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Migration Sensation

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Annual bird-watching event adds two more child-friendly activities

Holmes Veterans Service accepting applications for assistamce The Holmes County Veterans Service Center will be accepting applications for assistance for March through noon on Friday, March 21. The Veterans Service Commission board meeting will be held Monday, March 24 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.

Liberty Coalition to present program tonight The Holmes County Liberty Coalition will be presenting a program tonight (Thursday, March 13), on the Common Core Educational Standards that have been introduced into the public school systems. At this meeting there will be a video and discussion on the pros and cons of this initiative and why See Pg. 2 — CALENDAR

By ABBY ARMBRUSTER Staff Writer Two new child-oriented events will premiere at the 14th annual Migration Sensation on March 29. The annual bird watching event will run from 7 a.m.-4:45 p.m., with workshops to start at 8:30 a.m. at Shreve Elementary School. From 2-4 p.m., children can hear a story and find different animals in nature during the first-ever storywalk at Wright Marsh. Shreve Elementary School Principal Nate Schindewolf said he is happy to see some new events for children. “We try to encourage and send out fliers and brochures with all of the students here because over the years, it’s really evolved into having a lot of different activities for the students,” Schindewolf said. “I think at its inception it was more adultfriendly.” Although the Medina Raptor Center has participated in the Migration Sensation for many years, See Pg. 7 — MIGRATION

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Calendar (From Page 1) many parents across the country are against it. A committee will also be formed to compile, create and distribute a ballot information sheet for the primaries, to be handed out at the April meeting. Volunteers are being sought to investigate and report on an issue or candidate featured on that ballot. All HCLC meetings are held at the Comfort Inn, 1102 Glen Drive, Millersburg, at 7 p.m. on the second Thursday of each month.

Fish fry is Saturday American Legion Post 494, of Suarcreek, will hold its March Family Fish Fry on Saturday, March 15. The fish fry is from 4-7 p.m. at the Post Home, on North Broadway Street in Sugarcreek. Everyone is welcome.

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Fred Cannon puts his passion for barn restoration to use at Holmes fairgrounds By BRANDON ZAFFINI Staff Writer At the annual meeting for the Killbuck Watershed Land Trust held at the Historic Hotel Millersburg, Fred Cannon, formerly a Wayne County commissioner, spoke of his passion for barn restoration — a passion recently put to good use in Holmes County. For the last 10 years, Cannon has made it his mission to restore old barns “to their former glory and usefulness,” according to materials distributed by KWLT. His business is Barn Again, and is located in Shreve. One of the more recent accomplishments of Cannon’s was the restoration of the barn at the new Holmes County fairgrounds, called the “crown jewel of the fairgrounds” by Agricultural Society President Kerry Taylor. As with most other barns that he restores, Cannon was able to determine its

problems by examining the roof. Barn roofs should always be straight and even, and their eaves should be plumb. That’s wasn’t the case, however, with the barn at the fairground, and Cannon immediately noticed a hump on the roof about halfway up the back side — a sign that some of the pillars were shifting. “A couple things had gone wrong with that barn,” Cannon said. “But the main one was the water damage. Someone had tried to repair it a few times, but water was still getting in. ... You have to go back to getting the barn square, plumb and level before you do any other repair work.” Restoration of the barn was completed in mid2013, and is just one example of the three or four barns Cannon restores every single year — barns located mostly in Ohio, but also out of state, including one on Cumberland Island in Georgia. 8629 CR 235 Fredericksburg, OH. 44627 330.695.2210

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Although he has only been restoring barns for just over a decade, it had seemed like a natural fit given his strengths and interests. “I love working with wood and my hands, and I love barns,” Cannon said, “so I read a bunch of books on it, including on the history of barns. And I found that it was just like repairing anything else. Once you learn how to do it — once you learn some basic techniques and pointers — it becomes much simpler.” There is one other reason, though, Cannon feels so passionate about what he does — the high quality of the barns. “You really have to look at the craftsmanship of these barns,” Cannon said. “Some of them are so put together that if it weren’t for some natural enemies, like water deterioration, they would stand for another couple hundred years. ...The people who laid these barns out were really master craftsmen, and they did everything without the tools we have today.” Yet, the builders of these Ohio barns weren’t the

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I’m having a terrible time getting organized. It should be much easier now that we have down sized considerably so all of our important papers are in one small room instead of scattered over three stories. We got rid of a lot of paper before we moved to South Carolina in August. It is now consolidated into one four-drawer filing cabinet and two storage boxes. One of the problems has been how to re-label things to make more sense. I’m trying to do the filing so if The Man of the House is ever required to find things here for any reason it will not be impossible. This is a challenge. If it’s anything like the refrigerator or the kitchen cupboards or pantry there is little hope. I think you ladies know what I mean. There is a file for bills to be paid. We do not do anything financially online

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Ever since my brother David died 15 years ago we’ve had a file with funeral instructions for whoever is left. It has been updated as things occur with various family members so that our obituaries are current and our wishes are since The Man of the known. Now the big quesHouse is totally low-tech. tion is what to do since we He does know how to have moved. Our whole write a check and stamp plan needs to be reworked. an envelope — a lost art in For example, we have a this day and age. perfectly good burial plot But, getting back to the in the Nashville United filing — what makes sense Methodist Cemetery right to one person may not next to my parents. We ring a bell with another. have the best view in the Do you file things under cemetery, but that is if you “automobile” or “car” or are above ground. “Nissan?” And then there However, now it makes is a bunch of stuff that no sense to haul our bodI now have filed under ies to Ohio where there “Miscellaneous.” That will will be absolutely no famibe a surprise for someone. ly to go look at it, let alone A few files really need to plant any flowers on our be thrown out as I grow graves. Cremation would less attached to their seem to make more sense. contents and they are not Back in October when important business docuThe Man of the House ments. found himself in the hospi-

tal because of blood clots in his leg and lungs he was asked if he had a living will and durable power of attorney for health care. He did, but it had been signed in 1992 and was totally obsolete for a variety of reasons. We are still not done completing these new forms. In the first place, it took several days to find the blank forms on the Internet. There are dozens of sites for these things, but you must be careful or you will end up paying for them. They will say “FREE” but when you start filling them in online suddenly you are faced with a screen that wants your credit card number. I found the free forms we will use on a government site for our state. One of these days I may be totally organized unless some new things crop up. Until then we will muddle through somehow.

Church Lenten series continues “Food for the Body, Mind and Soul” is the Holmes County Ministerial Community Lenten series. Each Thursday in Lent, March 6-April 10, churches in the community will be providing a luncheon, a time to gather as a greater faith community, and a brief devotional for the Lenten season. The lunches will be free of charge and will be held at the Community Life Center of Millersburg Christian Church (the former “Grocery Bag”). All are invited with lunch beginning at 11:45 a.m., and can come and go over their lunch hour as needed. The facility is centrally located, is easily accessible and has ample parking.

Wooster Chorus to perform March 16 The highly acclaimed Wooster Chorus, an ensemble of 50 student musicians from The College of Wooster, will perform at Faith Lutheran Church (187 S. Clay St.), on Sunday, March 16, at 4 p.m., as part of the group’s 50th annual spring tour. Directed by Lisa Wong,

this concert tour by the Wooster Chorus explores humanity’s insatiable search for love and connection. Profound bonds can be formed through passion, spiritual dimension, familialties, and an ongoing search to expand the self. One’s pursuit may continue through all facets of life, and can be met with abundance or scarcity. In this performance, the chorus will sing the thoughtprovoking texts of Emily Dickinson, E. E. Cummings, Charles D’Orleans, and others as set by Claude Debussy, Jake Runestad, Vincent Persichetti and many more. Expect an evening of exquisite music as the chorus surveys this basic, yet profound, human need. Wong is in her fifth year on the faculty of The College of Wooster, where she directs the Wooster Chorus and the Wooster Singers, and teaches courses in conducting and music education. In addition to her duties at Wooster, Wong is the assistant director of choruses for the Cleveland Orchestra. She holds a bachelor of science degree in music education from West Chester University, and master of music and doctor of music degrees in choral conducting from Indiana University.

Founded in 1964, the Wooster Chorus consists of students representing all academic areas within The College of Wooster’s liberal arts program. The choir has been praised for its high level of artistry, engaging performances and enthusiastic singing. Within the past year, the chorus has been invited to perform with The Ashland Symphony, The Canton Symphony, and The Cleveland Orchestra and Cleveland Orchestra Chorus. There is no admission fee for the performance, but a freewill offering will be taken. Additional information is available by phone (330-263-2048) or e-mail (

Sonnenberg Station to present five performances Sonnenberg Station men’s choral ensemble, based in Kidron, has performed in more than 30 different venues to appreciative audiences throughout Ohio, from churches and businesses to universities and concert halls. Their repertoire features beloved classical pieces, contemporary tunes and everything in-between including several original arrangements by the

group’s director, Tim Shue. This season’s performances offer selections exploring the theme of “the wait and the walk,” songs seeking a balance between moving forward and standing still. Some pieces focus on being content with waiting while pondering and being introspective, while others represent the walk — energizing, inspirational and entertaining. All are delivered with Sonnenberg Station’s own spin on traditional spirituals, familiar folk songs, and, as always, a few lighthearted surprises while representing a variety of cultures, eras and styles. Join Sonnenberg Station as they share their songs about waiting and walking at any of the following performances: Martin’s Creek Mennonite Church, Millersburg, Sunday, March 16 at 7 p.m.; Music on Market at Wooster UMC, Wednesday, March 19 at 7 p.m.; St. Mary’s Catholic Church, Massillon, Saturday, March 22 at 7 p.m.; Oak Grove Mennonite Church, Smithville, Sunday, March 23 at 7 p.m.; Dover Music Series, Westlake, Saturday, April 5, at 7 p.m. Admission is free of charge; an offering will be taken during intermission. For more information, visit

LEXANDER JONATHON was born March 3 to Sr. Airman Derick and Natasha Kimmell of Mount Home, Idaho. He weighed 9 pounds, 5.5 ounces and joins siblings Eric Mitchell, 7, and Jaylynn Ann, 4. Grandparents are Rick and Debbie Kimmell of Wooster and Barbara Middleton of Nashville. Greatgrandparents are John and Joanne Kimmell of Rural Valley, Pa. A GIRL, Alexandra Grace, was born Jan. 20 to Jared and Stacey Sigler of Shreve. She weighed 8 pounds, .6 ounces and was 20 1⁄2 inches long. She joins a sister, Georgia Rose. Grandparents are Stephen and Sharon Schwarzwalder of Shreve and Paul and Marty Sigler of Wooster. Great-grandparents are Howard and Zelma Sigler of Wooster and Trenna Patterson of Dalton.

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Free income tax prep is available at community center Free income tax preparations are available to Holmes County residents through a local AARP Tax site located at the Darb Snyder Community Center. The service is free to low-to-moderate income residents who are eligible for the earned income tax refund. Participants do not have to be a member of AARP or of a certain age to take advantage of the service. The free tax filing service will be available at the Darb Snyder Senior Center, 170 Parkview Drive, Millersburg. Appointments are available Thursdays through April 10, from 9:15 a.m.-2 p.m. Appointments are necessary and can be made by calling the Community Center at 330674-0580. Participants are reminded to take last year’s tax return, all earnings statements to include W-2s and 1099s and any tax-related materials (interest and dividends received, stock sales, real estate tax bills, etc.), photo ID and Social Security card. A photo I.D. and Social Security card for identification purposes are required.

Goodwill Industries of Wayne and Holmes Counties is now offering home pick-up service for those who have a large amount of donations. Goodwill also will pick up large furniture. If residing in Wayne Tax preparation or Holmes counties, call Goodwill at 330-264-1300, help is available Ext. 232, to learn about its Free tax preparation home pick-up service. and filing for 2013 taxes All donations help creSee Pg. 9 — BRIEFS ate local jobs.

Barn (From Page 4) only ones with a lot of talent and a high skill level. Cannon, too, deserves a good deal of credit for his work, according to KWLT Treasurer Ronald Holtman. “Fred can fix just about anything and do every-

thing,” said Holtman. “But he is especially good at farming, mechanical things, and now restoring old barns.”   Reporter Brandon Zaffini can be reached at 330674-5676 or

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Carrie Elvey, Wilderness Center Naturalist (left in photo above), Beth Lowder, Jennifer Case and Pat Tirabasso, all Ohio Certified Volunteer Naturalists, prepare microscopes and plates for dip netting at Sensation Migration, to be March 29 this year. In photo at right, Jaime Baker of the Medina Raptor Center, and Ella, a 7-year-old owl, enjoy the fresh air outside at Migration Sensation at Shreve Elementary School.

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I became principal here, and I think there’s a lot of this year marks the first things that take place in time it will present at the Shreve that people aren’t family activity center, with aware that we have.” an up-close look at birds of prey. Many longtime favorites will still be occurring, including the dip-net for marsh creatures along Cemetery Road with Carrie Elvey of The Wilderness Center. The Akron Zoo will run the first presentation of the day, kicking off at the family activity center with a focus on backyard wildlife at 9:30 a.m. “I have been doing the presentations at the event for many years, and it is always one of my favorite recurring program sites to visit starting with the drive from Akron to Shreve,” Akron Zoo education specialist Debra Swank said. “I’m always envious of the people I see with their binoculars in hand as they hike through the Killbuck Marsh area looking for the return of so many native bird species.” Events will take place throughout Shreve, including six help stations — Brown’s Bog, Funk Bottoms and Bald Eagle and three spots inside Shreve Elementary. “It’s a fantastic luxury to have some of the nature that we have here. ... It’s a resource that we’re happy to tap into with our science classes and things like that,” Schindewolf said. “I never knew this event existed before

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Prairie Township precinct polling place has been changed to Prairie Township Fire Station, 118 E. Jackson St., Holmesville. Look for flags and polling location signs. Take identification to the polls.

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Briefs (From Page 5) is available at Glenmont School House. For additional assistance call Larry Purdy, 330-2310062, or Jackie Wolfe, 330-763-4776, to schedule a time for tax assistance or to help with applications for the programs available through the state and federal government; or stop in at the Pantry at Glenmont School on the second Tuesday of each month from 5-7:30 p.m. to make an appointment. Committed and caring volunteers at the Glenmont Food Pantry will be able to assist in applying for Food Assistance

(SNAP), Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP), Child Tax Credit and Earned Income Tax Credit, Tax Assistance Health Coverage, Child Care Subsidies, USDA Child Nutrition Programs, Women, Infants and Children (WIC), Medicare Rx, Extra Help Medicare, Savings Program, FAFSA, Ohio Works First, Senior Community Service Employment Program, Veterans Education Benefits and more.

Glenmont Food Pantry open monthly for distribution

Glenmont Food Pantry is open for food distribution on the second Tuesday of each month from 5-7:30 p.m. at Glenmont School House. It is part of the Ohio Benefit Bank, an online program of the Ohio Association of Foodbanks. The next food distribution day will be Tuesday, April 8.

lets. The groups travel to Cleveland on Saturdays. The current address for the chapter is: P.O. Box 70, 2 Court St., Millersburg, OH 44654-0070. Office telephone is 330-674-5861 and fax is 330-378-3865. Email is Patricia.Lang@;

The Holmes County Chapter of the American Red Cross is looking for adults interested in traveling with groups to the Northern Ohio Blood Region in Cleveland, to donate plate-

The Holmesville American Legion will be holding weekly euchre tournaments each Saturday, at 7 p.m. For more information call the Legion at 330-2793040.

Euchre scheduled Holmes Red Cross Saturdays at needs volunteers Holmesville Legion

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

Glenmont Food Pantry seeking donations The Glenmont Food

Pantry is fast approaching the firs anniversary of its opening. It has been able to meet the needs of the community, but once again needs support. Primarily meat and or cash donations are needed. Canned goods can be purchased for pennies on the pound which makes it more affordable than purchasing retail, but any non-perishable foods are accepted. For more information, contact the Rev. Lance 330-377-5025 or send donations to: Glenmont Food Pantry, P.O. Box 282, Glenmont, Ohio 44628.

