. Breweries participating were Great Lakes, Lagerheads of Medina, Thirsty Dog of Akron, JAFB in Wooster, the Ohio Brewing Company of Akron, Goose Island, Superior Beverage, Heidelberg Beverage and Esber Beverage. Millersburg Brewing Co. brewer is Marty Lindon. Arc of Stark County is an advocacy group for children with disabilities, and supports their full inclusion and participation in the community.

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This rocket is just lifting off the launch pad. Instructor Karen Lewis shows the daytime astronomy class part of the large refractor telescope they will use. Students learned about gravity, astronomy and the underlying physics of rocket flight while having fun at the Summer Science Session at West Holmes High School.

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Sugarcreek Ramseyer Scholarship to be awarded to students in ag, medical fields to support further education of local students in the fields of medicine and agricultural sciences. Robert Ramseyer was born in Switzerland and trained in the science and art of cheese-making. He came to America in 1929 and married Della Patterson from Holmesville

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Executive Director Darla Stitzlein commented, “I am pleased to be working with the Ramseyer children on the creation of this scholarship. It is a very fitting tribute to honor their parents, who worked hard for their family and the Holmes County community. This scholarship will be awarded to Holmes County students demonstrating financial need and pursuing a degree in an agricultural or medicallyrelated field, as Robert and Della dedicated their


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Engagements Stephens-Boyd Louis and Sherri Stephens of Millersburg announce the engagement of their daughter, Lynda, to Aaron Boyd of Big Prairie. He is the son of Timothy and Lori Boyd. Miss Stephens is a 2008 homeschooled graduate, a graduate of Kentucky Christian University in 2012 and the University of Denver in 2013. Her fiance is a 2008 homeschooled graduate and is employed by Digital Dish. A private outdoor

wedding is planned for August.

Mullet-Romero Paul and Cindy Mullet announce the engagement of their daughter, Rhonda, to Nixson Juaquin Jarquin Romero of Bangkok, Thailand. He is the son of pastor Jarquin Garcia and Sofia Rodriquez Romero of Boaco, Nicargua. Miss Mullet is a 2010 graduate of Hiland High School and has served as a missionary with Rosedale Mennonite Missions in Bangkok.

Her fiance will graduate from Kasem Bundit University in Bangkok with a bachelor of arts degree in English and plans to return to Bangkok in 2015 to study for his master’s degree at ABAC University. Her serves as a missionary with Rosedale Mennonite Missions in Bangkok. A spring wedding is planned at Mennonite Christian Assembly in Fredericksburg.

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RainSong to lead worship at Gateway Fellowship Guest musicians RainSong will be leading worship at Gateway Fellowship on Sunday, July 21 at 10 a.m. As RainSong, Terry and Darlene Wildman of Maricopa, Ariz., travel North America and abroad teaching, storytelling and sharing their Native American music. Their music style is a folk-rock blend using Native American instruments and melodies.

Their mission is to serve the First Nations People of North America; working to see dignity and harmony restored to individuals, families, clans and tribal nations. They believe that the message of Creator’s Son Jesus is for all people and must be embraced within the context of every culture to be effective. Gateway Fellowship is on State route 241, one mile


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Rhonda Mullet Nixson Romero ate of West Holmes High School and is employed by S & S Mane Attractions, Millersburg. Her fiance is a graduate of West Holmes High School and is a lineman for New River Electrical.

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World-famous birder Greg Miller to speak at The Wilderness Center Nature Photo Club meeting Internationally known birder Greg Miller will be the guest speaker at theSaturday, July 27 meeting of The Wilderness Center Nature Photo C l u b. Miller was one Miller of the birders featured in the 2004 non-fiction book, “The Big Year,” written by Pulitzer Prize-winning author Mark Obmascik. The book tells the stories of three birders who all happened to choose 1998 to do a “big year” — a quest to see as many different species of birds as possible in a single calendar year. While holding down a full-time job, Miller criss-crossed the continent, traveling 130,000 miles, and viewed See Pg. 23 — MILLER

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Obituaries Venus Zuercher departed his earthly life on July 6 at age 96. He was born on Aug. 15, 1916, on a small farm to Clarence and Ada Hershberger Zuercher in Berlin Township. He walked through a field and woods eight years to a one-room country school.  He then attended Berlin High School walking most of the time.  While in high school, he sang in a sextet that won the county championship and then sang over the Columbus radio station and made various other appearances. He enjoyed all sports. He attended Kent State University where he received a teaching certificate. He taught for 36 years, many in one-room country schools.  He was awarded a plaque for his years of teaching.  Pupils thanked him for his fairness. In 1943, he married Cora Miller. To this union were born two sons, Ted and Terry. In 1946, they bought Cora’s family farm of 164 acres on which they lived 59 years. At first they did farming, along with his teaching. They enjoyed hunting, fishing and taking nature hikes.  They also enjoyed sports in which the boys participated.  The farm had 64 acres of woods which was enjoyed by the family.  Venus often remarked how he enjoyed visits from his neighbors and former pupils. He was a member of the Grace Brethren Church

where he served as elder and on a search committee. He enjoyed singing old time hymns and his favorite was “Ivory Palaces.” He enjoyed playing harmonica.  His favorite scripture was Psalm 121 KJV. He believed in having determination, positive thinking and meditation. His loving wife Cora passed away in 2003. Surviving are son Ted and wife Deb Vincent Zuercher; granddaughter Julie and husband Charles Thornton; great-grandsons Connor and Logan; grandson Teddy and wife Mary Beth Weimer Zuercher and great-granddaughter Makaylee and greatgrandson Wesley; grandson Patrick Jay Zuercher; son Terry and wife Linda Long Zuercher; grandson Christopher and wife Sarah Kessler Zuercher; and grandson Michael and wife Rochelle Semon Zuercher and greatgrandson Beckett; a sister Elsie Byler and a cousin, friends and relatives. A memorial graveside service was held at Berlin Cemetery on Wednesday, July 10, with Pastor Doug Gray officiating. Family suggests memorial contributions be made to Holmes County Education Foundation, 114 North Clay St., Millersburg, Ohio, 44654, or Hospice & Palliative Care of Greater Wayne (Holmes) County, 2525 Back Orrville Road, Wooster, Ohio, 44691. Alexander Funeral Home handled arrangements.

Juanita McCoy, 80 Juanita E. McCoy, 80, of Shreve, passed away Sunday, July 7, 2013, at Majora Lane Care Center after an extended illness. She was born May 1, 1933, to George Wi l l i a m Marks and Bessie Matilda Hinkle. She married Chester G. Patterson and later married John N. McCoy and they preceded her in death.  She was employed by J-Sports of Millersburg. She is survived by two sons, Richard E.  and Bea Patterson of Wooster, and Michael J.  and Jennifer Patterson of Wooster; two daughters, Katherene M. and Thomas Barlow of Big Prairie, Jo Ann and Philip Smetzer of Shreve; 10 grandchildren, Richard L. Patterson, Dennis Patterson, Brian Patterson, Brent Patterson, Tim Barlow, Crystal Graham, Jessica Smetzer, Nathan Smetzer, Jonathan Patter-

son, and Chelsea Patterson; 12 great-grandchildren, Cheyenne, Bronson, Cherokee, Drew, Dawson, Dakota, Logan, Makayla, Lane, Maddax, Ella and Weston; two great-greatgrandchildren, Samantha and Drayden; three sisters, Betty M. Robinson of Millersburg, Margaret E. (Roy) Clark and Virginia F. (Chris) Day of Wooster; and a brother, Clarence J. (Jo) Marks of Fla. She was preceded in death by two brothers, William D. Marks of Millersburg, and John R. Marks of Michigan and a grandson, Joshua Smetzer. Services were Wednesday, July 10 at Alexander Funeral Home in Millersburg with Pastor Dan Kirtlan officiating. Burial was at Fryburg Cemetery in Benton. Family suggests memorial contributions be made to Hospice & Palliative Care of Greater Wayne (Holmes) County 2525 Back Orrville Road, Wooster, Ohio 44691.

Carol Maurer The “It’s All About Carol” celebration of life service will take place on Saturday, July 27, 2013 starting at 11 a.m. at the Killbuck Valley Christian Church, 10504 County Road 620, Killbuck. A fellowship lunch will follow the service. Please call Marcella Hawkins at 330465-6987 if you have any questions. Because of Carol’s passion

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Clara Morris, 82 Clara M. Morris, 82, Killbuck, went home to the Lord on Sunday, July 7, 2013, surrounded by her loved ones. Services are today (Thursday, July 11) at 11 a.m. at Alexander Funeral Home, Millersburg, with pastor Joe Milazzo officiating. Burial will be in Killbuck Cemetery. She was born May 27, 1931, to Marvin and Viola (Wesbecker) Humphrey in Evansville, Ind., and met her husband, Kenneth Morris while he was in the military. They were married July 21, 1951, and were married for 57 years. He passed away June 3, 2009. Clara was employed by West Holmes Schools as a secretary at the high school and as a bus driver. She and her husband were active members of the booster club for many years. She also had worked at Diamonite Products in Shreve, Addressograph in Holmesville, Michele Departments Store, and Fisher Big Wheel in Millersburg. She was a member of Killbuck Valley Christian Church, and with her husband was a door greeter. They both enjoyed that very much. She enjoyed watching sports, espe-

cially football, golf and car racing. She loved her flowers and decorating for all of the holidays, especially the outside Christmas decorations. Surviving are children Kenny and Helen Morris, Dr. Steve and Linda Close and Ted and Rhonda Morris, all of Millersburg, Jerry and Peggy Fraelich of Clark, Jeff and Judy Butler and Roger and Beth Morris, all of Millersburg, and Janet and Dennis Monahan of Wooster; 17 grandchildren; 21 greatgrandchildren; a brother, Edgar Humphrey; and a stepsister, Doris Knight, both of Evansville, Ind. In addition to her husband, she was preceded in death by her parents; brothers George and Gilbert Humphrey and a stepson, Richard Anderson. The family would like to give a special thanks to Sycamore Run B-Wing and Alexander Funeral Home.

Janet Wise, 78 Janet E. Wise, 78, Ocala, Fla., passed away on June 22, 2013. She was born Dec. 8, 1934, to Dorothy and Boone Enochs. She worked as a Holmes County District Public Library treasurer and was elected as Richland Township clerk for 24 years. After retirement she

moved to Ocala and worked with the Friends of the Freedom library. She leaves behind her loving husband, Paul Wise, of 60 years; three children, William, Karen and Sandra; and was grandmother and greatgrandmother to a clan of 27. She will be missed by many.

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Hitching rail could be installed in Killbuck By KELLEY MOHR Staff Writer Does Killbuck need a hitching rail? This is the question discussed by council recently in response to inquiries from community members. With more members of the Amish community moving to Killbuck or frequenting the area’s businesses, a hitching rail would serve a growing need. In response, Councilwoman

Lisa Kaufman posed the question to the Killbuck Savings Bank. “(The Killbuck Savings Bank) would be willing to give up the corner of its parking lot across from Burgett’s, as long as the village puts the rail in and keeps it cleaned up,” she said. “The bank is willing to donate the spot as long as we do the work and cleaned up after the horses.” The ground surrounding the

hitching post would have to be concrete, said Street Commissioner Brian Rippeth, as asphalt would quickly deteriorate from the use. Council decided to table the issue until discussing it with the Killbuck Community Improvement Corp. In other business, Killbuck soon will be getting many of its streets paved. Rippeth brought to council an estimate of $44,371 from Mel-

way Paving for paving North Main, Roosevelt and North Railroad streets. “We need to do North Main, North Railroad from Roosevelt to Main Street. The intersection will be done, so we should finish off Roosevelt, too,” said Rippeth. “It’s a disaster.” The paving, which will be completed in August or September, will fix the low spot on North Railroad and other problem areas.

While typically only $40,000 is designated for street repair and maintenance, Council transferred $5,000 into the fund to cover the additional costs. “It’s under $50,000 and (Melway Paving is) local,” said Rippeth. “Plus they do good work,” said Mayor Denny Hahn. Reporter Kelley Mohr can be reached at 330-674-5676 or

Awards presented at Goodwill meeting

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Awards were presented to a school, a business, two supporters and two staff members when Goodwill Industries of Wayne and Holmes Counties held its annual meeting May 8. Goodwill President Judy Delaney said the University of Akron-Wayne College was named the Award of Merit winner, while Whitaker-Myers Insurance Group was recognized for its support of Goodwill with the Distin-


guished Service Award. Thomas and Catherine Cole were named the 2012 Chair’s Volunteers, in recognition of their passion for and commitment to the agency in a variety of capacities throughout the years. Staff members Linda Kain, warehouse processor, was named the 2012 Graduate of the Year, and Denise Wilson, Millersburg store clerk, was named the 2012 Employ-

ee of the Year. Retiring Trustees Thomas Cole, Keith Hancock, James Lanham, Joseph Mast and Michael Palmer were recognized for their contribution to the agency. Incoming board Chairman Stan Popp thanked his predecessor, retiring Chairman Chris Pycraft, for the leadership he provided. Delaney thanked the board, staff and community supporters for their

parts in Goodwill’s ability to serve nearly 1,500 individuals with barriers to employment throughout 2012. Finance Committee Chairman Leo Miller said the agency is financially sound. The meeting was held at The Wooster Inn with about 100 people attending. For more information visit

Legion to hold military vehicle display On Saturday, Aug. 3, Shreve American Legion Forest Post No. 67 will sponsor Operation Healing Soldier. It will be a display of various military vehicles, weapons and other artifacts by the Marlboro Volunteers and other veterans organizations.

The display will be at the Post Home, 10094 Shreve Road (state Route 226), from 10 a.m.4 p.m. Admission and parking is free, but donations will be accepted. Net proceeds will be donated to the Wounded Warrior Project. Organizations and individuals

wishing to display vehicles or other paraphernalia are welcome to attend. For more information contact Chairman Sam Carpenter by email at cwa4474@yahoo. com. There will be food and soft beverages available.

June 24 — Holmes County Sheriff’s Office responded to a report of a robbery on Oak Street in Berlin. June 25 — Auto theft was reported on state Route 754 in Ripley Township. June 30 — A report was taken of criminal damaging on Main Street in Killbuck. July 2 — Fraud was reported on Township Road 109 in Mechanic Township. A report was taken of fraud on County Road 625 in Berlin Township. July 4 — Criminal damaging was reported on County Road 292 in Hardy Township. A report was taken of criminal mischief on County Road 316 in Ripley Township. July 5 — Fraud was

reported on Township Road 1060 in Washington Township. Fraud was reported on state Route 241 in Salt Creek Township. A report was taken of fraud on County Road 68 in Mechanic Township. July 6 — Attempted breaking and entering was reported on U.S. 62 in Killbuck Township. Attempted breaking and entering was reported on state Route 39 in Knox Township.

Millersburg Police June 26 — Millersburg Police Officers took a report of rape that occurred at a business on South Washington Street. June 27 — Theft was See Pg. 29 — RECORD

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Organic Farming Family values passed on through operating farm By LINDA HALL Staff Writer The view from the Stoller farm is expansive and pastoral, peacefully isolated despite its closeness to nearby towns. Three silos — “the three sisters,” they’ve been called — rise above the fields and barns; flowers are in bloom; and the children are enjoying a beautiful spring day and kittens trailing behind them seem to be sprinkled across the wide lawns. The children are eager to give guests fresh strawberries from the garden or to let them hold their kittens. They enjoy pointing out the habitats of the farm’s purple martins and barn swallows, counted on to help with insect control. The little girls, Melody and RoseMary, are planning a tea party with their mother for a group of friends, counting on fresh produce as part of their fare. “This was my grandfa-

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in 1997,” Scott Stoller said, certifying the first piece of land in 2001. “We certified the cows in 2003.” The trigger for change, he said, was his wife, Charlene, who didn’t grow up on a farm and didn’t accept “That’s what Dad did” as a legitimate basis, for instance, for “routinely giving antibiotics to dry cows.” And, if chemicals when they are spilled constitute a health hazard, then why not when they are used as fertilizers? she wondered. “We call it connecting the dots,” Charlene Stoller said. “We used to fix the symptoms,” Scott Stoller said, but something was missing — for example, instead of killing the bug, why not discover why it has become a pest? He acknowledged some mistakes along the path to becoming an organic farm, but steadfastly followed a plan with two main points.

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The cows on the Stollers’ organic dairy farm in Sterling may pass through a non-pesticide fly remover in order to get comfortable. Scott Stoller says nothing is used that “ends in ’cide.”

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Values When the boys reach the age of 6, they are The first part deals with given jobs around the “things we don’t use,” farm, he said, while “the including “anything that girls help Mom. It’s good ends in ‘cide,’” he said. for kids to have a producAnother component tive job.” is that the cows on an Beyond the farming organic dairy farm may operations is the labor not be administered anti- which sustains them as biotics when sick. a family, such as tend“It’s very rare when you ing the gardens and fruit can’t cure them with natu- trees and making maple ral remedies,” he said, but syrup. if they are given an anti“I used to drive the biotic, they can no longer tractor,” Charlene Stoller be part of the herd. said, but pointed out, “I Neither can growth have five sons.” hormones be used on the Even so, said Charcows, he said, or chemical lene, who often does the fertilizers on the crops. milking, “Most things we On the “do” side, Scott work at together.” Stoller, said, “the biggest Nelson Stoller said it thing is crop rotation.” is difficult to put into With cover crops, “fol- words how he feels about low a legume with a grass the legacy of his family’s plant.” farm. Moving the fencing “It’s basically all I’ve offers “always fresh known,” he said, adding, grass” for the herd; twice “I probably don’t reala day, the cows graze on a ize how much it means new patch. to me.” Because he is an organic “We don’t require any farmer, “My consumer is of them to stay (on the buying into a system (in farm),” Charlene Stoller which) I don’t put (tox- said, but “we hope the ins). We’re going to have ones who want to farm, less of (the pollutants get to farm.” that are in the ground “The boys get along and the atmosphere).” well with their dad,” she The farm’s organic said. practices are matched “I just like the idea of by family values passed working with my dad and on through operating the brothers,” Warren Stoller farm together. said. (Continued From Page 26)

Scott Stoller is pleased with all aspects of the farm. “We’re constantly learning,” he said, acknowledging, “Our (milk) production is a little lower,” in part because he is “not pushing (the cows) so hard.” The crop yields, on the other hand, are “at the county average or above.” Overall, he said, “I’m convinced you can feed the nation organically,” but doing so would demand “a whole lot more people working (at it).” With organic farming, “the quality goes up, and it helps the economy.” “It’s a long learning curve,” he said, noting, “Fifteen to 20 percent annual growth is what the trend has been.” “The consumer drives (it),” he said. “We’re producing the food they want.” When Stoller had an accident with a piece of farm machinery years ago, the task of managing the farm looked daunting. But “it’s worked well,” he said, remembering, “When you’re young and unsuspecting, maybe you don’t know all that can go wrong.” The family farms the

The younger Stollers in Scott and Charlene Stoller’s family of eight take a break on their organic dairy farm in Sterling. 370 acres it owns and an additional 500 acres. “It’s neat to have a farm that has been in the family for more than 100 years,” Scott Stoller said.

He understands organic farming isn’t for everyone, at least not yet; and acknowledges, “We don’t have all the answers.” On the plus side, “at least

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Alumni of Big Prairie-Lakeville class of 1953, celebrating their 60-year reunion were Mary Jean Bechtel VanSickle (front left), Julia Bigler Madden, Shirley Scott Conner, Ruthella Flinner Hall, John Darr (back left), Nelson Madden and Hershel McClure.

