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Sept. 12-18, 2013: Vol. 12, No. 22; • 1-888-323-1662 • Fax 330-264-1132 •

Calendar September

Holmes County Home Fall Auction Two-day event benefits residents, provides for needs not funded by budget

Holmes Humane Society to meet tonight

By KELLEY MOHR Staff Writer HOLMESVILLE — The 42nd annual Holmes County Home Fall Holmes County Benefit Auction will be Humane Society will held Saturday, Sept. 21, meet on Thursday, Sept. to raise money for the 12 at the Life Center i.n residents at the Holmes Millersburg. County Home. The Holmes County Schramm to Home is an assisted living facility that provides care speak at tonight’s for county residents with medical needs who may Liberty Coalition be low income or indimeeting gent. While the home is supported by a levy, revDr. Peter W. Schramm enue is limited to those will be the guest speaker funds and those the resifor the Thursday, Sept. 12 dents can provide — the meeting of the Holmes home received no state County Liberty Coalition. or federal funding and is Schramm is a Senior Felnot funded through the low, Director of the Ashcounty’s general fund. brook Scholar Program at “There is only so much the Ashbrook Center and our budget can hold. a Professor of Political This allows us to make Science at Ashland Unithe environment safe versity. Prior to his work and pleasing for the resiat Ashland, he served in dents,” explained Holmthe Reagan Administraes County Home Supertion as the Director of the intendent Leslee Mast. Center for International All auction funds go Education in the United into the Holmes County States Department of Submitted photo Home’s auxiliary fund, Education. Before enterThe 42nd annual Holmes County Home Fall Benefit Auction will be held Saturday, Sept. 21, to raise which are than used to money for the residents at the Holmes County Home. ing government service, fund needs for the home. Dr. Schramm was the “It might be a repair in included a renovated mas gifts for the residents than 50 handmade quilts, ment. Beginning at 5:30 President of the Clarecrafts, ponies and carts, p.m., the menu includes nty, such as floor- laundry room and kitch- and much more. rrahome, the mont Institute for the Wa Aid ng ari ca’s Best He Ameriof en, new furniture for the The auction — which lawn furniture, grand- fish, fries, kettle stew, hot ! ing or updated equipStudy Statesmanship ide with service nationw dayroom and new beds will take place in two father clocks and high- dogs, kettle corn, fry pies ment, or a need for a and Political Philosophy, & e vic Ser for the residents. rings — has supported quality furniture. and drinks. resident in Claremont, Calif. Repair such as clothingde in your current hearing devices Tra The funds have been this cause for the past 42 But don't wait until SatVolleyball begins at or something not covHe earned his Ph.D. ur yo 50 % ofyears. Cleanings & toflooring, up used to replace urday to join the fun. The 6:30 p.m. ive ce re d for their medicine,” in government from the * ered an Adjustments new notable auction two-day event begins “If you are interested update rch security door off a Some explained Mast. Claremont Graduate e price as l pu the origina system, purchase birth- esitems include a silver on Friday with a fish fry ply ofpast few years, Supthe In ! devic maple ingChristital hearand digpresents collection, more and volleyball tournaBatteriesprojects have See Pg. 12 — CALENDAR See Pg. 4 — HOME set ofday larger

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Holmes County bookmobile schedule Monday — Winesburg Apple Hill School, 12:45- Heinis, 2:15-2:45 p.m.; Elementary, 9:30 a.m.- 1:30 p.m.; East Fairview 2 p.m.; Kurtz Township School, 1:45-2:45 p.m.; See Pg. 4 — SCHEDULE Road 606, 2:15-3 p.m.; South Bunker Hill School, Holmes County Hub Shopper 1:15-2 p.m.; Winesburg Copyright 2013, The Holmes County Hub Shopper Public, 2:30-6:30 p.m. Tuesday — Valley View P.O. Box 151 wood, 1:30-2 p.m.; Brush Millersburg, Ohio 44654 Run School, 2:15-3:15 p.m.; Farmerstown, 4-6:45 The Local News Source for Holmes County p.m. Wednesday — East Andrew S. Dix, publisher; Lance White, managing editor; Valley School, 9:30Rhonda Geer, advertising director 10:30 a.m.; West Beidler Call 330-264-1125 or email:, or School, 10:45-11:45 a.m.; THE BARGAIN SHED

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Groceries • Veggies • Baked Goods Bent & Dent

Home course breakfast. Then we have a huge bake sale,” in entering a team for said Hershberger. volleyball, call 330-473During this time, live 3665,” said auction com- entertainment will be mittee chairman Aden provided by church group Hershberger. singing until the live aucOn Saturday, auction- tions begin. goers can enjoy a full “It's a nice way to course breakfast from open up the day and get 7-10 a.m. and participate people's hearts ready to in silent auction No. 1 give,” explained Hershfrom 8-10 a.m. A bake berger. sale will begin at 8 a.m. Auction items are and last until sell out. donated by individuals “We start out with a full and businesses in Holmes (Continued From Page 1)

and surrounding counties. All labor before, during and after the auction is done on a volunteer-basis. “The donors and volunteers are very generous and we really appreciate that,” Hershberger said. The bidding kicks off with the Furniture Auction at 9 a.m., which includes a large selection of quality, locally made oak, cherry and other wood furniture. “We have anything you could dream of as far as furniture,” said Hershberger. This includes items

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We will get concord grapes on 9-17-13 be sure to order

The quilt auction, beginning at 1:30 p.m. at the Holmes County Home Fall Auction, will feature more than 50 handmade quilts. New Hours: Mon., Tue., Wed. 8-5 • Closed Thursday Fri. 8-7 • Sat. 8-5

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such as a 54-inch roll top The miscellaneous auc- thing from 12-volt batteroak desk with hutch and tion will begin at 9:30 a.m. ies to a 148-piece crescent matching office chair or a in the second ring. See Pg. 7 — HOME 56-inch oak roll top desk. Items include every-

Schedule noon; Hopeview Subdivision, 1-1:45 p.m.; East Nature’s Food Market, Salt Creek School, 2-3 3-6 p.m. p.m.; Killbuck Public, 3-6 Thursday — East Plains p.m. School, 9:30-10:30 a.m.; Friday — Shady HolAshery School, 11 a.m.- low School, 9:45-11 (Continued From Page 3)

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a.m.; Bowman Harness, County Road 77 and 629, 11:30 a.m.-12:15 p.m.; Holmes County Home, 1:30-2:30 p.m.; Greenridge Meadows, 2:45-3:15 p.m.

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Community A rookie and a veteran hair stylist turn out a good cut One of the things I dreaded most about moving to South Carolina (or anywhere) was the necessity to find a new hair stylist. It’s not that I do anything fancy with it — just require a good haircut every three months or so – but it can be traumatic. About two weeks after we got settled in The Man of the House was making noises about us getting our South Carolina driver’s licenses — even though we have 90 days. I informed him I wasn’t going anywhere for a photo until after I had my hair cut. That is how I ended up at Super Cuts in Goose Creek, one of those walkin/no appointment places near where we do almost

daily shopping. I sauntered in and announced that I was desperate for a hair cut. A very thin, sad looking young gal took my name and asked me to sit down and wait my turn. While waiting I struck up an informative conversation with a woman with dyed black hair, and a nice cut. She assured me she had been there many times and the plump older woman did an excellent job. Unfortunately, timing gave me the thin young

woman. She admitted she’d just graduated from beauty school and this was her first job. In fact, she had just started working there two weeks before. She was obviously very nervous and, needless to say, so was I after that bit of news. She asked exactly what I wanted done and said she wanted me to leave happy. We agreed on that point. She very precisely and slowly followed my instructions. When she got to the back of my hair, she was unsure of how to layer it so asked the older woman for help. And that is how I ended up with a very good hair cut in spite of my doubts and fears. As for this girl’s personal life — it was a

mess. She told me there were three girls in the family — each having a different father. She was driving her mother’s car because her mom had lost her license and, after getting caught driving on a suspended license and given a $600 fine, had agreed to let the daughter be her chauffeur. Plus my gal had a 3-year-old son without benefit of a husband. And here I always thought the customer was the one to tell her sob story to the hair dresser. Since the haircut was a success, making it not necessary for me to wait several weeks for my hair to grow out, we ventured out to take care of our vehicles and licenses. First, it is

Church notes Mast to speak about modern-day miracle, click on “Other Concerts” and scroll to poster with directions, or call 330447-4339. Next month, Oct. 19, 4 p.m. (at Faith Baptist Church in Wilmot), the Pearly Gates and the Babbs will sing.

required you register your car with the state within 45 days of moving in. Personal property tax is collected annually on vehicles based on their fair market value. (Real estate taxes are fairly low, however.) It cost a whopping $475.79 to get a little blue piece of paper to take up the road to the SC Department of Motor Vehicles for the actual license plate — only one for the rear of the car. Next was the experience at the DMV. You line up and are confronted by a small grouchy-looking woman in a glass cage. You show her your passport or birth certificate, social security card and some proof of residence

such as a utility bill with your name on it. She hands you a number and a lot of paper work. You get a clip board, sit down and try to fill out the papers — all the while listening for your number to be called. When your number is called you present yourself and all your papers to one of 10 or so people behind a long counter. The woman who helped me was very nice and I passed my eye test with flying colors. Even the photo on my new license is not too bad. Unfortunately, The Man of the House had to go back the next day with his prescription glasses on so he could read the eye chart.

Briefs Faith-based weight program begins

Glenmont Food Pantry seeking donations

that is not a possibility, cash donations are welcomed to cover the cost of butchering and wrapOn Sunday, Sept. 15, Moorehead A faith-based weight program ping. Mennonite Church will host the will be held at Nashville Church The Glenmont Food For more informaJimmy Mast family during the worof Christ, 13457 State Route 39, on ship service at 10 a.m. Mast will be Wednesdays at 7 p.m. for the First Pantry is fast approach- tion, contact Rev. Lance ing the first anniversary 330-377-5025 or send sharing about the miracle his wife Place 4 Health program. 1 received from God. The church is 3 ⁄2 Pig roast is Sept. 21 The weekly support group will of its opening. It has donations to: Glenmont miles west of Holmesville on County at Camp Buckeye follow a 12-week curriculum that is been able to meet the Food Pantry, P.O. Box Road 329 and all are welcome to hear centered around achieving balance needs of the community, 282, Glenmont, Ohio Camp Buckeye Retreat Center in four essential areas of their lives: but once again needs 44628 about this modern-day miracle. is holding its annual pig roast on emotional, spiritual, mental and support. Primarily meat and or Saturday, Sept. 21 from 4-7 p.m. physical. First Place 4 Health encourDonations needed Southern Gospel Enjoy a delicious meal to help sup- ages members to adopt practical cash donations are needed. for Wolf Creek port  our camping ministry. Din- disciplines in all four areas. These singing is Sept. 21 Canned goods can be ner includes roasted pork, mashed include regular attendance and felOn Saturday, Sept. 21, beginning potatoes, sauerkraut, dessert and a lowship (emotional); prayer, Scrip- purchased for pennies on Cemetery at 4 p.m., there will be a great after- beverage. Wolf Creek Pleasant ture reading and Bible study (spiri- the pound which makes noon of Southern Gospel singing There will be door prizes and an tual); Scripture memory and keeping it more affordable than Valley Cemetery is now featuring three groups: The Song- opportunity for fellowship and lto a food record (mental); and eating purchasing retail, but any accepting donations to sters, Tom Smith, and Four By earn more about what Camp Buck- well and exercising (physical). First non-perishable foods are pay for mowing of the Grace. This will take place at the eye  has to offer. Check the web- Place 4 Health helps members learn accepted. cemetery grounds. Any With fall approaching, amount appreciated. Call Levi Brenner farm at 3575 Muffly site for silent auction items.  Camp how to be victorious over past eating Ave. SW, Massillon. Take a lawn Buckeye is at 10055 Camp Road patterns and how to commit their if you are a hunter or Robert L. Croskey, 330chair; concessions will be available. NW, Beach City. Suggested dona- minds and, ultimately, their bodies farmer and would like to 276-3322. donate venison or butchThere is no admission charge, but tion is $15 (10 and younger $5). For to God. Donations may be sent to a love offering will be taken. The more information call 330-756-2380 For more information and to ered farm animals, any Croskey at 12049 U.S. 62, sing is a ministry of Faith Bap- or email RSVP, contact Renne Spencer at State certified butchered Killbuck 44637 or Lilian tist Church in Wilmot. For direc- The web site is www.campbuckeye. 330-465-5776 or reneespencer100@ product would be great- Duncan, P.O. Box 284 Killly appreciated. Even if buck 44637. tions or more information go to org.

Club notes TOPS Sugarcreek TOPS 1243 Sugarcreek met on Sept. 5 at the United Methodist Church with 12 members weighing in with a weight loss of 3 pounds. Members also recited TOPS & KOPS pledges along with the Pledge of Allegiance. Best rededicated weight

loss winner for the week in TOPS was Chris Ross. Ada Troyer was the best KOPS. Forbidden for the week is drinking your calories and the thing to do is to eat a good breakfast. Ada Troyer was recognized for attending meetings six weeks in a row. Leader Verna Yoder gave a short meeting on

10 ways to get your family moving. Members were reminded there will be no meeting Sept. 26 because of the Swiss Festival. TOPS is a non-profit weight loss support group that meets on Thursdays with weigh-ins beginning at 6:30 p.m. followed by a short meeting at 7 p.m. For more information call 330-897-6007.

Stepping Stones Mothers League

were installed by district president, Elaine Forry. Program booklets were New officers were also passed out to members. The upcoming state coninstalled when Stepping Stones Mothers League vention was discussed. It met Sept. 5 at the home of will be held at the Carlisle Jan Lemon. They are co- Inn, Sugarcreek on Nov. 1 presidents, Carol Jameson and 2. Kim Jacobs reportand Joy Stallman; vice ed on the alumni banquet president, Janice Corfman; that was held in June, and secretary, Jean Slutz; and the club will hold a fundtreasurer, Jan Lemon. They raiser selling Lem’s piz-

zas, with 100 percent of the proceeds going back to the community.

Holmes County Women’s Club The group met Aug. 27 at Carlisle Inn in Walnut Creek with 30 members present. See Pg. 12 — CLUB

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The Holmes County Hub Shopper HAROLD’S EQUIPMENT Sales • Service • Parts Harold Neuenschwander 2120 Co. Rd. 168, Dundee Ph. 893-2348

The Parts Place of Millersburg, Inc.

• Automotive Parts • Machine Shop • Paint & Supplies 980 S. Washington St., Millersburg, OH


FAITH VIEWbooks BOOKS, MUSIC, FAMILY DVD’s, CANDLES, BOXED CARDS & MORE. Mon. - Fri. 8-5 • Sat. - 8-3 • 330-674-0684

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Ashland Oil Bulk Plant Randy Wengerd, Rian Wengerd, Agents Co. Rd. 623 - Millersburg Phone 674-2096 • 674-6826

Jim, Ron, Jamie, Tiffany & Jake St. Rt. 39 W. Millersburg 330-674-4811



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

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

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FINNEY’S MARATHON AAA 24 Hour Towing Service 11069 St. Rt. 39 - Millersburg Ph. 674-7338

CHESTNUT RIDGE SEWING JIM BARNHART’S 3647 State Route 39 - Located 3 mi. E. of Berlin just off St. Rt. 39 Across from Chestnut Ridge School

330-893-3359 Mon - Fri. 9am - 5pm (later Tues by appt.) Sat. 9am - 3pm


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Bookworms , LLC & Christian Homestead Bookstore Annex 6139 SR 39 • Millersburg

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New & Used Tires Rotation & Repair Brake Service • Batteries

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

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

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urthmann Restaurant “Where the Locals Eat” Open Daily 5:30am-8pm; Closed Sunday Daily Specials - Homemade Pie 4819 E. Main St. • Berlin • 330-893-3287



Gazebos • Patio Furniture Pergolas • Arbors • Bridges The Best of Home Cooking Since 1938

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

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5456 CR 120 (S. Market St.) Berlin Owned and operated by East Holmes Veterinary Clinic

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Thursday, September 12, 2013 — 7

Groceries • Veggies • Baked Goods Bent & Dent

Home (Continued From Page 4)

“The donors and volunteers are very generous and we really appreciate that.” Aden Hershberger, auction committee chairman

2495 CR 168 (Near Trail)


Mon. 8-7: Tues.-Fri. 8-5: Sat. 8-3

Name Brand Bent & Dent Grocery Pampers • Paper Products Laundry Detergent Toothpaste • Shampoo Body Wash and Much More!

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Buggies will be offered to the highest bidder at the benefit auction for the Holmes County Home. or to donate, call the Holmes County Home at 330-279-2801 or Aden Hershberger at 330-4733665. Reporter Kelley Mohr can be reached at 330674-5676 or




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

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tion will feature more than 50 handmade quilts including patterns such as Trip Around the Star, Broken Star Log Cabin, Triple Irish Chain, Alabama Star, Log Cabin, Attic Treasure, Mariner Star, Country Sampler, Wagon Wheel and many more designs and styles. For the children, a kids’ auction will be held at 2 p.m. “The auctioneering is actually done by the little kids with a real auctioneer to help them along. The kids also do their own bidding. Believe me, it’s funny,” said Hershberger. The kids’ auction has doubled in size since last year. For more information


with a 6-foot by 16-foot porch and 8-foot loft, a corn hole game featuring the Holmes County Home logo, an oak toy chest engraved with the Holmes County Home logo and miscellaneous food products, as well as a Honda 2000 generator on a cart, engraved items and a boom truck load of firewood logs. “If anyone is interested in donating items for the auction, we’d be glad to pick them up,” said Hershberger. Following the specialty items auction, lawn furniture will be next at 1:30 p.m., followed by barns, gazebos, play sets, horses, ponies and buggies. Also at 1:30 p.m., the quilt auc-


tool set and cast iron mail box, as well as bicycles, bird feeders and more. At 10 a.m., a full course meal of barbecued chicken, noodles, baked beans, potato salad, fruit, pie, homemade ice cream, soft pretzels, sausage sandwiches, hot dogs and kettle corn will be served. Silent auction No. 2 will run from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. At noon, specialty items will sell in the main auction ring. This year, the big item is a 24-foot by 32-foot by 9-foot post frame building with a 4-foot overhang. It includes a 36-inch entrance door, two 9x8-foot garage doors, four windows, the buyer's choice of color on steel siding and roof and 4-inch finished concrete constructed on the buyer's level site within six months of the auction date. Other specialty items include a 16-foot by 18-foot hunting cabin

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made arts and crafts from Coshocton County. Featured artists are Doug Anderson, fired glasswork, Todd Malenke, sculpture, Megan Lightell, painting, Whitewoman Pottery, ceramics, Mary-Louise Newell, quilts, Donna Sadler, wool appliqué. Examples of the six featured artists’ work will be installed in the lobby of the Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum, the Visitor Center of Historic Roscoe Village, Commonwealth Americana, Roscoe General Store, The Village

Pantry, and River Ridge Leather. The works on display represent a wide range of media: quilts, painting, fired glasswork, sculpture, wool appliqué and ceramics. The artists — some established and others emerging — were chosen for the depth of their art’s association with Coshocton County past and present. Each of the six installations includes interpretive texts to help visitors appreciate the distinctiveness of Coshoctonmade fine arts and crafts. A free visitor guide with walking map will accom-

pany the exhibition. A website with additional information on Coshocton County and the featured artists will go live in advance of the exhibition opening. This exhibition is presented by the JohnsonHumrickhouse Museum and curated by Robert Colby, PhD. Generous funding has been provided by the Ohio Humanities Council, Ohio Heritage Bank, MFM Building Products, Corp., SanCasT, and Clow Water Systems Company.

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lifestyle firsthand while enjoying two fun-filled days of family activities. Meet exhibitors displaying furniture, cabinets and home decor items; attend free seminars with information on planning, designing, financing and building your log home; see authentic hand-peeling and hand-hewing demos, log stacking and lumberjack contests. See a log cabin home being constructed and auctioned off at the end of the day and sample mouthwatering barbecue chicken, pastries, homemade apple cider and delicious kettle popcorn. Bid on an original Amish quilt, furniture, crafts and other home decorative items at a silent auction. Bids will close at 3 p.m. on Saturday. Children will have a chance to dig through sawdust shavings to find nickels and candy. Plus, a small petting zoo will feature a pony, calf, puppies, rabbits and kittens ... all too cute to ignore! Don’t miss this fun and exciting event that benefits the American Cancer Society. Hochstetler Milling is at 552 State Route 95, Loudonville. Call at 800-3681015 for more information.

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Cats and kittens and less-than-easy pickin’s In the spring I introduced readers to the newest member of our family. Moses the kitten was born clandestinely under our back porch to a feral calico that had been wandering the neighborhood for months. Instantly abandoned by his mother at the behest of our dogs, Moses was fostered to four weeks with a litter of kittens at my buddy’s place and has since returned to the place of his birth to win hearts, claw curtains and knock breakable items from high shelves on a daily basis. The good news is that Moses is thriving. The bad news is that his mother is still on the prowl and has begun to widen, once again, into a feline bowling bag. The “not my cat, not my problem” theory has proven patently untrue at this point. In an effort to head-off a replay of the post-partum chaos that occurred last time around I have taken it upon myself to catch the expectant mother, hoping to

place her in an appropriate home ­— ideally, before the blessed event occurs. In the worst case I would at least contain her and the new brood until I could find homes for the little ones and provide her with the spay job for which she has so fruitfully petitioned. One might think capturing a cat that lives within arm’s length of an entire neighborhood might be a piece of cake, but that last foot between cat and man might as well be a mile. No one has ever laid a hand on Momma cat, and she’s done her best to keep it that way. So I borrowed the big, wire box trap my buddy uses to transplant groundhogs away from his horse pasture. After carefully baiting it with cat kibble irresistibly

laced with tuna juice I retired for the night with all the giddy anticipation I used to feel as a kid on the first night of muskrat trapping season. Up in the middle of the night, I couldn’t help myself. I shined a light out the window and saw the trap door sprung before a pair of gleaming eyes. I raced into the yard barefoot to stare face-to-face with my catch — a young of the year opossum! If you’ve never found yourself in the presence of an opossum you have missed nothing. Sure, they appear strikingly similar in form to an overgrown sewer rat, and do tend to gravitate toward the same “easy pickin’s” of strewn garbage and garden waste, but the similarities end there. If you’ve ever seen a large rat-like creature moving swiftly across the road in front of you, it actually was a giant rat, because opossums NEVER move swiftly, ever. As a matter of fact, most times they simply

don’t move at all! This is why we find their bodies scattered along the country roads like beer cans on a frat house lawn at this time of year. Opossums are the most passive, docile creatures on the planet and their first reaction to anything is to do absolutely nothing. Stand still and live or die doesn’t seem like

Morrison, a native of Baltimore, Maryland, is presently serving at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church of Canton. Morrison will also play the carillon at the Coshocton Presbyterian Church during their worship service on Sunday. He will be assisted in the morning service by music director, Charles R. Snyder, and organist, Alice Hoover. The extended prelude will begin at

10:15 a.m. and the worship service begins at 10:30 a.m. All are welcome to attend. The church is located at 142 North Fourth Street in Coshocton, and free parking is available in the church’s lot and at the city public lot off Fifth Street. For more information, call the Coshocton Presbyterian Church at (740) 622-0486 or visit


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allow him to walk free at will. Once he finished his meal he curled for a nap at the front of the cage and snoozed comfortably until just before dawn. The next night I caught him once again — that’s right, the very same opossum — and he did exactly the same thing. Looks like I might be in for a long and kitten-filled fall.

