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Calendar September Holmes Christian Women to meet; reservations due Friday The Homes County Christian Women’s Club will meet at Carlisle Inn, in Walnut Creek, on Tuesday, Oct. 1, from 9:3011:30 a.m. The program will feature a mini retreat, with the Rev. Burnetta Armour, pastor of Millersburg and Clark Presbyterian Churches, presenting “ Where am I?”. Reservations are due by Sept. 27 to: Mary Ann at 330-674-2767, Rheba at 330-343-7046 or hccwSee Pg. 2 — CALENDAR

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Apple Dumpling Festival famous for dessert made from family recipe By KELLEY MOHR Staff Writer SHREVE — Enjoy apple dumplings and much more at the 30th annual Apple Dumpling Festival at Whispering Hills on Oct. 5. Held at Whispering Hills Campground & RV Park, the fall festival will include apple butter stirring, family games, crafts and the famous homemade dessert, the apple dumpling. These famous sweet treats are handmade by Ruth Saurer using a recipe dating back more than 40 years. “My mom is 91 years now and she developed the recipe while we had Westwood Restaurant,” explained Roger Murray. “She developed it as a special dessert treat. She served thousands and it became a smash hit with our customers.” “She did it for years and years. We started to have a special fall festival at Whispering Hills 30 years ago centering around her apple dumpling. Now, we still serve her famous apple dumpling,” he added. Made from scratch using this same recipe, the dumplings have been shared with campers and guests each year since the first fall festival 30 years ago. While the recipe is

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The Apple Dumpling Festival on Oct. 5 at Whispering Hills will feature family friendly games and activities, crafts vendors, food and of course, apple dumplings. kept under lock and key, visitors can sample the famous sweets at the festival. Admission is free, and everyone is welcome, said Whispering Hills Activities Coordinator Melissa Patrick. However, warned Murray, the treats should be eaten at the diner’s own risk. “You have to be careful, you could become addicted if you eat just one. It’s a different type of recipe and it’s very

good,” he said, noting that he has tried other recipes. “None are like Mom’s — It is the best recipe going. It’s a family secret.” Besides the food, another attraction is the line-up of craft vendors selling everything from holiday decorations to lawn décor. “We will have craft vendors here on Saturday and they will be selling all different kinds of crafts in the main pavil-

ion,” said Patrick. “And of course, the apple dumplings will be available in the cafe.” The festival will also play host to a variety of family friendly games for all ages. “Last year we did a pipe wrench toss and a game with a big cast iron skillet, and we had an apple throw,” said Patrick. In further celebration of the season, the campground pavilion will be decorated in a fall theme.

“We’ve already gotten our fall decorations up,” said Patrick. Though the campground offers activities and events throughout the camping season for the entire family to enjoy, the Apple Dumpling Festival is a fall favorite. “This year is the 30th year that we’ve had the fall festival. It’s been a tradition to do it, plus we have our apple dumplings See Pg. 2 — APPLE

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Apple (Continued From Page 1) which is a recipe like no other,” said Patrick. “It’s a chance to come out and get some end-of-theseason camping in. For

the locals, it’s not too far away to find a relaxed festival setting.” Whispering Hills RV Park is located three miles south of Shreve at 8248 State Route 514. For

more information, contact Whispering Hills at 330-567-2137. Reporter Kelley Mohr can be reached at 330674-5676 or

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Calendar a friendly team competition. Registration forms are available at the Holmes County Health District, 85 N. Grant St., Due to Election Day, the November Millersburg, third floor. meeting has been changed to Nov. 12. The competition will run Sept. 30-Dec. The group will return to Der Dutchman. 15 and teams of 10 or more are required. Feature will be by Gospel Book Store Members will report weekly to their with Matthew Wengerd speaking. team captain. Points are rewarded for For more information call Margi Oller every minute of physical activity with 330-674-7723 or dawdys@embarqmail. a minimum requirement of 10 minutes. com. The program is not limited to walking. Dancing, aerobics, gardening are all examples of physical activity. ParFall fish fry to be ticipants who log at least 60 points every week of the competition will be entered at Swiss Festival American Legion Post 494, of Sugar- into a prize drawing. A traveling trophy creek, located on North Broadway will be awarded to the team with the Street in Sugarcreek, will offer all-you- highest per person point average at the can-eat fish frys on Friday, Sept. 27 and end of the competition. The cost to participate is $5 for adults Saturday, Sept. 28 at the Ohio Swiss and $3 for youth (18 and younger). The Festival; Saturday, Oct. 19 and Saturday, Nov. 16. The public is invited and the deadline to register is Sept. 27. For more fish frys will run from 4-7 p.m. or until information or to register, contact the Holmes County Health District at 330the food is gone. 674-5035. (Continued From Page 1)

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 from 7-10:30 a.m., in the home of Maudie Raber, located at 3497 County Road 135. All are welcome, and donations will be accepted. The breakfast will consist of pancakes, sausage, home fries, biscuits and gravy. Donations are accepted. The auxiliary, part of the Pomerene Foundation, serves as the fundraising branch of the Volunteer Services Department. The Auxiliary donates funds to the hospital for the purchase of new equipment, and also operates the hospital gift shop. Contact Callie Selders at 330-674-1584, Ext. 1100, for additional information or questions regarding the breakfast.

October Veterans office taking assistance applications The Holmes County Veterans Service Center will accept applications for assistance for October through Oct. 25 at noon. The Veterans Service Commission board meeting will be held Oct. 28 at 6:30 p.m. Office hours are Monday, 8:30 a.m.5:30 p.m., Tuesday-Friday 8:30 a.m.-4-30 p.m. The office will be closed Oct. 14 in observance of Columbus Day. For more information all 330-6744806.





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There will be a soup supper Tuesday, Oct. 1 from 5-7:30 p.m. at Berlin ElemenFish fry is Sunday tary School. Menu includes chili or chickThere will be a fish fry Sunday, Sept. en noodle soup, crackers, relish plate/ 29, at noon at Lake Memorial Park, Big dip, rolls/peanut butter spread, cheese, Prairie. All you care to eat with fish, fry pies/cookies and beverage. Tickets french fries, coleslaw, fried dill pickles, are $5 for adults and $4.50 for ages 4-12 applesauce, dessert, orange drink and in advance. At the door cost is $5.50 for coffee (bottled beverages extra). Cost is adults and $5 for ages 4-12. Ages 3 and $8 for adults, $4 for ages 12 and young- younger are free. There also will be a er. All proceeds go to the maintenance Scholastic Book Fair in the library during and improvement of the park, located the supper. Sponsored by Berlin Parent one mile west of Big Prairie on Holmes Organization, proceeds will be used to County Road 100. Carry-out meals will purchase materials, games and equipbe available. ment for educational programs.

Holmes walking program starts Sept. 30 The Healthy Holmes County Coalition is accepting registrations from teams for the 2013 Walking on to Wellness program. The goal is for people to become more physically active through

Friends of Holmes Library to meet Tuesday The Friends of the Holmes County Library will meet Tuesday, Oct. 1 at 1:30 See Pg. 5 — CALENDAR

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(Continued From Page 2) p.m. in the Conference Room of the Main Library in Millersburg. Major items of business include the annual October Used Book Sale and the author luncheon and reception. All library supporters are encouraged to attend to participate in the development of library services for the whole community. The Friends of the Holmes County Library meet regularly the first Tuesday of each month at the Main Library. All interested library patrons are welcome. For additional information, phone 330496-2472.

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Ham dinner at Wilmot All-you-can-eat ham dinner (includes scalloped potatoes, green beans, applesauce, coleslaw, dinner rolls, a slice of pie and beverage) will be served family style on Sunday, Oct. 13 from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Adults, $8, children 4-10, $4, children 3 and younger eat free. The meal is served in the Wilmot Fire Hall, 204 Mill St. Church groups welcome. All proceeds benefit Wilmot Fire & Rescue — a volunteer department. Carry-outs are available. 330-3595995.

raffle. Barbecued chicken $3.50. All proceeds will meal includes 1/4 chick- go toward a walking/runen, noodles, applesauce, ning path at the school. roll, dessert and beverage and cost is $7.50. Hot Monville to do dog meal includes hot dog, noodles, applesauce, book signing dessert and beverage for The Gospel Book Store

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is the widow of Charlie Roberts (the Nickel Mines Amish schoolhouse shooter). She is publishing a book titled “One Light Still Shines: My life Beyond the Shadow of the Amish Schoolhouse Shooting.” The book will be published by Zondervan and is due to be released Oct. 1.

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Millersburg Glass Clark Elementary to hold fundraiser Association to The annual Clark Elehold sales, auction mentary School fund-

Millersburg Glass Association will hold a reception and sale Friday, Oct. 4, 6-9 p.m. for members only. On Saturday, Oct. 5, the sale will be open to the public at 9 a.m. followed by an auction at 10 a.m. at Holmes County Catholic Center, 379 S. Crawford St., Millersburg. Memberships will be available at the door. For more information, call 330-763-4769 or 330-2312515.

will be welcoming Marie Roberts Monville for a book signing and speaking event on Saturday, Oct. 26. She will be signing books at the Gospel Book Store in the German Village Center from 9 a.m.-noon and then speaking at the Perry Reese Center at Hiland High School at 6 p.m. She



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Church news Music, music, music Rachel Lampa featured at Harvest Praise in Lakeville By KELLEY MOHR Staff Writer For fun on the farm, rain or shine, Harvest Praise is back again. The free event runs from 3-8 p.m. Saturday at the Visocky Farm in Lakeville. It’s a gathering place for friends, worship and good food, said event organizer Patricia Visocky. Activities will include balloons, hay rides, silly string games and music, music, music. This year, that means a performance by national recording artist and Dove Award winner Rachael Lampa. Other live music will be provided by local talent.

“She has an amazing voice,” said Visocky. “She is a national recording artist who is well known within the Christian music community.” The musical lineup begins at 4 p.m. with Jeff Polen, followed by New Beginnings at 5 p.m., Simply Worship at 6 p.m. and Lampa at 7 p.m. Over the years, the event has grown. “It started out really small and simple — a band, hot dogs and a couple of hours,” said Visocky. “Now it is several bands and half a day. Little by little it has grown through the years.” A free pulled pork dinner

will be served at 5 p.m., which includes a Bring A Dessert contest. Participants are invited to bake, buy or bring any type of dessert in a disposable dish to enter. “Bring the yummiest dessert and win a prize,” Visocky said. It all takes place in the family barn, a building that seemed made for a concert. Now, the event is in its 11th year. When the Chuck and Pat Visocky family moved to their farm near Lakeville in 1999, the 100-year-old bank barn seemed to be waiting for something. That something was a concert. “We moved here in 1999 and when we brought our family

Longenecker Church to hold Harvest Festival Longenecker Mennonite Church, County Road 186, near Winesburg, will be holding its annual Harvest Festival Saturday, Oct. 5. The public is invited; all activities take place outside under a large tent. Take a lawn chair and enjoy the day. The events scheduled include: 7-10:30 a.m., all you care to eat breakfast with pancakes and sausage, sausage gravy with biscuits and corn mush. 9 a.m.-4 p.m., car and motorcycle show with prizes to be awarded in 17 categories and Best of Show. Pick out your favorite car or motorcycle.

10:30 a.m., children’s auction with items and bidding for children’s participation. 11 a.m.-4 p.m., food stand includes pulled pork sandwiches, sloppy joes, hot dogs/coneys, nachos, ham & bean soup with cornbread. Noon, main auction, featuring a 1963 Nova with less than 20k miles, walnut live sawn table and six chairs and a wide variety of other items including hardwood furniture, tools and camp chairs. Other activities and offerings include: homemade ice cream, apple dumplings, bake sale,

here, we took them to see our old bank barn. Everyone always says, ‘You should have a concert here,’” said Visocky. Thus, the Visockys began holding a semi-annual worship day full of food, fellowship and, most of all, music — Harvest Praise. “Simply put, it is a celebration of Christian fellowship,” said Visocky. “My musical bend is toward worship music, so that came naturally to have a concert that is Christian-music oriented. It’s nondenominational — there is no preaching — it is just music, food and fun.” Harvest Praise, said Visocky, is an event for anyone and everyone.

“People can come and experience something positive. And it’s all free,” she said. “We wanted to offer something positive to the community — maybe somebody out there is seeking some truth about the Lord and might hear something if they come here. It is about Christ-centered fun where people can come together to have a good time and hear a lot of good music.” The Visocky Farm is located at 9981 Snoddy Road, Lakeville. For more information, call 330-621-2268 or 440-315-1029. Reporter Kelley Mohr can be reached at 330-674-5676 or

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arrowhead knapping and a supervised children’s area with a balloonist, face painting and jumphouse. All proceeds from the festival benefit the Longenecker building fund and a local family in need. For more information, visit the church’s website at or contact the church at 330-359-5155. On Sunday, Oct. 6, Honeytown will be performing at Longenecker beginning at 10 a.m. Honeytown is a unique blend of funked up, unpredictable folk, harmonic rock and roll, and progressive bluegrass music.

Gospel Book Store will present two fall concerts at Fisher Auditorium, 1680 Madison Ave., Wooster (corner of U.S. Route 250 and state Route 83 South). On Saturday, Oct. 12 at 7 p.m. The Old Paths Quartet and Brian Free and Assurance will be in concert. On Saturday, Nov. 9 at 7 p.m., the Booth Brothers will perform. Tickets are available by contacting the Gospel Book Store. Call 330-8932523 or send mail to P.O. Box, 320 Berlin, OH 44610. Tickets are $19 in advance/$23 at the door. Cost is $10 for ages 3-12.

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Singspiration Benefit is Oct. 20 Singspiration Benefit will feature Faithful Four, High Country Bluegrass and Valley Voices Sunday, Oct. 20 at St. Peters United Church of Christ Fiat. A light meal, by donation, will follow singing. Proceeds will benefit Bread For The World, Akron Canton Food Bank and Pirate Power Pack Program. The church is located at 10639 Oak Valley Road. Take state Route 93 to Baltic, turn up hill past school, 3 miles to T in the road, turn right on Troendly Road, turn right and first road on the right. For information call 330-8971243.

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musician David Wells during their morning worship services on Sunday, Sept. 29. Having started playWolf Creek Baptist ing trumpet at age 9, Church, U.S. Route 62, Wells has released 13 will present an evening CDs, including the 2012 of “down home” sing- Billboard charting single ing and praise, featuring “Never Giving Up.” He the Angle Brothers with also is founder and CEO Vickie of Aurora, along of the Chocolate Jazz with other groups, on Foundation, a nonprofit Saturday, Sept. 28, at 6 organization that encourp.m. Those who like good ages and supports music Gospel music will enjoy in the schools. this event. For informaWells will be sharing in tion, call 330-276-4809. Christian music Sept. 29 at the 9:15 a.m. worship at Blissfield, 7 miles south of Jazz musician to Killbuck on state Route play Sunday 60; and at the 10:30 a.m. The Blissfield and Kill- worship service at the buck United Method- Killbuck United Methodist churches are hosting ist Church, 410 Main St., nationally known jazz Killbuck.

Christian Women’s Club will meet at Carlisle Inn, in Walnut Creek, on Tuesday, Oct. 1 from 9:3011:30 a.m. The program “How Should the will feature a mini retreat, Church Talk About with the Rev. Burnetta Homosexuality?” will Armour, pastor of Millbe the topic presented ersburg and Clark Presat Welcome Church of byterian churches, using Christ by Larry Weckess- the topic “ Where am I?”. er, BSN, RN, on Sunday, Reservations are due by Sept. 29 from 6:30-7:30 Friday, Sept. 27 to: Mary p.m. Refreshments will Ann at 330-674-2767, follow and all are wel- Rheba at 330-343-7046 or come. The church in on Township Road 257, off Due to Election Day, the corner of state Route the November meeting 60, south of state Route has been changed to Nov. 39. For more information, 12. The group will return 330-466-8678. to Der Dutchman. Feature will be by Gospel Holmes Christian Book Store with Matthew Wengerd speaking. Women to meet For more information The Homes County call Margi Oller 330-674-

Baltic Zion to hold ham and chicken supper Baltic Zion United Church of Christ will hold its annual ham and chicken supper benefit on Saturday, Oct. 12 from 5-7 p.m. at the church, 203 N. Butler St., Baltic. The menu includes: ham, chicken, noodles, scalloped or mashed potatoes, green beans, applesauce or coleslaw, dessert and beverage. Cost is $8.50 for adults and $4 for ages 5-12. Carryouts will be available. Proceeds will benefit local missions

Hopewell Presbyterian to hold Harvest Bazaar Plan to attend the annual Harvest Bazaar at Hopewell Presbyterian Church, 6900 State Route 754, south of Shreve, on Saturday, Oct. 12. The bazaar features crafts, handmade items, jams, jellies, baked goods, produce and much more. Lunch is served all day and includes soup, sandwiches, dessert and ice cream. Soup and homemade ice cream is available by the quart for take-home. The bazaar is sponsored by Hopewell Church trustees.

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New & Used Books- Trades Accepted

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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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Local Entertainment Entertainment briefs Living traditions in heart of Ohio Coshocton County possesses a wealth of talented


artists and craftspeople. While pursuing their personal artistic visions, many Coshocton artists draw inspiration from the history, heritage and



traditions of the region, infusing their work with an appreciation of place and past. A multi-site exhibition of fine arts and crafts from Coshocton

County has been created to showcase select artists. Coshocton Crossroads: Living Traditions in the Heart of Ohio will be on display through Jan. 5, in

You’re invited to the Country Gals Fall Fest!



Sept 28 & 29 and Oct 5 & 6 Saturday 9-5 & Sunday 11-4

3 items of your choice!

Locust Hill Antiques, home decor, and repurposed items 419-651-9492 Kara

Excludes items already on sale Expires Oct, 5th 2013

Harpsters’ Old Granary Home Decor, candles, floral & “old finds” 419-631-2169 Debi & Doris

Open: Mon-Fri 8-5; Sat 9-3 1 Mile West of Mt. Hope


Roscoe Village. This exhibition explores the theme of local tradition and personal artistic vision as a means of understanding what is ‘local’ about local-

Tossed & Found Handmade, repurposed & found treasures 330-347-7866 Arlene and Sherry Vintage Collectibles & Country Clutter Small furniture, home & outdoor items 330-317-0723 Tami & Jennie


ly made arts and crafts from Coshocton County. A free visitor guide with walking map will accompany the exhibition. A website with additional information on Coshocton County and the featured artists will go live in advance of the exhibition opening.

Euchre scheduled Saturdays at Holmesville Legion The Holmesville American Legion will be holding weekly euchre tournaments each Saturday, at 7 p.m., beginning Sept. 14. For more information call the Legion at 330-279-3040. See Pg. 9 — BRIEFS


Friday Nights Oct. 4th & 18th



• Cider • Mums • Apples • Fall Squash • Baked Goods • Homemade Ice Cream ADOPT YOUR PUPPY HERE

Friday Nights Oct. 4th & 18th From 4:00 p.m. till ? Free horse drawn wagon ride to the pumpkin patch Price .30¢ / lb. $2.00 min. / $10.00 max

Store Hours Mon. - Sat. 8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Closed Sundays

Hershberger’s Farm & Bakery LTD

Free Kettle Corn FREE Pony & Draft Rides

Special Soup, Sandwich & Drink for $5.00 Farm Store Now Carrying Custom Leather Belts, a Variety of Bird Seeds, A Lot of Bird Feeders and Lots More

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Call for special prices for school groups

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for each workshop. Name That Tree and Winter Tree are very popular one-day basic tree (Continued From Page 8) identification workshops designed to give particiEuchre party pants in-depth training Public Euchre Card and practice on identifyParty will be held Tues- ing trees using leaves and day, Oct. 29, 7 p.m., at St. other common characLuke Community Center, teristics. The class begins Rambo Street, Danville indoors with some intro(turn west at traffic light, ductory identification go ½ block — directly clues and samples that across street from Dan- are used to work through ville High School); $1 a dichotomous key. The admission; prizes and afternoon is spent outside refreshments. practicing. Online registration with

Name That Tree ID workshop is Friday Full day Name That Tree ID workshops are scheduled to be presented on Friday, Sept. 27, at the Secrest Arboretum, Jack & Deb Miller Pavilion, 1680 Madison Ave., Wooster, and Tuesday, Oct. 1 at Big Creek Park, 9160 Robinson Road, Chardon, and Winter Tree ID on Friday, Nov. 1, at The Lodge at Allardale, 141 Remsen Road, Medina. Lunch and materials are included in the cost of $35

credit card is available at Pioneer Fest www.woodlandstewards. Brochures can Take a step back in be downloaded from the time on Saturday, Oct. website. Questions? Call 614688-3421 or email Make checks payable to The Ohio State University, and mail to: Ohio Woodland Stewards Program, SENR, 2021 Coffey Road, 210 Kottman Hall, Columbus, Ohio 43210.

5 in Apple Creek and watch dozens of artisans and vendors demonstrate their crafts, like basket

weaving, quilting and wood-carving. There will See Pg. 11 — BRIEFS

Golf Tournament

Apple Creek to hold its first


Concert to Benefit

Saturday, October 5th at 8:00pm The Duncan Theater & Event Center 110 Main St., Killbuck, OH 44637 330-763-4424

Tickets can be purchased from the Duncan Theater Facebook page or by calling the theater. $25 general seating • $30 preferred seating

Willandale Golf Course – Sugarcreek, Ohio

Saturday, October 5, 2013 Shotgun Start: 9:00 a.m. 4 person Scramble $50.00 per person includes: 18 Holes - 1/2 Cart - Steak Dinner


HOLE-in-ONE = CAR GIVEAWAY ~ Moomaw Automotive HOLE-in-ONE = Custom Golf Cart ~ Willandale Golf Carts HOLE-in-ONE = Kindle Fire ~ Swiss Village Insurance HOLE-in-ONE = $500 Visa Gift Card ~ Swiss Village Insurance

AWARDS given for: Closest to the pin = Recliner ~ Andreas Furniture Longest putt = Putter ~ Willandale Pro Shop Longest drive = Driver ~ Willandale Pro Shop CASH PRIZES: 1st Place: $400.00 2nd Place: $300.00 3rd Place: $200.00

To Sign-up Contact: Barrs Mill Church of God 330-852-2508

COME AND EXPERIENCE 2013 SAFARI IN THE CORN MAZE OPEN SEPT. 27-NOV. 2 • Pig Race • Corn Cannon • Corn Slide • Homemade Ice Cream • Kettle Corn • Fun for the family

AT SHARP RUN MARKET Mon. by appointment • Tues-Wed: 9-5 • (Field Trips and Special Events Groups) • Thur-Sat: 9-8 • Sun. Closed Prices: 36” under – FREE; 37”-11 yr. $7.00 • Seniors $5.00 • Adults $10.00 • Group Discount (20) $8.00 each 5841 State Route 39, Millersburg, Ohio 44654• For Information Call: 330-275-7759 • Phone: 330-674-4267

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at 3939 CR. 135 Millersburg, 44654 Hours: Mon.-Thurs. 8-5; Fri. 8-4; Sat. 8-12.

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34 LOADS — 1st cutting 105-160 ton; rd. 29-40 bale; lg. sq. 105 ton; 2nd cutting 135160; bales 2.85-3.35; rd. 35 bale; 3rd cutting 180-280 ton; oats straw 110 ton; eggs 1-1.60. Machinery Auction, Sept. 28 SUGARCREEK LIVESTOCK AUCTION INC. Sept. 16 128 CALVES — Choice calves 115-150; good calves 90-110; light & thins 70-down; back to farm bulls 90-150; FEEDERS: steers & bulls 80-137.50; heifers 80-127.50; Holstein steers 85-100. 192 CATTLE — Choice steers 118-125.50; good steers 115-117.50; choice heifers 117-124.50; good heifers 110116.50; good Holstein cows 75-93; yellow & thins 70-down; bulls 90-105. 160 HORSES — Top horse 1,775; top pony 160. 5 GOATS — 35-70. FARMERSTOWN LIVESTOCK 2907 Township Road 190 Baltic; 330-897-6081 330-897-2275; 330-231-6809





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Sept. 17 75 CALVES — Good to choice calves 105-120; medium to good calves 95-105; fair to medium calves 85-95; commons and lights 85-down; crossbred calves 100-down; back to farm, bull calves 95-120 lbs. 120-152; back to farm, heifer calves 90-120. PIGS — 70 lbs. 55-92. 1 SHEEP & LAMBS — Sheep for slaughter 62. 65 BUTCHER HOGS — 210-240 lbs. 60-64; 240-260 lbs. 65-68.50; 260 lbs.-up 62-68.50; butcher sows 66-down. 47 CATTLE — Bulls 96.50; good beef cows 78-82; medium to good beef cows 74.50-78; fair to medium cows 70-74; common cows 69-down; FEEDER CATTLE — Steer and bulls 150-down; heifers 132-down. TOTAL HEAD — 188. 25 LOADS — Hay, 1st cutting 170-260 ton; 2nd & 3rd cutting 135-270; rd. hay per ton 100; big rd. bales 35-52; straw per ton, wheat 150; lg. sq. hay 140; rd straw 100-140 ton; ear corn 185-215 ton. MOUNT HOPE AUCTION Sept. 18 5 HOGS — 220-250 lbs. 71.50; 250-280 lbs. 67. 12 FAT CATTLE — Choice

Holstein steers 92-101.50. 16 BULLS — Jersey bulls 87; 1,000-1,500 lbs. 86-106; 1,5002,000 lbs.93-102.50; 2,000 lbsup 100-101. 115 CULL COWS — Good 74-85; medium-good 67-74; fair-medium 60-67; light-thin 60-down; 63 FEEDERS — Steers and heifers 70-155. 25 DAIRY — Cows 1,050down; bred heifers 1,450down. 158 CALVES — 95-120 lbs. 120-165; good 80-120; common 50-80; back to farm Holstein heifers 95-120 lbs. 60-100; crossbred bulls 45-180. 165 GOATS — Kid 125down; billies 175-down; nannies 200-down; wethers 80-230. 691 HEAD SHEEP — Bucks & ewes 40-75; lambs 40-60 lbs. choice wool 185-300; 40-60 lbs. 95-150; 60-80 lbs. choice wool 160-230; 60-80 lbs. 125-150; 80-100 lbs. 102.50-135; 100-130 lbs. 105-130; 130 lbs.-up 120. TOTAL HEAD — 1,253. 53 LOADS — Alfalfa, 2nd cutting 200-390; alfalfa, 3rd and 4th cutting, 335-430; mixed 1st cutting 200; mixed 2nd cutting 140-400; lg. bales hay 50-115 bale; lg bales hay 87.50-210 ton; wheat straw 245-320; lg. straw bales 125 ton; ear corn 165-230; firewood 165-230. Sept. 25, Dorset Cross Ewes

Midwest Cover Crops Field Guide Producers who want to prevent soil erosion, improve nutrient cycling, sustain their soils, and protect the environment have been returning to a very old practice: planting cover crops. This guide will help you effectively select, grow,

and use cover crops in your farming systems. While this guide isn’t the final word on cover crops, it is meant to be useful reference. This publication is available from Ohio State Extension, 75 E. Clinton St,, Suite 109, Millersburg, 330-6743015.

Early Spring Weeds

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KIDRON AUCTION Sept. 19 35 HOGS — 190-210 lbs. 96; 210-230 lbs. 83-89; 230-260 lbs. 65-90; butcher sows 44-72.50; boars by weight 14. 540 FEEDER PIGS — Up to 40 lbs. 17-35; 41-50 lbs. 30-50; 51-60 lbs. 30-52.50; 61 lbs.-up 45-72; bred sows and gilts 200; service boars 105-200; roasters 97.50-117.50. 90 CALVES — Back to farm, bulls 115-175; back to farm, heifers 50-110; light & thin 95-down. 113 CATTLE — Steers 90-91.50; heifers 70-77; bulls 84-86; good beef cows 80.5085.50; medium to good 74-78; thin-poor 72-down; feeder steers 60-105. 1 SHEEP — Market lambs 90-125 lbs. 117.50. 26 GOATS — 30-195. 118 DAIRY CATTLE — Cows 1,260-down; bred heifers 1,460-down; service bulls 7001,400, open heifers 435-925. Total Consignors 176; total head 923. 35 HAY & STRAW — Hay 1st cutting 160-250; hay 2nd cutting 140-350; 3rd cutting 200-300; lg. bales 45-75 each and 85-260 ton; straw 120-190 ton.

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Barb Lumley, farm columnist for the Holmes County Hub Shopper and other publications, recently underwent replacement surgery on both knees and is taking time off for recovery. Her time is being filled mostly with physical therapy, which she says isn’t fun, but is necessary and she’s doing her best. Barb says she hopes to be home and writing her column in a couple of weeks. We hope you feel better soon, Barb!

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Guides (Continued From Page 10) usually present in sufficient populations in early spring to warrant a burndown herbicide treatment before planting a summer row crop. Proper identification is critical for selecting herbicides and for determining their appropriate application rates. 2013 Midwest Vegetable Production Guide for Commercial Growers This year Ohio joined the Midwest Vegetable Production Guide for

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Commercial Growers team. Therefore, this year’s guide integrates the contents of the former Ohio Vegetable Production Guide. That integration brought the opportunity for many changes to this guide. First, the format of each crop section has changed. Second, this year’s guide includes several new sections, including Handling Pesticides, third, this guide uses the term cantaloupe instead of muskmelon, forth, several modified sections including: Transplant Production, Bees and Pollination, Cole Crops and Brassica Leafy Greens,

Briefs day while listening to Blue Grass Country or be potters, blacksmiths Appalachian folk music. with coal forges, spin- Gretchen Pleuss, singer, ners with drop spindles, song-writer and guitarist a weaver, flint knapper, will be performing. timber framer, glass smith, Speakers with historical chair caner and more. themes and presentations The event will be held 10 are scheduled throughout a.m.-4 p.m. at the Apple the day. Creek Historical Center The Wayne County and Community Learn- Public Library will be ing Center, 185 Church there for kids who want St., Apple Creek. to experience pioneer life A hog roast will be fea- through free crafts and tured and fry pies, freshly activities. Sack races and made soups, homemade other pioneer games will ice cream and lots more be available for elemenwill be available. tary school-age children. Enjoy this autumn Free admission/parking. (Continued From Page 9)

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research is done on the subject. Pond Safety Kits available at the OSU Extension office in Holmes County. Complete kit includes a base post with attached rescue equipment. A must have for all swimming and fishing ponds and manure pits. This publication is available from Ohio State Extension, 75 E. Clinton St., Suite 109, Millersburg. 330-674-3015.