Alumni of Big Prairie-Lakeville class of 1963 celebrating their 50-year reunion were Mary Ann Menchhoferr Sprang (front left), Virginia Sigler Spitler, Gail Way Rosales, Nancy Parker, Sam Crawford (back left), Verton Yoder, Jerry Henderson, Ed Root, Rich Aber, Ed Miller, Rick Johnson, Dick Gilliam, Dick Sprang and Terry Ross.

Classes of ’53, ’63 honored by Big Prairie-Lakeville Alumni tion was by Chuck Paullin (1969). The banquet was served by Penny’s Catering of Danville (Penny Blubaugh, Class of 1968). Dean Smith, 92, was present and is the only living member of the Class of 1938 (75 years). Other honored classes were: 1948, 1953, 1958, 1968 and 1973. Sam Crawford asked

the 14 members present from the Class of 1963 (50 years) to introduce themselves. Rick Johnson gave questions and answers from the class. Each alumni received a red carnation along with a Cats Meow school bus with Big Prairie-Lakeville on the side. Crawford called the remaining roll with those who attended Big Prairie-

Lakeville schools, along with those who moved with the consolidation to West Holmes High School. Alumni who died in 2012 were: Cecil Franks (1950), Maxine Miller (1948), Janet Zemrock (1958), Alan Smith (1962), Floreine Burbick (1948), Jack Hendershott (1954), Wilford Patterson (1939), Mary Austin (1938) and

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reported at a residence on North Mad Anthony Street. Theft from a business on South Washington Street was reported. A report was taken of criminal damaging that occurred on Lakeview Drive. July 3 — Police responded to a report of a fight on South Washington Street. Two males were fighting in the street on Massillon Road. Theft was reported on Critchfield Street. July 4 — Criminal mischief was reported on Douglas Street.

On June 30, the 14th annual Aimee FrenetteRickly Golf Tournament was held at Fire Ridge Golf Course. There were 136 golfers who arrived for a tee-off at 9 a.m. The Judd Menuez team came in at first place with a score of 57. The event brought in more than $4,400 for the

Aimee Frenette-Rickly Memorial Scholarship fund, h e l d a n d m a n a g e d by the Holmes County E d u cation Foundation. Frank Countl e s s local businesses and community members also contributed to the cause with hole sponsorship. Many businesses and individuals offered door

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Criminal damaging was reported on North Mad Anthony Street. A report was taken of an assault on Lakeview Drive. A report was taken of theft from a resident on

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Summer Days Enrichment in progress at The Wilderness Center TWC program to celebrate 25th year

opportunities for adults as well as the kids. Participants are led by enthusiThe Wilderness Center in astic teachers and guides. The first- through Wilmot is celebrating its 25th anniversary of the fourth-grade sessions Summer Days Enrich- introduce animal families and ecological concepts ment program this year. Since it began, the pro- such as predator and gram has been helping prey, niches and commuadults inspire their chil- nities. The fifth- through dren and grandchildren eighth-grade session is to learn about nature. In an exploration of TWC the process, the children wetlands on the first inspire the adults with day and a 5-mile nature their enthusiasm and canoe trip down the Tuscarawas on the second interest. Children and their day. Plan to spend two adults explore nature, days (different adults can learn ecology concepts take the child each day and share their love of if you prefer) and take a the out-of-doors through packed lunch. Register children for games, crafts and hikes. Activities are designed the grade they are enterto be grade/age specific ing this fall. Sessions are and provide learning offered as follows: sec-

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Melway to pave County Road 77 On the recommendation of the Holmes County engineer, Holmes County commissioners awarded the bid to Melway Paving for County Road 77 improvements. The only bid received for the project to pave extended shoulders along 1.32 miles of County Road 77, between County Road 207 and Township Road 628, was submitted by Melway Paving.

The bid offered by the Holmesville company was $232,631.50, which is less than the engineer’s estimate of $234,777, according to Holmes County Engineer Chris Young. The project is being funded largely by a grant from the Ohio Public Works Commission, said Young, who said he anticipates completion within 90 days.

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Pomerene gets grant for project OHA Insurance Solutions has awarded Pomerene Hospital a Patient Safety & Risk Management grant for projects targeted at improving or implementing new clinical patient safety policies or procedures for reducing occurrences or improving outcomes. The grant money Pomerene received will be used to help improve upon a clinical patient safety procedure designed to improve inpatient-provider communication. The project Pomerene

has been working on, titled “Improving Patient Safety and Communication the ‘White Way,’” will include the development and implementation of patient communication boards in the Medical-Surgical inpatient unit. The goal of the project is to improve patient-provider communication and thereby impact patient safety and satisfaction. “Patient centered whiteboards are considered one of the most effective tools for communication

between patients/families and providers,” said Jan Fuchs, manager of customer experience and process improvement at Pomerene. “Because our patients are looking at this whiteboard throughout their stay, information on these communication centers must be accurate, complete and keep the patient informed about their care. This project is one more effort for Pomerene Hospital to continue to place our patients and their families at the center of our care.”



Entries sought for ‘Art is Ageless’ contest Walnut Hills Retirement Community in Walnut Creek is seeking entries for its third annual “Art is Ageless” contest and exhibit, to be held in Walnut Creek on Aug. 23 and 24. The contest is open to amateur artists age 55 or older who are residents of Holmes County. Artists may submit up to three entries, and there is no entry fee. All art must have been completed when the artist

was age 55 or older. The art categories are: Paintings and drawings; photography; quilts and wall hangings; other soft crafts (needlework, etc.); woodworking; other hard crafts (ceramics, etc.); and miscellaneous (i.e. jewelry, wreaths, stamping, scrapbooking and other crafts). Awards will be presented in each category, and there will be an award for “Best of Show” and “People’s Choice.” Selected

winning entries will also be featured in a 2014 Walnut Hills wall calendar. Entry forms must be submitted by Aug. 9 and are available at Walnut Hills Retirement Community in Walnut Creek and the Darb Snyder Senior Center in Millersburg. Entry forms can also be printed directly from the “News and Events” page of the Walnut Hills website (www.

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West Holmes Middle School presents awards K a t e Rodhe was presented with the Ray Kroc Award, Kylie Leppla and Josh Goudy were presented with Latouf Archie Griffin Youth Achievements awards and Natasha Latouf and Matthew Chanay were named Academic Students of the Year when West Holmes Middle School held its awards program in May. About 400 students were recognized at a school honors breakfast. Awards were presented for all A’s, honor roll and merit roll; 23 students received certificates for perfect attendance. Award winners were: Madelyn Sheely, choir; Ali Gilt, physical education; Kathryn Vaccariello,





language arts; Erin Stitzlein, math; Tara Lydic, band; Cortney Starr, health; Sarah Schonauer, science; Aaron Rennie, computer; Hunter SundSubmitted photo berg, social studies; and Award winners from West Holmes Middle School are Natasha Latouf, Madelyn Sheely, Ali Gilt, KathJason Compton, visual art ryn Vaccariello, Erin Stitzlein, Tara Lydic, Cortney Starr, Sarah Schonauer, Aaron Rennie, Matthew and most improved stu- Chanay (back left), Hunter Sundberg and Jason Compton. West Holmes held its award program in dent. May. About 400 students were recognized at a school honors breakfast.


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The sixth nationwide gathering of the descendants of 1738 immigrant Jacob Hochstetler will be held in Mifflin County, Pa., on July 19-20. Many hundreds of residents of Holmes and surrounding counties are descendants of this colonial Pennsylvania family. The opening session will be a dinner and program Friday evening at the Locust


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Grove Mennonite Church, Belleville, Pa. The all-day Saturday event will be at the new Mifflin County High School, Lewistown, Pa. There will be nine seminars on a variety of topics to choose from during the forenoon, beginning at 9:15 a.m. One seminar leader is Ervin Stutzman on “Tracing the Footsteps of our Ancestor Jacob.” Stutzman will publish later this year the first of a series of three historical novels on the progenitor Jacob and his children. There will be exhibits, vendors, children’s activities and time for fellowship with distant relatives and to make genealogical connections. This once-infive-years national event will conclude with a full program in the afternoon, including a presentation by the distinguished speaker See Pg. 34 — FAMILY

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Easy solutions to backyard problems make time for fun self-watering features and a steel tower to support heavy tomato plants. Roll the planter into the sun for growing and out of the way for parties. Bird-feeding with flair, not fuss — Watching colorful birds cavort at bird feeders is such a treat: cleaning old-fashioned bird feeders is not. Droll Yankees solves this problem with new easy-clean, no bacteria feeders for song birds of all sorts and hummingbirds, too. Among features offered

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Mulch Plus. This natural shredded-wood mulch with added weed preventers already mixed in will stop weeds for up to six months, guaranteed. It’s sold in bags at Lowe’s and independent garden centers nationwide. Grow tasty tomatoes and roll unattractive plants out of sight — Nothing beats the flavor of juicy homegrown tomatoes. Few can resist those round red “big boys.” But, frankly, by mid-summer, the plants themselves are less appealing. Tomato plants are big, sprawling and tend to lose their lower leaves. One solu-

Immunization clinics The Holmes County Health Department offers children’s immunization clinics at various sites throughout Holmes County on a monthly basis. Below are the scheduled clinics: — Holmes County Health Department, 931 Wooster Road, Millersburg, MondayFriday, 8 a.m.-1 p.m. and 2-4:30 p.m. (Health Clinic only, closed first and third Wednesday afternoons of each month. All others are open.) — Walnut Creek Mennonite Church, 2619 Township Road 144, Walnut Creek, Tuesday, July 23, 8:30-11:30 a.m. — St. John’s Lutheran Church, 8084 State Route 241, Mount Hope, Wednesday, July 17, 8:30-11:30 a.m. — Keim Lumber, 4465

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were already married and living nearby. Many of the Amish and Amish Mennonite settlers throughout Ohio in the 1800s were descendants of these survivors. Two large family books, as well as hundreds of updated publications,

record the history and genealogy of the Hochstetler/Hostetler/Hochstedler families. For more information email, visit or call 574/293-2924.

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and prolific author, Robert R. Hostetler, from Hamilton. During the French and

Indian War the Hochstetler family in southeastern Pennsylvania suffered an Indian attack in which the immigrant mother and two children were killed and the father and two teenage sons were taken captive for a time. Two older children

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Get MORE from your Medicare. Bring your spouse, bring a friend, and bring as many questions as you like. Thursday, July 11 – 10:00 a.m. Wooster Community Hospital 1761 Beall Ave., Wooster Thursday, July 11 – 2:00 p.m. Brenn-Field Nursing Center 1980 Lynn Dr., Orrville Tuesday, July 16 – 10:00 a.m. West Fork Community & Senior Center 170 Parkview Dr., Millersburg Tuesday, July 16 – 2:00 p.m. The Comfort Inn – 2024 State Rte. 39, Dover Wednesday, July 17 10:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. PrimeTime Health Plan 214 Dartmouth Ave. SW, Canton Use Dartmouth Building parking lot. Wednesday, July 24 10:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m. PrimeTime Health Plan 214 Dartmouth Ave. SW, Canton Use Dartmouth Building parking lot.

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Obituaries Robert Stitzlein, 88 Robert “Bob” W. Stitzlein of rural Loudonville passed away Wednesday, July 3, 2013 at his home. Bob was born May 24, 1925 at the Loudonville homestead and was the eighth of nine children born to the late Edward and Ada (Strang) Stitzlein. He was a 1943 graduate of Loudonville High School and married Colleen Dean on September 7, 1947. He was a former foreman of the Flxible Company working in several departments from 1963 until his retirement in 1987. Bob was a lifelong farmer and member of Zion Lutheran Church, Loudonville. He enjoyed hunting, fishing, traveling and farming. He loved his family and they in turn loved him. Bob appreciated all the love and care shown by family especially during his illness. He will be missed by all. Bob is survived by his wife Colleen, three sons and their wives: Robert Daniel and Lisa Stitzlein, David “Skip” and Darla Stitzlein, Doug and Michele Stitzlein,

all of Loudonville; 2 daughters and their husbands: Doreen and John Edmondson, of Loudonville, Deborah and Galen Garver of Lakeville, and 1 daughter-in-law: Joy Stitzlein of Loudonville; 23 grandchildren; 19 great-grandchildren; 1 brother and his wife: Clovis and Ruth Stitzlein of Loudonville; and 2 sisters: Norma Snyder of Loudonville, and Wava Armstrong of Perrysville. He was preceded in death by his parents, his son, Dean Stitzlein in 2007; 2 brothers: Walter and Carl Stitzlein, and 3 sisters: Bessie Hoyer, Thelma Portz, and Dorothy Snyder. A memorial service was held Monday, July 8 at Zion Lutheran Church, Loudonville with Rev. Scott Henderson officiating. Private family burial in Pioneer Cemetery was planned at a later date. Lindsey Funeral Home, Loudonville, handled arrangements. Memorial contributions may be made to either the Robert & Colleen Stitzlein Scholarship at Ashland Co. Community Foundation, 300 College Avenue, Ashland, OH 44805 or Hospice of North Central Ohio, 1050 Dauch Drive, Ashland, OH 44805.

Lora Mowry, 68 Lora Kay Mowry, 68, of Millersburg, passed away Wednesday morning, June 12, 2013, at her home after a brief illness. The family suggests that memorial contributions be made to Vickie Patterson, 1864 County Road 150, Millersburg 44654, to help with funeral expenses. She was born March 10, 1945 in Millersburg, the daughter of Jack and Leona (Baker) Hoyman, and was a 1965 graduate of West Holmes High School. On June 27, 1965, she married her high school sweetheart, Dennis Mowry. He survives. Lora had worked for several years in the toy department at the former Big Wheel in Millersburg. She was a member of Locust Grove Church of Christ and the Sewing B’s. She enjoyed working in

her flower beds and loved spending time with her grandchildren. Surviving in addition to her husband, are children, Denise (Conrad) Miller and Chad Mowry, both of Millersburg; a daughterin-law, Teresa Mowry of Bradner; grandchildren, Jessica (Ryan) Strouse, Tyler Miller, Sierra Miller, Christopher Mowry, Cassie Wolpert and Trisha Schmidt; her parents, Jack and Leona Hoyman of Millersburg; sisters, Linda (Bob) Lyons of Dayton, and Vickie (Dan) Patterson of Millersburg; a brother, John (Judy) Hoyman of Millersburg; and numerous aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and cousins. She was preceded in death by an infant daughter, Terresa, and a son, Paul Mowry. Funeral services were Sunday, June 16 at Alexander Funeral Home, Millersburg, with Brother Larry Lamp officiating. Burial was in Baker Ridge Cemetery, Killbuck.

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Marriage licenses Lyndon J. Schlabach, 26, 5357 Township Road 629, Millersburg, Keim Lumber, salesman, and Vicki A. Mast, 25, 7781 Weaver Road, Fredericksburg, customer service representative. Steven A. Troyer, 26, 8452 County Road 235, Fredericksburg, lumberyard, and Christina F. Raber, 25, 1990 Township Road 164, Sugarcreek, unemployed. Daniel A. Miller, 21, 13590 Township Road 472, Lakeville, Weaver Drywall, and Anna E. Weaver, 21, 7841 County Road 373, Big Prairie, unemployed. Joseph E. Petersheim, 22, 10461 Emerson Road, Apple Creek, finishing, and Rebecca A. Troyer, 21, 9134 Township Road 652, Fredericksburg, housekeeping. Joshua D. Tish, 37, 16 N. Crawford St., Millersburg, laborer, and Ashley M. Kinstle, 26, same address, laborer. Nathan W. Miller, 24, 7630 Peabody Kent Road, Dundee, lumber inspector, and Naomi A. Miller, 22, 3597 Township Road 414, Dundee, unemployed. Paul H. Yoder, 35, 4220 County Road 70, Millersburg, lumberyard, and Edna J. Yoder, 27, 4654 County Road 19, Millersburg, secretary.

Harold T. Markley, 28, 109 E. Jackson St., P.O. Box 348, Holmesville, insurance agent, and Tiera R. Mobley, 24, 8326 County Road 186, Dundee, broker. Jack D. Sinnett, 21, 110 S. Clay St., Apt. A, Millersburg, cashier, and Alyssia P. Parsons, 19, same address, waitress. Justin L. Thomas, 24, 5446 S. Market St., Apt. 5, Berlin, laborer, and Stephanie N. Ely, 22, same address, deli clerk. Jared O. Mellor, 25, 4480 Private Road 378, Millersburg, tool and die maker, and Brittney R. Thomas, 26, 7316 Township Road 129, Millersburg, associate data coordinator. Reuben A. Nisley, 26, 2055 Dunham Lane, Fredericksburg, concrete worker, and Larene E. Hilty, 24, 9106 State Route 83, Holmesville, unemployed. Vincent D. Darby Jr., 34, 9819 Autumn Valley, Converse, Texas, social worker, and Charity J. Stutzman, 27, same address, social worker. Leroy R. Yoder, 22, 6154 County Road 77, Millersburg, production, and Linda R. Hershberger, 6652 County Road 203, Millersburg, unemployed. Marvin A. Miller, 26, 7272 County Road 77, Millersburg, lumberyard, and Sara A.J. Stutzman,

28, 8755 Township Road 601, Fredericksburg, unemployed. Paul R. Yoder, 21, 11263 Emerson Road, Apple Creek, production, and Susie D. Yoder, 21, 6844 County Road 77, Millersburg, unemployed. Norman A. Troyer, 21, 9252 State Route 241, Fredericksburg, woodworking, and Laura A. Miller, 19, 4091 Township Road 613, Fredericksburg, unemployed. Aden A. Yoder, 23, 32713 State Route 643, Fresno, farming, and Malinda E. Yoder, 27, 4952 County Road 59, Baltic, gardening. Willis P. Gum, 23, H304 Randolph Terrace Apt., Salem, W.Va., unemployed, and Heather M. Brown, 22, same address, PCA at United Hospital Center. Scott A. Wengerd, 22, 2240 Township Road 415, Dundee, lawn care, and Ada M. Yoder, 22, 3809 Township Road 154, Millersburg, cashier. Reuben N. Swartzentruber, 21, 7890 Township Road 654, Millersburg, woodworking, and Lizziann D. Miller, 21, 3526 County Road 200, Fredericksburg, unemployed. Dustin M. Taylor, 31, 6526 Township Road 323, Millersburg, sales manager, and Keli L. Vaughn, 30, same address, paralegal.

registered by 8 p.m. Swine barn clean-up must be done by July 27. Giving demonstrations and serving refreshments were Trevor Kiner, Nikki Wagner and Cassie and Andrea Swinehart. The next meeting will be recreation night July 29 at Loudonville Pool.

Family and friends are invited. Take finger food. Beverages will be provided.