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Numb buns no deterrent to happy ending When last I wrote it was with the giddy excitement of a parent about to watch his youngest daughter unfold her musical wings for the first time on a theater stage. I’m delighted to say that beyond a light dusting of prop drops, lost lines and sound snafus (the stuff that makes the average high school play a bit more exciting and infinitely more endearing than a professional production) the show was flawless! Sylvia and company rolled through the three full hours of script and score with an amazing amount of grace, given that more than a few of them were neophytes or very nearly so. Although “actor” has never been one of the varied hats hung upon my own head, I’ve spent a fair amount of time in

front of live audiences and I know if there’s one true key to keeping the crowd happy it lies in never letting them know you’ve screwed something up. The high school stage proves to be a magnificent training ground for building this skill because something will always get screwed up. Case in point: Act One, Scene One: The light comes up on Jack (of “and the Beanstalk” fame) and Jack’s Mother (my Sylvia) as they discuss the fate of Milky White, Jack’s beloved, yet dry-as-a-soda-cracker, sway-backed cow — a cow that was supposed to be standing directly between them, yet had somehow remained in the wings as the stage had been set. The dialog gained some interesting ad-libs before a carefullytimed nudge of the

wooden-wheeled bovine rolled Milky White out from the shadows and into her richly-deserved spotlight. There’s no denying the prospect of sitting through the same three-hour-long show three days in a row was something I had looked forward to with unabated dread. To make matters even worse, Sylvia had insisted Kristin and I sit through a video of the entire Broadway production of the same show on the weekend just prior to her play. Here’s a guy that’s developed no fewer than 25 different ways to travel from Orrville to Millersburg, simply for the sake of avoiding monotony, suddenly sentenced to live the same script over and over and over again. I was convinced I

would grow so miserably and utterly bored before the run ended that my heart would simply stop beating. Perhaps as a testament to an admittedly odd life, I was actually never

bored. In fact, I was so smitten with the whole shebang that by the end of my second go-round I probably could have provided an old and creepylooking stand-in had one of the players suddenly

fallen ill. I’m pretty sure such an occurrence would have finally landed me in the looney bin, but for that fleeting moment in the spotlight ... it might have actually been worth it!

Millersburg Council meeting rescheduled The March 24 meeting of Millersburg Village Council has been rescheduled for March 31 at 7 p.m. It will be in Council Chambers, 6 N. Washington St.

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Local Entertainment Tuscarawas Philharmonic concert in honor of American artists The Tuscarawas Philharmonic’s upcoming concert “American Accents” celebrates some great American artists who, says Music Director Eric Benjamin, “have danced on the edge and developed distinctive stylistic voices.” The Philharmonic will be joining forces March 22 with the Malone University Chamber Chorus, as well as two of the orchestra’s most talented soloists on the Performing Arts Center’s stage. Flutist Lindsey Goodman will lend “her generous warmth of tone and a fluid virtuosity” (Charleston Gazette) to “Lizamander” — the second in a series of works for solo instruments and Max/ MSP by Russell Pinkston. The focus of this work is on interactivity — the computer captures material played by the solo instrument during the performance and uses that material (as well as some pre-recorded sounds) to generate a syncopated rhythmic accompaniment, over which the performer is free to improvise. Pinkston, from The University of Texas at Austin faculty, has written music in a wide variety of different media, ranging from concert works and sacred

Goodman anthems to interactive performance pieces and live electronic music for dance. He has also been active in computer music research, and his co-development of a touch-sensitive MIDI dance floor in 1994 received international attention. In his 30 seasons with the orchestra, trumpeter Jeffrey Huston has impressed listeners with his ability to play “legit” classical and jazz, and his talents will be heard in the stylistic influence of native American musical languages of jazz and blues in Richard Peaslee’s “Nightsongs”— a haunting, atmospheric tone poem for solo trumpet and chamber orchestra, which combines both styles elegantly. Robert Frost and Charles Ives are American artists with distinctly

Huston American voices that have become revered around the world. Charles Ives’ “Symphony #3,” subtitled by him “The Camp Meeting,” makes extensive use of traditional hymn tunes he learned in the Congregational church meetings of his boyhood. Randall Thompson’s choral settings of Frost poems, including the bestknown “The Road Less Traveled,” “Stopping By Woods On A Snowy Evening,” and “Choose Something Like a Star,” will be performed by the Philharmonic Chorus with the Malone University Chamber Chorus, directed by Jon Peterson. Samuel Barber’s famous “Adagio for Strings,” which has achieved classic status and a worldwide

reputation through concert performances and use in film, completes the program. In its 78th consecutive year as the cultural cornerstone of the Tuscarawas Valley, the Tuscarawas Philharmonic is in its fourth season in its new home in the state-ofthe-art Performing Arts Center at Kent State Tuscarawas, 330 University Drive NE, New Philadelphia — a beautiful facility easily equal to those in much larger cities, but with ample, easy free parking and well-worth a short, pleasant drive. Under the direction of Eric Benjamin, who is in his 18th season with the organization this year, the Philharmonic presents a varied concert series each season, from the immortal symphonic classics to jazz to country, as well as familiar and beloved Christmas music, pops concerts and major choral works. Guarantor for the 7:30 p.m. concert at the Performing Arts Center at Kent State Tuscarawas is The John and Orlena Marsh Foundation; Sponsor is Park Village Health Care Center and cosponsor is AAA of Tuscarawas County. There are two seating lev-

els in the Performing Arts Center at Kent State Tuscarawas — Orchestra and Mezzanine on the lower level and Dress Circle and Balcony on the upper level. In a unique feature of the hall, the sides of the Dress Circle descend from second floor height down to stage level — providing seats with an intimate view of the stage. All seats are reserved and prices range from $9 to $32, depending on location and whether it is a student, senior or adult ticket. A $3 facility fee is

added to the base price of each ticket by the Performing Arts Center. Tickets for the concert can be reserved at the orchestra’s website: www. TuscarawasPhilharmonic. org, by stopping by the PAC box office, or by calling the box office at 330308-6400. At the website, concert-goers can see what seats are still available at what prices and can reserve their choices by clicking on those exact seats on the diagram and paying by credit card.

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Holmes Civil War Roundtable schedules meetings Civil War Roundtable of Holmes County will meet at the Cary House meeting room on Wednesday, March 26 at 7 p.m. The March program will be Show-N-Tell. Take a Civil War-related book or relic to share with the group. A History Channel DVD titled “The Hornets Nest at Shiloh,” which took place on April 6, 1862, will be shown. The Rountable program for the Tuesday, April 22 meeting at 7 p.m. will be a first person presentation by living historian/storyteller Christopher Hart, curator of Roscoe Village. Hart’s presentation will

be “Too Young To Fight” The Civil War Round- Everyone is welcome. and has to do with the table of Holmes Coun- For information contact 1864 Battle of New Mar- ty is a family-oriented Forrest Chanay at 330ket, Va. learning experience. 276-6202.

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Mohican Pow-Wow celebrates Native American culture

The Great Mohican Pow-Wow celebrates its 30th anniversary and Native American culture in 2014. It is one of the most acclaimed Native American Pow-Wows in the country and was previously named one of the top 100 events in the United States by the American Bus Association. The Great Mohican Pow-Wow will be hosted by Mohican Reservation Campgrounds in Loudon-

ville from July 11-13 and Sept. 19-21. This beautiful setting is nestled in secluded wooded hills lending itself well to the authenticity of the event. The 2014 show features a world-champion hoop dancer, flute player of the year, tomahawk throwing, fire starting demonstrations, drum making demonstrations and powerful storytelling. Throughout the festivities, there are plenty of music and dance

performances, contests and customary food and artisans. There’s also more than $9,000 in prize money. And that’s just for starters. Pow-Wows are celebrations that last for days and are remembered for a lifetime. It is the coming together of Native tribes to honor ancestors and renew their traditions and heritage. It is a real cultural presentation — not a hobbyist show.

It emphasizes lifestyles, fellowship and competition among tribes. It showcases custom dancing, colorful ceremonial dress, the passing down of songs, sharing of foods and storytelling — all of which are critical to the survival of a culture. One of the most spectacular sights at an authentic Pow-Wow is the palate of color woven throughout the festivities. In addition to the Native foods,

stories, music, dancing and drum competitions, there are original Native American creations by more than 40 traders, artisans and crafters. Wares on display and for sale include pottery, bead working, knife making, silversmithing, quill working, antler works, fur trading, wood and bone carving, leather work, basket weaving, clothes making and jewelry.

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BLUEGRASS CONCERT — The Wayne Center For The Arts will hold a bluegrass concert on Friday, March 21. The bands appearing will be The Northwest Territory Bluegrass Band (in photo) and Rachel Burge and Blue Dawning from Weston, W.Va. Concert starts at 7 p.m. with doors opening at 6:30. Tickets are $10 for arts center members and $12 for non members. Tickets can be purchased by calling 330-264-2787. The Arts Center is at 237 S. Walnut St., Wooster.

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The Great Mohican Indian Pow-Wow will be hosted by Mohican Reservation Campgrounds at 23270 Wally Road South, Loudonville. Admission is $8/adult and $4/child with discounts for twoand three-day passes as well as for colleges, groups, Scouts, teachers, seniors and veterans. For complete information or directions, phone 1-800766-2267 or visit www.



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Farming 2014 Ohio Holstein Association Convention Sale averages $3,441 Mother Nature chose to bring out the sunshine and a beautiful day for the Ohio Holstein Association Convention Sale held March 7 at the R & P Kiko Family Farm, Salem. A large crowd was on hand to bid on their choices from the great group of consignments featuring outstanding type, production and pedigrees. An average of $3,441 was achieved on 71 live lots. Lot No. 1 in the catalog, Springhill-OH Dorcy Wanda garnered the top

or was Springhill c/o Chris Lang, Big Prairie. Barbwire Greenlea Adv MaemayRed, Lot No. 10, was the second high seller at Barb $9,200. Classified ExcelLumley lent 91, she was sired by KHW Kite Advent-Red price in the sale at $16,000. from an Excellent 94 A Very Good 85 daughter dam, and had been the Senior and Grand Chamof Coyne-Farms Dorcy, pion at the Mid-East she was from a great Spring National Red & maternal line going all White Show in 2013 and the way back to the well was fresh again for the known Langacres Elevaspring shows. Consigned tion Hope. She sold with contract interest to Bright- by William Indoe, Lodi, she was purchased by bill/Gem-Hill Holsteins, Loudonville. Her consign- Grant Randle & Bryce &

Abbigail Easter, Zionsville, Ind. Selling for $8,000 was Jas-K Guth TreasureRed-ET-VR, Lot No. 7, classified Very Good 86 as a 2 year old, she carried the Variant Red gene, which means that when bred to a black and white bull, 50 percent of her calves will be red. Her sire was Fustead Goldwyn Guthrie and she was from a Very Good 86 Picston Shottle dam. Her consignor was Matthew Steiner, Marshallville, and she was purchased by

mons and lights 165-down; cross bred calves 185-down; back to farm, bull calves 235-280. 23 PIGS — Roasteres 30-65. 49 BUTCHER HOGS — 240-260 lbs. 70-79; 260 lbs.-up 76-85; butcher sows 77-down. 31 CATTLE — Good beef SUGARCREEK cows 85-99; medium to good LIVESTOCK beef cows 79-85; fair to mediAUCTION INC. um cows 71-79; common cows March 3 114 CALVES — Choice 70-down. TOTAL HEAD — 170. calves 175-235; good calves 79 LOADS — Hay, 1st cut140-170; light & thins 40-down; back to farm bulls 140-235; ting 100-275 ton; 2nd & 3rd heifers 50-150; good crossbreds 75-170; crossbreds 30-70; FEEDERS: steers & bulls 100142.50, heifers 100-130. 121 CATTLE — Choice steers 140-151; good steers 125139.50; Holstein steers 115-130; choice heifers 130-148.50; good th heifers 125-137.50; good Holstein cows 78-99.50, yellow and 2807 State Route 557 thins 75-down; bulls 100-118. 103 HORSES — Top horse (in Farmerstown) 850; top pony 175. 330-897-6081 3 GOATS — 10-20.

cutting 175-310; hay per ton 5; big rd bales 35-70; wheat straw 195-200 ton; oats straw 150; straw lg. sq. 50 bale; rd. hay 100185 ton; firewood 50-75 ton.

Robert Puskas, Somerset, N.J. A spring yearling, Hez Goldchip Hada-ET, Lot No. 5, sold for $6,000 to Paradise Valley Farms, Louisville, and was consigned by Hez LLC c/o Tim Abbott, Franklin, Vt. Sired by MR Chassity Gold Chip, her dam was the well known show winning Dubeau Dundee Hezbollah classified Excellent 92. Twelve consignments sold for $4,000 or more and 26 consignments sold from $3,000 to $3,900.

Volume buyer was Paradise Valley Farm, Louisville, purchasing seven consignments for $28,000. Cattle sold to Indiana, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and Ohio. Auctioneer was Randall Kiko with Ted Renner reading the pedigrees. Ringmen were Ken Janes, Rusty Kiko, David Lentz, Steve Deam, Chris Lahmers, Chad Griffith and Paul Haskins. Cattle preparation was handled by Steven Jordan and his crew. The sale was managed by the Ohio Holstein Association.


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DANVILLE AUCTION 15780 Body Road Danville; 740-599-6607 March 1 Sale Results

bull calves 12.50-140; steers 225-275; pigs 45-250; rabbits .50-11; poultry 1.50-6; ducks 7; turkeys 19-22.50; pigeons 2.103.25. Next Auction, March 15

up 68-95; bred sows and gilts 160-200; service boars 100-250; roasters 90-102.50. 100 CALVES — Back to farm, bulls 110-290; back to farm, heifers 130-240; light & KIDRON AUCTION thin 90-down. March 6 138 CATTLE — Steers 83; 116 HOGS — 190-210 lbs. heifers 84-1090; bulls 96.50-103; 54-70; 230-260 lbs. 61-80; butch- good beef cows 88-95.50; medier sows 51-81; boars by weight um to good 80-87; thin-poor 30-53. 79-down; FEEDER STEERS 361 FEEDER PIGS — Up — 48-130; heifers 94. to 40 lbs. 48-82; 41-50 lbs. 10 SHEEP — Cull ewes and 76-79; 51-60 lbs. 70-83; 61 lbs.- bucks 50-87.50.

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37 LOADS HAY — 1st cutting grass 2.85-4.25 bale, 15-55 rd. bale; 1st cutting mixed 3.253.50 bale, 42.50-55 rd. bale; 2nd cutting grass 3.25-6 bale, 45 rd. bale; 2nd cutting mixed 4.506.75 bale, 55-65 rd. bale; 2nd cut alfalfa 6.75 bale; 3rd cut grass FARMERSTOWN 3.25 bale; 3rd cut mixed 6.50 LIVESTOCK bale; oat hay 2.50 bale. 2907 Township Road 190 Firewood 47.50-115 load; ear Baltic; 330-897-6081 corn 3.50 bag; shelled corn 5.75 330-897-2275; 330-231-6809 bag. March 4 36 GOATS — Does 50-190; 67 CALVES — Good to does with kids 175-180; bucks choice calves 200-235; medium 12.50-240; wethers 180-230. to good calves 185-200; fair to Rams 47.50-150; ewes 85-110; medium calves 170-185; com-

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Millersburg woman killed when train hits car According to the Wooster Post of the Ohio State Highway Patrol, which is continuing its investigation of the accident, the crash occurred at about 1:07 a.m. on Newkirk Road, about two-tenths of a mile north of state Route 226. The crash occurred when a 2003 Chevrolet Trailblazer driven by Jennifer A. Phillips, 32, travel-

By PAUL LOCHER Staff Writer A 31-year-old Millersburg woman was killed and a 32-year-old Millersburg woman was seriously injured when the car in which they were traveling was struck by a train in the wee hours of Sunday morning in Clinton Township, Wayne County.