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A Celebration of Bells will be held Sunday On Sunday, Sept. 15, .he heavenly sound of bells will cast an uplifting spell over Coshocton as the Presbyterian Church hosts guest organist/ carillonneur, W. Robert Morrison from Canton. The free concert will take place at 12:30 p.m. featuring Morrison playing the carillon keyboard from the front steps of the church with the music heard throughout the city from the church belfry. The afternoon concert will include a medley of hymns played from a list of audience requests, “Edelweiss,” “The Sound of Music,” “Amazing Grace,” the Handel/ Haydn “Clock Tunes” and more. A carillon is a set of fixed chromatically tuned bells in a bell tower that are sounded by hammers controlled by a keyboard. The Coshocton Presbyterian Church is grateful to Kay Finnegan for her gift of the Schulmerich Carillon a number of years ago in memory of her late husband.

a very clever survival strategy, yet it seems to have worked for the opossum in the long run. They’ve been using the same technique for a couple million years. As for “my” opossum, he was so utterly unconcerned with my presence he didn’t even stop eating when I stooped to prop open the trap door with a flower pot to


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competing for the blue ribbons. On Saturday, Aug. 31, the Jerseys, with a total of 109, and the Guernseys totaling 50, took their turn at winning. The Brown Swiss, Milking Shorthorn and Ayrshires had been shown earlier in the week. Judge for all the shows was Jeff Brown from Jackson Center, Dairy Progeny Specialist for Select Sires, Inc. At 3 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 31, it was time for the selection of the Supreme Junior Champion and the Supreme Champion of the Dairy Show. The bleachers were soon filled, as everyone wants to see who wins this coveted award.

Champion Holstein, Red Springs Atwood Jordyn, owned by Justin W. Kennedy, Enon Valley, Pa.; Junior Champion Jersey, Maker BRC Aloe, owned by Marhaven Jerseys, Matt and Ruth Boyce and Harold Phillis, Alliance; Grand Champion Jersey Cow, Blue Mountain Tequila Tina Marie, owned by Signature Cattle, Tom and Charity Mazzaro and Duane Cole, Burghill; Junior Champion Guernsey, Triple J Lonestar Marlee, owned by Triple J Guernseys, Ron Rhodes and Family, Salem, and Grand Champion Guernsey Cow, Willow Brook Pies Ronda, owned by Willow Brook Farm, Wesley P. Aiken and Family, West Middlesex, Pa. Each winner entered the show ring and was announced. Judge Jeff Brown then went to work to evaluate each and make his choice, as the crowd watched and waited.

The judge’s choice for Supreme Junior Champion was the Jersey owned by Marhaven Jerseys and Harold Phillis, Alliance. Reserve Supreme Junior Champion was the Milking Shorthorn owned by Emmy Days, Carrollton. Honorable Mention was the Holstein owned by Lindsay (Beatty) Henry, Enon Valley, Pa. For Supreme Champion, the slap on the rump went to the Guernsey, owned by Willow Brook Farm, Wesley P. Aiken and Family, West Middlesex, Pa. Reserve Supreme Champion was the Jersey owned by Signature Cattle and Harold Phillis, Alliance. Honorable mention went to the Ayrshire owned by Todd Bricker, Beloit. Presenting the trophies were the Mahoning County Senior Dairy Princess, Cathy McCracken and the Ohio Jersey Princess, Calle Mazzaro.

rates between commercial broilers versus red Pasture project to broiler breeds. Discussion be on what are alterhold pasture walk will native organic poultry The Organic Poultry diet options, how to manPasture project at East age broilers in mobile Badger Organic Research units and organic crop Farm of Ohio State Uni- rotations and effects on versity/Ohio Agriculture soil fertility. Research and DevelopFor more information, ment Center will have a contact John Anderson pasture walk and discus- at 330-263-3735 or andersion on Saturday, Sept. 21, from 10 a.m. to noon at 7250 Ely Road just north of Apple Creek. The Sheep August poultry pasture Improvement walk featured the new birds just being placed in workshop planned the chicken mobile units The Ohio Heartland Sheep on red clover. The Sept. Improvement Association 21 field day will be a time will hold its fall workshop, to see how the broilers “Breeding and Selecting have grown and the dif- Sheep for Maximum Profit,” ferences in the growth on Sept. 28 at the Sprunger

Building on the grounds of the Kidron Livestock Auction in Kidron. The Sprunger Building is at 4885 Kidron Road. Topics include “Selection Principles and Overview” by Dale Duerr, DVM; “Ewe Breeding Management and Ultrasound Demonstration” by Craig Zimmerly, DVM; “Ram Management and Breeding Soundness Exam Demonstration” by Dale Duerr, DVM and Craig Zimmerly, DVM; “Farm Biosecurity” by Rory Lewandowski; “Practical uses of Artifical Insemination in Sheep” by Dale Duerr, DVM; “Genetic Selection for Parasite Resistance” by John Anderson and Kathy Bielek; “Fecal Egg Count Discussion and Demonstration” by Eric Shaver, DVM. The cost of the workshop is $30 for the first person from each farm and $15 for each additional family member. Checks should be made payable to the Ohio Heartland Sheep Improvement Association (OHSIA) and mailed to Dave and Velda Limbach,

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Competing for the Supreme Awards were the Junior Champion Brown Swiss, Bakers Acres Nomad Angel, owned by Bakers Acres, Brent Baker, Homeworth; Grand Champion Brown Swiss Cow, Bakers Acres Jackpot Snowstorm, owned by Bakers Acres, Brent Baker, Homeworth; Junior Champion Ayrshire, Bricker Farms Burdette Chesney-ET, owned by Todd Bricker, Beloit; Grand Champion Ayrshire Cow, Bricker Farms Burdette Chasney, owned by Todd Bricker, Beloit; Junior Champion Milking Shorthorn, Redien Acres Cookie, owned by Emmy Days, Carrollton; Grand Champion Milking Shorthorn Cow, Redien Acres JR, owned by Jacob Baker, Homeworth; Junior Champion Holstein, Daydreamer Sanchez Promise, owned by Lindsey (Beatty) Henry, Enon Valley, Pa.; Grand

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Markets SUGARCREEK LIVESTOCK AUCTION INC. Sept. 2 85 CALVES — Choice calves 125-170; good calves 105-120; light & thins 40-down; back to farm bulls 125-170; FEEDERS: steers & bulls 100150; heifers 90-137.50. 204 CATTLE — Choice steers 118-126; good steers 113-117.50; choice heifers 117125; good heifers 100-116.50; good Holstein cows 70-90; yellow & thins 70-down; bulls 100. 153 HORSES — Top horse 600; top pony 200.

to good calves 95-105; fair to medium calves 80-95; commons and lights 80-down; back to farm, bull calves 95-110 lbs. 120-155; back to farm, heifer calves 100-180. 1 GOAT — 202. 49 BUTCHER HOGS — 210-240 lbs. 55-63; 240-260 lbs. 55-63; butcher sows 65.50down; 17 PIGS: 70 lbs.-up 50-110. 39 CATTLE — Heifers 93.50; bulls 93.50-103.50; good beef cows 76-80; mediium to good beef cows 71.50-76; fair to medium cows 66-71; common cows 66-down; feeder cattle, steer and bulls 128-147. 158 TOTAL HEAD. 20 LOADS ALL NEW HAY — Hay 2nd & 3rd cutting 225345; hay per bale 1.90; big rd. bales 25-37; rd. wheat straw per bale 37.50; rd. hay 75-150 ton; ear corn 217.50 ton; oas per cwt. 10-15.50.

WOOSTER HAY AUCTION TOWN & COUNTRY Aug. 31 32 LOADS — 1st cutting 160-195 ton; rd. bales 25-40; 2nd cutting 140-320 ton; by bale 1.50; rd. bale 22.50; 3rd cutting 230-310 ton; oats staw 200 ton; eggs 1.10-1.80 dozen. Machinery Auction, Sept. 28 MOUNT HOPE AUCTION Sept. 4 27 HOGS — 220-250 lbs. 63.50-68.50; 250-280 lbs. 65.50; sows, light 36-57; sows, heavy 65; boars 14-15; 23 FEEDER PIGS — 60 lbs.-up 35-57.50. 15 FAT CATTLE — Good holstein steers 87.50-103.50. 20 BULLS — Jersey bulls 58-83; 1,000-1,500 lbs. 87-122; 1,500-2,000 lbs. 88.50-100.50. 104 CULL COWS —

Good 75-85.50; mediumgood 70-75; fair-medium 64-70; light-thin 64-down; 69 FEEDERS — Steers and heifers 70-132.50. 35 DAIRY — Open heifers 1,375-down. 1 HORSE. 161 CALVES — 95-120 lbs. 115-150; good 80-115; common 40-80; back to farm Holstein heifers 95-120 lbs. 75-135; crossbred bulls 30-110. 172 GOATS — Kid 135down; billies 70-155; nannies 60-147.50; wethers 100-255. 568 HEAD SHEEP — Bucks & ewes 40-75; 40-60 lbs. choice wool 160-250; 40-60 lbs. 120-145; 60-80 lbs. choice wool 140-185; 60-80 lbs. 105135; 80-100 lbs. 97.50-130; 100130 lbs. 90-125; 130 lbs.-up 115-120. TOTAL HEAD — 1,178. 52 LOADS — Alfalfa, 2nd cutting 180-280; alfalfa, 3rd

Review will be held Sept. 17-19 at the Molly Caren 14950 Stanwood St. SW, Agricultural Center near Dalton, Ohio 44618. The London, Ohio. deadline for early regisThe event features over trations is Sept. 20. For 600 exhibitors and draws more information contact a crowd of 130,000 to Don Brown at 330-897- 140,000 people over the 4320 or don.pllc@gmail. three days. com or Kathy Bielek at Sponsored by OSU’s 330-264-5281 or kathy. College of Food, cultural and Environmental Sciences, the Farm Science review features educational workshops, preReview tickets sentations, demonstraon sale tions and educational The OSU Farm Science opportunities.

Farm Science Review pre-show tickets are $7 at all OSU Extension county offices, as well as some local businesses. Presale tickets are available at Ohio State University Extension, 75 E, Clinton St,, Suite 109, Millersburg, 330-6743015. Tickets are also available online at fsr. Tickets cost $10 at the gate and children 5 and younger are free. The review will be open 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Sept. 17-18

and 8 a.m. -4 p.m. Sept. 19. sored by Organic Valley For more information, — Rolling Ridge Meadows, Millersburg, (Holmes visit County). Sept. 14: Local food OEFFA tours from farm to plate tour continue and open house — CarThe Ohio Ecological riage House Farm, North Food and Farm Asso- Bend, (Hamilton County). Sept. 15: Diversified ciation is continuing its 2013 Ohio Sustainable organic farm tour and food Farm Tour and Workshop preservation workshop — Strawberry Hill Farm, FresSeries. Upcoming events no, (Coshocton County). include: (Today) Sept. 12: Organic dairy farm tour and panel discussion, co-spon-

FARMERSTOWN LIVESTOCK 2907 Township Road 190 Baltic; 330-897-6081 330-897-2275; 330-231-6809 Sept. 3 52 CALVES — Good to choice calves 105-120; medium

and 4th cutting, 150-380; mixed 1st cutting 175-240; mixed 2nd cutting 110-320; lg. bales hay 22.50-50 bale; lg bales hay 100240 ton; wheat straw 115-200; lg. straw bales 70-135 ton; ear corn 200-230.

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KIDRON AUCTION Sept. 5 47 HOGS — 190-210 lbs. 62.5; 210-230 lbs. 65-66.50; 230260 lbs. 56.50-65.50; butcher sows 43-66; boars by weight 47.50. 269 FEEDER PIGS — Up to 40 lbs. 40-57; 41-50 lbs. 65-81; 51-60 lbs. 79; 61 lbs.-up 80-92; bred sows and gilts 140; service boars 75-120; roasters 100-135. 103 CALVES — Back to farm, bulls 100-175; back to farm, heifers 80-165; light &

thin 85-down. 133 CATTLE — Steers 107114.50; heifers 78.50-98; bulls 83-92; good beef cows 75.5081.50; medium to good 70-75; thin-poor 69.50-down; feeder steers 70-102.50 and heifers 70-92.50. 11 SHEEP — Market lambs 90-125 lbs. 95-100; feeder lambs up to 85 lbs. 125; cull ewes and bucks 40-77.50. 17 GOATS — 15-180. 222 DAIRY CATTLE — Cows 1,335-down; bred heifers 1,585-down; service bulls 610-1,300, open heifers 425935. Total Consignors 216; total head 802. 34 HAY & STRAW — Hay 1st cutting 170-180; hay 2nd cutting 180-250; hay 3rd cutting 130-265; lg. bales 45-70 each and 50-225 ton; straw 30-175 ton; firewood 55-100.

Farm Sept. 26: Organic farm production and business management tour — Birdsong Farm, Garrettsville, (Portage County). Nov. 2-5: Scaling up the food chain specialty crop workshops — Wooster, (Wayne County). Nov. 9: Cold season vegetable production tour — Turner Farm, Cincinnati, (Hamilton County).


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Calendar (Continued From Page 1) School in 1980 and holds two Master of Arts degrees, one from Claremont in Government and the other in International History from The London School of Economics and Political Science, University of London. Dr. Schramm will speak on “American Exceptionalism and the Pursuit of Liberty. The program will be held at the Millersburg Comfort Inn, Glen Dr., Millersburg, and begins at 7 p.m. The public is welcome.

ALS Benefit Walk is Sept. 14 The fifth annual ALS Benefit Walk, sponsored by Holmes County Shooting Sports Club, will be held Saturday, Sept. 14 at Rails to Trails Depot in Millersburg. The goal is to benefit the ALS Association and area residents dealing with ALS (Lou Gehrig’s Disease). A representative from the ALS Asso-

ciation will be in attendance to give a brief description of the services the organization can provide to ALS patients and families. T-shirts will be offered for purchase to all walkers. A silent auction is scheduled during the event. The bidding will open before the walk and continues until 11:30. Anyone is welcome to stop by and place bids, enjoy refreshments and relax under the pavilion. Registration begins at 9 a.m. when an opening ceremony will be held. Walk begins at 10 a.m. Refreshments will be served at 11 a.m. at the Rails to Trails Depot pavilion. Closing ceremony is at noon. Form a team now. To register a team or make a donation contact: Neala Miller at 330-763-4420 or email neala.miller@ or Pam Gardner, 330-473-7430 or email gardnermill@gmail. com.

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Fall fish frys begin Saturday American Legion Post 494, of Sugarcreek announces its 2013 Fall Family Fish Fry schedule. Post 494, located on North Broadway Street in Sugarcreek, will offer allyou-can-eat fish frys on Saturday, Sept. 14; Friday, Sept. 27 and Saturday, Sept. 28 at the Ohio Swiss Festival; Saturday, Oct. 19 and Saturday, Nov. 16. The public is invited and the fish frys will run from 4-7 p.m. or until the food is gone.

Phi Sigma Gamma Sorority to meet Phi Sigma Gamma Sorority will meet on Monday, Sept. 16 at 7 p.m. at Killbuck United Methodist Church. Bring items to help supply the Killbuck Community Library, such as paper towels, toilet paper, kitchen trash bags, cleaning rags.

Genealogy 101 to begin Sept. 18 Beginning Sept. 18, The Holmes County Genealogical Society will present a series of classes to help beginning and advanced genealogists with their research.

total of 11½ pounds lost. Kaitlyn Kemper was best The opening commen- weekly loser and said to tary was read by Linda drink eight 8-ounce glasses Esber, who led the group of water each day. Mary Burgett was best weekly redediin prayer. Following brunch and cated loser. Lana Rush was announcements, a list of best weekly KOPS. For tasting night, members the 13 local organizations the group has donated to brought tasty low-calorie since 2009 was given and snacks. Eileen Lowe gave a program about excess skin meeting notes were read. Elaine Hand presented a after a large weight loss meditation on Aging with taken from the June 2012 Grace, pointing out how to TOPS magazine. Excess look ahead, not back, and skin happens because of use talents no matter what rapid weight loss, genetics and nutrition. Factors that they are. The group then par- help avoid excess skin are ticipated in a Brown Bag taking Omega 3, consumexchange, followed by then ing canola oil, flax oil, the being able to steal a gift antitoxins found in fruits and vegetables plus taking from someone else. Patty Shaw led a circle a multi vitamin. Surgery is prayer and the singing of not recommended unless there is a medical problem. “Blest Be The Tie.” The chapter meets each The next meeting will be at the Carlisle Inn, Wal- Wednesday at Nashville nut Creek, with the Rev. United Methodist Church Burnetta Armour of the at 5:45 with weigh-in at 5:15 Millersburg and Clark p.m. Presbyterian churches. She will lead a mini retreat of Killbuck Valley “Where am I?” Writers’ Club Everyone is welcome, Bloodmobile Has anyone ever told and consider this a personin Millersburg al invitation to join the club you “You should write a Oct. 1 for this program. book”? Maybe you even Sept. 19 For more information call started one but never The American Red 330-674-7723 or dawdys@ finished. Or, you have Cross bloodmobile will For res- a great idea but just be at St. Peter Catholic ervations call 330-674-2767 can’t seem to take that Church, 379 Crawford St., or 330-343-7046, or email first step toward getting something on paper. The Millersburg, in the fellow- Killbuck Valley Writers’ ship hall on Sept. 19, 1-7 Guild (KVWG) might p.m TOPS 1573 be just what you need See Pg. 13 — CALENDAR to make your book Nashville a reality. KVWG is a On Sept. 4, 11 TOPS 1573 group of serious adult members reciting the TOPS and KOPS pledges, for a See Pg. 14 — CLUB

The first class will be “Genealogy 101.” Classes will run for six weeks and are open to the public free of charge. They will be at the Genealogical Library, which is in the Holmes County Cultural Center, adjacent to the Victorian House, 434 N. Washington St, Suite 2, in Millersburg. The entrance is on the south side of the building via a ramp, with parking nearby. For more information, contact The Holmes County Genealogical Society during open hours, Tuesday through Friday, 1-4 p.m. Phone 330-674-1913. Classes will be at 7 p.m.: Sept. 18, Genealogy 101: Beginning Genealogy; Sept. 25, Vital Records; Oct. 2, Probate Records; Oct. 9, Land Records; Oct. 16, Other Court Records; Oct. 23, Newspapers and Other Records.

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Winesburg Fall Gathering will offer variety of entertainment The 18th annual Winesburg Fall Gathering, sponsored by the Winesburg Business Association, will be held on Saturday, Sept. 21, along the streets and sidewalk of the village. Vendors’ tables will offer crafts, antiques and lots of miscellaneous treasures. Antique tractors will be on display and

the Winesburg Historical Society will have its buildings open for tours. Entertainers including the Johnstone Family, Nelson & Friends, Small Town Roots, Glenn Parks, Berean Church Worship Team, Prism, High Country and Bovy the Balloon Animal Clown will perform throughout the day at

various times and locations. Bungee jumping and a bounce house will add to the fun. Food will be available including ham and bean soup, sandwiches, pies, homemade ice cream, kettle popcorn, chicken and noodles and more. The husband-carrying contest, called the “hubby-back ride,” will be a highlight of the

event. Winesburg is named after a town in Germany known for its strong women. During the 12th Century, the fortress in the town was overtaken and the victors granted the women and children permission to leave carrying their most prized possession. The women carried their husbands away on their backs. Prizes will

be awarded to the top three winners when that accomplishment is re-enacted at the Fall Gathering. An antique, craft and gift benefit will be held at 3 p.m., following a silent auction at 2 p.m. Winesburg Fire Department’s famous barbecued chicken will be served beginning at 4 p.m.


Donate blood at Wilmot Fire & Rescue Wilmot Fire & Rescue will be teaming up with the Aultman Blood Center on Friday, Sept. 20, from 2-7 p.m. inside the Wilmot Fire Hall. The volunteer firefighters and EMTs will be serving pasta to all who stop in to donate blood. Enter to win two tickets to the department’s monthly all-you-can-eat ham dinners. Many people cannot give blood due to their iron being too low. Green leafy vegetables, nuts, dried apricots, beets, beef and raisins are some of the foods that may help to boost iron. The Wilmot Fire Department is locat-

FitzGerald to visit Millersburg on Sept. 21 Ed FitzGerald, candidate for governor, will be at a Holmes County Democratic party meet-andgreet Sept. 21, 1-2 p.m. at the Darb Snyder Senior Center, Glen Drive, Millersburg. The public is welcome to attend. For more information contact Les Roach at 330-231-2481.

Pig roast is Sept. 21 at Camp Buckeye Camp Buckeye Retreat Center is holding its

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annual pig roast on Saturday, Sept. 21 from 4-7 p.m. Enjoy a delicious meal to help support our camping ministry. Dinner includes roasted pork, mashed potatoes, sauerkraut, dessert and a beverage. There will be door prizes and an opportunity for fellowship and lto earn more about what Camp Buckeye  has to offer. Check the website for silent auction items.  Camp Buckeye is at 10055 Camp Road NW, Beach City. Suggested donation is $15 (10  and younger $5). For more information call 330-756-2380 or email The web site is www.

Fundraiser breakfast to be held to benefit Pomerene Auxiliary

Maudie Raber will play host to a fundraiser breakfast for the Pomerene Auxiliary on Sept. 28 Society sets soup from 7-10:30 a.m., in the of Maudie Raber, supper fundraiser home located at 3497 County The Holmes County Road 135. All are welcome, and Historical Society will hold a Fall Soup Supper donations will be acceptfrom 4:30-7 p.m. Sept. 24. ed. The breakfast will conThe menu will consist of ham and bean soup, veg- sist of pancakes, sausage,


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Holmes County retired educators are invited to learn more about benefits of being Ohio Retired Teachers’ Association members on Thursday, Sept. 19. A member benefit adviser will explain services offered to members. Alan Kearns, an AMBA regional vice president, will discuss travel, computer, medical air services, cruises, as well as other benefits offered to retired educators. Those present will have opportunity to ask questions concerning the endorsed benefits of ORTA. The open meeting is sponsored by the Holmes County Retired Teachers’ Association. The luncheon will begin at 11:30 a.m. at Der Dutchman in Walnut Creek, followed imme-

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Tips to improve your indoor air quality (BPT)— You pride yourself on keeping a clean home. The laundry is washed, the dishes are dry and the den where the children built their pillow fort has been restored to sanity. You’ve been vigilant about cleaning up the messes you can see, but what about the messes you can’t? What are you doing to improve the air quality in your home?