Joseph R. Hershberger, 21, 2732 Township Road 164, Sugarcreek, farrier, and Anna M. Beachy, 21, 431 Smokeylane Road, Sugarcreek, produce worker. Joshua A. Snodgrass, 24, 275 S. Main St., Shreve, factory worker, and Jennifer L. Reidy, 30, 8100 Township Road 561, Holmesville, cashier. Bruce F. Yoder, 27, 4304 State Route 93 NW, Sugarcreek, trailer factory, and Marilyn P. Raber, 18, 2991 County Road 114, Sugarcreek, housekeeper. Joni J. Yoder, 21, 5825 Township Road 362, Millersburg, concrete, and Arlene E. Miller, 22, 7496 Township Road 524, Shreve, teacher. Wesley E. Lowe, 45, 127 Harvey Road, Valley Grove, W.Va., sales, and Patricia L. Abel, 46, same address, administrative assistant. Alex M. Norris, 23, 200

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Blakeslee St., Bristol, Conn., media operatorESPN, and Tricia L. Flickinger, 23, same address, cashier-whole foods. Nicholas A. Miller, 29, 8434 County Road 245, Holmesville, landscape technician, and Holly R. Hochstetler, 32, 7779 County Road 558, Holmesville, financial assistant. David J. Nisley, 22, 4580 Township Road 184, Millersburg, farming, and Clara E. Yoder, 21, 1960 Township Road 152, Baltic, farming. Vernon M. Yoder, 21, 13386 Cunningham Road, Apple Creek, finishing, and Clara H. Hershberger, 8333 Township Road 656, Fredericksburg, housekeeper. Justin J. Raber, 21, 5829 Township Road 310, Millersburg, finishing shop, and Arlene C. Miller, 20, 6413 State Route 241, Millersburg, unemployed. Michael E. Welchman, 42, 118 S.E. 46th Terrace,

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Obituaries Joyce Orr, 80 Joyce E. Orr, 80, of Killbuck, passed away, Wednesday, June 19, 2013, at her home surrounded by friends and family. She was born Jan. 16, 1933, in Killbuck, the daughter of James and Annie Stenhouse.

A loving and gentle mother, Joyce was tirelessly devoted to her family. Throughout her life, Joyce enjoyed bringing happiness, kindness, and a caring spirit into the lives of whomever she met. Even during her

employment at Rodhe’s IGA, she was known as ‘The Cookie Lady.’ Spending her time talking, sharing stories and being in the company of her many friends and loved ones is what brought her the most joy


during her years. Joyce had an unwavering faith in God, and was a member of Brinkhaven Church of Christ, where her late husband, Dale Orr, was formerly pastor for nearly two decades. The two were also members of several other church families throughout Ohio, sharing their faith and love with countless others over the years. Joyce was preceded in death by her loving husband of 56 years, Dale L Orr; sisters, Ellen Harmony and Ada Yoder; and a brother, James Stenhouse Jr. Surviving are children, Stephanie Feller, Mark Orr, Iris Biggs and Jennifer Reese; grandchildren,

Chris Feller, Amy Stephens, Aaron Orr, Chelsie Raber and Casey Biggs; and great-grandchildren, Emily, Cameron, Brody, Andrea, Chaney and Joycie. Services celebrating her life were Tuesday, June 25, at Alexander Funeral Home, Millersburg with pastor John Damron officiating. Burial was in Killbuck Cemetery. The family asks that donations be made in thanks to Hospice & Palliative Care of Greater Wayne (Holmes) County; or Brinkhaven Church of Christ. The Windwalker We will walk on the wind To the Great Holy One With Arms out-stretched

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Alma was a member of St. John’s United Church of Christ at Walnut Creek. She is survived by her sons Thomas Mast of Wooster and James (Pat) Mast of Sheboygan Falls, Wisconsin; 3 grandsons Todd Mast, Tyler (Tandi) Mast and Travis (Angela) Mast; great grandchildren Madalynn, Maya Alma and Jackson; her brotherin-law Gerald (Cheryl) Mast of Minnesota; and sister-in-law Sue Mast of Brecksville. In addition to her parents and husband, she is preceded in death by her




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Obituaries Nancy Stackhouse, 74 Nancy Louise Stackhouse, 74, of Millersburg, passed away suddenly on Saturday evening, June 1, 2013, at Coshocton Memorial Hospital, Coshocton. She was born March 16, 1939, in Coshocton County, the daughter of Russell and Faye (Baxter) Carpenter, and was a 1957 graduate of Warsaw High School. She had worked 23 years for Southwestern Bell Corporation of Dallas, Texas, retiring in 2003. Nancy was a volunteer at Pomerene Hospital, Millersburg, and was on their Volunteer Advisory Board, where she served as past president. She was a member of Southwestern Bell Frontiers, where she helped with disaster relief. She enjoyed traveling, collecting Santa Clauses, and most of all she loved her

family. Surviving are a son, Douglas (Deidra) Stackhouse of Fairview, Texas; a sister, Linda (Robert “Butch”) Wright and a brother, Keith Carpenter, both of Millersburg; and several nieces, nephews, great-nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her parents; and a brother, James R. Carpenter. A Celebration of Life service was held Friday, June 7 at Gospel Hill Ministries, Warsaw, with pastor Ron Davis officiating. Nancy’s wishes were to be cremated. Alexander Funeral Home, Millersburg, assisted the family. The family suggests memorial contributions be made to Pomerene Hospital Volunteers, 981 Wooster Road, Millersburg 44654.

Lovina Miller, 84 Lovina E. Miller, 84, 1954 U.S. 62, Winesburg, went to be with her Lord on Wednesday, June 5, 2013, at her home after a time of illness. She was born March 14, 1929, in Holmes County to the late Eli J. and Dalia (Miller) Troyer and married Melvin J.C. Miller on Nov. 8, 1956. He survives. She was a homemaker and devoted wife, mother, grandmother and great-grandmother. She was a member of Country View Chapel in Wilmot. Surviving in addition to her husband, are children, Debra (Freeman) Miller of Winesburg, James (Sara) Miller of Fredericksburg, Wilma (Glenford) Steiner of Apple Creek and Judy Miller of the home; 16

Sandy Dutter, 62 Sandy (Edwards) Dutter, 62, of Shreve, died Tuesday, June 11, 2013, at her home surrounded by her loving family. Sandy was born Feb. 10, 1951, in Wooster to Cecil Jewell and Virginia (Clark) E d w a r d s, and married Richard Dutter on June 10, 1972. He survives. She had worked at the Wayne County Schools Career Center in Smithville for more than 20 years, and enjoyed knitting, traveling and seeing new places. Sandy loved spending time with her family and friends. Sandy will be deeply missed by her husband, Richard; children, Michael (Jessica) Dutter

of Negaunee, Mich., and Angela Dutter of Dennison; grandchildren, Faith Elizabeth, Zachary Michael and Chloe Madison; her mother, Virginia Edwards of Wooster; brothers, David (Janette) Edwards of Wooster and Gary Edwards of Lakeville; a sister-in-law, Connie Reding; and all her friends at the Career Center. She was preceded in death by her father, Cecil Jewell Edwards; and a daughter, Amy Lynne. Services were Saturday, June 15 at Roberts Funeral Home-Sherwood Chapel, Wooster, with pastor Mike Boggs officiating. Burial was in Sherwood Memorial Gardens. Memorial contributions may be made to Hospice & Palliative Care of Greater Wayne County, 2525 Back Orrville Road, Wooster 44691.

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grandchildren; 10 greatgrandchildren; and a sister, Mattie Wengerd of Winesburg. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by sisters, Fanny Yoder, Mary Ann Troyer and Susann Miller; and brothers, Andrew, Joni, Jacob C., Daniel and Valentine Troyer. Funeral services were Saturday, June 8 at Country View Chapel, 14890 Navarre Road, SW, Wilmot, with Dr. Nolan Byler officiating. Burial was in the church cemetery. Spidell Funeral Home in Mount Eaton, handled arrangements. In honor of Lovina’s love for children, memorial contributions may be made to the Children’s Club in Dover, in care of Country View Chapel.

Aaron W. Miller, 23, 8673 Township Road 561, Holmesville, died unexpectedly on Tuesday, July 2, 2013, at his home. He was born May 22, 1990, in Mount Eaton to William J. and Ella (Hostetler) Miller, and was a member of the Old Order Amish Church. He was employed at Holmes Stair. Surviving in addition to his parents; are sisters, Leah (Eli) Shetler of Holmesville, Laura (David) Hostetler of Apple Creek, Katherine (Dennis) Hostetler and Esther (Ervin) Shetler, both of Wooster, Mandy (Marvin) Byler of Holmesville, Rachel (Norman) Keim of Shreve, and Naomi (Michael) Keim

of Holmesville; brothers, William Jr., Mervin and Norman Miller, all of the home; nephews, Stephen, David, Matthew, Wayne, William, Samuel and Brodie; nieces, Naomi, Heidi, Sara, Breanna, Hannah, Esther and Rachel; and grandparents, Dan Y. and Amanda Hostetler of Holmesville. He was preceded in death by grandparents, John J. and Lydia Miller. Services were Friday, July 5, at the Miller residence with Bishop Mahlon J. Shetler officiating. Burial was in Yoder Cemetery, Prairie Township, Holmes County. Murray Funeral Home in Fredericksburg, assisted the family.

Kandel and Mikayla Ryan. recognized as the team’s Special awards went most improved player. to Maryssa Mast, Miss In softball, Danielle Softball and Miss SlugMiller and Diane Keim ger; Danielle Miller, Gold earned fourth-year Glove; Kandel, Coaches awards. Third-year hon- Award; and Taylor Miller, ors went to Tiara Yoder Most Improved. and Maryssa Mast, with The boys track team Renita Yoder and Kelsey recognized fourth-year Mast receiving second- letterwinner Miguel Sanyear letters. First-year chez and third-year lethonorees included Taylor terwinner Enos Miller. Miller, Allison Aleshire, Darian Pacula, Javan Sherilyn Schrock, Megan Yoder, Morgan Ging-

erich and Alex Mast were second-year honorees. Earning first-year letters were Koby Troyer, Brock Fowler, David Yoder, Troy Miller, Collin Blochlinger, Brennan Coil, Josiah Koser, Brady Conn, Christopher Beck, Jean Michael Rodriguez, Jan-Mischa Sauter, Jeremy Miller, Cameron Miller, Lorin Hershberger, Zachary Miller, Reagan Miller, Joseph Wengerd and Jordon Stoufer.

Receiving special awards were Sanchez, named Mr. Track, and Tyson Miller, Coaches Award. First-year letterwinners for the girls track team included Dana Rausch, Jaylan Miller, Madison Anderson, Sarah Menuez, Sarah Kaufman, Nikyta Engstrom and Savannah Costa. Menuez was chosen as Miss Track and Rausch received the Coaches Award.

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Emily Holtzmann, 17 Emily Irene Holtzmann, 17, of Millersburg, went home to be with the Lord Saturday June 1, 2 0 1 3 , f r o m injuries s u s tained in an automobile accident on state Route 60. Emily was born March 22, 1996, in Akron, the daughter of Joseph and Cassandra (Glass) Holtzmann, and was an upcoming senior at West Holmes High School. She was employed at Wendy’s in Millersburg for the past six months. She was a member of Welcome Church of Christ, and was a co-chair with her mom for Relay for Life and walked with several teams. She was a very talented artist who was incredibly smart. She was a self taught pianist

and wanted to be an author when she grew up. Surviving in addition to her parents, are a sister and best friend, Melissa Holtzmann of Millersburg; grandparents, Roger (Paulette) Holtzmann of Brunswick, Penny Holtzmann of St. Louis, Mo., and Charles Glass Sr. of Coshocton; and many aunts, uncles, cousins and friends. She was preceded in death by her grandmother, Carol Glass, who now holds her in her loving arms. A Celebration of Life service was held Friday, June 7 at Welcome Church of Christ, with Randy Kemper officiating. Alexander Funeral Home, Millersburg, assisted the family. The family suggests contributions be made to a charity that was close to Emily’s heart, To Write Love On Her Arms (TWLOHA) Inc., P.O. Box 2203, Melbourne, Fla. 32902.

Betty Yoder, 75 Betty M. Yoder, 75, 10487 Winesburg Road, Dundee, died Wednesday, July 3, 2013, at her home after a 10-day battle with cancer. She was born in Holmes County on Jan. 16, 1938, to the late Martin J. and Elizabeth (Keim) Hochstetler and married Ray J. Yoder on Oct. 4, 1956. He died Dec. 6, 2012. She was a member of the Old Order Amish Church. Surviving are children Vernon (Susie) Yoder of Lyndonville, N.Y., Leroy (Naomi) Yoder of Fredericksburg, David (Mary) Yoder of Dundee, Daniel (Edna) Yoder of Dundee, Niva (Dan) Burkholder of Millersburg, Mary Anne (Merlin) Yoder of Dundee, Rosanna (Willis) Miller of Millersburg, Ray Jr. (Laura) Yoder of

Dundee and Cathy (Marcus) Schlabach of the home; 30 grandchildren; 23 great-grandchildren; a brother, Jacob (Ann) Hochstetler of Orleans, Ind.; sisters Mary Ann Weaver of Greensburg, Ky., Anna Miller of Fresno, Drusilla Weaver of McCallisterville, Pa., and Iva Troyer of Apple Creek. In addition to her husband, she was preceded in death by her parents, a sister, five brothers and a grandson. Funeral services were Saturday, July 6 at The Pier, 10470 Winesburg Road, with Bishop Joseph Nisley officiating. Burial was in the Yoder Family Cemetery, Paint Township, Holmes County. Spidell Funeral Home in Mount Eaton, handled arrangements.

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Dover rallies by East Holmes in LL tournament By KEVIN LYNCH Staff Writer The East Holmes All-Stars clawed their way into the lead with a fifthinning rally, only to see the Dover AllStars scratch out two runs in the bottom of the sixth inning to send the Hawks into the loser’s bracket of the District 4 Little League Williamsport tournament 5-4 Monday in Dover. Andy Miller retired the first batter in the home half of the sixth on a fly ball to center field, but the next four batters all hit singles, the last one by Owen Poland was a hundred hopper into right field that scored a pair and sent the Hawks home unhappy. Miller and Ryan Hershberger hit back-to-back doubles in the first inning to give the East Holmes All-Stars a 1-0 lead.

Brendan Miller launched a two-run homer over the right field fence to give Dover a 2-1 lead in the bottom of the third. Jack Murphy singled and Alex Sayre doubled him home, giving the hosts a 3-1 lead. Tyler Kline walked and went to second on a wild pitch and over to third on an error. He scored on a wild pitch, cutting the Dover lead to 3-2. Drew Yoder reached on a hot shot to third to start the East Holmes fifth. He went to second on a single by Toby Yoder, and both runners moved up on a wild pitch. Hard-throwing lefty Brendan Miller replaced Jeremy Salvo on the mound for Dover and Andy Miller greeted him with a double down the left field line to give the Hawks a 4-3 lead. “I was proud of the way the boys bat-

tled back to get the lead,” East Holmes coach Lee Miller said. “They’ve been progressing each game. “These guys believe they belong here and can play with anybody.” Andy Miller was the losing pitcher, going the distance for East Holmes. He struck out six and didn’t walk a batter.

He gave up eight hits, finishing the night with 81 pitches. The Hawks were to play at North Canton Tuesday night needing a win to remain alive in the tournament. North Canton, the perennial heavyweights of District 4, lost Monday’s other playoff game with Tuscarawas.

Holmes County HOF names its class of 2013 By KEVIN LYNCH Staff Writer Two members from the historic girls basketball team at West Holmes High School join a trio of multi-sports stars as the Class of 2013 to the Holmes County Sports Hall of Fame. Kris Pipes-Perone, Lee Ann Myers Race, Jim Cline, Ken DePriest and Orlin Voltz make up the Class of 2013, which will be inducted in a ceremony on Saturday, Oct. 12, at the Carlisle Village Inn. The 1992 Hiland boys state champion basketball team will also be honored. Pipes-Perone has the distinction of being undefeated in her sophomore, junior and senior seasons at West Holmes (840), winning three state championships. “The community support has always been amazing. They supported us then, and they still do now,” Perone said. “And you look in the stands and still see some of the same faces in the crowd as when we were playing.” Perone was considered by coach Jack Van Reeth as the glue that held the team together. “She was a hard worker who knew her role,” Van Reeth said. “It’s pretty exciting to be recognized,” Perone said. “Sports were always key to me, and helped support my education going through. Athletics has a strong partnership with academics. Sports help build character.”

Perone is currently the superintendent of the West Holmes Local School District and she has once again teamed up with her old friend and teammate Race, who serves as athletic director at West Holmes. “We have teamed up again,” Perone said. Her teammate for three years was Race, who was not only a two-time AllOhioan in basketball, but an All-Ohio volleyball player as well. “I am honored and humbled,” Race said. “It’s pretty cool to be inducted with Kris, who is not only my boss and former teammate, but a good friend of mine.” Cline was an all-around athlete who excelled in football at West Holmes. He was a record-setting running back who earned three varsity letters, making first-team All-Ohio in 1982. In 1982, he rushed for 14 touchdowns and finished his career with 2,753 yards rushing. Cline was also a threeyear varsity letterwinner in basketball and baseball, earning All-Ohio Conference honors in both sports. Cline went on to earn four varsity letters in football as a linebacker at Ashland College, making the All-Academic team with a 3.3 GPA. He was captain of the Eagles in 1987. DePriest was a threesport star at West Holmes who was a major factor in the team winning its first All-Ohio Conference

championship in football. He quarterbacked the Knights to a 9-1 season in 1981 and 10-0 campaign his senior season. He went on to be a four-year letter winner and threeKevin Lynch photo/ year starter at quarterEast Holmes All-Star Tyler Kline slides home under the tag of Dover pitchback for the University er Jeremy Salvo on a wild pitch during their District 4 Williamsport Little of Findlay. He was the point guard League Tournament at Dover on Monday. The Hawks lost 5-4. for the Knights basketball team and led the team in steals and assists both his junior and senior seasons, earning All-Ohio honors his junior year. DePriest also started three years as a pitcher and outfielder for the West Holmes baseball team. Voltz graduated from Berlin High School in 1952. He played basketball and was a three-time Holmes County All-Star. He was a pitcher and third baseman on the baseball diamond and was the school ping pong champion. “That was all the sports the school had, or I’m sure he would’ve played more,” his wife, Bonnie said. Voltz did a stint in the Submitted photo Navy after graduation SPECIAL OLYMPIANS — A host of Holmes County special Olympians and moved to Florida in competed recently at the 2013 State Summer Special Olympics. Shown 1970, where he coached with their medals are (front, from left) Shayla Shaver (12-15 age group, Little League baseball Div. 02 standing long jump, silver medal; 50-meter dash, bronze medal), and softball. He and his Alexandria Raber (16-21 age group, Div. 01 shot put, gold medal; Div. 03 wife were also involved running long jump, 4th place), Cheyanna Cool (8-11 age group, Div. 01 in bowling. A concrete standing long jump, silver medal; 50 dash, gold medal), Brooke Undermason, Voltz did some wood (16-21 age group, Div. 04 mini-javelin, bronze medal; 50 dash, of the original construcgold medal); (back) Blake Day (16-21 age group Div. 26 mini-javelin, Siltion of Disneyworld in ver medal; Div. 060 100 dash, bronze medal), Brent DeLong (16-21 age Florida. An avid hunter group, Div. 11 running long jump, gold medal; Div. 056 100 dash, silver and outdoorsman, Voltz medal), Steven Miller (16-21 age group, Div. 22 mini-javelin, 4th place; moved to Colorado four Div. 058 100 dash, silver medal), Austin House (16-21 age group, Div. years ago. They have 12 standing long jump, 4th place). Coaches for the athletes included three children, four Rachel Day, Todd Day and Emily Day. grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.