Coshocton man injured in March 7 crash By CHRISTINE L. PRATT that had slowed to turn left onto County Road Staff Writer 580. Fry moved to swing A Coshocton man around the stopped vehiremained hospitalized cle, traveling left of cenMonday following a Fri- ter and into the path of day afternoon crash along Smith’s northbound 2012 state Route 83 in Mechan- Nissan Titan. The two ic Township. vehicles collided head on. Raymond Kenneth Both lanes of trafFry, 22, County Road fic were closed for more 19, was listed in serious than an hour, to allow for condition Monday in the investigation and removal medical intensive care of the vehicles. unit at Akron General Smith was wearing a seat Medical Center, where he belt. It remains undeterwas flown by emergency mined if Fry was belted, helicopter following the according to Capt. Dale crash. Renker. Also injured, Tonya The identification of the D. Smith, 49, Chestnut driver of the non-conStreet, Mount Vernon, tact vehicle is unknown was transported by a because the vehicle was Holmes Fire District No. no longer on scene when 1 squad to Pomerene officers arrived. Hospital, Millersburg, No citations were issued where she was treated as of Monday; the crash and released. remains under investigaAccording to the Holm- tion, said Renker. es County Sheriff’s Office, Fry was southbound on Reporter Christine L. state Route 83 in a 2000 Pratt can be reached at Chevrolet Cavalier, fol- 330-674-5676 or cpratt@ lowing another vehicle

ing southeast on Newkirk Road, drove across the railroad tracks and went off the left side of the road. The Patrol said the vehicle stopped off the roadway, partially on and partially off the tracks. The stopped vehicle was then struck by an eastbound Norfolk & Southern Railroad train. The impact spun the Phillips vehicle around

and it came to rest on the south side of the tracks. Investigators said it is unknown how long Phillps’ vehicle was stopped prior to the time it was struck by the train. Phillips suffered serious injuries and was transported from the scene by Metro Life Flight to Akron City Hospital. A passenger in the vehi-

cle, Raven Nicole Caskey, 31, was pronounced dead at the scene by Wayne County Coroner Amy Joliff. Her body was transported to Wooster Community Hospital by the coroner. Assisting at the scene were officers from the Wayne County Sheriff’s Department, Clinton Township Fire Department, Metro Life Flight,

representatives from Norfolk & Southern Railroad, Metro Life Flight and the Ohio State Highway Patrol. Investigators for the Patrol said it is unknown whether alcohol was a factor in the crash.

Aultman Canton Hospital by a Winesburg squad. Yoder was operating a 1999 Dodge Caravan eastbound on County Road 200, east of Township Road 657, when he struck a trailer on a stopped vehicle in the lane. Yoder’s vehicle crossed the center line, rolled over and hit a ditch on the north side of the road. The vehicle also hit a fence and sign before coming to final rest on its top. The vehicle stopped in the road was a Dodge Ram truck and had its hazard lights on. The operator told law enforcement he was delivering straw to a home on the road. Yoder told law enforcement as he crested the hill on the road, he did not see the vehicle parked. A Dundee man was Yoder was cited for failinjured in a crash Feb. 7 ure to wear his seat belt on County Road 200 in and assured clear distance, Paint Township. according to the patrol. According to the Wooster Post of the State Four people were Highway Patrol, Jeffrey D. injured in a crash Feb. 15 Yoder, 36, of U.S. Route at the intersection of state A Big Prairie man was 62, was transported to Route 241 and County

Road 216 in Paint Township. According to the Wooster Post of the State Highway Patrol, Michele Wilhelm, 57, Middleburg Heights, was transported to Aultman Orrville Hospital by a Kidron squad; Diane E. Strazka, 45, Emmett H. Strazka, 10, and Sara J. Strazka, 4, all of Independence, were taken to Mercy Hospital in Canton by a Mount Eaton squad. Wilhelm was a passenger in a 2008 Subaru Outback operated by John B. Wilhelm, 65, also of Middleburg Heights. The Outback was southbound on County Road 216, as Wilhelm approached the intersection with Route 241. But he failed to stop for a stop sign and was struck by an eastbound vehicle in the intersection, according to the patrol. The Outback then went off the intersection to the east and hit a sign.

Accidents A Killbuck woman was injured in a crash Feb. 6 on U.S. Route 62 in Berlin Township. According to the Wooster Post of the State Highway Patrol, Emily J. Zollars, 37, South Main Street, was transported to Pomerene Hospital in Millersburg by an East Holmes squad. Zollars was operating a 2005 Toyota Tundra eastbound on U.S. 62, west of state Route 557, when she attempted to pass another eastbound vehicle driving in the right lane. As Zollars entered the left lane, she lost control and went off the road to the right, struck a guard rail and overturned in the road. Road conditions were an issue, as the right lane was salted and plowed, while the left lane was still snow covered. Zollars was cited for operating a motor vehicle without reasonable control, according to the patrol.

injured in a crash Feb. 6 on County Road 318 in Ripley Township. According to the Wooster Post of the State Highway Patrol, Mason D. Radcliff, 18, County Road 100, was transported to Wooster Community Hospital by a Western Holmes Fire District squad. Radcliff was operating a 1997 Chevrolet Silverado southbound on County Road 318, north of Township Road 516, when he went off the west side of the road into a snow-filled ditch and overturned. The road was snow and ice covered. Radcliff was cited for operating a motor vehicle without reasonable control, according to the patrol.

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You can improve your health by reducing stress “...It is very important to understand there is no disease process which cannot be made more likely — or more serious — because of stress, and which cannot be helped or removed by a reduction in stress.” — Dr. Leon Chaitow, ND, DO

extremely helpful when we really need it, like David when we are in a dangerPratt ous situation. It’s imporShopper tant to note that if we’re Columnist being really particular, we see that stress itself isn’t the problem. The problem is how we react and its job is to help to it. In our culture (and us to protect ourselves. lots of other cultures, This means a raise in This quote clearly too) it has become the blood pressure and points out the imporblood sugar, and release norm for many people to tance of reducing stress. be in an over-stimulated, of adrenalin, which In recent years, it has sympathetically-domihelps us react quickly. become almost common The skeletal muscles nant state for much of knowledge that too much receive extra blood and their lives. stress has an ill effect on tighten, while blood is Dr. Ader, a psycholoour health. diverted somewhat from gist who was one of the Our bodies are cerfirst people to prove that the digestive organs. tainly miraculous, we These are only a few of mental processes can just need to give them affect the body’s immune the cascade of changes the support they need system, sheds a lot of that happens very to achieve and maintain light on all of this. His quickly. balance. obituary in the New York The parasympathetic To understand the Times several years ago branch has the oppoquote above a little betincluded these lines: “At site kind of effects on ter, it helps to know a the core of Dr. Ader’s the body. It promotes bit about how the body breakthrough research rest and relaxation deals with stress: Enter was an insight already by increasing digesthe autonomic nervous obvious to any grandtive activity, allows the system. The ANS has two muscles to relax, lowers mother who ever said, branches — the sympablood pressure and more. ‘Stop worrying or you’ll thetic and the parasymmake yourself sick.’ He The parasympathetic is pathetic. all about reducing the ill demonstrated scientifiThe sympathetic cally that stress worsens effects of stress. branch is engaged when illness — sometimes even The sympathetic activwe encounter a stressor, ity described above is triggering it — and that

reducing stress is essential to health care.” Chronic worry, and chronic stress of all kinds, can take a toll on our digestion, on our breathing and our pain levels. It can disrupt sleep patterns and leave us feeling worn out. This lethargy is often worsened by the fact that the body’s ability to repair tissue, which happens primarily in sleep, is weakened. As the cycle continues, ongoing muscle pain can develop. Headaches, diabetes, asthma... The list of health problems triggered by or worsened by “over-stress” is a long one. The good news is that there are lots of ways to reduce your stress levels and to lower the sympathetic dominance that many people have. Massage Therapy is one proven method that does this dramatically. If you haven’t received a massage yet, but keep hearing how great it is, maybe 2014 is the year to give it a try. Mas-

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ing a walk around the office. The bottom line is that you probably already know the best things to reduce the negative effects of stress, because you experience the results firsthand. Since this is the case, the most important thing becomes actually allowing yourself to regularly do those things. This is grassroots health care. It’s still the beginning of 2014. What can you start as a new routine for improving your health and limiting the negative effects of stress? David Pratt is a Licensed Massage Therapist with multiple advanced certifications. He has been serving Holmes County Clients and visitors to the area since 1997 and has a private practice in Millersburg: www.truenatureretreat. com He can be reached at 330-473-0402 or dave@ Holmes County residents receive a discounted rate.

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Director speaks of Education Foundation’s impact By BRANDON ZAFFINI Staff Writer Since 1989, the Holmes County Education Foundation has invested in the education of countless local residents, and that investment continues to see a healthy return. Darla Stitzlein, director of the Holmes County Education Foundation, was the keynote speaker at this month’s Chamber of Commerce luncheon, held at the Farmstead Restaurant in Berlin. She spoke of the impact the Foundation had, and is still having, on the lives of so many people in the county. “The Foundation has always been all about the

students,” explained Stizlein. “It’s always been about helping students follow their dreams, get degrees and come back to benefit the community.” In the last 25 years, the Foundation — now located in the historic Cary House in Millersburg — has awarded $6,855,803 in scholarships. “Our first year with our scholarship programs, which I believe was in 1991, we had 48 students receive money,” Stitzlein said. “Since then, 2,066 people have received scholarships.” Stitzlein also summarized some of the other initiatives the Foundation has been involved with — vocational classes for the

Amish community, a grant for “Farming Magazine,” a partnership with Wayne College and the Holmes County Senior Series classes. To fund all these initiatives, more than 200 local residents have made at least one donation over the past two decades. The money has not been ill spent. As an example of “whom we help,” Stitzlein introduced Julian Coblentz, the newest Board of Trustee member for the Foundation, to speak on how receiving a scholarship had affected his own career path and, by extension, his work in the local community. Coblentz used his schol-

arship to pursue a degree at Malone University. He is now the general manager of Walnut Creek Foods. Coblentz said that the moral value most descriptive of his life arc — and one also emphasized by the Foundation and his current work place — is “stewardship,” which he described as being “obsessive about eliminating waste and maximizing our God given potential.” The Foundation, Coblentz said, had helped him be a good steward by investing in him and by making it easier for him to maximize his own potential. “I fully believe in what the Foundation stands for,” Coblentz stated,

“which is about being good stewards of our gifts.” Two other life-long Holmes County residents and scholarship recipients, Bonnie and Preston Coblentz, echoed this sentiment and offered their own tribute to the Foundation. Bonnie is currently the marketing coordinator for the Holmes County Chamber of Commerce and Tourism Bureau, and Preston is the founder and owner of Coblentz Technologies. “It’s truly been overwhelming to be able to foster my passion and use it in the community, and much of the credit for that is due to the Educa-

tion Foundation,” said Preston. “The Foundation has always been about more than just financial aid,” added Bonnie. “It’s also been about receiving support from the community, for which we’re so thankful. And now we’re able to bring that investment back.” That’s the best part of what we are doing, noted Stitzlein in conclusion — that “so many students do come back and put their new skills and efforts toward helping the community.”   Reporter Brandon Zaffini can be reached at 330674-5676 or

the Senior Student of the Month. She is the daughter of Micha and Heidi Morrison and resides in Loudonville. Both students will be presented with a certificate and pin in recognition of this honor.

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The application deadline is March 15, with the winner being notified by March 20. This scholarship is partially funded by Ruritan National and proceeds from the Fredericksburg Fourth of July parade.

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Corey Anderson and Cala Morrison, both Loudonville High School students, were named Ashland-West Holmes Career Center Students of

the Month for February. Anderson, in the Career Center’s Construction Technology program, was named the Junior Student of the Month. He is the son of Connie Easterday and resides in Perrysville. Morrison, in the Career Center’s Criminal Justice program, was named

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Holmes DD Board awards Steimel for service vention, school programs for children, and sheltered employment and habilitation for adults. Yet the board couldn’t accomplish everything it does without assistance from community members, noted Brace, and that’s why board members decided to issue the award. They wanted to thank some of the individuals who had made a real impact on their work. “As I get older, I realize more and more that I wouldn’t be where I am today if I hadn’t gotten a lot of help along the way,” said Brace. “And I real-

By BRANDON ZAFFINI Staff Writer At a luncheon on Friday, March 7, the Holmes County Board of Developmental Disabilities gave out its first service award to a long-time supporter — to a person who, in the words of Superintendent Scott Brace, “has been so very important to the broader community.” That person, who received the inaugural award, is Sam Steimel. The DD board is dedicated to serving people who have developmental disabilities, offering inter-

ize that’s true with other things, too. Most of what we do is really a team effort. ... We’re not the only agency helping people with disabilities, and we depend on so much outside help.” Brace said Steimel “has volunteered on the Board of Developmental Disabilities, has been an important adviser on lead committees, has coached and played at every All-Star game, and has been a major sponsor of events.” The types of events Steimel attends and supports — cooperative sports, track and field

meets and other activities — are examples of what the DD board has been especially emphasizing of late. The March theme for the board, said Principal Rhoda Mast, is abilities at work. “We’re trying to change the focus from what’s wrong with the people we help,” said Mast, “and focus instead on what’s right with them, and what they can do.” To promote that theme, on Tuesday, March 18, at 6:30 p.m., the Training Center will feature a presentation from Sue Thomas, who, according

to promotional materials, is “profoundly deaf” but was hired nevertheless “by the FBI to do undercover work because of her ability to lip-read.” Her story was captured on television in the series Sue Thomas F.B.Eye, which aired 2002-2005. Mast asked community members take that message to heart and continue to keep eyes and ears open for possible work opportunities. “We need help finding places and spaces for people with developmental disabilities to work and thrive, said Mast, “and we can’t do this without you.”

Being for Dummies. On March 5 there were nine members who lost 6½ pounds. Bonnie Porter was best weekly loser and said to keep track of calories. Chukwunede was best rededicated loser and Rush was best weekly KOPS. The Awards Banquet has been scheduled for April 9 at Nashville United Methodist Church. The tasting treat was brownies with only 35 calories, which contained no flour. For the program members participated in a roundtable discussion, followed by simple exercises. TOPS meets each Wednesday at the Nashville United Methodist

Church beginning at 5:45 utes for five days. Winp.m., with weigh-in at 5:15 ners of the Vegetable Soup contest were Emma p.m. Carpenter and Mary Ann Miller. Linda Miller gave TOPS OH 1243 a program on “Planning TOPS OH 1243 Sugar- is important when dietcreek met on March 6 ing.” Have the best diet at the United Methodist plan that works for you, Church in Sugarcreek with as what works best for you 13 members weighing in might not be the same for and having a weight loss someone else. There were of 11 3/4 pounds for the other good points given week. Best TOPS weight also. loss winner for the week TOPS is a nonprofit was Linda Immel and best weight loss support group rededicated winner was with chapter 1243 meetEllen Mullett. Mary Ann ing each Thursday at the Miller was the best KOPS. church with weigh-ins The forbidden food for beginning at 6:30 p.m. and the week is no ice cream a meeting beginning at 7 and the thing to do is to exercise at least 15 min- See Pg. 19 — CLUB

As a further token of gratitude, and to motivate future help, the board will give one other award, this one sponsored by Lynn Hope Industries, to another local volunteer later in the month. The public is invited to attend the annual All-Star Basketball game at 7 p.m. on March 20 at West Holmes High School. Among the players will be Dr. D. J. McFadden, the Holmes County Health commissioner.    Reporter Brandon Zaffini can be reached at 330674-5676 or

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For any men who may want to attend the event, or who may accompany wives and daughters, the VFW has always been a huge draw, said Stadler, and will feature an after party late into the night, with Dave Tennant and Full House Productions offering live music and karaoke. This year, however, there will be more than one after party option. At the Duncan Theater, a movie will be showing at 9 p.m. “We’re hoping for ‘Dirty Dancing’,” said Angie Miller, owner of Creekside Coffeehouse & Cafe, “but we’ll see what happens.” “The idea,” explained Stadler, “is to provide a couple different atmospheres for our after party. And that’s what we’re all about. ... Killbuck is a happening place, and people need to start figuring that out.” Reporter Brandon Zaffini can be reached at 330-674-5676 or

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President needs to make balanced budget a priority spending rather than deficit reduction. My colleagues and I in the House have placed our priorities on fairness for all and creating jobs. This budget is irresponsible and has no regard for our country’s future generations. Our children and grandchildren will be left with serious fiscal challenges due to the irresponsible spending and taxing. The regulations coming out of Washington are crippling families and young people alike. They are unable to find work due to the President’s health care law and are living paycheck to paycheck. You and your family deserve better and the House is working to produce a responsible budget that will balance and promote job opportunities while reducing government involvement in your everyday lives. U.S. Rep. Bob Gibbs represents the 7th District, comprised of Ashland, Coshocton, Holmes, Huron, Knox, Lorain, Medina, Richland, Tuscarawas and Stark counties.

West Holmes FFA note On Feb. 4, the West Holmes FFA chapter sent a team to the Ag Sales Competition at FFA Camp Muskingham. The team placed first in the district, qualifying for state on March 1. Individually, Jillian Gurley was second, Chris VanSickle was fourth, Clay Armstrong was fifth and Tory Eggers was 11th.