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When cushions in your neck joint, called discs, get injured or wear out, they begin to degenerate and cause pain. Bulging and herniations begin to form, pressing on the nerve roots. The most common invasive treatment for disc herniations is surgery. Even with health insurance the patient is left with their own

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You snooze, you lose when the alarm goes off I’m a snooze-aholic. I’m the person who purposely sets her alarm clock nine or 18 minutes before I really need to get up so I can have the pleasure of smacking that button on the top of my clock with the force of a freight train coming down a mountain before rolling back over and snuggling into the warm blankets. Somehow, in my weary mind, I feel I am tricking my body into thinking I’m doing something really nice for it. It’s the equivalent of knowing you’re going to eat an entire pie, but you just serve yourself one sliver at a time,

purposely allowing yourself the treat and the lack of self-restraint. Because when it comes to pie and sleep, I have little self-restraint. Which is why I’m so deeply in love with my snooze button. And which is also why, I know now, I stumble around for the first 15 minutes of my day, walking in circles and doing

things I have no recollection of because my body does not like the snooze button as much as my mind does. There will be days when I have to stop and think and try to remember if I ate breakfast because I literally don’t remember what I did when I first woke up. Sometimes I even have to look at the bread bin to see if there is a missing bagel. How I manage to make a pot of coffee in this state of mind every day without burning down the house is itself a miracle. Turns out that snoozy habit of mine is doing more harm than good.

In a perfect world, or on the weekends when there are no soccer games or theater rehearsals, our bodies have little internal clocks that tell us to wake up. They get all primed and ready about an hour before our eyes pop open and little chemicals are released that wake us up happy, ready to start the day, and able to remember if we consumed toast. But the world is not perfect, and there are lunches to be packed and jobs to be done and so we rely on these mechanical devices to rouse us out of our sleep, no matter if our body is ready or not.

When we hit the snooze button, though, there’s a chance our bodies will reset and fall back into the deepest of sleeps so that nine minutes later when it goes back off you find yourself slapping your nightstand and then standing in your bathroom wondering how you got there. As always, the Internet provides countless tips on how to break the snooze addiction. Some of them are really genius, as if some fancy scientist worked very hard to come up with them. These suggestions are: Go to bed earlier; put your alarm clock out of your reach;

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and disable your snooze button by super gluing it so that it is impossible to use. Other more creative ideas are: Buy a coffee pot with a timer; set your thermostat to heat your room an hour before waking so that your body will release those wake-up chemicals; or get a really loud alarm that will scare you so senseless that even if you push the snooze, your beating heart will keep you wide awake. My favorite suggestion however, is to “reward your brain with being awake with an enjoyable mental activity such as reading a book, playing a game, or playing a musical instrument.” I’m going with the last one. So if at 6 a.m. one morning you hear the faint sounds of a saxophone coming from my house, do not panic. I’m simply trying to remember if I enjoyed that bagel or not. Endnote: Ever wonder why snooze alarms are only nine minutes? It’s a feature of the digital age. The clock only has to concentrate on the minute hand. Ain’t got time for more math, I guess. Find Karrie on Facebook at Karrie McAllister.

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When life gives you grapes it’s time to quit trying My next-door sister, Sandy, and I stood across the fence from each other and looked up admiring the leafy canopy that hovers over the space between our houses. In the 24 years we’ve been neighbors the cover had never been so thick, nor the shade so deep. “Pretty awesome, isn’t it?” I said, reminding her I had actually transplanted some of the trees that make up our little rainforest when they were mere saplings. “The crab apple and dogwood were already here, but I planted the oak and both cherries.” “So where did the grapes come from?” she said pointing to a tangled clump 30 feet above the ground. “You do know you’ve got grapes up there, right?” “Well actually, sister, we

call those crab apples,” I said in a mildly condescending tone. “You see, this here is what we call a crab apple tree, therefore I’m pretty sure what you’re looking at are crab apples.” “Nope, I guarantee they’re grapes. I can almost reach out and touch them from my upstairs window!” A quick trip to the second floor and Sandy’s observation was confirmed. I was staring out the window at a sea of green and purple grapes hanging in vast, hornet-tempting bunches just a few feet away.

Furthermore, and more shocking still, the leafy canopy I had believed was being produced by an impressive resurgence of my ancient and ailing crab apple tree was, in fact, made up entirely of grape leaves! There wasn’t a single crab apple or leaf thereof in sight! My tree was dead as dust. What I actually had was a giant grapevine topiary in the form of a crab apple tree! While I wasn’t entirely surprised by the demise of the tree — it had been around for a good, long time and had become more raggedy with each passing year — the rise of a magnificent, twostory grape arbor in its place was a shocker, and constituted another amazing twist in my long and frequently troubled career as a gardener. And while my very first

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Celebrate fall at The Farm at Walnut Creek There is something for everyone each year at The Farm at Walnut Creek’s Fall Festival, Saturday, Oct. 12 and Monday, Oct. 14, in Walnut Creek. The event will include food, fall decorations, horseshoeing, broom making, pumpkin slingshot, straw castle, scavenger hunt, corn box, sheep shearing, spinning and horse drawn wagon rides. An activity children of all ages really enjoy is the “corn box,” where traditional sand is replaced with corn for a sensory experience. Parents and grandparents will watch kids jump in, bury themselves and fill buckets with the dried corn. Nationally known farrier and breeder Emery Stutzman from Dundee

will demonstrate his farrier and blacksmithing techniques as he removes old shoes and replaces them with new ones on Percheron horses from “The Farm” on Saturday and Monday. Stutzman is the breeder of the twotime national champion Percheron stallion and works as a farrier for many world champion horses. The Farm at Walnut Creek is home to more than 500 domestic and exotic animals from six continents, most of which roam freely. Among some of the animals to be found are six giraffes, Grevy zebras, dromedary camels, red tail kangaroos, swamp water buffalo, Watusi cattle, Nubian

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The Farm at Walnut Creek welcomes visitors with autumn-inspired decorations. A Fall Festival, featuring a wide variety of activities, will be held Saturday, Oct. 12 and Monday, Oct. 14. goats, African spur thigh tortoises, Vietnamese pot-bellied pigs, Percheron draft horses, Sicilian donkeys, rhea birds, ostrich and six types of

cattle, including Scotch Highland cattle. Tour two non-electric Amish houses and the many barns located on the property. The Farm

The Farm at Walnut Creek is home to more than 500 domestic and exotic animals from six continents, most of which roam freely. at Walnut Creek is a fun and educational experience for people of all ages. For more information, log on to www. thefarmatwalnutcreek. com, https://www.face- or at 330893-4200. The Farm will open at 8:30 a.m. and will stay open until dark. The last horse drawn wagon ride will depart at 6 p.m.


ing programs, employment placement services and other community programs for people who need it most. For more information on Goodwill Industries of Wayne and Holmes Counties, including a list of retail stores and donation centers, visit www.woostergoodwill. org or find the agency on Facebook and Twitter at WoosterGoodwill.

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NEW LOCATION — Bunker Hill Hardware is now open at its new location at 3939 County Road 135, Millersburg. Hours are: Monday-Thursday, 8 a.m.5 p.m.; Friday, 8 a.m.-4 p.m.; Saturday, 8 a.m.-noon. Call 330-893-3785.



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The annual Goodwill Sale event, a popular retail tradein promotion resulting from Millersburg will accept a collaboration between applications for fiscal year Elder-Beerman and Good2014 economic develop- will Industries of Wayne ment grants through Nov. and Holmes Counties will 15. The fund was created be held Thursday, Sept. 19 from moneys collected through Saturday, Oct. 5. During the sale period, under the transient occupancy (hotel/motel) tax, customers who donate and is dedicated to pro- clothing, accessories, housemoting economic devel- wares, books, computers opment within the village. and home textiles at the Applications will be Wooster, Rittman, Orrville, accepted from any per- Millersburg or Loudonville son or entity residing in Goodwill stores, or at the or doing business in Mill- Wooster Elder-Beerman ersburg. Applications may location, will receive a 20 be obtained at the Village percent off coupon for every Offices, 6 N. Washington single item they donate. The St., Millersburg, or at www. coupon is good at all ElderBeerman retail stores. This year, with more job For more information contact Karen Shaffer, vil- seekers coming for help, there is an increase in lage clerk-treasurer. demand for Goodwill services. The Goodwill Sale Goodwill generates thousands of pounds of clothing donateams with tions which are sold in five Elder-Beerman Goodwill stores throughout Wayne and Holmes counfor annual ties. The revenue from these donations funds job trainretail trade-in

Castle Club available for private rentals The Castle Club Banquet Center in Millersburg, part of the cultural center campus, can be rented for private use. Renters may provide their own food or use the club’s contracted caterers. The facility can seat up to 50 people in an inviting, warm atmosphere. It is located right next to the Victorian House with ample parking and is handicap accessible. For rental information call 330-674-0022 or email

Grapes (Continued From Page 13) by anything with a brainstem and a pulse; and stuff that spontaneously springs forth from the earth without any involvement on my part. In the latter category, each year I witness a wonderful bunch of sunflowers sprout below my

birdfeeder; presently, I’ve got a pair of good-sized pumpkins on a vine that crept out of the compost pile compliments of last year’s Halloween waste, and I recently spotted a single green pepper ripening at the edge of the lawn. And now I’ve got grapes!

Perhaps I’ve been going about this gardening thing all wrong. Next year I’ll just leave my lawn mower locked in the shed and see what bounty springs forth on its own! I can’t wait to tell my grape-spotting, next-door sister what she has inspired!

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APPLE FEST — Fall is in the air, the heat of the summer is behind us and it’s time for the fourth annual Apple Fest Down on the Farm which will be held at Schrock’s Amish Farm on Saturday, Oct. 5. Festivities begin at 4 p.m. and run until dark. All shoppers will be treated to a free apple throughout the day, while supplies last. For the kids there is free face painting, free bounce house, pony cart rides and a “corn box.” For a minimal charge, kids can decorate fall cookies and paint a mini pumpkin or do a make-it and take-it craft project at Precious Petals. Holmes County Bluegrass and Servant’s Heart with Floyd Mullet will be performing on the stage throughout the evening, so take your lawn chairs and enjoy some hometown music. There will be everything from hot cider, kettle corn, to ham and bean soup with cornbread, as well as apple dumplings and more. Every Woman’s House will offer roasted marshmallows. More activities and foods will be offered. Schrock’s Amish Farm & Village is at 4359 State Route 39 in Berlin, just across from Hiland High School. (330-893-3232)

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SEVENTH ANNIVERSARY — Precious Petals Florist and Gifts will celebrate its seventh anniversary with an open house Saturday, Oct. 5 from 9 a.m.-8 p.m. during the Apple Fest at Schrock’s Amish Farm. Having first opened in the basement of an Amish house at Schrock’s, the store moved last May into the storefront location, still at the Amish Farm, but now beside Ms. Gadgets. At the time of the move, the store expanded into a Primitive Gift Shop and started carrying Crossroad’s Candles, as well as 1824 candles from Fredericksburg. There also are homemade crafts (many made right in the store). There will be refreshments, door prizes and a fall craft for children. Check out Precious Petals on facebook.

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Land transfers A. Schlabach, 805 Maxwell Ave., $31,000. Miller Pharmacy to Millersburg Masonic Temple Co., 186 W. Jackson St., $50,000. Denver Young to JP Morgan Chase Bank National Association, 195 S. Mad Anthony St., $78,450. Rex and Kristin L. Wheeler to Wanda L. Kieffaber, 208 Knollton Drive, $116,250. David L. and Anita J. Hall to Steven L. McCrossin, 442 Uhl St., 0.179 acre, $86,500. Fire Ridge Land Co. to Thomas C. Wilke, 617 Wedgwood Way, $182,500. JFM Investments to First Knox National Bank, 109 Brambly

Hedge Drive, 0.221 acre, $67,000. The Estate of Ruth L. Bickel to Gary Lee Bickel, 649 Wooster Road, $30,000. Dustin M. and Casie L. Kessinger to Rodney D. Arnold, 57 Northern Drive, $105,000. Angel Rafael and Marilyn Camacho to Joshua R. and Kristie E. Keim, 148 Ledges Drive, 0.259 acre, $157,000. Scott Town Holdings to Campbell Oil Co., Glen Drive/South Washington Street, 0.149 acre, $85,000. Jones Street Co. to Kim A. and Cynthia C. Herman, 109 Quinn Circle, 0.467 acre, $38,250. Charlotte Emerson to Gmac Mortgage, 456

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Massillon Road, $39,200. First-Knox National Bank to Dwendell Dean and Emily Rose Miller, 35 Taylor St., 0.221 acre, $15,000. Joshua E. and Jody S. Proper to Jeffrey A. and Melinda M. Miller, 283 N. Washington St., $114,000. Curtis L. Yoder to JP Morgan Chase Bank, National Association, 164 W. Clinton St., $31,000. Jason J. Breta to Federal National Mortgage Association, 805 Maxwell Ave., $79,600. Wayne N. and Lydia Ann Miller to Nicholas S. and Rebecca L. Gutscher, 332 Massillon Road, 0.49 acre, $71,000. John B. and Gloria B. Quinn to C.J. Cox, Maxwell Avenue, $120,000. Sonia E. McKinney to John Brian and Lillie Sommers, 261 Adams St., $72,000. Richard T. and Tabitha M. Shoemaker to Eric L. Stutzman, 3255 Mad Anthony St., 0.007 acres, $73,500. Judith Kaye Lamp to James L. and Deborah

A. Schaefer, 9 Northern Drive, $69,200. Ian C. J. E. and Sara E. Reeves to Denise K. Miller, 251 School St., 0.325 acre, $86,000. Judy F. Newman to Wesley Rex Baker, 613 Wedgwood Way, 0.905 acre, $192,500. Ella Miller to Daniel W. and Mary J. Steiner, 105 Brambly Hedge Drive, $65,000. Preston R. Uhl to Cory A. Vance, 138 N. Crawford St., $49,000. J.G.&L. Corp. to LJ Sinclair Properties, 740 S. Washington St., 0.28 acre, $160,000. Holmes Co. Habitat for Humanity to Rebecca Mike, 586 Elm St., 0.156 acre, $102,000. Kathy R. Edwards to George E. and Joann Frederick, 661 S. Monroe St., 0.501 acre, $85,000. John R. Waltman to James R. and Angela M. Willard, 24 Hillside Drive, $245,000. Kathy R. Edwards to George E. and JoAnn M. Frederick, 661 S. Monroe St., 0.501 acre, $85,000.

Monroe Township — Larry D. and Carolyn G. Alexander to Scott and Michele Smith, County Road 51, 3.395 acres, $16,975. Marlin and Lisa Miller to Scott and Michele Smith, County Road 51, 4 acres, $17,000. Edward A. and Rachel Miller to Shane L. and Denim J. Larimore, 4232 Township Road 55, 4.289 acres, $128,229. First-Knox National Bank to Joseph A. and Shanna E. Schlabach, 10375 Private Road 275, 1.024 acres, $185,000. Pearl E. Odom to Philip B. and Karen R. Raber, 5425 County Road 77, 5.406, acres, $67,000. Lola Mae Yoder to Bruce Yoder, Patty Masters, Cindy McDowell, 5806 State Route 754, 0.743 acre, $20,000. Michael G. and Debra A. Kessigner to Dustin M. and Casie L. Kessinger, 10739 Township Road 274, 1.5 acres, $210,000. Joseph W. Arthur to Andrew J. Knapp, 6410 Township Road 261, 1.896 acres, $175,500.

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ning, starting with a 6 p.m. Big Wheel race and including a cheese auction and the crowning of the champion cheesemaker and the 2014 Ohio Swiss Festival Queen. She, along with the Swiss Miss, will spend the ensuing year traveling, often in the traditional red and black Swiss garb, across Ohio promoting Sugarcreek and the festival. Registration for Big Wheel race starts at 5 p.m. at the Main Street

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battle in heats to see who can scale the course the fastest in hopes of earning bragging rights as the Ohio Swiss Festival’s fastest peddler.” They’re not the only events for kids at the festival. The Kiddie parade will be held Friday at 2 p.m. along Main Street. “Everyone is a winner when children get to participate. This event features everything from smallest pet category to best-dressed Swiss boy and girl. Homemade floats seen in the past range from Radio Flyer wagons converted to airplanes and stagecoaches to Power Wheels modified to feature cheesetype tires,” according to the website. It’s followed by a kid’s pedal tractor pull, to be held on Friday at 4 p.m. in the steintossen area. Throughout the event, children, adults and entire families can enjoy fun at their own pace, taking in a variety of rides for both the very young and older riders, said Sugarcreek Mayor Clayton Weller, who said the rides are high on the list for kids, who look forward to the festival every year. Grammy-nominated acts like Del Sinchak and other popular polka bands like Hank Haller dot the two-day entertainment schedule. The polka music is especially well liked by older visitors, said Weller. See Pg. 18 — SWISS

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sans throughout the festival. This, Weller said, is a “big hit, they’re very busy there.” The fire station also is the location of a chicken barbecue to be held both Friday and Saturday, with all proceeds benefiting the festival. Food is one of the things for which the festival is known, said Weller, who said also available is the traditional cheese-on-a-stick, stromboli, pizza, steak sandwich, and all other “normal festival or fair food.” To be held Friday at 7:30 p.m. and again on Saturday at 4:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m., is the high-energy Steintossen. See Pg. 19 — SWISS

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The grand parade, a production lasting 1-1½ hours, steps off at 2 p.m. on Saturday, traveling along Main Street, looping to Maple Street via Factory Street.

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(Continued From Page 18) “The Festival would not be complete without a historic tossing competition that harkens back to the beginning of Alpine civilizations,” according to the website, which continues, “Steintossen involves the throwing of a 138-pound stone for the men’s division and a 75-pound stone for the ladies.” Contestants can enter the day of the event at the throwing pit behind the midway and fire station. “Everybody has a different technique how to throw that rock,” said Weller, who said part of the entertainment is just watching the people, who sometimes will spin the rock round and round looking for the non-existent handles or what they perceive to be the best grips. It’s the same rock that’s been used since the game was started, and following the annual festival it’s stored in a safe location, Weller said. It’s an early Saturday morning for local runners participating in the Swiss Cheese Chase 5k, 10k and one-mile fun run and health walk. Registration begins at 7 a.m. with the fun run starting at 8 a.m., followed by the 5k and 10k at 8:30 a.m. “Come enjoy a walk or run through the village of Sugarcreek. This is a great spectator event

as the race will pass by the spectator area at the beginning, end, and twice more without re-running the same course. The 5K course wanders through the village and is a gently rolling course. The 5k can be run or walked. The 10K course wanders through the village and goes out into the Amish countryside. The 10k course is a little more challenging,” according to the website, which notes the fun run/ health walk is designed to accommodate those who shy away from the longer distances. Also on Saturday morning, a splash of Swiss heritage will make an appearSee Pg. 23 — SWISS

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Wednesday, September 25, 2013 Little Swiss Miss Contest (Pavilion) Thursday, September 26, 2013 Beuford Bear (Main Street) Big Wheel Race (Main St) Sponsored by Huntington Bank Peoples Choice Cheese Judging/Cheese Eating Contest (Pavilion) Crowning of the “Champion Cheese Maker” (Pavilion) Swiss Cheese Auction *Bidding open to public (Pavilion) Crowning of the 2014 “Ohio Swiss Festival Queen” (Pavilion) New Date and Time Humming Bird Music Studio Local Talent Showcase (Pavilion) Friday, September 27, 2013 Posting of the Colors by the Sugarcreek American Legion Post 494 (Main Street) Welcome & Summary of Program Dick Lahm – Master of Ceremonies (Main Street) The Garaway High School Marching Pirates (Main Street) Del Sinchak Polka Bank (Main Street) Hank Haller Ensemble Polka Band (Pavilion) Playing of the Alphom by Fred Welsch (Main Street) “Kiddies Parade Kickoff” “The 61st Annual Kiddies Parade (Main St.) The Joey Tomsick Orchestra (Pavilion) Del Sinchak Polka Band (Main St.) Kiddies Tractor Pull - Sponsored by Commercial and Savings Bank (Stone Throw Pit) Hank Haller Ensemble Polka Band (Pavilion) Ren - Wine and Cheese Tasting Area inside Fire Station The Joey Tomsick Orchestra (Pavilion) Steintossen (Stone Throw Pit) Weather Permitting Saturday, September 28, 2013 1 Mile Fun Run/Health Walk (Main St.) 5K & 10K Cheese Chase (Main St.) Posting of the Colors by the Sugarcreek American Legion Post 494 (Main St.) Welcome, Summary,Special Achievement Award Master of Ceremonies - Dick Lahm (Main St.) Yodeling Contest and Swiss Costume Contest (Main St.) Alphorn Gruezie (Main Street) Toledo Swiss Singers (Main St.) Hank Haller Ensemble Polka (Pavilion) Fred Ziwich (Main Street) Overboard - Wine and Cheese Tasting inside Fire Station Playing of Alphorn by Alphorn Gruezie (Main St.) “Grand Parade Kickoff” Antique Car Parade (Main St.) Tribute to Military Dick Lahm - MC (Main St.) 61st Annual Grand Parade (Main St.) Fred Ziwich Polka Band (Main Street) Alphorn Gruezie (Pavilion) Toledo Swiss Singers (Pavilion) The Joey Tomsick Orchestra Polka (Pavilion) Steintossen (Stone Throw Pit) Weather Permitting Ronnie Meehan - Wine an Cheese Tasting Area inside Fire Station Tim Jarvis (Pavilion) Steintossen (Stone throw pit) Weather Permitting


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When mixing medication and food can be deadly (BPT) — More than one-third of adults in the U.S. have high cholesterol and high blood pressure. Yet many of those treated for these conditions don’t realize they are putting themselves at risk by not understanding the basics about their medications. Many commonly prescribed drugs have potentially fatal side-effects when mixed with other medications, over-thecounter drugs, supplements and even foods. This is true for the widely

used cholesterol-lowering drugs known as statins, which can be deadly when mixed with grapefruit juice. These medications include atorvastatin, simvastatin, lovastatin and fluvastatin. “Most people don’t know that something as common as drinking grapefruit juice when taking statins can increase the risk of muscle pain and have serious adverse side effects that can be life-threatening,” says Ed Dannemiller, specialist


pharmacist in the Express Scripts Cardiovascular Therapeutic Resource Center (TRC). “The juice can substantially raise the concentration of statins in the body and make them much more potent.” As a specialist pharmacist, Dannemiller is one of a team of experts who are specifically trained to help patients with heart disease understand everything they need to know about their medications, including how their diet and other medications they take may affect their health. They also work closely with physicians to prevent potential problems that medications may pose to their patients. “Another popular drug,

warfarin, which is a blood thinner that helps prevent heart attack and stroke, can react harmfully with a number of commonly used products,” he says. “When warfarin is mixed with antidepressants, alcohol, ibuprofen or aspirin, and even herbal products like gingko biloba or garlic, patients may be at risk of internal bleeding.” If you are one of the millions of Americans being treated for one of these common conditions, Dannemiller offers these tips to help prevent medication interactions. — Ask before you use: Check with your doctor or pharmacist to find out what foods, medications

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and supplements should be avoided when taking a medication. Some combinations cause bad reactions by making the drug more potent, while others can make the medication less effective. — Read the fine print: Always read the caution information provided in the medication package and make sure you understand how and when to take your medications. Instructions such as taking your dose with food or on an empty stomach should not be overlooked. Also, taking too much or too little of a drug can significantly impact how well the drug works. — Look beyond prescriptions: Make sure your physicians know all the other medications and supplements you’re taking, such as herbal remedies and over-thecounter products, including vitamins since some

interactions can cause life threatening side-effects. — Follow doctor’s orders: Taking your medications as prescribed by your doctor is essential for ensuring that they’ll effectively treat your condition. Don’t ever stop taking your medications or simply use them “when needed” without talking to your physician or specialist pharmacist. Even if you have no apparent symptoms, you may still be at risk. For example, blood pressure can reach dangerous levels, yet a patient may not be aware of any of the warning signs. Remember, just because you don’t notice any symptoms doesn’t mean that your disease is under control. For more information and additional ways you can avoid harmful drug interactions, visit Express Scripts’ Healthcare Insights blog at lab.

Immunization clinics The Holmes County Health Department offers children’s immunization clinics at various sites throughout Holmes County each month. Immunizations are offered to anyone 0-18 years of age at no cost. Medicaid cards and donations are accepted. October clinics are: — Holmes County Health Department, 931 Wooster Road, Millersburg, Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-1 p.m. and 2-4:30 p.m. (Health Clinic only,

closed first and third Wednesday afternoons of each month. First and third Monday’s from 10 a.m.-6:30 p.m.) — Walnut Creek Mennonite Church, 2619 Township Road 144, Walnut Creek, Oct. 8 and 22, 8:30-11:30 a.m. — St. John’s Lutheran Church, 8084 State Route 241, Mount Hope, Oct. 2 and 16, 8:30-11:30 a.m. — Keim Lumber, 4465 State Route 557, Charm, Wednesday, Oct. 9, 8:3011:30 a.m.

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Farm briefs OEFFA tours continue

produce farmers scale up and take advantage of the growing opportunities to The Ohio Ecological sell to retailers, wholesalFood and Farm Asso- ers and institutions. This series, organized ciation is continuing its 2013 Ohio Sustainable by the Ohio Ecological Farm Tour and Workshop Food and Farm Association and Countryside Series. Upcoming events Conservancy, will feature Linda Halley and Chris include: Nov. 2-5: Scaling up the Blanchard, experts in profood chain specialty crop duce production and farm workshops — Wooster, business management. Session 1 on Nov. 2-3 (Wayne County). Nov. 9: Cold season veg- features Linda Halley. An etable production tour — organic produce grower Turner Farm, Cincinnati, since 1989, Halley spent 15 years as the co-owner (Hamilton County). of Harmony Valley Farms in Wisconsin, a successScaling Up the ful certified organic farm with a diverse marketFood Chain ing strategy that includes workshop; early a CSA, farmers’ markets and wholesale sales. bird registration Today she manages 100 deadline is acres of transitional organic production at Monday Gardens of Eagan in Registration is open Minnesota, another thrivfor a two-part intensive ing farm with a diversispecialty crop workshop fied marketing strategy. series, set for Nov. 2-5 This session, titled at the Shisler Confer- “Expanding Produce ence Center in Wooster. Production and MeetThe workshops will help ing Large-Scale Buyer

Demands,” will focus on production techniques that work on larger-scale sustainable farms. Session topics will include: growing transplants efficiently; planting from transplants and direct seeding; weed control; meeting demands of distributors, institutions, stores, restaurants, and cooperatives; and picking, washing, packing, cooling, storing, and delivering your products to maximize efficiency and freshness. Session 2 on Nov. 4-5 features Chris Blanchard. Blanchard owns and operates Rock Spring Farm in Iowa, a 15-acre vegetable and herb farm that supplies a 200-member CSA, food stores and a farmers’ market. This session, titled “Growing and Managing Your Farm Business,” will concentrate on business practices for thoughtful and sustainable expansion. Session topics will include: equipment and infrastructure for scaling up; hiring and managing employees; planning the

growth of your farm and effectively prioritizing equipment, infrastructure, and employee needs; financing options; and bookkeeping and recordkeeping. Through Sept. 30, early bird registration costs $125 for one session or $225 for both sessions. After Sept. 30, the cost is $150 for one session or $250 for both. Breakfast and lunch will be provided. The final registration deadline is Oct. 21. For more information, contact Countryside Conservancy at 330-657-2542 Ext. 224 or

Online meetings explain CAUV increase Landowners in 23 counties with property enrolled in the current agricultural use valuation program will once again see a rise in CAUV values, likely increasing what they pay in taxes. Ohio Farm Bureau Fed-

Consider cover crop options after corn silage is harvested Interest in cover crops continues to grow and there are a couple of cover crops that can be planted after a corn silage crop that is harvested in the mid-September through mid-October period. Typically we hear that cover crops are planted to reduce soil erosion, keep soil microbes active, maintain or build soil organic matter, build soil structure, suppress weed growth, scavenge nutrients from the soil and possibly provide supplemental forage for livestock. In addition to these reasons, some livestock producers are looking at cover crops as an opportunity to better utilize manure. Once we reach that mid to late September planting time frame and later, the best cover crop options become winter cereal rye and winter wheat. Even though winter wheat in this case is intended for a cover crop and not a grain crop, growers should still abide by the Hessian fly-free planting date and not seed winter wheat until

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after Sept. 26 in Wayne County. The reason is to protect those wheat fields that will be going into grain production. Winter cereal rye can be planted anytime from late August through late October. Typical seeding rates for cover crop use are cereal rye at 90-120 pounds/ acre and winter wheat at 60-120 pounds/acre. Generally the heavier rates are used with later planting dates. Both winter wheat and winter cereal rye will respond well to nitrogen and both crops provide an opportunity to utilize a fall and spring application of manure. Forage crude protein value will be higher in a winter wheat or winter cereal rye that has had manure applied as compared to a nonfertilized crop. When harvested at the late boot to

early milk stage of growth the following spring, both crops can produce 2-4 tons of dry matter yield with crude protein values in the mid to upper teens and NEL values of 0.61 to 0.64 Mcal/pound range. For more information about cover crop options and use, contact the Wayne County Extension office at 330-264-8722. Commercial vegetable growers soil fertility survey Fall is generally a time when a number of soil tests are submitted to labs. As commercial vegetable growers take soil samples and get soil test results back this fall, Matt Kleinhenz, OSU Extension Vegetable Production Specialist, is requesting that those results be shared as part of a statewide soil fertility survey. The Vegetable Production Systems Laboratory (VPSL) at OARDC under the direction of Kleinhenz is undertaking the first step in updating commercial vegetable fertility management recommendations. That

first step is to document the current condition of Ohio vegetable soils. Under ideal conditions and in a perfect world, soil samples would be collected and analyzed from commercial vegetable grower farms by university personnel. Since staffing and funding for this type of effort is not available, the concept of a soil fertility survey involving commercial growers sharing soil test results has been proposed. After soil test results have been submitted by growers, the VPSL will summarize results and group test results according to similar production systems and crops. Grower confidentiality will be maintained at all times. How to participate: 1. Collect soil test reports from your paper or digital files. 2. Identify the reports you intend to submit. Reports must be: a) for soils used in commercial vegetable production, b) from an accredited lab See Pg. 22 — OPTIONS

eration members may attend one of four online meetings to hear OFBF Director of Legal Education Leah Curtis explain the program and the calculation that is used to value farmland. Meetings all begin at 7 p.m. on Oct. 9, Oct. 21 and Nov. 12. These meetings are free for Ohio Farm Bureau members to watch, but they must register online at to do so. Members will be able to submit questions through the registration process, and during the live presentation at each meeting. County auditors are currently sending notices to landowners about property tax reappraisals/ updates that are underway. Counties that will see new CAUV rates on the 2013 tax bill arriving in January include: Holmes, Medina, Adams, Carroll, Champaign, Clark, Columbiana, Fairfield, Hancock, Hocking, Lawrence, Logan, Marion,

Meigs, Miami, Monroe, Paulding, Ross, Scioto, Tuscarawas, Union, Washington and Wyandot.