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Parks play at national volleyball championships By KEVIN LYNCH Staff Writer West Holmes sisters Cara and Lauren Park, along with their mother, assistant coach Lynda Park, have combined their talents with some of the other top players from Northeast Ohio to create a formidable team that played the first week in July in Dallas at the USA Volleyball National Championships. Along with Triway sophomore-to-be Sara Skeens and Ashley Richardson of Chippewa, the Parks are all members of the Ohio Extreme 16 Teal team that played at nationals under coach Scott Nickol of Akron. Mackenzie Weaver of Lexington is also a member of the team. The team won the regional championship, competing against teams from Ohio, West Virginia, Pennsylvania and Kentucky. The girls have played more than 50 matches, losing only six along the way. They have competed in tournaments in Lousiville and Indianapolis to qualify for Dallas. “A group like this doesn’t come together very often,” Nickol said. “There has been a lot of pressure to meet expectations. Early on, we were worried about how they

would play together. We were very fortunate to have early success with what we were doing and the kids immediately bought into what we were teaching them. That early success was very key to our current success. “They have been a fun group to work with,” the coach continued. “They are a dynamic group for their age group. It’s been a real treat. All the kids are actually playing a year up because of age definitions from USA Volleyball.” All but one of the players on the Ohio Elite team will be sophomores. “We’re playing against teams from all over the country that are mostly older than us, but physically we’re certainly as good as anybody,” Nickol said. “These kids have moved along quite well for their age. We put them in stress situations and put a lot of pressure on them to succeed in practices, and they respond by winning on the court.” The players are a dedicated group of volleyball players who come to Akron from more than an hour away to practice three times a week, getting home some nights around 11 p.m. West Holmes volleyball coach Jim Park is the age group director who can-

not actively coach the team. His wife, Lynda, serves as an assistant coach with Nickol. “These are the top players around. Several of them are going to play Div. I in college,” Park said. “They’re all very athletic and top students.” “Sara is unstoppable,” Park praised of the Triway middle hitter. “She is the best athlete in The Daily Record-coverage area. She is head and shoulders above the other players, no matter what age. She has a God-given talent that she is taking advantage of. But best of all, she’s a great kid.” The team came together last year after they all played for different club teams. The group of freshmen decided they wanted to play together last summer “They are a special group of kids,” Park said. “They practice hard and they play hard, facing a much different level of competition. They all go back to their own school in the fall. “Scott’s a great coach who can be pretty intense,” Park continued. “He can be a nice guy as well. He’s determined and competitive.” And with the blend of exceptionally talented players, just the right coach to mold the team.

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Triway’s Sara Skeens (16), Cara Park (7) of West Holmes and Ashley Richardson (15) of Chippewa are members of the Ohio Extreme 16U Teal team competing in the USA Volleyball national tournament this week in Dallas. In this photo, the team celebrated its regional championship in Louisville, Ky. Lauren Park and assistant coach Lynda Park are on the right.

Reynolds, Hochstetler are Hiland’s Hawks of Year Hiland High School completed its spring sports season recently with banquets to recognize the school’s athletes. Cole Reynolds was named the boys Hawk of the Year, and Allison Hochstetler the Female Hawk of the Year. The baseball team honored second-year letterwinners Caleb Miller, Sheldon Mullet, Aaron Weaver, Kevin Schrock,

Jordan Yoder and Todd Ropp. Receiving firstyear awards were Bryce Mast, Brandon Wengerd, Kyle Troyer, Bradley Troyer, Kevin Yoder, Zachary Mast, Taylor Raber, Kendall Borntrager, Clyde Yoder, Justin Wagler, Zach Lowe and Brandt Miller. Schrock was named the team’s Mr. Baseball, while other special awards went to Mullet, Most Versatile; Brandt Miller, Gold Glove; Wengerd, Silver Slugger; and Bryce Mast, Coaches Award. Cole Reynolds and Cameron Yoder earned fourth-year letters for the

tennis team, with a thirdyear letter going to Braxton Mullet. Second-year letterwinners were Alec Mast, Grant Stutzman and Spencer Yoder. Cameron Stutzman, Alyssa Schlabach, Caleb Halfhill, Patrick Straits, Trey Hawkins, Seth Haun and Charles Schlabach took home their first varsity letters. Mullet was chosen as Mr. Tennis, while Cameron Yoder and Reynolds each received a Leadership Award. Grant Stutzman won the Coaches Award, and Mast was See Pg. 37 — HAWKS


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WAYNE-HOLMES BRONZE CHAMPS —Members of the West Holmes Bronze team, which beat Wooster 21-13 in the championship game, are (front, from left) Kendrick Wagler, Kaden Patterson, Shiloh Jones, Tyrus McBane, Braden Bender; (back) coach Buddy Beckett, Brody Beckett, Bryce Kelley, Johnny Lee White, Shane Jones, Andrew Truax, Andrew Hopkins and coach Chuck Doretich.

Brandon Moss of the Oakland A’s has a flair not only for the dramatic, but also the comical. Moss ended a 6 hour, 32-minute marathon against the Angels in April of 2013 with a walk-off home run in the bottom of the 19th – the dramatic. But when usual team prankster Josh Reddick pronounced himself too tired at almost 2:00 A.M. to do the honors, Moss mushed a cream pie in his own face to celebrate – the comical. And get this: Moss had homered in the sixth inning as well. Only one other player in big league history – Boston’s Vern Sterling in 1951 – hit two homers in one game more innings apart. Moss’s came 13 innings apart, while Sterling’s were 14 (the 1st and the 15th). As if that Oakland-Los Angeles marathon game in late April of 2013 wasn’t odd enough here’s another twist. A’s pitcher Brett Anderson had been scheduled to start the game, but he was scratched with a sprained ankle. But after using six pitchers through 12 innings, the A’s were forced to call on Anderson anyway. He took the mound in the 13th, tossed 79 pitches over more than five innings, and got the win when Brandon Moss blasted his walk-off homer in the 19th. Did you ever hear about the time television viewers changed the outcome of a sporting event? It was the 1987 San Diego Open, and golfer Craig Stadler used a towel to kneel on to keep his pants dry while hitting his ball from beneath a lowhanging branch. Alert viewers call officials to say Stadler had “built a stance,” a rules violation. They reviewed the video after the final round and disqualified Stadler for not penalizing himself and turning in an incorrect scorecard, costing him secondplace moey.

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LEGAL NOTICE Washington Township Trustees, Holmes County, will hold its Budget Hearing for FY 2014 on Monday, July 15th, at 7:30 p.m. 2013 at the Washington Twp. Meeting Room located at 16135 Washington Twp. Rd. 458 Loudonville Ohio 44842. Nancy J. Flinner Township Fiscal Officer 13681 CR 100 Lakeville, OH 44638 Publish Holmes County Hub Publish Holmes County Shopper July 11, 2013

LEGAL COUNTY : HOLMES PUBLIC NOTICE 7/5/2013 Issuance of Draft Air Pollution Permit-To-Install and Operate ProVia Walnut Creek Facility 2150 State Route 39, Sugarcreek, OH 22740 Holmes County FACILITY DESC.: Metal Window and Door Manufacturing PERMIT #: P0112954 PERMIT TYPE: Initial Installation PERMIT DESC: Installation of (R011) Conveyorized spray coating of wood door jambs with a 0.16 mmBtu/hr natural gas-fired drying oven & (R012) Manual spray coating of wood door jambs with a 0.16 mmBtu/hr natural gas-fired drying oven. The Director of the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency issued the draft permit above. The permit and complete instructions for requesting information or submitting comments may be obtained at: /permitsonline.aspx by entering the permit # or: Christine McPhee, Ohio EPA DAPC, Northeast District Office, 2110 East Aurora Road, Twinsburg, OH 44087. Ph: (330)425-9171 Publish Holmes County Shopper July 11, 2013


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WILL DO CUSTOM INLI NE Bale Wrapping. (330) 231-6640.

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BUYING JUNK BATTERIES, aluminum, copper, brass, ele. motors, farm machinery, appliances, cars, trucks. 330-279-2142

IMMEDIATE EMPLOYMENT General Labor Must have valid driver's license, Class B CDL preferred. This is not a truck driving positions! Must be able to meet the physical demands of job duties, be hard working, self motivated and reliable. No previous experience necessary. Plumbing experience preferred, Drilling experience a plus! Apply in person. Mullet Drilling Company 3530 CR 58 Millersburg, Ohio 44654 330-674-0206.

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$250 GT with motor expires 7/27/13

We Provide Roll-Off Container Service Call For More Details


WIN A FREE BRIDAL SHOWER! The Hilltop Manor Bed & Breakfast is holding a contest for a very special “soon to be” bride to host an all expense paid bridal shower for up to 25 guests! This bridal shower will take place this fall at the Hilltop Manor, located in Millersburg, OH. Please see our facebook page for contest details! ATTENTION DOG BREEDERS and Farmers! You are invited to The Holmes County Farm Bureau Annual Meeting at Carlisle Inn, in Walnut Creek. Tuesday, July 16th at 6:00 p.m. Menu will be Chicken and Ribs, etc. Cost: $10/ Adult, $5/ Child. Special Guest speaker on "The rest of the story" about Holmes County History. Things you never knew about Holmes County. Make your reservation by Saturday, July 13th. Farm Bureau Office: 330-263-7456 or Ervin Raber: 330-674-1314. NOTICE: NOW taking orders for Contender, Red Haven, Baby Gold peaches, pineapples. Early Gold, Ginger Gold. Yellow Delicious. Apples, Pears. 359-5942. Miller's Ghse., 1492 TR 414, Dundee, OH GAY AND LESBIAN Friendly Help line 888-843-4564. Brethren/Mennonite council for lesbian/gay concerns. NOTICE: Am looking for wholesale welding and fabrication work. Steel, Aluminum, and stainless steel. Call Marcus Barkman. 330-893-2678. Located near Charm. BREEZY HOLLOW. 8066 ST RT 514, Big Prairie, Ohio, 44611. 330-473-8246. 1/4 mi past Whispering Hills Campgrounds. Open Wed.-Sat., 11-5. Unique crafts/ gifts, Homemade baked goods, Homemade chocolate candies, Stained glass stepping stones, cement statuary. Campers welcome! A(Campers corner) of supplies, firewood, and so much more! Bring in Ad in for 10% discount. NOTICE: WILL reupholster living room furniture, car, boat seats. Also, outdoor furniture cushions. Raber's Upholstery 1939 TR 110, Millersburg, Ohio V.M. 330-674-1300 4 FREE TANS (good for 1 yr.) with purchase of July tanning special. Ladybug,

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NOW OPEN: BUCKEYE POWDER Coating and Sandblasting in Millersburg. Call for a quote today! 330-275-9629


CASH FOR scrap metal: trucks, buses, cars, heavy equip., farm equip., copper, batteries, brass, aluminum, and any metal. Call (330) 473-8410. DARI-LAND ICE CREAM machine rentals. Great for graduations, weddings, parties. 330-263-1700.


If you would like to have your name put on our list of prospective carriers or drivers in your area, simply call the circulation department at 330-264- 1125 ext 2257 or 1-800-686-3958, or stop by our office at 212 E. Liberty St., Wooster. Please refer to the individual route number when calling. There is no collecting of money from any of our customers on any of our delivery routes. CALL TODAY!!

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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.


BUSY CHRISTIAN chiropractic office in Berlin is seeking a full time chiropractic assistant. We are looking for a dynamic person who is organized, dependable, outgoing and a multi-tasker who is willing to serve with a smile. Our position includes front desk & therapy duties. Experience is not required, we train! A high school diploma or GED is required. Please send resume to, "Chiropractic Assistant", 4481 TR 367 Millersburg, Ohio 44654. No Phone Calls Please! CONCRETE FINISHER Wanted. Experienced, Hardworker, No tobacco or alcohol, ethical, honest, and based in Western Holmes County. Leave Message at 330-567-5908 ext. 1 WANTED: PART time coach bus driver. Can be a retired CDL truck driver. We will help with passenger endorsement requirements. Must be people friendly. Call Mark Miller @ 330-893-0022. Harvest Time Ministry. DRIVER/WORKER NEEDED for conc r e t e flatwork crew. Experience a plus but will train a motivated and reliable individual. For Details Call 330-601-4195 WANTED: PERSON to mow, rake & bale hay, 2 acres. Square or round bales. Nashville area 330-231-9907 AMISH CREW looking for driver/worker for construction crew. Must live close to Millersburg. Call 330- 763-3937

DRIVER/WORKER NEEDED to deliver storage barns. Clean driving record, CDL, Self motivation needed! Affordable Barn Company. 330-674-3001. NOW HIRING at Troyer Cheese (wholesale division). We are looking for individuals to work in our warehouse full time. The hours of work are from 7:00 a.m. to approx. 4:30 p.m. The job description is primarily picking or stacking orders in the warehouse. We have a fast paced work environment requiring lifting up to 60 lbs at times. Over the age of 18 years is required. Transportation can be provided depending upon your location. We offer a starting wage of $11.00/hr with the potential for increase in 30-60 days, also gain share bonuses, health insurance, paid vacation, 401k and more benefits. Please submit application to Troyer Cheese Inc. at our new location of 6597 C.R. 625, Millersburg, OH 44654

AUTO Technician

GM or ASE certification preferred. Diesel experience a plus. We offer hospitalization, paid vacation, retirement plan, uniforms, and ongoing training. Off every Saturday. Email resume to: employment@nicholson or mail it to Nicholson Chevy-Buick-GMC, 7190 SR 39 - Millersburg Oh 44654

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Sugarcreek Full time (37 hours/week). $12.40 /hour. Must be able to workevenings and weekends. Bachelor's degree required. Send resume and application with at least 3 letters of reference to Rebecca Woods, c/o Tuscarawas County Public Library, 121 Fair Avenue NW, New Philadelphia, OH 44663. For more information, please visit: content/employment


155 Sales / Marketing LOOKING FOR Entrepreneur's who love fun, fashion, jewelry, clothes, and awesome vacations. Rapid Advancement, Great Pay, Flexible Hours. Call 330-714 -2009 to schedule your interview.

LOG HOME Service Company looking for immediate help. West Holmes area. Construction experience and reference a must. 330 464 7095


Drivers Trucking

LOOKING FOR a dependable driver for a Mason Crew (330) 231-3854 DRIVER NEEDED to haul local Amish business man, mostly local. Please call 330-275-7910 DRIVERS, CDL-A: $2,000 Sign-On, Get Home Weekly! Dedicated Account! CDL Grads- $7K Tuition Reimbursement! Roll with the best @ US Xpress: 866-719-1682. Drivers: $2500 Sign-On Bonus! Dedicated Zanesville Account! Great Pay, Benefits, Miles, Weekly Home-Time & More! 1-888-567-3109

16" PLANNER Powermatic, $750 OBO. (330) 674-3774 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. BACKHOE, FORD 4500, w/diesel and front loader. $4,200 (330) 377-4190

Farm Equipment

FOR SALE: Broiler House Equipment, Feed Bins, Hydraulics, Curtain Machines, Winches, & More. Bobby Kline, (330) 893-0426 JOHN DEERE 336 Baler, Excellent Condition, Field ready. $2,500 (330) 359-2245 NH 488 HAY BIND. $3,000. NH L170 Skid Steer, 550 hrs, quick attach with enclosed cab, $24,000. (330) 359-1127 FOR SALE: Pallet forks, new and used, for skid loaders, good quality & price. Also. Earth Augers for Bobcat drive units. See us for all your attachment needs. Mt. Eaton Trailer, 330-359-0150 ALAMO HYDRAULIC Ditch Bank Mower, w/Oil resevoir front pump and mounting brackets. $1,600. (330) 377-4190

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BAKER SAWMILL. 38 hours Kubota diesel. Fully hydraulic. Good working condition.$13,000. (740) 545-0947.

FOR RENT: Case skid Loader. Also 4 ton dump trailer and 16' Flatbed Tailer. Also 30 Ton Log Splitter. Henry J. Miller, Sugarcreek. 330-852- 3363.

FOR SALE: 3 DeLaval milking units; ( 1 ) 60# & (2) 50# buckets; Vacuum dumping station w/6" receiving jar; Claw washer. All in good condition. 8107 Hoy Rd, Fredericksburg. (330) 695-2168.


HELP WANTED: EXPERIENCED TIMBER cutter with a driver's license. 330-231-2234

FOR RENT: Bobcat T-190 skid loader with rubber tracks. $25/hr. Plus fuel. Delivery available. 330-407-1081

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HOME HELPERS, Americas #1 Senior Care Franchise serving Wayne, West Stark, Summit and Medina counties is seeking responsible and caring individuals for non-medical in-home caregiver positions. Fulltime, Part-time and Live-in opportunities. Experience preferred, (STNA, HHA, CNA, Private Duty). Apply by calling 330-731- 1710.

Construction Equipment

JOHN DEERE 5510 Tractor, w/541

Appliances Electronics Loader, 1080 hrs, Like New Cond.,

WINDOW AIR Conditioner, 15,000BTU, Fridgaire, Brand New, Less than 1 month old, Works Excellent, I No longer need. Paid $650, Price Neg. (330) 231-5429 CLASSIC WORD Processor model WSB84 @ $95/obo. Propane Gas range with electric ignition @ $125/obo. Call 330-359-0270.

$28,000. 7' Woods Rotary Bush Hog, $2,500. 8' Scraper Blade, $150. 7' Box Blade, $150. 2-12 Bottom Plow, $150. Troy-Bilt Roto Tiller, Model Horse. $1,200. (330) 674-3774 03 DAT 232 Skid loader. Joy stick control, 2,600 hr. OR OPS. Good condition, Serviced on regular basis, $17,000. (330) 473-0096

GAS REFRIGERATOR, crystal cold, 12-cf in good condition. $360. (330) 893-3272.

FOR RENT Bobcat T300 skid loader, $25/hr.; Bobcat Mini Hoe, $22/hr. +fuel (330) 231-6196

NATURAL GAS Stove, works good, Model Premier, $200. Call (330) 749-2407

MASSEY FERGUSON 2200 with Perkins 3 Cylinder Diesel and Model 200 industrial loader. Torque converter bad. $1,250. (330) 377-4190.

CHEST FREEZER, 21 cu ft., Great condition, $400 (330) 231-1877 FOR SALE: Laptop, Very Lightly used, Also, Cannon Printer/Copier/Scanner, $700 for Combo. Leave Message, (330) 893-4170

TRACTOR WHEELS on hard rubber. Fits on Ford 6600 and smaller. $1,000. (330) 852-3070 ext.3 M.C. DEERING 7 foot grain binder, $1200. Aaron E. Troyer, 2679 South Kansas Rd., Apple Creek, OH 44606

RHEEM HIGH Efficiency hot air gas furnace and A/C unit includes coil and ducts. $750/obo. (330) 440-2999

353 NEW HOLLAND Grinder mixer, $1000. Long Auger. Mose Mast, 6402 SR 241, Millersburg, OH 44654

FOR SALE: Amana Sofsound III dishwasher, $100 (330) 279-3303.

2000 JOHN DEERE 240 skidsteer, 6325 hrs. $7,200. 330-893-7001.

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BLACK RASPBERRIES, clean patch. You pick, $2.75 lb; We pick, $3.75 lb. CR 318, Shreve. Call for appointment or to order (330) 567-2043. FOR SALE: Everleaf Oatlage $50/bale, (330) 567-2249 FOR SALE: 3x3x6 Wrapped Hay, 1st Cutting, Have test results, $60/bale. (330) 601-3307 CUSTOM Round baling. 330-663-4997 or (330) 663-4996

 HARVEST THRIFT STORE of Killbuck GREAT DEALS!! Stuff a bag for $5.00 5- FAMILY BARN sale - Lots of old glassware, Beanies, canning jars, treadmill, heating stove, rubber stamps, weed eater & lots more not listed! 5654 CR 407, Mlsbg. July 11-13, 8am-?


Horses Livestock

KILN DRIED baled shavings, (330) 279-2797

BIG BLACK Pacing Bred 5 yr old, All trot, TSS, 330-815-4176

NEW 1ST Cutting mix, round bales, Good Horse hay, 120 available, $60 a piece. (330) 472-2613

16 MO.. old Holstein cross bull, for rent or for lease. David H. Yoder, (330) 893-2892

FOR SALE: First cutting horse hay. Small square bales. Joseph Miller. (330) 897-0086.