In Ag Sales the team has to complete a mock sale, handle a telephone order, and take a test over skills in customer relations, advertising and promotion and merchandise displays. The Job Interview Competition was at FFA Camp in Carrollton. Mandy Taylor qualified for state in division 4 (seniors) and

Shyann Kick qualified for state in division 3 (juniors). Marris Hoffee was second in division 1 (freshmen) and Jillian Gurley was third in division 2 (sophomores). The members had to submit a resume and cover letter, complete job applications, participate in mock job interviews and write a follow-up letter.

News Deadlines — Briefs, news, club notes, stories, photos and features are due by noon the Monday before publication date.

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Moreland Garden Club February’s Garden Therapy Program was held with 26 residents and two guests at the Wayne County Care Center. A bird theme was used as club member Jeanne Durkalski and her husband, John, led the residents in making small, decorative bird houses. The residents decorated the bird houses with stained popsicle pieces on the roof and also added silk flowers and a bird sticker. Refreshments were then served. Others helping with the evening were Anita Roller, Marianne Swanson, Vicky Puster, Paula Huffman and Michelle and Cole Smith.

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The Killbuck Valley Writers’ Guild (KVWG) might be just what you need to make your book a reality. KVWG is a group of serious adult writers who are working on novels, short stories and non-fiction. KVWG meets most Sundays at 1 p.m. in the Fireplace Room at Jitters Coffee House, Millersburg. Call 330-464-0624 or go to for more information.

Knights of Gaming Board Arts Council Gaming Society meets the third Saturday of the Holmes County Arts month from noon-6 p.m. at Community meets the third Shreve American the Holmes County District Wednesday of each month at 6 p.m., at Young Uniforms Legion Auxiliary Public Library, Millersburg. and Scrubs, Millersburg. Contact Phyllis Young 330It was announced that Killbuck Valley 674-0676 or 1-866-386-2026. Poppy Days will be held in Shreve May 17 and Writers’ Club 18, when Shreve Ameri- Has anyone ever told Zen Society can Legion Auxiliary met you “You should write a The Zen Society of book”? Maybe you even Wooster meets for medirecently. Interviews for Buckeye started one but never fin- tation and discussion on Girl’s State were conduct- ished. Or, you have a great Mondays at the Unitarian ed at Triway High School idea but just can’t seem to Universalist Church, 3186 take that first step toward Burbank Road, Wooster. on March 10. Member Sue Craft intro- getting something on For information, see zenduced Raymond Windsor paper. who spoke about a women’s self-defense seminar he will conduct at the Shreve Legion, as part of its ongoing program on National Security, on April 10 from 6:30-8 p.m. Class size will be limited to 15 participants and a nominal fee of $3 will be charged. Money collected will be given to Every Woman’s House. Call the Legion at 330-567-2018 for more details.

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Jeanne Boughton told the group about the Department of Ohio Emergency Fund for auxiliary members. Members will take turns each month being in charge of a way to collect donations. A belated Valentine’s Day party was held with members exchanging homemade valentines. Refreshment hostesses were Jane Rickenbaugh and Janet Pennell. The auxiliary will next meet March 19 at 7 p.m.




next 10 years. Families and business around the country would never operate on such a scale If there is one thing that they would be unable every American famto pay back their debts. ily can agree on, it’s that The American people they all depend on a deserve better and leaving budget that fits their fam- them with a gross debt of ily’s needs. They know $25 trillion in the next 10 how much money they years is inexcusable. can spend for the week, Since 2009 we have month and year on gas, spent $17.6 trillion and groceries, utilities and liv- added $6.8 trillion to the ing expenses. One would debt. Along with increasthink that the President ing spending and our would be able to do such country’s debt, the Presian important, yet simple dent’s budget expands task that every family the size of government. must do. This past week Last year the President the American people saw signed the bipartisan that the President disrebudget deal and touted gards the importance of a it as an accomplishment, balanced budget. His bud- yet now the President has get has the country spend- violated that agreement ing more than we can and with a dramatic increase continues to expand the in spending. size of government. This proposed budget is I know when I owned a a sign that the President small business and made has chosen to give up on a budget for my own fam- any efforts to address our ily, we made sure it would country’s serious fiscal balance. The President, on problems. He proposes to the other hand, doesn’t raise taxes by $1.8 trillion, see a balanced budget only to spend MORE taxas a top priority because payer money rather than to his will never balance. It reduce the deficit. Roughly would add $8.3 trillion half of the new tax hikes onto the debt over the would be dedicated to new By U.S. REP. BOB GIBBS 7th District



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Business Business brief Hummel Group earns award of distinction Hummel Group has earned the distinction of Presidential Agency Partner from Western Reserve Group Insurance Company. Hummel Group, an independent insurance agency, has represented Western Reserve Group,

a property/casualty insurance company of Wooster, since May 1961. The designation of Presidential Agency Partner is awarded to those agencies which have achieved superior results with Western Reserve Group through sound business practices, professional advice and superior service. Hummel Group is a locally owned and operated agency with locations

in Berlin, Orrville, Allen & Hartzell Insurance Agency in Wadsworth, and Taylor Agency in Wooster. The agency has grown to be recognized as an insurance and financial services leader distinguished by both a clear understanding of small town values and leading edge products. For more information about Hummel Group, visit

Land transfers 7907 Township Road 103, 2.755 acres, $150,000. Robert D. and Mary Miller ot Mervin A. and Erma Yoder, County Road 59, 0.647 acre, $6,470. Allen D. Gallion to Trent A. and Buffy D. Edwards, 1341 State Route 83, 0.39 acre, $70,00. Millersburg Village

— Bird Enterprises to RTH Properties, 420 W. Jones St., 7.864 acres, $1,278,702.25. Richard L. Myers to Pamela Jo Corns, 718 Critchfield St., $20,000. Charles O. Merchant to Denny W. Hahn, 138 N. Washington St., $112,240.

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Molding Department Manager Steve Blickensderfer (left), Press Technician Jack Ross and SUPERB President John Miller stand together during Jack’s retirement gathering held March 5 to honor his seven years of service at SUPERB Industries.

SUPERB Industries honors retiree SUPERB Industries in Sugarcreek honored Jack Ross at an employee gathering in his honor to celebrate his retirement after 7 years of service. Ross worked in the molding department as a press technician and made quite an impact on SUPERB team members. Noted for always arriving early to work, SUPERB president John Miller presented

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Ross with a handcrafted engraved clock and thanked him for his loyal service. “We appreciate Jack’s contribution to SUPERB and wish him the best for his retirement. He set a high standard for dedication and hard work that we will long remember,” said Miller. Molding Department Manager Steve Blickensderfer referred to Ross as “Mr. Dependable” because

he arrived early to work and kept the molding production lines moving on second shift. “He was totally Mr. Dependable. He came in every day by 2:30 p.m. plus or minus two minutes. He is an all-around great guy, and we will all miss him,” said Blickensderfer. To view more photographs from the retirement gathering, visit SUPERB Industries Inc. on Facebook.


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Mechanic Township — Robert J. and Amelia E. Sigler to Jenyce Haudenschild-Wise, 1972 Geneva Drive, $124,000. Milo J. Miller to Lester A. and Andy J. Yoder, 2676 Township Road 128, 1.51 acres, $26,860. David M. and Patricia J. Kauffman to Diversified Resources Ohio,

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What I learned from Lindsay Down Under When I was 19 years old, I boarded a plane bound for Australia with a giant red duffle bag full of clothes, hiking boots on my feet, and the hopes of learning about rocks and sand on a whole new continent. I spent weeks at a time studying the Great Barrier Reef and the deserts in the central part of the country. I learned the lingo and how not to mess with the kookaburra or the magpie. I learned to drink Aussie beer and eat spaghetti for breakfast. And most of it, I have completely forgotten. Every now and then, something will remind me of my time on the bottom of the world, and I think in my head about how it has affected me. It’s not the sand, the birds, or the beer. It’s a Minnesotan. Her name is Lindsay, with an “a” instead of an “e” at the end and she was a fellow American dropped down under for a few months. She was at least a head shorter than me, had the greatest wavy blonde hair and bright

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blue eyes. Her nose was pierced (that I’m sure was something her parents didn’t agree with), but she was unique and cute and I will never forget her. When you first saw her, no matter the time of day or the mood either of you was in, she smiled. And then she would give you a compliment. “You look so nice today.” “You have such pretty eyes.” When you weren’t paying attention, wrapped up in the doldrums of life like choosing a lunch entrée at the cafeteria, she’d pop up behind you and say something like, “Hey mate, isn’t it a great day to be on the other side of the world?” She made the small things beautiful. She made the bad things tolerable. She made the worst dancers dance, the

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Sarah Elizabeth Moore and Kevin Alan Berkey, both of Wooster, slowest race, the saddest announce their engagesmile. She had more light ment. than I have ever seen in Miss Moore is the daughanother human being, ter of Richard W. Moore and I can’t help but try to of Wooster and Lysa A. live my life a little more Goodrich of Frederickslike Lindsay. burg. She graduated from The well-timed and hon- Waynedale High School est compliment is often a and is in her second year lost art. Even during my at Ohio State University’s worst days, when I doubt myself professionally or socially, frown on my own appearance, cringe Parents give their chilat the sight of my house or the choices of my chil- dren immunizations to protect them from seridren, I think about the ous vaccine-preventable brief friend I had across diseases. Unfortunately, the sea. Haggard and worn, feeling down in the immunizations can temdumps, I can look myself porarily cause soreness in the mirror and wonder, and fever resulting in an unhappy child and an what would Lindsay say anxious parent. right now? In the past, parents were She’d say it’s a new day, told to give Tylenol (acetthat my nose was great, aminophen) prior to or and she would give me a at the time of the shots. smile to send me on my way standing a little taller. This is no longer recommended. Studies have And as I would walk a shown that children who little taller, it would only received three or more seem right to pass that smile onto someone else, to doses of acetaminophen following immunization give a little more Lindsay. had reduced immune It’s a good thing, mate. response to some vaccines. The vaccines were Stop by and say hi at less effective. www.karriemcallister. com.

Agricultural Technical Institute, majoring in floral design and marketing. She works at U.S. SafetyGear. Her fiance is the son of Jeffery A. and Rosa K. Berkey of Wooster. He graduated from Waynedale High School in 2010 and is employed at Smedley’s Transmission. A May 23, 2015 wedding is planned.

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Immunize children against serious diseases Although use of acetaminophen is discouraged for use as a preventative measure, parents should feel comfortable giving it if fever and local discomfort do occur. Follow the dosage instructions given by your doctor. Acetaminophen can be given after three months of age and Motrin can be used after six months of age. There are different concentrations of acetaminophen, so check with your pharmacist or doctor to verify proper dosage. Do not give aspirin. Other ways to comfort your child include applying a cool, wet washcloth

over the sore area for comfort, giving the child plenty to drink and dressing the child lightly to prevent overheating. Va c c i n e - p r e v e n t a b l e diseases like whooping cough, measles and chickenpox can cause serious illness and even death in young children. Minor side effects following immunization are a minor inconvenience to prevent more serious illness. Keep your child’s immunizations up to date. Call the Holmes County Health Department at 330-674-5035 in you have questions or would like additional information.

Holmes County bookmobile Monday — Winesburg Elementary, 9:30 a.m.-2 p.m.; Winesburg Public, 2:30-6:30 p.m. Tuesday — Nature View School, 12:30-2 p.m.; Oak Grove School, 2:15-3 p.m.; Mount Hope Post Office, 3:15-5 p.m.; Hiland Bike,

6-7 p.m. Wednesday — Training Center/Workshop, 9:3010:30 a.m.; Hillcrest School, 12:30-1:15 p.m.; Scenic View School, 1:30-2:30 p.m.; Fryburg School, 2:453:30 p.m.; North Bunker Hill School, 1:15-2:45 p.m.;

Nature’s Food Market, 3-6 p.m. Thursday — Troyer Ridge Community, 9-9:30 a.m.; Troyer Ridge School, Township Road 369, 9:3010:30 a.m.; Edward Raber, Township Road 157, 10:4511:30 a.m.; Becks Mill, 11:45

a.m.-12:45 p.m.; Sunshine Villa, 1-2 p.m.; Nashville Public, 3-4:20 p.m.; Killbuck Public, 4:45-6:30 p.m. Friday — Spring Meadow School, 9:30-10:45 a.m.; Dublin School, 11:15 a.m.12:15 p.m.; Sunset View School, 1:15-2:30 p.m.

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Honor rolls

Waynedale High School Honor Roll, 4.00-4.00+ Seniors — Codey Chupp, Emily Ebert, Victoria Graf, Sarah Hiner, Nicholas Hixenbaugh, Carissa Keim, Myranda Keister, Benjamin Kick, Hannah Kiser, Alexandra Leeder, Heather Lehman, Kagen Luedemann, Cortland Mohler, Alyson Near, Alex Rodriguez, Ruthann Short, Nessa Shoup, Chelsey Smith, Harlie Sprouse, Dakota Stanley, Sylvia Troyer, Hannah Weaver, Tonya Weaver, Nicholas Wengerd. Juniors — Isaac Bixler, Carter Brewer, Emily Gerber, Hope Houchins, Allison Lester, Marcus Morrison, Alexis Mullins, LeAnn Odenkirk, Adarn Stutzman, Katelyn Wade, Taylor Whitworth, Rowena Zuercher. Sophomores — Justin

Gantz, Emily Hershberger, Ross Hofacre, Breanna Mullins, Nicole Singer, Kayla Tennefoss, Kirsten Troyer. Freshmen — JoEllen Badertscher, Caralyn Brewer, Rory Chabak, Pierce Christensen, Trace Gray, Alison Greathouse, Madelyn Hebb, Julie Keim, Michael Manion, Madison Maurer, Brianna Naumoff, Hailey Schlegel, Sadie Schlegel, Brady Troyer, Dylan Troyer, Lyndsey Yoder. Honor Roll, 3.50-3.99 Seniors — Cecilia Beichler, Corey Chupp, Allyson Culler, John Gray, Brandon Hawkins, Leroy Kauffman, Amy Keim, Zackery King, Anna Kitzmiller, Laura Long, Isaiah Marks, Mackenzie Maxwell, Paige Miller, Jason Orr, Logan Shirk, Rylee

Shoup, Tori Straits, Lance Troyer, Rhen Weaver, Kendra Wengerd, Ethan Yoder, Tiana Yoder. Juniors — Aaron Amstutz, Ashley Chenevey, Noah Culler, Nathan Fetzer, Dakota Fincham, Courtney Green, Daniel Hodge, Cody Knox, Kaprice Mast, Lauren McCarthy, Michaela Moore, Matthew Moskowitz, Adam Naumnoff, Jamie Nicklin, Emily Nussbaum, Lindsey Rogers, Nicholas Schlabach, James Staggs, Kristen Starcher, Logan Stutzman, Nathan Swartzentruber, Allen Terwilliger, Kayla Troyer, Ariel Walker. Sophomores — Titus Bixler, Katelyn Bowman, Ryan Chabak, Samuel Farrar, Madeline Frantz, Karmen Huntsberger, Maegan King, Sonja

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Lanier, Michelle Leighty, Jacob Leimeister, Grace Lemon, Lacy Lendon, Tessa Lewis, Kendall Lloyd, Denise Machamer, Lindsey McPhern, Leroy Miller, Charity Myers, Madison Near, Ryley Poling, Maime Rodriguez, Nicholas Scherer, Colleen Schmale, Sierra Shaw, Jason Short, Kyle Snyder, Parker Snyder, Reid Stanley, Nicholas Strausbaugh. Freshmen — Brandon Baanavor, Rachel Brown, Jacob Burkholder, Brianna Chenevey, Kristina Currans, Amanda Ebert, Jessica Hensel, Samantha Ice, Makayla Mast, Clayton Miller, Derrick Miller, Kyle Miller, Michael Murphy, Stacie Nelson, Brianna Potts, Matthew Short, Nathaniel Wade, Debra Wellman, Natasha Yoder.