You may not think about the air quality in your home because the problem isn’t visible, but that doesn’t stop dust, dander or chemicals from polluting your air. Everyday living generates up to 40 pounds of dust in a sixroom house every year, according to the National Air Duct Cleaners Association (NADCA), the HVAC Inspection, Main-

tenance and Restoration Association. Taking steps to clean the air in your home will do more than just improve air quality; it will also save you money. Twentyfive to 40 percent of the energy used for heating or cooling a home is wasted because contaminants in the heating and cooling system cause it to work inefficiently, according to

the U.S. Department of Energy. If you’re interested in improving the air quality in your home and saving money while you do it, here are some tips to get you headed in the right direction. Hire a professional to clean your most important asset Your heating and cooling system is the lungs

of your home. The system literally takes air in and breathes air out. Because of this, keeping your HVAC system and your ducts clean is the most important thing you can do to improve your home’s air quality. “If your ducts look dirty, they probably are,” is NADCA’s advice to consumers. Have your system serviced by a certified tech-

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a weaver, flint knapper, timber framer, glass smith, chair caner and more. The event will be held 10 a.m.-4 p.m. at the Apple Creek Historical Center and Community Learning Center, 185 Church St., Apple Creek. A hog roast will be featured and fry pies, freshly made soups, homemade ice cream and lots more will be available. Enjoy this autumn day while listening to Blue Grass Country or Appalachian folk music. Gretchen Pleuss, singer, Full day Name That song-writer and guitarist Tree ID workshops are Concert to will be performing. scheduled to be present- benefit Wounded Speakers with historical ed on Friday, Sept. 27, themes and presentations at the Secrest Arbore- Warrior Project are scheduled throughout tum, Jack & Deb Miller There will be a benefit the day. Pavilion, 1680 Madison concert Saturday, Oct. 5, The Wayne County Avenue, Wooster, and at the Duncan Theater, Public Library will be Tuesday, Oct. 1 at Big 110 Main St., Killbuck, there for kids who want Creek Park, 9160 Robin- (330-763-4424) by Junior to experience pioneer life son Road, Chardon, and Brown to benefit the through free crafts and Winter Tree ID on Friday, Wounded Warriors Proj- activities. Sack races and Nov. 1, at The Lodge at ect. Cost is $25 for gen- other pioneer games will Allardale, 141 Remsen eral seating and $30 for be available for elemenRoad, Medina. tary school-age children. preferred seating. Lunch and materials are Come for a family-friendly included in the cost of $35 day filled with some good Apple Creek for each workshop. old-fashioned fun! Free Name That Tree and to hold its first admission/parking. Buggy Winter Tree are very popparking will be available. ular one-day basic tree Pioneer Fest identification workshops Take a step back in designed to give partici- time on Saturday, Oct. Memorabilia of pants in-depth training 5 in Apple Creek and local heros among and practice on identify- watch dozens of artisans ing trees using leaves and and vendors demonstrate sports display other common charac- their crafts, like basket Cy Young, Joe DiMagteristics. The class begins weaving, quilting and gio, Babe Ruth, Mickey indoors with some intro- wood-carving. There will Mantle, Robert Clemente ductory identification be potters, blacksmiths and Whitey Moore will all clues and samples that with coal forges, spin- be represented in the speare used to work through ners with drop spindles, cial exhibit, Unforgetta-

ble Sports Legends, at the Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum in Coshocton through Oct. 6. The exhibit features memorabilia and collectibles primarily from baseball but also from football, basketball and boxing. The Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum is open daily from noon to 5 p.m. May through October. In addition to this special exhibit, the museum’s permanent collections are displayed in three galleries: Historic Ohio, American Indian and Asian. A Civil War display can also be viewed in a fifth gallery. JHM is located at 300 N. Whitewoman St., in Historic Roscoe Village, Coshocton. For more information, contact JHM at 740-622-8710 / email: or visit the website

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Business Village Motors teams up with Hiland Class of 2016 Hiland High School Class of 2016 will hold a Dodge Booster Club Fundraiser as part of homecoming held at Hiland on Oct. 5. Dodge brand will make a $20 donation to the Hiland Class of 2016 for each person who takes a short test drive at the event. Village Motors will have the new Dodge Dart, Durango, Journey and Grand Caravan at the event for participants to inspect and drive. Dealership personnel will volunteer their time to assist

with the fundraising drives. Anyone age 18 or older, with a valid driver’s license, may drive and earn a donation. Driving times are 10 a.m.-2 p.m. “The Dodge events are a lot of fun,” said Lori Pringle sophomore class adviser, “and we are really pleased to have this opportunity from Dodge to push our fundraising goal over the top. People may not know it, but Dodge has been supporting schools in the communities where the company does business for many years.”

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has created an educational partnership with Chamberlain College of In fact, since 1993, Everence is offering a Nursing, providing the Dodge has helped raise free seminar on health opportunity for nursing an estimated $4.5 mil- care reform on Monday, students to advance their lion for local schools Sept. 16, from 4:45 to 6:30 credentials at a special with test drive programs p.m. at the Barn Res- tuition rate for online like the Dodge Booster taurant, 877 W. Main St., nursing degree programs Club fundraiser. Smithville. Sr. Vice Presi- and other options. The special rate is 30 “The whole commu- dent David Gautsche nity is invited to join us will review the effect of percent less than the curat Hiland’s Homecom- reform on individuals rent rate and includes ing,” said Carrie Jones, and small businesses. To online nursing degree also a sophomore class reserve your spot, email programs and other adviser. angela.hostetler@ever- options, including RN to “Look for the black or call (330) BSN completion option, RN-BSN to MSN, masDodge tent. Take a 857-9988. ter of science in nursing short test drive in the degree, graduate certifiDodge of your choice cate programs and docand help Hiland’s soph- Pomerene, tor of nursing practice omores. Afterward, Chamberlain degree. enjoy the events of “We see this as an Hiland’s homecoming,” join forces she said. Pomerene Hospital opportunity to bring additional educational opportunities to our staff as we work to find ways to increase the number of nurses with advanced degrees,” said Nicole Kolacz, chief nursing office at Pomerene Hospital. Chamberlain will be on-site at Pomerene over the next few months to answer questions. For

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Pomerene receives auditor award A recent financial audit of Pomerene Hospital by the Auditor of State Dave Yost’s office returned a clean audit report. Pomerene’s excellent record keeping has earned it the Auditor of State Award. “I’d like to personally thank our fiscal and accounting staff, who work thoroughly on our financials every year,” stated Jason Justus, Chief Financial Officer at Pomerene Hospital. “Their dedication in providing accurate financial reporting plays a vital role in our organization, and is the primary reason Pomerene is being honored with this award.” The Auditor of State Award is presented to local governments and school districts upon the completion of a financial audit. The hospital also received a special recognition certificate on behalf of the members of the House of Representatives of the 130th General Assembly of Ohio and Representative Allen Landis, House District 98, congratulating Pomerene on being presented with an Auditor of State Award, and recognizing Pomerene’s superior fiscal accountability.

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Hotel Millersburg offering rooms with a view

Behind the barrel Maintenance work being done in Holmes County by the Ohio Department of Transportation for the week of Sept. 9: SR 39 — Nashville to Loudonville, mowing. U.S. 62 — Between Berlin and state Route 557, bridge joint repairs.

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Robinson, noting that the owners purchased authentic antique light fixtures and wall hangings, of which there will be nearly 100. The furniture is a combination of antique and Amish-made. The coloring, valances and wall coverings will be Victorian-themed, with several original Victorian artifacts from the 18801910 period. “They are very old and very nice,” said Robinson. “For the convenience of our guests, certain items are new but the appearance is Victorian.” These modern touches will extend to the bathrooms, the flat-screen televisions and the Amish-made mattresses. “Those will be Victorian in appearance, but not original,” said Robinson. “There aren’t many Victorian queen-sized and full-sized beds and we’ve found that 125-plus-yearold mattresses don’t hold up too well anymore.” With the construction period nearly over, the Robinsons are looking with excitement to the future.

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You’re lookin’ at country of Old Yeller and choke you up a bit. All country music must include something about “mama.” FALSE. Although there are plenty of songs that mention somebody’s mama, I can assure you that in country music, being a mama is something to be proud of. With a few exceptions, mama is always someone you’d want to meet. All country music sounds all twang-y and whiny. FALSE. That twang you hear is just a little bit of soul coming through the microphone, and the so-called whininess is just the true heart of the singer telling his story. Also, partly TRUE.

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Non-scientific studies have shown that the larger the brim of the hat, the deeper the twang. (Not really, I just made that up.) All country music has a steady rhythm and you could do the Boot Scootin’ Boogie to anything you might hear on the radio. FALSE. Please don’t try to line dance to every country song. You will embarrass yourself and most likely your children. The truth about country music, or at least why I love it so much, is that those artists are the great storytellers of our time. From folk to bluegrass to mainstream country, each of the artists does more than just

sing a song and strum a few chords. They share simple emotions that connect with the listener, emotions that they may have felt if they had just lost a dog or hugged a mama. If you’ve ever been sad, mad, happy, lonely, hurt, in love, cheated on, cheated with, lied, lied to, poor, rich, hitched, divorced, young, old, or stuck somewhere in the middle, country music has a song for you. And that’s the truth. Here are a few more: Country music still has style and class. TRUE. How many other types of music will you see where performers still dress up in glamorous dresses and suits and ties? Seems some recent performers

have been choosing to wear the absolute opposite. Country music is fun to sing along with. TRUE. The roots of this music are not based on complicated chords like diminished augmented sevenths. It serves its purpose by giving you something to tap your foot along with and keeps it basic enough so by the end of the song, you’ve got the chorus down pat. The fancy stuff? Save that for the steel guitar and honkytonk piano breaks. Country music makes you proud to be an American, and a hard working one at that. TRUE. You’d be hard pressed to find any

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Not everyone likes country music, and I can appreciate that. I know that plenty of people out there actually will go as far as to say they despise it, that they would rather listen to a crying baby run its fingernails down a chalkboard and operate a leaf blower at the same time, probably the way I personally feel about certain types of music. But for me, I love country music. I always have, thanks to my dad and his collection of Willie, Merle and Johnny, and I always will. If you’re one of those people who don’t prefer country, I thought I’d clear up a few facts about it: All country music involves a dying dog. FALSE. However, there are a few songs that do mention the passing of a worthy hound, some that will even remind you

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FFA briefs Armstrong is national FFA finalist INDIANAPOLIS — Clay Armstrong of the West Holmes FFA Chapter was selected as a national finalist for the National FFA Proficiency Award in Forage production — Entrepreneurships/Placement. Armstrong is one of only four people chosen to compete for this award at the national FFA convention

and expo, to be held Oct. 30-Nov. 2 in Louisville, Ky. T h e proficiency awards recogn i z e o u t standi n g student Armstrong achievement in agribusiness gained through

establishment of a new business, working for an existing company or otherwise gaining hands-on career experience. Armstrong became eligible for the national award after winning the Ohio FFA competition earlier this year.

Hiland FFA officers attend retreat EAST HOLMES DISTRICT — On June

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FFA (Continued From Page 19) Rachelle Yoder, Vice President Megan Hippert, Secretary Preston Shamp, Reporter Jessica Davis, Treasurer Grant Mast, Sentinel Lee Shetler, Student Adviser Javan Scheufler and Historian Stacey Regan.

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elected queen, and sentinel Clay Armstrong, who was elected king. On Monday night, hog showmanship occurred. Participating were: Mandy Taylor, Gretchen Straits, Marshall Overholt, Elizabeth Overholt, Megan Miller, Grayson Miller, Justin Lorentz, Shyann Kick and Logan Brannon. On Tuesday morning, the goat showmanship and the meat show were held. Showing goats were: Kayla Bird, Morgan Hoxworth, Riley Brannon, Justin Lorentz and Brittney Sigler. Tuesday afternoon was the lamb show. Members who showed lambs were: Gretchen Straits, Elizabeth Overholt, Justin Lorentz and Ethan Fair. Straits won Reserve Grand Champion market lamb. She also won sheep Showmanship Senior Grand Champion. On Wednesday was the beef show. Gretchen Straits and Megan Miller exhibited beef steers.

Straits won Senior Showmanship Grand Champion and Miller was Reserve Champion beef breeding showmanship. Straits was also the Grand Champion beef steer and Miller won Reserve Champion beef steer. On Thursday was the dairy show. Members who took dairy projects were: Derek Reutter, Tristan Ramseyer, Marshall Overholt, William Hughes, Liz Overholt, Justin Lorentz and Morgan Hoxworth. Reutter was Reserve Grand Champion Dairy Feeder. Hughes was Intermediate Showmanship Grand Champion, and Supreme Showmanship Reserve Grand Champion. Liz Overholt was Brown Swiss Junior Champion. Marshall Overholt was Reserve Junior Champion Guernsey and Reserve Junior Champion Holstein. The horse show also took place on Thursday. Showing horses were: Brittany Sigler and Logan Brannon.

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Estill named Crisis Intervention Officer of Year By CHRISTINE L. PRATT Staff Writer MILLERSBURG — It’s not all about talking a jumper off the roof of a building. Justin Estill, recently named the 2013 Crisis Intervention Team Officer of the Year by the Wayne Holmes Mental Health Coalition, said he uses his training every day on the job. Estill is a full-time patrolman with Millersburg Police Department and part-time officer with the Ohio State University. Both departments endorsed him as he completed basic training in May 2012, followed by advanced training in October. “It’s something I’ve always wanted to do,” said Estill. “I always felt there needed to be more specialized training for mental health issues. You only get a basic block in the police academy.” The training provided him not only with skills to communicate and deescalate a situation, but did so with a focus on officer safety. He said he uses his CIT while working in the village and on OSU’s Wooster campus. It’s most often in an individual’s late teens or early 20s that they experience their first psychotic break, he said. On a college campus swarming with young adults — all coping with the stresses of being separated from

family and friends, while managing new pressures — nearly every contact is benefitted by CIT training. “It helps you keep an open mind, and it makes you more aware of what they say and how they take care of themselves so you can better understand them,” he said, noting while all individuals are similarly held accountable for their actions, someone with behavioral problems may require a different approach. “I might try to keep them calm and let them do more talking to express themselves,” he said. “They’re still held accountable, but it’s their behavior at the time that determines how the contact goes and how a situation is resolved.” By effectively addressing underlying issues, he said, officers help to reduce the rate of recidivism, making their jobs easier and the community safer. Often such contacts come as a consequence of domestic disturbance or disorderly conduct calls. In one memorable incident, Estill recalls getting a call about a Wayne County man who’d, during a domestic dispute, made threats of using of a gun to cause public harm. Estill said he intercepted the man before he reached his target destination. He and his weapon were tactically secured and Estill then moved into his CIT train-

ing, culling from his discussion with the man information about a prior mental health diagnosis and voluntary discontinuation of medication. Information gathered by Estill was used to document the man’s behavioral health so he could he could be appropriately treated. Estill was nominated for recognition by David Williams, chief probation officer, Holmes County Juvenile Court. “He has the great ability to balance his power and authority as a peace officer with meeting the needs of those in distress, no matter how difficult the matter,” Williams wrote. “Justin uses his CIT training and knowledge to help out people in need of behavioral health. … As a direct result of the CIT training, Justin’s detailed police reports have given the behavioral health professionals involved a better understanding of their client’s issues and needs. “Justin’s strengths are his compassion for the community, prompt and thorough communication, integrity, understanding and working positively with dually diagnosed individuals, working collaboratively in a team and answering the call of duty 24 hours a day,” Williams wrote. “Justin’s training has been utilized in matters (ranging) from those

which would previously have been viewed as routine or mundane, but helped him recognize underlying problems in individuals and help them get connected with resources after having the training, to de-escalating those in severe crisis with plans of suicide,” according to Williams. He notes also an incident in which Estill used his training to help a Knox County man, suffering from “severe delusions resulting from his time spent in the Vietnam War.” The man was in crisis and disoriented and ended up in Holmes County in the middle of the night. Estill said he learned of his nomination only after it was made. “I was very honored. I didn’t think I did anything special,” he said, adding he believes it is training all law enforcement officers should have, whether they work patrol, dispatch, or have an administrative role. He is the first officer from Millersburg Police to participate in CIT training and “it has been a great help,” said Chief S. Thomas Vaughn. “He has done a great job with helping other officers get a better understanding.” Reporter Christine L. Pratt can be reached at 330-674-5676 or cpratt@

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Art is Ageless exhibit draws crowd Winners noted Around 250 people visited the Art is Ageless exhibit held recently at Walnut Hills Retirement Community in Walnut Creek. The exhibit, held Aug. 24 at the Walnut Hills Retirement Home, featured 86 pieces of artwork that were submitted by 47 Hol-

mes County residents who are over the age of 55. Pauline Bender of Walnut Creek received the Best of Show Award for her quilt titled “Wild Flower Garden.” The People’s Choice Award, which was voted on by visitors to the exhibit, went to Tom House of Killbuck for his welded cycles titled “Rolling Art.”

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Holmes Safe Communities Coalition kicks off “Drive Sober’ campaign Event was held at Wayne County Speedway A chance to safely look through the eyes of a drunk, fatal vision goggles gave members of the crowd a better understanding of impairment on Aug. 24 at the Wayne County Speedway, where local safety advocates gathered to kick off the annual “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” campaign. Coordinated by the Holmes County Safe Communities Coalition, partners for the event and campaign included the Wayne County Sheriff's Office, the Wooster Post of the State Highway Patrol and several other municipal police departments. At the Speedway. law enforcement officers in cruisers completed two parade laps around the track with lights and sirens. Throughout the night public service announcements were

given by OSP Lt. Stephanie Norman, Wayne County Coroner Dr. Amy Joliff and a young Holmes County woman, Jen Holcomb. Holcomb previously drove drunk, crashed and, despite some major injuries, survived to tell her story and help try to stop drunken driving. Prizes were awarded to those who either signed a pledge to not drink and drive, agreed to answer a question about drinking and driving, or participated in the fatal vision goggle activity. The prizes included donations from the Wayne County Speedway (shirts, two chances to drop the green flag), Trent Insurance Group/Nationwide Insurance (hats, lunch bags, other small giveaways), Sam's Pizza (two $20 gift cards) and Dairy Queen in Orrville (one medium Blizzard). “The speedway really supported this kick-off event and the effort to stop drunk driving,” said Safe Communities Program Coordinator Suzanne Snyder. “We had a tent just inside the

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A CROWN FIT FOR A QUEEN — The 2013-2014 Killbuck Early American Days Queen Marris Hoffee was given the crown by her sister, the reigning Queen Toren Hoffee, on Saturday at the Killbuck Early American Days Queen Contest.

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The winners in the Killbuck Early American Days Battle of the Banks Crosscut competition were Jon and Abby Norman representing Farm Credit Services, who took first place, followed by Fatal vision goggles gave participants a chance Josh Proper and Dayton to see through the eyes of a person who is drunk. Shepard representing the Killbuck Savings Bank gates that people could Police Chief Ryan Pear- and Jen Thorpe and Scott stop at that was staffed son was a huge help, Welch of the Commercial by law enforcement, as he was our contact & Savings Bank. Safe Communities, Your at the Speedway and a Individual winners, in Human Resource Cen- key partner in the plan- order of placement, were: ter and also Holcomb ning and putting on this Axe throw — Derek and her mom. Dalton event.” Dusthimer of Newark,

Dave Berlet of New Knoxville, Jim Dusthimer of Newark, Dirk Mechstroth of New Knoxville. Two-man crosscut — Jim and Derek Dusthimer, Jarod and Rick Hawkins, Dirk Mechstroth and Dave Berlet, Jason & Denny Hawkins. Jack and Jill crosscut — Derek and Angie Dusthimer, Rick and Linda Hawkins, Jim Dusthimer and Helen Hawkins, Dirk Mechstroth and Twila See Pg. 27 — WINNERS

West Holmes Class of 1973 presents gift in memory to Education Foundation The West Holmes High School Class of 1973 recently held its 40th high school class reunion. In addition to gathering to reminisce and create new memories, the class made a $762 donation to the Carol Hawkins Maurer Nursing Scholarship Fund, held at the Holmes County Education Foundation (HCEF). Carol was a classmate, and the reunion committee felt it a fitting way to honor her after her recent passing in June from Multiple Myeloma. The gift was made in memory of those classmates who have passed away. These include: Melody Barnett McMahan, Phil Bowles, James Bretz, Joseph Buren, Robert Butts, Joy Mohler Kelley, Jeffrey Pyers, George Sampsel, Jeffrey Shepler, Danny Smetzer, Doris Weaver Weber, Waneta Weaver, Carol Hawkins Maurer

and Jerry Evens. Contributions are currently being accepted into the Carol Hawkins Maurer Nursing Scholarship Fund to help it reach the $25,000 goal. Once reached, annual scholarships will be awarded to a Holmes County student pursuing the field of nursing. Carol’s nursing career spanned nearly 40 years and many lives were touched by her presence. The Foundation is reaching out to other class reunion committees in Holmes County, encouraging them to consider a class gift to the Holmes County Education Foundation. Funds can be raised by a 50/50 raffle or as an outright gift. A list of scholarships can be viewed on the Foundation’s website. Contributions are welcome to all scholarship funds. For more information, contact the Foundation’s Executive Direc-

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The West Holmes High School Class of 1973 made a $762 donation to the Carol Hawkins Maurer Nursing Scholarship Fund, held at the Holmes County Education Foundation (HCEF), in honor of deceased classmates. tor, Darla Stitzlein at 330-674-7303 or visit the Foundation office at 114 North Clay Street, Millersburg, OH 44654.

Since 1991, the Holmes County Education Foundation has provided well over $6 million in need-based schol-

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Miscellaneous — First and fourth places, Juanita Schubert of Walnut Creek; Larry Neal of Walnut Creek, second place; and David Hershberger of Walnut Creek, third place. The award winners were announced at a reception for the artists and their families held on Aug. 23 at Walnut Hills. Art is Ageless is sponsored each year by Walnut Hills to help celebrate the creativity and imagination of individuals who are 55 and older.



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Health District role explained at chamber meeting By KELLEY MOHR Staff Writer What does the Holmes County General Health District do for the Holmes County community? This was the topic of discussion Sept. 3 at the Holmes County Chamber of Commerce monthly meeting. The role of public health in Holmes County, said Holmes County Health Commissioner Dr. D.J. McFadden, is to promote “Healthy people living together in a safe and healthy community.” The health district does so in many ways — from immunization clinics and prenatal care to school health services, water inspections, sewage treatment and rabies control. The list of health district services runs the gambit from personal health services to environmental health food protection and vital statistics. “Public health affects

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At the same time, funding is decreasing. In the last budget cycle, the state decreased local public health support by 43 percent. Without accreditation, the health district could be consolidated. The health district has done what it can to close the gap. First, the health district cut several programs — eliminating a tobacco cessation program, an alcohol education program while raising fees, cutting staff and ceasing raises for the past three years. And while the health district’s other source of funding comes locally through the county’s budget commission, the county hasn’t asked for a raise in contributions since 2009. “We request county funds and those funds are pulled through the taxes from the townships and villages,” said McFadden. “Everyone is struggling right now … We are very careful in how we spend tax dollars.” That number amounts to $207,000 per year from the villages and townships. Should a levy pass, that sum would be returned to those local entities.