FOR SALE: 6 yr old Gelding, Standard Bred & Saddle Bred Cross, Good Size, Traffice Safe, $2,400. (330) 359-5557

CERTIFIED ORGANIC 1st cutting mixed grass alfalfa wrapped 4x5 bales. Lakeville Area. Call 419-368-9026

FOR SALE: 2 yr old Bay Morgan Stud. (330) 464-2193


Firewood Fuel

FIREWOOD FOR sale. Will trade for scrap metal. Delivery available. Call anytime. (330) 275-7980  FOR SALE: Firewood- $55 a pickup load- $350 for tandum axel dump truck loaded. M&M Sawmill. 330-893-1020 

FOR SALE Split seasoned firewood, slab wood & also boom truck loads available. Also hollow cmpfire logs 330 231-8462. FOR SALE: Reg. Siamese kittens, 12 wks. old. Call for price. 330-897-1306.


Garage Yard Sales

221 KINNEY (9-5 on Wed-Thurs-Fri) HUGE SALE: Scrapbooking, Stampin' Up, Crafts, Movies, Clothes, household, games, sports, guitars, soap box derby, toys, books, and more! MOVING IN GARAGE SALE! July 19-20, 8a-6p. Furniture, Canning supplies, Books, Garden tools, Kitchen and household goods, milk glass, vases, clothes, John Deere Diesel Riding mower, 16" planer, Radio arm saw, Tile cutter, Air compressor, 2-12 bottom plow, 30 gallon sprayer, John Deere Utility Cart. 5447 TR 315, Millersburg. 4 mi. W of Millersburg off of Rt. 39. HUGE GARAGE SALE! July 11-13, 8-6p. 9487 Schwartzwalder Rd, Shreve, between St Rt. 95 and St Rt 3. Quality home furniture, Years of misc. collected items, Something for everyone, A must see sale! DAYLILY AND HOSTAS SALE during July. Lots of different colors. Ivan R. Mast. 6321 CR 407, Millersburg. (330) 674-0736. HUGE FARM SUPPLIES. Post, Panel, Gates, Power poles, New stop light with all guts, Drain pipes- 16x24, Covert pipes smooth inside ridgid outside, Riding mowers, Siding, Ladders, Electric fence supplies, hitches, jars, ceramic crocks, toys, cement blocks new and used, collectibles, bikes, washer and dryer. 514 S. of Nashville, right on TR 213. July 11,12, and 13. GARAGE SALE 7/11 & 7/12 8 a m - 4 p m . C h i l d r e n ' s clothes for boys and girls from 0-3 months and up to 7/8 for girls. Shoes, Women's Clothes 18/20, 22/24, 1X-3X. Household, Holiday items, Books, Toys, Dishes, Little Girl bike, Crafts, Jewelry, Vintage Items, 676 Barnard Rd, Wooster.

Consigned to Smokey Lane Ice Cream Sale July 12, 4 yr old Master Glide/Balanced Image; 7 yr old Conway Hall/ Balanced Image; 3yr old AP Lindy/ Speedy Crown; 3 yr old Keystone Sadige/Master Lavec; 5 yr old Monty Hall/Super Pleasure; 10 yr old Black gelding, Trotter, women can drive; 8 yr old Lindy Lane/ Malabar Man, nice, fresh trotter, 1:55, $218,000; 5 yr. old Valley Victor/ Angus Hall, surrey horse. 330-852-2237 Auctioneer Myron Miller 13 YR. OLD MUSTANG GELDING trail horse, rides & drives, $850. (330) 231-2708 FOR SALE: 12 yr old Mare, By Super Star Ranger, Supreme Lobel Dam, TSS, Classy Driver, In Foal to Son of Royal Strength, Dam of Lot Number One in Memorial Trotting Sale. Black Yearling Stud, Full brother to Lot Number One. 3 yr old Bay Mare, Buggy size, Mostly Trot, TSS, Anybody can drive, Easy Keeper, Nice mare. $1,400. (330) 279-2070 FOR SALE: Medium Size Standard Bred Mare. Needs work. $1,500/obo. (330) 275-6079. STANDING AT Stud. Black & white 41" pony, very sharp. Service fee $40. Phone (330) 852-3727 ext 2.

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FOR SALE: 6yr old Black Percheron Gelding, Broke to most farm machinery, Willing worker, Brian I Yoder, 5070 TR 629, Millersburg (330) 893-7014

3 YR old 3/4 Fresian, 1/4 Percheron Cross, Broke to ride and drive single & double, TSS, nice driver. $4,000 (330) 852-3900

11 YEAR old Belgian gelding. 17+ hands high. Broke, willing worker. After 3 Levi Coblentz 7326 TR 601 Millersburg, OH 44654

FOR SALE: Standard Breed Weanling Filly, Eligible to register. Eli Weaver, 4306 US 62, Millersburg, (330) 473-4099

4 YR. BAY Morgan gelding. Women have driven him. Not quite traffic safe. Trots like a standard bred. Amos Schlabach 330-674-9451 ext. 2. REG, WHITE DORPER Ram Lambs- Well muscled lambs with good shedding genetics. Put more weight on your market lambs with a Dorper.330-897-2907 ext 3 FOR SALE. Belgian Team, 7 & 8 yr. old mare & gelding, broke to all farm machinery, fast stepping team; Nubian Nanny goat, fresh in Jan.; American Guinea Hogs, pigs for pasture, 2 gilts & 1 boar. Samuel M Yoder, 2386 CR 200, Dundee. (888) 790-1473, VM. FOR SALE: 9 yr old Paint Gelding, Ride & Drive, TSS, Has been on trial rides and in Buggy. $1,200. 330-600-1511 3 CHEVIOT EWES. Born in May. Noah J. Troyer. 6840 TR 568, Holmesville. (330) 674-0851 FOR SALE: 8 yr old Gelding, Fresh, Sire: Yankee Glide, Dam by: Sierra Kosmos, Black, Pretty, Sharp, Top Driver. 7 yr old Gelding, Big Surrey Horse, Mostly Trot, Family Type. 8 yr old Gelding, Double Gaited, (Trots A lot) Boys horse deluxe, Drives with tight lines, These horses are TSS. (330) 852-0159 VM Dale Schlabach.

8 YR OLD REGISTERED QUARTER Horse, Broke to ride, (740) 552-1722 RED LEOPARD pony, 53", great with kids, $600; Silver buckskin paint filley, 2013 foal, $200 (740) 824-4361. FOR SALE: Golden Comet Pullets from Mt Healthy Hatcheries, Ready by August, place your order now. 740-295-5423 Abe H. Yoder. 30643 TR 213, Fresno OH 43824

FOR SALE: 7 yr. old quarter horse mare, black, broke to ride, excellent trail horse. Marion Burkholder, 330-852-0580 ext. 2. FOR SALE: 48" Black & White Y e a r l i n g , Homozygous Pony Stallion. Good broke to ride & drive, TSS. A great Stallion prospect. (330) 674-0736

5 YR old Gelding, TSS, Needs work, Good Traveler, Pulls on reins, Good Size, (330) 893-1805 FOR SALE: 11 year old black standard bred mare. TSS, family horse. Andy Miller Jr. 6884 TR 326 Holmesville, OH 44633 330-674-9604 ext. 1

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Driving Horse Sale RODEO – 7 PM Driving Horse Sale

686 Smokey Lane Road NW • Sugarcreek, OH 44681 Phone: 330-852-2237 Fax: 330-852-2237

Auctioneer Myron Miller

FOR SALE: Yearling paint filly. Sorrel with blaze. Very nice. Broke to lead, $500. 330-279-9290 ext. 3. FOR SALE: (3) Powder Coated Horse Stalls, $1,750 OBO. (740) 502-2539 FOR SALE 2 yr. old paint gelding, well started in harness & riding, $450. 330-852- 3132

FOR SALE: 10 Katahdin Ewes. Call (330) 464-6158 if interested. STANDARD BRED MARE. Smooth mouth, TSS. Nice traveler, No trucks to big. $825. St. Rt. 651, New Bedford. (330) 897-7830.

7 yr old Cross Bred Mare, Dark Bay with Strip & 3 Whites, Good Broke, Women can drive, TSS, In foul to Triple H Saturn for July 2013. David Yoder, Co. Rd. 12, 740-623-9879 Ext. 1


All types of chimney relining: gas, oil, wood & coal.


ICE CREAM from 6pm - ?

FOR SALE: 6 yr. old 56" gelding, broke to ride & drive, $500. (330) 897-7403


July 12th Ice Cream Sale, Horses 6 PM July 20th RODEO – 7 PM Aug. 3rd Riding Horse and Pony Sale Aug. 9th Aug. 17th SEPt. 13th

12 YR old Paint Gelding, Broke to ride, Does very good on trail rides. (330) 695-2626 VM

FOR SALE: 4 YEAR Old Mustang Gelding, TSS, Broke to ride and drive, $950. 330-897-7403.

FOR SALE: Registered Service Bull. 1 1/2 years old. (330) 359-0752.

(Catalog Consignments due July 15th)

WE HAVE a few Full Dutch Harness Horses and Dutch Harness Crosses. (740) 622-4059.

WANTED: WELL BROKE Morgan Gelding. TSS Sound with no bad habits. 802-272-5707.

4 YEAR OLD Pony Mare. Pony cart and harness. (740) 552-1990.

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WILL FEED ORGANIC Heifers, $2 a day, year around. For Sale: Holstein Heifers and Holstein Mondebeliarde Cross Heifers. (330) 567-2249

FOR SALE: 13 yr. old gelding quarter horse. Good on trails. Traffic Safe and Sound. Billy Royal Saddle. Asking $1000. 330-893-7221 (V.M.)

Smokey Lane Stables, Inc.

Tack 4:30PM

 FOR SALE: 4 yr. old pony mare, 44" brown/white, broke, tss, sharp;  Also, Puggle male, 4 yrs. old. 330-567-9690 x3.

JERSEY BULLS, Natually Polled, Out of Good Stock, $675 ea. (330) 377-4190

It’s Ice Cream Time at Smokey Lane FREE Friday Stables, Inc. July 12th

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Advanced Chimney Technology

3878 CR 135, Millersburg, OH 44654 • 330-893-4724


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

Accepting new and used tack consignments through sale day. Horses 5:30 starting with Ponies and Riding Horses followed by driving horses. 6066 Hilltop Dr, NW, Strasburg 1755 sq.ft. 3 BR, 2 Bath home with 24x32 detached garage w/12’ door on 1.84 acres. 2.5 miles east of Dundee on Hilltop Dr. $89,900 Steve Maag 330-763-4769

Selling all breeds of horses. Consigned; 6yr old black gelding by Sierra Cosmos/ American Winner. Good broke, the right kind. Brown and White Paint riding horse mare, kid broke trail horse, Paint Walker mare with foal, good broke to ride, several good broke ponies. Team of 54” mare and gelding, bay with chrome, worked double. 4 horse steel bumper hitch trailer. Expecting some top trotters and good pacing breds.

US 250 Mt. Eaton 25 acres of prime commercial acreage. 1700’ road frontage. Will consider all offers. $8500/acre. Curt Yoder 330-204-2447 Kate Overton 330-204-9339






Call consignments in by Thursday 8PM to be on the sale list. Fun thingS For the kidS to do. 686 Smokey Lane Road NW • Sugarcreek, OH 44681 Phone: 330-852-2237 Fax: 330-852-2237

Auctioneer Myron Miller

109 Fairview St, Baltic 3 BR, 2 Bath ranch home with new foundation, newer shingles, walk up attic & detached 2 car garage with work area. $117,000 Steve Maag


2175 Main St, Winesburg Beautifully remodeled 1830’s 4 BR home, retail shop/ studio & 1 BR apartment. This home offers original hardwood floors. Many updates including metal roof & windows. A beautiful garden with patio. $267,000 Cliff Sprang 330-464-5155


WILL DO CUSTOM INLI NE Bale Wrapping. (330) 231-6640.

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FOR SALE: Registered Polled Jersey Bull, Good Temperament, 3 Registered Jersey Heifers, 4 mo old. David Miller, (330) 852-1447†Ext. 1 4 YEAR OLD Belgian Gelding. Broke, Works with snap. $2,500. (330) 852-3070 ext. 3 WANTED TO buy: All types of horses & ponies, sound or unsound. J & S Horse Farm, 13914 Mt Eaton Rd, Doylestown, 44230. Call or write. (330) 715-0363.

FOR SALE: Flemish Giant Rabbit. Phone 330-600-0884 JERSEY STEERS: 2 mo. old. Started on grain. Jersey Heifer, 3 mo. old. Playful kittens. John Miller, 330-279-2045 3 YEAR OLD, 42", Brown Pony Gelding. Well broke to ride and drive. (330) 852-7094†x1 MILK GOAT. Good milker. Roy Miller, 3915 TR 366, Millersburg, 330-893-4408 FOR SALE: GOLDEN COMET pullets, raised on grass, $5.25/each. (330) 674-5604. FOR SALE: 3 yr old Quarter Horse Mare, Chestnut 2 Whites & a Stripe, Good broke to ride, TSS, Been on trail. (330) 897-0554 8 YR. old black paint w/3 white socks, 37", broke to ride & drive, tss. $200/obo. Bob Troyer, 330-852-3905, evenings

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7 YEAR, 14 h. Paint/Haflinger gelding. Professional training. Beautiful. Great potential. Needs work, $500. 330-390-2095, 330-276-5391

6 YR old Black Trotting Gelding, sire Siarra Kosmos, dam: American Winn e r , TSS Fancy driver. $5,700. 6 yr old Dutch Standard Bred Gelding, bay 3 white sock & stripe, sire: Toronto, T S S , Big strong surrey horse that drives w i t h class. $5,000. Joseph Yoder 33945 S R 643 Baltic Ohio 43804 (330) 897-8650

FOR SALE: 3 yr old Black Gelding, 55", 4 whites & stripe, Fancy driver, $850. (330) 852-4835

REGISTERED HOLSTEIN BULL. 1 1/2 yrs old. Ready for heavy service. Out of the Duncan herd. Noah H. Yoder. 6928 CR 407. (330) 674-1000.

 42" 2-yr. old Black & white pony, Well mannered but not broke. 9080 S. Carr Rd., Fredericksburg.

FOR SALE: STANDARDBRED breast harness, very good condition, $350/obo. Robert Yoder, 14020 Sandusky Dr. SW, Beach City, OH. (near Wilmot). 330 359-0459.

8 YR OLD Standard Bred Gelding, S u p e r Traveler, TSS, David Yoder, 8073 TR 652, Millersburg (330) 600-1128

11 YEAR old red sorrel 1/2 standard, 1/2 Belgian mare. Broke to work anywhere. TSS. Strong, willing worker. Stripe, one white sock. 1 mile S. of Mt. Eaton. Enos B. Yoder 9767 Senff Rd. Dundee, OH 44624

TEAM OF BLACK Percheron Gelding. Broke, $2,500 for the pair. (330) 852-3070 ext. 3 FREE HORSE MANURE . We load, but you haul. 330-897-8369

LOAD AND Go Lamb Sale. Blue Faced Leicester and Lincoln X Ewe and Ram Lambs, all colors. Select breeding Ewes and One Proven Registered NCWGA BFL Ram. 31024 TR 11, Fresno, Ohio, 43824. FMI (330) 897-4320. 13 YEAR OLD Standard bred. Safe for anyone. Black with two white feet.$1,500. 2 YEAR OLD Belgian Gelding. Good broke for a 2 year old. $2,000. Marion Miller. Senff Rd. (330) 359-1127.

Miller Chattel Auction Location: Berlin Christian Fellowship Church House. 5382 CR 201, Millersburg OH. From Berlin take US 62 west 1 mile to CR 201 north 1 mile to location or from Millersburg take US 62 east 5 miles to CR 201 north to location. Signs posted.

Saturday, July 20, 2013 10:00 AM Glassware * Furniture * Collectibles * Tools Glassware: 100’s of pcs. of glassware including: 20+ Mlbg. - 5 oil lamps; Hobster & Feather bowls; Ohio Star;, compotes; diamond pattern pitcher set; pink depression – plates, compotes, candy dishes, divided tray; creamer-sugars, candleholders, sundae dishes & more green depression; plates, candy dishes, measuring cups; beater bowls, cake trays, blue opalescent bowls, plates, tree bark pitchers & trough; Shirley Temple pitchers & plates; Fenton hand painted & signed pcs.; baskets & plates; compotes; Fenton bell collection; Mary Gregory hand painted & signed pcs.; 2 Imperial oil lamps; cobalt blue pcs.; hundreds of salts; stag & holly pcs.; Cranberry water sets; Vaseline glass; glass juicers; ruby red glassware; butter dishes; Collectibles: 100’s of knives including: KampKing; Barlow, Marbles, Winchester, Schrade, Buck, Colt, local advertising knives; fishing reels; rods; lures; tackle boxes; Germany bowls; Coke tray; vintage milkshake maker. Furniture: dining room table & 4 chairs; oak curved front lighted curio cabinet; corner shelves; library table; box wagon bench; oak hall tree; couch & recliner; curly maple & black walnut shelves; high chair; radio’s; TV; Local Items: Belden Brick pictures; Berlin picture; local sports teams; Gerber & Sons items; local watch fobs; knives; advertising items; Tools & Misc.: air compressor; rip saw; hand tools; and more to be determined. Note: Freeman and Anna were avid auction goers, and rarely left empty handed. They are moving and don’t have room to store their collection. If you are an auction goer, I’m sure you know Freeman and know anything could turn up. Auction will be held mostly inside with good lunch stand and restrooms. Easy access and ample parking. Doors will open by 8:00 a.m. Terms: Cash, check, or any major credit card with valid I.D. 3% buyer’s premium will be waived for cash sales.


2 BAY Yearlings, 1 Morgan Standard Bred Filly, 1 Fresian Standard Bred Stallion. $800 ea. (330) 359-5027 Ext 3. 8188 TR 656, Fredericksburg. FOR SALE: 8 yr old Morgan Gelding. Chestnut with stripe and one white sock. Needs work. (330) 695-2205 LM.  BIG BLACK 6 yr. old mare surrey horse. Women can drive. Very safe. TSS, all trot. David D. Miller 6888 CR 77 Millersburg, Ohio 44654  REGISTERED MINIATURE Donkey Gelding, Good pet. $375. (330) 231-8206.

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FOR SALE: 5 yr. old miniature pony, has lots of pep. Also, started Holstein steer calves. Robert Coblentz, 330-567-2255 8 YEAR OLD Standard Bred Gelding. TSS. Been in buggy 5 years. Too much for women. $1,600. Tim Hershberger, (330) 893-0171. FOR SALE: 3 yr old Fresian Standard Bred Cross Mare, TSS, Very well broke, Women can drive. Samuel Yoder, 6730 CR 189, Millersburg, (330) 600-0087 FOR SALE: 5 Yr. old Belgian gelding. Good broke. Monroe Hochstetler 31479 TR 231, Fresno, OH 43824. 330-897-0099 Voice Mail. FOR SALE: Pygmy Nannies. Aaron Beachy. 7123 TR 571, Holmesville, Ohio 44633. 330-600-1299. 8 YEAR OLD Standard Bred Gelding. Fresh horse, Gentle and good broke, TSS. (330) 231-5219.  11 YR. old gelding. Mostly trot. T.S.S. Willing traveler, boys horse. 3 yr. old mare started in buggy. Joseph Schlabach 330-359-6134 WANTED: LIGHT Boned Draft Cross Gelding. Dark in color, Good broke, TSS, Sound, No bad habits. 802-272-5707. CLUB CALVES, Registered Shorthorn and Shorthorn Plus! Yearling Heifer's, Bred Heifer's, Bulls and Show Steer's 419-938-5521 Cell: 419-651-2442. MINIATURE SPOTTED Jack, 4 yrs. old, broke to drive, not for children, $250/ obo. (330) 231-1884 FOR SALE: 6 yr old Quarter Horse Gelding, Kid Broke to ride, $1,000 330-893-9304

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6 YEAR old Paint Gelding. 54 inches high. Broke to ride and drive. TSS. Needs exp rider, $650. Gabriel Wengerd 330-674-7247 ext. #3

Horses Livestock

FOR SALE: Dorset Ewes, Three 1 years old, and 7 Land Ewes born in April. Andrew Hershberger, (330) 893-4710.