Merit Roll, 3.00-3.49 Seniors — Kaylee Bellamy, Tabitha Bigley, Alicia Bizzell, Harli Cooper, Matthew Cottrill, Rachel Griffen, Drew Lester, Devin Mosier, Samantha Pohl, Tyler Wirth. Juniors — Daniel Badertscher, Taylor Basham, Garrett Detweiler, Geddy Fry, Clayton Glazier, Emily Jacobs, Eric Kachline, Amanda Kauffman, Nicholas Kruman, Lloyd Latsch, Tyler Sidle, Amanda Troyer. Sophomores — Nicholas Adkins, Tristan Anderson, Enrique Arzola, Melanie Atherton, Kristen Bagy, Chad Beckner, Noah Fetzer, Brice Gearhart, Magan Goch, Seth Green, Flor Gutierrez, Graham Hostetler, Colton Keim, Alydia Lemon, Chloe McPhern, Anthony Miller, Kristine Miller, Sirena

Miller, Taylor Mullen, Evan Reidenbach, Trevor Richardson, Brevin Riebe, Jaydon Schlabach, Jacob Shoup, Ashley Strait, Destini Underwood, Noah Vance, Kristian Wanner, Harlie Whitworth, Eloy Wolboldt, Greyden Yoder. Freshmen — Natalie Baker, Cameron Emerson, Austin Fraelich, Brent Gravius, Marcus Haskins, Nicole Henderson, Broderick Holmes, Solomon Holmes, Shey-Ann Hopkins, Lane Knox, Vincent Lane, Trevor Leeder, Rayne Leiner, Jennifer Lyons, Keith Miller, Rosanna Miller, Tyson Miller, Travis Montgomery, Brandon Peterson, Hannah Raber, Eder Rodriquez, Brittany Rowan, Elijah Rowland, Drew Schmale, Tori Stanley, Legend Stillings, Kimberly Taylor, Grant Yoder.

ECOT honor roll Zev McBane, a Holmes County sixth-grader, has earned a spot on the Honor Roll at ECOT (Electronic Classroom of Tomorrow). ECOT is an online public school serving more than 15,000 Ohio students in grades K-12. Students learn at home and attend classes online under the direction of state-certified teachers. Students must achieve all As and Bs in their core classes to earn their way onto the honor roll.

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On campus

Graduates from Walsh

BEXLEY — Capital University: Olivia Stutzman of Holmesville; Tara Yoder of Baltic; Kirsten Nickles of Loudonville. GROVE CITY, Pa. — Grove City College: Emily Beechy of Winesburg. LIMA — University of Northwestern Ohio: Christopher Patterson of Millersburg.

NORTH CANTON — More than 150 summer and fall graduates were awarded their degrees during Walsh University’s December Commencement Ceremony. Area graduates included Stephanie Justice of Wilmot, bachelor of science degree in biology.

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Don’t be a Drip this Season KSU announces graduates

ATHENS — Area residents who recently received degrees from Ohio University include: Emily Votaaw of Berlin, bachelor of science in journalism; Caleb Chapman of Warsaw, Seasonalbachelor Tips of science in communication.

KENT — Kent State University conferred degrees to fall graduates during commencement exercises Dec. 14. Area graduates include: David Sparling of Baltic, bachelor of science; Mary Cameron of War-

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saw, bachelor of science in nursing, cum laude; Kendrajo Fry of Warsaw, bachelor of business administration; Melinda Gintz of Dundee, associate of applied science, with distinction; Christopher Slabaugh of Dundee, associate of arts, with distinction; Cory Ewing of Millersburg, associate of applied science, with distinction; Marie Hlavin of Millersburg, bachelor of science in education; Jeremy Burnison of Shreve, master of education; Amelia Chamberlain of Shreve, bachelor of arts; Caleb Hostetler of Sugarcreek, bachelor of business administration, cum laude; Emily McCaslin of

Sugarcreek, bachelor of science in nursing, summa cum laude; Alex Zinkon of Sugarcreek, bachelor of business administration, cum laude; Samuel Children of Sugarcreek, master of education.

KSU announces dean’s list KENT — Area students earning dean’s list honors at Kent State University include: Baltic — Grace Ankrom, Nathan Miller, Blake Ott, Lacy Sexton, Lindsey Mast (4.0), Sarah Miller (4.0); Fresno — Lucas Berger, Kayla Tomon, Yolanda

Shaw (4.0); Warsaw — Austin Bible, Levi Dille, Samantha Ringwalt; Dundee — Emily Kaufman, Katie Kaufman, Brandon Meinke, Stephanie Potts, Samantha Schaar, Adriana Stutzman, DeVon Miller (4.0); Fredericksburg — James Miller; Holmesville — Ryan Byler (4.0); Killbuck — Denise Tennant (4.0); Millersburg — Nathan Ewing, Ciera Hall, Emilie Hershberger-Kirk, Alexandra Jaeb, Derek Kaufman, Jenna Polen, Christina Ramsey, Ashley Schlabach, Jordan Snow, Emily Stankiewicz, Benjamin Yoder,

Cory Ewing (4.0); Tyler Hostetler (4.0), Maria Straits (4.0), Kayla Yoder (4.0); Shreve — Abigail Benson, Shelby Griffin, Laken Lehr, Makenzie Shank (4.0); Sugarcreek — Nathaniel Alderfer, Allyson Chapman, Carly Dummermuth, Zachary Johnson, Kellie Mahaffey, Emily McCaslin, Brandon Miller, Braylee Miller, Jan Miller, Jevon Miller, Kelsie Miller, Ryan Miller, Wayne Raber, Lindsey Stutzman, Amanda Troyer, Katelyn Walter, Aaron Weaver, Luke Yoder, Alex Zinkon, Tyler Harman (4.0). See Pg. 24 — CAMPUS

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The Wilderness Center — Garlic Mustard Pulls, March 15, 29, 10 a.m.-? at The Wilderness Center. Why worry so much about invasive plants like garlic mustard occurring in natural areas? Well, the answer to the question is both simple and complex at the same time. Plants that are not native to North America usually have no natural enemy to keep their populations in check. They out-compete native plant communities for water and nutrients, and many produce chemicals that interrupt soil processes like nitrogen fixation. Loss of native plant communities can have a cascading effect that alters food webs, decreases nesting and foraging habitat for birds and mammals, and inhibits the germination of native tree and plant species. In other words, it decreases the biodiversity

of the planet. Eminent biologist and Harvard Professor Edward O. Wilson said that the two greatest threats to Earth’s biodiversity are habitat loss and invasive species. So volunteers are needed to begin pulling garlic mustard on March 1, 15 and 29 at TWC headquarters in Wilmot. Work will continue into April and May at TWC as well as several of the satellite preserves. If you or your group would like more information, contact Gary at 330-3595235 or Free. Visit for more information. — Bird Walk, Saturday, March 15, 8 a.m. at The Wilderness Center. Join TWC Birders Club on a walk to look for birds. All ages. Free. Visit www. for more information.

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Akron U announces graduates AKRON — The University of Akron has released its fall 2013 graduate list. Area students earning degrees include: Big Prairie — Hannah Palmer, bachelor of arts child development; Paul Skolmutch, bachelor of science in education sport studies-sport management; Holmesville — Kenton Lemon, bachelor of science in education middle level education-language arts/social studies; Killbuck — Bridee Morris, bachelor of science biology; Loudonville — Christopher Strong, bachelor of science mechanical engineering tech; Sean Gorrell, bachelor of arts sociology-criminology and law enforcement; Bobbi Eggeman, bachelor of arts in education AYA — integrated language arts; Allie Lance, bachelor of science in education exercise science — physiology;

Millersburg — Casey Hochstetler, bachelor of business administration marketing management program; Caleb Weaver, bachelor of science in computer science computer science — management; Tara McCulloch, Master of Applied Politics Applied Politics; Shreve — Cody Montgomery, bachelor of business administration marketing management program.

leadership ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla. — Sierra Sage of Big Prairie was part of a group of 65 Flagler College freshmen honored by Omicron Delta Kappa, the college’s leadership organization, for distinguishing themselves while building their legacy at Flagler. The honored students were nominated by college faculty members, staff and current ODK members.

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Receive scholarships ASHLAND — The following local residents have been accepted into Ashland University for the Fall 2014 semester: Emily Byler of Killbuck will receive a Provost’s Scholarship for $8,000 annually. Byler is a senior at West Holmes High School. Brooke Larimore of Killbuck will receive an Ambassador Award for $1,500 annually. Larimore is a senior at West Holmes High School.

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Area students earning dean’s list honors at their respective schools include: BLUFFTON — Bluffton University: Neil Mast, Caleb Halfhill and Natasha Yoder of Millersburg; Zachary Kornhaus, Bradley Schlabach of Fredericksburg. MARS HILL, N.C. — Mars Hill University: Daniel Nelson of Big Prairie. HIRAM — Hiram College: Rachel Major of Walnut Creek. OXFORD — Miami University: Rebecca Rohr of Millersburg.

AAUW pansy sale under way The 18th annual Holmes County Branch of American Association of University Women pansy sale is under way. Pansies in 12-inch market baskets of assorted colors are $10.

Orders must be placed by March 28 for pick up on April 12 at Holmes Fire District No. 1, Millersburg, between 9 a.m. and noon. Proceeds benefit Every Woman’s House of Wayne

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Hiland Middle and High School Principal’s List, All A’s Seventh grade — Colby Mast, Rachel Schmucker, Marcus Moan, Kayli Keim, Natalie Yoder, Kody Miller, Shana Miller, Tiffany Weaver, Aleah Schrock, Ricky Miller, Brandon Hostetler, Declan Howell, Joshua Schlabach, Taryn Schlabach, Lakota Mast, Andy Miller, Kortney Schlabach, Hannah Gerber, Whitney Conn, Lindsey Mast. Eighth grade — Jennifer Wood, Alec Yoder, Arryn Schlabach, Emma Menuez, Kennedy Schlabach, Mackenzie Maurer, Grace Mullet, Chase Wells. Freshmen — Yisra Omran, Allyson Miller, Madeline Kauffman, Tristen Troyer, Kurtis Yoder, Kendra Miller, Isabelle Fowler, Jared Yoder, Allison Miller, Nicole Overholt, Shane Miller, Angela Troyer, Brooke Stutzman, Amanda Yoder. Sophomores — Vanessa Troyer, Brady Conn, Brittany E. Miller, Lachelle Mast, Tori Yoder, Charis

Fischer, Miranda Somers, Megan Beechy, Emma Yoder, Brenda Miller, Eric Mullet, Kobe Miller, Austin Mast, Sherilyn Schrock. Juniors — Luke Hochstetler, Benny Beachy, Rachelle Yoder, Eric Miller, Taylor G. Miller, Amanda Yoder, Sabrina Miller, Preston Stutzman. Seniors — Daniel Schlabach, Bradley Troyer, Addison Miller, Jon Phillips, Darian Pacula, Maryssa Mast, Braxton Mullet, Brittany Keim, Logan Miller, Jalayna Hershberger, Makenzie Gingerich, Melinda Yoder, Hailey Miller, Emily Yoder, Jenica Schrock, Sarah Regan, Ethan Spencer, Jordan Yoder. Honor Roll, 3.50+ Seventh grade — Jadon Hostetler, Michael Shoup, Matthew J. Miller, Christian Troyer, Marissa Somers, Alexis Yoder, Drew Yoder, Haylee Davison, Hayleigh Scheufler, Kyle Miller, Diane Mast,

Sarah Kurtz, Courtney Mullet, Elizabeth Troyer, Alisha Miller, Sheila Troyer, Brooke Miller, Sydney Torrence, Olivia Lowe, Lori J. Miller, Abigail Schrock, Tyler Kline, Violet Miller, Emma Kline, Falyn Miller, Michael Yoder. Eighth grade — Hannah Miller, Terrell Gingerich, Jason Mast, Alisha Hershberger, Hunter Mast, Lexi Kaufman, Deanna Shetler. Freshmen — Ashley Weaver, Hannah Beach, Braden Mast, Noah Sommers, Michaela Kandel, Lexi Miller, Selena Miller, Christopher Kline, Jessica Troyer, Turner Horn, Joe Agha-Khan, Benny Beachy, Alijah Chupp, Tenieka Miller, Deanna Gingerich, Olivia Mast, Heidi Troyer. Sophomores — Benjamin Miller, James Yoder, Sheila Mast, Brandi Raber, Hallee Zinck, Mark Schlabach, Andrew Miller, Rhiana Schlabach, Brandon Raber, Elizabeth Boyles,

Zach Miller, Arlen Mast, Sarah Menuez, Lindsey Yoder, Kendra Yoder, Mikayla Ryan, Stephanie Regan, Shawn Erb, Logan Weaver, Julee Zinck. Juniors — Kelsey Mast, Tonya Beachy, Justin Wagler, Brandt Miller, Brandon Kozak, Kyle Gerber, Benay Miller, Megan Beachy, Alana Miller, Melanie Hostetler, Clyde Yoder, Morgan Troyer, Chloe Torrence, Cameron Yoder, Ariah Riggle, Briana Mast, Brennan Coil, Lydia Beach, Collin Blochlinger, Juanita Miller, Taylor L. Miller, Alex Mast, Berta Gomez, Elizabeth Anderson, Jaylan Miller, Alex Troyer, Kendra Kline, Brandi Schlabach, Morgan Gingerich, Krista Hershberger. Seniors — Ashley Miller, Josh Phillips, David Yoder, Kevin Yoder Tyler Hochstetler, Felicia Hostetler, Jamie Mullet, Kaitlyn Raber, Lauren Schrock, Tyler Grate, Sara Hostetler, Allison Thiebaud, Sierra

Miller, Renita Yoder, Trey Hawkins, Jillian Troyer, Andrew Kline, McKenna Smith, Kyle Troyer, Creed Hostetler, Javan Yoder. Merit Roll, 3.00-3.49 Seventh grade — Cozette Torrence, Abby Miller, Carlee Amos, Tyler Yoder, Derek Hostetler, Marcus Miller, Brittany Troyer, Alyssa Cooper, Ryan Hershberger, Clay Beechy, Alex Ventura, Hunter Miller, Alex Mast, Bailey Troyer, Emily Troyer, Harrison Coblentz, Madisynn Bryk, Kendall Hochstetler, Sydney Yoder, Mya Blochlinger, Alexis Raber, Logan Miller, Brandon Raber. Eighth grade — Kobe Troyer, Patricia Raber, Joey Miller, Blaine Miller, Sara Keim, Jordan Smith, Patrick Miller, Hannah Kandel, Kaleb Miller, Delilah Hochstetler, Damien Kandel, Gabe Brown, Erin Weaver, John Sisson, Cameron Hershberger, Steven Beachy. Freshmen — Ryan Mast,

Cherokee Wells, Mikenzie Ryan, Sierra Weaver, Matthew Troyer, Diane Yoder, Jolene Miller, Kenny Slabaugh, Garrett Miller, Kolton Wile, Sinjon Howell, Clay Gerber, Natalie Byler, Darius Rolince, Brittany Wengerd, Michael Miller. Sophomores — Laverne Hostetler, Megan Kandel, Adam Grate, Riley Hershberger, Sarah Kaufman, David Mast, Brittany N. Miller, Davy Beachy, Hayleigh Pearce, Jude Klever, Charlie Schlabach, Allison Aleshire, Zach Coblentz, Rachel Raber, Brady Schlabach, Alicia Miller, Nikyta Engstrom, Jacob Kalman, Damon Hostetler, Bruce Troyer, Michael Miller. Juniors — Madison Anderson, Hailey Yoder, Amber Hochstetler, Zach Lowe, Mackenzie Miller, Kendra Troyer. Seniors — Megan Gerber, Enos Miller, Lucas Mast, Regina Hochstetler, Elizabeth Lotut.