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“If they are strong and able to do what they do, that improves the public health,” explained McFadden. “They partner with us and we can’t do the work that they do. I have significant concerns if we are not able to find new sources of funding.” But what would consolidation mean? “No one knows what this will mean,” said McFadden. “Will this mean that a skeleton crew will be left in Holmes County with the major staff out of county? Will this be like the education service centers where there is a central office where the work is performed out of? Will work occur in a timely fashion? Will costs be the same for community members? Will individuals have a say in the choice of the health commissioner, or the board, or regulations?” Consolidation could mean membership in a multi-jurisdictional health district, one that serves several counties or regions. With that, said McFadden, the community could lose its local control. “Holmes County operates a little differently (than other health districts),” he explained. For example, in Holmes County one can get a same-day copy of his or her birth certificate. “Right now, we operate a very business-friendly, customer-oriented shop.” Kurt Rodhe, owner of Rodhe’s IGA and a member of the Holmes County Board of Health,

emphasized the importance of this local quality. “We do things our own way in Holmes County: We like to keep it local, we like to be able to call somebody up and talk to them,” he said. As a board of health, “We have such a broad scope of services that we are either required to do or we do for the health of the county. This was not an easy decision for us — nobody likes new taxes — but if we don’t do it, we probably won’t have a local board of health,” said Rodhe. “If you like local control, to me it’s simple, you have to support that.” Plus, should the levy fail and the Holmes County Health District be consolidated into a multi-jurisdiction health district, that doesn’t mean that Holmes County taxpayers are off the hook. “That doesn’t guarantee that we won’t be the victim of a levy that is passed by a larger population,” pointed out Holmes County Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Shasta Mast, as large health districts have multi-county levy jurisdiction. “If you are interested in supporting the health district, I’d much rather the control be local and pay my increased property tax assessment for Holmes County than have it be some place else and still pay the tax.” Reporter Kelley Mohr can be reached at 330674-5676 or

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Obituaries Phillip Natalizio, 80

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SHREVE — Phillip A. of Wayne County ComNatalizio, 80, of Shreve, munity Federal Credit passed away Thursday Union, was a member of Sept. 5, 2013, at his home Westwood Ruritans and surrounded by his family. was a former secretary of He was Triway Music Boosters. born Feb. Surviving are his wife 16, 1933, of 57 years, Jean (Emerin Akron, son) Natalizio; children, the son of Cheryl (Ron) Trivisonno of Guiseppe Ostrander, Joseph Natala n d izio of Shreve, Julie (John) Jennie Beckett of Mount Ver(Baldi) non, and Phillip Natalizio Natalof South Carolina; grandizio. He children, Tony (Amanda) attended Kent State Uni- Natalizio of North Carolina, versity, and served his Eric (Christy) Natalizio of country in the U.S. Air Wooster, Cindy and Shelly Force during the Korean Trivisonna of Ostrander; War, as a ground radio great-grandchildren, Aria repairman. and Alaric Natalizio; and a Phil was a vocational sister, Marie (Jesse) Vance electronics instructor of Akron. at the Wayne County He was preceded in Schools Career Cen- death by his parents; and ter, where he retired in a sister, JoAnn Lezak. 1995, and enjoyed farmMass of Christian Burial ing, weight-training and was celebrated Monday, Jonas Miller, 45 restoring classic 1940s Sept. 9, at St. Mary Cathocars. He was an avid lic Church, 527 Beall Ave., Jonas J. Miller, 49, 8356 deacon on May 1, 2004. Township Road 656, FredSurviving in addition bowler and was active in Wooster, with Father Steericksburg, died suddenly to his wife are children, several bowling leagues at phen Moran as celebrant. on Wednesday, Sept. 4, David (Katie) Miller of Triway Lanes. He enjoyed Interment will be at a later 2013, of a heart attack. Fredericksburg, Steven watching sporting events date in St. Mary Cemetery. Arrangements were He was born in Holmes (Fannie) Miller of Apple and those of his children handled by Schlabach County on Nov. 29, 1963, Creek, Elsie (Levi) Weng- and grandchildren. He was a member of St. Funeral Home in Shreve. to Joe J.C. and Mattie J. erd of Millersburg and The family suggests (Troyer) Miller and mar- Miriam (Demas) Hersh- Mary Catholic Church, ried Ada J. Schlabach on berger of the home; eight where he was a religious memorial contributions Sept. 13, 1984. She survives. grandchildren; his mother education instructor and be made to LifeCare He was a member of the of Fredericksburg; his on the team of the first Hospice (formerly HosOld Order Amish Church, father-in-law, Joe J. Schla- Men’s Renewal. He was pice & Palliative Care of where he was ordained a bach of Apple Creek; sis- also a member of Cleve- Greater Wayne County), ters, Ella (Robert) Troyer land Engineering Society, 2525 Back Orrville Road, of Knox County and Sarah was a former secretary Wooster 44691. (Davis) Hershberger of Fredericksburg; and brothWilliam ‘Bill’ Hall, 65 ers, Raymond (Elizabeth) William C. “Bill” Hall, ing and spending time Miller of Apple Creek, Christopher (Miriam) 65, of Millersburg, passed with family and the many Order your Miller and Paul (Barbara) away Monday, Aug. 5, friends he also considered Homecoming Miller, both of Fredericks- 2013, at his home after a his family. Surviving are a son, burg and Joseph (Mary) sudden illness. Flowers He was born Sept. 24, David C. Hall of MillersMiller of Millersburg. He was preceded in 1947 in Glenville, W.Va., to burg; sisters, Mary BarToday! death by his father and the late Macel and Oleta tram of Fort Gay, W.Va., New & Gently mother-in-law, Annie (Waggy) Hall. He was and Faye Roberts of Okla(Hochstetler) a truck driver for many homa; and numerous niecUsed Homecoming Irene years, driving for com- es, nephews and friends. Schlabach. Dresses. Tux Per his wishes, cremaFuneral services were panies such as Meneuez & Suit Rentals Saturday, Sept. 7 at the Brothers and Tom Bird tion has taken place. A Starting at $39.99 residence, with Bishop Trucking, before becom- memorial service will be held at a later date. Levi J. Miller officiating. ing disabled in 2006. 221 W. Main St., Loudonville He was a member of Young Funeral Home, Burial was in Miller Cem(419) 994-7673 ROSE Mon. - Sat. 9:00-5:30 etery, Paint Township, Millersburg Eagles Fra- Louisa, Ky., assisted the ternity and enjoyed fish- family. Holmes County. William “Bob” Smith, 67, of Millersburg, passed away Tuesday morning, Sept. 3, 2013, at Wooster Community Hospital, after an extended illness. He was born March 9, 1946, in Soddy, Tenn., the son of George Anderson and Nola Louise (May) Smith, and married Patricia Roberts on Dec. 14, 1966. She survives. Bob had been a carrier for The Daily Record and was a machine operator at Euclid Spiral Paper Tube in Apple Creek. Surviving in addition to his wife, are children, William Robert Smith Jr. of Wooster, Tim (Gina) Smith of Columbus, Christie (Ron) Pohl of Wooster, and Mary Beth (Robert) Bowen of Millersburg; grandchildren, Sammie

and Jeffrey Pohl, Zed Roberts, Calleigh Smith, Malia West and Kiana Gustafson; brothers and sisters, Donald Smith, Trish Fletcher, Brenda Sims, Linda Sneed and Gene Smith, all of Tennessee; numerous nieces and nephews; and his mother-in-law, Pauline Roberts of Killbuck. He was preceded in death by his parents; a sister, Hazel Walker; and a brother, Leon Smith. Private services will scheduled for a later date. Alexander Funeral Home, Millersburg, is assisting the family. The family suggests memorial contributions be made to Hospice & Palliative Care of Greater Wayne (Holmes) County, 2525 Back Orrville Road, Wooster 44691.

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Douglas Boals, 45 Douglas Allen Boals, 45, of state Route 39, Loudonville, passed away Monday, Sept. 2, 2013, at the home of his sisters, Sheryl A. Bates and Kim M. Lewis, after a very long, courag e o u s battle with health issues resulting from a car accident when he was a high school senior. Doug was born Sept. 18, 1967, the son of Douglas W. and Nona R. Boals. He was surrounded by his loving family when he was taken to be with our Lord. Surviving are a son, Douglas G. Boals of Warsaw, who was his pride and joy and reason for living. He is also survived by his mother, Nona R. Boals of Loudonville;

sisters, Sheryl A. Bates, Teresa “Teri” Derr, and Kim M. Lewis, all of Dalton, Ga.; nieces and nephews, “Boomer” Charles D. Bates, Samantha J. Bates, Jillian A. Derr, Seth D. Uhl, Whitney H. Derr and Dyllan E. Uhl; great-niece and great-nephew, Paisley M. Bates and Maverick A. Bates; numerous aunts, uncles and cousins; and special friends, Robert D. Bates, David A. Uhl, and Kimmie and Tim Saurers. Doug was preceded in death by his father, Douglas W. Boals, who passed away March 8, 1992. Doug will be sadly missed by his son, family, and friends. Graveside services were Monday, Sept. 9 in Newkirk Cemetery near Big Prairie, where Doug will be laid to rest near his dad. Byerly-Lindsey Funeral Home, Loudonville, assisted the family.

Eli Kandel, 87 Eli V. Kandel, 87, of Berlin, went to his Heavenly Home to be with his Lord and Savior Friday afternoon, Sept. 6, 2013, at Wooster C o m munity Hospital, after a very courageous battle with bone cancer. He was born July 27, 1926, in Holmes County, the son of Abe E. and Amanda (Miller) Kandel, and married Grace Lahm on Sept. 28, 1945. She preceded him in death Dec. 25, 1989. He later married Mary Wengerd on Feb. 6, 1993. She survives. Eli was a farmer, a salesman for Horrisberger Implement for 30 years, and had worked at Berlin Water Company for many years. He had been a volunteer manager at SaveN-Serve, and had worked 11 years at Mast Pharmacy. He was a life member of Martins Creek Mennonite Church and was a charter member of East Holmes Fire & EMT. Eli loved making apple butter, and enjoyed fixing things. He was a regular Mr. Fix It. Surviving in addition to his loving wife, Mary, are children Lowell Kandel of Berlin, Diane (Marv) Hol-

sopple of Harrisonburg, Va., and Gloria (Dewey) Mishler of Berlin; stepchildren, Pat (Gary) Leatherman of Holmesville, Lynn (Sharon) Kandel of Millersburg, Randy (Irene) Kandel of Fredericksburg and Kaye (Wayne) Yoder of Millersburg; eight grandchildren; 12 step-grandchildren; 13 great-grandchildren; 11 step-great-grandchildren; and sisters, Helen (Aden) Yoder of Indiana, and Sue Yoder of Millersburg. In addition to his first wife, he was preceded in death by his parents; a great-granddaughter, Faith; daughter-in-law, Nancy Kandel; a brother, Olen Kandel; and a sister, Vera Weaver. Memorial services were Monday, Sept. 9, at Martins Creek Mennonite Church, with pastor Jay Conn officiating. Family burial was Monday in the church cemetery. Arrangements were handled by Alexander Funeral Home, Millersburg. The family suggests memorial contributions be made to LifeCare Hospice (formerly Hospice & Palliative Care of Greater Wayne (Holmes) County), 2525 Back Orrville Road, Wooster 44691; or Martins Creek Mennonite Church Missions Fund, 6111 County Road 203, Millersburg 44654.

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Arnold throws a wrench in River View’s plans By KEVIN LYNCH Staff Writer The River View Black Bears had a game plan: they were not going to let All-Ohio running back Layne Perone beat them. Senior wingback Brady Arnold disrupted that game plan from the first play of the game, when he took the opening kickoff 84 yards for a score and a 7-0 lead before most of the fans were settled in their seats. Arnold made his presence felt all over the field, setting a school record for receiving — in the first half alone— as the Knights mauled the Black Bears 59-0 Friday at Don Rushing Stadium at River View High School. Arnold hauled in four passes for 190 yards, two of them for touchdowns. “You just want to go in and try and make a play for your team,” Arnold said. “I just happened to do that with my receiving tonight. It all worked out. I just want to help my team win. If it’s at quarterback, running back, receiver, anywhere I can make a play, I like doing it.” The Bears answered the opening score with a drive deep into West Holmes territory, only to have Arnold make a tackle on a fourth-down run to stifle River View and give the ball back to the Knights at their own 16. On the first play from scrimmage, Brody Miller used a play-action fake to Perone and hit Arnold at midfield. After darting and dodging his way past a few defenders, he was dragged down at the River View 2, setting up a touchdown plunge by Perone, who was held to a mortal-like 84 yards on 14 carries. River View was committed to shutting down Perone. Fortunately for the Knights, they have a multitude of weapons to turn to on offense. “We thought we knew what kind of defense they were going to be in. We saw a mismatch, so we threw that Purdue deep (on the first play),” West Holmes coach Kevin Maltarich said. “Brady is a heck of an athlete, and going into this year, we wanted to figure out how to get the ball into his hands more often because we know what he can do with it. “It just goes to show

you, if people are going to stack the box with 10 or 11 people, we can do some other things,” Maltarich added. Arnold hauled in a 34-yard scoring strike from Brody Miller to make it 21-0 Knights after the first quarter. “Hey, we’ll take what they give us and and if that means throwing the ball, we’ll put some points on the board with it,” Maltarich said. Miller connected with Arnold on another long pass, this time a 46-yarder for a score and a 28-0 lead at 10:05 of the second quarter. “Brody’s a heck of a quarterback,” Arnold said. “I was just biding my time there until he could come in and explode.” Miller completed 6-of-6 passes in the first half for 242 yards. After a River View punt, the Knight unleashed another weapon in junior running back Luke Ogi. All he did was carry the ball six times for 155 yards and a pair of long touchdown runs. Ogi busted loose on a 64-yard scoring scamper to give the Knights a 35-0 lead. Josh Carsner recovered a pooch kick for the Knights at the River View 42, where it took nine plays for West Holmes to score, Arnold racing in from 9 yards out for a 42-0 lead at the half. Miller finally misfired on a pass, but it was negated on a roughing the passer penalty. He also had a 24-yard touchdown pass to tight end Levi Jones wiped out on a holding penalty on that drive. To make matters worse, the Black Bears fumbled the ball on their first possession of the second half and Grayson Miller recovered on the River View 24. From there, Perone bulled his way into the end zone for a 49-0 advantage. Ogi intercepted a Zach Fouch pass and returned it to the River View 38, but the Knights came up empty for the first time on the night. The Bears were forced to punt three plays later, pinning the Knights at their own 13. Ogi went off tackle and outran the defense for an 87-yard score. Logan Gallion converted his eighth point-after kick for a 56-0 lead. Gallion capped off the scoring with a 26-yard

field goal. “A big win like this does a lot for our confidence, especially the defense, getting a shutout,” Arnold said. “We pride ourselves on defense, and getting a shutout really boosts our morale and brings us closer together. Hopefully, we can do big things and keep moving forward.” West Holmes special teams had a big night. “It was nice to see our kick-off team get some confidence,” Maltarich said. “There were still a couple errors we made that we need to shore up, but overall, it was night and day better than our last game. “There is always something that we’ve got to get better at,” the coach continued. “We can’t sit here and pat ourselves on the back for putting up 59. We’ve got to keep improving each and every day. You never play a perfect game, but that’s what we strive for. There’s plenty of things that we need to work on. I saw a lot of good things, but I saw a lot of things we’ve got to fix.” Miller finished the game 6-for-7 for 242 yards and two touchdowns before turning things over to sophomore signal caller Mitch Tyson, who engineered the show through the fourth quarter. “It’s not how many times you throw, but it’s how effective are you when you do,” Maltarich said. West Holmes hosts Coshocton this week in the Homecoming game for the Knights.

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Luke Ogi breaks the tackle of a River View defender on his way to a long gainer during action Friday against the Black Bears. Ogi rushed for 155 yards on six carries including a pair of long touchdown runs of more than 60 yards.

SPORTS FANS! Sports fans in the United States can get pretty worked up, but soccer fans overseas can be downright crazy. In the spring of 2013, furious supporters of the Austrian team Rapid Wien bricked up the franchise offices and hung a photo of the general manager with the caption, “I’m not allowed in.” In Greece, a game between Panthrakikos and AEK Athens was stopped early when AEK backers came out of the stands and chased their team’s players off the field after they surrendered a late-game goal. San Diego Padres rookie catcher Yasmani Grandal made major league history in his very first game after being called up in June of 2013. He flied out his first time at bat, but blasted a home run his second time up. Grandal, a switch-hitter, cracked his first homer hitting righty. In his next at bat, he homered again, this time from the left side. Grandal thus became the sixth player in the last 40 years to hit two home runs in his first game, but the first ever whose initial two hits were homers from opposite sides of the plate. Greatest college football coach of all time? How about Larry Kehres? Who? Kehres coached at Division III Mount Union in Ohio for 27 years. Along the way, he compiled an astounding 332-24-3 record, with 21 undefeated regular seasons and 11 Division III national titles – in 1993, ‘96, ‘97, ‘98, 2000, ‘01, ‘02, ‘05, ‘08 and ‘12. Kehres stepped down after the 2012 season and his son, Vince, took over as coach of the Purple Raiders, following in his father’s footsteps but with some mighty big shoes to fill.

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Second-half surge lifts Hiland over West Holmes By KEVIN LYNCH Staff Writer West Holmes went to Hiland Thursday night in search of its initial win of the season. The Hawks were trying to stop a two-game skid. Something had to give in the battle for bragging rights in Holmes County. After the Hawks scored the third goal of the game early in the second half to take a 3-nil lead, it was the composure and confidence of the Knights that gave way, and the flood gates opened. Hiland poured in three more goals en route to a 6-0 thumping of winless West Holmes. The win improved the Hawks’ record to 3-2, while the Knights dipped to 0-5-1. “Those first two goals really took the wind out of our sails,” said West Holmes coach Nic Fioritto. “They finished off set pieces and crosses. “After that, I thought we gained our composure for a few minutes, but that second half we started making poor decisions,” the coach continued. “Hiland’s a tough enough team to beat with 11 players, but when you go down to nine, it certainly doesn’t help the situation.” Hunter Herrera put the Hawks ahead 1-0 when he knocked home a rebound of a shot by teammate Garrett Snow that West Holmes keeper Logan Gallion blocked, but right to the foot of Herrera. The senior forward made it 2-0 Hawks with a header of a corner kick sent in by Brandon Kozak. That’s where the score stood going into the half. The Hawks made it 3-0 when Alex Mast knocked in a chip shot off a feed from Jon Phillips, who drew Gallion out to cover him and dropped a beautiful pass to Mast, who hammered it home.

The Knights went a man down shortly after that, as Lane Miller was red-carded for making comments to the officials. It didn’t take long for the Hawks to take advantage of the man advantage, and Snow blasted home a goal off a rebound of a shot by Jeff Mast off a corner kick. “When we had chances to score, we did a nice job of finishing, which is good to see,” said Hawks coach Scott Bodiker. “We possessed the ball well and didn’t have any real lapses in concentration like we have recently.” Juniors Zach Lowe and Collin Blochlinger teamed up for Hiland’s next tally with Lowe finishing off the feed from his classmate with 17:47 remaining. West Holmes defender Nick Roush was whistled with a yellow card for taking down Jeff Mast in the goal box, which led to the Hawks’ final score, a penalty kick by Kozak at 14:08. It was Roush’s second yellow card of the game, forcing him to exit and leaving the Knights another man down. Hiland played keep-away for the remaining minutes of the game to complete the whitewash. The Hawks held a 20-2 advantage in shots on goal and had a 7-1 edge in corner kicks. Tyler Hochstetler and Taylor Raber each had a save in goal for the winners, while Gallion snared seven shots and Jordan Stutzman saved one in goal for the Knights. “This was a good win for us,” Bodiker said. “The second half we had them on their heels a lot, making them play facing their own goal. That’s usually good for the offense when the defense has to turn and face their own goal. “We scored well the first two games,

Holmes County Sports Hall of Fame

Lee Ann Myers-Race was Knight of the Year for WHHS in 1987 Lee Ann Myers-Race played at West Holmes beginning her freshman year 1983 through her senior season 1987. She won three letters in volleyball, four in basketball and three more in track. She also garnered a letter in softball her senior season. She was selected District 5 player of the year after her senior season in volleyball, earning secondteam All-Ohio honors. She was also a member of one of the winningest basketball programs in Ohio High School history, of which their 108 straight wins is a record that still stands today. Besides earning firstteam all conference honors, she was named MVP of the state tournament her junior year. She finished her career with 989 points, leaving her sixth in career scoring.

In track, she earned league championships in long jump and high jump. She was Knight of the Year in 1987 for her athletic and academic accomplishments. She played basketball for one year at Muskingum College and then transferred to North Central State College, where she earned her Associate’s Degree in Business Management. She is currently working on her bachelor’s degree in Organizational Management at Ashford University. Myers-Race began coaching junior high basketball six seasons ago under current coach and former teammate Lisa Patterson. She also serves as Athletic Director at West Holmes, once again teaming up with her former teammate Kris PipesPerone. She has been supported

by her parents Clarence and Donna Myers, and her husband Tony, to whom she has been married 16 years. They have two children, A.J and Paige. Myers-Race will join the other members of the Class of 2013 and the 1992 state champion Hiland Hawks basketball team in being celebrated on Saturday, Oct. 12, at 6:30 p.m at the Calrisle Village Inn. Editor’s note: This is part of a series of articles introducing the Holmes County Sports Hall of Fame Class of 2013. An induction ceremony will be held on Saturday, Oct. 12, at the Carlisle Village Inn in Walnut Creek. Tickets are available at the Gospel Bookstore in Berlin or at Rodhe’s IGA. Adult tickets are $20 and children (3-11) are $8.

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Brandon Kozak dribbles through the West Holmes defense. The junior had one of the goals in Hiland’s four-goal second half to help the Hawks roll over West Holmes 6-0. and then we played two teams that were really good, and we had some chances, but we didn’t score,” Bodiker added. “Hopefully this will be a confidence booster. West Holmes is not a bad team. In stretches there in the first half, they had a lot of good possessions. That third

goal made them lose a little focus and they lost confidence. At 2-0, they felt they were still in the game, but that third one kind of broke their back, a little bit.” “Hopefully we’ll learn from this. It was certainly a frustrating night for us,” Fioritto said.

Amazing start for Knights gridders By KEVIN LYNCH Staff Writer I realize we are only two weeks into the football season, bit I must admit how impressed I am with the work done by the West Holmes Knights. The Knights have scored a season’s worth of points (112) in their first two games, unleashing a multi-faceted offense that leaves teams scratching their heads as they wonder what just smashed them. Was it hard-charging running back Layne Perone, who piled up more than 250 yards in the season opener against Triway, running over and through potential tacklers? Or was it fleet-footed running back Luke Ogi, who once he reaches the corner, to borrow a phrase from Chicago White Sox broadcaster Ken Harrelson, “he gone.” Ogi already has three touchdown runs of longer than 60 yards. That dynamic duo

helped the Knights accumulate more than 500 yards in the opener against Triway. Then, there is the extremely gifted Brady Arnold, who proved he is not only quite capable on the hardwoods, but knows how to handle himself on the gridiron, where he has served as a quarterback, a wingback, a receiver, and an outstanding defensive back. Those three are the names that show up the most in the box score, but the group that so far has gained my seal of approval is the offensive line. Only senior center Alex Wengerd is a returner from last season. David Cagle and Austin Hebb have stepped in at tackle and are playing well, as are guards Matt Eastep and Grayson Miller. Tight end Levi Jones has proven to be a good blocker and a good receiver. He caught a pair of passes from Brody Miller last week, but only one counted, as

his 24-yard touchdown catch was called back for a penalty. Miller enjoyed an exceptional day under center for the Knights against River View, connecting on his first six passes for almost 250 yards. The Knights’ defense earned the shutout last week against the Bears, a big improvement over the opening-week showing. Albeit, the Black Bears aren’t quite the offensive juggernaut that Triway is with its potent passing attack. But a shutout is a shutout, no matter who it is against, and it is a way to build confidence in a unit that features a freshman, Trenton Bridenthal, in the defensive backfield. Things should be a little different this week when the Knights host Coshocton, but the Redskins are off to an 0-2 start this year and have not looked very good getting there.

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Obituaries Susan Baker, 67 Susan A. Baker, 67, of Big Prairie, passed away Friday, Sept. 6, 2013, at Akron General Medical Center. S h e was born Feb. 15, 1946, in Wooster to James A. and Norma J e a n (Biggs) Ernst and married John W. Baker Aug. 2, 1964. He survives. Along with her husband, she co-owned Village Insurance in Shreve and Burgett Insurance in Killbuck, where she worked along side him for a number of years. She was a 1964 graduate of Triway High School. The family would like to extend a special thanks to Shirley McMillen and Pat

Wanat for all their care shown to Susan. Surviving in addition to her husband, are sons, Jonathan (Amanda) Baker, Roderick (Shelley) Baker and Brandon (Renaee) Baker; granddaughters, Courtney, Madison and Josephine Baker; brothers, James (Karen) Ernst, Gerald Ernst and Bart (Mary) Ernst; and numerous nieces and nephews. She was preceded by her parents. The family suggests memorial contributions be made to West Holmes Marching Band Auxiliary, 10909 State Route 39, Millersburg 44654. Private graveside services will be held at a later date. Arrangements were handled by Schlabach Funeral Home in Shreve.