Household Furnishings

6 yr. old nice black gelding, mostly trot, nice good mannered family horse, tss, $2500; 3 yr. old gelding, sharp, trots nice, tss, $1500. Duane Weaver (330) 674-1777

BUNK BED w/full bed sofa combo, $200; Kneehole desk, $20; 4'x6' closet, $20; 4 int. door slabs-2 with jams; Bathroom sink. (330) 893-3850.

12 YEAR OLD Percheron Gelding. Gray/White. Good broke, broke to all farm machinery. $1,250. (330) 231-5219.

FLOOR LAMP with Oak Stand, very good condition. $150. Nelson Yoder, 2764A US 62, Dundee, 44624. (330) 359-2314 Ext 1

7 Holstein heifer calves, 1-2 wks. old, from our herd. 330-893-0174 50 DORSET Ewes, Yearling & Mature Ewes, Flock Dispersal, Foot Rot Free, Feeders & Equip. Will sell as flock or indiv. 330-893-7037 Marvin Hershberger Smokey Lane Riding Horse and Pony Sale August 3. Tack 9:30, Horses 12 Noon. Catalog signments due July 15. Taking tack horse consignments through sale 686 Smokey Lane RD Sugarcreek 44681. 330-852-2237 Auctioneer Myron Miller

conand day. OH

FOR SALE: 6 yr old Mare, Friesian Standard Bred with colt at side. Nice driver, TSS, Safe for women.(888) 212-3708. 6 YR OLD Morgan Mare, Bay, Broke, $800. 4 yr old Pony Mare, Black & White, Broke, 49", $600. Yearling Stud Colt, Registered Morgan, Dark Chestnut w/some white. $1,000. 330-473-3215 7 YR old Western Hanover Mare, Dark Bay, Mini Surrey size, Good broke, TSS, (330) 231-5219


14 YR. OLD dark bay standard bred gelding, surrey horse for last 6 yrs. Call (330) 674-2779†x2 LM or call bet. 7-7:30 am at 330-674-0766.

Location: Kaufman Auction House, 3149 SR 39 at the Amish Country Theater. Directions: 3.3 miles east of Berlin or 0.5 mile west of Walnut Creek, Ohio in Holmes County. From I -77 take SR 39 west approximately 12 miles to Auction House.

3 YR. old Bay Belgian standardbred cross gelding. T.S.S. Women can drive, nice buggy horse. Also, works in the field, $1500. 10243 Salt Creek Rd., Fredericksburg.

FOR SALE: Medium Size Napoleon Wood Burner, Glass door. Completely realigned interior. Misc. Stove and Chimney pipes included. $475. (330) 674-0356 ext. 3. FOR SALE: Napoleon stove #1900. Used approx. 3 months, $1100. 330674-5275. David Nisley BLUE COUCH, 3 Good Recliners, Chest of Drawers, Bookshelf, File Cabinets, Wooden Table w/3 leaves, 6 chairs & 7'Long, All size beds & Frames, (2) Baby Cribs, Kitchen Chairs on wheels, New Deluxe mattress sets, 2 mi. W. of Becks Mills. 2529 TR 110, Millersburg. ( 3 3 0 ) 674-0944.


Hunting Fishing

HUNGER GAMES, NAAS, scouting programs. We have quality local made youth and light adult long bows and recurves and supplies. Hill Country Bows, 330-674-9609 NRA/CCW COURSE- $45. July 6 & 7 or Aug 3 & 4 330-335-9205


Lawn & Garden

FOR SALE: Lawn boy Mower, 21", Runs good, $250. Call (330) 749-2407 FOR SALE: 21" Snow blower yard machine, Works good. $70. (330) 893-4157

Tuesday, July 16, 2013 4:00 P.M. Half Cents * Half Dollars * Silver Dollars * Gold * Misc. Half Cents-Half Dollars: 1804 half cent; 1816, 22, 26, 31, 34, 35, 37, 38, 43, 44, 45, 46, 47, 48, 49, 50, 51, 52, 53, 55, 56,large cents; flying eagle cents; 1864L Indian head cent; 1909svdb PCGS AU58, 10s, Lincoln cents; bag of 5000 wheat pennies; 1871 2-cent pc.; l937d 3-legged buffalo nickel; Jefferson nickel sets; half dimes; 1897o barber dimes; roll of mercury dimes; 1875cc 20-cent pc.; l932s Wash. Quarter; 1824, 34, 35, bust halves; 1849o, 50o, 58, 58o, 6ls, 63, 72, 75, seated halves; 1916d, 21, 38d, walker halves; complete set of Franklin halves; set of Kennedy halves. Silver Dollars: 1878cc,78s PCGS MS64, 80o, 82cc, 82o ANACS MS64 DMPL, 83cc, 84cc, 84cc ICG MS62 DMPL, 84cc NGC MS61, 85s, 86o, 90cc, 90s, 95o, 97o, 98s, l903o, Morgans; 1921, 23s, 26s, 28, 34d, 35, peace dollars. Gold: 1894s $20. liberty head SEGS MS63; 1892 $5. liberty head; 1852 type-1 $1. pc. Miscellaneous: 1904 Farmers deposit national bank $10. Note (Pittsburg); proof sets; silver eagles; civil war tokens; collection of ancient coins. NOTE: This is only a partial list of approx. 400 lots to be sold in catalog order. Doors open 2 hrs. prior to sale time. Online bidding available at thru

ADEN YODER, AUCTIONEER 330-763-2565 or 330-359-5458 DERRICK KANDEL, AUCTIONEER 330-231-4524



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VINYL STORAGE Barns, and Portable Garages. Built to last. A few lot models on hand ready to be delivered. Affordable Barn Co. ltd, Mt. Hope (330) 674-3001 BCS 16" Tiller, New clutch, Honda Engine, $650. Ariens 18" Tiller, Honda Engine, $350, Honda Self-Propelled Lawn Mower, $190, Troy-Bilt, Self-Propelled Chipper, Shredder Vac, 8HP Briggs, Great for leaf pick-up, $400. Crist Yoder, Charm. (330) 893-2095† Ext. 2 JD 120 Automatic Lawn Tractor, w/48" deck, 20HP Engine, $675. Very Good Condition. (330) 852-4131 CUB LO-BOY 60" cut, $2,500. 4 ft. brush hog 8 HP Briggs Engine, $400. Wheeled Edger, $75. Prairie Engine. 7833 CR 373, Big Prairie, Ohio 44611. FOR SALE: Cut Sandstone from old Barn Wall, North of Sugarcreek. David A. Miller, (330) 852-1447† Ext 1 WILL DO. garden plowing, tilling, brush hogging, and get your new lawn ready for seeding. Henry J Miller, 330-852-3363.

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VINYL PICKET Fence. 160' (used) w/ arch and 2 gates. 3 yrs old. 330-674-0889. FOR SALE: Water Softener, Flushable, Good condition. Call (330) 749-2407 WANTED:CAST IRON kitchen sink with cabinet. For Sale: lawn mower deck for Huskie Mower. 330-279-2142 FOR SALE: Set of Halflinger Harnesse s , $525. Set of All purpose harness, $625. Buggy harness w/breast collar. $225. Harnesses in Good Cond. 330-264-8705 4X8 TRAILER with 2 foot sides and tail gate. Excellent condition, $950. 330-674-0801 10 x 8' STORAGE BUILDING. 2 big front doors, Locking dock door, Window, Rhino flooring. Paid $1,500, 5 yr old. Asking $600. (330) 897-2170. FOR SALE: 16'x7' White, Aluminum Garage Door. Not insulated. $100 (330) 897-1222† Ext 4 FOR SALE: GAME BOY Advance with charger. $40. (330) 893-4157

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INCREASE ENERGY - Powerful weight loss & decreased appetite with PURPLE TIGER...all natural ingredients. 60-ct. bottle $43, Thyroid Complex $29, or buy BOTH for $68. Send check or money order to: John Keim, 7945 Weaver Rd., Fredericksburg, OH 44627. (330) 466-8673. FOR SALE: Used open top hanging chicken feeders. $7.00 @ Mahlon Yoder, C. R. 12, 740-622-1654 USED SURREY. Older style, Good condition, Wheels are redone, Lights plus blinker. $1,500. (330) 893-2653. Black & Decker mitre saw with 28-tooth blade, $25. (330) 695-5395 FOR SALE: used, still in Topo maps DVD; Also, Treestand, 674-4205

 Garmin Dakota 20 GPS, good condition, comes with look, lanyard, instructional Summit Viper Climber make offer. Call (330)

FOR SALE: New men's giant Escape I bike, size medium with new accessories. Call (330) 897-1263

Miscellaneous Merch. 280

CANON CAMERA with zoom lens. EF-35-80MM 1-4-5-6 52 MM with case. $100. Sony Digital Video Camera Recorder HI 8 dcr trv 140 video HI with case. Only $250. Garmin GPS Complete $85. Canon D320 Digital printer 505303. $100. Champion Electric Juicer Household by Plastaket MFG Inc. The World's Finest Juicer. $275. Electric Treadmill Image 1.0, $100 (330) 231-0218.

NEW BUGGIES for Sale. For more information Call (330) 621-8426 CORN HOLE BAGS: $12/set of 8 bags...5 sets or more, $10/set of 8 bags. Norman C. Yoder, 4256 TR 374, Millersburg. 330-893-7421. FOR SALE: 500 GALLON air tank. $275. Henry E. Mast. 2619 CR 160. (330) 359-5629. EMPIRE VENTED Room Gas Heater (visual flame) Model #RH-50B-6, 50,000BTU/HR, Never Used $825 Call John (440) 669-6991

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FOR SALE: NEW Cricut expression machine with 2 cartridges, $199.99. Also, Fix-n-mix bowls, $25. Call 330-231-7262. JULY SPECIAL!! 10% off brooms, mops, fans, tools & misc. Gypsy Spring Variety 6321 CR 407, Millersburg. (330) 674-0736 ANTIQUE CHINA cupboard, 17x43x72", $3000; Doghouse, 17x17x39H, shingled roof , good shape, $125. (419) 827-2213

Miscellaneous Merch.

ROAD CART FOR SALE with lights, rubber tires, excellent condition. Call after 5:30 p.m. (330) 852-0615 FOR SALE: 35x75 hoop building. Used 8 mo. $10,000 obo. Atlee Keim, 6568 Saltcreek Rd., Fredericksburg, OH 44627 FOR SALE: steel beams one 10"x33', $225. Three 8"x25', $125. Also, three steel posts 6'6" to 6'9". One 7'3" to 7'6", $30. E. G. Jonas Hershberger 330-852-0153 Ans. RAINBOW SWEEPER. Very good condition plus accessories. $300. 330893-1974 ext. 1


To settle the estate will sell the following real estate at absolute auction on location at 7251 Columbus Road, Shreve, Ohio. Located 10 miles South of Wooster or 10 miles North of Loudonville on State Route 3 (Columbus Road). Auction site will be at this farm.

Schafer Chattel Auction

Kaufman Auction House

SATURDAY JULY 20, 2013 11:00 A.M.

Tuesday, July 16th, 2013 4:00 PM

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.

REAL ESTATE TO SELL TO THE HIGH BIDDER AT 12:00 NOON 265 acres of land. Two farms. 200+ acres of tillable land. A dozer and hoe can create more tillable land. Selling one of the hottest commodities in today’s financial world. Land continues to be the #1 option for smart investors. The returns beat any bank CD rates. Check out these 2 land opportunities. FARM #1 consists of 100.629 acres of land with frontage on and access from State Route 3. Improvements include a year 2000 mobile home (which sells separate) and a pole barn with cement lot. Not fancy, but functional. FARM #2 consists of 164.387 acres with frontage on and access from Clay Plant Road and Wilderness Road. Clay Plant runs North of Route 3 just East of Farm #1. Both farms have been tiled over the years. Both farms are a part of the Muskingum Watershed. Both farms are under a gas storage lease which will transfer to the buyer. Both farms sell to the high bidder. No minimums. No reserves. No buyer premium. You pay what you bid. Farms will offered separately and in combination and will sell in the manner that nets the most for the seller. Arrange your financing and come bid your judgment. Terms are 10% down day of auction and balance at closing. Arial pictures and plat at Click on real estate auctions. Or pick up a flyer from the mailbox on site. Many people talk about what they could have bought land for 5, 10, or 15 years ago. This trend will continue into the future. Buy land. You will be glad you did. Selling wagon load of smalls at 11:00 A.M., real estate at 12:00 Noon, followed by machinery. TRUCK-MOBILE HOME 2010 Chevy Silverado C1500 truck, 2x, low miles, good condition; 2000 Daytona Mansion mobile home to be moved; portable storage building; 18 ft. gooseneck camper (no title). FARM AND LIVESTOCK EQUIPMENT New Idea tandem manure spreader; gravity wagon and gear; 2 flatbed wagons; skid loader trailer; bale feeder; lick tank for cattle; several Rubbermaid water troughs; remaining hay; good selection of gates of all sizes; 3pt. plow; 3 large concrete culverts; hog feeder; misc. lumber; wagon load of farm misc.; and more. NOTE- Starting with wagon load of misc. at 11:00 A.M., real estate at Noon, followed by truck, mobile home, camper, farm equipment, and livestock equipment. Some off road parking at auction site and produce stand. Real estate sells in tent. Bring your chair. Circle your calendar for a good one. Equipment pictures at Click on auctions.

Location: 8142 T.R. 574 Holmesville, OH 44633. From Millersburg take S.R. 83 North to Twp. Rd. 574 East. From Holmesville take S.R. 83 South to Twp. Rd. 574 East.

2004 Kubota RTV900* Kubota 1630 4WD Tractor w/ Bucket * New 20,000 Watt Generac * Presto Lift Truck * 24’ Trailer * Jet Ski * (2) Wheel Horse Mowers * * Tools * Millersburg Glass * Misc. 2004 Kubota RTV900 – Kubota 1630 Tractor – Trailer – Jet Ski – Misc.: 2004 Kubota RTV900 4x4, 197 Hrs., Power Bed, Diesel, Canopy; Kubota 1630 4WD Tractor w/ Bucket, Duals, 1543 Hrs.; 6’ WAC Finish Mower; DR Power Wagon w/ 8.75 Briggs Motor; 1947 JD Manure Spreader; Flatbed Hay Wagon; 3 Pnt. Box Scraper; 24’ Flat Bed Trailer; 5’x8’ Tilt Bed Trailer; Presto Hydraulic 2000 LB. Lift Truck; 1996 Sea Doo Bombardier Jet Ski w/ Trailer; 8’ Plastic Jon Boat; Watercraft Tubes; 1999 Chevy Prism Motor; (4) Firestone P235/70R-16 Tires; (4) New Michelin LTX A/S P225/70 R18 Tires; (4) New 13” Tires. 20,000 Watt Generac – Mowers – Shop Tools – Misc.: New 20,000 Watt Generac; Wheel Horse 312 Hydro, 12 HP, 764 Hrs.; Wheel Horse B-100 8 Speed, 10 HP; Wheel Horse Blades & 42” Deck; Lawn Boy, Yard Machine, Craftsman & Weedeater Push Mowers; Backpack Leaf Blower; (2) Lawn Sweepers; Soil Blender; Wheel Barrow; Chipper/Shredder; DEK & Generac Pressure Washers; Emglo Air Compressor; Striper; Clarke Pneumatic Parts Washer (new); 5,000 Watt Generator; Goodyear Tire Changer; (2) Shop Smiths; Lathe Tools; Craftsman Sliding Miter Saw; Table Saw; Jointer; Drill Press; 6” Bench Grinder; 4 Ton Puller Kit; 12’ Metal Brake; Construction Safety Net; New Drywall Lift; (3) Submersible Pumps; Ladders; Vise; Small Hand Tools. Millersburg Glass – Hen Pottery – Canopy’s – Wood Burner – Grills – Misc.: Ohio Star Vase & Table Set; 40+ Pieces of Hen Pottery (Pie Pans, Bowls, Tea Pots, Baking Dish & More); New Pepsi & Cruisin’ Roadster Pedal Cars (2) 10x20 Carports w/ Sides; Lil’ House Outdoor Wood Burner; Propane Fire Place; Gas & Propane BBQ Grills; 4 Way Traffic Light w/ Controls; Plastic Sohio Sign; Recliner; Rolltop Desk; Blue Print Cabinet; Filing Cabinet; 2 Mini Fridges; Metal Wagon; Humidifiers; 10+ Bikes; Bike Racks; Hummingbird Fish Finder; Boxes of Misc. Vinyl Siding. NOTE: This is a very interesting auction with many items being brand new and more boxes to go through. Chattel Terms: Cash, good check or credit card. 3% buyers premium, premium will be waived for cash or check. Proper Identification required to register. Lunch Stand. Sale by order of: Jim & Deb Schafer

3149 SR 39, Millersburg OH

Monday, July 15, 2013 5:00 PM

(Selling in 2 rings both starting at 5:00 PM) Tractors * Equipment * Millersburg Glass* Antiques * Household

Tractors – Trailers - Mowers: International 184 w/ belly mower; John Deere 750 4WD tractor w/ John Deere 70 bucket attachment; Land Pride 3pt. blade; International IM 400 brush hog; Steiner 420 w/ 1635 hrs. w/ mower deck; Steiner bucket attachment; John Deere L108 Hydrostatic mower w/ 42” deck; 2 utility trailers approx. 5x8; weedeaters; BBQ grill; yard cart; pull behind seeder; extension ladder; lots of good hand tools; Sears tiller; gas grill; Millersburg Glass – Antiques: 15+ pcs. Mlbg. glass including peacock & urn bowl in amethyst, 3 diamond tumblers, Ohio Star vase w/ lavender tint, grape wreath, blackberry wreath, lobster & feather, holly, primrose & more; Imperial pitchers & tumblers; Fenton pcs. & more; nice older workbench; carpenters chest; traffic light; plumb bobs; movie posters; oil cans; tins; old toys; planes; cast iron pcs.; tables; stands; signs; crocks; jugs; Furniture – Misc.: beautiful pump piano; piano; office desk; twin bed; chest of drawers; table & chairs; misc. tables & stands; book shelves; guitar; spotting scope; Longaberger baskets; pictures; good clean household & much more. Note: This auction will mostly consist of two couples that are moving out of state. Most of the items are clean and in like new condition. Interesting sale with boxes yet to be unpacked. Visit for photos and updates by 5:00pm Friday, July 12. For more information contact Derrick Kandel, auction manager at (330) 204-4453. Terms: Cash, check, or any major credit card with valid I.D. 3% buyer’s premium will be waived for cash sales. Receiving Hours: Wednesday, 9AM-4PM No Receiving Wednesday, July 24

TERMS ON CHATTELS – Cash or Good check


Auction by order of Kayla E. Roby, Ex. for ESTATE OF DAVID J. SPEELMAN WAYNE CO. PROBATE # E-72406-12 AUCTIONEER/REALTOR- Dave Acker AUCTIONEERS- Bob Graber and Paul Emerson BROKER – Jack Gant




ANTIQUES-COLLECTIBLES-TOOLS-GUNS BERNINA SEWING MACHINE- 2009 MAZDA 3 DISHES AND GLASS- STACKING BOOKCASES 4 WHEELER- JD LAWN TRACTOR- ROLLING TOOL BOX 60’S TOYS-BOOKS -LIFT CHAIR LIKE NEW To settle the estate will sell the following personal property, plus items from other homes, at public auction. Auction to be held in The FFA Building, Wayne County Fairgrounds, Wooster, Ohio. The fairgrounds are located at the junction of US Route 30 and State Route 3 South.