Holmes County Plat Directory Plat books are a reference guide to property ownership in a county. Land owners are listed alphabetically and include the township and section where the owner may be located in the directory. They are useful for a variety of purposes. This directory published by the Great Mid-Western Publishing Company Inc., also includes an Advertisers Classified Business Directory for your ease in locating a business in the county. These businesses helped support the production of this valuable resource. The current edition of the Holmes County Plat Directory is available at Ohio State University Extension office located at 75 E. Clinton St,, Suite 109, Millersburg, 330-674-3015.

Pasture measurement The pasture measurement for the week beginning Sept. 15: — Number of fields reporting: 22 Pounds of dry matter per acre per day:


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Options (Continued From Page 21) and c) dated 2011, 2012 or 2013. Submit as many reports as you wish; more is better in this case. 3. Complete a Report Submission Form for every soil test report you intend to submit. If the same information is

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true for multiple reports, you may submit one complete form for the group but the reports it covers must be specified. All information farmers share is strictly confidential and voluntary; only project team members will have access to it. 4. Send the Report Submission Form and the associated soil test report(s) to Matt Kleinhenz via email at:, via fax at: 330-263-2887 or by postal mail at:Matthew D. Kleinhenz, Department of Horticulture and Crop Science, The Ohio State University, Ohio

Agricultural Research and Development Center, 1680 Madison Ave., Wooster, OH 44691 More information about the soil fertility survey project is available on line at: soilfertilitysurvey or contact Kleinhenz directly at 330-263-3810. Palmer amaranth update As growers are out harvesting crops this fall, remember to watch for any Palmer amaranth sightings. Mark Loux, OSU Extension weed specialist provides this update: There appears to be somewhat of an epi-

center of new Palmer amaranth infestations in an area southwest of Columbus, bordered roughly by Midway on the north and Washington Courthouse on the south. There is a dairy in the area that has been using cottonseed products for feed and a local grower has been transporting these products to the dairy from somewhere in the South. There are Palmer amaranth plants in a number of fields in the area and also on the grounds of the dairy. The OSU weed science website, http://agcrops. has information on Palmer amaranth, including a short video on identification and a new 11-minute video that explains the risk from this weed. If you find plants that you believe to be Palmer amaranth, please contact us to confirm identification, and at that point we can also offer more guidance for management of new infestations. Rory Lewandowski is an OSU Extension Agriculture & Natural Resources educator and may be reached at 330264-8722.

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Steintossen involves the throwing of a 138-pound stone for the men’s division and a 75-pound stone for the ladies.

Swiss Festival Schedule of Events Wednesday, Sept. 25 6 p.m. — Little Swiss Miss Contest (Pavilion) Thursday, Sept. 26 6 p.m. ­— Big Wheel Race (Main Street) Sponsored by Huntington Bank 6:30 p.m. — People’s Choice Cheese Judging/ Cheese Eating Contest (Pavilion) 7 p.m. — Crowning of Champion Cheesemaker (Pavilion) 7:15 p.m. — Swiss Cheese Auction — Bidding Open to Public (Pavilion) 8 p.m. — Crowning of 2014 Ohio Swiss Festival Queen (Pavilion) 8:30 p.m. — Hummingbird Music Studio — Local Talent Showcase (Pavilion) Friday, Sept. 27 11:30 a.m. — Posting of the Colors by the Sugarcreek American Legion Post 494 (Main Street) Noon — Welcome & Summary of Program, Dick Lahm, Master of Ceremonies (Main Street) 12:30 p.m. — Garaway High School Marching Pirates (Main Street) 1 p.m. — Del Sinchak Polka Band (Main Street) 1 p.m. — Hank Haller Ensemble Polka Band (Pavilion) 2 p.m. — Playing of

Alphorn by Fred Welsch (Main Street) Kiddie Parade Kickoff 2 p.m. — 61st annual Kiddie Parade (Main Street) 3 p.m. — The Joey Tomsick Orchestra (Pavilion) 3:30 p.m. — Del Sinchak Polka Band (Main Street) 4 p.m. — Kid’s Tractor Pull (Stone Throw Pit) Sponsored by Commercial and Savings Bank 5 p.m. — Hank Haller Ensemble Polka Band (Pavilion) 5 p.m. — Ren — Wine and Cheese Tasting Area inside Fire Station 7 p.m. — The Joey Tomsick Orchestra (Pavilion) 7:30 p.m. — Steintossen (Stone Throw Pit) — Weather permitting Saturday, Sept. 28 8 a.m. — 1 Mile Fun Run / Health Walk (Main Street) 8:30 a.m. — 5K-10K Cheese Chase (Main Street) 11 a.m. — Posting of the Colors by the Sugarcreek American Legion Post 494 (Main Street) 11 a.m. — Welcome & Summary of Program, Dick Lahm, Master of Ceremonies (Main Street) 11:15 a.m. — Yodeling Contest and Swiss Costume Contest (Main

Street) Noon — Toledo Swiss Singers & Alphorn Gruezie (Main Street) Noon — Hank Haller Ensemble (Pavilion) 12:30 p.m. — Fred Ziwich (Main Street) 1 p.m. Overboard — Wine and Cheese Tasting Area inside Fire Station 1:40 p.m. — Playing of the Alphorn by Alphorn Gruezie (Main Street) Grand Parade Kickoff 1:45 p.m. — Antique Car Parade (Main Street) 2 p.m. — Tribute to Active Military and Veterans, Dick Lahm, Master of Ceremonies (Main Street) 2:05 p.m. — 61st annual Grand Parade (Main Street) 3:30 p.m. — Fred Ziwich (Main Street) 3:45 p.m. — Toledo Swiss Singers & Alphorn Gruezie (Pavilion) 4:30 p.m. — The Joey Tomsick Orchestra (Pavilion) 4:30 p.m. — Steintossen (Stone Throw Pit) — Weather permitting 5:30 p.m. — Ronnie Meehan — Wine and Cheese Tasting Area inside Fire Station 7:30 p.m. — Tim Jarvis (Pavilion) 7:30 p.m. — Steintossen (Stone Throw Pit) — Weather permitting

looping to Maple Street via Factory Street. “The ance on the stage as con- grand parade features testants try to earn a little (Tournament of Roses) cash by tapping into their parade-worthy local roots, modeling a Swiss floats, marching bands, litcostume or demonstrat- tle cars, convertibles with ing a good, old-fashioned queens and other royalty yodel. The contest starts at from across the great state 11:15 a.m. and will be held of Ohio. Occasionally, on the Main Street stage. you may find a local or The grand parade, a pro- national celebrity sneakduction lasting 1-1½ hours, ing into line,” according to steps off at 2 p.m., trav- the web. eling along Main Street, It’s truly a sight to see,

said Weller, who said that with a little of something for everyone, the festival is a perfect destination. “Everyone should come and see the festival. The parade on Saturday is really huge. The streets are lined with people,” he said. Entry forms for most of the events, as well as a full schedule of entertainment, are available online at www.

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big box grocery store while shopping with granddaughter Kristine. She had been asking to make broccoli-cheesenoodle soup and we were looking for the ingredients. We found the Velveeta cheese and the frozen broccoli, but noodles were a different matter. I needed the tiny little ones and there were none to be found. Instead, the noodles were on a bottom shelf with only three variet-

ies, all wide. It’s a sure sign we are no longer in Amish country. (Maybe that’s why Aunt Ellen used to take a car load of Inn Maid noodles with her when she and Uncle Warren went to Arizona every winter!) We ended up buying angel hair pasta so will see how that works. Kristine will like it anyway since she loves any kind of pasta. I have to confess that I really miss shopping at Rodhe’s IGA and Buehler’s and an occasional bulk food store. I’m still trying to recreate my staple supply here. Every time I start to make something there seems to be an ingredient or two missing. It

was so nice when I could make out my grocery list in order of things in a familiar store. These days I walk miles, back tracking to find things. I thought when we left Winesburg we would no longer be inundated with junk phone calls with offers for our business — like loans and credit card companies. I was wrong. We were given a number that previously belonged to a radiator repair place and get calls every day for them instead. I feel sorry for the people who actually need their radiator repaired and can no longer find the business. We don’t know if they just use a cell phone now or if they went out of business.

Another bit of progress on the “honey do” list this week was getting two ceiling fans installed — one in our bedroom and the other in the guest room. Son-in-law Jason came over to help since it takes two men to do some of these jobs. The Man of the House is capable but has trouble seeing certain things with his bifocals. He did get two reading lamps installed over our bed and a quilted wall hanging put up. We still have the curtains to hang in the guest room and it will be ready for occupants. The other big thing is hanging the rest of the pictures we brought. In the meantime they are


Calendar notes Fish fry is Sunday at Lake Memorial Park

Dr. Kaitlyn McDowell-Dr. Christopher Spears Drs. Kaitlyn McDowell and Christopher Spears were united in marriage on May 13 at the formal gardens of Oglebay Resort in Wheeling, W.Va. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Karl Stonebraker with music on the hammered dulcimer given by Jeff Fedan. The bride is the daughter of Mike and Tracy McDowell of Millersburg. The groom is the son of Mark and Heather Whip-

being used as what we like to call “floor art” until we can determine what should go where. We’ve started getting a weekly newspaper. They have the usual government, letters to the editor, event notices, community and sports news. There is a column called Crime in the County that has the same kind of crimes we had back in Ohio. One thing we noticed that is different from any other newspaper we’ve seen is that they have a section called “Keeping in Prayer.” There is a long list of names without specifics. Apparently the ACLU hasn’t caught up with them yet.

key of Wheeling. Given in marriage by her father, the bride was attended by maid of honor, Erin Ray; and bridesmaids, Allison Sitler and Nicole Canales. Best man was Mike Rozzi, with groomsmen, Joel Basinger and Derrick Donley. Following the ceremony, guests enjoyed a cocktail hour and reception in the Glessner Auditorium at the Wilson Lodge of Oglebay. Following a trip to

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Maui, Hawaii, the couple is residing in Pittsburgh. The bride graduated from West Virginia University and works as a staff pharmacist at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center-St. Margaret Hospital. The groom graduated from West Virginia University and the West Virginia University School of Medicine. He is currently a second-year neurology resident with the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center.

An all-you-can-eat fish fry will be held Sunday, Sept. 29, at noon at Lake Memorial Park, Big Prairie. The menu will be fish, french fries, coleslaw, fried dill pickles, applesauce, dessert, orange drink and coffee (bottled drinks will be extra). The costs are $8 for adults and $4 for ages 12 and under. Proceeds will benefit the maintenance and improvement of Lake Memorial Park.

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After five years, economic crisis is far from over rise along with part-time jobs that seem to be a quick fix for a growing problem of continued uncertainty in our economy. The average unemployed worker has been out of work for more than eight and a half months. Americans have such low confidence in job prospects that they are beginning to stop looking for work. College graduates are also feeling the effects of the stagnate movement of our country’s economy. College graduates are unable to get jobs that warrant a

Kraybill to speak, do book signing Don Kraybill will be in Berlin on Oct. 4-5, speaking and doing a book signing. Fr i d a y night he will be at the Amish a n d M e n nonite Herit a g e Center at 7 p.m. Kraybill S a t u rday morning he will be speaking at the Farmstead Restaurant in Berlin from 7:30-8:30 a.m. The topic of discussion will be the Bergholtz Amish. Saturday morning from 9 a.m.noon he will be at the Gospel Book Store in the German Village Center for a book signing. His newest book, released just this year, is

four-year degree. After paying exorbitant costs to earn a college degree, most are unable to use that degree to the fullest. About 284,000 recent college graduates hold jobs that pay minimum wage or less. Instead of helping to launch the next generation, they are beginning to fall behind because job opportunities are scarce for their age group. The president admits that, “there is still work to do” regarding our country’s economy. The only fixes that the administration has proposed

called “The Amish.” Kraybill is a Senior Fellow, Young Center for Anabaptist & Pietist Studies, Elizabethtown College. He is an author, lecturer and educator on Anabaptist faiths and living. He is widely recognized for his studies on the Anabaptist group and is the foremost living expert on Old Order Amish.


A SON, Maxwell James William, was born Aug. 29 to Christy and Matt Gray of Wooster. He weighed 6 pounds, 10 ounces and was 20 1⁄2 inches long. He joins a sibling, Carsyn. Grandparents are Pam and Tim Tegtmeier of Wooster, Linda Gray of Burbank and Jim Gray of Glenmont. Great-grandparents are Howard and Kitty Honaker and Lois Tegtmeier, all of Ashland. BROCK ALEXANDER was born Aug. 29 at Wooster Community Hospital to Dan and Ashley Drown of Wooster. He weighed 10 pounds and was 21 1/2 inches long. He joins a sister, Grace Elizabeth. Grandparents are Rod and Julie Leighty and Jeff

and Nicki Drown, all of Wooster. Great-grandparents are Judy Leighty of Wooster, Bill and Bobbie McKinstry of Shreve and Dale and Fran Kendall of Orrville.

Baltic resident completes summer internship Baltic resident Kayla Schlarb, who is a senior business management major at Ashland University, interned at Lakeside Chautauqua in Lakeside. Lakeside Chautauqua is a nonprofit organization where Schlarb was responsible to communicate with clients to plan more than 400 events, give tours to prospective guests, and relay informa-

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State changes take toll on Public Library Fund By KELLEY MOHR Staff Writer The Holmes County District Public Library will feel the effects of state changes to the Public Library Fund. Fiscal Officer Paula Cicconetti discussed how the state budget will affect the library’s funding at a recent board meeting. The library was given a revised revenue estimate for 2013. “The department of taxation has lowered (the amount) to $99,000, down from $1.11 million,” said Cicconetti. “That’s a $12,000 decrease.” The library’s estimat-

ed projected revenue for 2014 is $975,000 — which is lower than the amounts the library has received for the past three years. In 2010, the library had revenue of $970,000, “so next year’s estimate is looking close to that,” she said. “But again, with all of the tax reforms contained in the budget bill — the increase in the sales tax and the decrease in the personal income tax — it is pretty hard to gauge how that will all wash out ...” Cicconetti expects to receive several revised estimates each year.

“That (2014) figure isn’t too concerning at this point. Next year looking at potentially $25,000 less — that’s a bigger concern,” she added. PLF has continued to change in recent years. “Back in January of 2008, the Public Library Fund received 2.22 percent of all general revenue fund tax receipts. Then, in the summer of 2009 is when we had our significant budget cuts where that percentage lowered to 1.97 percent,” she explained. “In Fiscal Year 2012-2013, our funding was frozen.” With the newest bud-

get, she added, the department of taxation is estimating PLF to receive 1.66 percent of general revenue fund tax receipts. “Regardless of where the numbers end up washing out percentagewise, we’re still receiving a smaller piece of the pie,” said Cicconetti. “Now that we are in this percentage of revenue way of funding, it is much harder to estimate or pinpoint where the funding will be.” This year, at least, the library’s receipt of the projected PLF revenue is on track.

“For the month of August, our revenue did come in a little higher than their estimates,” said Cicconetti. “For the month of September, the same held true.” In August, the library received $71,400, rather than the estimated $70,000. In September, the library’s PLF revenue totaled $81,700, more than the estimated $81,000. The yearly distribution of the PLF revenue will also be different due to tax reform. “Previously, May was a very large month because of the personal income

tax being due in April. Now that our revenue will come more from sales tax and not as much from the personal income tax, it’s likely we won’t see as large of a number there but that money will be distributed more evenly through the other months,” explained Cicconetti. In addition to PLF, the library receives revenue from donations, fines and copy fees, as well as general fund carry-over. — Preschool Story Adventures at the Central Library for children ages 4 and 5, Wednesdays at 11 a.m., through Oct. 2. Join us for age-specific stories, songs, crafts and more. To register stop by the Children’s Desk, call 330-674-5972 Ext. 211 or email — Story Celebrations at

the East Branch for 2- to 5-year-olds, Mondays at 11 a.m., through Oct. 7. Join us for stories, songs, crafts and more. Registration is required. Visit the East Branch or call 330893-3464 to register. — Where in the World is Benjamin Wigglesworth the Traveling Bookworm? Going on vacation or taking a trip for the week, the weekend, or just for a day? Benjamin the Bookworm would like to come along! Let’s see how many different places our reading worm can visit. He’s no trouble at all — we promise! Contact the Children’s Department for details by visiting the Central Library or calling 330-674-5972 Ext. 211. — Health & Safety Resources — Get informed before you choose. Visit the Holmes County District Public Library’s website at www. to learn about health care options and other health and safety information. — Genealogy 101 — Monday, Sept. 30, 6-7:30 p.m. at the Central Library. This program is for those new to genealogy. Learn “how to start” your family research, explore

and Heritage and take a tour of the Genealogy and Local History Room. Registration is required. Call 330-674-5972 or stop by the Help Desk to register. — Genetically Modified Food & Healthy Eating Options — Oct. 3 at 6:30 p.m. at the Central Library. Do you know what is really in your food? Can you trust food labels? What on earth are GMO’s? Come to this free program to find out how to eat healthier and shop smarter. This program is presented by Zed Clark. For more information, contact the Holmes County Library at 330674-5972. Ongoing programs “Our Town, Memories of Holmes County Project” — Do you have old pictures of an event or people in Holmes County? Please consider sharing or donating your photos to the “Our Town” project. The images or scanned 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 330-6745972 with questions or for more information.

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Holmes County Library programs Upcoming events at the Holmes County District Public Library — Growing Readers Storytime at the Central Library for toddlers ages 2 and 3, Wednesdays at 11

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McDaniel retires; AC-WH CC expects to re-hire Ashland County-West Holmes Career Center Board of Education voted at its regular meeting Sept. 19 to accept the retirement resignation of Superintendent Mike McDaniel, effective Dec. 31. The board also scheduled a public hearing at its next regular meeting, Oct. 17, on a proposal to rehire McDaniel at a reduced salary. McDaniel said he is going through the retire/ rehire process now because changes in the state and school employee pension systems, combined with his age and years of service, make it favorable to retire now rather than later. McDaniel has been in education for 41 years and has been with the Career Center since 1979. He has served as superintendent since 2002. Plans call for McDaniel to be rehired on a two-and-a-half year contract at a salary that is 10 percent less than his current $106,000 per year. Although state law requires public employ-

ees to be off for 60 days before they are rehired, McDaniel says he expects to miss only a few days because he will defer his retirement benefits for 60 days. Ashland City School Board representative Rick Ewing said from the board’s perspective, the district will save money by reducing McDaniel’s salary. “Our main motive is we don’t want to lose him,” added fellow Ashland board member Bob Hill. McDaniel has served on a number of state planning and advisory boards for vocational education during his career. He served last school year as president of the Ohio Association of Career Technical Superintendents. He has started several new program opportunities for Career Center students during his time as superintendent, most recently College-NOW Bioscience, Sport Science, Health Informatics, Career Based Intervention and an Engineering program. McDaniel

is currently investigating the possibility of an innovative approach to agricultural education for the region and was named to a three-year term on the Ohio FFA Board of Trustees this month. In a separate announcement, Hill said he is resigning from both boards because he is moving to Oregon on Oct. 15. “I’ve been a big fan of the Career Center curriculum as part of high school education,” he said. “If the Career Center were not here, we would have to offer these classes at all the local high schools.” McDaniel praised Hill for the work he’s done for the school including heading levy campaigns, working on negotiations and personnel issues and serving on the building and grounds and finance committees. “His legacy from his time on this board is well recognized and will have a lasting beneficial impact on the board and this school for a long time,” he said. In other business,

McDaniel presented the Career Center Board with a proposed memo of understanding with member school districts that will allow them to comply with new state requirements for vocational board configuration. The changes were part of the state budget bill that went into effect July 1. The law now requires local school districts to appoint to vocational school boards individuals who have experience as chief financial or executive officers, human resource managers, or other business, industry or career counseling professionals who are qualified to discuss their regional labor needs. Board members can serve two consecutive three-year terms and at least three-fifths must live or work in the joint vocational school district. McDaniel explained that the changes were promoted by a state senator from southwest Ohio who “had issues” with a vocational school board in his district and argued

that the business community needed to be more engaged with vocational education. “He said industry was the best to advise schools on programs,” he said. “He also argued that boards should represent the business community because they have credentials.” McDaniel said that board members are allowed to serve out their current terms before the conditions of this new law would apply to them. A legal review of the law indicated that the statement of qualification including “business professional” as well as accepting retirees and giving preference to individuals who have served on the Career Center’s advisory board allows for a much broader acceptance. As such, McDaniel believes that all current Career Center board members should be able to meet the business experience criteria, although under the new law their service will be restricted by term limits. As board members are reappoint-

ed, the new term limits would apply so they would then be limited to six years. Board members whose terms expire due to the term limits could return after “sitting out” for three years. He added that he will review the new requirements and the memo of understanding with local superintendents in the near future. The Career Center Board approved permanent appropriations for fiscal 2014, which started July 1. The measure calls for spending $11.3 million in all funds — including $5.9 million in the general fund, $600,000 in the permanent improvement fund, $1.6 million for adult education and $1.5 million for self-insurance. McDaniel clarified that the Career Center’s Adult Education programs are self-funded. The board also approved the hiring of Jamie Malusky as a full-time Special Needs instructor. McDaniel stated that this hiring was a replacement position.

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at the United Methodist Church in Sugarcreek. The forbidden food for TOPS OH 1243, Sugarcreek, met Sept. 19 with the next two weeks is to nine members attending eliminate high-salt foods and weighing in with a and the thing to do is to weight loss of 51⁄4 pounds eat vegetables. Ross was also the winfor the week. Best TOPS weight loss winner for ner of choosing from the week was Chris Ross; the Cheer Bag. The new best rededicated was monthly “Inspirational Rena Troyer and the best Calendar” for October was handed out. KOPS was Ada Troyer. For more information Best TOPS winner for the month was Chris about TOPS call 330-897Ross with Mary Ann 6007. Jahn being the runner-up. Best KOPS for the month TOPS 1573 was Ada Troyer. Monthly On Sept. 11 TOPS OH winners received fruit. 1573 Nashville met with There is no meeting nine members reciting today (Sept. 26) due to the TOPS and KOPS the Swiss Festival. Next pledges, and losing 71⁄4 meeting will be on Oct. 3 pounds. Eileen Lowe was

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Briefs this to be a great experience,” said Scarbrough. the day. She was in charge of plan“After I graduate, I plan to purning various community events sue my career in marketing in a and also in charge of planning health care facility. It may not be the kickoff and open house of the at Pomerene, but I would love to Cardiology Department services. find a health care facility symShe spent most of her time plan- bolizing what Pomerene stands ning these activities and preparing for and provide my skill set and for them. abilities to their team,” said ScarHer major accomplishment for brough. the summer was when Pomerene Scarbrough is a 2010 graduate of Hospital hosted an event for Fun West Holmes High School. She is Family Fitness, a new fitness and the daughter of Christa Miller of health clinic. Big Prairie. “I was in charge of helping plan this event and also made a food pyramid game for the children Wooster Farmers to play. I was in charge of plan- Market to remain open ning our Cardiology Department kickoff. This is a great addition to through Oct. 3 Pomerene and I was glad to have The Wooster Community Center’s planned the open house from Farmers Market continues to have beginning to end. I planned what fresh garden produce, home baked food to provide at the open house, goods and more. fliers and brochures, and letters It is held at Wooster Community for invitations, and other various Center, 241 S. Bever St., from 7:30 actions. I also was able to design a.m.-noon every Thursday through brochures for our county fair, Oct. 3, selling good food at very reaadvertising our services and our sonable prices. new cardiology services. Women and Heart Disease brochures also were something I designed to hand Glenmont Food Pantry out at our fair,” said Scarbrough. According to Scarbrough, she seeking donations The Glenmont Food Pantry is learned that it is extremely imporfast approaching the first annivertant to work as a team. “Although I had many responsi- sary of its opening. It has been bilities and tasks to handle on my able to meet the needs of the comown, I still had to work with oth- munity, but once again needs supers to meet their requirements and port. Primarily meat and or cash donachange things if need be. Working in a large health care facility as tions are needed. Canned goods Pomerene, you must have the abil- can be purchased for pennies on ity to accept change. Also, working the pound which makes it more in this type of environment you affordable than purchasing retail, must be willing to work with vari- but any non-perishable foods are ous personalities whether they are accepted. With fall approaching, if you employee-based or clients. I found (Continued From Page 25)

Library are a hunter or farmer and would like to donate venison or butchered farm animals, any State certified butchered product would be greatly appreciated. Even if that is not a possibility, cash donations are welcomed to cover the cost of butchering and wrapping. For more information, contact Rev. Lance 330-377-5025 or send donations to: Glenmont Food Pantry, P.O. Box 282, Glenmont, Ohio 44628

Donations needed for Wolf Creek Cemetery Wolf Creek Pleasant Valley Cemetery is now accepting donations to pay for mowing of the cemetery grounds. Any amount appreciated. Call Robert L. Croskey, 330-2763322. Donations may be sent to Croskey at 12049 U.S. 62, Killbuck 44637 or Lilian Duncan, P.O. Box 284 Killbuck 44637.

Knitters, crocheters needed Volunteers are needed to assist in putting together crocheted and/or knitted afghan blocks for the Holmes County Chapter of the American Red Cross disaster services program. 330-674-5861.

Holmes can provide birth certificates The Holmes County Health District is able to issue certified birth certificates to anyone born in Ohio. Hours are 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Monday-Friday. Cost is $25. The district can be reached at 85 N. Grant St. or 330-674-5035. Cost of a certified birth certificate is $25 .

227 or email — The Wayne Com— One-on-One eReadmunity College library er Help Sessions at the has offered to provide Central Library — The community cards to Hol- Holmes County Library mes County residents. To is now offering one-onapply for the card and see one help for those with card holder benefits, you ereader devices. Sessions may download an appli- will be up to 30 minutes cation from https://wayne. showing patrons how to check out and or load library ebooks and visit the Central Library other digital media. in Millersburg for a paper Participants must have form. All applications a valid Holmes County must e returned to the District Public Library Holmes County Library card with an account in for processing. For infor- good standing. To set up mation, contact Susan an appointment call 330Corl at 330-674-5972, Ext. 674-5972.

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Behind the barrel Ohio Department of Transportation announces road work being done in Holmes County: U.S. 62: East of Bunker Hill (Monday) — Pavement repairs. State Route 60: Wel-

come north to state Route 39 (Tuesday and Wednesday) — Pavement repairs. State Route 514: Nashville north to County Road 330 (Thursday and Friday) — Pavement repairs.

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A Lexington man was injured in a crash Aug. 30 on Berlin Township Road 359 in Holmes County. According to the Wooster Post of the State Highway Patrol, Bruce W. Simpson, 50, Mock Road, was taken to Aultman Orrville Hospital by an East Holmes squad. Simpson was operating a box truck southbound on Township Road 359, east of County Road 201, when he lost control on a curve in the road, overturned and struck a ditch. Simpson was trapped and extricated via mechanical means. No citations were issued, according to the patrol.

241 in Holmes County. According to the Wooster Post of the State Highway Patrol, Megan E. Airwyke, 21, North Crawford Street, was taken to Wooster Community Hospital by an acquaintance. Airwyke was operating a 2001 Pontiac Sunfire northbound on Route 241, at the intersection with County Road 200, when her vehicle went off the road to the left, struck a ditch and culvert and overturned. She claimed she was forced to swerve to the left by a vehicle in her lane, but it was determined through the investigation she was driving too fast to negotiate the curve, according to the patrol, which notes Airwyke was cited for oper-

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Burglary was reported on Township Road 301 in Hardy Township. Sept. 20 — A report was taken of a bad check on state Route 39 in Walnut Creek. Sept. 21 — Criminal damaging was reported on County Road 100 in Ripley Township. The Ohio State Highway Patrol handled this report. Sept. 22 — A report was taken of vandalism on County Road 373 in Ripley Township. Sept. 23 — Theft was reported on County Road 58 in Hardy Township. A report was taken of fraud on Township Road 54 in Killbuck Township. Fraud was reported on Township Road 469 in Washington Township.

on West Jones Street. Theft from a residence on Critchfield Street was reported. A person was reported to have passed a stopped school bus on South Washington Street. Sept. 18 — Theft at a business on East Jones Street was reported. A report was taken of theft at a business on South Washington Street. Sept. 19 — A business on South Washington Street reported an incident of fraud. Sept. 20 — Theft was reported at a business on South Washington Street. A report was taken of theft at a business on South Washington Street. An illegal drug sale was reported at a business on South Washington Street. Theft was reported at a residence on North Crawford Street. Sept. 22 — Theft was reported on Lakeview Drive.