Library 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 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

Glenn Taulbee, 58 Glenn C. Taulbee, 58, of Apple Creek, passed away Saturday, Sept. 7, 2013, at University Hospital in Cleveland. H e w a s b o r n April 1 9 , 1955, in Po r t s mouth, the son of Henry C. Taulbee Jr. and Betty Howell Teeter. He was a truck driver for 25 years, had worked in the oil fields and for the last several years had worked as an independent maintenance man. He was a member of the Eagles, was an avid drag racer, loved gardening, fishing and spending time with his kids and grandchildren. Surviving are children, Sylvia Amstutz of Wooster, Dana Marsh of Ocala, Fla., Betty (Dave) Adams of Wooster and Glenna Shinn of Millersburg; special grandchildren, Breanna, Ted Jr.,

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Tarrant, Wade and Paytin, and numerous other grandchildren; numerous great-grandchildren; brothers Randy and Scott Taulbee, Andy Conkle; a sister, Sara (Tom) Jordan; a special cousin, Ann Harrison of Portsmouth; aunts June Williams and Judy Bear of Portsmouth; numerous cousins; and his former spouse, Sonja Taulbee. He was preceded in death by his parents; a brother, Mike Taulbee; and a grandson, Christopher Arnold. Friends will be received Saturday, Sept. 14 from 5-8 p.m. at McIntire, Bradham & Sleek Funeral Home, 216 E. Larwill St., Wooster. Services will be Sunday, Sept. 15 at 3 p.m. at the funeral home, with Tommy Williams officiating. Those who wish may make contributions to the funeral home to help defray expenses. Online condolences may be sent to the family at www. mcintirebradhamsleek. com.

Jesus is calling! Did you hear that! JESUS IS CALLING and He’s calling each of us! Just as He called B e t t y J a n e Chanay, 71, of Millersburg, on Friday evening, Sept. 6, 2 0 1 3 , at her home as she was surrounded by her loving family. At Heavens Gate, she was greeted by her parents, Harold “Peanut” and Lilly “Mam” Hayes, a brother Bill Hayes, a sister Anna Marie Mike and in-laws, Harold and Florence Chanay. Betty is survived by her loving and devoted husband Chick; sons, Tim (Tammie), Terry (Teresa) and Todd (Stacy); 13 grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; a brother, Robert Hayes of Millersburg; and a sister, Martha Anderson of Glen Eastern W.Va. Betty was a member of Eastern Star Chapter 38

of East Palestine, and was a dedicated, devoted and very loving foster grandmother to the Head Start program in Millersburg. She loved each and every person involved in the program. Funeral services were Tuesday, Sept. 10 at Killbuck United Methodist Church, with pastor Ken Smailes and Hospice Chaplin Virginia Pflueger officiating. Burial was in Killbuck Cemetery. Arrangements were handled by Alexander Funeral Home. The family suggests memorial contributions be made to the Emergency Fund, P.O. Box 180, Killbuck 44637; LifeCare Hospice (formerly Hospice & Palliative Care of Greater Wayne (Holmes) County), 2525 Back Orrville Road, Wooster 44691; or the Head Start Program. We also wish to thank all the friends who called on us or brought food, those who prayed with us and supported us in any way. May God bless all of you.

to provide community cards to Holmes County residents. To apply for the card and see card holder benefits, you may download an application from library/ or visit the Central Library in Millersburg for a paper form. All applications must e returned Midwest Cover Crops Field Guide to the Holmes County Producers who want to prevent soil erosion, improve nutrient cycling, sustain their soils, and protect the Library for processing. For environment have been returning to a very old practice: planting cover crops. information, contact Susan This guide will help you effectively select, grow, and use cover crops in your farming systems. While this Corl at 330-674-5972, Ext. guide isn’t the final word on cover crops, it is meant to be useful reference. 227 or email scorl@holmThis publication is available from Ohio State Extension, 75 E, Clinton St,, Suite 109, Millersburg, 674-3015.

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LEGAL COUNTY : HOLMES The following applications and/or verified complaints were received, and the following draft, proposed and final actions were issued, by the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (Ohio EPA) last week. The complete public notice including additional instructions for submitting comments, requesting information or a public hearing, or filing an appeal may be obtained at: /actions.aspx or Hearing Clerk, Ohio EPA, 50 W. Town St. P.O. Box 1049, Columbus, Ohio 43216. Ph: 614-644-2129 email: FINAL ISSUANCE OF PERMIT-TO-INSTALL AND OPERATE PROVIA WALNUT CREEK FACILITY 2150 STATE ROUTE 39 SUGARCREEK OH ACTION DATE : 08/27/2013 FACILITY DESCRIPTION: AIR IDENTIFICATION NO. : P0112954 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. Publish Holmes County Hub Shopper Septmber 12, 2013

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LOOKING FOR Experienced Concrete Laborers and Finishers. Please apply at 163 E. Adams St, Millersburg. NO CALLS PLEASE!

WANTED: DEPENDABLE driver and worker for mason crew. (330) 231-3854.

Millennia Housing Management Building Maintenance (full time) & Housekeeper (part time) Friday, September 13th from 9:30 am to 12:30 pm at the Holmes County JFS office, 2nd floor 85 N. Grant St. Millersburg. Bring your resume! Pre-employment credit/criminal/drug screen req. EOE. CLEANING CO. looking for exp'd help. Must pass background check & own transport. Must be ins'd & bonded. Resumes to: 5242 Force Rd, Shreve 44676 GENERAL LABORERS needed to conduct geophysical surveying. Job involves working outdoors while performing strenuous work. Requires a valid Ohio driver's license. Must be able to pass drug screen and background check. Job demands walking for long periods on uneven surfaces, and must be willing to work out of state at times. Health insurance paid, 401K. Apply in person M-F, 9a-4p at: Precision Geophysical 2695 SR 83 S Millersburg, Ohio 44654. OIL SERVICE rig taking applications for rig hands. (740) 824-4692. LOOKING FOR Older gentleman to haul Amish man around. One day a week. 330-763-0370. HELP WANTED: Construction Crew, Great opportunity. Just starting up. Paid driving time. Lots of work. Leave message during day or call evenings. 330-600-9580 RESIDENTIAL NEWSPAPER DELIVERY. Akron Beacon Journal independent contractor opportunities available in the Orrville & Wooster a r e a s . E a r n i n g s o f $600-$1000 or more per month depending on route and area. Early morning hours & reliable vehicle required. Contact Mike Callahan 330-669-9337 PARENTAL ASSISTANT to help with home schooling 8th & 9th graders, incls. housekeeping & other duties. Amish/ Mennonite preferred. Call 330-231-6936.

NEEDED: Experienced Timber Cutter. Tired of working in the hills? Want jobs close to home? $35/mworking w/ experienced skidder operator. Call 330-465-2631. RICELAND CABINET is accepting applications for painters who have experience spraying conversion varnish, experienced cabinet builders, experienced installers and installer subs. Ask about transportation services. Applications can be filled out at 326 N. Hillcrest, Wooster, OH – NO PHONE CALLS. MILLERS DUTCH Kitchen in Baltic is looking for kitchen help. Pleasant working environment, transportation can be provided. Call (330) 556-4501.

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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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HELP WANTED: Sunday housekeeping & laundry position. Open to meticulous, energetic individual. Call (330) 674-7152 America’s Best Bowstrings is adding manufacturing positions. Benefits include, competitive pay and bonus structure, health insurance, paid holidays, paid vacation, etc. The ideal candidate will be over 18, with a desire to work in a fast paced production environment. Applicants should contact Joe at 330-893-7155 to setup an interview. DRIVER/WORKER NEEDED to deliver storage barns. Clean driving record, CDL, Self motivation needed! Immediate Opening. Affordable Barn Company. 330-674-3001. CUSTOMER SERVICE Representative needed with cheerful, team-oriented attitude, computer skills necessary, part-time. Call 330-231-6936. OUTPATIENT THERAPIST LIBERTY CENTER Connections is dedicated to the prevention & treatment of addiction disease. The Outpatient Therapist will work one- on-one with clients to assist them in their recovery and work closely in our Medicated Assisted Treatment Program. Previous experience & independent license preferred. PC, LSW, LISW, CCDC. Full-time with excellent benefits. Flexibility required for evening hours. Apply: Therapist, 104 Spink St., Wooster OH 44691 or E-Mail: EOE AMISH CREW looking for full time. Must live close to Millersburg. Call 330763-3937

Looking for qualified HHA's with previous experience in a facility/agency, or new STNA, for home care in the Holmes County area. BCII background check and drug test required. All shifts available. Must be flexible and be available every other weekend. Only serious/ qualified applicants need apply. Call Pam @ 740-623-2949 or 1-877-759-2106 EOE EASTER SEALS seeks STNA's for homecare services. Must have reliable transportation, TB test, BCII, and car insurance. Submit resume to:

195 Services PART-TIME THERAPIST CHRISTIAN Childrens Home of Ohio is seeking licensed Christian therapist to provide assessment & therapy for children, adults, & families for New Beginnings at CityHill in Richland/Ashland Co area. Applicants must have social worker or counselor license. Training & supervision for certification as trauma specialist offered. EOE. Download application online at CCHO.ORG, send w/resume to HR, PO Box 765, Wooster, OH 44691. No phone calls please.

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LOOKING FOR Individuals to work with developmental disabilities in Killbuck area. If interested contact 330-340-5487.

DRIVER/WORKER Needed for mason crew. Mostly local work, nonsmoker. Eddie Miller, Winesburg. (330) 359-1902.


SKILLED CRAFTSMAN needed for interior home remodel, good job for semi- or retired craftsman, P/T flexible hours, exp required. Millersburg. (330) 231-7501

Experienced Horse Stall cleaners needed. Part time AM job. Call (330)674-2503 Leave message with horse experience description.

COMPLETE SET Mbg. antique Festival plates. 1973-2006. Also, carnival plates, 7, $499. complete. Call 330-279-2941

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FOR SALE: D & S Rite Burn stove, G o o d condition, $1,200 OBO. (330) 263-0040 PERFECTION NATURAL Gas Heater 35000 btu, $100. 5 high pressure natural gas lights plus 150' quarter inch copper tubing and fitting, $100. Willis Keim (330) 359-0021. PREMIER NATURAL Gas Standing P i l o t Cook Stove, Works Good. $275 (330) 473-9944 FOR SALE: 16 Humphrey Lights, $30 each or all for $400. (330) 852-7616 VM Steven Hershberger, 10105 Old Zimmerman Rd, Sugarcreek, OH 44681 MAGIC CHEF, Natural Gas Stove, nice condition. $200 (330) 496-3143 FOR SALE: Maytag washer (top load 3.4 cu. ft.). Maytag dryer (7 cu. ft.) 1 year old, like new matching pair. Paid $1,150, asking $875. (330) 893-4062. FREE STANDING Convection Oven, works good , $275. (330) 359-0270 PORTABLE CLOTHES Washer, Stainless tub, Great for travel camper or Apartment. New, never used. $250 (330) 897-0160 MAGIC CHEF 15 cf fridge, $175. Westinghouse 12 cf upright freezer, $125. Both very good. Deal for both. Call anytime (330) 852-6055. FOR SALE: Upright Freezer, Kelvinator, Good condition. (330) 674-1694†Ext 2 Leave message. FOR SALE: TRISTAR Sweeper with attachments. $300/obo. (330) 600-0123.

TO $22,000 each, '97 Timberjack 460 Skidder dual arch grapple. $40,000, Hamm Smooth Drum Roller $17,500, Case 602 Vibromax Pad Foot Roller $14,500, '00 Genie Lift Z60/34 articulated boom $22,500, '94 Moxy MT30S-3 6X6 off road dump. $18,500, '71CAT 613 Self Loading Scraper, 3208 cat engine. $8,500. Lots of misc. forks and buckets. Call Firmen at 330-464-1428 or 330-567-3886


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2355 JOHN Deere Tractor, 6100hrs, Good Condition. $7,850. (330) 674-7440†Ext 1. OLD FORD Backhoe diesel and tri axle equipment trailer, all for $4,500/obo. No Sunday Sales! 330-276-9908/ 276-5417. 2004 New Holland TL100 4X4 Reverser, cab, heat, air 3400 HRS $22,500, 2000 New Holland TS110 4X4 Tractor $21,000, 5640 Ford Tractor cab, heat, air $12,500, JD 4430 Tractor $8500, JD 401B good tractor $7500, '06 Bobcat S130 skid steer 1570 hrs $17,250, '99 JD 270 skid steer very good $15,500, SK1020 Komatsu skid steer $15,000, 5635 Gehl skid steer with tracks $10,500, '88 Case 350B Crawler Loader $5500. Call Firmen at 330-464-1428 or 330-567-3886 FOR SALE: #7 McCormick Silo Filler, Also Hay hoist w/tractor pulley. Jacob M. Yoder, 3053 TR 606, Fredericksburg (330) 359-0140 FOR SALE: LS150 Skid loader, $10,000. (330) 695-2148†x3 FOR SALE: John Deere 4000 Series Dozer winch with log arch and good cable. Fits on all G model dozers. Winch is still on dozer if you like to see it work. In good condition. (740) 610-1776. 600 GALLON Zero Bulk Tank with


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FOR SALE: Case 1840 Skid Loader, Foam wheels, $7,800. forks extra. (330) 674-2002 VM 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 MATTHEW FERGUSON 165 Diesel in fair condition. $3,800/obo. 330-600-0413. BADGER SILAGE Blower. Also size 250 Gravity Wagon. (330) 695-6793 FOR SALE: CAT 518 Log skidder. Works good. Willis Hershberger. 5601 Edgar St, Millersburg. (330) 893-1805. N.I #9 Spreader, N.I. #14 Spreader, N.I. #12 Spreader, M.H. PTO 110 Bushel Spreader. All reconditoned, field ready. (330) 852-2666 MC-D 7' PTO Mower, Set up with 8HP Honda motor, $1,500. Also, 8x12 JL Hay feeder, $900. Sam Yoder, (330) 897-2024 Ext. 0 OLDER TOYOTA 6, 000lb Fork Lift. Gasoline, 3 stage mast, side shift, indoor tires. Works well, Make offer! 330-852-0188. 2012 JD 5065E 65HP Tractor, MFWD, Loader Ready, Low hours, $23,500. (330) 674-4426 JOHN DEERE LA $3,500, John Deere B Original rims, $2,500. John Deere H Electric start, $2,700. Farmall A with belly mower $1,500. Farmall C $1,500, Farmall cub, original tires, $2,000. Farmall cub with belly mower, $1,500. Ferguson TO30, $1,700. Finish mower, $1,000. Belly mower, $700. IN502 Brush Hog, $1,000. Case 350 dozer, $5,500. 11' pontoon paddle boat, $400. 17' Aluminum canoe, $300. (330) 763-0208. KUBOTA FOUR wheel drive utility tractor. 4 cyl. diesel, $2,000. (330) 897-7260 16-ft. Bale King wagon, new floor, good

w/ new 5 HP Mueller Compres- gear, $1800; 16-ft. Gehl forage wagon Construction Equipment washer sor. (330) 763-1595. w/tandem gear, good working cond.,

FOR RENT: S185 BobCat with steel tracks, forks & bucket. $18./hr.; JLG Scissor-lift, $50/day or $200/wk.; 42-ft. JLG Grade-All, $175/day or $700/wk; 24' Aluminum plank, $15/day or $60/wk. 330-897- 1222x3 FOR RENT: D5C Dozer, $28 pr. hr. Eli Weaver 7841 CR 373 Big Praire, OH 44611 BURKEEN TRENCHER Model B36 with Kubota engine, 6 way blade, 4"x5' trencher. Good condition, $4,900. (330) 600-2206. 07 650J six way dozer $50,000, '05 650J LT six way dozer w/ ripper $56,000, '05 Cat D5G six way dozer w/ winch only, 2700 hrs $75,000, '04 JD 650H LGP only 2600 hrs $40,000, '04 JD 650H LGP Dozer $37,500, '02 JD 650H Dozer $35,000, '05 Case 850K LGP with Carco 30B winch and arch 3700 hrs $55,000, '95 Cat D6H Good Machine $35,000, JD 850B w/ winch $26,000, '91 Case 850D six way dozer, very nice $21,000, Cat D4D dozer $15,000, '86 Case 450C Dozer, six way, cummins $15,000, '06 Komatsu PC200LC-8 $93,000, '00 Komatsu PC100-6 excavator 9K hrs Nice $31,00, '01 JD160LC w/ thumb and pattern changer $45,500, '02 JD160LC w/ thumb and pattern changer $45,500, '10 JD35D excavator $32,000, '06 TB153FR mini hoe low hrs. $42,500, '07 TB145 excavator only 1500 hrs. Hyd thumb $37,000, '06 Yanmar VIO35 mini hoe $18,500, '04 Yanmar VIO35 mini hoe $14,000, Case 480C Back hoe $8500, '09 Cat IT14G Wheel Loader cab, heat, air 7K hrs. nice $30,000, '07 JD605C crawler loader w/ forks $55,000, JD 555G crawler loader, rebuilt trans $21,000, '89 JD455G crawler loader cab, tooth bucket $19,500, Case 455C Loader $17,500, JCB 214S Grademaster 4X4 loader landscaper. $14,750, Case 450 Loader $5000, '03 JD 648G-III Grapple Skidder $55,000, '94 JD 648E skidder $24,500, '95 JD 548E skidder $24,500, 2- JD 540B Skidder $19,500 each, '96 Franklin 170 grapple skidder, new rear tires $18,500, '83 JD 640 Skidder $17,000, 2- JD 440C Skidder $19,500

GEHL 1060 Chopper with TR 3038 horn head and HA1210 7' Grass head, $2,000/obo. (330) 231-0477. TIMBER CUTTER/DRIVER needed on Timber crew. Call Joe Raber, (330) 473-8955 John Deere 24T Square Baler. John Deere 14T Square Baler w/motor. New Holland 256 Rake. New Holland 456 & 455 Belt Drive Mowers. Corn Stalk Chopper. Gravity Wagons. Andy J Raber. (330) 893-0303. 3 MAYTAG Engines, Restored, $240 ea or all for $650. (330) 401-8262 WANTED: Manurer spreader tailgate. 46" wide 23" high. (330) 852-0722

$3500/obo. 330-464-8083

210 KNUCKLEBOOM prentice log loader. Mounted on trailer, $22,000. 330-893-2797 or 330-231-3022. Roto Tiller, 74" wide, for 3pt tractor. Mt. Eaton Trailer, 330-359-0150

FOR SALE: New Holland LS 160 Skid Loader, 5273hrs, Filled Tires. Andy A. Troyer, 8689 TR 609, Fredericksburg Oh (330) 695-2035

(7) 3' BLOW FANS w/Hydralic motors, (6) Ceiling Fans w/Air motors. Levi EL Hershberger, 3765 SR 39 Millersburg. (330) 893-3263


ATTENTION WILL do custom round baling, hard core or soft core. With knives or without. Wet or dry. Also, mowing, raking hay, small square baling, other field work. Wayne Miller 330-763-1070.

FOR SALE: SPLIT SEASONED hardwood, pickup or delivery. (330) 674-1430

YOUR HAY your way. Hay out of the field. Small or large, Square or Round. (330) 852-3072

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

FOR SALE: 3rd cutting orchard grass alfalfa hay $4.00/bale. Eli. A Yoder. 4484 TR 371, Millersburg. (330) 893-2037

SPLIT & seasoned hickory firewood. Also will custom cut 2-specific length for outdoor woodburners. Delivery available. Call evenings. (330) 275-7980

30 ACRES OF CORN Silage in Walnut Creek Area. (330) 763-1595. NEW 1ST Cutting mix, round bales, Good Horse hay, 60 available, $60 a piece. (330) 472-2613


HAY FOR SALE. Lg. Round bales, $65. Great horse hay. 330- 749-2248.

* High Quality Malting Barley * 95%+ Germination Rate *02300 48#+AD13087173 Test Weight 144 1X2Clean * 99% SGI Ventures * No Contaminants * Can Replace Organic

FOR SALE: 1st & 2nd cutting mixed round bales; 2nd & 3rd cutting alfafa round bales - all stored inside. (330) 852-4369. INCREDIBLE SWEET Corn, Ready Now. No Spray. $3/doz. Pick your own $2.50/doz David H Yoder, 2905 TR 406, Millersburg (330) 893-2892

Call “Barley Guy” for Quote

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NOTICE: WE ARE taking orders for 3rd cutting orchard grass alfalfa hay out of the field. $250/ton. Eli. A Yoder. 4484 TR 371, Millersburg. (330) 893-2037

1ST CUTTING Grass Hay, 4x5 net wrap rounds bales. $50 picked up or $60 delivered within Sugar Creek area. 30 available, $1,450 for all/obo. (330) 260-0437.

4x5 ROUND BALE, First Cutting Grass Hay, $60/bale, (330) 440-4546

LOCUSTS POST, 7 ft, $3.50 each. VM 330-674-5740

FOR SALE: Organic Ear Corn, $300/ton. Organic Corn Fodder, $30/bale. Organic Sudan Grass. Conventional Forage Oats, $20/bale. Conventional Mulch or Straw $5/bale. Conventional Good Alfalfa Hay, $70/bale. Organic 3rd Cutting Hay. (330) 567-2249

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YARD SALE: 5 Family, Sept 19-?, 9-5 366 S. Railroad St., & Main. Killbuck Ohio. Community Garage Sale! Thurs-Sat, Sept 12-14, 9am-2pm. Appliances, Furniture, Home goods, clothes. Huge indoor Sale! 875 Kidron Rd. Orrville.


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R & S HORSE Training and Boarding. 4 year experience. WANTED used round pen. 330-401-8297 FOR SALE: Cheviot Ram Lots of twins and triplets, $180. Paul Raber 3759 TR 606 Fredericksburg, OH 44627 PUREBRED SHETLAND Yearling. Children friendly, $150. Weanling Quarter Pony Filly, $150. Paint Filly, Will be horse size, Buck skin and white, $175 or trade for minis. (740) 824-4361.

FOR SALE: 10 acres silage corn, No spray. Vernon Mast, St Rt 39, (330) 674-7817


10 YR OLD Big Trotter, Good family

40- 800LB. round bales beef hay. New seeding alfalfa with weeds, $30/bale. Delivery available. (330) 472-2613.

FOR SALE: Split Seasoned Firewood, $100/Cord, Nathan Mast, (330) 852-4925



ert Raber, 4808 TR 616, 1 mile NW of Mt Hope. (330) 674-0035 after 4pm.

HOLSTEIN DAIRY Bulls for Rent, (330) 852-3719

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FOR SALE: Firewood, seasoned split hardwood, $140/cord, $70/half cord/pick up. Big Prairie/Nashville Area. 330-231-3980

TAKING ORDERS Concord Grape Juice concentrate. No sugar, no preservatives added! Available in quarts, gallons, and 5 gallons. Junior Erb (330) 852-2666 x4

268 E. Lisbon St, Waynesburg Why rent? Very affordable 3 BR home ready to move in, Replacement windows, 2 car detached garage. 50x180 lot. $49,900 Steve Maag, 330-763-4769

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FIREWOOD FOR SALE. Dried, Hardwood, Firewood cut to length. Delivery available. Call for pricing. Winesburg Area. 330-231-9647.

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NEW HOLLAND 717 Chopper. John Deere 3940 Chopper. Also, New Holland Forage Wagon, Tantum axel, New Holland 273 baler, 469 Haybine-field ready, Tandem axel badger gear. 8' and 12' disc, 6' 3 point brush hog, 3 point blade, 16' & 20' trailers, Small square hay elevator, Calf hutches, Gravity wagon, Grain auger, Hydraulic dump wagon, Vermeer 8 wheel hay rake and horse spinner hay cutter. 485 Case International Tractor, Hydra-mac 12c skid loader, (330) 763-1070.