THURSDAY JULY 18, 2013 • 9:00 A.M.

NEUHARDT AUCTION CAR – Sharp 2009 Mazda 3, 4 door hatchback, one owner, garage kept, dealer serviced, sun roof, AT, and only 7590 miles, and in perfect condition, Car sells at approximately 12Noon; new oak pedestal table and 4 chairs; Bernina computerized Artista model 18 sewing machine with accessories and books; maple hutch; GE auto washer and dryer; computer desk; 2 good leather recliners; electric lift chair only 4 weeks old; 3 wheel walker; good twin bed; flat top trunk; 2 over 3 chest; art and craft items; good box lots; and more. TOOLS – Craftsman rolling tool box; hand and power tools; scroll saw; sander; new 2 gal. air compressor; and more. ESTATE OF BEVERLY NEUHARDT, Wayne Co. Probate #TBD HITCHCOCK AUCTION 2 older 5 section stacking bookcases; one good 6 section stacking bookcase (from attorney office); WWII navy coat; old baby clothes; Virginia Rose dishes; set of Jewellem Thailand flatware; old record albums; pics and frames; quilt; silver plate; Body Bar 2300 weight set; and more. Mark Hitchcock, Owner. TAYLOR AUCTION JD #214 lawn tractor w/ 46 inch mower; Lawn boy push mower; trailer set up for leaf collection w/ blower; JD blade; JD snow blower; lawn furniture; Homelite leaf blower; Frigidaire white refrigerator; dishes and cookware; couch and love seat; newer Maytag washer and dryer; treadmill; good box lots; and more. JIM AND BARBARA TAYLOR, OWNERS. AUCTION #4 Selling a good selection from a Wooster home including the following. GUNS – Colt 357 Magnum pistol; old pistol w/ holster; H&R 22 w/ box; Lawrence saddle holster; Crossman 177 BB pistol; Octagon barrel rifle believed to be Wayne County 1860’s to ‘70’s; model 760 Pump Master NIB. COLLECTIBLES – Approx. 60 VCR tapes John Wayne; BP race car tanks NIB; good selection of older dishes and glassware of all kinds; newer clocks; Buffalo Falls Pottery “Glanlana” pitcher; fancy oak buffet w/ mirror; oak ext. table w/ leaves and 4 chairs; hutch; 1847 Rogers service for 8; record albums including Gene Autry, Earnest Tubbs, and Roy Rogers; old Clipper typewriter; lunch boxes including Snoopy, Flintstones, Flipper, Barbie, and more; Sears sewing machine; 1500-2000 sports cards; Earnhardt memorabilia; and more yet to be discovered. TOOLS-Coleman 8 qt. size coolers; Gott coolers; Master Mechanic rolling tool box; good selection of hand and power tools; new bolt cutters; power tools NIB; and more. A partial list for a good selection. AUCTION #5 GUNS- 50 Cal. Black powder by Thompson and 54 cal. Black powder. Good selection of lawn enforcement and fire department memorabilia of all kinds including badges, toys, paper, and more; trains and track and accessories; magazines; collection of knives and lighters; NHL Stanley cup hockey game; computer desk; corner desk; pine rocker; 5 drawer dresser; 4 drawer oak dressers; Indian dolls; DVD and VHS; Precious Moments; good dehumidifier; Revell Titanic model; AMF airborne command post; other models, games, and puzzles; type trays; Briggs, Toro, Snapper, and other collector toys NIB; light house fountain; Danberry Mint houses; model sail boats; glass top patio table w/ chairs; small platform scale; canning supplies; and much more. Short list for a good selection. AUCTION #6 60’s toys including action figures and GI Joe; dolls and clothes; Sci- Fi and adventure DVD’s; 2 vintage Crossman gas powered 22 ‘s in original boxes; early 1900’s alarm clocks (work on slow time only); NASCAR pins; stemware and Depression glass; books; and more. AUCTION #7 S&W model 16 22 H&R Mag; Ruger 50 yr. MKIV 22 LR; Ruger Mark II Target 22 LR; Thompson Center Seneca 36 cal. Black Powder; Taurus 686 357 Mag.; Henry H001 22 LR; Ruger Model 96 17HMR. CASE AUCTION Frigidaire stacking washer and dryer; 1989 Yamaha 250 4 wheeler w/ extra tires; Homelite gas weed eater; Homelite gas leaf blower; 12 gal. shop vac; floor jack; Rockwell 71/2 saw; B&D drill and light; 2 step ladders; and more. JOHN CASE, OWNER AUCTION #9 Lawn and garden tools; cement finishing tools; tarps; 3 small gas engines; 1000+ key fobs w/ rings; Hardy Boy books; hand tools; good box lots; and more. NOTE- A good auction with good variety. Good appliances. Good antiques. Good furniture. Good car. Good guy stuff. And a good selection of items. Starting with 3 crews. One with antiques and small table items. 2nd crew with guy stuff and guns. 3rd crew walking the rows. Car sells at approximately 12Noon followed by lawn and garden. Bring 2 friends and the big truck. Good photo selection at Click on chattel auctions. TERMS- Cash or Good check Breakfast and lunch

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FOR SALE: Intex Ultraframe, 22'x52" pool, new in box-unopened - New price $699, will sell for $600. (330) 893-1477

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OBRIEN WATER Skis and wake board. Good condition. Make offer. (330) 893-1636 VM


Will sell on location 7085 Valley Rd. Wooster, OH. From SR 83 in Moreland turn west on Moreland Rd. Moreland Rd. becomes Valley Rd. at the sharp curve just west of Moreland Fruit Farm. The Bricker residence is the second home on the left. From SR 226 north of Shreve, OH turn east on Willow Rd. Willow Rd. becomes Kimber Rd. (no sign), follow Kimber to Valley at ‘T’ intersection turn south to 1st house on the right.

WEDNESDAY, JULY 17, 2013 10:00 AM

PICKUP – ALTERNATOR – ZERO TURN: ’03 GMC ½ T. pickup truck w/4.3L V-6, 5 speed manual trans., reg. cab, 8’ bed, (under 40K), (some dings in the body but runs good); Cub Cadet RZT 42 zero turn mower w/17 hp Kohler engine; Winpower 35/20 PT2 pto alternator on 2 wheel trailer; 6’x10’ light single axle trailer. HOUSEHOLD GOODS: Amana ref./freezer; Maytag washer & dryer; Cannon desk top copier; Sharp Twin Energy upright sweeper; 3 pc. maple BR suite w/standard bed, dresser, & night stand; 3 pc. BR suite w/4 poster standard bed, dbl. dresser, & chest of drawers; DR ext. table w/6 chairs; brown upholstered davenport w/recliner on both ends; matching recliner; pr. of upholstered arm chairs; wooden rocker; side x side 2 pc. maple hutch; Oak C-Roll top desk; end tables; wall clock w/West German movement; old wall regulator clock (electrified); plaid davenport; older dinette table w/4 chairs; lots of misc. wooden chairs; wooden theater seats; picture frames; silverware; fully stocked kitchen w/pots & pans, small appliances, etc.; lots of bedding; throws; table linens; 4 drawer file cabinet. DOLL & CRAFT SUPPLIES + COLLECTIBLES: Verena made porcelain dolls and there are a lot of doll parts to sell including Lee Middleton accessories (Wigs, Clothes, Shoes, Body parts; some ceramic doll molds; Collection of Boyd “Yesterday’s Child & Jan Hagara figurines; Shirley Temple collectibles; cups & saucers; complete set of Smucker plates from ’72 – ’07; Daily Record dishes; other collectible plates; bells; Tole painting pattern & instruction books; wooden décor blanks for painting; some paint; some Avon; sheet music & piano books; oil lamp; Christmas & other holiday décor.; new greeting cards; books; baskets; LP record albums. TOOLS & PRIMITIVES: Metal DeKalb seed corn sign; grain cradle; fodder shock tie; old food grinders; stuffers; foot adz; shoe lath; blow torches; cherry pitter; apple peeler; hay knife; corn jabbers; oil cans; other primitive tools; sleds; Bench mtd. metal lathe; Rockwell/Delta band saw; bench grinder; bench mtd. drill press; hand & power tools; work bench w/storage; 4 – 6 drawer wooden storage cabinets; metal shelves; insulation blower; floor jack; Rheem propane 65 gal. hot water heater w/power vent (never installed). NOTE: A fair amount of volume as you might expect if you knew Dean & Verena. We will start at 10:00 in the tent w/household and smalls (bring a chair). The furniture and appliances will follow the items in the tent. At approx. 10:30 we will start a second crew on the primitives and tools. The pickup, alternator, mower, and trailer will sell at 1:00 PM. Auction By Order Of: David L. Bricker & Gloria Yoh, Trustees DEAN BRICKER TRUST, OWNER Auction Conducted By:

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FOR SALE. K.D. lumber: 4/4 prime qtr. sawn w.o., $2.50. 4/4 1-com. qtr. sawn w.o., $1.90. 4/4 rustic qtr sawn w.o., $1.30. 4/4 rustic hickory, 95¢. 4/4 prime poplar, $1.05. 4/4 prime brown maple, $1.35. 4/4 1-com brown maple, 90¢., 4/4 wormy maple $.75, 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¢. 4/4 prime red oak, $1.45. 4/4 prime pa red oak, $1.55. 8 mi. S. of Millersburg. Mullet Run Lumber, (330) 893-4085. NEW PFAFF Sewing & Embroidery Machines and Sergers for sale. Available at Lackman's Sewing Center, Apple Creek, OH 330-698-3060. FOR SALE: Western saddle, $100 OBO. 330-852-3173

Miscellaneous Merch.

 FOR SALE: Like New Open Buggy. New shafts, paint, dash, LED lights, blinker, fiberglass seat with hole in back, hydraulic brakes, $2,000/obo. Also, 25 HP Johnson Motor long shaft. Aden Stutzman. 8086 Weaver Rd. Fredericksburg, Ohio.  GOOD USED Schrocks Top Buggy, Lights, Turning signals, Hydraulic brakes. 330-852-4994  FOR SALE: Display units: finished wood 97" L., 32"W, 28 1/4H table top. Metal rod, 2 stair step, 2 painted wood, and 2 night light displays, 2 2x4 shelving units. Plastic totes. Mary Troyer 330-600-2229


Location: 4127 TR 221 Big Prairie OH 44611. GPS Coordinates: 40.531806,-82.083248 Directions: From SR 39 West of Millersburg & West Holmes High School take CR 51 south 4.4 miles to TR 221, turn northwest ½ mile to property. From Killbuck & SR 62 take SR 520 northwest 7 miles towards Glenmont, take CR 51 north ¾ mile to TR 221 and the property.

Tuesday July 30th, 2013 6:00 PM *10.04 Acres * Knox Township * Holmes County * Log Cabin * Bank Barn * Beautiful Serene Setting * Creek * Privacy with Peace & Tranquility * 400+ Briar Hill Stone * Landscaping Stone * Open House: Thursday July 18th – 5:00 to 7:00 PM

A truly remarkable one of a kind property that offers the quietness of nature from the hustle & bustle of life! Log cabin, currently used as a permanent residence, has a kitchen, living room with large stone fireplace, full bath and a large bedroom on 2nd floor along with a large front porch overlooking the valley & creek, side screened in porch and a full basement. Other improvements include a century bank barn with new foundation wall, corn crib/garage, and a spring house. Utilities include 2 water wells, septic, propane forced air heat, wood burner fireplace, and electric. The land features luscious valley views, creek, fenced in pasture areas, and the privacy you desire with rural country property. Words really can’t describe this setting in the country so join us for the open house and auction to really experience this property for yourself! Also being offered directly following the real estate is over 400 briar hill stones and a large pile of landscaping stones including some cut sandstone. Terms: 10% nonrefundable down payment day of sale with the balance due at closing in approximately 45 days; possession at closing. No Contingencies. Any desired inspections must be completed prior to bidding. Mineral rights have been withheld by a previous owner. Payment in full day of sale for all stone. Buyer will have 45 days to remove the stone. Legal: Parcel #1100182001 located in Knox Township of Holmes County and the West Holmes Local School District. Taxes per half year are: $866.32. Auction by order of: Merlin & Bonnie Kaufman

(330)264-8342 4939 MILLBROOK RD. WOOSTER, OHIO 44691

AUCTIONEERS- Dave Acker, Nick DeFelice, Paul Emerson

Assisting Auctioneers Mark Bachus & Bob Graber


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FOR SALE: T14 Martin Houses in pine, cedar, redwood or vinyl, also Starling traps. Wildcat Wood Crafts (330) 897-7403 (8) FARROWING Crates, with feeders & waters, Also coated flooring, and nursery coated flooring. $200 for all. (330) 897-1437


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FOR SALE: 2 1/2 YEAR old Beagle, Male. Runs his own rabbits. $65. Call after 6. 330-988-4794. FOR SALE: YorkiePoo, 2 females, 1 male, 11 wks old, 1 Yorkie, 16mo old. (330) 749-2407 FOR SALE: Cur Blue Heeler Cross Puppies. 10 weeks old. Will make good farm dogs. 330-674-9924

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KENNEL CAGES for sale, (1) section 20'x3'x2', (9) whelping units--can be split, waterers & feeders included; Also 13'x4' wash down material. $1500/obo for all. Call (330) 852-7094†x3. FOR SALE: 2 yr old Havenese male, Proven breeder. $300 Also older Havenese female, still good to raise pups. $100. (330) 264-2647

Musical Instruments 4 YORKIE FEMALES for sale. 1- Bred 6 WANTED: YORKIES, Shih Tzus, Maltese,

FOR SALE: Yamaha keyboard with 62 keys, stand, book rack & electric cord, like new, works great! $450/obo. (330) 567-0063.


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GERMAN SHEPHERD puppies. AKC, Black and tan. Parents on premises. Shots and wormed. Born 6-23. $500. (330) 674-1400.  FOR SALE: 6'x16' dog kennels, partitions for 10 pens with 1x2 vinyl coated wiring 3 whelping kennels with 5 pens set up for electric heat. USDA Inspection. Paul J. Miller 8308 T.R. 656 Fredericksburg, OH 44627 TWO CHIHAUHAU Puppies, 8 wks old, $250. (330) 472-2613  BORDER COLLIE: female for sale. 1 yr. old. Nice farm dog. 330-279-3409 ext. 1  FOR SALE: Black/Tan coonhounds, 11 wks old, shots, everything. Also, Redtick. For sale, Blue heeler. Toy terrier for sale, Shots, everything, would make good pets. (330) 600-9357. FOR SALE: 10x10 Chain Link Dog Kennel, Leroy Miller (330) 601-4857 7 WK old beagle puppies. Out of good hunting stock. 330-695-9862 AKC YORKIE Female, 10 wks old, All shots & wormed. (330) 893-1132 FOR SALE: 3 Cocker Spaniel puppies, 2 female, 1 male. DOB 05-31-13, Ready to go 7-26. $400. (740) 622-4059.

year old ACA. 1- 6 year old with 1 female puppy ACA. 1- 7 year old ACA and AKC. 1- 3 year old Grade. Package for $1,200. (330) 359-0937. FOR SALE: 1-1/2 yr. old male Morkie; 2 yr. old, tiny, female Maltese. Call 330-279-3100 vm. THREE 3 YR OLD Bulldog cross, females. Good mothers, $400 each or $1,050 for them all. (330) 893-4157 TOY POODLE puppies. Red Male, 7 mo old, and 2 pups, 8 wks old. 1 Black female, 1 black and red phantom male. (330) 276-5613. FOR SALE: (3) 11 mo. old ACA Yorkie females; (1) 13 mo. old ACA Yorkie male, proven. (330) 893-1916 FOR SALE: 1 yr old Male Beagle, Runs his own rabbits. $85 Andrew Miller Jr. (330) 852-4640 6 YEAR OLD Walker female. Runs and trees, PKC Reg. $600. (330) 852-3070 ext.3 FOUR AKC Registered Chocolate Lab pups. 2 males, 2 females. DOB: 05-21-13. $400 each. (330) 763-1581.  FOR SALE: 2 AKC and 2 ACA Yorkie females, proven breeders. 1 grade Yorkie female. 1 AKC Yorkie female. Pet only, $200. 3 AKC Havanese females, proven breeders. 330-695-9856 V.M .  AUSTRAILIAN SHEPHERD Puppies. 2 litters to choose from. MERLES and SOLIDS. Come pick yours out, will hold with down payment. Ready first of August. 330-674-0889. 

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FOR SALE: 8 wk old Beagle pups. 4 males, 1 female. $100. (330) 897-2909 x1.

FOR SALE: 2 & 3 yr. old PUGGLE adult females, good mothers. 330-674-0799 ext. 1.

2 10x10 CHAIN LINK dog kennels. $100. 6 3x2 Dog kennels, $150. (330) 695-9310

FOR SALE: 4 mo old Cavalier Female, Pet only. $40 OBO. Andy Miller, (330) 695-2506† Ext. 2

 AKC NEWFOUNDLAND female. Black, 5 mo old. $600. 5 ACA Bichon female pups, born 6-02-13. Good Quality breeding stock $400 each. Taking deposits, Ready first of August. (330) 893-3638.

FOR SALE: 2 year old Jack Russel Terrier. Good watch dog, $75 OBO. 330-852-2902

REDBONE Coon Hound, 3 yr old Female, 4yr old Male, Good Coon Hunters, Don't have time to hunt them. $350 ea. OBO. (330) 674-0520

$5 KITTENS (330) 695-3892 or 330-749-8378.

FOR SALE: Giant Flemish Bunnies, white & gray, 6 wks. old. (330) 893-3729

FOR SALE: Border Collie mix puppies. Mostly resembling Border Collie. Toy Fox Terrier male and female. Also, Toy Fox Terrier mix puppies. Martin Erb 6964 C.R. 407 Millersburg, OH Ph. 330-674-9451 ext. 3

UNIQUE MALE AKC Bernese Mountain Dog with limited registration. $800. Born 6/19. Can go home August 12th. Call 740-673-5259. LAB & Pit Bull Cross, 1-1/2 yr old Female, Makes a nice pet. She is very quiet & tame, $75 OBO. (330) 674-0520 FOR SALE: 10 WK OLD Chihuahua, male. Shots and wormed, $250. Long haired coronet guinea pigs. $8.00 (330) 359-5868.


LAB/German shepherd puppies, 2 black females, born May 15, 2013, 1 has brown markings, $40ea. 330-359-5297. FOR SALE: A Proven Cocker Spaniel, male. 2 years old. ACA Papers. (330) 897-8019†x2 FOR SALE: Older, Black and Tan, Female German Shepherd. $150. (330) 674-2467.