Sept. 14 — Holmes County Sheriff’s Office A Loudonville man was took a report of fraud injured in a crash Sept. on Eagle Drive in Berlin 4 on County Road 23 in Township. Criminal mischief was Washington Township. reported on Township According to the Wooster Post of the State Road 506 in Ripley TownHighway Patrol, Richard ship. A report was taken German, 64, County Road of criminal mischief on 3175, was taken to Ashland Community Hospital Township Road 506 in Ripley Township. by an acquaintance. Criminal mischief was German was operating reported on Township a 1990 Harley-Davidson motorcycle eastbound on Road 617 in Salt Creek County Road 23, east of Township. Poaching was reported Township Road 451, when on County Road 203 in a deer ran into the road in front of him. German Hardy Township. Sept. 16 — A report was hit the deer but was not taken of breaking and ejected. He was cited for operat- entering on Township A Millersburg woman ing a motor vehicle with- Road 110 in Mechanic was injured in a crash out reasonable control, Township. A report was taken of Aug. 30 on state Route according to the patrol. fraud on state Route 514 Millersburg in Knox Township. Sept. 18 — A report Police of criminal damage was Sept. 16 — Millersburg Costa Rica Birding Eco- Ecotour Jan. 10-19, 2014. da, Solimar, Sarapiqui taken on state Route 83 Police Department took a report of theft from a car tour — Jan. 10-19 — infor- We will travel to Tapanti Lowlands and La Selva in Mechanic Township. mation meeting, Saturday, Rainforest, Talamanca Biological Station. For Sept. 28, 1 p.m. The Wil- Mountains, Manuel Anto- information, contact Vicki derness Center will travel nio National Park, Carara at vicki@wildernesscenter. Knights Gaming Society to Costa Rica for a Birding National Park, La Ensen- org or 877-359-5235. Knights of Gaming Board Gaming Society meets the third Saturday of the month from noon-6 p.m. at the Holmes County District Public Library, Millersburg.

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Marriage licenses Kyle A. Miller, 22, 2154 Durstine Road, Dundee, woodworker, and RoseMary M. Mast, 21, 11407 Harrison Road, Apple Creek, cleaning. Christopher J. Durst, 31, 9184 Township Road 301, Millersburg, firefighter/ medic, and Morgan L. McDowell, 26, 6107 State Route 83, Millersburg, certified public assountant. Daniel Troyer, 32, 6900 Township Road 568, Holmesville, self-employed, and Naomi L. Troyer, 31, 8390 Township Road 615, Fredericksburg, unemployed. Atlee S. Erb, 28, 2730 Township Road 162, Baltic, woodworker, and Lisa A. Raber, 27, 7343 State Road 93, Dundee, unemployed. Lavern J. Troyer, 24, 1601 County Road 144, Sugarcreek, roofer, and Linda J. Weaver, 9363 Township Road 652, Fredericksburg, retail worker. Christopher A. Rowe, 25, 800 S. Washington St., Millersburg, woodworker,

and Sarah A. Osburn, 29, same address, unemployed. Ryan K. Bolitho, 23, 7194 Township Road 664, Dundee, business owner, and Jade T. Dawson, 20, 6359 County Road 201, Millersburg, cosmetologist. Andrew Olei, 56, of Holmesville, construction/farmer, and Sherri L. Sigler, 48, of Holmesville, registered nurse. Roy M. Yoder, 24, 4620 Township Road 403, Millersburg, carpenter, and Susie E. Shetler, 20, 3763 County Road 70, Sugarcreek, laborer. Steven L. Miller, 24, 1560 Township Road 183, Baltic, construction, and Loretta J. Miller, 21, 4353 County Road 70, Millersburg, unemployed. Michael J. Stewart, 20, 3328 State Route 83, Millersburg, laborer, and Cherity A. Miller, 19, same address, unemployed. Clinton L. Kandel, 29, 5482 Township Road, 377, Millersburg, driller,

and Nicole L. Self, 25, 125 Frederick Drive SW, Sugarcreek, unemployed. Leroy J. Mast, 22, 2486 County Road 58, Millersburg, masonry, and Katrina E. Troyer, 20, 8533 Massillon Road SW, Navarre, secretary. Matthew D. Yoder, 20, 9056 County Road 235, Fredericksburg, construction, Anita E. Bowman, 20, 8479 County Road 235, Fredericksburg, cashier/laborer. Lavern E. Hershberger, 21, 8241 State Route 241, Fredericksburg, laborer, and Kari D. Yoder, 20, 3821 Township Road 154, Millersburg, secretary. Jonas I. Miller, 21, 3868 Township Road 629, Millersburg, carpenter, and Marianna L. Yoder, 20, 3649 Township Road 159, Sugarcreek, unemployed. Aaron A. Mast, 29, 2058 State Route 93, Baltic, mechanic, and Marlene W. Miller, 29, 4126 Kohler Road, Apple Creek, unemployed. Kevin V. Schlabach, 27, 4191 Township Road 617,

Millersburg, construction, and Marlene D. Beachy, 21, 4930 County Road 172, Sugarcreek cashier. Jeremy L. Yoder, 28, 8435 Township Road 656, Fredericksburg, stone mason, and Rachel E. Miller, 20, 3237 County Road 160, Millersburg, unemployed. Coty R. Riley, 22, 8060 Private Road 481, Loudonville, farmer, and Tori J. Mowery, 21, 8060 Private Road 481, Loudonville, dental assistant. Ervin M. Yoder, 24, 15015 Tiger Valley Road, Danville, carpenter, and Anna D. Hershberger, 26, 8205 Township Road 654, Fredericksburg, unemployed. Bennie J. Kauffman, 22, 2631 S. Carr Road, Apple Creek, finishing, and Martha C. Miller, 19, 3669 County Road 200, Fredericksburg, unemployed. Joseph D. Barkman, 22, 2034 Township Road 152, Baltic, laborer, and Esther B. Miller, 21, 4772 State Route 557, Millersburg, self-employed.

Andrew J. House, 24, 8931 U.S. Route 62, Killbuck, mechanic, and Whitney L. Masters, 25, 10750 U.S. Route 62, Killbuck, chiropractic assistant. Aaron C. Spreng, 31, 14492 Township Road 465, Lakeville, selfemployed, and Amy M. Barnes, 31, same address, pet groomer. Gerald F. Hay, 63, 121 Springfield Ave., Washington, Pa., self-employed mechanic, and Joyce D. Unrue, 65, same address, cake decorator. David C. Muchaben, 24, 8515 Goldfinch Way, West Chester, adviser 401K representative, and Kayla S. Stoneman, 23, 2242 Township Road 444, Sugarcreek, unemployed. Titus M. Miller, 28, 6137 Township Road 331, Millersburg, dairy farmer, and Dorothy H. Miller, 20, 6222 Township Road 327, Millersburg, unemployed. Ben L. Troyer III, 21, 4386 County Road 114, Sugarcreek, construction, and Sharla N. Hochstetler,

28, 2869 State Route 83, Millersburg, bank teller. Reuben G. Weaver, 23, 7571 Township Road 602, Fredericksburg, metal worker, and Luella I. Schlabach, 23, 7866 Township Road 334, Millersburg, unemployed. Melvin L. Miller, 23, 4885 State Route 557, Millersburg, finishing, and Clara M. Miller, 21, 9260 Township Road 656, Fredericksburg, unemployed. Jonathan R. Miller, 34, 7790 Dundee-Wilmot Road NW, Dundee, laborer foreman, and Cindy D. Troyer, 24, 6611 County Road 333, Millersburg, secretary. Ryan M. Stroud, 32, 8755 County Road 292, Millersburg, auto technician, and Karli M. Meehan, 27, 8755 County Road 292, Millersburg, physical therapist. Cody A. Johnson, 26, 4696 State Route 62, Millersburg, laborer, and Nicole M. Yoder, 22, 4696 U.S. Route 62, Millersburg, cashier.

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Native American returns to Schoenbrunn to share perspective of Ohio during 1770s Historic Schoenbrunn Village, located in New Philadelphia, invites the public to the village on Saturday, Sept. 28 at noon for a program on Ohio during the 1770s. The program will explore what was happening specifically at Schoenbrunn Village

and surrounding Moravian missionary communities in Northeast Ohio. Jerermy Turner, a Native American speaker representing the Ohio tribes of the Delaware, Shawnee and Wyandot people, will return to the village to share the Native per-

spective on Native life in and around the village during the 1770s and how that perspective is different from the traditional European perspectives of the mission towns. This program is part of a statewide initiative of the Ohio Historical Society

to nurture stronger bonds between Ohio Native Tribes and historical sites. The site has designated the last week of September as Native American week and has encouraged these types of programs across the state. Turner will also share Submitted photo

Ohio Native American descendant Jeremy Turner returns to Schoenbrunn Village to share how Native perspectives differ from European interpretation. Delaware stories, his thoughts on the Delaware removal, and its impact on their culture. He will share with the audience why Ohio is still important to that culture today. This program is free to the public and refreshments will be served. There is admission to the

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Enchanted Forest opens at The Wilderness Center “Magic” will fill trails at The Wilderness Center during the Enchanted Forest held Friday and Saturday, Oct. 11-12, with shows at 6:30 and 7:30 each evening. Children and their adults will have a fun, educational, but not scary, experience. Walk through pumpkin lit paths through the Enchanted Forest, escorted by volunteer Fireflies who light the way with lanterns. Along the trail, stop for brief programs by the creatures of the night who inhabit The Enchanted Forest. Meet Dirt, who provides you with the food you eat, even though you walk on it every day. Glide through the woods with Flying Squirrel and learn

about its nocturnal night life. Watch out for Skunk, who doesn’t bother anyone, but who can get rid of you in a hurry. Slide with Slug through the woods at a snail’s pace. Burrow with Crayfish, who spends most of his time underground in mud tunnels. And greet Deer Mouse whose nervousness fits his character because he is a food source for many predators in the woods. Refreshments are served in the Interpretive Building after the walk. Children and adults are encouraged to wear costumes. Sign up early — The Enchanted Forest fills up quickly. Visit www.wildernesscenter. org or call 1-877-359-5235 for more information.

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On Sept. 7, Hiland FFA members participated in the Harvest Festival Parade in Berlin. This year the theme of the float was “Ignite” which is also the theme for this year’s National FFA Convention. Students decorated the float with flames and signs that said “ignite,” hay bales, and Hiland FFA signs. Keith Yoder, father of Rachelle Yoder, drove the Farmall H tractor that pulled the float. Members participating were: Rachelle Yoder, Jessica Davis, Stacey Regan, Kelsey Yoder, Shauna Kline, Heidi

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Hiland FFA members participate in the Harvest Festival Parade in Berlin. Troyer, Melissa Hostetler, Tanner Neuenschwander, Aaron Nisley, Javan Scheufler, Kenny Clark, Ryan Mast and Kenny Slabaugh. On Sept. 9, Hiland FFA members participated in Adopt-A-Highway, picking up trash along state

Route 39 from Troyer’s Country Market to Chestnut Ridge Elementary School and back to the high school, covering a total of 2 miles. Hiland FFA members participate in Adopt-AHighway in September and again in May. Mem-

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Loudonville Library programs October events at the Loudonville Public Library, 122 E. Main St., have been announced. Contact the library at 419-994-5531 or visit www.loudonvillelibrary. org for more information. The library will be closed on Monday, Oct. 14 for Staff Development Day — Wednesday Morning Play Days, a time of unstructured play, stories and getting to know others, 10 a.m.-noon. Once a month there will be

special play session from 11 a.m.-noon. On Oct. 9, balloons and on Nov. 13, Legos. — Read to Payton, kids can come to the library between 11 a.m.-1 p.m. and read to Payton. Payton is a Springer Spaniel and he loves for kids to read to him. Payton will be coming to the library the second and fourth Saturdays of the month and when kids read to him they will receive a bookmark. — Make-it Take-it, beginning Oct. 1, kids

grade 6 and younger can color a Western bandana in the children’s area. This self-guided craft lasts while supplies last. — Teen Lego Club, Monday, Oct. 7 from 3:30-5 p.m., During this monthly program teens will enjoy theme building, show and tell and challenge activities, so take a friend. For grades 7-12. — Teen After School Craft, Wednesday, Oct. 9 at 3:30 p.m. Teens will meet in café of the library to make a friendship

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Harriette Mutchler, 87 Harriette A. Mutchler, 87, of North Fort Myers, Fla., formerly of Ashland, died Tuesday, Sept. 17, 2013, at Hospice of North Central Ohio. Born Jan. 6, 1926, in Holmes County, she was the daughter of Harry and Ada (Anderson) Miller. Harriette was a successful salesperson with Stanley Home Products and an active church member, where she was a deaconess and taught Junior Church and Sunday School for many years. She did all of this while also raising four children. Harriette enjoyed being a grandmother and greatgrandmother and especially loved holding the new babies and watching the little ones play. In her free time, she enjoyed gardening, both flowers and vegetables, and reading. A “snowbird” for several years with her late husband, Harriette moved permanently to Florida in 2011. There she loved to socialize and was active in the Hobby Club.

She is survived by her children, N a n c y (Michael) Tr u e x , M a n s field, Barbara (Don) Crist, Cape Coral, Fla., Don (Sandy) Mutchler, Ashland, and Joyce (Don) Dailey, Mansfield; eight grandchildren; and 13 great grandchildren. Along with her parents, she was preceded in death by her husband, Ralph Mutchler, in 2001; two brothers; and two sisters. Funeral services are being held today, Thursday, Sept. 26, 2013, at Paradise Hill United Methodist Church, 1491 State Route 603, Ashland. Arrangements are being handled by Ashland Home of Wappner Funeral Directors, 308 Claremont Ave., Ashland. Burial is to follow in Imhoff Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to Hospice of North Central Ohio.

Shirley Scarbrough, 77 Shirley M. Scarbrough, 77, of Millersburg, passed away Saturday morning, Sept. 14, 2013, at Sycamore Run Nursing Home, Millersburg, following an extended illness. She was born Aug. 18, 1936, in Clay City, Illinois, and was the daughter of James W. and Thelma (Hunley) Tolliver. On Feb. 14, 1955, she married Donald L. Scarbrough, and he preceded her in death on May 25, 2002. Shirley was a homemaker. She was a member of the American Legion. She enjoyed playing Bingo, and she loved her grandkids. She is survived by her four children, Cindie (Wes) Hoffman of Millersburg, Linda (Allen) Glassford of Killbuck, Connie (Dave) Troyer and JB Scarbrough of Millersburg; nine grandchildren, Michele Snow, Pam Shultz, Byron and Corey Glassford, Erica Booth, Brittany Barnes, Cody Miller, and Charese and Jacob Scarbrough; and nine greatgrandchildren. She was preceded in death by her father, James; her mother, Thelma Burkett; her husband; a brother, Robert Dale Tolliver;

and a daught e r- i n law, Judy S c a r brough. Private services w e r e held. The family suggests that memorial contributions be made to Tridia Hospice, 4680 Douglas Circle NW, Canton, Ohio, 44718 or to Alzheimer’s Association, 4815 Munson St., N.W. Canton, Ohio, 44718. Arrangements were handled by Alexander Funeral Home, Millersburg. Our family would like to thank the staff at Sycamore Run and Tridia Hospice for all the love, care and support they provided for our mother.

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Obituaries Helen Jones, 87

Helen Viola Jones, 87, died Sunday, Sept. 22, 2013, at Aultman Hospital in Canton. She was born Oct. 10, 1925, in Holmes County to Harley and Grace (Strouse) Shinabarker. She worked for Goodwill Industries of Wayne & Holmes Counties and had attended Gospel Hill Ministry. Surviving are children, Gordon (Evy) Brink of San Antonio, Texas, Kirby Brink of Indianapolis, Ind., Patricia (Bruce) Eckleberry of Coshocton, Shirley (Ron) Meehan of Glenmont, and Jeffrey (Roxanne) Jones of Killbuck; 12 grandchildren; brothers, Robert of Wooster, Earl (Norma) of Glenmont, and Jim

Lloyd Schlauch, 78

(Jean) Shinabarker of Glenmont; and a sister, Edith Croskey of Millersburg. She was preceded in death by her husband, Ralph “Bud” Jones on Jan. 18, 2006; a son, Richard Brink; her parents; a brother, Ed Shinabarker; and a sister, Vera MaCafferty. Graveside services will be Saturday, Sept. 28 at 10 a.m. in Valley View Cemetery, Warsaw, with evangelist Ron Davis officiating. Memorial donations may be made to Gospel Hill Ministry, 27610 Township Road 45, Warsaw 43844. Fischer Funeral Home, Warsaw, is assisting the family (

Noah Yoder, 65 Noah M. Yoder, 65, 5163 Township Road 629, Millersburg, passed away Monday, Sept. 16, 2013, at his home after a five month illness. He was born Dec. 15, 1947, in Millersburg to the late Manelius M. and Lizzie C. (Raber) Yoder and married Fannie Coblentz on May 6, 1971. She survives. He was a member of the Old Order Amish Church. Surviving in addition to his wife are a niece, Betty (Joseph) Yoder, and their children, Keturah, Priscilla, Lillian and Mildred, all of the home; brothers Christ M. (Lizzie Ann) Yoder of Sugarcreek and Mose M.E. (Esther) Yoder of Baltic; sisters Mattie Yoder of Fredericksburg, Susan Yoder of Millersburg, Barbara (John) Raber of Millersburg, Emma (Crist) Troyer of Baltic and Betty Yoder of Millersburg; a brotherin-law, Raymond (Edna) Miller of Millersburg; and numerous nieces, nephews and many friends. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in

death by sisters, Katie Yoder, Mary Yoder and Fannie Miller; an infant brother; and a brother-inlaw, Dan B. Yoder. Funeral services were Wednesday, Sept. 18 at the family residence, with Bishop John B. Beachy officiating. Burial was in the Yoder Cemetery, Saltcreek Township, Holmes County. Spidell Funeral Home in Mount Eaton handled arrangements.

Lloyd L. Schlauch, 78, of Brinkhaven, died at Aultman Hospital on Sept. 12, 2013 after a period of declining health. He was born in Barberton on March 4, 1935 to Lloyd H. and Helen (Messner) Schlauch and was a farmer for 55 years. He was a 1953 graduate of Nashville High School. Lloyd served his country in the U.S. Army from 1954-1956 in Germany. He was a member of Farm Bureau and volunteered with 4-H as an adviser for the Buckeye 4-H Club and as a member of the 4-H dairy committee. He loved gardening, bird watching, hunting and enjoyed spending time with his family and friends. For the last several years he also enjoyed going to Florida during the winter. Services were Tuesday, Sept. 17, at Alexander Funeral Home in Millersburg, with pastor Mark Simone officiating. Burial was in Nashville Cemetery. Military rites were conducted by the Killbuck VFW. He is survived by his wife Jamie (Tish), with whom he shared his life for the last 20 years; sons, Ed (Linda) Schlauch of Glenmont and Vincent Schlauch of the home; daughters, Diana Schlauch of Bristol, Tenn., Susan

( Tr e n t ) Taylor of Killbuck and Peg Sowers of Killbuck; grandchildren, J e n n y (Chad) Wengerd, Tyler (Briana) Schlauch, Ryan Sowers and Bob Taylor; greatgrandchildren, Bryce and Briar Wengerd and Juliana Schlauch; brothers, Harry (Judy) Schlauch and David Schlauch; sisters, Bette (Wayne) Barnes, Hazel (John) Young, Edith (Bob) Moser and Bev (Jim) Duncan; sister-inlaw, Mary Jean Schlauch; and a son-in-law, Dave (Jill) Sowers. He was preceded in death by granddaughter, Ashley Taylor; brother, Carl Schlauch; sister and brother-in-law, Harriet and Kenneth Brumme; and sister-in-law, Sandy Schlauch. Memorial contributions may be made to Killbuck Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, c/o Killbuck Savings Bank, P.O. Box 407, Killbuck, OH 44637 (or any other KSB office); or to Holmes County Fairgrounds Relocation Project, c/o Holmes County Agricultural Society, P.O. Box 376, Millersburg, OH 44654.

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Effie Firebaugh, 92 Effie E. Firebaugh, 92, of Holmesville, passed away Friday evening, Sept. 13, 2013, at her home following a brief illness. She was born Nov. 22, 1920, in Wayne County, Ohio, and was the daughter of Clarence L. and Nellie (McCauslin) Vaughn. She married Bill Firebaugh Sr. in 1941 and he preceded her in death Oct. 17, 1997. Effie was a cook at the Holmesville Elementary School and at the Holmes County Home. She was a member of the Holmesville Church of Christ. She enjoyed playing Bingo and crocheting, and she liked to dance. Effie loved life! Surviving are two children, Bill (Pam) Firebaugh Jr. of Wooster, and Sharon Feikert of Holmesville; four grandchildren, Erik Firebaugh, Heidi Derflinger, Serena Yoder and Shawn Feikert; 10 greatgrandchildren; two sisters, Florence (Wallace) Cullen of Millersburg, and Mildred Weaver of Berlin; two brothers, Jr. (Liz) Vaughn

May Hensel, 95

and Tom (Kathy) Vaughn, both of Millersburg; sisters-in-law, Sharon, Freda, Verda, Jesse, Pearl and Betty; numerous nieces and nephews; and a special friend, Virgil Weese. She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband, and brothers and sisters, Fred Vaughn, Dorothy Carrigan, Jim Vaughn, Charles “Butch” Vaughn and Ruth Lowe. Funeral services were Monday, Sept. 16 at the Holmesville Church of Christ, with Pastors Don Campbell and Jerry Craycraft officiating. Burial was at Prairie Twp. Cemetery, Holmesville. Arrangements were handled by Alexander Funeral Home, Millersburg. The family suggests that memorial contributions be made to Hospice & Palliative Care of Greater Wayne (Holmes) County, 2525 Back Orrville Rd., Wooster, 44691, or to the Holmesville Church of Christ, 204 W. Main St., Holmesville, 44633.

May A. Hensel, 95, Dover, formerly of Baltic, died Sunday, Sept. 15, 2013, at Park Village Health Care Center in Dover. Born July 19, 1918, in Atlanta, she was the daughter of the late Ralph D. and Annie (Witherspoon) Kestler. She received her master’s degree from the University of Georgia and retired as a science teacher after 27 years. She was a member of St. John Lutheran Church in Baltic, Baltic Women’s Club and Eastern Star Lodge in West Lafayette. Her husband, Clyde Odie Hensel Sr., whom she married Aug. 19, 1956, preceded her in death on April 12, 2002. Surviving are children Annie (Jim) Ruth of Tallahassee, Fla., Bonnie Jean Cooper of Brewster, Clyde O. (Susie) Hensel Jr. of Dover, Ralph N. (Ann) Hensel of Sugarcreek, Jonathon A. (Gratziela) Hensel of Denver and Larry R. (Anita) Hensel

Opal Lehr, 86

of Perry To w n ship; 21 grandchildren; 17 greatgrandchildren; a n d sistersin-law Nancy Hensel of Massillon and Nancy Hensel of Canton. In addition to her husband, she was preceded in death by her parents, sons Clyde L. and Ronnie Hensel, sisters Ann Conner and Beulah Kestler and a brother, Ralph W. Kestler. Funeral services were Wednesday, Sept. 18 at St. John Lutheran Church in Baltic, with the Rev. John Paul Maroni officiating. Burial was in West Lawn Cemetery, Baltic. Smith-Varns Funeral Home in Sugarcreek, handled arrangements (www. Memorials may be made to Sugarcreek Library.

Geneva Mullet, 93 Geneva Fern Mullet, 93, of Berlin, died Tuesday, Sept. 17, 2013, at her home. She was born Aug. 9, 1920, in Berlin Township,

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Ashland, B e t h (Rich) Siegenthaler of Wooster, A m y (Mike) Nelson of Ashl a n d , Tyler (Claudine Metrick) Rychener of Massachusetts, Todd Rychener of Texas, Kristi Rychener of New Mexico, Sheila (Scott Bodiker) Mullet of Berlin, Mike (Megan) Mullet of Winesburg, Deb (Chris Dages) Mullet of Berlin, Cory (Emi Oda) Mullet, Emily (Andrew Parker) Mullet, and Bryn (Jason) Good all of Virginia; 15 greatgrandchildren; a brother, Carl Yoder of Berlin; and sisters, Vera Boyd and Gladys Mast, both of

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Opal Mae Lehr passed away Sunday, Sept. 15, 2013, at Wayne County Care Center in Wooster after a brief illness. She was born Feb. 19, 1927, to William S. and Elma M. (Arnold) McClure near Shreve. She was a 1945 graduate of Big Prairie High School and took great pride in the fact she never missed an alumni banquet in 58 years. After graduation, she worked at Big Prairie Post Office where she met her husband, Percy W. Lehr, son of Vinton and Zella (Kerr) Lehr. They were married Nov. 10, 1946. He passed Feb. 27, 1998. They moved to Wooster and raised their family on Bloomington Drive. Surviving are daughters Linda S. Lehr of Westminster, Colo., Jann K. (Harry) Henthorn of Orrville, Sally S. Shadel of Phoenix, and a son, David L. Lehr of Wooster; grandchildren Joshua W. (Beth) Lehman of Shreve, Cami E. (Derrick) Blosser of Dalton, Amanda (Chad) West of Phoenix and Brianna S. Shadel of Boardman; great-grandchildren Collin C. and Brooklin A. Lehman, McCartney J. Sorg, Oliver W. Lehman, Brynn M. West, and baby Blosser boy due in January. Opal was the oldest of 10 children. She is survived by sisters Eleanor (Jim) Duncan of Nashville, Shirley Jane Odenkirk (Niel) Brown, Judy Ferguson and Sandy (Dave) Stake, all of Loudonville, Charlotte (Joe) Mowrer of North Carolina; a brother, Hershel “Sonny” McClure, of Pomeroy; and 25 nieces and nephews. She was preceded by her husband Percy of 52 years; sisters, Bonnie and Cleabelle McClure; and a brother and sisterin-law Gerald “Bud” (Char) McClure. When Opal first moved to Wooster, she took and gave swimming lessons at the Red Cross, later she taught many kids to swim at their home on Bloomington Drive. When all her girls joined the YMCA swim team, she worked tirelessly to help the YMCA program as a timer and driving all the kids to swim meets in her station wagon.

She also helped at the f i r s t Freedlander s w i m m e e t and for m a n y years following. She was famous for her fantastic lasagna, homemade pizza and pizzelles. Opal worked at Boys’ Village for five years in the late 1970s and early ’80s running the switchboard and front desk. She loved to read, play cards, work with her flowers and sew. She enjoyed singing songs to her kids, grandkids and great-grandkids. She was a member of Shreve Lioness Club, Shreve American Legion Auxiliary, was past president of the Ohio 37th Women’s Auxiliary, Quota Club of Wooster, Monday Mothers Club, and for many years worked for the Red Cross Blood Banc. She was an avid Indians fan. As per her wishes, Opal will be cremated and no calling hours were held. A memorial service will be held at a later date in Newkirk Cemetery. Schlabach Funeral Home is handling arrangements. Online condolences may be shared with the family at The family would like to thank Wayne County Care Center, Dr. James Bay and Life Care Hospice for the care shown Opal. A special thanks to the Rev. Rufus and Lydia Thompson for their visits to mom. In Opal’s memory memorial contributions may be made to Life Care Hospice (formerly Hospice & Palliative Care of Wayne County); or Wayne County Library. We know she is running through a field of beautiful flowers and singing in heaven with Pop, grandma and grandpa, Ward, Betty and Pat, Cindy and Mitch, and all her family and friends. “You are my sunshine, my only sunshine. You make me happy when the skies are grey. You’ll never know dear, how much I love you. Please don’t take my sunshine away.” Rest In Peace, Mom, we love you!