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LOCUSTS POSTS, $5/ea. (330) 852-7616 VM Steven Hershberger, 10105 Old Zimmerman Rd. Sugarcreek OH 44681

MCCORMICK-DEERING Corn Binder Loader, Used 1 season, (330) 473-0096 FOR RENT Bobcat T300 skid loader, $25/hr.; Bobcat Mini Hoe, $22/hr. +fuel (330) 231-6196

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FOR SALE: Triolet 900 TMR Mixer, In good condition. $14,900. (2) 5200 Miller Pro right side unload silage wagons, tandem axle, $6,900 ea. Homemade double hitch for hay rake and 256 New Holland Hay rake, $1950 for both. John Deere 3950 Two Row wide corn head, Chopper, w/hay head. Call for price. 5220 Case International 115HP Tractor, Power shift, 90% rubber on rear tires. $15,900. (330) 674-3252

KUBOTA MX5100 Tractor, 50HP, 90hrs, 2-wheel drive, Like new, $12,900. Call David (330) 674-5499 Ext 1

NEW HOLLAND 717 Chopper, New idea 323 Picker, Both field ready. (330) 695-6793


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888 Maxwell Ave, Millersburg Great Location! 3 BR ranch with newer roof , siding and windows. 1 ½ lots. Only $99,900 Jake Schlabach,


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Auctioneer Myron Miller

27390 SR 751, Newcomerstown 5 bdrm 3 bath home on 23 beautiful acres. Finished basement, nicely landscaped back patio, 22x40 barn. Free gas and all minerals transfer. $395,000 Curt Yoder 330.204.2447 Kate Overton 330.204.9339

4805 TR 366 #211, Berlin 2 BR, 2 bath Candleberry Picket place condo. 1276 sq ft with open kitchen. 2 car garage. Agent owned $149,000 Steve Maag,



GLEANER ANTIQUES-Ashland. Fall Open House, Sept. 12-14, 10-5. Door Prizes/Sales. Fresh Bittersweet.

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15 YEAR OLD Standardbred Horse, TSS, Good traveler, $1,000. Norman Yoder (330) 893-7421. 1-2 YEAR OLD 47" Paint Filly,1-1 YEAR OLD 46" Paint Stud, 1-1 YEAR old 40" Paint Stud, All are green broke to drive. Eli Yoder, (330) 897-2701. 3 YR old small black pony stallion, Kid broke to drive, $250. (330) 674-4997 7 YR old Bay Gelding, Well Built, Surrey size, Shys about big trucks, Good traveler, $1,950. Ivan Yoder, (330) 674-2045 WANTED: SMALL well broke pony for a 5 yr old girl. (330) 893-3858 B. ROCK R.I.R. pullets. Ready Oct. 1st. Also Qtr. sawn R.O. W.O. Lumber and split rails. 330-893-3148

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FOR Sale: Golden Comet Pullets, starting to lay around the first of October. Also Paint & Hackney Ponies for sale. (330) 852-2979 FOR SALE: 4 month old crossbred steer, $225. (330)852-2358 3 YR old Gelding Boys Horse, very well broke, one white sock, fancy. $2,500. 4 yr old Gelding, Big Strong surrey horse, D/G, Good broke, $2,000. Both are TSS, Two week trial. Marcus Mullet (330) 852-2826

4 YR. OLD Paint pony gelding. T.S.S. Would make a good school pony. Drives with a little snap. Ivan L. Miller, 6864 Salt Creek Rd. Fredericksburg, OH 44627

FOR SALE: 6 yr. old paint pony mare. 35 inches, broke, $350. 6645 Saltcreek Rd. Fredericksburg, OH 44627 4 YR. old kid broke to ride and drive. Dapple gray, 35", $450. 330-852-3809 FOR SALE: 9 YR. old black quarter horse, broke to ride, been on trails. (740) 622-1109.

 (2) PERCHERON Yearling Stud Colts, (330) 231-1274 

GOLDEN BUFF Pullets. Ready for pickup Oct 8th, $8.00 each. Delivery available. Order Now! (330) 567-2592.

FOR SALE: 7 yr old Gelding & 5 yr old Gelding, Both horse are big enough for surrey, Also have other horses on hand to suit most anyone. Loran Schlabach (330) 852-3096

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FOR SALE: 7 YEAR OLD Big, Strong, Standardbred Mare, All trot, TSS. $2,200 4 YEAR OLD Gelding, TSS, Mostly trot, good boys horse. $2,000. 4 YEAR OLD Trottingbred by conway hall, TSS the right kind. $4,200. John D. Miller, 1198 TR 169, Sugarcreek. 330-852-2162.

5 MO old Katahdin, (5) Ewes, (1) Ram, $150 ea. (330) 897-6602

4 YR OLD Mutineer trotting gelding. 16.1 H., dark bay, white markings. Well broke. Vernon Yoder, 6135 T. R. 362, Millersburg, OH 44654

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GOLDEN COMETS, 18 yearling Hens, 10 young Golden Comet Hens. Both laying good. 330-988-2153 MINIATURE CATTLE. 2 black dexter cross cows, $500 each. Also, Australian Shepherd puppies, First shots and wormed, $150. 740 398-9382. Ponies for Sale! Some broke, Some not. Robert Raber, 4808 TR 616, 1 mile NW of Mt Hope. (330) 674-0035 after 4pm.


115 REGISTERED & GRADE CATTLE 115 Will sell on the farm located at 4485 TR 368 Millersburg, OH. From Berlin take SR 39 east a long mile to TR 369 (at Kline Lumber) then south 7/10 mile to TR 368 and west 1/4 mile to farm.

WED., SEPTEMBER 18, 2013 10:30 AM The milking herd consists of approx. 65 head w/7 head calving in Aug./Sept. and 29 that were fresh in June & July. The balance of the mature cows are in various stages of lactation. Selling a 4 yr. old Reg. Lou dtr. fresh 30 days that is 4400+ over herdmates A 2 yr. old Mickey milking in the 80’s and 3600+ over herdmates are a couple of the highlights. The herd is housed in freestalls and milked in a Herringbone parlor. Cows are TMR fed and all are vac. with Vira Shield 6 + L5 HB. The rolling herd average is currently 17,760 M w/3.8% BF – 3.0% P but they are the kind that have the ability to produce a lot more. (A couple years ago this herd was over 24,000 M). The herd carries a calving interval of 13.6 mos. and an avg. SCC of 319. Sires represented include Mr. Sam, Blitz, Lou, Damion, Colby, Dex, Mickey, Alexander, & Million. Service Sires include Supersire – Mogul – Distribute – Magnus & Lovely Man. The heifers include 26 head from short bred thru springers – 6 breeding age open heifers – 11 young heifers from 6 – 12 months and 7 from babies thru 3 months. Circle the 18th on your calendar and come buy some fall milk from a herd that has more potential than paper would suggest. Cows sell first followed by bred heifers down thru babies.

3 YEAR Old Sorrel mare. Rides and drives. TSS, sharp, needs work, 59". Top buggy broke, Nice markings, 8 YR. Belgian gelding, broke to all farm machinery. Children have worked Grade Belgian, $2500. Organic Hay 2nd 2013, small squares, wrapped rounds. 330-567-2249 15 YR old Gelding, Broke for anyone to ride, Very laid back, $1,200. OBO. (330) 464-7063 FOR SALE: TOPHACK with 2 way lights, and hydraulic brakes. Very good condition. Also, 8 HP Honda Motor in good condition. Aden J Miller, 1895 TR 10, Millersburg Ohio 44654. (330) 763-6022. FOR SALE: Pair Bel. mares. Mother/Daughter, Big red sorrel stripes. Broke. Andrew Yoder, 30936 CR 126, Fresno, OH 43824 8 YEAR OLD MARE. Buggy horse, Dutch harness and standardbred cross. Broke single and double, Women can drive. (330) 600-0090. 7 YR old Gelding, Mostly Trot, Stands good to hitch and at stop signs, Most women would drive, 2 white hind and small star, Red bay. Also a few surrey size on hand. These horses are TSS. (330) 852-0159 VM Dale Schlabach.

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3 Morgan geldings: 8 yr. old, black, 16H. 6 yr. old chestnut 15.3 H. w/blaze & 2 white socks. 3 yr. old bay. All broke to drive. Chestnut & bay broke to ride. Bay would make good trail horse!! 600-1430. CHROME HEARTS by Grinfromeartoear, 12 yrs old, Good family horse, TSS, $1,500. Media Queen by Dragon Again, 11 yrs old, Good family horse, TSS, $1,500. Jailhouse Princess by Jailhouse Jesse 3 yrs old, Good boys horse, $2,500. (330) 852-0789 4 YR. old Tennessee Walker mare. Broke to ride, $1000. Tennessee Walker yearling colt. $200. 330-416-8341 FOR SALE: Purebred Nubian Billy, born 3-3-2013, Ready for service. $150 (330) 317-7057 2 YR old 38" Paint Gelding, Broke to ride and drive, will be sold at Alpine School Auction on Sept 14 at around noon. New Cart & harness will be offered separate. (330) 359-0147 GOLDEN BUFF Pullets, $8.50 each. 4198 Harrison Rd., Fredericksburg. (330) 695-5348 ext. 3 FOR SALE: 15 month old Katahdin Ram. $125. Mervin Swartzentruber, 4102 TR 606, Fredericksburg, OH 44627

ASSISTING SALES FORCE Ted Renner, Pedigrees 330-828-2604 Ken Janes 330-464-4134, Bob Graber 330-466-1662 Lynn Neuenschwander 330-704-2902

TAKING ORDERS for Golden Buff Pullets last of Sept. $7.00. Joseph J. Miller 4560 C.R. 207 Millersburg, Ohio 44654 PUREBRED KATAHDIN Ewes, $120 each. Merle Miller 9620 TR 560 Holmesville. (330) 279-2066.  7 YR. old Black miniature pony gelding. Broke to ride and drive. Also, harness & cart. All in good shape. Berlin, 330-275-7493 5 Yr. old Dutch Harness, Pony Cross, stallion, sired by Wouter, black with 3 whites & a snip, 48" tall, $850. (330) 897-8369 FOR SALE. 5mo old 3/4 Standardbred 1/4 Morgan colt. $300 John E. Miller. (330) 698-3610. 5 YR old Trotting Gelding, TS, Not 100% Sound, Been in buggy 6 mo, Drives with snap, Boys horse. Make offer. 330-600-1091 PASTURE FOR RENT Horses or Cattle. Norman Miller 330-893-3909. 3/4 DORBIN 1/4 Katahdin Ram, born April 2013. $150 (330) 893-0308 GOOD LAYING Hens, $3ea. Approx 125 available. (330) 496-3143

9 YR old 1/2 Fresian, 1/2 Morgan M a r e , TSS, and 5 mo old Colt. $3,000 for both. (330) 674-2246

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: 13 yr old Registered Standard Bred Trotting mare, TSS. Albert Yoder, 6906 TR 113, Millersburg OH (330) 674-1820†Ext 1.

FOR SALE: Paint pony 7 years old. Broke to ride, drive. Good home only. 330-852-3173 $900.

11 YEAR OLD Standardbred Gelding, Been in buggy but fresh off the track. Up-headed, $1000. (330) 852-4844.

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

Monday, Sept. 16, 2013 5:00 PM

(Selling in 2 rings both starting at 5:00 PM) Antiques/Collectibles * Household/Furniture * Tools Some of this week’s highlights include: Fenton Millersburg Courthouse lamp; Fenton glass; Imperial glass; signs; crocks; jugs; butter churn; cast iron skillets; cast iron pcs.; figurines; collectibles; good primitives; a nice selection of good used furniture including bedroom sets; hand tools; pictures; stands; end tables; chairs; saws; drills; socket sets; and much much more. **This sale will mostly be from one estate out of Millersburg with lots of boxes to go through. *Always taking quality consignments for our Monday night sales. Note: Visit for photos and updates by 5:00pm Friday, Sept. 13. 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


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FOR SALE: Katahdin rams, born in Jan. 2013. Leon Yoder. (330) 231-9730.

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TEAM OF Haflinger gelding 6 & 7 years old. Broke. Andy A. Troyer 7132 CR 19, Millersburg, OH 44654 330-674-1860 ext. 2 4 YR. OLD JUSTICE HALL/GREEN GLORY Trotter, TSS, Buggy size, $2,200. (330) 987-3243.  FOR SALE: SMALL Jersey cross family cow. 1st lactation. Jacob Weaver. 33423 CR 126, Millersburg, Ohio 44654. 740-622-4400.

HORSES FOR SALE: Pair of coming 3 yr. od Per. mare. Broke N sound $220@. 1 yr. old Friesian X Dutch harness stallion, $1500. Older Per. mare. Kid broke safe N sound. Good, produce horse in foal to Friesian. Levi Yoder, 5864 CR 59, Mbg. FRIESIAN CROSS. 3 year old dark brown mare. Green broke, sharp, lots of fire. Can't get her quite sound. Would also make a good brood mare. $1,200/obo. Allen Hershberger. (330) 473-3156. 4-SALE: 2 yr. old Angus Hereford cross bull. Black/white face. $1250. Leroy Miller, 12910 Nisley Rd., Fredericksburg, OH 44627 WANTED: Someone to work a 2 yr. old dutch standardbred gelding, black with 4 white ankles, been in buggy for 30 days. (330) 852-3912. 4 YR old Pony Mare, Broke to Ride & Drive, TSS. Duane Yoder (330) 359-0140 FOR SALE: 22X38 Dion Threshing machine in working condition, $1600. 8446 Lautenschlager Rd, Apple Creek, OH 44606

4 YR old Black Registered Morgan Gelding, Sired by JMS Windwalker, Top Buggy Broke. (330) 674-1403

5 YR old Gelding Standard Bred Morgan Cross, TSS, Boys horse. Also 1 yr old Paint Pony, will be 50" tall, Started in cart, $175. (330) 852-3107 Ext 1

WANT TO BUY a few pet pigmy goats, (330) 893-3858

3 Yr. old tri-colored mare, 47" tall, broke to drive, tss. 330-473-2314.


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

Tuesday, September 17, 2013 4:00 P.M. Half Cents * Half Dollars * Silver Dollars * Misc. Half Cents-Half Dollars: 1840 half cent; 1838, 45, 47, 48, 50, 53, large cents; 1863SEGS MS60, 1908s, Indian head cents; set of Indian head cents 1857-1909 complete; 1909s Lincoln cent; set of Lincoln cents w/1909svdb; set of v-nickels (missing 1885); set of 59 buffalo nickels; set of Jefferson nickels; 1856o, 60, 77s, seated quarters; barber quarters; S/L quarters; 1932d NGC G6, 32s NGC G6,Wash. quarters; 1807draped bust, 08, bust halves; 1854 seated half. Silver Dollars: 1878cc, 79cc, 80o NNC MS63, 80s PCGS MS65, 82cc, 84cc NGC MS63, 89o NGC MS6l, 90cc, 91cc, 92cc, 94o, 95o, 95s, l903s, Morgans; 1923s NGC MS62, 28, peace dollars. Miscellaneous: 1946 Iowa centennial, 1918 Lincoln-Illinois com. halves; 12 modern com. silver dollars NGC MS70-PF70 Ultra Cameo; silver eagles; proof sets; error coins; 6 Hispanic 8-reale silver crowns 1791-1818; 20 Chinese silver dollars; Misc. lots. 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. Another good quality consignment coming in that didn’t make it in time for the ads. Online bidding available at thru

330-852-4111 888-852-4111

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

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FOR SALE: Adult reg'd Katahdin Ram, $200. Abe A. Miller, 9275 TR 657, Dundee, OH 44624.

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FOR SALE: 6yr old Standard Bred Gelding, TSS, Safe for women, Mose J. Miller (330) 897-4415

3 YR. old Perlino Qtr. stallion. Eligible to reg. Started under saddle. Leave message, 330-893-0026

BROWN PULLETS. $8.00 each. (330) 852-0722.

FOR SALE: Sharp Black Mare, by Andover Hall-Mr Vic. TSS, Dam has a record of 153, Loran Schlabach (330) 852-3096

3 YR old Morgan Cross Gelding, Bay, TSS, Nice boys horse, 10243 Saltcreek Rd. Fredericksburg, OH 44627

6 YEAR OLD Standardbred Gelding, all trot, smaller horse, $1,200. John Miller, 3833 Winklepleck Rd., Sugar Creek, OH. (330) 852-4304.

FOR SALE: 6 yr. old Percheron gelding. Broke, works with snap. Not traffic safe. E. H. Hershberger, 7812 TR 611, Fredericksburg, Ohio 44627; 330-674-4048 FOR SALE: Golden Comet pullets, laying 90%, $8.50/each. David Miller, (330) 852-1447,†ext. 1

FOR SALE: 5 yr. old Black and White pony gelding. 35 inches tall. Kid broke to ride and drive. Traffic safe and sound. $500 Joseph J. Miller 4560 C.R. 207, Millersburg, Ohio 44654 KID BROKE, 4 yr old Black Pony Mare, 40" tall, Broke to ride & drive. $550 (330) 359-5936 8 YEAR OLD Standardbred Gelding, TSS, Anyone can drive, All trot, $2,000. (330) 600-0838

2 YR. old Belgian Gelding. Broke to farm machinery, $2200. 10243 Saltcreek Rd., Fredericksburg, OH 44627 GINGERICH HORSE SHOEING is back shoeing again! Taking some new customers. Will shoe at your barn, No trip charge! (330) 893-1657. FOR SALE: 7 YR OLD Paint Riding Mare, Been on trails, $700. Daniel Miller 330-674-1879.

Recreation and Hunting Property Auction 46 Wooded Acres

Green Twp. / Ashland County / Loudonville Schools Will sell on location at 778 TR 2475, Loudonville, OH. From the intersection of St. Rt. 95 and St. Rt. 60 in Mckay, take St. Rt. 95 west to TR 2475, then north to property on right.

Tuesday September 24, 2013 5:00pm

This 46 acre wooded property has a +/- 3 acre pasture at the front of the property that would make a great building site. The balance of the property is all wooded. Wildlife abounds on this property. Deer and turkey have been harvested annually. The timber was selectively harvested 4 years ago, and there is good cover for wildlife as well as growing timber on the property. The woods have an oil well access road that traverses the entire wooded property, as well as a maintained gas line running along the northern boundary of the property. These cleared areas make these woods very accessible; the creek that traverses the woods is fed by a spring and could be improved to provide water to an improved site. Taxes - The taxes on this property will need to be determined as it is a new parcel with no buildings. The property is currently under CAUV and if the buyer does not want to continue with this tax incentive the buyer is responsible for any recoupment. Mineral Rights - Mineral rights transfer subject to leases of record. Currently this property is under a Columbia Gas Storage field lease and pays $200.00 per year. There is a storage well on the property. The free gas associated with this original lease was retained by a previous owner. Hunting Permission: The sellers will grant written immediate hunting privileges to the buyer on auction day. Terms - A non refundable down payment of $10,000.00 is due auction day with the balance due at closing within 45 days. This property sells with no financing contingencies and all inspections need to be completed prior to the auction. There will be a 10% Buyer’s premium added to the final bid price to arrive at the final contract price. Real Estate agent is owner. Walk the land anytime, call Steve Andrews at 330 465 8498 or Jon Mast at 330-763-3883 with questions. Steve Andrews and Jon Mast, Owners Drew Turner, Apprentice Auctioneer

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SMOKEY LANE HORSE SALE Standard Bred Horse Sale Friday, September 13, Tack 5:30, Horses 7. Expecting good local and dealer horses. Always a demand for good broke driving horses. Accepting early tack and horse consignments though sale day-Including 3 yr. old gelding trotter by His Highness, 5 yr old gelding trotter by Giant Hit, 3 pacing breds, all are on race plates and have been racing. Some are black and real nice. Also have brood mares coming. RIDING HORSE and PONY sale October 5 Tack 9:30 Horses 12 noon. Catalog consignments due Sept 20. Please include $10 consignment fee which will be applied to commission. Taking consignments through sale day. Smoke Lane Stables Inc. 686 Smokey Lane RD Sugarcreek OH 44681 330-852-2237 Auctioneer Myron Miller WILL TRAIN your ponies. $4.00 day. 4370 TR 606 Fredericksburg, OH 44627

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FOR SALE: 2 yr old Registered AI S i r e d , Holstein Bull, "Red Carrier", David Yoder, 2905 TR 406, Millersburg. (330) 893-2892 3 YR. old brown & white 39" paint pony. Stallion. started in harness. Easy handle, calm, $150. Atlee E. Gingerich, 9047 S. Kansas Rd., Fredericksburg, OH 44627 FOR SALE: 3 Year old sorrel gelding saddlebred Mustang, broke, $500. Alvin Petershiem, 18606 Arney Rd., Navarre, OH 44662 FOR SALE: 3 yr old Gelding, TSS, Good broke, Very sensable, Mini surrey size, $2,500. Vernon Mast, (330) 674-7817 FOR SALE: Appaloosa Mare, 54", 3 yrs old, Broke to ride & drive. Joas Hershberger, (330) 893-4081 FOR SALE: 1 YR Sorrel Filly and 2 yr Sorrel Stud, 1/2 brother/sister, Painter/ Quarter. Very nice, $200 each. (330) 279-9290†x3

Christian Harbor Harvest Fest & Benefit Auction Located At: 598 Wadsworth Rd Orrville Ohio.

Saturday, Sept. 14 11:00 A.M. Items included; Dodge Saturn, (2) boats , New Honda 2000 watt generator, Cub Cadet 4x4 utility vehicle, antique claw foot bath tub, antique chairs, antique cabinets, picture frames, telescope, (2) camera tripods, roaster, shelves, wall hangings, port-a-potty, motor for blow up slide, Die Hard cooler, (2) camp stoves, Railroad lanterns, Bakers cabinet, Moveable room dividers, side tables, gas fire place, (4) theater seats, credenza, (3) desks, metal cabinet, New Honda 2000 watt generator, Cub Cadet 4x4 utility vehicle, a lot more items not listed. All sorts of activities and food throughout the day including car show at 9 A.M.. BBQ chicken-bake goods-Hartzlers Dairy Ice Cream-and much more. Terms: Cash or good Check. All proceeds from the auction will be used to support the endeavors of Camp Harbor Youth Camp. Camp Harbor Youth Camp is a camp that is open to any school-aged youth during specific weeks during the year. This camp offers youth (especially those who are economically disadvantaged) an opportunity to develop leadership skills, team building skills and self-awareness skills, just to name a few, in order to become successful members of their communities. During one week in the month of June, Camp Harbor Volunteers served over 1500 meals to youth attending Camp Harbor for that particular week. For more info or to donate please contact, Jim Smucker at 330.715.2077 or e-mail CHCYouthCamp(@) or follow us on FB Camp Harbor Facebook page. Call Steve for more info at 330-465-4725 www.auctionnzipID#7788

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TWO BOER Billy Goats and One Alpine Nanny. 4 months old. (330) 674-5194. 5 YR old Gelding, Trotter, Striking Sabhra, Very good broke, Surrey horse, TSS. $3,450. 3 yr old Gelding, Mostly trot, Family horse, TSS. $2,000. Duane Weaver (330) 674-1777

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PONIES FOR Sale! AMHR Registered. Also grades. Some young and some older. Very good pets & friendly. (330) 674-8155 GOLDEN COMET PULLETS. Ready for pickup Sept. 16th, $8.00 each. Delivery available, Order now! 330-674-2675.

FOR SALE: 5 Yr. old buggy size brown gelding. T.S.S. Shies a little about things along the road. Drives single or double. Price $1000. Ivan L. Miller, 6864 Salt Creek Rd. Fredericksburg, Ohio 44626

SHARP 7 YEAR old 40" Paint mare. Broke to ride and drive. 2 YEAR OLD 38" Paint Gelding. Green, broke. 330-359-0147 V.M.