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Lady Knights earn third straight trip to state tourney Clark and Brittleigh Macaulay chipped in six points apiece. “Their size and length affected us tremendously,” Maysville coach Pat Miller said. “Their defense and length and everything were so outstanding. We kind of froze a little bit. “ The Panthers saw their 26-game winning streak ended by the Knights, who also sent the Panthers packing last year, stopping a 24-game winning skein at that time. “I think the biggest thing was, we talked about coming in here tonight and winning four quarters,” Patterson said. “We came up short in the first quarter, and these kids don’t come up short very often. Things started to change then. “In the second quarter, the gap probably could’ve been a little wider than it was,” the coach continued. “We had a couple empty possessions. I didn’t think we could wear Maysville out, but they appeared tired at halftime. The looks on their faces at halftime, I felt we had them where we wanted them.” Clark scored a three-point play on the first possession of the game, but the Knights scored only one more bucket the rest of the period, a layup by Starr, as the Knights trailed 7-5 after the opening eight minutes of action. Kayla Hall swished a triple to give the Panthers the lead at the end of one. Darci Davis stroked a 3-pointer from the corner for a 10-5 lead to open the second quarter, and Capria Hall turned a turnover into a basket and a 12-5 Maysville lead. Macaulay scored inside and Molnar stroked a triple from the corner to pull West Holmes back to within two. Brown stuck back a miss of her own 3-point attempt to tie the game and Sny

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There is no thrill like snaring that first foul ball What could former Cleveland Indians utility infielder Dave Rosello and Manny Ramirez possibly have in common? Rosello finished the last three years of his nine-year career in Cleveland from 1979 to ’81. He was a career .236 hitter who never played more than 71 games for the Tribe in any of his three seasons in the wigwam. Ramirez, on the other hand, was a 19-year Major League veteran with a career batting average of .312 whose career began with Cleveland, where he spanked 236 of his 555 career homers. To answer the query I posed, the two former Tribesman were on the polar ends of my first foul ball and last one I fielded at Indians games. In the spring of 1980, I was a freshman at Cleveland State. I was also an employee of the Cleveland Indians, which entitled me to four free tickets to any Indians ball game I wanted to attend. I had just started dating my future bride, and brought her and her two sisters to a game. We were seated in the second row of reserved seats just to the right

ing foul balls, so I rolled the ball over the roof of Kevin the photo bay and a kid Lynch Prior to Friday’s Div. II Zanesville sitting in the front row Regional championship game, the huge went home happy that Staff Writer throng of Maysville fans were chanting, night. “We want West Holmes.” One of the grizzled old Best be careful what you wish for. photographers I shared As the clock was winding down in the my space with barked fourth quarter of the regional final at the of home plate in the “what are you doing?” as sold-out Winland Gymnasium at Zanesold Municipal Stadium, I got rid of the ball, and ville High School, with the Knights comwhen Rosello checked I admitted I didn’t quite fortably nursing an 18-point lead, the his swing and the ball know we were allowed West Holmes faithful bellowed, “You glanced to the right of to keep souvenirs. got West Holmes.” the screen behind the As a former Indians West Holmes turned up the defensive plate, and bounced off souvenir salesman, I intensity in the second half, attacking the empty seat just to had more than my share the Panthers with the ferocity of wolves, my right. I picked up the of Tribe junk over the holding Maysville to 10 points over the ball and gave it to my years, and didn’t think I final 16 minutes as the Knights earned future sister-in-law (after needed more. their third straight trip to the state tourgetting Rosello to autoLater in the summer nament with a 45-26 thrashing of the graph it). She still wasn’t of 1980, while attendPanthers before a crowd of 2,227 paying impressed with her sising a behind the fence patrons. ter’s choice in beaus. party in centerfield, The win advances the 27-0 Knights to Many years later, while my future wife and her the state semifinal at 3 p.m. on Thurssitting in the third base sister and I were enjoyday against the winner of Beloit West photo bay as a working ing the pre-game picnic Branch and Akron St. Vincent-St. Mary, member of the media, when somebody yelled to be played today. during the 1997 season “Look out.” Somebody “Getting to state once is a huge accomwhen the Indians finally taking batting practice plishment,” West Holmes coach Lisa fulfilled my lifelong launched a homer over Patterson said. “Getting there twice, and dream of seeing them the fence and it bounced then three times — what does that say play in the World Series, right onto our table, about our seniors? Our kids hold themRamirez hit a hundrednearly ruining the deliselves to such high expectations. Those hopper that trickled cious potato salad. three seniors are phenomenal. We are toward the photo bay. My sweetheart and who we are because they changed our When I think of how her sister took the ball program. They’ve been to state three hard Ramirez had hit over to have it signed by times. That hasn’t happened for a while.” some baseballs during the Indians players who The Knights utilized their size and balhis career, to be able to were visiting at the party. ance, getting 12 points from senior Emily pick up a ball he hit on After what seemed Molnar, who hit the team’s only 3-point the slow roll was pretty like an eternity, I finally shot. Senior Laina Snyder chipped in cool. wandered over to find nine points and grabbed double-digit I wasn’t sure, however, my girlfriend talking rebounds, while junior Alex Starr added if as a member of the with Tribe relief pitcher eight points and sophomores Hannah See Pg. 27 — STATE media I should be field- Mike Stanton. It tuned out he was a budding artist as well as a Major League pitcher and they were talking shop. It was a good thing Stanton had another trade to turn to after his baseball career fizzled with a 13-22 career mark. Of course, he did have 13 more wins at the Major League level than I ever did, so who am I to criticize? And, I did wind up with the better artist. I had several other foul ball experiences, like the time Boston second baseman Marty Barrett hit consecutive pitches to my friend and his buddy, who was visiting from Beantown. I procured some seats in the front row of the upper deck behind home plate for us and it turned out While many colleges have long waiting lists, COTC admits qualified students to to be quite a memorable evening for all of us. its nursing programs each semester. With four campus locations, low tuition and Some people can go experienced faculty, COTC can help you start your nursing career right away. a lifetime without ever coming close to catching a foul ball. I had to wait until I was working for the Cleveland Indians to Newark • Coshocton • Knox • Pataskala snare mine. By KEVIN LYNCH Staff Writer

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No miracle finish for Hawks in district final By KEVIN LYNCH Staff Writer The Hiland Hawks were unable to come up with another miracle finish in the Div. IV District championship Saturday against Malvern. After battling back from a 16-point deficit late in the third quarter, the Hawks put themselves in position for a last-chance shot at tying the game, but the Hornets denied an attempt and escaped with a 62-59 victory and now wear the crown of Eastern District champions. Malvern (18-6) moves on to face Richmond Heights Tuesday in the regional semifinal at the Canton Fieldhouse. The Hawks bow out at 23-3. Malvern stormed out to a 16-point lead in the first quarter and then held on as

State (From Page 26) der put the Knights back on top 14-12. Starr scored again inside for a 16-12 lead before Russell hit a 3-pointer to trim the lead to 16-15. Molnar split a pair of free throws, and stuck back the miss for a 19-15 lead. It was 19-16 Knights at intermission. Patterson joked that it must be those motivational halftime speeches she gives, nothing to do with the talent of her team, that makes West Holmes play so well in the second half. “It couldn’t have anything to do with how great these kids are,” she said. “We are blessed. We don’t have many, we don’t have any weaknesses. We have guards who can handle the ball, we have shooters from the outside, we have post players, we have a team of kids who buy into the fact that they will play defense for 32 minutes. That’s a special thing.” After the teams traded buckets to make it 21-18, West Holmes went on a 13-4 run to close out the period, opening up a 34-22 lead with eight minutes remaining. That run was ignited after a steal by Snyder who went the length of the floor and then dished to Paiten Strother. Strother missed the shot, but Snyder was there to stick back the miss, and she was fouled. She missed the free throw, but Starr put back the missed foul shot for a

Hiland clawed its way back. The Hawks missed their first six shots from the field and turned the ball over twice as Malvern opened a 7-0 lead. Todd Ropp scored inside and Collin Blochlinger dropped in a 3-pointer and the Hawks had it back to within 9-5. Malvern freshman guard Jaret Majestic answered with a triple of his own and 6-foot-7 junior post Mitch Loomis scored six of his game-high 25 points in a run that saw Malvern open a 19-5 advantage. Trey Tucci made it 21-5 before Blochlinger was fouled as time expired, and the junior hit all three free throws to give Hiland a pulse, trailing 21-8 after the opening period. Hiland shot a woeful 2-for-13 from the field in the quarter, and things

didn’t improve much in the second as Tucci sliced and diced his way to the basket and dropped a 3-pointer to beat the buzzer, giving Malvern a 34-19 lead at the half. “We felt our guys were ready to go, but we had a really bad start to the game,” Hiland coach Mark Schlabach said. “We missed some shots we should’ve made and Malvern played really well. We got off to a bad start and it kind of snowballed on us. Up until the second half started, things were just really going their way. “One of the things I was disappointed with our guys, too many of our shots were highly contested,” the coach continued. “That’s what I was upset with at halftime. We hesitated on our shots. Part of that was Malvern. They had all the momentum and our guys

felt they didn’t want to make any mistakes. “We didn’t do a good job of guarding the ball,” Schlabach added. “We knew we had to pressure the ball, having a size disadvantage, and they just ran around us. The guards went around us and help was late. Malvern just did a really good job. They played very well in the first half.” The Hawks unleashed Ropp on the Hornets in the third quarter, and the senior scored eight of Hiland’s 19 points in the period, closing within 49-38 heading to the fourth. Ropp capped off his career with 22 points and 11 rebounds to lead the Hawks. “We were struggling to get much going offensively, and we made a decision that we were going to get Todd as many touches as we possibly could,” Schla-

bach said. “Win or lose, we were going to go out with him making plays for us. Great effort down the stretch, that fourth foul kind of took him out of his game a little bit, but he played very well.” The Hawks outscored the Hornets 9-2 to open the fourth period, closing to within 51-47 with just over five minutes remaining. Malvern took a timeout to stem the momentum, but threw the ball away coming out of the break and Ropp scored to pull the Hawks back to 51-49. Loomis split a pair of free throws to give Malvern a three-point lead and Ropp struck again, leaving the Hawks down one, 52-51. Tucci drilled a pair of freebies for the Hornets to make it 54-51 with three minutes remaining. A Brennan Coil jumper pulled the Hawks back to 54-53, but Loomis tacked on two free throws at the other end to make the lead three again, 56-53, with 1:28 remaining. Blochlinger scored, but after Malvern milked some clock, the Hornets got one of the biggest rebounds of the game from senior guard Mitch Haasz. “Collin made that layup that put us down one. I should’ve called a timeout to get Brennan back in there for defense,” Schlabach said. “That was the possession where they got that really big rebound and the three-point play. That was huge.” Haasz yanked down a miss and stuck back Kevin Lynch photo the shot and was fouled, Paiten Strother (from left), Taylor Yerian, Alex Brown and Laina Snyder of extending the lead to 59-55 the undefeated, and No. 1-ranked West Holmes girls basketball team hold with 38 seconds to play. up the Div. II Zanesville Regional championship trophy after the Knights beat previously unbeaten Maysville 45-26 Friday. With the victory, 27-0 West Holmes heads to Columbus for the Final Four on Thursday.

“I think Mitch’s rebound and three-point play was the play of the game,” Malvern coach Dennis Tucci said. “He came out of nowhere to get that rebound.” Ropp scored to cut the lead in half, but Majestic split a pair of free throws with 20 seconds remaining, for a 60-57 lead. The freshman then forced a turnover on Hiland with 16 seconds remaining. He then drilled two free throws to put the Hornets up five. Ropp scored to make it 62-59 with seven seconds remaining, and Loomis missed two free throws, giving Hiland one last chance with three seconds to play, but lightning never strikes twice. The inbounds pass to Ropp at midcourt was knocked away and there were no last-second heroics. “This is the scrappiest group of seniors I’ve ever had,” Schlabach said. “They were not going to give up, and they played hard. We played really hard to get back in that game. If we had gone to overtime, I don’t know if we’d have had anything in the tank. They were pretty tired. “Every game, we’ve always said between Brady (Schlabach), Collin (Blochlinger), Lucas (Mast) and Jordan (Yoder), two of those guys have to score,” Schlabach added. “Tonight we only got one, and that kind of hurt us when those guys can’t get it going. Our offense becomes onedimensional.” Malvern coach Tucci said he felt Lady Luck was on his side for a change.


31-20 spread. “I think it was a little bit of fatigue,” Miller said. “They’ve been here before. They’re used to it. Big crowd tonight. My kids played hard. That’s all I could ask of them. West Holmes is a very good ... They’re a great team.” Buckets inside by Macaulay and Starr helped the Knights open a 16-point lead that swelled to 20 on a pair of free throws by Molnar. “We talked about using our size to dominate, take away their driving lanes,” Patterson said. “We don’t play too much zone, but we wanted to keep our posts in the paint so they were there to rebound. Their guards can shoot

the ball and they’re quicker than us. They had a tremendous season. We just happened to have a little more size.” Molnar gave out a big sigh of relief after the game. “I’m so relieved,” she said. “I know I’m going

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Ruth Allison, 96 A rose so rare, one of a kind, love and beauty – My Mother Ruth Casey Allison, 96, departed this life on March 4, 2014, to begin her life in eternity with Jesus.

Ruth was born Sept. 1, 1917, in Killbuck Township to Charles and Mina (Lint) Casey, and married Donovan W. Allison in August of 1933. He preceded her in death.

Ruth was a kind-hearted, loving person. She was devoted to her family and friends. She was a blessing and inspiration to all who knew and loved her. She was a member of Millersburg

Christian Church. Surviving are a son, Duane (Mary) Allison of Bristol, Tenn.; a grandson, Richard (Nickie) Allison, and a greatgrandson, Casey Allison of Bristol, Tenn.; and a sister,

Beulah Wells of Millersburg. In addition to her husband, she was preceded in death by a sister, Blanche Hoxworth; brothers, Carl and Raymond Casey; and grandson, David Allison. The family would like to say a special thank you to the staff of the Holmes County Home for their many kindnesses in taking care of Ruth. Also a heartfelt thank you goes to Mary Conrad and Norma Hoxworth for their kindness and

helpfulness in watching over and taking care of Ruth. Funeral services were Friday, March 7 at 7 p.m. at Alexander Funeral Home, Millersburg, with the Rev. Jerry Craycraft officiating. Interment was Saturday, March 8 in Oak Hill Cemetery, Millersburg, Pallbearers were friends and family. The family asks that donations be made to the Holmes County Home Memorial Fund.

Joe Galford, 78 Joe R. Galford, 78, of Killbuck, died Wednesday, March 5, 2014, at his home after an extended illness. He was born June 15, 1935, in Pocahontas County,W.Va., the son of Jack and Arminda (Fowler) Galford, and married Shirley Jean Arnold on April 30, 1954. She preceded him in death March 19, 2005. He retired from Hill Drilling Co. of Killbuck, and was a member of Killbuck VFW and Killbuck Sportsman Club. Surviving are sons, Mike (Tina) Galford, Tony Galford and Rick (Dusty) Galford, all of Killbuck, grandchildren, Joe R. (Sarah) Galford Jr., Joy (Josh) Neptune and Amanda (Chad) Uhler; great-grandchildren, Makala Neptune and Evan Uhler; step-grandchildren, Brock, Blake and Kasy Judson, Devin Williams, and Amanda Jackson; sisters, Norma Shaffer of Wooster, Margie (Jim) Barnhart of Millersburg, Janette Thomas of Glenmont, Louise Conner of Holmesville, and Gladys (John) Gray of Wooster; and

a special, friend, Roxanne Sheldon of Killbuck. In addition to his wife, he was preceded in death by his parents; a brother, Roy Galford; a sister, Waneta Carter; and a grandson, Jeremy Galford. Graveside services were March 9 in Killbuck Cemetery with pastor Wendell Sinclair officiating. Arrangements were by Alexander Funeral Home, Millersburg. The family suggests memorial contributions be made to LifeCare Hospice, 2525 Back Orrville Road, Wooster 44691.

Monroe Miller, 81 Monroe J. Miller, 81, 3595 Township Road 414, Dundee, died Friday, Feb. 28, 2014, at his home after a period of declining health. He was born March 9, 1932, in Holmes County to the late Jonas A. and Anna (Beachy) Miller, and married Anna Mast on Jan. 30, 1958. She survives. He was a retired farmer, a member of the Old Order Amish Church and was ordained a minister in 1972. Surviving in addition to his wife, are children, Reuben (Elizabeth) Miller and Jonas (Sarah) Miller, both of Dundee, Esther (Robert) Miller of Sugarcreek, Aaron (Martha) Miller of the home, Mary (Roy) Raber of Baltic, Elizabeth (Paul) Erb and Rebecca (Malva) Nisley, both of Millersburg, Naomi (John) Yoder of Baltic, Moses

(Fannie) Miller of Dundee, and Andrew (Kathryn) Miller of Millersburg; 72 grandchildren; 36 greatgrandchildren; sisters, Amanda Hershberger of Millersburg, Susan Schlabach of Fredericksburg, Ella (Mose) Miller and Anna (Mike) Yoder, both of Millersburg; and a brother-in-law, Levi Stutzman of Millersburg. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by an infant daughter; and siblings, Andrew, Mose, Eli, Malinda, Sarah and Ida. Services were Monday, March 3 at the Miller residence, with Bishop Albert Hochstetler officiating. Burial was in Miller Cemetery, Walnut Creek Township, Holmes County. Arrangements were handled by Smith-Varns Funeral Home, Sugarcreek.