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West Holmes thunders past Madison 42-14 By KEVIN LYNCH Staff Writer With the threat of severe weather looming large on the horizon, the explosive offense of West Holmes erupted in the second quarter like a full force gale Friday night at Rams Field in Madison. The Knights scored five touchdowns in the second quarter to take a 35-7 lead that turned into a 42-14 victory. Layne Perone rumbled through the defense of the Rams like thunder, churning out 120 yards and three touchdowns on 12 carries in the first half. Brady Arnold used his lightning-quick speed to run for one score and hauled in a 25-yard pass for another TD in the Ohio Cardinal Conference opener. Luke Ogi chipped in 80 yards on 10 totes in the first half, including a long run to set up a 9-yard scoring run by Perone. Then the real storm hit. A torrential downpour during the band performance was followed by an hour delay because of lightning. The second half was played in a steady rain, with neither team doing much except scoring one touchdown apiece. Perone did the honors for the Knights on a 15-yard scoring burst. The burly back finished with 227 yards on 27 carries. He scored four times. “Layne’s a tough kid. He’s not an All-Ohio back by mistake,” West Holmes coach Kevin Maltarich said. “He does a lot of good things very, very well. He deserves a lot of credit. “On the flip side of that, our line is really beginning to jell and come together. They’re making adjustments on their own, and that’s something we need to happen.” Perone gave all the credit for his success to his offensive line. “I’d definitely say it’s the line,” Perone said. “Our line’s been really good this year. Some people doubted them, but they’ve come out and proved them all wrong. They’ve come out and worked hard and it makes it easy for me.” While Perone gave his blockers credit, he earned a lot of yards on his own after breaking through arm tackle attempts and running over smaller defenders.. “I guess that’s just the way I run,” he said. “I’m not

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Luke Ogi cuts off the blocks of Matt Eastep (66) and Grayson Miller. Ogi ran for more than 100 yards in the Knights’ 42-14 romp over the Rams. a speed back, so I’ve got to use my power and keep my legs pushing.” After a scoreless first quarter, Perone got the Knights on the board with an 18-yard scoring burst up the middle, on which he shed several tacklers on his way to the end zone. That two-play drive was set up by a fumble recovery at the Madison 25. On the next series, the defense forced a punt and a penalty pushed the Knights back 10 more yards. Ogi then broke loose on a 62-yard jaunt to set up the second score for Perone and the Knights. Logan Gallion’s conversion kick went wide and the Knights led 13-0. Madison got its first score on a 73-yard dart up the middle by Kalvin Gordon, who led the Rams with 156 yards on 10 carries, most of them coming on two carries. For the most part, the West Holmes defense

hemmed in the speedster. Perone said his offensive instincts translate over to defense, where he and Ogi have been a pair of hardhitting linebackers. “We started out a little rough this year, but we’re starting to get the hang of it,” Perone said. “We’re starting to read keys and get to the ball and make plays.” The Knights answered Madison’s score with a fourplay drive of their own, capping it off with a 25-yard scoring toss from Brody Miller to Brady Arnold. Arnold, the holder for Gallion, then hit tight end Levi Jones for the 2-point conversion and a 21-7 lead. A pass to Arnold set up West Holmes’ next score, a 7-yard run by Perone, and a 28-7 advantage. “When we can complete little short passes in the flat, that opens up a lot of things for us,” Maltarich said. “That’s one thing we’re able to do, and we got a little reverse in there and were able to make some things happen.” That reverse came on the final series of the first half, where Arnold scampered in from 25 yards out with eight seconds remaining. The West Holmes coach said it was hard to come back out for the second half after the hour delay. a three-year letterwinner in footAfter his career at West Holmes “We got that big lead at the half and went back out ball, basketball and baseball. In ended, he went on to play quarter- there in the rain. It was sloppy. Coaches and kids just basketball, he was the point guard back at The University of Findlay, all wanted it to be over,” Maltarich said. for the Knights, leading the team in earning four varsity letters. He curBut they did, and finished off the Rams to run their steals and assists during his junior rently ranks fourth in school histo- record to 4-0 on the season, 1-0 in the Ohio Cardinal and senior seasons. He earned all- ry in passing yardage, sixth in pass- Conference. Madison dipped to 1-3, 0-1. conference honors his senior year. ing attempts, sixth in completions “We came out slow and we talked about that a little In baseball, he was a pitcher and and sixth in passing touchdowns. bit,” Maltarich said. “That’s one thing we’ve got to outfielder. He earned all-conferHe currently lives outside of correct. We’ve got to make sure we come out a little ence honors his junior and senior Wooster with his wife, Tammi and bit better. We’ve got to make sure we’re mentally preseasons. daughters, Hayley and Taylor. pared, and when you do that, you can adjust to differDePriest enjoyed his most success Cline and DePriest will join the ent speeds and sizes and things like that.” on the gridiron. He rarely left the other members of the Class of The Knights return home this week to entertain Ashfield, serving as quarterback, defen- 2013 and the 1992 state champion land. Madison travels to Wooster. sive back, punter and kicker. He Hiland Hawks basketball team in Ashland (2-2, 1-0) is coming off a strong showing in led the 1981 team to a 9-1 record, being celebrated on Saturday, Oct. a 38-17 win against Wooster, where quarterback Tim including seven shutouts and the 12, at 6:30 p.m at the Carlisle Vil- Zurcher threw for 248 yards and three touchdowns, ’82 team registered the school’s lage Inn. and ran for another 104 yards on 25 totes. first undefeated season, going 10-0, ***** Zurcher’s favorite target was Max Stringer, who including six shutouts. Editor’s note: This is part of a hauled in 10 passes for 133 yards and a score. Jake He was highly honored after series of articles introducing the Alton also snared six passes for 64 yards. Tyler Doerer both his junior and senior seasons Holmes County Sports Hall of is another receiving threat. for his play on both offense and Fame Class of 2013. An induction The Arrows throw the ball a lot. Against Wooster, defense, including being name ceremony will be held on Saturday, Ashland went to the air 38 times, completing 22 of Daily Record Player of the Year Oct. 12, at the Carlisle Village Inn them. Zurcher was intercepted once. in 1982. He played in the Times- in Walnut Creek. Tickets are availThe quarterback was also the leading ground gainer Reporter All Star game and was able at the Gospel Bookstore in for the Arrows, who picked up 182 yards on the ground the second player in school history Berlin or at Rodhe’s IGA. Adult against the Generals. Ashland did fumble three times, to be chosen to play in the Ohio tickets are $20 and children (3-11) but much of that was due to the slick conditions Friday North-South All Star Game. are $8. night.

Jim Cline, Kenny DePriest were a big part of WHHS gridiron success Jim Cline played for West Holmes from 1980-83. He was a three-year varsity letterwinner in football, basketball and baseball. He was selected All-Ohio in football after rushing for 14 touchdowns his junior year and finished his high school career with 2,753 yards rushing. He earned all-conference honors in basketball and baseball. He was named Knight of the Year in 1983. Cline went on to play football at Ashland University from 1983-87, earning four varsity letters as a defensive end/linebacker. He was captain of the Eagles his senior season and earned first team All Heartland Conference honors. He played on the first Ashland team to reach the Div. II playoffs. He was also named to the conference AllAcademic team with a 3.3 GPA. He and his wife, Lisa, have been married 26 years. They have a son, Spencer, who is a senior, and a daughter, Bailee who is a junior in high school. They reside in Hilliard. Kenny DePriest played for West Holmes from 1979 to 1983. He was

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Hawks top Lake Center after battling Chipps to a tie Hiland pulled out a key win in boys soccer action on a wet Saturday afternoon. Hiland 2 Lake Center Christian 1 Determination is the key, just ask Hiland’s Brandon Kozak, who set up the go-ahead score to lift the Hawks to a win over Lake Center Christian (6-4-1) in Hartville. At the 72nd minute of the game, Kozak fired a free kick into the box only to have it headed back out to him. Kozak alertly re-launched the ball again, this time to the far post where teammate Jeff Mast was, and Mast headed the ball into the net for the score. Hiland’s (7-3-1) first score came from Alex Mast and its net was guarded between Tyler Hochstetler (4 saves) and Taylor Raber (2 saves). Hiland 1, Chippewa 1 After the Hiland boys soccer team struggled to muster good shots all evening against Chippewa, Hawks coach Scott Bodiker said his team played one of its worst games of the season. “We didn’t play the way we’re capable of and part of that’s their doing,” he said. “They’re disciplined and they’re organized.”

Likewise, when Chipps coach Russ Coney described the opposition, he couldn’t have said it better himself. In a matchup of two of the area’s premier programs, the Hawks and Chipps settled for a 1-1 draw, with each squad frustrating the other. Both teams man-marked well, meaning that high-percentage shots were at a premium. At the end of the contest, all that either coach could do was simply tip his cap to the other side. “I could say the exact same thing,” said Coney. “We didn’t get in a flow and part of that’s the way they play.” The Chipps (9-0-1) did possess the ball for most of the first half, but for the first 39 minutes had nothing to show for it. They finally broke through when Jaden Kidd dribbled the ball inside the box on the left side and drew a foul. With 40 seconds left, Kidd took advantage on a penalty kick and buried his shot past Hiland keeper Tyler Hochstetler. “Jaden had a lot of touches on the ball,” said Coney. “He was in the box a lot, he had a lot of great opportunities and when he got fouled that was another chance.”

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Hiland’s Brandon Kozak (10) battles for possesion against Chippewa’s Logan Green (2) in Berlin Thursday, where the Hawks and Chipps played to a 1-1 draw. Chippewa went into intermission with the momentum, but that turned around less than 3 minutes into the second period, as Brennan Coil cleaned up a ball in the middle of the field from 25 yards out and found the left corner of the goal to knot things up. “We didn’t clear the ball,” said Coney. “It was off a corner and we only got part of it. The

ball found a seam and it found the back of the net.” Bodiker, whose team is 6-3-1, wasn’t so sure his squad would have scored at all if it didn’t make a play early. “We were bad in the first half,” he said. “To get that goal was important. If it had gone 1-0 for much longer we would’ve been in trouble.” That turned out to be it for

Molnar leads WH at Malone Knights

Emily Molnar led the Knights with a fourthplace finish Saturday at the Malone Invitational Div. II race. Molnar ran a 20:24 to lead West Holmes, but it wasn’t enough to lift it out of sixth place with 135 points. Gilmour Academy won the race with a score of 55, just slightly ahead of Crestwood’s 59.

Michelle Hostetler also ran strong for the Knights, finishing eighth with a time of 20:45 and Alexis Kandel was 25th with a time of 22:09. Div. II Boys Bay dominated this division with a team score of 57, followed by second-place Eastwood (95). West Holmes finished fifth at 122, Northwestern was seventh

with 212 and Triway finished 16th with a 447. Sam Boyd led the Knights with a seventhplace time of 17:56. Other West Holmes runners running strong were Vinny DeFelice, who finished 10th with a time of 18:00, Brent Wilson (34th), J.R. Yoder (35th) and Philip Schaffter (36th).

How much is a Heisman trophy worth? The 2012 winner, Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel, was the first freshman ever to win the award as college football’s best player, and to his college the answer is – plenty. The School’s own study showed that the win translated into $37 million in media exposure alone for A&M, and that’s not even counting the increased ticket sales, merchandise sales or donations. Manziel is so popular that A&M even has a licensing deal to use his nickname, “Johnny Football,” without jeopardizing Manziel’s eligibility – a first for a college and one of its athletes. The Seattle Mariners beat the Houston Astros 4-2 in July of 2013, one of those meaningless mid-summer snoozers between two also-rans. But get this – Seattle scored all four runs while collecting just one hit. Two runs scored on passed balls. It was the first time in a century that a major league team scored at least four runs with just one hit and no errors by the opposition. Oh, and the Mariners also struck out 15 times. Football is the ultimate team game, with no one player supposedly making the difference between wins and losses – with the possible exception of the quarterback. But in Pittsburgh, a lot of success seems to ride on the shoulder pads of All-Pro safety Troy Polamalu. In Polamalu’s first 10 seasons, the Steelers were 80-34 when he started – a winning percentage of .701 – and 1713 when he was out with an injury – .567. Polamalu played just seven games in 2012, and the Steelers finished 8-8.


The West Holmes will be in action at the Ohio Cardinal Conference tournament on Saturday at The College of Wooster with some doubles action with Wooster High School. Play begins at 9 a.m.

WH 5, Mansfield 0 Yielding only 2 match points, West Holmes was in full control of this conference battle with Mansfield. Winning with double bagels were Morgan Wagers (first singles), Lydia Schonauer (second singles) and the Knights first doubles team of Shyann Kick and Stormi Morris. Nicole Strouse (third singles) and West Holmes’ second doubles team of Maty Macaulay and Erin Stitzlein won, giving up one match point each.



split OCC

Emily Molnar

Ashland 5, WH 0 The Knights were shut out at Ashland on Tuesday in another OCC clash. Wagers played the closest match at first singles, falling 6-2, 7-5 for the Knights (11-3, 3-2 in the OCC).

both squads, with Hiland eventually holding a 10-7 edge in shots on goal. While each team had a few chances in the second half, neither was able to convert. Bodiker said his team simply didn’t do enough to drum up offense. “They man-mark well in the back,” he said. “Too many guys on our team stood around and didn’t move. If you don’t move, you make it easy for them.” It was the same story for Chippewa. After Kidd’s goal, the Chipps mustered just two shots in the final 40 minutes. “When we play teams that take us out of our game, we have to be creative,” said Coney. “Our takeaway is how to break down that type of team and get more shots on goal.” With two tradition-laden squads on the pitch, Thursday’s game had a tournament-type atmosphere. The Chipps are currently ranked No. 12 in the Div. III coaches’ poll, while the Hawks have played an unrelenting slate to prepare for an another deep postseason run. “This is our sixth state-ranked team in 10 games,” said Bodiker. “We finished those 2-3-1. It would’ve been nice to be 3-3, but it didn’t happen.”

Lady Knights tie Zanesville, blank Senior In a roller coaster game, West Holmes rallied back twice, grabbed a late lead, but couldn’t make it stand as it settled for a tie with host Zanesville. West Holmes 3, Zanesville 3 “It was a roller coaster of a game,” said Knights (3-15) coach Josh Wengerd. “We battled back from behind most of the game, got the lead with one minute to go and then had the tough ending.” That tough ending came when the Blue Devils’ (6-41) Kelsie Montgomery came upon a loose ball from a corner kick and sank it with two seconds left for the equalizer. With that one defensive lapse or inability to clear the ball, it took away what would have been the hero status for Ali Gilt. At the 1:00 mark in the second half, a ball was crossed, Gilt located it and nailed it from her center-mid position to give West Holmes it’s first and only lead of the game at 3-2. Other Knights finding the scoring touch were Mallory Wahl and Elise Neville, while their goalkeeper, Jennifer Scott, rejected four shots. West Holmes 5, Mansfield Senior 0 West Holmes came out on the attack and never let up in blanking Mansfield in an Ohio Cardinal Conference matchup to highlight soccer on Thursday. “It was nice to get a shutout,” said Knights coach Josh Wengerd. “We haven’t done that lately. Hopefully, the momentum will carry on the rest of the season.” Abby Callahan scored a pair, while Kennedy Smith, Ali Gilt and Riley Uhinck all scored for West Holmes as it outshot the Tygers 30-4. That made for an easy clean sheet for Knights goalkeeper Jennifer Scott with one save.

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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: 614-6442129 email: FINAL ISSUANCE OF REVOCATION OF PERMIT TO INSTALL SCHLABACH WOODWORKS 6660 SR 241 MILLERSBURG OH ACTION DATE : 09/19/2013 FACILITY DESCRIPTION: AIR IDENTIFICATION NO. : RVK02712 Permit revoked. FINAL ISSUANCE OF PERMIT-TO-INSTALL AND OPERATE SCHLABACH WOODWORKS 6660 SR 241 MILLERSBURG OH ACTION DATE : 09/19/2013 FACILITY DESCRIPTION: AIR IDENTIFICATION NO. : P0115425 PTIO Renewal permit for woodworking operations (emissions units P001 and P002). APPLICATION RECEIVED FOR AIR PERMIT MILLCREEK LUMBER 1617 TR 106 MILLERSBURG OH ACTION DATE : 09/06/2013 FACILITY DESCRIPTION: AIR IDENTIFICATION NO. : A0048828 Installation of three natural gas stationary spark ignition RICE for powering debark-

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ing, chipping and milling processes at Millcreek Lumber LLC.

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2012 SNAPPER Pro 61" Zero Turn, 17hrs, 3 yrs left on warranty. $6,200. Also John Deere 318 w/snow plow and wheel weights. $1,600. (330) 231-2612

LOOKING FOR Older gentleman to haul Amish man around. One day a week. 330-763-0370.

SCHLABACH WOOD70 Business Opportunity WORKS 6660 SR 241 MILLERSBURG O H MILLERSBURG BUSINESS for Sale! Used bookstore. Healthy business, owner ACTION DATE : selling for personal reasons. Owner offer09/05/2013 ing full training/support to new owner. FACILITY DESCRIPTION: Over 40,000 books in stock. Large Established customer base. Call (330) AIR 674-9676 IDENTIFICATION NO. : A0048854 Renewal permit application 100 Position Wanted for woodworking operations, emissions units P001 and HELP WANTED: Driver/Worker for P002. framing crew. Mt. Hope Area. Publish Holmes County Hub Shopper September 26, 2013



WEST HOLMES Class of 1993 20 Year Class Reunion, Oct. 4th & 5th, For Details of time & place email


HELP WANTED on Pole Barn Crew, (330) 763-4747

105 General OIL SERVICE rig taking applications for rig hands. (740) 824-4692.

ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A CAREER in Wayne or Holmes County?

Staffing Partners is currently hiring for great companies such as Wayne Dalton Door & Artiflex Manufacturing. We have 30 + job opportunities available ranging from assembly, forklift operator, press operators, general labors, warehouse positions, and many more. Join us for a job fair on October 15, 2013 at 85 North Grant Street Millersburg, Ohio 44654 from 9am-12pm. We offer competitive pay & benefits. Apply online at: or Apply in Person on Tuesday – Thursdays, 9am-3pm 2056 Portage Road Wooster, OH 44691. 330-262-2662 NOTICE: WE NEED full time worker occasional driver on poultry catching crew. Sugarcreek to Berlin area. (330) 852-3132. AMISH CREW looking for full time driver. Must live close to Millersburg. Call 330- 763-3937

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MILLERSBURG business has opening for part-time janitor-3 hours a day, 5 days a week. Optional hours- 5 AM to 8 AM or 8 PM to 11 PM. E-mail resume to: or m a i l it to: 7190 St. Rt. 39 Millersburg, OH 44654. DRIVER/WORKER Needed for mason crew. Mostly local work, nonsmoker. Eddie Miller, Winesburg. (330) 359-1902. SOMEONE to stack lumber for lumber grader. (330) 231-3236. LOOKING FOR Individuals to work with developmental disabilities in Killbuck area. If interested contact 330-340-5487. LOCAL LANDSCAPE management company looking for landscape/tree care personnel. Must like the outdoors, be able to do strenuous activities, have a valid drivers license. Will train. Send resume to 9088 Back Orrville Road, Orrville, OH 44667 DRIVER/WORKER NEEDED for roofing crew. Call Allen (330) 204-4134.

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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. PARENTAL ASSISTANT to help with home schooling 8th & 9th graders, incls. housekeeping & other duties. Amish/ Mennonite preferred. Call 330-231-6936. HELP WANTED: framing and roofing, year round work, transportation available. Good Work Environment. Excellent pay. (419) 545-4151. CUSTOMER SERVICE Representative needed with cheerful, team-oriented attitude, computer skills necessary, part-time. Call 330-231-6936.

GAY LESBIAN Friendly Helpline, 888-843-4564 Brethren Mennonite Council for Lesbian Gay Concerns NOTICE: WE will skin & debone deer. Also, have cooler, grinder. Nelson Miller, 1492 T.R. 414, Dundee, Ohio 330-359-5942

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CARRY CONSEALED weapons classes. Instructed by Wildlife Trooper ret. J.J. Ramirez. 330-276-0661  LOOKING FOR A gentleman with enclosed trailer to haul Amish man around 2 days a month, for 10 months and one day a week for 2 months. 740-622-4400.

Steve Chupp 330-465-4725 11044 Johnsford Road Beach City, OH 44608





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AUTO Technician

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

DAILY RECORD Carriers Needed

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


WANTED: TIMBER cutter preferably with drivers license. No stay aways. Pay based on experience. (330) 674-0820†x3. HELP WANTED IMMEDIATELY. Fabricators & Welders. New pay scale for all positions. All benefits available. EOE. Apply in person at WasteQuip. 930 Massillion Rd (State Route 241), Millersburg OH. HELP WANTED IMMEDIATELY. Experienced welders. Starting pay $13.00/hr. with performance rate increases. All benefits available. EOE. Apply in person at WasteQuip. 930 Massillion Rd (State Route 241), Millersburg OH.

Drivers Trucking

GROWING FLEET looking for over the road drivers to join our team. We haul flatbed and stepdeck freight throughout the US. We offer competitive wages, benefits and bonuses. Must have class A CDL and 2 yrs of experience. Call Commercial Transport at 419-928-1200 for more information. WANTED: DRIVER to work with framing crew, nonsmoker. Call Nelson at: (330) 231-5183.

125 Medical / Healthcare OPTICAL APPRENTICE Needed Part-time Skills required: attention to detail, manual dexterity, strong math aptitude, fashion savvy, and a desire to help people of all ages and backgrounds. Send resume to:

170 Finance CASHLAND, LOCATED at 806 East Bowman Street, Wooster, Ohio, 44691, is now hiring Part-Time Customer Service Associates. Customer service, cash handling & marketing skills preferred. Great Pay, Fun and Professional Atmosphere! Please apply at or email your resume to EOE


SPECIAL DAIRY SALE WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 9, 2013 12:00 NOON Consisting of open heifers, springers, short bred heifers, fresh heifers and cows. FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL: LEROY BAKER

Sale Barn: (330) 852-2832 Leroy Baker cell: (330) 340-0614 Sale Barn: (330) 852-2919 Brady Baker cell: (330) 831-1720


SPECIAL fEEdER SALE WEdNESdAY, OCTOBER 16, 2013 6:00 PM FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL: LEROY BAKER Sale Barn: (330) 852-2832 Leroy Baker cell: (330) 340-0614 Sale Barn: (330) 852-2919 Brady Baker cell: (330) 831-1720

197 Skilled Trade 205 PRIDE OF THE HILLS Mfg. and Grace Automation Ser. are industry leaders in the manufacturing of natural gas and oil production equipment. Our business is growing and we are in need of full time Field Service Technicians, Welders, Painters and Assembly/ Pipefitters for all shifts at both our Big Prairie and our Killbuck operations. Good mechanical aptitude and math skills are required. Fluxcore and heavy plate MIG experience are a plus. We are a family oriented, drug free, work place; that offers competitive wages, a robust benefits package, educational opportunities and long term growth potential. If you meet our needs, please apply in person at our offices from 8-4PM, located at 8275 State Route 514 Big Prairie, Ohio. Follow the signs to Whispering Hill Campground. No phone calls please.

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MULLET WOOD and Coal heating stove. Good condition, $750. Myron J. Hershberger 8464 TR 635, Fredericksburg, OH. Behind Stone barn Furniture. GE REFRIGERATOR, small- approx. 3-ft. tall, has been standing around for 4 yrs., $60; Also, Enterprise wood cook stove, $100. 330-674-5740 FRIGIDAIRE 21 CU. FT. Upright Freezer, $190. 2 Maytag Dryers, $175 each. All in good working condition. (330) 401-8262. 5 HIGH PRESSURE natural gas lights plus 150' quarter inch copper tubing and fitting, $100. Willis Keim (330) 359-0021.


Construction Equipment

ANTIQUE TUB w/claw feet. Needs restored since it was outside. Call 330-466 -7946. Burbank, Oh. 12"x 8" OIL on masonite, by Mr. Heinz Gaugle painted 10/18/98, Autumn 4 Amish children. Photo available. $250. 870-754-1920 COMPLETE SET Mbg. antique Festival plates. 1973-2006. Also, carnival plates, 7, $499. complete. Call 330-279-2941 ANTIQUE ROSEVILLE Pottery, 9AM till 2PM, Saturday Oct. 5. Next to Catholic Church parking lot Millersburg.


Appliances Electronics

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. PORTABLE CLOTHES Washer, Stainless tub, Great for travel camper or Apartment. New, never used. $250 (330) 897-0160 CROSLEY PROPANE range, good condition, $200. (330) 852-2383 x3 FOR SALE: TRISTAR Sweeper with attachments. $300/obo. (330) 600-0123. FOR SALE: 16 Humphrey Lights, $30 each or all for $400. (330) 852-7616 VM Steven Hershberger, 10105 Old Zimmerman Rd, Sugarcreek, OH 44681 FOR SALE: D & S Rite Burn stove, G o o d condition, $1,200 OBO. (330) 263-0040 FOR SALE: Upright Freezer, Kelvinator, Good condition. (330) 674-1694†Ext 2 Leave message. FOR SALE: Used older model Dometic gas refrig., tan, working condition, $350. Dennis & Rose Yoder, (330) 852-4768 MAYTAG WRINGER washer. Very good condition, $450. (330) 852-4148.

4640E Skid Loader, $18/hour. Allen Miller (330) 567-2249

1993 CASE 455C Crawler loader. Excellent Condition, $14,000. GBE0009309. (330) 678-1815. 2007 NEW Holland E27 Mini Excavat o r , 6000lb, Control pattern changer, Canopy, 1200hrs, Excellent Cond. $17,000. (330) 852-0188 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 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

Smokey Lane Stables, Inc. Oct. 5th

(Catalog Consignments due Sept. 20th)

Oct. 11th

Driving Horse Sale - (tACK 5:30 horses @ 7)

Oct. 25th

Harvestfest - All Breed horse Sale (tACK 5:00 horses @ 6:30)

NOv. 8th

Standardbred Sale, (tACK 5:30, horses 7)

Dec. 7

Riding Horse and Pony Christmas Sale


(tACK 9:30AM horses Noon) **Catalog consignments due Nov 20

Dec. 13th Standardbred Sale (tACK 5:30 horses 7) 686 Smokey Lane Road NW • Sugarcreek, OH 44681 Phone: 330-852-2237 Fax: 330-852-2237

Auctioneer Myron Miller

Farm Equipment

500 GAL Mueller Bulk Tank, Cooling Unit, 3 Delaval Milker Units, 1 Bucket. David Brown 1200 Tractor. Allen Miller (330) 567-2249

BURKEEN TRENCHER Model B36 with Kubota engine, 6 way blade, 4"x5' trencher. Good condition, $4,900. (330) 600-2206.

CASE 75XT SKID Loader, 5,000 hrs., $15,000, in good condition. (740) 622-5216

FOR RENT: D5C Dozer, $28 pr. hr. Eli Weaver 7841 CR 373 Big Praire, OH 44611

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

2012 JD 5065E 65HP Tractor, MFWD, Loader Ready, Low hours, $23,500. (330) 674-4426 FOR SALE: CAT 518 Log skidder. Works good. $14,000. Willis Hershberger. 5601 Edgar St, Millersburg. (330) 893-1805.

Farm Equipment FOR SALE: 300 Gallon Jamesway bowl

MCCORMICK-DEERING Corn Binder Loader, Used 1 season, (330) 473-0096

1959 MASSEY Ferguson MF50, 3pt Hitch. 5' Landpride Brush Hog, RCR1860, used 2 seasons, both run great. $5,900 330-324-3942 FOR SALE: KABOTA L2550 tractor with loader, 4x4 diesel, works, cosmetics rough, no fender on rear tires, $5500. 330-674-5740 2005 JOHN Deere 4310 Utility Tractor, 590Hrs, ESO Electronics, Quick Hitch 3pt, Like New Condition. $15,500. (937) 468-2439 MOTOR MOUNT set up for 323 corn picker, $500. (330) 893-1973†x1 FOR RENT Bobcat T300 skid loader, $25/hr.; Bobcat Mini Hoe, $22/hr. +fuel (330) 231-6196 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 WANTED TO BUY: Haflinger size forecart. Eli E. Petersheim 3942 E. Moreland Rd. Fredericksburg, Ohio44627 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 253 MASSEY Ferguson Tractor, 57HP iwth Turbo, 2,180hrs, OEM Hyd. System, New Rims & Rim centers and like new 16-9 Bkt Radial Tires on back, Front tires 90%. New 3" chrome stack. Clean and in good condition. One of a kind! 30MPH Fun to drive. $13,500 OBO 330-674-1019 FOR SALE: #7 McCormick Silo Filler, Also Hay hoist w/tractor pulley. Jacob M. Yoder, 3053 TR 606, Fredericksburg (330) 359-0140

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

FOR RENT: John Deere 550 G-Dozer, 225 Antiques Collectibles w/Log Arch & Winch, $30/hour. Gehl


HEAVY DUTY Tandem Axle P&J T r a i l e r , 6'x12" with slide in ramps, 7,000 lbs Capacity, LED Lights. In Excellent Condition. $2,850 OBO (330) 674-1019


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FARMALL A with 5-ft. belly mower, new battery, very nice condition. $2100/obo. 330-763-1347 FOR SALE: MCCORMICK #7 Silo Filler with shredder heads, good condition. (740) 623-0684. MILLER PRO 2150 Forage wagon on heavy duty J.D. gear, $1250, Apple Creek, 330-698-1778 210 KNUCKLEBOOM prentice log loader. Mounted on trailer, $22,000. 330-893-2797 or 330-231-3022.

tank. 12 volts agitator motor and switch box. Clean and very good working cond. Willis Miller, 3649 ST RT 557, Baltic, OH 43804. (330) 893-4611. 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. FOR SALE: Corn binder in good condition. Vernon R. Miller, 1740 TR 164, Sugar Creek. (330) 852-8029. FOR SALE: Case 1840 Skid Loader, Foam wheels, $7,800. forks extra. (330) 674-2002 VM


Farm Products Produce

NICE CLEAN HORSE HAY, no mold, $3.80/bale; Straw, $3.70/bale. Can deliver. (330) 806-1950 FOR SALE: Yukon Gold Potatoes. Dan Hershberger. 330-893-4528. YOUR HAY your way. Hay out of the field. Small or large, Square or Round. (330) 852-3072 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. 2ND CUTTING, Grass, Round bales. Nice horse hay. $70/bale. (330) 472-2613 HAY FOR SALE. Lg. Round bales, $65. Great horse hay. 330- 749-2248. 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 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. CASE INT"L. 20' 10-20 Grain Head, $5900. (330) 806-1950 FIRST CUTTING small square mixed grass, no rain, beef hay. $3.50/bale. (330) 567-0063. FOR SALE: 1st & 2nd cutting mixed round bales; 2nd & 3rd cutting alfafa round bales - all stored inside. (330) 852-4369. 1ST CUTTTING mixed hay. No rain, small square, good horse hay, $240 ton. 740-622-5264 ORGANIC AND Conventional Alfalfa mix hay and baleage. Horse and dairy quality. Delivery available. Call Abraham, (330) 231-0610 LOCUSTS POSTS, $5/ea. (330) 852-7616 VM Steven Hershberger, 10105 Old Zimmerman Rd. Sugarcreek OH 44681 TAKING ORDERS Concord Grape Juice concentrate. No sugar, no preservatives added! Available in quarts, gallons, and 5 gallons. Junior Erb (330) 852-2666 x4

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

(888) 987-7551

ATTENTION DAIRY FARMERS: New Classic 300 Claw Special pricing. Also, Rebuilt Less failure vacuum pump. KhILight 25 KW PTO 540, like new. Plus more used milking equipment. Also, more vacuum pumps and electric motors. Call 330-763-1070 40- 800LB. round bales beef hay. New seeding alfalfa with weeds, $30/bale. Delivery available. (330) 472-2613. NEW 1ST Cutting mix, round bales, Good Horse hay, 60 available, $60 a piece. (330) 472-2613


Firewood Fuel

SPLIT & seasoned hickory firewood. Also will custom cut 2-specific length for outdoor woodburners. Delivery available. Call evenings. (330) 275-7980 FIREWOOD FOR SALE. Dried, Hardwood, Firewood cut to length. Delivery available. Call for pricing. Winesburg Area. 330-231-9647. FOR SALE: Seasoned Split Firewood, $40 pickup load. Also, cut up slat wood, $30 pick up load. (330) 893-7611.