3 YR. Registered black Dutch cross mare sire: Bel Aire and in foal to Dondersteen. 330-893-4341

9 YR old, Standard Bred Gelding, TSS, Buggy size, Delbert Yoder, (330) 897-1222†Ext 4


LOCATION: 4952 CR 59, Baltic, OH 43804 DIRECTIONS: From New Bedford take CR 600 to CR 59 to Auction or from Milersburg take SR 83 South to Clark turn left on CR 19 to CR 59 to Auction.

Sat. Sept. 21, 2013, 9:30A.M.

HORSES - FARM MACHINERY - HOUSEHOLDS - SHOP TOOLS - GUNS HORSES & HARNESS: Team of 7 & 8 year old 18-H Perchon geldings well matched & good broke, smooth mouth bay gelding buggy horse, new set of Bio Draft harness made by Walter Hill Harness, older set of Bio Draft and also single Draft Harness, 2 driving harnesses & collars, Farrier Stand and Blacksmith tool set, anvil, shoeing stock. FARM MACHINERY - HACK & ROAD CART: top hack w/lights, open buggy, road cart, Super 68 baler w/Winconsin motor, (2) Mc. # 9 mowers 5’ & 6’ bars, NI roller bar rake, Easy Trail ladder wagon, (2) forecarts, 6’ Pioneer forecart blade, sm. Easy Trail wagon, NI #8 manure spreader, #8 Lime attachment spreader, 5’ double disk, 5’ single disk, Pioneer 12” walking plow like new, old walking plow, Oliver single bottom plow, 2 row IN corn planter, JD 1 row cultivator, (2) 1 horse cultivators, 4 16’ round pen gates, 6’ thru 16’ gates, some 2nd cutting hay, (6) SS milk cans, 2-3 horse eveners, neck yolks, surrey pole. SHOP - BUTCHER TOOLS - FARM MISC TOOLS: Hitachi air miter saw, 14” Rockwell model 14 Band saw, new 6” Jet Jointer on stands, Tri Star Drill press, Buffalo 10” Table saw, sausage stuffer, #22 meat grinder w/Reduction gear, meat slicer, sm. Corn sheller, Hand crank corn sheller, 20’ & 30’ ext. ladders, wooden ladders, (2) Handy man Jacks, Bench grinder on stand, old work bench, Stihl MS 311 chainsaw like new, 5.5 Honda motor, solar fencer, New Speed Rite 3000 fencer, 2 rolls new elec. Fence, 6’ ground rod, steel & pig tail posts, Log chains, (5) 28”x61” double pane replacement windows, Farrier plow. HOUSEHOLDS & STOVES: Napoleon wood stove w/glass door, Hitzer wood stove, old warm morning stove, NG wood stove, Consul refrigerator, NG heating stove, Gas Hot plate, 2 & 3 burners NG hot plates, Hand crank grain mill, 3 pc. Bedroom suite, made by Sam M. Miller, (5) chest of drawers, Gas light w/stand, (3) sewing machine stands, one w/sewing machine, nightstands, wooden chairs, (4) loveseats, Hall trees, knee hole desk, Hickory rockers, (3) bookcases, child’s rockers, (2) recliners, glider rocker, (2) metal wardrobes, card table set, wooden frame Davenport, wooden school desks, teachers desks, 12’ kitchen table, Granite top table, BBQ grill, (2) composting tumblers, glider swing, 3 sleds, old wood box, (2) noodle makers, (2) 40 cup coffee warmers, volley ball net, oil lamps, wooden benches, (2) new child’s benches, play pen, clothes drying racks, Type writers, rugs, Bean Bag game, Shuffle board, old school books, Laura Ingalls set, German books, cookware, Tupperware, Glassware skillets, canning jars. GUNS & MISC.: Remington .222 Model 788 w/clip, Remington Model 870 12 Ga. w/slug barrel, Marlin 22 Mag. model 25 MN, New England 20 Ga. Single shot, Aluminum boat, fishing poles, fishing pole holder, gun rack, gun cabinet, watch fobs, (2) Back Pack sprayers, Stihl MM 55c Tiller like new, weedeater, hand cultivator, Lawn Boy mower, Scotts pro seeder, leaf blower, (2) popcorn cribs, all Kinds of of Dove pens, some white doves. TERMS: Cash or Good Check LUNCH STAND BY: Meadow Brook School OWNERS Mr. & Mrs. Eli D.M. Yoder’s 4952 CR 59 Baltic, Ohio 43804 Voice Mail: 330-897-7420 Auctioneer: Joseph Miller 33066 C.R. 126 Millersburg, OH 44654 PH. 740-622-1752 Assisting Auctioneers Daniel Weaver Sale Day Ph.# 330-231-8865

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Holmes County Home Benefit Auction Location: At the Holmes County Home 7260 SR 83, Holmesville, Ohio 44633 Directions: SR 83 North of Millersburg or SR 83 South of Wooster.

Saturday, September 21, 2013 9:00 AM Silver Maple Collection * Pictures * Quilts * Pony & Cart

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11 YEAR OLD Registered Belgian Mare. Granddaughter of Jay Lou Supreme. Well broke to all farm machinery, Sound, Great confirmation and disposition. $1500. Yearling Registered Filly $500. Eligible to register Weanling stud colt $500. Both out of 11 year old mare.Daniel R Weaver 10174 CR 1, Shreve, (330) 567-3220.


9:00 AM: Large selection of quality, locally made Oak, Cherry, and other wood furniture including Oak 54” roll top desk w/hutch; and matching office chair; 56” Oak roll top desk; 58” Oak roll top desk; Oak deluxe sewing machine cabinet; 5 pc.urban loft bedroom set; matching oak table hutch & 6 chairs; 5 pc oak bedroom set; oak grandfather clock; cherry grandfather clock; 55 gallon Jack Daniels wooden barrel; oak corner shelf; oak coffee table; oak end table; rough cut wormy maple bench; blanket chest; wormy maple table w/6 leaves & 6 chairs w/matching hutch; rustic quarter sawn white oak wine buffet; 5 pc maple bedroom set; 5 pc buckeye economy rough sawn top bedroom set. 9:30 AM: 2nd Location Misc. Auction. 12 volt batteries; 148 pc crescent tool set; cast iron mail box; hand sprayer; laundry cart; Hitachi battery drill set; bird feeder & houses; Milwaukee battery drill; wooden butter churn; boys bike; girls bike; bike cart. 12:00 Noon: Specialty Items Sell in Main Auction Ring. 24x32x9 post frame building with 4 ft. over hang includes 36” entrance door, (2) 9x8 garage doors, 4 windows, choice of color on steel siding & roof, 4 inch finished concrete constructed on your level site within 6 months of auction date; 16x18 hunting cabin with 6x16 porch and 8’ loft, includes 36” entrance door, 4 windows, choice of color on steel roof, built on your level site within 6 months of auction date; Corn hole game with Holmes County Home logo; Oak toy chest with Holmes County Home logo engraved; 275# hamburger; 4-16oz Ribeye Steak; BBQ Hamburger dinner for 8 people; Honda 2000 generator on cart, Plus more engraved items; Boom truck load of firewood logs; chicken dinner for 8 people. 1:30 PM: Lawn furniture followed by barns; gazebo; Play sets; Horses; Ponies; Buggies, 4 position swing set from Kaufman lawn furniture; Kings tower swing set; from Hershberger lawn structures; dog house; 10x12 storage barn; gazebo; 48” pallet forks; 12x10 Pioneer play house; 3 skid echo brick; Deluxe top buggy w/LED lights, turning signals, steel wheels w/rubber door on back; storm front; 2 seater open buggy fiber glass seats & shafts w/ LED lights; Pony cart; pony wagon; buggy harnesses; pony harnesses; 4 yr. old black Gelding trotter (traffic safe & sound); 3 yr. old black Gelding trotter (traffic safe & sound); 6 yr. Old Paint pony gelding broke to ride & drive (traffic safe & sound); 4 yr. old Gelding pony broke to ride & drive (traffic safe & sound) 4 yr. old Gelding pony broke to ride and drive (traffic safe & sound) 1:30 PM: 50 plus Quilts including; Trip around the star; Broken star log cabin; Triple Irish chain; Alabama star; Log cabin; Attic treasure; Mariner star; Country sampler; Wagon wheel; plus many more not listed. SCHEDULE OF EVENTS Friday, September 20, 2013 5:30 PM – Fish Fry and volleyball tournament. Menu: Fish, Fries, Kettle stew, Hot dogs, Kettle corn, Fry pies, Drinks 6:30 PM - Volleyball Tournament Starts. To sign up for volleyball please call 330-473-3665. Saturday, September 21, 2013 7:00 AM – 10:00 AM – Full Course Breakfast 8:00 AM – 10:00 AM – Silent Auction No. 1 8:00 AM – Sold Out –Bake Sale 8:00 AM – 8:40 AM – Church Group Singing 9:00 AM – Furniture Auction 9:30 AM – Misc. Auction 2nd Location 10:00 AM – Full Course Meal with BBQ Chicken, Noodles, Baked Beans, Potato Salad, Fruit, Pie, Homemade Ice Cream, Soft Pretzels, Sausage Sandwiches, Hot Dogs, Kettle Corn 11:00 AM – 2:00 PM – Silent Auction No. 2 12:00 Noon – Specialty Item’s Sell in Main Auction Ring 1:30 PM – Quilt Auction 1:30 PM –Lawn Furniture followed by Barns, Horses, Ponies, Buggies 2:00 PM – Kids Auction in 2nd Auction Ring Come and spend the day. Thank you! Terms: Cash or check with positive ID. Visa and MC with 3% buyer’s premium. For more information or to donate please call: The Holmes County Home 330-279-2801; Aden Hershberger 330-4733665. Thank you for supporting The Holmes County Home!



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FOR SALE: Twin bed, includes oak headboard, metal frame (complete) $85; Nightstand-2 door, 1 drawer, cherry finish, good cond. $45. (330) 674-5261 3PC BEDROOM Set, Good condition, $200. Robert Raber, 4808 TR 616, 1 mile NW of Mt Hope. (330) 674-0035 after 4pm.

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FOR SALE: 2 door Hutch, light stain color, Excellent Condition. $250. Call (330) 893-7170

BROWNING BOW for sale. Most Accessories included. Good condition, $150. 330-852-3891

 LOVE SEAT: brown, paid $400, sell for $225. 330-897-7794 

NOTICE: THE Trappers Class will be held at Fur Al's home, Saturday, October 5th, 8am. Bring your own lunch. Fox & Coyote Demo will be held in pm. for more information contact Alvin M. Miller 2626 TR 183, Baltic OH 43804. (330) 897-0642

 FOR SALE: Standard size baby crib. Bought new, used for one child only, $60. Basinet, good cond., $25. 330-893-2064 FOR SALE: D&S Riteburn basement stove. Wood or coal. Good cond. 330-897-0006 V.M.

HORTON CROSS BOW with a red dot scope, 8 arrows and a quiver. $225. 330-231-1475. REMINGTON 870 20GA, $350. Remington 870 slug barrel, $100. H&R 410ga, Single Shot, $165. (330) 401-9899 FOR SALE: Horton crossbow with scope, arrows, broad heads & target. (330) 852-4974.

FOR SALE: 4' ice box. Hard coal or wood. Hot water heater. Also, 2 D&S hard coal stoves with hopper. Aden Troyer, 7008 E. Moreland Rd. Fredericksburg, OH 44627 AMISH MADE Solid oak table and chairs. 3 leaves. Excellent Condition, $1,000/ obo (330) 698-7951.

MATHEWS SWITCHBACK L.H. Accessories including case and back tension release, $600. Eli A. Miller, 6650 T.R. 351, Millersburg, OH 44654 CSS COMPOUND BOW, set up and ready to use, $160 (330) 763-1463. FOR SALE: Tree Saddle, like new, $200. Call (330) 600-0695

Miller Auction

Thurs. Sept. 19 2013 • 4:30pm Location: 430 Bahler St. SW, Sugarcreek OH. 44681 From the Sugarcreek Livestock Auction take Buckeye St. west to Bahler St. right to the Auction. Top Buggy - Harness - Tools - Collectibles - Household (Buggy & Tools) Good top buggy with lights and brakes, Bio buggy harness, Grizzly 14” bandsaw Kobalt 30 gallon air compressor, 10” table saw, Delta 12” planer, bench grinder, metal shop shelves, work bench, Husquvarna 235 chain saw (like new), Craftsman tool chest, air drill, air impact, Senco stapler, Bosch electric router, shop vac., Craftsman snow blower, air hoses, handyman jack, a good selection of hand tools including Crescent wrenches, vise grips, punches, socket sets, open ends, and more, 12 ton hydraulic jack several pipe clamps. (Household & Collectibles) Several Nat. Gas refrigerator (used 3 yrs), electric stove, propane floor lamp, Bushnell 18-36x50mm spotting scope, mini iron kettle, RC cola wooden 24ct case, approx. 75 milk& several cream bottles including Goshen, Fairview New Phila, Shady Oaks Farms, Cedar Summit Farm, Green Valley, Coca Cola Ice cream scoop, 8pc McCoy canister set, depression candy dish, 100+ small tins including Sinclair, Marathon, Sunoco, Maytag, 1/2pt, Mobile, Remington Powder Solvent Sohio, Pulsator oil, pressure cooker, (2) old window shutters, coleslaw, several crocks, crock foot warmer, glass bowls, Lincoln logs, cast iron candle holder, pie safes, picnic trays, rope knot in shoe case, collection of old mouse traps, bird houses, 6pc pewter dishes, sugar & creamer, oil lamps, 8pc berry set, Monmouth earthen cookie jar, child’s lawn chairs, Horton crossbow, 30”GE stove, Crystal cold gas fridge, 8 gun cabinets, Honda 2,000 watt generator - inverter, new battery floor lamp, beige sofa & chair, S&H green stamps, and more misc. Bring your chairs and enjoy the auction. Owner: Mrs. David Amanda Miller Auctioneers: Terms: Cash or Check Orus Mast 330-473-9077 Benefit Lunch Stand For: Vernon Yoder 330-466-0520 James Yoder (Leukemia Patient) Appr. Auctioneer: Elmer Yoder 330-641-2480

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Miscellaneous Merch.

A. UBERTI Silver Boy, 22cal Lever action. New in the box. $350. (330) 359-5304

4/4 WORMY Maple, .75/ft, 4/4 Sassafrass 1.00/ft, 1x12 Pine, .60/ft, (330) 897-6602

HORTON HUNTER Elite Crossbow w/multi range scope, quiver, arrows, & case. Good condition. $350 (330) 600-9435

23' CAMPER. Used for hunting, no leaks, $750/obo. Also, 275 gallon fuel tank on stand, $100/obo. (330) 407-3551.

FOR RENT: 12V Clay Pigeon Thrower w/wobbler kit & foot pedal release. $50/day. (330) 674-6784 leave message.

FOR SALE: Good Used Open Buggy, w/Child seat. Neal D. Miller 1395 CR 600, Baltic 43804. (330) 897-1377† Ext 3.

FOR SALE: Martin Razor compound bow with case, release, and 5 hunter arrows. $500. New Lowrance Sonar Mark x5 fish finder, $200. (330) 275-8601.

SEPTEMBER SPECIAL!! 10% off socks, gloves & scarves Gypsy Spring Variety 6321 CR 407, Millersburg. (330) 674-0736

MISSION BY Matthews Bow. 50-70lbs, 27-30 draw length, complete package ready to go. In super condition, $300. (330) 698-0306.

FOR SALE: Even Heat Gas Iron, Like new $90 OBO. Also, Crop Style Navigator, Rolling Tote, Good Condition $60 OBO. (330) 206-9066

ATTENTION DEER hunters. For sale: Ear corn. 40# bag for $5.00. No Sunday Sales. Eli A Yoder, 4484 TR 371, Millersburg. (330) 893-2037.

FOR SALE: 6x10 single axel trailer, lights, wooded floor, tailgate, little rust, seldom used, $1200. Dave Shetler, 330-401-1322.

HORTON EXPLORER HD 150 3 arrows, quiver, hard cover carrying case, Like new, $300. Willis Keim (330) 359-0021.

250 GALLON fuel tank, in good shape. $175. (330) 401-9899.

FOR SALE: Franchi I-12 semi-automatic shotgun w/engraving, in excellent condition. $1000. (330) 893-3875 FOR SALE OR TRADE: left handed bow. Would trade for a right handed bow. Mike Mast 330-674-1665  FOR SALE: Horton Exp. crossbow. New string, scope, W-2 arrows. Horton Stag crossbow W-3 arrows. Call for price. V.M. 330-674-1506 REMINGTON 1100 12 GA. Vent Rif, $395. Remington 700 270 $425. Eli Weaver 7841 CR 373 Big Prairie, OH 44611 BEAR COMPOUND Bow, Ready to hunt, comes with case, 12 arrows, & quiver, Loaded. $200 OBO. (330) 231-4726 MATTHEWS MONSTER Compound bow. Good condition, ABB string, $350 OBO. (330)473-3442 REFLEX COMPOUND Bow. Quiver, Sights, Rest, and 6 carbon arrows. 3 spitfire broadheads, String from inside archery. $200. (330) 464-8450. 2006 PSE Firestorm lite compound bow. With rest, sight, quiver, Cobra release, 7 arrows, case. Everything good condition. $300 OBO Brandon Wengerd 330-893-2429 FOR SALE: Browning A-5 12ga, Belgium made, Vent rib. $650. Also, Knight Disc Extreme, Inline muzzle loader, w/scope, $190 (330) 763-1463


Lawn & Garden

RETAINING STONES, approx 35 sq ft, Tan & Gray, 1/2 price @ $250 OBO (330) 698-1064 48" Walk Behind Cub Cadet mower, good condition, $1,050. (330) 674-1400 VINYL STORAGE Barns, and Portable Garages. Built to last. A few lot models on hand ready to be delivered. Treated T-1 11 also an option. Affordable Barn Co. Ltd, Mt. Hope (330) 674-3001 WALK BEHIND Mowers, Many to choose from. Brands include Exmark, Ferris, Hustler, Snapper, Scag, Toro. 36"-60" decks, Starting at $1,200. Heartland Equipment (330) 852-3029


Miscellaneous Merch.

ONE BRAND new Sulky, C-Mor Quick hitch, 2-Seated, Light, Very nice. Also one used C-Mor Quick Hitch. (330) 852-2826

FOR SALE: Nintendo DS. 1 game, charger and case. 330-893-2095 ext. 2 FOR SALE: Surrey with steel wheels, storm front and lights. Good condition. Merle Miller 330-893-2542 FOR SALE: Used Buggy w/brakes, lights, storm front, & childrens seats in back. $1,200 (330) 674-0356† Ext 2. 200 HEAVY Duty Cardboard Boxes, .50ea. (330) 897-6602 STEEL TABLE, 7'long x 28" wide x 34" high. Also Popcorn drying rack. Henry Mast, 2619 CR 160, Millersburg OH 44654 (330) 359-5629 FOR SALE: Six inch jointer. Good cond., $140. J.M. Miller, 7963 T.R. 602 Fredericksburg, Ohio 44627 FOR SALE: WINDMILL, $2,200. Also, 2 Honda Motors with electric start/natural gas kits. 13 horse, $725. 27 horse, $1,750. John E. Miller. 7217 S. Applecreek Rd, Fredericksburg. 330-698-3610. MYERS SHALLOW Well Pump, Good condition. (330) 852-3107 Ext 1 SURREY: LIGHTS, brakes, roll up curtains Good condition, $2200. 330-359-6324 APPROX. 3,000FT. vinyl picket fence, 4' high, several small gates included, in good condition. $2,500 for all. 330-674-2754 TROYER'S BUGGY SHOP. We build new buggies & do buggy repairs & repainting. Most buggy parts in stock. Painted wheels & shafts in stock. Open Mon-Sat. Also, open evenings. 7812 TR 601, Fredericksburg, OH 44627 BRAND NEW Summit Viper climber, $275. Bushnell Trail camera, $20. Used Moultrie Trail camera, $100. (330)674-4587 FOR SALE: Ashland Cook stove in good condition, $1000. Simon Yoder 30315 CR 12 Fresno, OH 43824 NEW PFAFF Sewing & Embroidery Machines and Sergers for sale. Available at Lackman's Sewing Center, Apple Creek, OH 330-698-3060. OPEN BUGGY 2 full seats in exc. cond. $2,200. (330) 897-7260 MIGRATION PANELS for broiler houses, 8-ft. sections are rigid & easy to handle In stock-$26/each. Hillside Fabrication 330-893-1058. FOR SALE: Scrap Dress material to make quilts & rugs. Lots of darker colors. Pay for the ad and they are yours. (330) 674-0736

FOR SALE: Surrey, Lights, Brakes, New Paint and Upholstery, Steel Tires. Clyde Yoder, (330) 893-1097

FOR SALE: Surrey with Hyd. brakes and storm front. Good condition. Atlee D. Miller 6370 T.R. 401 Dundee, Ohio 44624

FOR SALE: Dorin 3 LVS cooling unit compressor. Sold and serviced by 77 Refrig. Used 2 years. Worked very good. 330-893-2161

SPORTS CRAFT PING PONG table $50. 1 cupboard 52 wide 31 high 12" deep with shelves and three doors. $20. Willis Keim (330) 359-0021

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Miscellaneous Merch. 300

Thursday, September 12, 2013 — 37 Pets Supplies 300

FOR SALE: Road Cart, $450 Andy Miller (330) 695-2506 Ext 2

1 1/2 YEAR old Boston Terrier male, $150 OBO. 330-473-7746

FOR SALE: USED Hard coal stove with hopper. (330) 893-3619.

FOR SALE: 7wk old Puppies. Blue Healer mix. $35 ea. David E. Miller, VM 330-641-2754

SALE! 250W Solar Panels, $325 ea - 4 or more $315 ea. Leave Message 330-674-5740, Installation Available. 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. 4 YR old Blonde Belgian gelding. Broke to all farm machinery. $2,200. Allen Miller 330-897-0349 FARMS FOR LEASE FOR HUNTING Taking bids till Sept. 14 300 plus acres in Southern Holmes and Northern Coshocton County. Lots of wild life. Atlee N. Yoder 5642 CR 59 Millersburg, Ohio 44654 HONDA 3500 watt generator. 115v and 240v. Plugs work, good, $350. 330-675-3971 ext. 4. CLARK GRAVITY Boiler, 10-15 yrs old, $1,400/obo. (330) 852-3431. FOR SALE: Model FDP-12 drill press. 5/8 capacity floor model. 330-359-7102 FOR SALE: Bow Flex Power Pro, seldom used, very good condition, $850. Mervin Schlabach, (330) 359-5592.