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Raven Caskey, 31 Raven Nicole Caskey, 31, Millersburg, passed away Sunday morning, March 9, 2014, from injuries sustained in an automobile accident. Funeral services will be Friday at 7 p.m. at Alexander Funeral Home, Millersburg, with Cory Fazer officiating. Friends may call from Friday from 5-7 p.m. at the funeral home. The family suggests memorial contributions be made in her name to Millersburg Eagles Ladies Auxiliary. She was born Nov. 24, 1982, in Millersburg, the daughter of Stephen Worley and Nancy Ann Caskey. Raven was born and raised in Holmes County and lived there her whole life. She was the life of every room she walked into. She was never without a smile. She attended West Holmes High School and Laurel Oaks Horse Training School in Hillsboro. Raven was a member of Millersburg Eagles and Millersburg American Legion. She was a trainer for Standard Breed Race Horses, and enjoyed riding motorcycles, rescuing pets, gardening, riding

horses and mudding. Surviving are children Bo Kandel of Millersburg and Jarret Palmer of Glenmont; brothers Jake Caskey of Hillsboro and Steve Worley of Millersburg; a sister, Cheyanne Blevens of Millersburg; a niece, Paislee Caskey; her father, Stephen Worley of Missouri; her mother and stepfather, Nancy and John Schlabach of Millersburg; several aunts, uncles, cousins and friends; her best friend, Jennifer Phillips; her boyfriend, Charlie Burt Jr.; and her rescue pets, Maddie and Milo. She was preceded in death by her maternal grandparents, Howard and Mildred Caskey.

Donald Ralston Sr., 78 Donald Q. Ralston Sr., 78, of Wooster, passed away Monday, March 3, 2014, at his home. He was born Aug. 24, 1935, in Holmes County, the son of Roy and Hattie Low Ralston and married Ivalee Keathling in 1978. She survives. He had been an auto mechanic and a truck driver. Donald loved building car models and working on cars. He served his country with the U.S. Army during the Korean War. Surviving in addition to his wife, are chilren, Donald Jr. (Joyce) Ralston of Shiloh, Ill., Shirley (Roger) Smith, Nancy (Orlando) Rodriguez and Janet (Gary) Smith, all of Wooster; stepdaughters, Donna (Dave) Rainey of Wooster and Christine (Kennis) Halls of Grethel, Ky.; grandchildren, Megan Hicks, Brandon Ralston, Emily Rodriguez, Bryan Ralston, Lauren Ralston, Allyson Smith, Caitlyn Smith, Justin Smith and Jennifer Phillips; and 11 great-grandchildren. Donald was preceded in death by his first wife, Alicia DeCastro Ralston in 1972; an infant daughter,

Susie Ralston; his parents; brothers, Delbert and Bud Ralston; and a sister, Joan Lutz. Private family services were held. Burial was in Ohio Western Reserve National Cemetery, Rittman. McIntire, Bradham & Sleek Funeral Home, 216 E. Larwill St., Wooster, assisted the family. Online condolences may be left for the family at Contributions may be made to LifeCare Hospice Inc., 2525 Back Orrville Road, Wooster 44691; or American Cancer Society, 525 N. Broad St., Canfield 44406.

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Obituaries Sue Amstutz, 62 Sue Ellen Amstutz, 62, of Fredericksburg, died peacefully surrounded by her loving family on Monday evening, March 3, 2014, from cancer, which she denied would ever define her life. Sue was born May 29, 1951, in Millersburg to James and Shirley (Benson) McKelvey and graduated from Waynedale High School in 1969. She had attended Akron University and on July 6, 1974, married Alan Amstutz. He survives. Sue had taught in an Amish School, had worked at Wayne County National Bank and at Apple Creek Developmental Center. For the last 26 years, she enjoyed working at Weaver’s True Value Hardware in Fredericksburg. She had made her home in Fredericksburg all of her life and was an active member of Fredericksburg Presbyterian Church, where she held various offices and delivered the children’s sermons on Sundays. She will be remembered for her Burning Bush sermon and for almost burning down the church. She had served on Fredericksburg Board of Public Affairs and had been village clerk for several years. She was a member of Fredericksburg East Cemetery Board had been a 4-H adviser. In 2011, she was honored as a Fredericksburg Citizen of the Year. Sue was an avid reader and loved gardening and was known for the beautiful day lilies around her home. She will be greatly missed by her husband, Alan; children, Adam (Nicole) Amstutz and Zachary Amstutz, both of Fredericksburg and

Mollie (Aaron) Conley of Wooster; a granddaughter, Allyson Amstutz of the home, whom she had raised and grandchildren, JR Pruitt, Cole Raymond, Dylan Amstutz, Ethan Amstutz, Tate Amstutz, Annelise Amstutz, Adrian Amstutz, Lincoln Conley and Hudson Conley; her mother, Shirley McKelvey of Fredericksburg; a brother, Kelly (Connie) McKelvey of Fredericksburg; sisters, Jill (Jack) Rohr of Navarre and Tami McKelvey of Wooster; nieces, nephews and a host of family and friends, including devoted friend, Claudia Ward of Fredericksburg. Services were March 7 at 11 a.m. at Fredericksburg Presbyterian Church, with the Rev. Jack McClelland officiating. Burial was in Fredericksburg East Cemetery. Murray Funeral Home in Fredericksburg handled arrangements. Tributes may be shared at www. Murray-Funeral-Home. com. Memorial contributions may be made to LifeCare Hospice, 2525 Back Orrville Road, Wooster 44691. The family extends their sincere thanks to the staff at LifeCare Hospice and Dr. Lawrence Stallings for their wonderful care and support.

Ralph Petrick, 71 Ralph Adolph Petrick, 71, Wooster, passed away Monday morning, March 10, 2014, at Sycamore Run Nursing Home, Millersburg, following a short illness. Services will be Friday at 1:30 p.m. in Ohio Western Reserve National Cemetery, Rittman, with pastor David Truit officiating. Friends may call Friday from 10 a.m.-noon at Alexander Funeral Home, Millersburg. The family suggests memorial contributions be made to LifeCare Hospice, 2525 Back Orrville Road, Wooster 44691. He was born Feb. 10, 1943, in Oconto Falls, Wis., the son of Adolph and Esther Marie (Carlson) Petrick, and was a Vietnam War veteran serving his country in the U.S. Marines from 1960-64. He had worked at Rubbermaid Inc. in Wooster for more than 20 years, loved riding motorcycles

and enjoyed fishing and the outdoors. Ralph was a member of Wooster American Legion and the National Rifle Association. Surviving are his first wife, Sherrill Jean Juve Johnson, and their children, Rodger Petrick of Loudonville and Pamela (Petrick) Beaire of Orrville; Pamela’s children are Riley Beaire and Kacey Esbenshade. He then married Norma Jean Petrick and she preceded him in death. He later married Candace Lee Emler, who survives along with their daughter, Erica Umstead of Wooster, and her children, Cyrus and Nevaeh Umstead. Also surviving are a sister, Ruth Marie Petrick; five nieces and nephews; and his childhood friends, Wayne and Yvonne Damp and Jerry Gauthier, all of Wisconsin. He was preceded in death by his parents.

Daniel Borntrager, 79

Daniel J. Borntrager, 79, Creek; 30 grandchildren; 5631 Township Road 419, 10 great-grandchildren; Millersburg, died Friday, brothers, Junior (Barbara) March 7, 2014, at his home Borntrager of Sugarcreek, after an extended illness. Allan (Anna) Borntrager He was born May 1, of Mount Hope and Abe 1934, in Plain City, to the (Nettie) Borntrager of late Jonas N. and Louella Montana; sisters, Katie (Yoder) Borntrager, and (Emanuel) Raber of married Esta D. Miller Berlin, Verna (Leroy) on May 29, 1958. She sur- Stutzman of Sugarcreek, vives. Mary (Mike) Yoder of He was a retired farmer, Mount Hope and Louella woodworker and a mem- Kaufman of Barrs Mill. ber of the New Order In addition to his parAmish Church. ents, he was preceded in Surviving in addition death by a brother, Edwin to his wife, are children, Borntrager; and a brotherDean Allen Borntrager of in-law, Firman Kaufman. the home, Karen Louise Services were March 9 at (Ervin) Miller of Walnut 9 a.m. at the John R. HerCreek, Rosanna (David shberger residence, 5550 Alan) Yoder and Bruce County Road 172, Millers(Laura) Borntrager, both burg, with Bishop Noah L. of Winesburg, Becky (Joe) Troyer officiating. Burial Yoder of Kidron, Miriam was in Miller Cemetery, Esta (Marvin) Wengerd Walnut Creek Township, of Walnut Creek, Mar- Holmes County. Richard Young, 78 tha Faye (Linford) Glick Arrangements were Richard H. Young, 78, of Richard (Cathie) Young of of Pennsylvania and handled by Smith-Varns Millersburg, formerly of Stafford, Va.; nine grand- Ann Elizabeth (Josiah) Funeral Home, SugarMount Vernon, died Fri- children; four step-grand- Schrock of Walnut creek. day March 7, 2014, at Sce- children; and 13 greatnic Pointe Nursing Home grandchildren. in Millersburg. Funeral services were Dr. Robert Sears Richard was born Aug. March 12 at Dowds-SnyIndependent Doctor of Optometry 26, 1935, in Holmes Coun- der Funeral Home, 201 Located Inside ty, one of 12 children, and Newark Road, Mount Millersburg was a veteran of the U.S. Vernon 43050. Burial with Navy. He attended Lake- military honors by Knox Wal Mart holm Church of the Naza- County Joint Veterans Vision Center rene in Mount Vernon. Council, was in Mount VerBasic Eye Exam Contact Lens Exam Surviving are a daugh- non Memorial Gardens. ter, Tammy Jo (Kevin) To send a private online $ 00 $ 00 Helms of Brinkhaven, Jack condolence to the family, (Hope) Young of Fred- visit www.snyderfuneralCALL FOR APPOINTMENT ericktown, and Michael 330-674-3564



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Jacob Arnholt, 86 Jacob R. “Jake” Arnholt, 86, of Big Prairie, Ohio passed away Saturday evening, March 1, 2014, at his home after a two-year illness. He was born Feb. 6, 1928, in Loudonville, and was the son of Glen and Ella (Wiggins) Arnholt. On April 23, 1948, he married Nancy Marie Martin and she survives. He was a farmer all his life and worked in the Oil Fields, retiring from Hill Drilling in 1990. Surviving in addition to his wife are  five children, Paul (Patsy) Arnholt of Big Prairie, Kenny (Gloria)

Arnholt of Wooster, Betty Arnholt and Dale Arnholt, both of Shreve, and Doris (Bob) Spurgeon of Killbuck; five grandchildren; 10 great-grandchildren; a brother, Clayton (Zella) Arnholt of Wooster; and sisters, Marilyn Akins of Wooster and Verda Glasgo of Loudonville. He was preceded in death by his parents; a son, Carl; a brother, Eugene; and sisters, Eileen and Glenna. It was his wishes to be cremated and to have no calling hours. Graveside services were Wednesday, March 5 at Newkirk Cemetery

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with Chaplain Virginia Pflueger officiating. Family suggests that memorial contributions be made to LifeCare Hospice, 2525 Back Orrville Road, Wooster, OH, 44691. Arrangements were handled by Alexander Funeral Home, Millersburg.

John Hochstetler, 74 John W. Hochstetler, 74, 5515 Buss Road, Apple Creek, died Feb. 24, 2014, at Aultman Hospital in Canton. He was born Nov. 24, 1939, in Mount Eaton to the late William W. and Rachel (Schrock) Hochstetler and married Ella Miller on Dec. 31, 1959. She survives. He had been a farmer and a member of the Old Order Amish. Surviving in addition to his wife, Ella, are children, Rachel (Aden) Kuhns of Apple Creek,Wayne (Barbara) Hochstetler of the home,

Ivan (Amanda) Hochstetler of Millersburg, Clara (Monroe) Schlabach of Apple Creek, William Hochstetler of Wilmot, Dora (Marion) Kline of Wooster, John (Valerie) Hochstetler Jr. of Fredericksburg, Nettie (John) Mast of Wooster, Nelson (Betty) Hochstetler of Apple Creek, Verna Hochstetler of the home and Laura (Leroy) Miller of Apple Creek; a special granddaughter, Emelie Hochstetler; 46 grandchildren; 17 great-grandchildren; step-parents, Eli and Amanda Hershberger of Millersburg; a brother, Lester (Elva)

Hochstetler of Millersburg; sisters, Roy (Sarah) Miller of Dundee and Dave (Alta) Schlabach of Baltic; and a brother-in-law, Joe Schlabach. He was preceded in death by his parents; a sister; and an infant brother. Services were Feb. 27 at the John Mast residence, 4117 Buss Road, Wooster, with Bishop Andy Hershberger officiating. Burial was in Miller Cemetery near Apple Creek. Murray Funeral Home in Fredericksburg handled arrangements.

William W. Weiss, 84, of Sugarcreek, died Tuesday, Feb. 25, 2014, at Community Hospice House in New Philadelphia. He was born April 20, 1929, in Sugarcreek, to the late William W. and Matrona (Domer) Weiss, and married Marilyn Miller on Jan. 29, 1950. She survives and they had just celebrated 64 years of marriage. He retired from the Belden Brick Co. in Sugarcreek, after 33 years and was manager of Sugarcreek Lanes for many years. He was a Hall of Fame Bowler and had the first 300 game and 800 series at Sugarcreek Lanes. He was a member of First

United Church of Christ in Sugarcreek, was a former member of K of P Lodge and Sugarcreek Lions Club. He was an avid golfer and loved fishing. Surviving in addition to his wife, are daughters, Debra (Doug) Ott of Baltic, Diane (Dave) Ely and Denise (Kevin) Barnhart, both of Sugarcreek; grandchildren, Jody (Shasta) Hooks, Amy (Carl) Sommers, Billy (Nichole) Yoder, Jason Bonifant and Justin Bonifant; great-grandchildren, Jamie Hooks, Amber Hooks, his special sweetie, Slayde Sommers and Zayne Sommers. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by

sisters, Doris Sedwick and Leota Domer; and a greatgranddaughter, Breanna Alberts. Services were March 1 at Smith-Varns Funeral Home in Sugarcreek, with the Revs. Eric Rummel and Welton Stein officiating. Burial was in East Lawn Cemetery, Sugarcreek. To share a memory and sign the guest register, visit Memorials may be made to Community Hospice, 716 Commercial Ave., SW, New Philadelphia 44663.

Norman Van Winkle, 78 Norman L. Van Winkle, 78, Millersburg, formerly of Westerville, passed away March 4, 2014. He was a U.S. Army veteran, and had worked at Kinnear Door Co. and retired from The Ohio State University. Norman was an avid outdoorsman who enjoyed hunting and fishing. Surviving are sons Daniel Van Winkle and Mark (Dawn) Van Winkle, both of Centerburg;

grandchildren Brandon, Kala, Tonya, Mekenzie and Gavin; sisters Dee Klamfoth of Westerville and Cora Headings of Oklahoma; his former wife, Imagene Mills of Columbus; a friend, Joe (Jascie Haskins) Phillips of Big Prairie; and nieces and nephews. Services were March 11 at Moreland Funeral Home, 55 E. Schrock Road, Westerville, with pastor Bud Leskovac was in Northlawn Memofficiating. Interment ory Gardens.