NOTICE DOG BREEDERS! Raber Kennels has been sold to New Bedford Elevator. Our last day open will be July 24, Will open for business at New Bedford Elevator, 33906 ST RT 643, Baltic, 43804, on August 1st. 330-897-6492 They look forward to serve you for all your kennel needs. We, at Raber Kennel, wish to thank all of our customers for the years we were in business.

KENNEL SELLOUT! Priced to sell. 1 Maltese male, 1 Maltese ShiTzu female, 1 Shitzu female, 1 Yorkie male, 2 Yorkie females-1 bred, 1 Puggle female; Also, whelping unit & 2 hanging-type units. (330) 893-3870

FOR SALE: FOX TERRIER female. Brown & white, 3 yr. old. Call 330-893-2521

WANTED: POODLE male, 10 lbs or larger. (330) 897-8019†x2

AKC CHOCOLATE Lab Puppies, Vet check, Health Guarantee, (330) 674-0557 Ext 3

Tools Machinery

CYCLONE 48" Dia. 10' high. 4 yrs. old. (good cond.) 60' 8" steel pipe. Call 330-674-0889

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 COOLER COMPRESSOR with extra condenser, $1,500. Perkins 48 HP Diesel 8300 hrs, $3,200. Farmall M.Tractor, $1,500. Mark Weaver. 8685 Kaylor Rd, Dundee. 330-852-1612.

FOR SALE: 2 yr old English Bulldog, Female, Red & White, (330) 893-3640 Ext 6 FOR SALE: EMGLO portable air compressor, 5-hp Honda engine, works great, $350. 330-275-7910

NEW STAHL Utility beds. 84" cab to axle. 3 available. (614) 290-1836

FOR SALE: 14" Delta Band Saw with hydraulic motor, exc. condition. Locust Hill Woodcraft, (330) 674-2002 VM.

Wanted to Buy

WANTED: A USED Horse Drawn round bale wagon with a self loading arm. Noah H. Yoder. 6928 CR 407, Millersburg. (330) 674-1000. WANTED: USED Kitchen cabinets for basement. (330) 674-0809.

Wanted to Buy WANTED: LARGE used hard coal stove


SELF DUMPING Hoppers. 1 Yd. and 3 Yd. Also, Banding Carts and tools plastic and steel. 330-674-0889.

PERKINS 160 HORSE Diesel with clutch. Good working condition. $2,850. Eli Weaver. 7841 CR 373. Big P r a i r i e , O h i o , 44611.

ICH KAUF Trash piles & Dumps. Call me anytime @ 330-275-7980

GRIZZLY DRUM belt 24" sander. Like new, Cost over $1,700. Must sell! BEST OFFER EXCEPTED! (330) 359-0007.

WANTED: Compost shredder. Please give price and condition. Dan J. Weaver, 7490 S.R. 514, Big Prairie, Ohio 44611

TS100 NEW Holland Tractor, 2700 hrs, w/Ditch Bank Mower, $17,500. (330) 377-4190

YOU GOT SCRAP - WE GOT CASH! Pickups available. No equipment or vehicle too big for our disposal. Call anytime, 330-275-7980.

WANTED: 3-GANG Reel Mower, state price & condition. VM 330-763-1672

with hopper to heat 3000 sq. ft. home. 330-359-5942 WANTED: Gas refrigerator in good condition. Also wanted: Twin box springs & mattress in good condition. Please call (330) 567-2090. BUYING: BASKET Case Harleys, Old Tractors, Diesel Trucks, DT466, Cummins, 6.0L Powerstroke, Blown engine vehicles, Commerical trucks. (614) 290-1836. WANTED: GOOD used pony saddle. 330-763-4827 WANTED: 10HP SINGLE Phase Electric Motor. (330) 201-7770. CASH PAID for scrap, autos, trucks, farm equipment & misc. Hauled free, appliances & junk. Call (330) 749-2094.

the heart of the market

REGISTERED ACA Yellow Lab puppies. All shots and warmed. $350-$500. (330) 893-2653. Leave Message.

..Complete Real Estate and Auction Service farms homes household livestock vacant land equipment estates antiques commerical property lake property

Sugarcreek Office

New Philadelphia 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

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 11606934

Holmes County


PUGGLE Female, $75 Friendly, (330) 893-3479

WANTED: SIAMESE Male Cat, (330) 893-2095† Ext 2

WANTED: HEELER PUP or young dog. Will get good farm home. (330) 276-5613.

 BREED SELLOUT! Akc and Aca Dachshund. Ages 7 mo-7 yr. Males are proven breeders. 4 AKC-Females and 1-Male. $1,500. 5-ACA Females and 1-Male, $1,950 or all for $3,300. Junior Hershberger. 330-897-2907 ext 3.

COMPLETE KENNEL SELLOUTCavalier Maltese Yorkies (330) 695-2250 / VM.

1 WEIMERON Registered Male, Out of Good Stock, Priced to sell. Also Weimeron Female. (740) 552-1722

BUNNIES FOR SALE. Dwarf and Checker giants. 2 Male Call ducks. (330) 674-1900

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.

Tools Machinery 320

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46 — Thursday, July 11, 2013

The Holmes County Shopper News We’ll Fit Your Lifestyle

College Hills Honda

0.9% FINANCING 24-60 Months All 2013 Fit – Odyssey – Pilot – Crosstour – CRV – Ridgeline 0.9% FINANCING 24-36 Months 1.9% FINANCING 37-60 Months All 2013 Accord – Civic 0.9%


36 Month Lease


215 Mo.

$3000 Due At Signing

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

36 Month Lease



24 Month Lease

All Taxes and Fees Included



136 Mo.

$3000 Due At Signing

Special finance Rates 0.9% 24-36 Months



Due Monthly



24 Month Lease

All Taxes and Fees Included






2013 Crosstour EXL V6 AWD 36 Month Lease Mo. $3000 Due At Signing



24 Month Lease



Due Monthly




2013 Pilot EXL AWD

2013 Ridgeline RT

36 Month Lease Mo. $3000 Due At Signing

48 Month Lease Mo. $3000 Due At Signing


Special finance Rates 0.9% 24-60 Months

Special finance Rates 0.9% 24-60 Months



$3000 Due At Signing


36 Month Lease Mo. $3000 Due At Signing


All Taxes and Fees Included






Due Monthly

377 Mo.


$3000 Due At Signing

Best Value One Pay Lease – 2 Year Test Drive


Special finance Rates

0.9% 24-60 1.9% 61-72

159 Mo.


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

36 Month Lease

2013 Odyssey EXL


36 Month Lease

Best Value One Pay Lease – 2 Year Test Drive

Best Value One Pay Lease – 2 Year Test Drive


2013 Civic LX Sedan Automatic

2013 Fit Base Manual Transmission

2013 Accord CVT Sedan LX




Special finance Rates 0.9% 24-60 Months

Special finance Rates 0.9% 24-60 Months

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. All leases and finance rates for well qualified buyers approved with Honda Financial services good through 09-03-2013.

Powertrain Coverage

We’ll Fit Your Lifestyle

The Honda Certified Cars Limited Warranty extends the powertrain coverage to 7 years*/100,000 miles.

College Hills Honda Used Cars

Non-Powertrain Coverage - Within New Car Warranty


2011 CRV SE 4WD


2010 Accord LX



2010 CRV EX 4WD

2010 Civic LX Sedan


2011 CRV SE 4WD


2010 CRV LX 4WD

We Specialize in the sale of Genuine Honda Factory Certified Cars and is exclusive here only in Wooster


2010 Civic LX


The Honda Certified Cars Limited Warranty extends the nonpowertrain coverage by 1 year/12,000 miles to 4 years*/48,000 miles.


2011 Civic LX

2011 CRV EX 4WD


2011 Civic LX



2010 Odyssey EX-RES

2011 Accord SE - Leather


2011 Pilot EXL AWD


2010 Odyssey LX

Other Select Used Cars



$ 9933A


2006 Pilot EXL 4WD

$ 9987A



2002 Impala


Special of the Week



2007 F150 XLT 4X4

$ P7612A



2005 Escape XLT



2011 Fiesta SE

WE BUY $ A111A


2007 Caravan SXT

$ P7629



2004 Element EX 4WD


$ 9889A

2006 4 Runner SR5 AWD


$ P7625A

2006 Pacifica Touring


We’ll Fit Your Lifestyle

College Hills Honda SALES

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


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


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


2010 Traverse LT AWD


$ 9994A

2009 Element EX


2008 Kia Rio


4600 Cleveland Rd., Wooster, OH 44691 Phone: 330-345-5200 888-244-6632 Fax: 330-345-5769

The Holmes County Shopper News Wanted to Buy 495

Mobile Home Rentals 650

WANTED TO BUY Milk cans, Wooden crates and kegs, and old kitchenware. (330) 231-0797.

BERLIN, UTILITIES PAID. Wanted: Single Girl or Older live-in to share beautiful Berlin location home. $525/mo. All Utilities Paid. Call (330) 275-6998.


VERY NICE completely remodeled 2 BR mobile in country setting just outside Baltic, Ohio - Storage bldg., water & lawncare provided. Avail. 8/1/13, $485/mo. +$485/dep. 330-897-9045. M-Th., 8-4.

Real Estate Firms

PRIME DEVELOPMENT lot on Ray/ Broadway in New Phila. Zoned B2 Lot 164x88. Limited time only @ 95,000 or possible trade for acreage in country. Call 330-359-0270.

Home Condo For Sale

FOR SALE: 4 bdrm, 2 bath Cape Cod, full basement, CA, 13 scenic secluded acres, woods and open. In grnd pool w/ waterfall. Gazebo and pergola. 3 stall barn. $239,900. 10770 TR 67, Killbuck. 330-231-9611 FOR SALE: 5-bedroom home on 6 acres with 30x36 garage, 32x70 shop/barn. Secluded setting. Wooded & open acreage with creek and pasture. Between Mt. Eaton & Dalton. Call for details, (330) 857-6393.

NEW 4 Bed Double Wide


$04150 AD12674621 108 use

Midwest Homes ad key 1002255700 for text 740-828-2750 10076764

Land Sale Rent

FOR SALE: 1 acre with well & septic, 30x40 pole building with electric & concrete floor. Township Rd 80. Clark area. $25,000. 330-231-9611. 1.5 ACRE lot, CR 52, elec. & water at site. Last city lot. $10,000/obo. 330-231-9611.

Apartment Rentals CambridgeOhio

NICE 2BR, Downstairs Apt in Killbuck, Recently redecorated, Ideal for couple, Appl Furnished, Garage, Assist Pets only. $370/mo +Util. (330) 276-4091 MOBILE HOMES: Includes stove, refrig., w/s/t. Refs. & sec. required. Nice for 1-2 people, $400-$500. 83 South, Millersburg. Call Evenings/ (330) 674-4697


Home Condo Rentals

3 BR./1 BA, 2 story home in Ashland. Corner lot. $500 + dep. + util. No application fee. 740-645-9466. FOR RENT: 3 BR split level home on approx. 2 ac. in Eastern Holmes Co., no smoking, assist animals only, $750/mo. obo. Call for more info (330) 852-3029



BUYING FIXABLE & unused vehicles, will take junk vehicles too. Paying more than scrap price on most. 330-275-0966

NEED A BABYSITTER while you work? Please call me 330-359-0537. Winesburg/Trail area. Preferably Newborn- age 4.

6HP JOHNSON Motor, w/gas tank & hose, works good. Also, 14' Alum Jon Boat, w/Anchors (330) 674-1400 FOR SALE: Boat Motor, 2001 25 HP Mercury, $1500. 330-698-1778. Leave message for Atlee.


1999 2DR Jimmy, V6, 4WD, Clean, 2 sets of tires w/American Racer Rims, Some rust, $2,000. (330) 377-4145 FOR SALE: 1999 Durango, V8, Auto, 4WD, 3rd Row Seating, Power Everything, Needs work. $1,100. (330) 464-7147


LARGEST STOCK of Passenger Vans in Holmes County for Sale. Call or text (330) 763-3234 15-passenger XLT, **Available July 1-5/15-19 due a cancellation.** Reasonable rates, Mlbg. 330- 231-4493.




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.

YODER'S FENCE & Brush Removal. Will built all types of farm fence. 23 yrs. exp. Free Estimates. 330-763-0497



WE BUY junk cars 262-9300 CASH PAID for scrap, autos, trucks, farm equipment & misc. Hauled free, appliances & junk. Call (330) 749-2094. AMISH TAXI, short or long hauls, 2 mini vans, 80¢ a mile. 330-897-2170 or 330-390-0164.


10447 Harrison Road Apple Creek, OH 44606 Mon. & Wed. 8-8; Tues. 8-5; Fri. 8-7; Sat. 8-3 • Closed Thurs. & Sun. Phone: 330-695-2508




Call 330-641-4109

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



CENTERLINE CABINETS Re-opening under New Ownership, August 1st. Same Ohio. Factory Outlet.

FOR SALE: Oak rails for split rail fence. Qtr. Sawn R.O + W.O Lumber. Henry J.C Yoder. 330-893-3148.

Lawn & Gardening

Steel Roofing 72¢ sq. ft Manufacture 10000 AD12978168Direct 72 24 Hour Turnaround 10157426

330-674-7051 BERLIN ROOFING. Shingle, Metal, Rubber and slate, reroof, and repairs. 330-893-2518.

• Excellent cultivator • Lifetime warranty on tines


Demos & 08650 AD12337327 144 Rentals 66480 Available 4319 County Road 168 • Millersburg, OH 44654

God is Love



GORILLA PAINTING CONTRACTORSFree Exterior est! Call for Summer Specials. See us on Facebook. 330 231-3541

COUNTRY COMFORT Hauling. Now taking New Customers for weekly work routes, and timber routes. Also, booking fishing and hunting trips. I have a boat and a camper. Reasonable Rates! (330) 473-5782. Jamey. COURTESY TRANSPORT 12-pass. van, long distance travel special, schedule any trip by July 31 & pay only 85¢ per mi. Call Dave today 330-749-9521 to reserve your date.

Top Soil

TOP SOIL, TOP SOIL, TOP SOIL. $5 per ton. 3 mi S.W of Clark. (330) 674-0356 ext.3


Tree Service

NEW LEAF TREE SERVICE: 330-231-9711 Tree removal, trimming, pruning, lot clearing etc. Fully insured

Taxi Limo Shuttle 1130

CAR/MINI VAN/PICKUP AVAILABLE for Taxi Service! Located 5 mi. W. of Millersburg. Reasonable rates! Call for more information: 330-600-2890.


Place an ad in the Shopper classifieds and turn your junk into treasure.

Roofing & Spouting 1055



Building Materials Free computer land Design. Envisions.

Landscaping 1000

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



Mobile Home Rentals low prices. 8494 E, Lincoln Way, Orrville,

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


done. Dependable, Experienced, and Very Good. Has own transportation. Call 330-275-6998.


FOR SALE: 2002 Honda Odessy, Runs Great, Cean, 151K Miles. (330) 852-4804



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


2004 NISSAN Quest. Leather, Bose Stereo System, DVD, 6 Disc Cd Changer, Sunroof, Heated seats, A/C. $6,500/obo. 158,000 highway mi. 330-243-1410.

Avid Series Spinning Rod

Reg. $199

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


$25 GIFT CARD w/Any Purchase of


'95 BLAZER, New Transmission, 4WD does not work. Runs. $1,000. 330-201-4098



Covert MP6


Trucks SUVs cleaning for you, and anything you want

2003 CHEVROLET Silverado CL500 LS Ext. Cab. 1 - owner, runs great, needs front tires. Reese tow package. 330-466-7017

w/Any Trail Cam Purchase More Camera Models In-Stock





Cuddleback Ambush Black Flash

12' aluminum boat, no trailer, $275, or trade for canoe. (330) 473-2369. WANTED: ALUMINUM JON boat. 12-14' preferred without motor. Give price and condition. (330) 897-0343 ext.1.

FREE Bucket of


Child Care Service

Boats 695

Duplex Rentals VAN AVAILABLE for rent. 2008 Ford

1 BR duplex in Shreve - modern, cute & very clean, w/d, refrig. & stove incl'd, $400 +utils 330-466-6351


BUILDING A NEW HOME or remodelling? We have quality constructed solid maple cabinets in an ample variety of finishes and styles at a competitive price. Willow Springs Cabinet 31479 TR 231, Fresno, OH 43824. 330-897-0099

1992 Toyota Camry 4dr $1,500 OBO 330-930- 0026 if no answer, leave message.


Receive One

Cabinet Making

Mobile Home $2,900. (330) 893-3610. For Sale

FOR SALE: Nice 3br, 2ba, Mobile Home in Millersburg, 16x80, All major appl included. $21,500 (330) 473-3914


2002 CHEVY CAVALIER. 2 door, V4, Clean but some rest. 85,000 mi. $4,200. (330) 359-5143.


July 12th - 20th

1981 16' BASS Tracker Boat. 40 HP Motor, Loaded, Very good condition,




VINYL WINDOWS AND DOORS with composite jamb, new construction & replacement with heavy duty aluminum screen. Free estimates. We Install. Hillside Windows, 1951 TR 152, Baltic, OH 43804. (330) 897-1222 ext 3.




Building Materials



Thursday, July 11, 2013 — 47


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

48 — Thursday, July 11, 2013

The Holmes County Shopper News

All These Vehicles Must Sell! 01 Pontiac Grand Prix

99 Chevy Express

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


Cargo Van, Power Windows & Locks, Alloy Wheels, Air.


98 Dodge 1/2 Ton Crew 4x4 SLT



Tilt Wheel, Cruise Control, Air, Alloy Wheels, Tow Package.



06 Ford Taurus SE

Power Windows & Locks, Tilt Wheel, Cruise Control, Alloy Wheels, CD Stereo, Air.



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






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



07 GMC 1/2 Ton Crew 2WD SLE

Only 39,000 Miles! Power Windows & Locks, Running Boards, Bed Cover, CD Stereo, Air, 1 Owner.



08 Dodge 1/2 Ton Crew 4x4

Only 40,000 Miles! Power Windows, Running Boards, Bedliner, CD Stereo



08 Chevy Tahoe LTZ 4x4

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



08 Chevy Equinox

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

07 Chevy Tahoe LTZ 4x4

11 Chevy Traverse LT AWD


07 Saturn Outlook AWD

06 Jeep Commander 4x4

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



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

05 Chevy 1/2 Ton Ext LS




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


Power Seats, Roof Rack, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air, Tow Package.



Heated Power Leather, Power Sunroof, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air, XM Radio.



02 GMC Envoy XL SLE 4x4

05 Cadillac CTS

Tilt Wheel, CD Stereo, Air, XM Radio.




09 Chevy Cobalt

Tilt Wheel, Air, Tow Package.


Power Seat, Power Windows & Locks, Running Boards, CD Stereo, Sunroof, Alloy Wheels, Tow Package.


Power Sunroof, Heated Leather Seats, 6-CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels.

07 GMC 1/2 Ton Reg 4x4


04 Chevy Trailblazer 4x4 LT

05 Chrysler PT Cruiser

04 Chevy 1/2 Ton Reg 4x4




01 Chevy 1/2 Ton Reg 4x4 WT

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

Tilt Wheel, Alloy Wheels, Air, Tow Package.

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




91 Chevy 3/4 Ton 4x4

98 Chevy Lumina

09 Chevy Tahoe LTZ

Power Seat, Sunroof, TV/DVD, Heated Leather, Alloy Wheels, Air



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



Sale good through July 25, 2013

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

Pat Kaiser

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

Travis McQueen

Joseph Jun

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Holmes County Hub Shopper, July 11, 2013  

Holmes County Hub Shopper is a weekly newspaper covering events in and around Holmes County, Ohio.