Musical Instruments

ALTO SAX For sale in Millersburg. "Vito" in excellent playing condition with good case, $450. (330)674-3426  FOR SALE: LK 100 61 Key Casto Keyboard. Works great, $125. 330-893-2064 


FOR SALE: THREE 1 year old Yorkie female dogs, 4-5 lbs, out of good breeding stock. Good disposition, $800 each. (330) 674-2922. 7 WEEKS old Jack Russel Cross puppies, $30. Melvin J. Miller 5502 CR 229, Fredericksburg, OH 44627 FOR SALE: 2 Yorkie Females, 3-4 yr old, 2 Yorkie Puppies, 10 wks old. (2) Daschound Dogs, Male & Female. (330) 695-2250 SCHYORKIE PUPPIES, 12 weeks old, $200. (330) 567-2757.  NEW WOODEN Coon and Mink Stretchers. Made with NTA measurements. $5/ea. or $50/doz. Get more for your furs, put them on wood! Also custom made snares. 330-567-9722  TREEING WALKER coon hounds. 1 female, 22 mo. old/ Started. 2 male pups trainers. Broke and straight. 330-674-3140 FOR SALE: Small male Yorkie. Also small male Poodle. 1 older Bichon female, 330-852-3717 FOR SALE: 6wk old Blue Heeler Dalmation Cross Puppies, David E. Troyer, (330) 897-5604 Ext 1 BLUE HEELER Pups, 8wks old, (2) Males, (2) Females, $30 ea. (330) 852-3107 Ext 1 4 YR. old Blue Tick male coon hound. Well trained. For more information contact 330-275-0574

FOR SALE: Choc. Lab puppies, 7 wks. 5-F, 2-M. 3 yr. Choc. Lab male. Very friendly. 330-674-0220

FOR SALE: YORKIE, male, born June 18th. $200. 330-279-3867. FOR SALE: First Act guitar in good condition $40. Also electric guitar in good condition $90 OBO Call (330) 893-9304 FOR SALE: AKC Yorkie male, 3 yrs. old, 7-8 lbs., proven breeder, $450. (330) 893-3870 OLDER MALE & Female Beagle, both good hunters. Make offer. 330-897-1403. Ext 3 PUG PUPPIES, 2 males-1 black & 1 fawn color, Ready Sept. 20th. (330) 852-4283 VM for Neva. LADY AMHERST Phesants, $25ea. $45/pair, 3 or more $20ea. We'll be set up at Farmerstown swap meet - Sept 13-14. (330) 897-2063 FOR SALE: 1/2 Bulldog-1/4 Boston-1/4 Beagle female; 3/4 Bulldog-1/8 Beagle-1/8 Boston female. Also puppies for sale. 330-567-2233. BOXER/ENGLISH BULLDOG Mix, Males & Females, Born 7/13/13. (330) 893-1132 AKC ROTTWEILER Puppies, 8 wks old, Vet Checked and ready to go. 330-317-2833 FOR SALE: 5 Yr. old Coyote Hound. Runs good. Good start dog and cold trailer. (330)674-1043 AT STUD quality AKC Grea Dane Male, fawn colored $450 or $850 for two. Must be brucilsis tested. 330-893-9304

FOR SALE: Terrier poodle cross puppies. Shots and wormed. 3 female, 2 male, $50. (330) 852-3510 K-9 STUD Service Boxer, Bull Terrier, Cavalier, Cocker Spaniel, Chinese Crested Hairless, Chocolate Lab, Dalmation, English Bulldog, French Bulldog, German Shepherd, Great Dane, Old English Bulldoggie, Newfoundland, Siberian Husky, Poodle, Wolf Dog. Remember August bred Females make Christmas Puppies. (740) 824-4361 or (330) 275-0795 ####### WARNING: Animals advertised for "free" are sometimes acquired by people who use them as bait in training other animals to fight or for science experimentation. Please offer your pet for a nominal fee in order to attract a sincere buyer. ####### FOR SALE: TWO- 5 month old registered black/white Shih Tzu males. ONE 8 month old registered Yorkie female. (330) 893-3619. WANTED: SOMEONE to feed 3 Maltese, 5 paps, 3 poodles, 2 poms, 1 yorkie, 9 shih tzu, 1 yorkie pom, 1 shih tzu pug, 1 chihuahua pap, some bred, Call 412-289-9498. LONG COAT Chihuahua Puppies. Fawn with white markings, pictures available. Well socialized, $250 (330) 359-5459 WANTED: GOOD used dog kennel. USDA Approved. (330) 852-7718 (3) AKC YORKIE Puppies, born 7/8/13, Parents small, Good breeding stock, $450. (330) 893-2860

FOR SALE: PEEKA-CHON puppy and a Lasa-poo puppy. Both two months old, Also, 1.5 yr old toy poodle male. Call (330) 674-1945/330-600-1296 day.

Pets Supplies 300

6 MO old ACA German Shepherd Female, $450. Also, 6 mo old 3/4 Bulldog, 1/4 Beagle Female, $350. (330) 275-2597 FREE KITTENS. Larry Hershbeger, 6115 CR 77, Millersburg OH 44654. First farm N. of Bunkerhill on CR 77 on left.

AKC 2YR old Ruby Cavalier Male, Proven breeder. Also San Juan Rabbits. Roy Miller (330) 897-7610

FOR SALE: 1 year old Mountain Cur, Male and female. Both started on coon and squirrel. (330) 260-6088.

FOR SALE: 8 Australian Shepherd Mixed Puppies, born 7/22/13, shots/wormed, $30ea. Duane J. Miller, 3720 TR 154, Millersburg, OH 44654 (330) 893-1181

(4) 10 wk old Mixed breed puppies, $ 2 5 ea. (330) 674-1919

1 AKC & ACA Shih-Tzu Male, 1 ACA Bicheon Male. Both proven breeders. (2) AKC Shih-Tzu Females. (330) 897-2060 (3) 8 wk old Jack Russel Mix Puppies, (330) 464-5584

COMPLETE KENNEL Sellout! Quality producing Cavaliers, Shit-zhu & Yorkies. AKC & ACA Registered. (330) 893-3619 STANDARD POODLE, Male, 3 yrs old, $300. Also, English Springer Spaniel Female, 3 yrs old. $150. (330) 897-1038 FOR SALE: 1 Yorkie Poo male; 1 Yorkie male-16 mo. old; 2 Yorkie females-17 mo. old; 1 Yorkie female, 4 yrs. old; 1 Yorkie female, 7 yrs. old. (330) 749-2407 FOR SALE: Air conditioner and gas wall heater for dog kennel. (330) 852-1084.

FOR SALE: 1-1/2 yr. old male Morkie; 2 yr. old, tiny, female Maltese. $50 ea./obo. Call 330-279-3100 vm.

3 YR OLD Black & White Cavalier M a l e , Proven & Agressive Breeder, $400 or will trade for Yorkie or Bicheon Puppy. (330) 674-1330 Ext 2

FOR SALE: 7-1/2 mo. old Beagle female, well started $65.00. 330-897-1015.

CHOCOLATE LAB Pups, 8 wks old, Shots & wormed. (330) 893-1719

ACA 16MO old Buff Cocker Spaniel Male, Ready to go. (330) 852-1084 POODLE CROSS PUP. Very friendly, non-shed, smaller, had shots. 4 mo. old, $75. Call 330-231-6501 FOR SALE: BORDER Collie pups, born 7/07/13. $80. Joe Yoder (330) 359-0198. ACA CAVALIERS, (1) 1yr old Female, (1) 2 yr old Female, (1) 13 wk old Male, Andy Miller, (330) 695-2506†Ext 2. 1 YEAR OLD ACA Black German Shepherd, male. ALSO, 1.5 year old AKC or ACA Siberian Husky. Pet Only! (330) 674-0820†x3. AKC ENGLISH Bulldog puppies, adorable with nice markings. Also, AKC ENGLISH Bulldog Stud Service. (330) 698-0161. FOR SALE: 2 1 yr. old Beabull females. Good mothers, $350 each. 330-465-9441 FOR SALE: older Beagle female, $25. 5 year old beagle female, $30. Call 330-466-7104  FOR SALE: 10'x10' chain link dog kennel with dog house $50. Junior Keim, 9241 TR 652, Fredericksburg. 1/2 mi. N. of Ashery.

Pets Supplies

BEAUTIFUL KITTENS for sale. Very cute and playful. Make great pets or mice catchers. Best offer, (330) 763-4775. AKC HAVANESE Male, 8 mo old, black & white, $325. (330) 852-3103 SELLOUT! RABBITS, Does w/litter, Bunnies, Dwarfs & Minnie Rex. (330) 674-1900, 4252 TR 628, Millersburg.


Sports Fitness

 FOR SALE: 2010 Model, Women's Medium Specialized hybrid bicycle. May tune-up, new crank set, chain rings, chain, grips, bar ends. Has rack, head light, speedometer,bottle cage. $380.00. (330) 674-0560†x4 


Tools Machinery

STANLEY LATHE: 16" 6 hole 3 jaw chuck, $850. Lakeville, 419-368-3817 FOR SALE: NEW 9000 watt Generator. ALSO, NEW Diesel Generator 7500 watt. Both with remote start. Powered by Honda. Call for info. 330-473-8989. FOR SALE: Galion 125A crane, 70 ft. boom, 20 ft. Jib, 12.5 ton, 453 GM engine, machine wt. 36,000 lb. Also weights for Deutz tractors. Dan's Repair Shop 330-674-9924 FOR SALE: 4000 Watt Mitzubishi Generator with electric start. Regular or Natural gas, $600. Yamaha 2800 watt inverter generator. Both have wheel kits. 330-893-3293/days. 330-852-4874/ eve. ONE SET Propane torches, hoses and gauges. 2 NEW boxed 7018 welding rods. (330) 852-4803.


7 WEEK OLD BEAGLE puppies. $100 for females, $75 for males. (330) 231-7613.

2 YEAR OLD Yorkie, male. Pet only. $100. (330) 567-2757.

Pets Supplies 300

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Pets Supplies

FOR SALE: 3 yr. old Siberian Husky. Male, white. Great pet, $300 or OBO. 330-852-1418

Pets Supplies 300

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FOR SALE: English Bulldog. Females: 4, 5, 6 yr. old. Pets only. 330-465-9441 6" ELECTRIC DELTA Chop Saw. Good condition, works ok. $80/obo. (330) 600-0838. NATURAL GAS Gensets, 60KW V-8 Ford, 400hrs, $7,500. 45KW Kohler, 6cyl Ford, 18hrs, enclosed, like new. $6,800. 30KW Onan, 6cyl Ford, 300hrs, $6,100. 20KW Kohler, 4cyl Ford, 300hrs, $5,700. 7500W Onan, 1800RPM, $3,100. Heartland Equipment. Call Joe (330) 852-3029

Wanted to Buy 410

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


WANTED: MODEL 12 Aladdin Lamp burner. Must be in good condition. 330-897-0562 ext 3.


WANTED: APPROX 10x10 Dog Kennel chain link fence. (330) 674-1403 WANTED: GOOD used utility trailer 6'x12' or 14' w/tailgate. Jacob Barkman, 330-897-7115 ext. 4

 FOR SALE: 2 ton Brock feed bin still in good shape, $350. Berlin, 330-275-7493 

WANTED: SHIBA Male, preferably breeding age, (330) 893-4157.

FOR SALE: 2,000 Generac inverted generator. Works, (330) 473-9567.

WANTED: SMALL mouth, 2 quart jars. 330-567-2683


WANTED: A KNUCKLEBOOM loader (740) 622-5216.

Wanted to Buy

WANTED: NAPELEON Kerosene heati n g stove. State price. & Condition. John Miller, 8995 TR 609, Fredericksburg OH 44627. ICH KAUF Trash piles & Dumps. Call evenings @ 330-275-7980

PINE LOG/ SOFT PALP WOOD delivered into Strasburg Area at a stead supply for a shavings mill. (330) 533-7090. WANTED: SOMEONE to haul 1 person to and from work. 4-5 miles one way. (330) 600-0849

WANTED: ROUND Wire Corn Crib, (330) 473-0096

Home Condo For Sale

CONDO FOR Sale, 2 bedroom, 2 bath, All one level. Cathedral Ceilings, low maintenance, in-town convenience, Millersburg. (330) 231-6255

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FOR RENT immediately, 40 acres chemical-free land at CR 150 / TR 104. Call 330-231-1212. 46 ACRES, 80% Wooded, over 1,000 ft of road footage on both sides. No Mineral rights. Washington County. $100,000 (419) 651-2021


Comm Property - Sale

60X80 BUILDING on 2 city lots, All utilities available, Natural gas heat, Wired for 220V, Several overhead doors. Suitable for small business, multiple apts or storage. Located on the North side of Killbuck. $50,000 (330) 231-7160



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FOR SALE: Parting out 1989S10 - Chevy 6 cyl. Runs good, 5 speed tran, $800 OBO 330-279-2142

Comm. Property - Rent 545

FOR RENT: 311 W Main St., Holmesville, 3br, 1ba, Stove, Frig, W/D Hookup, Very Clean, Assist Pets Only, Non-Smoking. Deposit & References (330) 674-0099 COUNTRY HOME. 3 min from Millersburg. Private location. $750/mo. Call after 6pm. (330) 231-6255.

3BR 2BA Mobile Home, North of Holmesville, $550/mo +Utils & Dep. Assist Pets Only. (330) 473-8125

HEY! MOM AND DAD. Monthly unlimited tanning $35. Ladybug (330) 567-3200.

Automobiles 650

2000 FORD WINDSTAR Van, V6, 3.8 liter, 191K, New tires, Motor runs good, AC does not work, Has a little rust. $1,850. For info call. 330-473-8336 1988 Honda Accord Auto, Good little work car, $600 OBO 330-231-4726 1965 MUSTANG, Nice but not perfect, Nice driving car. 42,000 Miles, $6,250. (330) 496-3412



ARCTIC CAT 250 4-Wheeler, 4x4, Blade & Windshield, Excellent $2,500. Arctic Cat 650 Prowler, Good cond., $6,500. 330-359-5753 or (330) 763-0376

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.


DUST BUNNIES Cleaning Co. offers an affordable housecleaning service tailored to meet your needs. Insured/bonded. Call Michelle at (330) 844-1604. MENNONITE GIRL WILL come do house cleaning for you, & anything you want done. Dependable, Experienced. Has own transportation. Call 330-275-6998.


FOR SALE: 2 doors, and a hood for a 80-86 ford truck. Also, a tailgate for a 93-97 ford truck. (330) 464-1093.


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.

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

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

ERB'S EXCAVATING, ponds, driveways, land & fence row clearing, log cutting & skidding experience. Free estimates. (330) 600-1568.



Building all types of wood & wire fences. Have ambusher to clear old fence rows. Free estimates. United Fencing 330-359-2314, ext.1/ 330-231-8813 DOUGHTY FENCE Builders. Building all types: board, split, rail, woven, wire, barb, horse, cote, hitensil. Also repairs. 330-8931803 330-763-1433 YODER'S FENCE & Brush Removal. Will built all types of farm fence. 23 yrs. exp. Free Estimates. 330-763-0497 SCHEDULE FALL Fencing Now!! Woven wire, Barb, Nonclimb, Highensil, Horsecote, Board, Diamond, Split, and Horse Rail. Wood and steel posts. Gates, Hog, and Cattle panels. Installation and retail. Doughty Valley Fence. (330) 674-7440 ext. 2.



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

New Philadelphia Office

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


GORILLA PAINTING Contractors-Commercial division-740-2944501; Residential division--330-2313541. See us on FB

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Trucks SUVs

2003 CHEVY SILVERADO 1500 4wd, Ext. cab, Runs great. $5,900/obo. (330) 432-3627.


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

• Vinyl Windows 72 • 06500 FreeAD11797131 Installations • Free windows Estimates 4881 CR 207 Millersburg, OH

Motorcycles ATVs

2006 ARCTIC Cat 400, 4WD w/snow blade, $4,500/obo. Winesburg area. 330-359-5383.


2010 Mazda Cx-9 awd

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

207 Doors & Windows

12' BASS Boat, w/6HP Johnson Motor & Trailer, w/Trolling motor. $950 OBO. Will sell seperate. (330) 674-1400

FOR SALE:Porta Boat w/4 stroke. 4 hp Honda Motor. Like new. Trolling motor & all access. $2100 OBO. Levi Swartz., 3907 S. Kansas Rd., A.C., OH 44606

Building Materials

NOW OPEN Centerline Cabinets 8494 East Lincoln Way Orrville, Ohio Lite Oak and dark Beech cabinets. Semi loads in stock. Assembled box cabinets made in USA. 330-683-3030. Mon. 10-7, Tues.-Fri. 8-5. Marble tops, faucets



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LARGEST STOCK of Passenger Vans in Holmes County for Sale. Call or text (330) 763-3234

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Apartment Rentals

Home Condo Rentals


Mobile Home Rentals

Land Sale Rent 500

NICE 2BR upstairs apt w/Garage in Killbuck. Assist animals only. 439$/mon. includes water, sewer, & lawn care. (330) 276-4091

Owen & Ada Yoder 330-567-2464 7858 TR 551 Holmesville OH 44633

FOR RENT: Home w/Barn between Mt. Hope & Winesburg on CR 160. No Electric. (330) 893-9371



Trucks SUVs 770

2001 CHEVY SILVERADO 1500 Series 4WD, 4 new tires, alot of new parts. $3,000. (740) 229-6183.

MECHANICS OR Handy Man garage. 17' gantry crane and 40' long eye beam. 1 mi. N. of Nashville. $85/mo+elec. (330) 378-5121.



Home Condo Rentals 540

FOR RENT: 3 BR Home. 1st floor util. rm, refrig/stove furn., garage, large lawn $575/mo. 330-567- 5900.


WANTED: PIONEER or Honeyville round corn crib. (330) 674-1539.

WANTED: NATURAL gas heating stove. 410 State price and condition. Levi Schlabach 12866 CR 330, Big Prairie, OIH 44611

Home Condo For Sale 475



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Roofing & Spouting

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6000 FT Storage Space w/concrete f l o o r for rent. Levi EL Hershberger, 3765 SR 39, Millersburg. (330) 893-3263 BOATS AND RV STORAGE 330-674-2331.



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

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1130 888-852-4111 Windows 10181081 FOGGED HOUSE WINDOWS? We can fix them without replacing the entire window. (330) 674-7556.

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Thursday, September 12, 2013 — 39 We’ll Fit Your Lifestyle

College Hills Honda

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2013 Civic LX Coupe Automatic

2013 Fit Base Manual Transmission 36 Month Lease


137 Mo.

$3000 Due At Signing

36 Month Lease

Special finance Rates 0.9% 24-60 Months


189 Mo.

2013 Civic LX Sedan Automatic

$3000 Due At Signing

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

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159 Mo.

$3000 Due At Signing

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




2013 Accord CVT Sedan LX 36 Month Lease

229 Mo.


2013 Accord Coupe EXL CVT

$3000 Due At Signing

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

36 Month Lease


339 Mo.

Special finance Rates




2014 Odyssey EXL

$3000 Due At Signing

36 Month Lease

427 Mo.


$3000 Due At Signing






2013 Crosstour EXL V6 AWD




36 Month Lease Mo. $3000 Due At Signing

36 Month Lease

Special finance Rates 0.9% 24-60 Months

2013 Ridgeline RT

2013 Pilot EXL AWD

399 Mo.

399 Mo.



36 Month Lease $3000 Due At Signing

48 Month Lease

359 Mo.

$3000 Due At Signing

Special finance Rates 0.9% 24-60 Months

$3000 Due At Signing


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. All leases and finance rates for well qualified buyers approved with Honda Financial services good through 11-04-2013.

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

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


2010 Honda Accord LX-P


2013 Civic EXL CPE


2010 Honda Accord LXP



2011 CRV SE 4WD


2010 Civic LX SDN


2010 CRV LX 4WD

2009 Civic Hybrid NAV



2011 Odyssey EXL-NAVI


2008 Accord EXVL


2011 CRV EXL 4WD


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

2010 Civic LX

2010 Accord EX VL




2012 Accord LX 5 Speed

Other Select Used Cars $ A178A


1998 Contour SE

$ 9986A



2008 Sonata LTD



2000 Camry LE

$ A191A


2010 Camry SE

$ A172A



2009 Camry LE



2010 Cobalt LT

WE BUY $ A156A


2005 LeSabre Custom

$ A137A



2005 Lacrosse CX



2007 Accord CPE EXL

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

$ A169A


2007 Five Hundred SEL


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

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LOW MILES! 04 Chevy Venture

06 Buick Lacrosse


10 Dodge Caliber

Only 48,000 Miles!!! Power Windows & Locks, Tilt Wheel, Cruise Control, Air.

Only 39,000 Miles!!!!! Power Windows & Locks, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air.

Only 32,000 Miles!!! Power Windows & Locks, CD Stereo, Air




08 Dodge Grand Caravan

13 Chevy Cruze LT

12 Chevy Malibu LT

Only 46,000 Miles!!! 7 Passenger, Power Windows & Locks, Alloy Wheels

Only 25,000 Miles!!! Power Windows & Locks, Keyless Entry, Cloth, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air, Tinted Windows.

Only 22,000 Miles!!! Power Seats, Power Sunroof, Leather, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air.




09 Chevy Malibu LT

13 Chevy Impala LT

12 Jeep Liberty 4x4

Only 22,000 Miles!!! Power Seats, Power Sunroof, Leather, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air.

Only 12,000 Miles!!! Power Seat, Remote Start, Keyless Entry, Driver Info Center, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air, XM Radio

Only 29,000 Miles!!! Power Windows & Locks, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air




12 Chevy Malibu LTZ

12 Chevy Captiva LT

04 Dodge 3/4 Ton Ext 4x4 Laramie

08 Chevy Colorado 4x4

Power Seats, Heated Leather, Power Windows & Locks, CD Stereo, Tow Package.


Tilt Wheel, Cruise Control, Bedliner, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air

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



08 Ford 1/2 Ton Ext 4x4 XLT

08 Chevy 1/2 Ton Reg 4x4 Tilt Wheel, Cruise Control, Bedliner, CD Stereo, Air, Tow Package, 1 Owner.

08 Chevy Colorado Crew 4x4 LT

Power Windows & Locks, Keyless Entry, Fog Lights, Bed Cover, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Tow Package




11 Chevy 1/2 Ton Reg 4x4 LT Z71

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

Power Windows & Locks, CD Stereo, Air, Tow Package, Long Bed.

09 Chevy 1/2 Ton Ext 2WD

Only 31,000 Miles!!! Power Seat, Power Windows & Locks, Alloy Wheels, Air, Tow Package.

09 Chevy 3/4 Ton Ext 4x4




10 GMC Acadia AWD

Only 18,000 Miles!!! Power Sunroof, Bose Speakers, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels.

Only 17,600 Miles!!! Power Seat, Power Windows & Locks, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air

Only 39,000 Miles!!! All Wheel Drive, Power Windows & Locks, Alloy Wheels, CD Stereo




05 Dodge Dakota XLT 4x4

08 GMC 1/2 Ton 4x4

10 Dodge Ram Crew 4x4

Tilt Wheel, Cruise Control, Bedliner, CD Stereo, Air, Tow Package.

10 GMC 3/4 Ton Ext 4x4

Only 48,000 Miles!!! Power Windows & Locks, Bedliner, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air, Tow Package, Z71

Power Windows & Locks, Bed Cover, CD Stereo, Air, Tow Package.

Only 22,000 Miles!!! Power Seats, Power Windows & Locks, Bedliner, CD Stereo, Air, HD, Tow Package




IMPORTS 01 Honda Accord

Power Seat, Sunroof, Leather Seats, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air


05 Honda Odyssey

Power Seats, Power Windows & Locks, Keyless Entry, Sunroof, TV/DVD, Heated Leather


12 Mazda Mazda2 Touring

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



99 Chevy Express ......................................................... $1,497 02 Chevy Cavalier LS .....................................$1,846 97 Ford Ranger Ext 4x4 XLT ........................... $1,981 01 Chrysler Town & Country........................ $1,991 03 Buick Regal LS. ........................................... $2,488 98 Chevy 1/2 Ton...............................................$2,991 03 Chevy Astro ..................................................$2,991

12 Mazda CX-7

Power Windows & Locks, Keyless Entry, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air, Tinted Windows.

98 Dodge 1/2 Ton Ext 4x4 ..............................$2,991 99 Buick Century ............................................ $3,991 01 Chevy 1/2 Ton Reg 4x4 ........................... $3,991 00 Ford Explorer 4x4 ..................................... $3,991 97 Ford 1/2 Ton Ext 2WD ............................... $3,991 99 Pontiac Firebird ........................................ $3,991 01 Jeep Grand Cherokee Laredo 4x4 ......... $3,992


07 Mazda CX-9 AWD

Power Seat, Sunroof, Bose Speakers, 6-CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air, Tow Package.




SALE ENDS 9/19/13

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Holmes County Hub Shopper, Sept. 12, 2013  

Holmes County Hub Shopper covers events and news in and around Holmes County, Ohio. This week's cover story is about the Holmes County Home...