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SAT 28 & Sun 29 10a-5p 3348 Sylvan Rd Wooster Wood Blinds, Lighting Fixtures, Clothing, Puzzles, TV, VHS Tapes, & More!!


Horses Livestock

39" BROWN and white Pony Mare, 10 yrs old, Good broke, $350. 46" Black Pony Pare, 2 yrs old w/ 4 white socks, White markings on mane/tail, broke, $450. (330) 893-1973†x1. 8 MONTH OLD Jersey Heifer Polled. Make family cow. Noah Troyer 6840 TR 568, Holmesville 330-674-0851 JUST ARRIVED! A load of STANDARDBRED HORSES right off the track. (330) 472-2613 2 SERVICE age Jersey bulls. Vernon Mast, 5440 E, Moreland Rd. Fredericksburg, OH 44627 330-698-0514 ext. 2 4 YR old Pony Mare, Broke to Ride & Drive, TSS. Duane Yoder (330) 359-0140  3 YEAR OLD Black Friesian Morgan Draft Cross Mare. TSS. 5 YEAR OLD Bay Standard Perch. Cross Gelding, TSS, Surrey Horse. Simon Yoder, 30315 CR 12, Fresno, Ohio 43824.  BROWN PONY Mare. 38", drives with snap, TSS, $275. (330) 674-5618 ext. 1. 6 YEAR OLD Standardbred Gelding, all trot, smaller horse, $1,200. John Miller, 3833 Winklepleck Rd., Sugar Creek, OH. (330) 852-4304. 4 YEAR OLD BLACK Surrey Horse, $2800. Ivan Miller, 8663 TR 601, Fredericksburg. (330) 695-2045

FOR SALE: Seasoned Split Firewood. Nashville Area. $125/qt. 330-231-6804. FOR SALE: Firewood, seasoned split hardwood, $140/cord, $70/half cord/pick up. Big Prairie/Nashville Area. 330-231-3980

FOR SALE: 6 yr. old standard bred gelding. TSS. 16 + H. Mostly trot, surrey horse $2200. 2 week trial. Atlee D. Miller, 6370 T. R. 401, Dundee, Ohio 44624

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

SMOKEY LANE HORSE SALE Saturday, October 5, Tack 9:30 AM, Horses 12 Noon. Consigned are registered and grade Quarter Horses, Ponies, Miniature Horses, Donkeys, Morgans and 3 Burro Jennys that have been running with Spotted Jack all summer, very good broke black and white pony mare, team of Red Dun 40" geldings. New and used tack, saddles, carts, harness and anything horse related. Accepting consignments of horses and tack through sale day. Call or email for catalog. Smoke Lane Stables Inc. 686 Smokey Lane RD Sugarcreek OH 44681 330-852-2237 Email Auctioneer Myron Miller

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


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BARN SALE: Friday, Saturday, Sunday, 9 to 9, 21566 Jericho Road Off Rt. 3 or Rt. 514 Tools, Jewelry, Furniture FISHING, HUNTING, shooting items, Harley clothes, 10 speed bike, clothes, books, kitchen items, something for everyone. Sat. 28th and Sun. 29th. 9am-4pm. No prior sales! LARGE GARAGE SALE. Sept. 26-28, Open 7AM. Noah A. Miller's New Bedford and more sales in neighborhood. MULTI-FAMILY SALE 9-5 9/27-28: Brentwood, Wstr -Appliances, pool acc., kids clothes, household, motorcycle acc. and more.

FOR SALE: 2 Black Dexter bulls. D.O.B. 4-30-13, 5-12-13, 1 is polled. Farmerstown 330-897-1257 FOR SALE: 12 New Hampshire Pullets, laying well. $8 (330) 359-0407  3 YEAR old small standardbred mare. Good broke, TSS, $900. 330-893-3859 

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4 YR old Blonde Belgian gelding. Broke to all farm machinery. $2,200. Allen Miller 330-897-0349

GOLDEN COMETS, 18 yearling Hens, 10 young Golden Comet Hens. Both laying good. 330-988-2153

FOR SALE: 3 yr old, 15.1h bay mare, Sire by Elegant Man, Dam is Armbro Laser. In the buggy- 2 mo, sharp driver. Edward Miller. (330) 852-2162.

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.

PASTURE FOR RENT Horses or Cattle. Norman Miller 330-893-3909. 4 YR. old kid broke to ride and drive. Dapple gray, 35", $450. 330-852-3809 GOOD LAYING Hens, $3ea. Approx 125 available. (330) 496-3143 9 YR old, Standard Bred Gelding, TSS, Buggy size, Delbert Yoder, (330) 897-1222†Ext 4 4 YEAR OLD Gelding, 16 hands, TSS, Good broke family horse, $1800. (330) 674-5346 FOR SALE: Paint pony 7 years old. Broke to ride, drive. Good home only. 330-852-3173 $900. FOR SALE: Katahdin Ewe and Ram Lambs, born in May. $150/each. Daniel Yoder, 330-359- 5728. 48" BLACK & White Paint Gelding Pony, Broke to ride & drive, TSS, Gentle, Easy to handle. David H. Yoder, 2905 TR 406, Millersburg. (330) 893-2892

FOR SALE: OLDER HORSE, 100% safe, good for short trips, $300/obo. Aden Hershberger, 9063 TR 601, Fredericksburg, OH 44627. FOR SALE: 6 yr. old paint pony mare. 35 inches, broke, $350. 6645 Saltcreek Rd. Fredericksburg, OH 44627 6 YEAR OLD standard bred mare. 16 hands, TSS, Fresh two weeks, been in buggy, $1200/obo. (330) 988-2736. 3 YR old small black pony stallion, Kid broke to drive, $250. (330) 674-4997 FOR SALE: 4 yr old Bay trotting bred mare. Buggy size, sharp driver, TSS. (330) 852-7417. FOR SALE: 2 yr. old paint pony gelding, 52", broke to ride & drive. Lester Yoder, (330) 695-2610.  (2) PERCHERON Yearling Stud Colts, (330) 231-1274 

NOTICE: FARMERSTOWN Livestock Auction. We will be having a standardbred horse sale, Sat, Sept. 28th Hitching at 8:30 am, sale starts at 10am. Expecting a load from Indiana. Auctioneer, Atlee Shetler. For more info, contact (330) 897-3410

4 YEAR OLD Haflinger cross mare, TSS, Buggy broke to drive or ride, $1,000. (330) 897-0600.

FOR Sale: Golden Comet Pullets, starting to lay around the first of October. Also Paint & Hackney Ponies for sale. (330) 852-2979

Ponies for Sale! Some broke, Some not. Robert Raber, 4808 TR 616, 1 mile NW of Mt Hope. (330) 674-0035 after 4pm.

FOR SALE: (4) Holstein Feeder Steers. 350 - 550lbs. Also boer billy. 330-464-6493 FOR SALE: Team 3-4 yr. old black Perch. geldings Well broke. Sired by W-H Darvin and Crawford Farm Hunter, $2500. Mahlon Yoder 32151 CR 12, Fresno, OH 43824 740-622-1654 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: TOPHACK with 2 way lights, and hydraulic brakes. Very good condition. Also, 8 HP Honda Motor in good condition. Aden J Miller, 1895 TR 110, Millersburg Ohio 44654. (330) 674-2419.

B. ROCK R.I.R. pullets. Ready Oct. 1st. Also Qtr. sawn R.O. W.O. Lumber and split rails. 330-893-3148

8 YR. OLD standardbred mare, tss, broke in every way, in foal to 3/4 Friesian, $1500; 3 yr. old Buckskin gelding, not broke, $1000; Yearling reg'd Haflinger gelding, not broke, $500; (2) Yearling mares, reg'd Haflingers, not broke--would make a nice team, $600/ea. or both/$1000. Daniel Yoder, 330-852-4283.

7 YEAR OLD Black Crossbred Gelding. Good broke to ride, been on trails, beginners horse. (330) 893-2036.

6 YR old Gelding, Nice big surrey horse, Well broke, Good traveler, Mostly trot. 4 yr old Gelding, Black, All trot, Would make a nice girls horse. Both are TSS, (330) 852-0159 Dale Schlabach.

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

DONKEY GELDING $150. (330) 472-2613

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

FOR SALE: 6 month old Nubian Nannies. Also, 7 month old Nubian Billy, also, 9 month old billy. 330-359-0329

FOR SALE: Pair Bel. mares. Mother/Daughter, Big red sorrel stripes. Broke. Andrew Yoder, 30936 CR 126, Fresno, OH 43824

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: 20 Katahdin Ewes, 3 Rams- 5 months old, also 2- Two years old Rams. 1 Reg. David D. Miller, 6888 CR 77 Mbg, OH 44654. Miller Buggy. FOR SALE: 6 yr. old Jenny mule. Broke to drive. 2011 TR 152, Baltic, OH 43804. 330-897-3018 ext. 1 SHARP UPHEADED Yearling Belgian Gelding Red Sorrel Stripe born 4-28-12. Sire is Orndorff's Captain Rocket. $2200. (330) 279-2910.

FOR SALE: 6 yr. old black Tennessee Walker mare, broke to ride, tss. (740) 622-0933 8 yr. old big black trotting gelding by Credit Winner, drives nice, women can drive, tss, $3800. 330-674-0130 ext 4.

THREE YEAR OLD Gelding Morgan Cross. Chestnut with blaze, pretty, not broke. Brenda Miller, (330) 893-2786 ext.1

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

FOR SALE: 2 purebred Nubian billys, born 4-20-13, $125. Jonas Miller, 9021 C. R. 201 Fredericksburg, OH 44627

WANTED: Good milking dairy goat. Raymond Miller, 7873 Hoy Rd., Fredericksburg, OH. 330-695-2115.

8 OR 10 YEAR Old Belgian Gelding. Only one good eye, Very well broke and gentle, $750. 11 YEAR OLD Standardbred Gelding, trotter, Sire is skipper gill-final score. Very good broke but has some spirit. (330) 852-0647. FOR SALE: 3 year old black Clydesdale hackney cross gelding. Broke to ride and dirve, safe. 330-600-0884 PUREBRED 4 year old Red Angus Bull for sale or lease. $1800. (330) 231-0610.

15 YR old Gelding, Broke for anyone to ride, Very laid back, $1,200. OBO. (330) 464-7063 12 YEAR OLD Standardbred Gelding, TSS, Would make a good family horse. Marvin Coblentz (330) 359-5570.

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FOR SALE: 16 mo. old Dorset ram, proven breeder. Earl Erb, 330-852-2383 ext 3.

 7 YR. old Black miniature pony gelding. Broke to ride and drive. Also, harness & cart. All in good shape. Berlin, 330-275-7493

FOR SALE: Two Jersey Steers on grain, 1 month, 800 lbs, $800 a piece. 330-893-3986 5 YEAR old registered bay roan quarter horse mare. Good on trails. Also, traffic safe and sound. $!200. Merlin Beachy 330-852-0066  16 FEEDERS. Most blacks, 800-1000 lbs. 330-674-1632 Leave message.  2 NUBIAN billie goats, nice markings, $175/each. (330) 674-1416 7 YR OLD Black & White 40" Pony Mare, Good Broke, Cart & Harness. Also like new Buggy Harness. $325 John Miller (330) 893-3910

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

FOR SALE: 3 Year old sorrel gelding saddlebred Mustang, broke, $500. Alvin Petershiem, 18606 Arney Rd., Navarre, OH 44662

8 YEAR OLD Standardbred Gelding, Bay with markings. Good broke, drives nice. $2,650. Menno Yoder. (330) 674-1895.

FOR SALE: Purebred Nubian Billie, 2 yrs. old, proven breeder, $185. Roy Hershberger (740) 295-0791 x3

3 YEAR OLD Standardbred Gelding, TSS, Big, strong, surrey horse. 330-897-0850.

9 YEAR OLD Chestnut Mare. TSS, (330) 897-0029. FIVE YEAR OLD Black Mare Arabian Quarter Horse Cross. Very fancy, broke to ride, TSS, $1500/obo. Also, Saddle like new $700. (330) 279-2910. WANTED: SMALL well broke pony for a 5 yr old girl. (330) 893-3858 WANT TO BUY a few pet pigmy goats, (330) 893-3858 15 YEAR OLD Standardbred Horse, TSS, Good traveler, $1,000. Norman Yoder (330) 893-7421. 2 YR OLD Fresian Standard Bred Gelding, Bay w/star, Started in harness. $2,600. (330) 401-8983  FOR SALE: 7 year old Crossbred Mare. All purpose. Four WS, Stripe. $975. Monroe Hochstetler 31479 TR 23, Fresno 43824. 330-897-0099 LM.  KID BROKE, 4 yr old Black Pony Mare, 40" tall, Broke to ride & drive. $550 (330) 359-5936 FOR SALE: 25 laying Golden Comet Pullets. $8.50 each. Ivan Wengerd, 9058 TR 656 Fredericksburg, OH 44627 FOR SALE: 16-wk. old golden red pullets, $8.00; R-I-R Roosters, $6.00. John Schlabach, 3865 CR 135, Millersburg. (330) 893-0138 54" SPOTTED riding mule. 8 yr. old Jenny. Well broke, $1000. 330-600-1392 FOR SALE: Dorset Ram born first of April, $175. Jonas Hershberger, 330-852-9010 10 YR OLD Big Trotter, Good family horse, Sired by Sir Taurus, $1,500. Robert Raber, 4808 TR 616, 1 mile NW of Mt Hope. (330) 674-0035 after 4pm. 52" BLACK and white homozygous stud, broke to ride and drive, (330) 897-0554. 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 FOR SALE: older SB family all trot gelding. Gentle, TSS, traveler, $775. Ans. Service 330-893-2270 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. FOR SALE: Katahdin sheep, 11 ewes, 1 ram, 1-2 yrs. old. (330) 897-1427

330-674-6096 • Fax 330-674-2050 Hours: Mon-Sat 8:00-5:00 2 1⁄2 miles Southwest of Berlin on St. Rt. 557 Hershberger & Family • 5452 St. Rt. 557, Millersburg

PUREBRED KATAHDIN Ewes, $120 each. Merle Miller 9620 TR 560 Holmesville. (330) 279-2066.


740-599-7220 phone 740-599-1560 fax

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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: 2 yr old Belgian Gelding, Broke. Also, a team of 2 yr old Registered Belgian Mares, Broke. David H. Yoder, 2905 TR 406, Millersburg. (330) 893-2892 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. TEAM OF Haflinger gelding 6 & 7 years old. Broke. Andy A. Troyer 7132 CR 19, Millersburg, OH 44654 330-674-1860 ext. 2

FOR SALE: 8 yr. old gelding by Conway Hall Bay w/star., 3 whites, TSS. Broke for anybody. $3,400. Also Reg. yearling Percheron. gelding by Donalds Titan. Will be big, $2200. After 4:30, Eli Swartzentruber, 7904 S. Apple Creek Rd., Fredericksburg, Ohio 44627 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

DUTCH/PAINT MARE, 4 yrs old, TSS, Broke to ride and drive, $850. 330-893-3186. FOR SALE: Katahdin rams, born in Jan. 2013. Leon Yoder. (330) 231-9730. FOR SALE: 9 YR. old black quarter horse, broke to ride, been on trails. (740) 622-1109. 13 YEAR old homozygous black Morgan stallion. Foundation bred. Trained to drive. Very good manners. 330-897-1380 5 YEAR OLD Black Gelding. 16h. Trotter. TSS. Southfork- American Winner. $1800. (330) 473-7360. 4 YR OLD Mutineer trotting gelding. 16.1 H., dark bay, white markings. Well broke. Vernon Yoder, 6135 T. R. 362, Millersburg, OH 44654 YOUNG PUREBRED Boer Billy Goats. Sam Mast, (330) 897-4304. 4 YR. old Tennessee Walker mare. Broke to ride, $1000. Tennessee Walker yearling colt. $200. 330-416-8341

FOR SALE: 6 mo. old Suffolk Ram. Nice size, Joseph D. Miller. (330) 897-0086. 7 yr. old gelding quarter horse, good broke to ride, traffic safe, 4 white socks, very nice horse, $800. (330) 893-0308 7 YEAR OLD Gelding, black trotter, drives nice, TSS, $800/obo. (330) 275-0221







FOR SALE: Pedestal kitchen table with 3 leaves, 6 arm chairs, S-2 stain, excellent condition. (330) 852-1902

3 YR old Black & White Pony Mare, Broke to ride & drive, TSS, 50" Tall, David Shetler, 330-275-0722

FOR SALE: Love seat with hide-a-bed, fair condition, Ideal for hunting cabin, $35. (330) 674-5194.


FOR SALE: Ashland Heating stove. (small) Good condition. Andy Hershberger Jr. 13191 T.R. 473, Lakeville, Ohio 44638 FOR SALE: 2 door Hutch, light stain color, Excellent Condition. $250. Call (330) 893-7170

3PC BEDROOM Set, Good condition, $200. Robert Raber, 4808 TR 616, 1 mile NW of Mt Hope. (330) 674-0035 after 4pm. FOR SALE: D&S Riteburn basement stove. Wood or coal. Good cond. 330-897-0006 V.M.  LOVE SEAT: brown, paid $400, sell for $225. 330-897-7794 



SOLID OAK sewing machine cabinet with Nelco sewing machine. Call 330-695-9896 for more information. Lonnie Weavers POOL TABLE for sale.1" slate top (3 pc). 88"x44" surface. Asking $1,000. 330-317-0109 D.S. RITEBURN wood and coal stove, Good condition. $900/obo. Jacob Beechy, Baltic, (330) 897-0363. E & S USED FURNITURE. 2453 SR 557, Farmerstown. Antique to Modern furniture, knick knacks, household. All at good prices! Closed Thursday & Sunday.


BARNETT PREDATOR crossbow scope, arrows and hard cover case. Like new, $575. Andrew, 15102 Jericho Rd., Dalton, OH 44618 WANTED HUNTING driver, private land, truck possible available. 330-464-3561

HOME & Property Maintenance Services, (330) 377-9872


REMINGTON 870 20GA, $350. Reming-

VINYL STORAGE Barns, and Portable

Single Shot, $165. (330) 401-9899

on hand ready to be delivered. Treated T-1 11 also an option. Affordable Barn Co. Ltd, Mt. Hope (330) 674-3001

Hunting Fishing ton 870 slug barrel, $100. H&R 410ga, Garages. Built to last. A few lot models

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.

PORTA PLOT First ever ear corn feeder on the market. Deer can only get limited amount of corn. Can feed apples, shelled corn, soy beans, & sunflower seeds! WOW! Money savings on gas & corn. Different models: 14, 28 & 42 days. One bin holds 20# of ear corn. Also, available rent to own $100/mo. Contact Dan Mast, Charm area. (330) 893-9896. HORTON CROSSBOW - scope, quiver, $150 OBO. 330-674-7124 ext. 4.


118 S. Butler St, Baltic 2-3 BR home located on a 75x150 lot in a quiet neighborhood. Newer windows, furnace. Includes a 24x80 pole building. $85,000 Pat Kaufman 330-204-6512

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. CEDAR VALLEY TAXIDERMY. Experienced quality at affordable prices. 1/2 mile N. of Mt Hope. (330) 473-7590. FOR SALE: Franchi I-12 semi-automatic shotgun w/engraving, in excellent condition. $1000. (330) 893-3875 WANT TO save money when buying ammunition? Bring your empty brass to me to re-load. Specializing in custom loads.. I hand measure all loads for extreme accuracy. Save money - shoot better! Call (330) 275-0221, for more details. NOW SELLING Trapping Supplies, Dog Proof Coon -Footholds- Snares- Stretchers- Stakes- Lures by Scott Welch. Erb's Sports and Archery, Charm OH. (330) 231-0315.  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  WINCHESTER MODEL 12-12 gauge collector. Exc. Cond., $800. (330) 897-4503. USED CROSSBOW, Horton Yukon SL with quiver, $175. 330-674-5740 NOTICE DEER and Turkey Hunters. I do antler mounting, Europeans, Turkey fans, beards, feet. Also have variety of panels for sale. Reasonable prices! Call Dan Raber 330-674-0220

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 TRAPPING SUPPLIES: traps, snares, lures in stock. Basic trapping kit available. Jacob Miller 330-674-2235 230

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JUST ARRIVED! A load of STANDARDBRED HORSES right off the track. (330) 472-2613 2 SERVICE age Jersey bulls. Vernon Mast, 5440 E, Moreland Rd. Fredericksburg, OH 44627 330-698-0514 ext. 2

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4 YR old Blonde Belgian gelding. Broke to all farm machinery. $2,200. Allen Miller 330-897-0349

GOLDEN COMETS, 18 yearling Hens, 10 young Golden Comet Hens. Both laying good. 330-988-2153

FOR SALE: 3 yr old, 15.1h bay mare, Sire by Elegant Man, Dam is Armbro Laser. In the buggy- 2 mo, sharp driver.

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.

Horses Livestock Edward Miller. (330) 852-2162.

39" BROWN and white Pony Mare, 10 yrs old, Good broke, $350. 46" Black Pony Pare, 2 yrs old w/ 4 white socks, White markings on mane/tail, broke, $450. (330) 893-1973†x1. 8 MONTH OLD Jersey Heifer Polled. Make family cow. Noah Troyer 6840 TR 568, Holmesville 330-674-0851

ATTENTION DAIRY FARMERS: New Classic 300 Claw Special pricing. Also, Rebuilt Less failure vacuum pump. KhILight 25 KW PTO 540, like new. Plus more used milking equipment. Also, more vacuum pumps and electric motors. Call 330-763-1070

PASTURE FOR RENT Horses or Cattle. Norman Miller 330-893-3909. 4 YR. old kid broke to ride and drive. Dapple gray, 35", $450. 330-852-3809 GOOD LAYING Hens, $3ea. Approx 125 available. (330) 496-3143 9 YR old, Standard Bred Gelding, TSS, Buggy size, Delbert Yoder, (330) 897-1222†Ext 4 4 YEAR OLD Gelding, 16 hands, TSS, Good broke family horse, $1800. (330) 674-5346 FOR SALE: Paint pony 7 years old. Broke to ride, drive. Good home only. 330-852-3173 $900.

FOR SALE: OLDER HORSE, 100% safe, good for short trips, $300/obo. Aden Hershberger, 9063 TR 601, Fredericksburg, OH 44627. FOR SALE: 6 yr. old paint pony mare. 35 inches, broke, $350. 6645 Saltcreek Rd. Fredericksburg, OH 44627 6 YEAR OLD standard bred mare. 16 hands, TSS, Fresh two weeks, been in buggy, $1200/obo. (330) 988-2736. 3 YR old small black pony stallion, Kid broke to drive, $250. (330) 674-4997

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FOR SALE: 16 mo. old Dorset ram, proven breeder. Earl Erb, 330-852-2383 ext 3. NOTICE: FARMERSTOWN Livestock Auction. We will be having a standardbred horse sale, Sat, Sept. 28th Hitching at 8:30 am, sale starts at 10am. Expecting a load from Indiana. Auctioneer, Atlee Shetler. For more info, contact (330) 897-3410

4 YEAR OLD Haflinger cross mare, TSS, Buggy broke to drive or ride, $1,000. (330) 897-0600.

FOR Sale: Golden Comet Pullets, starting to lay around the first of October. Also Paint & Hackney Ponies for sale. (330) 852-2979

Ponies for Sale! Some broke, Some not. Robert Raber, 4808 TR 616, 1 mile NW of Mt Hope. (330) 674-0035 after 4pm.

FOR SALE: (4) Holstein Feeder Steers. 350 - 550lbs. Also boer billy. 330-464-6493 FOR SALE: Team 3-4 yr. old black Perch. geldings Well broke. Sired by W-H Darvin and Crawford Farm Hunter, $2500. Mahlon Yoder 32151 CR 12, Fresno, OH 43824 740-622-1654

3 YEAR OLD Standardbred Gelding, TSS, Big, strong, surrey horse. 330-897-0850.

9 YEAR OLD Chestnut Mare. TSS, (330) 897-0029. FIVE YEAR OLD Black Mare Arabian Quarter Horse Cross. Very fancy, broke to ride, TSS, $1500/obo. Also, Saddle like new $700. (330) 279-2910. WANTED: SMALL well broke pony for a 5 yr old girl. (330) 893-3858 WANT TO BUY a few pet pigmy goats, (330) 893-3858

REMINGTON 1100 12 GA. Vent Rif, $395. Remington 700 270 $425. Eli Weaver 7841 CR 373 Big Prairie, OH 44611 40- 800LB. round bales beef hay. New seeding alfalfa with weeds, $30/bale. Delivery available. (330) 472-2613. NEW 1ST Cutting mix, round bales, Good Horse hay, 60 available, $60 a piece. (330) 472-2613


Firewood Fuel

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

FIREWOOD FOR SALE. Dried, Hardwood, Firewood cut to length. Delivery available. Call for pricing. Winesburg Area. 330-231-9647. FOR SALE: Seasoned Split Firewood, $40 pickup load. Also, cut up slat wood, $30 pick up load. (330) 893-7611.

4 YR old Pony Mare, Broke to Ride & Drive, TSS. Duane Yoder (330) 359-0140  3 YEAR OLD Black Friesian Morgan Draft Cross Mare. TSS. 5 YEAR OLD Bay Standard Perch. Cross Gelding, TSS, Surrey Horse. Simon Yoder, 30315 CR 12, Fresno, Ohio 43824. 

BROWN PONY Mare. 38", drives with snap, TSS, $275. (330) 674-5618 ext. 1. 6 YEAR OLD Standardbred Gelding, all trot, smaller horse, $1,200. John Miller, 3833 Winklepleck Rd., Sugar Creek, OH. (330) 852-4304. 4 YEAR OLD BLACK Surrey Horse, $2800. Ivan Miller, 8663 TR 601, Fredericksburg. (330) 695-2045

FOR SALE: Seasoned Split Firewood. Nashville Area. $125/qt. 330-231-6804.

FOR SALE: Firewood, seasoned split hardwood, $140/cord, $70/half cord/pick up. Big Prairie/Nashville Area. 330-231-3980 FOR SALE: SPLIT SEASONED hardwood, pickup or delivery. (330) 674-1430

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


FOR SALE: 6 yr. old standard bred gelding. TSS. 16 + H. Mostly trot, surrey horse $2200. 2 week trial. Atlee D. Miller, 6370 T. R. 401, Dundee, Ohio 44624 SMOKEY LANE HORSE SALE Saturday, October 5, Tack 9:30 AM, Horses 12 Noon. Consigned are registered and grade Quarter Horses, Ponies, Miniature Horses, Donkeys, Morgans and 3 Burro Jennys that have been running with Spotted Jack all summer, very good broke black and white pony mare, team of Red Dun 40" geldings. New and used tack,

FOR SALE: Katahdin Ewe and Ram Lambs, born in May. $150/each. Daniel Yoder, 330-359- 5728. 48" BLACK & White Paint Gelding Pony, Broke to ride & drive, TSS, Gentle, Easy to handle. David H. Yoder, 2905 TR 406, Millersburg. (330) 893-2892

FOR SALE: 4 yr old Bay trotting bred mare. Buggy size, sharp driver, TSS. (330) 852-7417.

FOR SALE: 2 yr. old paint pony gelding, 52", broke to ride & drive. Lester Yoder, (330) 695-2610.  (2) PERCHERON Yearling Stud Colts, (330) 231-1274 

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: TOPHACK with 2 way lights, and hydraulic brakes. Very good condition. Also, 8 HP Honda Motor in good condition. Aden J Miller, 1895 TR 110, Millersburg Ohio 44654. (330) 674-2419.

 7 YR. old Black miniature pony gelding. Broke to ride and drive. Also, harness & cart. All in good shape. Berlin, 330-275-7493

B. ROCK R.I.R. pullets. Ready Oct. 1st. Also Qtr. sawn R.O. W.O. Lumber and split rails. 330-893-3148

8 YR. OLD standardbred mare, tss, broke in every way, in foal to 3/4 Friesian, $1500; 3 yr. old Buckskin gelding, not broke, $1000; Yearling reg'd Haflinger gelding, not broke, $500; (2) Yearling mares, reg'd Haflingers, not broke--would make a nice team, $600/ea. or both/$1000. Daniel Yoder, 330-852-4283.

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

DONKEY GELDING $150. (330) 472-2613

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

FOR SALE: 6 month old Nubian Nannies. Also, 7 month old Nubian Billy, also, 9 month old billy. 330-359-0329

FOR SALE: 20 Katahdin Ewes, 3 Rams- 5 months old, also 2- Two years old Rams. 1 Reg. David D. Miller, 6888 CR 77 Mbg, OH 44654. Miller Buggy. FOR SALE: 6 yr. old Jenny mule. Broke to drive. 2011 TR 152, Baltic, OH 43804. 330-897-3018 ext. 1 SHARP UPHEADED Yearling Belgian Gelding Red Sorrel Stripe born 4-28-12. Sire is Orndorff's Captain Rocket. $2200. (330) 279-2910.

7 YEAR OLD Black Crossbred Gelding. Good broke to ride, been on trails, beginners horse. (330) 893-2036.

FOR SALE: Pair Bel. mares. Mother/Daughter, Big red sorrel stripes. Broke. Andrew Yoder, 30936 CR 126, Fresno, OH 43824

FOR SALE: 6 yr. old black Tennessee Walker mare, broke to ride, tss. (740) 622-0933 8 yr. old big black trotting gelding by Credit Winner, drives nice, women can drive, tss, $3800. 330-674-0130 ext 4.

THREE YEAR OLD Gelding Morgan Cross. Chestnut with blaze, pretty, not broke. Brenda Miller, (330) 893-2786 ext.1

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

born 4-20-13, $125. Jonas Miller, 9021 C. R. 201 Fredericksburg, OH 44627

mond Miller, 7873 Hoy Rd., Fredericksburg, OH. 330-695-2115.

6 YR old Gelding, Nice big surrey horse, Well broke, Good traveler, Mostly trot. 4 yr old Gelding, Black, All trot, Would make a nice girls horse. Both are TSS, (330) 852-0159 Dale Schlabach.

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: Two Jersey Steers on grain, 1 month, 800 lbs, $800 a piece. 330-893-3986

5 YEAR old registered bay roan quarter horse mare. Good on trails. Also, traffic safe and sound. $!200. Merlin Beachy 330-852-0066  16 FEEDERS. Most blacks, 800-1000

saddles, carts, harness and anything lbs. 330-674-1632 Leave message. Garage Yard Sales horse related. Accepting consignments of FOR SALE: 2 purebred Nubian billys,  WANTED: Good milking dairy goat. Rayhorses and tack through sale day. Call or

BARN SALE: Friday, Saturday, Sunday, 9 to 9, 21566 Jericho Road Off Rt. 3 or Rt. 514 Tools, Jewelry, Furniture

FISHING, HUNTING, shooting items, Harley clothes, 10 speed bike, clothes, books, kitchen items, something for everyone. Sat. 28th and Sun. 29th. 9am-4pm. No prior sales! LARGE GARAGE SALE. Sept. 26-28, Open 7AM. Noah A. Miller's New Bedford and more sales in neighborhood. MULTI-FAMILY SALE 9-5 9/27-28: Brentwood, Wstr -Appliances, pool acc., kids clothes, household, motorcycle acc. and more.

email for catalog. Smoke Lane Stables Inc. 686 Smokey Lane RD Sugarcreek OH 44681 330-852-2237 Email Auctioneer Myron Miller FOR SALE: 2 Black Dexter bulls. D.O.B. 4-30-13, 5-12-13, 1 is polled. Farmerstown 330-897-1257

FOR SALE: 12 New Hampshire Pullets, laying well. $8 (330) 359-0407  3 YEAR old small standardbred mare. Good broke, TSS, $900. 330-893-3859 

8 OR 10 YEAR Old Belgian Gelding. Only one good eye, Very well broke and gentle, $750. 11 YEAR OLD Standardbred Gelding, trotter, Sire is skipper gill-final score. Very good broke but has some spirit. (330) 852-0647. FOR SALE: 3 year old black Clydesdale hackney cross gelding. Broke to ride and dirve, safe. 330-600-0884 PUREBRED 4 year old Red Angus Bull for sale or lease. $1800. (330) 231-0610.

15 YR old Gelding, Broke for anyone to ride, Very laid back, $1,200. OBO. (330) 464-7063

12 YEAR OLD Standardbred Gelding, TSS, Would make a good family horse. Marvin Coblentz (330) 359-5570.

2 NUBIAN billie goats, nice markings, $175/each. (330) 674-1416 7 YR OLD Black & White 40" Pony Mare, Good Broke, Cart & Harness. Also like new Buggy Harness. $325 John Miller (330) 893-3910

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

FOR SALE: 3 Year old sorrel gelding saddlebred Mustang, broke, $500. Alvin Petershiem, 18606 Arney Rd., Navarre, OH 44662

8 YEAR OLD Standardbred Gelding, Bay with markings. Good broke, drives nice. $2,650. Menno Yoder. (330) 674-1895.

FOR SALE: Purebred Nubian Billie, 2 yrs. old, proven breeder, $185. Roy Hershberger (740) 295-0791 x3

15 YEAR OLD Standardbred Horse, TSS, Good traveler, $1,000. Norman Yoder (330) 893-7421. 2 YR OLD Fresian Standard Bred Gelding, Bay w/star, Started in harness. $2,600. (330) 401-8983

 FOR SALE: 7 year old Crossbred Mare. All purpose. Four WS, Stripe. $975. Monroe Hochstetler 31479 TR 23, Fresno 43824. 330-897-0099 LM.  KID BROKE, 4 yr old Black Pony Mare, 40" tall, Broke to ride & drive. $550 (330) 359-5936

FOR SALE: 25 laying Golden Comet Pullets. $8.50 each. Ivan Wengerd, 9058 TR 656 Fredericksburg, OH 44627

FOR SALE: 16-wk. old golden red pullets, $8.00; R-I-R Roosters, $6.00. John Schlabach, 3865 CR 135, Millersburg. (330) 893-0138 54" SPOTTED riding mule. 8 yr. old Jenny. Well broke, $1000. 330-600-1392

FOR SALE: Dorset Ram born first of April, $175. Jonas Hershberger, 330-852-9010

10 YR OLD Big Trotter, Good family horse, Sired by Sir Taurus, $1,500. Robert Raber, 4808 TR 616, 1 mile NW of Mt Hope. (330) 674-0035 after 4pm. 52" BLACK and white homozygous stud, broke to ride and drive, (330) 897-0554.

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 FOR SALE: older SB family all trot gelding. Gentle, TSS, traveler, $775. Ans. Service 330-893-2270 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. FOR SALE: Katahdin sheep, 11 ewes, 1 ram, 1-2 yrs. old. (330) 897-1427

PUREBRED KATAHDIN Ewes, $120 each. Merle Miller 9620 TR 560 Holmesville. (330) 279-2066.

REFLEX COMPOUND Bow. Quiver, Sights, Rest, and 6 carbon arrows. 3 spitfire broadheads, String from inside archery. $200. (330) 464-8450.







MISSION BY Matthews Bow. 50-70lbs, 27-30 draw length, complete package ready to go. In super condition, $300. (330) 698-0306. FOR SALE: MATTHEWS OUTBACK Compound Bow with quiver, arrows, sights, drop-away rest, Scott's Little Goose release., good cond., $450. Also, Lone Wolf Sit & Climb tree stand, like new, $295. (330) 674-5891 A. UBERTI Silver Boy, 22cal Lever action. New in the box. $350. (330) 359-5304 HORTON HUNTER Elite Crossbow w/multi range scope, quiver, arrows, & case. Good condition. $350 (330) 600-9435


Lawn & Garden

MUMS $3.95 each. Take 3 for $10.95 or take 6 for $19.95. Maple Valley Bulk Foods. (330) 897-3536. FOR SALE: 42" John Deere Snow P l o w , Manual Lift, Snow Chains, 15" Wide x 46" Long. $150. (330) 231-8637 CRAFTSMAN DLT 2000 lawn tractor w/20-hp twin Kohler motor, 48" cut, nice, $395. John S. Miller, (330) 893-0303 RETAINING STONES, approx 35 sq ft, Tan & Gray, 1/2 price @ $150 OBO (330) 698-1064 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.

4/4 WORMY Maple, .75/ft, 4/4 Sassafrass 1.00/ft, 1x12 Pine, .60/ft, (330) 897-6602 SEPTEMBER SPECIAL!! 10% off socks, gloves & scarves Gypsy Spring Variety 6321 CR 407, Millersburg. (330) 674-0736 FOR SALE: Margin Stove Flame View Model 2015, Good Conditon. 8691 TR 561, Holmesville. 330-279-2719 (16) 4 bulb T12 florescent light fixtures with bulbs and screens. $250. (2) 4 bulb t8 fixtures with bulbs $70. 2 roller systems, great for saw mills, work shops $100. Quarter ton Crane $250. 16 pieces of ridge cap $35. 14 ceramic light fixtures $15. Sealed galvanized flexible 3/4 in. conduit $25. Galvanized flexible 3/4 in. conduit $25. 250 ft. 10-3 UF-b w/g 600v wire $250. Several Watertite brand plugs, fuse boxes, fuses. Sharon Martin 330-763-4231.

YOU'RE INVITED to Hidden Treasure Thrift Store's Fall Community Sale Day! Saturday September 28, 2013 Open 9:00am-7:00pm 10% Off STOREWIDE Sale all day! DRAWINGS for discounts for future visits! FREE refreshments and snacks! FREE PONY RIDES (Available from 12:00pm-6:00pm!) Located 3030 Dover Road, Wooster (Next door to Guerne Heights Drive in!) HONDA EG1000 Generator in good condition, $150. 330-695-9896 FOR SALE: Mini Surrey, Rubber Tires, Sliding doors, Good condition. (330) 279-2719 FOR SALE: EZ Low Rider bike, 21-spd., sky blue, excellent condition. $250/obo. 330-674-1343, lv. VM. BOSCH PRO tankless water heater, $350. 30,000 BTU propane wall heater, $100 OBO. 7x11 used storage building, $500. Amos Schlabach 330-674-9451 1 SAUER Sundstrand Pump, Model #23-2075, Counter Clockwise Rotation. 1 Sundstrand Motor, Model #22-3047. $1500 for both. Also, 3 - Hydreco Cast Iron Gear Pumps, SAE B-mount $300 ea. (330) 567-2563

the heart of the market

114 S. Butler St, Baltic

Pat Kaufman

Lawn & Garden

SOLID OAK Double Pedestal Bar Table, 56x30x36, w/6 Matching oak & hickory bar chairs, 2 chairs w/arm rests. All chairs 42" high with seat base 24". In excellent condition. Asking $250/table. $75/chair. Call 330-465-0791

3 BR, 3 BA home with hardwood floors as well as bench window seats in most of the bedrooms, 1 car attached garage. High energy furnace and wood burner. $119,900




HOUSEHOLD FURNISHING will reupholster living room furniture, car/boat seats. Also, outdoor furniture cushions. Raber's Upholstery, 1939 TR 110 Millersburg, OH V.M. 330-674-1300

1047 West Main Street Sugarcreek, Ohio 44681 330-852-4111 (330) 852-4111 40 West Jackson St., Millersburg, Ohio 44654 888-852-4111 330-674-7355 Toll Free: 888-852-4111 Sa OP G t. S E IN ep N H ST t. 2 O LI W 8 th US NE 12 E -1 p.m .

201 N. Ray Ave, Baltic Very affordable 3 BR well maintained home with enclosed patio, original woodwork and many upgrades. Newer pole building with electric. $62,900

Pat Kaufman,

AMISH MADE Solid oak table and chairs.

Hunting Fishing 275

CROSS BOW with a red dot Household Furnishings 3 leaves. Excellent Condition, $1,000/ FOR SALE 270 Riffle. Nice-clip model HORTON scope, 8 arrows and a quiver. $225. 7600 with scope, $550. 330- 231-1411. obo (330) 698-7951.


8450 N. Market St, Mt. Eaton Great Investment buy on this triplex sitting on nearly ½ acre next to park. $83,000 Steve Maag 330-763-4769 1164872900

CREEKSIDE FASHIONS TO Furniture 2430 SR 643, Baltic, 330-275-4048. Curio cabinet, Filing cabinet, wardrobe, coffee table, end tables, ottomans, teacher's desk,Full beds, sewing machines, muzzle loader- good cond., scrap sheets, homemade cards, 45pc. China dishes, Princess House glassware, Sky lanterns, Winter coats. New store hours, Mon., 8-3, Tues., Wed., Fri., 8.5. Sat., 8-NOON. Closed Thurs & Sun. Closed Mon., Oct 7.

12 YEAR OLD Morgan Stallion, out of Sand Guest Caballero in the Wyoming Flyhewk granddaughter, good in the cart, $1600/obo. (330) 897-4503.

FOR SALE: Singer sewing machine cabinet with treadle. Good condition, $200. Neal Troyer 10540 Hogback Rd. Fredericksburg, Ohio 44627

WILL TRAIN your ponies. $4.00 day. 4370 TR 606 Fredericksburg, OH 44627

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

Household Furnishings 270

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

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Miscellaneous Merch. 280

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

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SALE! 250W Solar Panels, $325 ea - 4 or more $315 ea. Leave Message 330-674-5740, Installation Available.

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

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

FOR SALE: Cider Press with grinder. Will press one bushel. Dan Hershberger 330-893-4528

DS Rite Burn basement stove, Model DS1627, 32" W x 44"H x 42"D, 170,000 BTUs, good cond., $1900. 330231-2696.

FOR SALE: wood stove door size 16x16 stove size 30x38 hand hammer copper sink, $800 OBO. 330-279-2142

200 HEAVY Duty Cardboard Boxes, .50ea. (330) 897-6602

CAST IRON kettle, has small crack at top but otherwise doesn't have leaks. $80. (330) 275-0221. 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 TWO GROUND blinds, $200 both. Flux core wire welder, $90 or will trade for guns. 12-8' locust posts, $8.00 each. Delivery $0.35/mi. (330) 201-4098. FOR SALE: Open Surrey, rubber tires, lights and hydraulic brakes. Exc. Cond., $2100. (330) 359-2450. APPROX. 3,000FT. vinyl picket fence, 4' high, several small gates included, in good condition. $2,500 for all. 330-674-2754  CAST IRON fireplace type free standing stove. Open front with doors, thermostat & damper. Good condition, $100. 330-674-1887 MIGRATION PANELS for broiler houses, 8-ft. sections are rigid & easy to handle In stock-$26/each. Hillside Fabrication 330-893-1058, New Bedford Elevator 330-897-6492.. FOR SALE. 5000' 4/4 kd warming maple, $.70bf. Firewood, $40/pickup load. Mullet Run Lumber (330) 893-4085. FOR SALE: Road Cart, $450 Andy Miller (330) 695-2506 Ext 2 BUGGY WITH storm front, lights, & brakes in fair condition. Joe J. Yoder, 3678 TR 157, Sugar Creek, 330-893-1042. 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 OPEN BUGGY on rubber with lights in excellent condition. $1500. (330) 674-5618 ext. 1.

FOR SALE: Marathon Generator 15KW at 1800 RPM, 15 KW, 62 AMS & 60 HZ almost new. Setup single phase or three phase. 330-852-4070 FOR SALE: 77"Wx16'L Trailer. GVW 12,000lbs., fold up ramps, electric brakes, $1950. (330) 359-5878. FOR SALE: USED Hard coal stove with hopper. (330) 893-3619. FOR SALE: Scrap Dress material to make quilts & rugs. Lots of darker colors. Pay for the ad and they are yours. (330) 674-0736 TROY BILT 3500 Watt Generator on wheels. Good condition. $350. Robert Schlabach, 8903 T.R. 614, Fredericksburg. 330-472-8553 FOR SALE: Nintendo DS. 1 game, charger and case. 330-893-2095 ext. 2 NEW PFAFF Sewing & Embroidery Machines and Sergers for sale. Available at Lackman's Sewing Center, Apple Creek, OH 330-698-3060. BRUNCO Woodburning stove, HearthGlo Model w/blower, excellent condition, $1000 (was $2500 new). 330-897-5852 FOR SALE: Surrey with steel wheels, storm front and lights. Good condition. Merle Miller 330-893-2542  FOR SALE: Treated pine fence posts, good quality, $6.40 a piece; Also, used garage door opener with 2 remotes works good $50/obo. Eli Hershberger, 330-275-8662.

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 ACA Miniature Pinscher puppies, 14 wks., 1 male, 3 females, exc. bloodline, $200; Purebred Min-Pin puppies, 12 wks., 1 male, 2females, $150; Min-Pin Poodle-mix puppies, 14 wks., 1 male, 3 females, great personality, $100/obo. (330) 674-1102 or (330) 231-6540 2 LITERS TO CHOOSE FROM. Toy poodles or Peke-a-poo puppies. Vaccinated and wormed, will be small, (330) 276-5613. 4 BEAGLE females, 4,6 and 8 years old. Good running rabbit dogs. Willis Yoder. (330) 674-0944†x3. KENNEL SELLOUT: Shitzhu, Yorkies, Poodle. Evening only. Davis Hershberger, 8205 TR 654, Fredericksburg, OH 44627 SELLOUT! RABBITS, Does w/litter, Bunnies, Dwarfs & Minnie Rex. (330) 674-1900, 4252 TR 628, Millersburg. BEAUTIFUL 5-WK. OLD KITTENS - Also some older kittens for sale. Very cute and playful. Make great pets. Best offer. (330) 763-4775.  BLACK LAB Shepherd mix. Male, 5 year old. Very playful dog. Needs good home, $75 OBO. Call or text, 330-749-2383 

EVAPORATOR PAN. Leader WSE 2x6, Good used condition. $1500. (330) 674-1993. HONDA 3500 watt generator. 115v and 240v. Plugs work, good, $350. 330-675-3971 ext. 4.

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

HONDA MOTORS: 8.0, 7.0, 5.5, 4, 3.5 and 2.5 H.P. Motors Look like new and guaranteed OK. New 9.0 H.P. PowerPro motor. Stihl chain saw OK.Abe A. Yoder, 2831 T.R. 151, Mbg., OH. 330-893-1521

CORN CRIB PANELS, easily sets up your temporary corn crib with 2x4 holes, 5'x16' welded wire panels, hot dipped galvanized after welded, stock @ $74.00. Stainless Fastners in stock. New Bedford Elevator, 330-897-6492.

FOR SALE: HEATMASTER stove for wood or coal. Good cond., $800/obo. (330) 897-2711.


Musical Instruments

ALTO SAX For sale in Millersburg. "Vito" in excellent playing condition with good case, $450. (330)674-3426

Vista Health Products!

FOR SALE: 3 yr old Poodle Female. 3 y r old Bichon Male, $50 ea. Great Pets. (330) 674-2765  FOR SALE: 4 yr Beagle. Female, nice marking, $75. Also, 1 1/2 yr Puggle, female, had litter of six. (330) 674-4205.  SCHYORKIE PUPPIES, 12 weeks old, $200. (330) 567-2757. FOR SALE: AKC Yorkie male. Born 4-16-06. Proven breeder. Over stocked, $300 OBO. 330-893-7906 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 LABRADOODLE PUPPIES, 13wks old, 1-Black Male, 2-Yellow Female, $50 each OBO. (330) 897-2181 AKC HAVANESE Male, 8 mo old, black & white, $325. (330) 852-3103 FOR SALE: cages for indoor kennels including wash down, feeders and waterers, Call (330) 674-0520. ####### 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. ####### WELDED WIRE fence panels, 2x4 Holes, 5'x16' panels, hot dipped galvanized after welded, - proven - Superior rust protection - USDA approved, in stock, $74.00. New Bedford Elevator, 330-897-6492. 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

AKC BICHON male, 1 yr. old, 9-lbs, $450; Also AKC Yorkie male, 4-lbs., 5 yrs old, $250. (330) 674-1416

ACA CAVALIERS, (1) 1yr old Female, (1) 2 yr old Female, (1) 13 wk old Male, Andy Miller, (330) 695-2506†Ext 2.


Sat. Sept. 28, 10:00 a.m. Reichelderfer (contents, classic cars, tractor) 52721 TR 186, Fresno, OH 43824 Directions: US 36 to SR 93N, slight left onto CR 171 at Fresno and continue onto TR 186.

Classic cars/tractor/gulf cart: 2006 Ford F150 XLT 4x4 ext. cab 4D pickup w/6½ ft. bed & 5.4Triton; 1986 Ford Thunderbird Elan only 5,648 miles. (Show car) Both are 1-owner. Also 1985 Ford Thunderbird Show & Race car w/custom paint, new interior, ground effects & a new rebuilt motor not installed. A gas powered Club Car Golf cart w/windshield & roof, and Ford 8N tractor 6 ft blade & 5 ft brush hog. Vehicles will sell at Noon. Titles will be on hand to view & will transfer upon the clearing of checks or cash next business day. Household: couch & chair, end tables, 8ft slate pool table, Foosball table, ice coolers, kitchen table & chairs, small roll top desk, hall tree, elec. heater, desk & chair, 2-drawer filing cabinet, 8’ fiberglass pickup cap, king sz. bed frame w/brass headboard, ice cream maker, Little Chief Smoker & misc. dishes. Collectibles & antiques: beer tap handles, large selection of beer lights and signs - some neon, large selection of Nascar items - some signed, Franciscan dinnerware set of 8, cast tractors in box, Ford motorsport clock, beer glasses, Anchor Hocking set of 6, leather chaps w/ spurs, horse show halter, older A & W Root beer mugs, 7 brass Pontiac coasters. Gun: 45 Cal. Muzzeloader, Baker Gun SYS 12 ga. rabbit ears, pistol cases, gun cases, old 80 lb. cross bow, Bear Whitetail compound bow, Turkey calls, deer antlers, older fishing combos and tackle. Tools & garage: Guardian whole house 25,000 watt generator powered by propane w/elec. start, 2 large tool chests, lots of hand tools, 2 kerosene heaters, camping stove/new in box, drill press & bits, circular saw, large bench vise, cherry picker hoist, parts washer, 2 Lawn Boy push mowers, McCulloch chainsaw, bench grinder, Jack stands, floor jack, Milwaukee sawzall, 10 amp battery charger, creeper, welding helmet, Coleman Power Mate generator, car repair books. Terms: Cash or check with ID. Auctioneer note: Lunch stand provided.

Ron Hickman, Auctioneer and Realtor 1018655900

All Natural Ingredients: PURPLE TIGER ENERGY, 60ct. $46; NEW, better for weight loss - PURPLE TIGER GOING GREEN, 60ct. $46; THYROID COMPLEX, 60ct. $31 (or both for $74); YEAST CLEANSE, 60ct. $31; COLON CLEANSE, 60ct. $35; NEW - JOINT SUPPORT EXTREME RELIEF, 120ct. $59. Order today! (Prices include shipping.)

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AKC BRINDLE Boxer, female. Good mother, had 6 healthy pups last litter. (330) 465-8209.

FOR SALE: Toyota forklift.. 6000 lb, 3878 hrs.Ivan Miller, 6966 Fredericksburg Rd., Wooster, OH 44691. 330-439-8204

FOR SALE: 36" stone power trowel. Lightly used, $800. 330-600-1392

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.

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Send Check or Money Order. Want to buy wholesale? Call us. 330-466-8673 John and Anna Keim • 7945 Weaver Rd. • Fredericksburg, Ohio 44627

Mark It Sold By Ron!

310 W. Main Street Newcomerstown, OH 43832 740-498-5275 or 330-204-1025 Grapevine Real Estate If It Has To Be SOLD, Call Ron!!!

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PUPPIES, BORN August 9th, out of great stock dog & watch dog parents. Mother is Australian Shepherd/ Red Heeler cross; father is Border Collie/ Blue Heeler cross. Beautifully marked puppies. Good with children. Both parents are on premises. $100 each. Matthew Weaver, 10174 CR 1, Shreve. (330) 567-2134. FREE KITTENS. Larry Hershbeger, 6115 CR 77, Millersburg OH 44654. First farm N. of Bunkerhill on CR 77 on left. FOR SALE: AKC Yorkie males, vet checked, born July 1st, shots/wormed, $350. 330-359-6214 or 330-763-0776 3 YEAR OLD Black and tan, female. Runs and trees coon, straight. Eli Troyer. (330) 674-1860†x2 9 WK. old Yorkie female, shots/ wormed $450. Also adult ACA Shih-tzu female $150. (330) 466-8321  FOR SALE: Toy Fox Terrier puppies. 2M, 3F, 2 months old. 330-695-9814 ext. 3. 

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FOR SALE: 9 yr.. old 8-9 lb. reg'd Yorkie female with litter of (3) 4 wk. old puppies - Pkg. deal for $600. Also, 4 yr. old 4-lb. Yorkie-Poo female, reg'd, $200. (330) 893-3619  ACA 2 YR. old Yorkie male. ACA 3 yr. old Yorkie male. ACA 1 yr. old Bichon male. ICA 5 yr. old Yorkie male. 330-641-2433 WANTED: GOOD used dog kennel. USDA Approved. (330) 852-7718 FOR SALE: First Act guitar in good condition $40. Also electric guitar in good condition $90 OBO Call (330) 893-9304 OLDER MALE & Female Beagle, both good hunters. Make offer. 330-897-1403. Ext 3 ACA MALTESE Puppies, 8 wks old, UTD on shots and wormer. (330) 600-0318. FOR SALE: 20 MO. old Blenhiem Cavalier, male, proven breeder, $450. (330) 674-2765

PROVEN ACA Tri-colored Shih tzu male, (330) 852-1084.

1-MALE 4-FEMALE Chihuahua, 1 bred. 2-MALE, 2-FEMALE, Dachshund, both bred. 2-ENGLISH BULLDOG males. 9-POM Females, 2-Males, 1 Shih Tzu male. (330) 897-0029.

FOR SALE: Female Puggle. Pet Only. $50/obo. (330) 275-8136.

FOR SALE: Guinea Chicks. (330) 279-3100 LM.

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FAMILY RAISED Poodle puppies, ready 2nd week in October, $300. Jonas Troyer, 330-897-1403, x3

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AKC YELLOW & Chocolate Lab Pups, 8 wks old, Shots & wormed. $200 ea. (330) 674-7450



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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. For Sale: ACA Dachshund breed sell out, 1 male- 3 females, 2-3 yrs. old, good parents, had 4-6 puppies per litter. (330) 893-4157

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FOR SALE: AKC Yorkie male, 3 yrs. old, 7-8 lbs., proven breeder, $450. (330) 893-3870 FOR SALE: 2 Yorkie Females, 3-4 yr old, 2 Yorkie Puppies, 10 wks old. (2) Daschound Dogs, Male & Female. (330) 695-2250 5 MONTH OLD Walker Coonhound pups. Already had some training, Sire using on bob cat, babcock breed. Male and female. (330) 893-9896.

YOHO ESTATE AUCTION RANCH HOME ON 1 ACRE LOT GREEN TWP. WAYNE COUNTY SMITHVILLE SCHOOLS Will sell on location 2274 N. Millborne Rd. Orrville, OH. Located 2 miles west of Orrville on Back Orrville Rd. to Millborne Rd. then south 1/10th mile to second home on the right.

Sale held on location at 2815 Bates Road, Wooster. Take US Rte. 250 east of New Pittsburg and west of Wooster to Bates Rd. Watch for Showcase signs. REAL ESTATE: The Fath farm consists of a charming homestead with 98.307 acres of productive Wayne County soil. The 2 story farmhouse offers 4 bedrooms, (2) full baths, great oak kitchen, dining room, family room, office, and first floor laundry. The outbuildings on the property include a 2 car detached garage, a great 40’x60’ pole barn with heated shop, corn crib shed, and bank barn with loafing shed. There is also a 16’ concrete silo and pasture with hi-tensil fencing. The 70 acres of tillable ground has been well maintained with waterways, French drains, and has been systematically tiled with the tile on 30’ centers. For you hunters, Gary has strategically placed 3 elevated enclosed hunting blinds and has enjoyed great success with his “honey holes”. All mineral rights transfer to the new buyer with 2 years remaining on the current lease. If you desire a great setting, a well cared for home and outbuildings, productive soils, great hunting, building lots, and an ideal location, the Fath farm offers it. You won’t want to miss your opportunity at this great Wayne County farm. PARCEL 1: Home, outbuildings, and 18.7 acres of tillable and pasture ground. PARCEL 2: 63.1 tillable and wooded acres. PARCEL 3: 9.5 acres of open tillable ground. PARCEL 4: 7 acres of open tillable ground. OPEN HOUSE: The home and outbuildings will be open for viewing on Monday September 30th from 5-7:00 PM. Private showings are available through co-listing agent John Ertl 330-347-4380 or Andy White 419-651-2152. Pick up a brochure in the info box and walk the land at your leisure but please be respectful of the crops. AUCTION NOTE: The farm will be offered in individual lots and as a whole and will sell in the manor that nets the highest price for the seller. A 5% Buyer’s Premium will be added to the final bid to determine the final purchase price. A $500 per lot survey fee will be charged to offset cost of survey. No financing contingencies and all desired inspections should be completed prior to bidding. A complete list of details and terms is available on the auctions page at www.reshowcase. com. A list of equipment and personal property will be published closer to sale day. Mark your calendars for what will be one of the highlight sales of the year. Auction by order of: Gary and Norma Fath Auction conducted by

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 2013 12:00 NOON REAL ESTATE CHATTELS TO FOLLOW REAL ESTATE: Built in 1991 this 1104 sq. ft. ranch home with attached single car garage has the potential to be a good home but maintenance has been neglected and it needs a handyman. The home has 3 BR & a full bath on the main floor plus kitchen and living room. There is a full walkout basement that could be finished to add more living space. The home has an electric furnace and central A/C. TERMS: This property is appraised at $50,000.00 and must sell for at least 2/3 of the appraisal. We require a non-refundable down payment of 10% of the purchase price on sale day with the balance to be paid in full at closing within 30 days. There are no financing contingencies. The property sells AS IS – WHERE IS with no warranties expressed or implied. TAXES: The taxes on this property are $822.42 per half year and will be pro-rated to the date of the delivery of the deed. DEED and POSSESSION: The buyer will receive a fiduciary deed and will be responsible for the cost of title insurance. Immediate possession will be given at closing. INSPECTION: The property will be open for inspection on Monday Eve. Sept. 23 from 5 – 7 PM. Other showings are available by appointment through Real Estate Showcase. Call Steve Andrews @ 330-465-8498 or Seth Andrews @ 330-466-5471 or the Wooster Showcase Office @ 330-264-6888. PICKUP – MOWER – TOOLS ETC.: ’98 Chevy ½ T. 4x4 pickup – auto, V-8, ext. cab, mileage unk.; Craftsman 22” walk behind mower; Cub Cadet 1225 Lawn Tractor (AS IS); Agri Fab lawn sweeper; wheel barrow; shovel, rake, etc.; bench grinder; tool box; step ladder. APPLIANCES & HOUSEHOLD: Whirlpool Side x side ref./freezer; Hotpoint elec. range; metal bakers rack; Oval dinette ext. table w/6 chairs; swivel recliner; computer desk; 2 drawer file cabinet; Cardio Glide exerciser; Lifestyle step exerciser; oil lamps; few Smucker plates; kitchen misc. Auction By Order of THE WAYNE CO. COURT OF COMMON PLEAS Case No. V-00104-13 Bethany Yoho, Administrator ESTATE OF DOUGLAS T. YOHO Wayne Co. Probate Case No. E-00104-13 Robert Reynolds Attorney For The Estate Auction Conducted By:

Joseph Mast 330-763-4411 John Ertl Co-Listing agent 330-347-4380 Jon Mast Broker/Auction Manager 330-763-3883

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ACA CAVALIER 1-male 1-female tricolored puppies. Born 7/31/13. Also, 2 tricolored beagle puppies. 330-674-0156. ENGLISH BULLDOG Cross Females, Kennel Disbursal, 1-3yr old 3/4 Bulldog, 1/4 Beagle. 1-1yr old 3/4 Bulldog, 1/4 Boxer. 1-3yr old 1/2 Bulldog, 1/2 Beagle. 6mo old 3/4 Bulldog, 1/4 Beagle. 5mo old 7/8 Bulldog, 1/8 Beagle. (330) 749-1141

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AKC ROTTWEILER Puppies, 8 wks old, Vet Checked and ready to go. 330-317-2833 KENNEL SELL OUT. Quality Cavaliers, Shih Tzu, Yorkies, Maltese, Bichon, Lhasa Apso, Poodle, 10x20 USDA Inspected. Gaylord Yoders (330) 674-2008. POODLE CROSS PUP. Very friendly, non-shed, smaller, had shots. 4 mo. old, $75. Call 330-231-6501

Absolute Franks Real Estate & Chattel Auction

Location: 12126 TR 502 Big Prairie, Ohio 44611. From Millersburg take SR 39 west to CR 51 north to TR 502 east to auction.

Saturday October 5, 2013 9:30 AM

8 Acres-Home-Garage-Outbuildings-Monroe Twp-Holmes County Tractor-Airstream Camper-4 Wheeler-Vehicles Shop Tools-Household-Collectibles Open House: Monday September 23-5 to 7 PM Parcel 1: 4 Acres in a nice country setting that includes a 3 Bedroom 1&1/2 story home. The home has a newer addition for the eat-in kitchen with oak Mullet cabinets and new basement under this part, the older part of the home has a good sized living room, bedroom, bath and laundry area. The 2nd floor has 2 bedrooms, there is also an attached 2 car garage. The home has a gas furnace as well as a wood/coal furnace. There is also a 24x24 shop that is in good condition as well as some older outbuildings. The home needs some updates but should be in an affordable price range, and you’ll like this view and location! Stop by at Open House to view this offering and have your finances in order by auction day. Parcel 2: 4 acres with 660’frontage. Nice tillable land that could be YOUR country home site. Real Estate sells at 12 Noon. Terms:10% Nonrefundable down payment auction day with the balance at closing within 30 to 45 days. No financing contingencies. Any required inspections must be completed prior to bidding. Sells in its present as is condition. Buyers to pay $500 per parcel surveying, if sold in parcels. Acreages and frontage amounts are subject to final survey. Parcels will be offered individually and as a whole. Legal: Parcel # 1400139000. Taxes are $ 910 per ½ year. Vehicles: 1972 Airstream International camper w/accessoriesspigots-sway bars etc (Collectors item), 03 Chevy Malibu 55 k miles-solid, 88 GMC Sierra SL 2500-4x4 pickup 64 k miles, 1960 Sears 125 Motorcycle-not running, single axle trailer Tractor-4 Wheeler-Shop Items: Ford 2000 tractor Power steering 935 Hrs ex cond, 3pt blade, brush hog, 87 Honda 4x4 Foreman Fourtrax 4 wheeler, 4-wheeler mower attachment, JD L120 lawn tractor-automatic, Murray lawn tractor, alumimum ramps, Jaeger cement mixer w/ Stover hit and miss engine, Stihl MS 180C chain saw, Stihl FS 40 string trimmer, air compressor, Craftsman table saw, pipe threader, skill saws, gear puller, drill, sander, drill, 2 sets of pipe wrenches, log chains, chain binders, ladder, tiller, tool set, wrenches, hand post hole digger & bar for 6’ holes, ladders, garden tools, lots of good hand tools, battery charger, drill press, hand mitre saw, firewood, scrap metal. Guns-Coins-Collectibles: JC Higgins 22cal w/scope, H&R 22 cal Pistol, Coins including- silver dollars-1/2 dollars-silver quarters, Wheat head pennies and more, Watches inclu-Railroad&Elgin, Carpenters chest intact with- Stanley #7 #8 #12 planes-specialty planes-scribe-chisels-plumb bob-etc, Stanley mitre saw, old baby cradle, corn husker collection, two man saw, RR lantern, RR jack, RR oil can, grind stone, pitcher pump, corn jobber, hog scrapers, balance, bavett ladles, hand augers, hay knife, Toy train, oil lamps, Various crocks, Army jacket, mantle clocks, Furniture& Household: China cupboard, Dining table & chairs, magazine rack, oak end table, 2 recliner, sofa, rocker, high chair, cedar chest, oak rocker, 4 pc Bedroom set, cubby desk, quilt rack, patio chairs, hammock, trunks, sewing machine, roaster, some glassware, sets, of dishes, kitchen items, misc. Note: This will be a large auction with many interesting items, and we may sell with 2 crews part of the day. Guns: 11AM Real Estate 12 Noon followed by Vehicles, Tractor, Mower, 4 Wheeler. Chattel Terms: 3% Buyers premium waived for Cash or Valid Check. Pictures online at Auction by order of Harry Franks Estate Chester Franks Executor Blair Bower Attorney Probate# 13ES07 (330) 852-4111 888-852-4111


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BERNESE MOUNTAIN dog puppies. 3 males, $950, good breeding stock. (330) 852-2876 ext. 1. LM 2 1/2 YEAR old, male, Beagle. Stands 12" high, runs his own rabbits, $25. Also, 2-4 mo. old Beagle pups. Out of good hunting dogs, 1-male, 1-female, $50. 330-988-4794 after 6. 7 WEEKS old Jack Russel Cross puppies, $30. Melvin J. Miller 5502 CR 229, Fredericksburg, OH 44627 FOR SALE: 3 - Boston Beagle Females, 3-Beagle Males, 5 mo old, 1-Beagle Female. (330) 600-9133 Aaron Miller. 2 Pug females, ACA - 3 yr. old & 1 yr. old, $250/each. Phone (330) 897-2103. AKC BOXERS 3 outstanding girls. Shots, dew clawed, dewormed, 8 weeks, $400. (330) 276-0140. FOR SALE: Air conditioner and gas wall heater for dog kennel. (330) 852-1084. 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 AT STUD quality AKC Grea Dane Male, fawn colored $450 or $850 for two. Must be brucilsis tested. 330-893-9304

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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 1 YEAR OLD ACA Black German Shepherd, male. ALSO, 1.5 year old AKC or ACA Siberian Husky. Pet Only! (330) 674-0820†x3. ONE WHITE English Bull dog female. Had 11 puppies, raised 9. One brown English Bull dog female, due in heat in October. 330-893-3619  FOR SALE: Australian Shepherd puppies, $50. 330-674-1632 Leave message.  FOR SALE: 2 1 yr. old Beabull females. Good mothers, $350 each. 330-465-9441 CHOCOLATE LAB Pups, 8 wks old, Shots & wormed. (330) 893-1719

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FOR SALE: 7wk old Puppies. Blue Healer mix. $35 ea. David E. Miller, VM 330-641-2754 AKC BOSTON terrier pups. Both parents on premises. Vet checked and shots UTD. Out of good breeding stock. $500. (330) 567-8248. BEAGLE FEMALE. About 5 yrs. old. Good for breeding or hunting. Very friendly. Call 330-674-4423


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FOR SALE: 18 speed Road master bicycle. 26", Brand new. $150. Eddie Troyer, 6588 Buss Rd., Apple Creek. (330) 698-0327.

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CRAFTSMAN 10 inch radial arm saw o n stand with electric motor and dust collector. Call 330-893-1042 VM. 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: 9000W GENERATOR, 50amp output, Honda motor with remote start, 120/220V, $3100; Wheel barrow-type 3-piston air comp. w/8-hp Honda motor, $800; Everything is brand new with factory warranties. Call Marvin @ 330-763-4808. FOR SALE: Used Drywall Panel Lift, good condition, $350. Mount Eaton Trailer, (330) 359-0150.

Grimes Real Estate & Chattel Auction

FOR SALE: GOLDEN RETRIEVER male, AKC, 10 wks. old, very light color; Also 12 wk. old Weimaraner female ACA, shots/wormed. (330) 674-2526 VM

Monday, September 23, 2013 at 5:00 PM Mr. Leech Items, Coshocton & Harry Miller Items (Antiques * Furniture * Tools * Household * Shopsmith * Shop Tools)

Monday, September 30, 2013 at 5:00 PM Millersburg Estate w/ Mlbg. Courthouse lamp Mrs. Miller’s guns at 6:00 – including Remington, H&R, Mossburg, 12 ga. super mag, 20 ga., 12 ga., 243, 7mm, 30:06, 300 mag. (Furniture * Antiques * Household * Tools * Few Restaurant Equipment Pcs.)

Monday, October 7, 2013 at 5:00 PM (Antiques * Furniture * Household)

Monday, October 14, 2013 at 5:00 PM (Antiques * Glassware * Household * Misc.)

Note: Visit for photos and updates. 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 Always Taking Quality Consignments

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

 FOR SALE: Solid oak double pedestal table with formica top, with 13 leafs that extend to 18-ft. PLUS 6 chairs with casters, excellent condition, med. oak. Call 330-893-1042 VM. OLDER TOYOTA 6, 000lb Fork Lift. Gasoline, 3 stage mast, side shift, indoor tires. Works well, $3300/obo 330-852-0188.  FOR SALE: 2 ton Brock feed bin still in good shape, $350. Berlin, 330-275-7493  6" ELECTRIC DELTA Chop Saw. Good condition, works ok. $80/obo. (330) 600-0838.



Saturday October 12th, 2013 11:00 AM

Kaufman Auction House

3149 SR 39, Millersburg OH

ONE SET Propane torches, hoses and gauges. 2 NEW boxed 7018 welding rods. (330) 852-4803.

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Auction Location: 15249 TR 4 Brinkhaven Ohio 43006 GPS Coordinates: 40.479125,-82.175859. Directions: From SR 83 south of Millersburg take SR 62 west 17 miles to State St. (TR 4), turn north 1 mile to auction. From Danville, take SR 62 east 4 miles to State St. (TR 4), turn north 1 mile to auction.

ACA 16MO old Buff Cocker Spaniel Male, Ready to go. (330) 852-1084

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.

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Beautifully Remodeled 1820’s Home in Winesburg

Location: 2169 Main St. Winesburg, OH 44690. From Berlin take U.S. 62 North into Winesburg and turn left at the Winesburg School. From Wilmot take U.S. 62 South into Winesburg. Signs Posted.

Thursday, October 10th, 2013 • 4:00 PM

2,000+ Sq. Ft. Home * Paint Township * Holmes Co. * East Holmes Schools * 3 Bedrooms * 3 Baths * Living Room w/ Stone Fireplace * Retail Shop * Income Potential * Antiques * Primitives * Collectibles *

Open for Inspection: Tuesday October 1st from 4:00 PM to 6:00 PM

Beautifully remodeled 1820’s home located in the heart of Amish Country in Winesburg, Ohio. This three bedroom, three bath home has endless possibilities from a retail shop, bed and breakfast, rental property and more. Home also features two full eat-in-kitchens and a living room that has beautiful stone fireplace. With natural woodwork throughout and exposed original beams, this home is move in ready and would make for a great investment. Walk outside and take a seat on the large deck that has some great views. Bring your ideas to the open house as this property is a must see to appreciate or call to schedule your own private showing. Terms: 10% nonrefundable down payment due at time of the sale. A 10% buyers premium will be added to the hammer price. No financing contingencies, balance at closing in 45 days. All inspections must be performed prior to day of the sale. Announcements day of the sale take precedence over all previous advertising and statements. Please visit www. for additional information and photos. Legal: Parcels #150076200 & 150076300, Paint Twp. Holmes County and East Holmes Schools. Taxes are currently $871.75/ half year. Note: We will start by selling her antiques, primitives and collectibles at 4:00 PM with the real estate selling at 6:00 PM. Visit our website or watch for ads for a detailed list of the contents. Sale by the Order of: Nancy Grimes

* 52.5 Acres * Richland Township * Holmes County * All Wooded in 1 Parcel w/ Gas & Oil Rights * Good Hunting & Recreation * * 3.7055 Acres * Union Township * Knox County * Village of Brinkhaven * 3 Parcels * Parcel 1: 52.5 Wooded Acres w/ 75’ frontage. This all wooded tract of land offers a small creek, hilltop seclusion, and great hunting. Land will sell with all owned mineral rights. Sellers search indicates all Gas & oil leases have expired by their terms or are non-active. This would make a good investment style property offering hunting, seclusion, recreation, and a future gas & oil potential income. Legal: Parcel #’s 2000036000 & 2000036001 located in Richland Township of Holmes County and the Danville LSD. Taxes per half year are: $577.36 Parcel 2: 80’x150’ Village Lot. Legal: Parcel # 62-00084.000 located in the Village of Brinkhaven and Knox County and Danville LSD. Taxes per half year are: $57.80. GPS Coordinates: 40.467164,-82.194161 Parcel 3: 2 adjacent 66’x132’ Village Lots. These 2 lots are all wooded and appear to offer a good building site. Legal: Parcel #’s 62-00106.000 & 62-00107.000 located in the Village of Brinkhaven and Knox County and Danville LSD. Taxes per half year are: $205.18. GPS Coordinates: 40.471041,82.192208 Parcel 4: 3.03 Acres. This land is located between SR 62 & Rails for Trails. The land appears to be landlocked with no road frontage. Legal: Parcel #’s 60-00260.000 & 60-00907.000 located in the Union Township of Knox County and Danville LSD. Taxes per half year are: $39.35. GPS Coordinates: 40.466686,-82.191693 Terms: 10% nonrefundable down payment day of sale with the balance due at time of closing. No Contingencies. Any required inspections must be completed prior to bidding. All information gathered from sources deemed accurate but is not guaranteed nor warranted to be true. Subject to all matters of record and Buyer is responsible to conduct its own due diligence prior to auction. Buyer must independently investigate and confirm any information or assumptions on which any bid is based. All parcels will be offered on 52 Acres location Parcel 1. Auction by order of: James L. Logston Estate Wood County Probate Case # 20101136 Doug Logston, Executor

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14" DELTA Bandsaw. Heavy duty, older model in exc. cond. No motor. $100. (330) 674-2710


Wanted to Buy

WANTED: NAPELEON Kerosene heati n g stove. State price. & Condition. John Miller, 8995 TR 609, Fredericksburg OH 44627.

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AIR FILTER assembly for 1980 Ford Fairmont, Mustang, Pinto or Ranger with a 2.3L 4 cylinder engine. phone 330-658-2390. PINE LOG/ SOFT PALP WOOD delivered into Strasburg Area at a stead supply for a shavings mill. (330) 533-7090. WANTED NATURAL gas direct vent heating stove or fireplace. Monroe Barkman, 3111 CR 114, Sugarcreek, OH 44681 330-893-7065

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WANTED: Used small livestock trailer. (330) 674-2737 ext 2.



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740-828-2750 10076764

Comm. Property - Rent 540

STORAGE UNIT for rent. 12x30, $30./mo. (330) 695-7242. MECHANICS OR Handy Man garage. 17' gantry crane and 40' long eye beam. 1 mi. N. of Nashville. $85/mo+elec. (330) 378-5121.


WANTED TO Lease: Farm land in Holmes or Wayne County. Price dependent on farm size, soil type, and location. 330-695-2192/270-604-1484 No Sunday calls please!



FOR RENT: 1 bedroom apartment, Walnut Creek. Close to the Orchard (330) 893-2991

1999 DODGE Avenger. 4-WD, 171k. mi., $1,500/obo. (330) 473-5289.


1988 Honda Accord Auto, Good little work car, $600 OBO 330-231-4726

Mobile Home For Sale

FOR SALE: 1992 Mobile Home , 3 br. 1 ba., very good cond., (330) 276-4683. FOR SALE: Mobile home, 1998 Skyline, 3 BR, 2 BA, shingle siding, very good cond., newly remodeled, $16,000. (330) 601-3729.

WANTED: SOMEONE to haul 1 person to and from work. 4-5 miles one way. (330) 600-0849 WANTED: SHIBA Male, preferably breeding age, (330) 893-4157.

Apartment Rentals

By Redwood

Brand new Distinctive Single-Story Apartment Homes in Wooster. Enjoy 2 bedroom, 2 full bathroom apartments with private attached 2-car garages. Pets welcome. Now leasing! 1069 Mindy Lane, Wooster 44691. 330-988-7077 NICE 2BR upstairs apt w/Garage in Killbuck. Assist animals only. 439$/mon. includes water, sewer, & lawn care. (330) 276-4091

WANTED: A KNUCKLEBOOM loader (740) 622-5216. ICH KAUF Trash piles & Dumps. Call evenings @ 330-275-7980

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

FOR RENT in Millersburg, 3br house, Garage, $670/mo +Dep. and Utils. Assist pets only. Call M-F, 8-5, (330) 674-2198


Home Condo Rentals



1965 MUSTANG, Nice but not perfect, Nice driving car. 42,000 Miles, $6,250. (330) 496-3412



16' CRESTLINER Boat. 25 horse merc. motor, also, trolling motor, and trailer. In good condition. $2,650. 330-897-1038.

Motorcycles ATVs

FOR SALE: Honda Big Red 3-Wheeler, Good Condition. $875 (330) 231-8637


RVs & Campers

KILLBUCK 3 BR House, garage, $550+util. (330) 600-2858.

HUNTERS SPECIAL 10' pickup sliding camper. $450. (330) 284-1533.

Tuesday, October 1, 2013 4:00 P.M.

COUNTRY HOME. 3 min from Millersburg. Private location. $750/mo. Call after 6pm. (330) 231-6255.


Half Cents • Half Dollars • Silver Dollars • Gold • Misc.

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

2008 SILVERADO LT1 Crew Cab, 5.3 V8, trailer pkge., Silver Birch 6400 mi., $20,700. 330-345-7759.

(330) 852-4111 888-852-4111

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

1997 F-150 Ext. Cab, 4X4 4.6 V8, Auto., 106k mi., Exc. Condition inside and out, new tires. $4800/obo. (740) 623-8647.


All Prices cleArly MArked On Windshields

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

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


• Vinyl Windows 72 • 06500 FreeAD11797131 Installations 43399 • Free Estimates 4881 CR 207 Millersburg, OH

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. 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


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.





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.

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

YODER'S FENCE & Brush Removal. Will built all types of farm fence. 23 yrs. exp. Free Estimates. 330-763-0497 Building all types of wood & wire fences. Have ambusher to clear old fence rows. Free estimates. United Fencing 330-359-2314, ext.1/ 330-231-8813


NOW HAULING furniture & general cargo with pickup & 18' enclosed trailer. Locations: Berlin & Saltillo. Call Glenn Yoder, (330) 600-2850


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


DS 3200 Coal and wood boiler. Used 2 years in exc. cond. $3500. (330) 763-4246. GOOD USED Gas boiler. Burnham series 2 Model B. Gaylord Yoders, (330) 674-2008.



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



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

Roofing & Spouting

Steel Roofing

Cheaper than Shingles 10000 AD12978470Direct 72 Manufacture 24 HourCheaper Turnaround

than Shingles 330-674-7051 1035

Storage BOATS AND RV STORAGE 330-674-2331.



Troy Ridge Mfg

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

TIMBER CUTTER/DRIVER needed on Timber crew. Call Joe Raber, (330) 473-8955



WE BUY junk cars 262-9300

763 Employment Staffing



DOUGHTY FENCE Builders. Building all types: board, split, rail, woven, wire, barb, horse, cote, hitensil. Also repairs. 330-893-1803 330-763-1433


CONCRETE BY American Quality Construction LLC. Driveways, Sidewalks, Patios and more. Call today for free estimate 330-485 -6121.


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

Building Materials

207 Doors & Windows


2006 toyota sienna ce

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


2002 PONTIAC Montana van. 151k. mi., $3500/obo. (330) 473-0354.

Trucks SUVs 695


Half Cents-Half Dollars: 1833 half cents; 1794, 1812, 20, 20/19, 38, 51, large cents; 1858 S.L. Flying eagle cent; 1866, 68, 69, Indian head cents; 1914d, 3ls, Lincoln cents; 1876cc seated dime; 1875s 20-cent piece; 1831 bust half; l877s seated half; 1893s, 1912d, barber halves; 1935 NGC MS64 walker half; l959d NGC MS65 Franklin half. Silver Dollars: 1795 flowing hair, l798 heraldic eagle, bust dollars; 1871 seated dollar; 1877s, 78s, trade dollars; 1878 8-T.F.,78cc,78cc in GSA soft plastic, 78s, 79o, 80cc in GSA, 81cc in GSA, 81o PCI MS64, 82cc in GSA, 82cc PCGS MS63 GSA, 83cc NGC MS64 in GSA, 84cc NGC MS61 DPL in GSA, 85s, 89o 89s, 90cc SEGS VG10, 91cc in GSA 91s 93, 95o, 97s, 1903, 03s, Morgans; 1921, 27d, 28, 34, 34s, peace dollars. Gold: 2-1853 $1. pcs.; 1904 $20. liberty head NGC MS62; 1924 $20. St. Guadens; 2008 $10. 1/4-oz. Am. Buffalo; 2008 $25. 1/2oz. Am. Eagle; 1986 $50. 1-oz. Am. Buffalo; 2009 $20. double eagle ultra-high relieve; 1955 Mexico 5-pesos; 1959 Mexico 10-pesos; 1926 $2.50 Sesqui. Com. Miscellaneous: 1893 Isabella com. quarter; 1936 Cleveland NGC MS66, 1936 Gettysburg, 1936 Long Island, 1920 Pilgrim, com. halves; silver eagles; 5-oz. .999 silver rounds; proof sets; 1899 $1. silver certificates; 12-piece set history of railroads silver rounds; foreign coins w/lots of silver pcs. NOTE: This is only a partial list of approx. 400 lots from an individual who collected for many years. Doors open 2 hrs. prior to sale time. Online bidding available at thru

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.

FOR SALE: 12' V-Bottom Boat, Legal for public waters, $250. Joe Hershberger. (330) 897-1091


Trucks SUVs 775

Wanted to Rent 545

FOR SALE or Rent - 4BR home in Sugarcreek. Double garage and shop with large fenced lot. Call 330-852-9191 or 330-201-0673

WANTED: APPROX 10x10 Dog Kennel chain link fence. (330) 674-1403 YOU GOT SCRAP - WE GOT CASH! Pickups available. No equipment or vehicle too big for our disposal. Call evenings, 330-275-7980.

NEW 4 Bed Double Wide

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

Mobile Home 490 For Sale



Thursday, September 26, 2013 — 46




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

The Holmes County Hub Shopper

Thursday, September 26, 2013 — 47

We have added an additional 6,000 sq ft to serve you better!!!

13 Buick Verano

Power Windows & Locks, Cruise Control, 18” Alloy Wheels, Remote Starter with Keyless Entry. #289





13 Buick Lacrosse

V8, Auto, Air, Cruise Control, CD Stereo, Locking Rear Differential. #099

MSRP $32,710 Sale Price $31,024 Rebate $1,500

GM Rebate $3,500

MSRP $34,785 Sale Price $33,003



* Trade In Bonus Cash $2,000 *** Truck Loyalty $1,000

Leather Heated Power Seats Z71, Rear Vision Camera, Remote Start, Chrome Assist Steps Integrated Trailer Break. #243 MSRP $45,745 Sale Price $41,975








SAVE $9,270

SAVE $8,282

Turbo, Power Sunroof, Leather Seats, Power Windows & Locks, Remote Starter with Keyless Entry, Champagne Silver. #180

MSRP $24,470 Sale Price $23,281 Rebate $1,000

13 GMC 1/2 EXT 4x4

13 GMC 3/4 Reg 4x4

13 Buick Regal

32 MPG


13 GMC Yukon 4x4 SAVE $7,554

Leather Heated Seats, Power Sunroof, 18” Chrome Wheels. #056 MSRP $36,590 Sale Price $34,676 Rebate 1,500 **Owner Loyalty $1,000



Leather Heated Seats, Power Sunroof, 19” Chrome Wheels, Trailering Package, All Wheel Drive. #174





MSRP $15,320




13 Chevy Equinox AWD





Sale Price $25,294 GM Rebate $1,500



13 Chevy 3/4 Ext 4x4




Sale Price $23,647 GM Rebate $1,500





V6, Auto, Power Sunroof, RS Package, Rear Vision Camera. DEMO #071 MSRP $31,680



“COMPLETELY REDESIGNED”, LTZ, Leather, Heated & Cooled Power Seats, Power Sunroof, Navigation, Bose Stereo System, #005




MSRP $38,375 Sale Price $35,858 GM Rebate $1,500



13 Chevy 1 Ton Dually Crew SAVE 4x4 $11,775

MSRP $63,059 Sale Price $57,784 Rebate $4,000



* Trade In Bonus Cash $1,500 *** Truck Loyalty $1,000


SAVE $8,062

LTZ, Leather Heated Seats, Power Sunroof, Color TV & DVD, Trailering MSRP $62,130 Package. #226 Sale Price $57,068 GM Rebate $3,000





NEW 13 Chevy Tahoe 4x4

Duramax Diesel, Allison Transmission, Navigation Stereo, Gooseneck & Bumper Hitch, Spray in Bed Liner, Power Sliding Window, DEMO #179






MSRP $48,470 GM REBATE $1,500


7 Passenger, Power Sunroof, Heated Seats, Trailering Package. #210

Sale Price $29,738 GM Rebate $1,500

MSRP $27,535 Sale Price $26,331

14 Chevy 1/2 Crew 4x4

* Trade In Bonus Cash $1,500 *** Truck Loyalty $1,000

13 Chevy Traverse

Consumer Reports Best Sedan in US Market!!!!

“New Body Style”, Keyless Entry, Power Trunk Release, Power Windows & Locks, Cruise Control, Blue Topaz. #003






SAVE $8,184

MSRP $44,375 Sale Price $40,691 Rebate $2,000


NEW NEW 14 Chevy Impala 13 Chevy Camaro


6.0L V8, Auto, Z71, Remote Starter, 6” Stainless Assist Steps, Power Windows & Locks. #285

4 Cylinder, Automatic, Power Windows & Locks, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels. #286 MSRP $25,085

Sale Price $20,349 GM Rebate $1,500




13 Chevy Equinox

“Gas Saver”, Power Windows & Locks, Power Seat, Remote Vehicle Start. #223 MSRP $21,360

MSRP $22,805 Sale Price $21,876 GM Rebate $2,500

31 MPG

4 Cylinder, Power Windows & Locks, Cruise Control, All Wheel Drive. MSRP $26,835 #281.




38 MPG

“Gas Saver”, Compass Display, Keyless Entry, Power Windows & Locks, CD Stereo, #275

“Gas Saver”, Power Windows & Locks, Outside Temperature Guage, Cruise Control, #016


13 Chevy Cruze

34 MPG





13 Chevy Malibu

14 Chevy Spark 39 MPG

Compressed Natural Gas & Gasoline, SLE, Power Windows & Locks, 18” Aluminum Wheels, Trailering Pkg., Stainless Assist Steps, Power Seat, Bluetooth. #191 Rebate $2,000 MSRP $55,340 * Trade In Bonus Cash $1,500 *** Truck Loyalty $1,000 Sale Price $53,312

MSRP $54,775 Sale Price $50,221 Rebate $3,000

Rebate $1,500 **Owner loyalty $1,000


13 GMC 3/4 Ton Ext 4x4

SAVE $6,528

SLT, Leather Heated Seats, Power Sunroof, 20” Polished Aluminium Wheels, Rear DVD & TV DEMO #035

MSRP $49,545 Sale Price $46,343





13 Buick Enclave AWD

* Trade In Bonus Cash $4,000 *** Truck Loyalty $1,500





GM Reserves the right to change rebates at any time, which may result in higher or lower pricing. Vehicle color may not reflect sale vehicle. *Must trade in any make 1999 or newer vehicle to qualify for this Bonus Cash **Sale prices include all applicable rebates and incentives, may vary per county; see your sales person for details. SALE ENDS 9/30/13. ***Must own a 99 or newer Chevrolet or GMC listed under program # 13-40CP to qualify.

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

Chuck Nicholson

Barry Nicholson

Jim Simo

The Original



Christi Wengerd

Dale Brown

Kevin Fair

Tom Carder

Pat Kaiser

Travis McQueen

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

Joseph Jun

Dave Brillhart • • •

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The Holmes County Hub Shopper

Thursday, September 26, 2013 — 48 We’ll Fit Your Lifestyle

College Hills Honda

0.9% FINANCING 24-60

1.9% FINANCING 37-60


On select Models


On select Models



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

36 Month Lease


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

2014 CRV EX AWD 36 Month Lease

297 Mo.


36 Month Lease

$3000 Due At Signing

2013 Ridgeline RT

2013 Pilot EXL AWD

399 Mo.

399 Mo.



36 Month Lease $3000 Due At Signing

48 Month Lease

$3000 Due At Signing

Special finance Rates 0.9% 24-60 Months

$3000 Due At Signing

359 Mo.


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

2011 Odyssey EXL-RES



2010 CRV LX 4WD


2010 Civic LX


2008 Accord EXVL

2011 Odyssey EXL-NAVI



2011 CRV EXL 4WD


2010 Civic LX

2010 Accord EX VL

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




2012 Accord LX 5 Speed

Other Select Used Cars $ 9825A


2007 Mariner Premier

$ A204A

$ A184A

2002 Civic EX Standard


2004 Durango 4WD


$ P7667

$ A112A


2001 Malibu

$ A169A

College Hills Honda SALES


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


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

$ A191A


2007 Five Hundred SEL

We’ll Fit Your Lifestyle

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


2000 Camry LE


2010 Camry SE

$ 9956A

$ A172A


2010 Cobalt LT


2009 Camry LE

$ A209A


2005 Accord LX

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

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