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LEGAL COUNTY : HOLMES The following applications and/or verified complaints 927 Warner Rd. SE were received, and the fol- Canton, Oh 44707 lowing draft, proposed (Located Right Off of Route 30) and final actions were issued, by the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (Ohio EPA) last Turn Your week. The complete public notice including addi- Recycling into tional instructions for subCash mitting comments, reques00550 AD13125123 288 • Friendly Staff Turn ting information or a pubhelprecycling unloadinto cash lic hearing, or filing an ap- • We your peal may be obtained at: • Container Service offered • Competitive Pricing /actions.aspx or Hearing Clerk, Ohio EPA, 50 W. Monday - Friday 8:00-4:15 Town St. P.O. Box 1049, Saturday 8:00-11:15 Columbus, Ohio 43216. Call us Toll Free Ph: 614-644- 2129 email: 1-800-284-0688 DRAFT NPDES PERMIT RENEWAL - SUBJECT TO REVISION CLARK ELEM SCH 1390 STATE RTE 83 C L A R K O H ACTION DATE : 03/13/2014 RECEIVING WATERS: DOUGHY CREEK FACILITY DESCRIPTION: SCHOOL OR HOSPITAL IDENTIFICATION NO. : 3PT00061*DD

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TROYER'S HARNESS Shop will be closed from March 9-March 25. 4999 TR 367, Millersburg OH. CASH FOR scrap metal: trucks, buses, cars, heavy equip., farm equip., copper, batteries, brass, aluminum, and any metal. Call (330) 473-8410. BUYING JUNK batteries, minum. copper, brass, motors, farm machinery, pliances, cars, trucks. For Sale: copper 330-279-2142


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BERLIN WATER COMFOUND: 2 BEAGLES 2-8-14 PANY 1 male, 1 smaller female. PO BOX 402 Joseph Troyer, 7951 Twp. B E R L I N O H Rd. 563, Holmesville, OH ACTION DATE : 03/04/2014 70 Business Opportunity FACILITY DESCRIPTION: COMMUNITY SALE: Small Pine WATER S Y S T E M FOR Woodworking Business. IDENTIFICATION NO. : Different possibilities. Quality Furniture, (330) 893-9371 970387 This final action not preceded by proposed action 75 State Wide and is appealable to ERAC. DETAIL PLANS WERNER FOR PWSID:OH3800012 School/Instruction NEEDS DRIVER TRAINPLAN NO:970387 REEES! Drivers are IN DEMAND. We need YOU! No GARDINGWATER SUPCDL? No Problem! 16-Day PLY WELL #8 Publish Holmes County Hub Shopper March 13, 2014



LOOKING FOR Vendors Sugarcreek open air Flea Market spon. by Sugarcreek Bus. Assoc. 330-897-0646

CDL training available! Opportunity Awaits. CALL TODAY! 866-203-8445

Milan Express OTR CDL Class A Drivers. Home Weekly, Annual Increases & Bonuses. Not Hazmat. Vacation/Paid Holidays. Great Benefits. 800-552-2591 x3133 or 3187

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RVs for Sale2010 Park Model 12x38, 2 Bed, 1 Bath. Vinyl siding, Shingle roof, Electric heat and air. ONLY $15,900. 1-800-686-1763 Misc.HOMEOWNERS WANTED!!! Kayak Pools is looking for demo home sites to display our maintenance-free pools. Save thousands of $$$ with our pre-season sale. CALL NOW! 800.315.2925 discount code: 897L314 Adoption ADOPTION - A loving alternative to unplanned pregnancy. You choose the family for your child. Receive pictures/info of waiting/approved couples. Living expense assistance. 1-866-236-7638 Flatbed Drivers Starting Mileage Pay up to .41 cpm, Health Ins., 401K, $59 daily Per Diem pay , Home Weekends. 800-648-9915 or Help Wanted Owner Operator $5000 Sign-on Bonus Teams up to $350,000/year! Solos up to $175,000/year, $2500 Sign-on Bonus! DEDICATED HOME WEEKLY! Forward Air 888-652-5611 TrainingTrain to be a Professional Truck Driver through Prime's Student Driver Program. Obtain your Commercial Driver's License, then get paid while training! 1-800-277-0212 Business Services REACH OVER 1 MILLION OHIO ADULTS with one ad placement. Only $995.00. Ask your local newspaper about our 2X2 Display Network and our 2X4 Display Network $1860 or Call Mitch at 614-486-6677/E-mail or check out our website: Misc.Our Sportsman will pay top dollar to hunt your land. Call for a free Base Camp Leasing Info Packet & Quote. 866-309-1507 Help Wanted WANTED: LIFE AGENTS; Earn $500 a Day; Great Agent Benefits; Commissions Paid Daily; Liberal Underwriting; Leads, Leads, Leads LIFE INSURANCE, LICENSE REQUIRED. Call 1-888-713-6020 Daily Express needs Contractors for Stepdeck & Lowboy hauls! FREE TRAILERS! "New" Daily Expedited Fleet! Also Heavy Haul and Specialized Division Available. or 800-669-6414 CAMERAS WANTED! Accepting consignments now for quality usable and collectible cameras and accessories. Ohio Camera Collectors Society Camera Auction & Show: May 16th - 17th. Info 419-674-6718

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Help Wanted Regional Runs Available. CHOOSE the TOTAL PACKAGE. Regular, Frequent HOME TIME; TOP PAY, BENEFITS; Mthly BONUSES. Automatic DETENTION PAY & more! CDL-A, 6 mos. Exp. Required. EEOE/AAP 888-790-8298 REGIONAL CDL-A DRIVERS Great Career w/weekly hometime! 888-362-8608. For paid training, apply online at Equal Opportunity Employer - Females, minorities, protected veterans and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply Regional Flatbed O/Os MI-IN-OH $2,000 Sign-on Bonus, $3500-$4000/week average, Paid Tolls/Scale Tickets, Free Trailers/Plate Program, Comdata/DD Wkly Settlements CDL-A 1 Yr. Experience 888-888-7996 SAWMILLS from only $4897.00- Make & Save Money with your own bandmill- Cut lumber any dimension. In stock ready to ship. Free Info/DVD: 1-800-578-1363 Ext. 300N Business Service REACH 2 MILLION NEWSPAPER READERS with one ad placement. ONLY $295.00. Ohio's best community newspapers. Call Mitch at AdOhio Statewide Classified Network, 614-486-6677, or E - M A I L a t : or check out our website at: VACATION CABINS FOR RENT IN CANADA. Fish for walleyes, perch, northerns. Boats, motors, gasoline included. Call Hugh 1-800-426-2550 for free brochure. Website Help Wanted "Partners in Excellence" OTR Drivers. APU Equipped Pre-Pass EZ-pass passenger policy. 2012 & Newer equipment. 100% NO touch. Butler Transport 1-800-528-7825 AIRLINE JOBS begin here - Get trained as FAA certified Aviation Technician. Housing/ Financial aid for qualified students. Job Placement assistance. Aviation Institute of Maintenance 1-877-676-3836 Help Wanted Hiring OTR Professionals who want Consistent Miles - average 2,700+; consistent pay average $51,400H per year; 2011 or newer trucks; Call Fischer Trucking today at 1-800-486-8660


Position Wanted

EXP. RESIDENTIAL cleaner with references has a few openings, 330-473-3089.

Position Wanted

105 General

WILL DO in home care. Day shift preferred. Sara Ann Miller 330-639- 9717.

COMMERCIAL CLEANER, 8.5 hrs/wk, $8.00/hr. 2nd shifts, 419-747-1550.

105 General LOOKING FOR Individuals to work with developmental disabilities in Millersburg and Killbuck area. If interested contact 330-340-5487 SIDING Installers needed need a driver and also worker experience a plus but will train the right person great hourly pay plus paid vacation (330) 473-7487 NOW TAKING Applications for P/T & F/T positions. Apply in person, Guggisberg Swiss Inn, 5025 ST RT 557. IMMEDIATE EMPLOYMENT General Labor Must have valid driver's license, Class B CDL preferred. This is not a truck driving positions! Must be able to meet the physical demands of job duties, be hard working, self motivated and reliable. No previous experience necessary. Plumbing experience preferred, Drilling experience a plus! Apply in person. Mullet Drilling Company 3530 CR 58 Millersburg, Ohio 44654 330-674-0206.

MODERN POURED WALLS, LORAIN COUNTY'S LEADING CONCRETE FOUNDATIONS CONTRACTOR IS ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS AND WILL BE INTERVIEWING FOR: Laborers Must be 18 years of age, have a valid driver's license and must be capable of handling physical labor and inclement weather, No Experience Necessary. Starting pay will be negotiable with experienced applications. Plenty of hours, including health benefits, vacation and 401(k). Apply at: 41807 State Route 18, Wellington Monday - Friday 8-4 MILLERSBURG AREA company seeking a Full-Time 1st shift Warehouse / Back up Truck Driver for our Benton warehouse. Duties include Pick/pallet orders, data entry and general warehouse duties including cleaning. Backup box truck driver throughout the state when needed, Data entry skills,the ability to lift 50 lbs. and a clean driving record are required. Pre employment Background, Drug and Driving test. Mon– Fri with overtime as needed Apply HELP WANTED: Laborer for mason crew. Mount Eaton & surrounding area. Call 330-359-6191.

APPLICATIONS ARE being accepted for various positions in our barn manufacturing facility. We need energetic, self motivated individual to add to our team. Affordable Barn Co., Mt. Hope, OH 330-674-3001. PLAYSET Mfg. in Sugarcreek is looking for F/T employee with basic woodworking exp. For more info stop in at Backyard Creations or call 330-204-0990.

DRIVER / WORKER For concrete crew. Must be motivated, alcohol and tobacco free, good driving record, excellent pay and year around salary. Berlin/ Millersburg area. 330-472-9717. COOK WANTED: Prior cooking experience required. Apply at Hotel Millersburg, 35 W. Jackson St. 330-674-1457. EXODUS CYCLES is looking for experienced motorcycle/ ATV Technician. Apply in person with resume, 4130 SR 83, Millersburg, OH. (330) 674-7433. LOOKING FOR roofers rience helpful but needed full time work hourly pay plus bonus ture and paid vacation 473-7487

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TRUCK DRIVING Opportunity in North Dakota, with Class-A CDL and tanker endorsement. Must be 21, willing to work, flexible hours, $25-30/hr, housing available. 330-231-0406. HELP WANTED: Taking applications for cabinet sales position. Experience helpful, but will train. Alpine Cabinets of Holmes County LLC, 7932 TR 662, Dundee OH 44624. (330) 359-5724. America’s Best Bowstrings is adding manufacturing positions. Benefits include, competitive pay and bonus structure, health insurance, paid holidays, paid vacation, etc. The ideal candidate will be over 18, with a desire to work in a fast paced production environment. Applicants should contact Allison at 330-893-7155 to setup an interview or apply in person at 3419 SR 39, Millersburg, OH. WORKER/DRIVER Needed on mason crew. Energetic, no smoking, Call Stonehedge Masonry. 330-359 -1902. P/T POWER WASHERS needed, drivers license a must. (330) 852-7111 AMISH CREW looking for full time driver/worker. Must live close to Millersburg. Call 330- 763-3937

32 — Thursday, March 13, 2014 105 General 110 HELP WANTED IMMEDIATELY. Experienced welders. Starting pay $13.00/hr. with performance rate increases. Also, seeking Fabricators. All benefits available. EOE. Apply in person at WasteQuip. 930 Massillion Rd (State Route 241), Millersburg OH. LOOKING FOR experienced, residential finish painter, part time to full time. must have valid driver lic. call 330-473 8470 for more info.

Experienced Horse Stall cleaners needed. P/T AM job. 330-674-2503 Leave message w/ horse exp.

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.


WE ARE ACCEPTING applications for a driver to deliver storage barns, and to help with manufacturing in our shop. If you are a energetic, self motived, individual give us a call. Class A CDL is required. Affordable Barn Co. Mt. Hope, OH 330-754-2004 CLEANING OPENINGS MON - Fri: 5:30-9:30 PM Starting at $8.25 Call 330-641-2581 APPLY TODAY!!!

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WANTED: DRIVER to work with framing crew, nonsmoker, good work ethic. Nelson at: (330) 231-5183. DRIVER NEEDED for teacher that lives in Berlin, teaches in East Holmes SD, MonFri., hourly rate & mileage. Great for retired person, great extra spending money. If interested: 330-704-4418.

120 Manufacturing /Industrial SUPERB INDUSTRIES is looking for entry-level candidates for our plastics molding operations. Must be able to work a flexible shift. Competitive pay and benefits, vocational training. Send resume or apply in person at SUPERB Industries, Inc., 330 Third Street NW, Sugarcreek or send resume to: hr@ superb

125 Medical / Healthcare HOME HELPERS, Americas #1 Senior Care Franchise serving Wayne, West Stark, Summit counties and surrounding areas is seeking responsible and caring individuals for non-medical in-home caregiver positions. Part-time and full-time live-in opportunities. Experience preferred, (STNA, HHA, CNA) will train. Apply by calling 330-731-1710


Appliances Electronics

FOR SALE: Crosley 20 cu ft Upright freezer. Good condition $450. (330) 674-2737† Ext 4 GAS COOKSTOVE, Almond, works great, w/range hood. $100 obo (330) 763-0927

J. MILLER & SON Excavating is seeking someone with RAINBOW SWEEPER, all attachments, like new, warprevious experience in the ranty, can deliver, asking excavating field. Drivers li$600. Genuine Inquires cense preferred. Health ins., please. (330) 883-2377 Paid vacation, holidays, competitive wages offered. FOR SALE: Sony 64" Model Send resume to: jdmiller KDP-65XBR2 New in 2001 or Call TV with built in speakers, 330-231-6843. $500 BO Berlin Construction 330-893-2003.


Drivers Trucking NATURAL GAS Fridge, side

LOOKING FOR a dependable driver / worker for a Mason Crew, flat work exp. a plus. (330) 231-3854 CLASS A Semi Dump: Honesty, hard work ethic, and reliability a must. Home most nights. Retirement plan offered, no med insurance, pay based on exp. Call 330-621-6256 and lv msg about work exp. and dr record.

by side, good condition, works good, $500. 330-695 -2535.

FOR SALE: Hidden View Air Pump, w/regulator $375. (330) 264-8705

220 Construction Equipment 99-1150G 3800 Hrs. New U.C Ex. Cond., work ready, $37,000. 1365 Oliver 4x4 w/ loader $6700. 330-279-4080

EQUIPMENT FOR SALE: Dozers '09 750J LGP 7K hrs, cab, heat, air $84,000, 3- '07 650J with winch & arch $65,000 EA, '05 650J LT six way, w/ ripper $56,000 Excavators '06 Komatsu PC200LC-8 $93,000, '01 JD160LC w/ thumb and pattern changer $45,500, '02 JD160LC w/ thumb and pattern changer $45,500, '06 JD120C excavator $54,000 Mini Excavators '10 JD35D excavator $27,500, '07 TB145 excavator only 1500 hrs. Hyd thumb $37,000, '06 Yanmar VIO35 mini hoe $18,500, '04 Yanmar VIO35 mini hoe $18,500 Loaders '07 JD605C crawler loader w/ forks $37,500, JD 555G crawler loader, rebuilt trans $21,000, '89 JD455G crawler loader bucket $19,000, Case 455C Loader $17,500, '09 Cat IT14G Wheel Loader cab, heat, air 7K hrs. nice $30,000, JD310G Back hoe $35,000 Skidders 2JD 540B Skidder $19,500 each, '83 JD 640 Skidder $22,500, JD 440C Skidder $20,000 Call Firmen at 330-464-1428 OR 330-567-3886 1990 TRACKHOE, LGP, Cummins, Three buckets, 30" Tracks, $14,000/obo. Shreve. (330) 496-3412 BAKER Sawmill Hyd. 38 HP Kubota die. 20 bands sharpener setter cart. $17,500 JD 320 skid steer 2010 Mod. $32,000. 330-600-2224 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- 1222 Ext 3 NEW 25' Gooseneck Flatbed with dovetail, $3,850. (330) 359-0270


Farm Equipment

MT. HOPE Tractor JD 750 grinder, gone through, $5400; JD 420 crawler, $4800; JD 730, $6000; Case 380 w/ loader, $5400; Papec grinder, nice, $4700; OMC 420 grinder, nice, $4500. Tilleage and hay equip. is here. Call for details. Ask about our horse sale specials!! 330-6743637, Ask for Leon.

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FOR RENT Bobcat T300 skid loader, $25/hr.; Bobcat Mini Hoe, $22/hr.+fuel (330) 231-6196. WANTED: SET of steel or hard rubber tires for Farmall H Tractor. Buy or trade for air tires. Levi Troyer 7655-A SR 241, Millersburg, Ohio 44654 MASSEY FERGUSON 35 Gas, also included trailer with ramp, great property tractor. (330) 674-1988

NEW IDEA Manure spreader in good condition with lime spreading attachments. Steven M. Yoder, 12303 Dover Rd., Apple Creek, OH 44606, 330-857-0404. 560 STEINER Bale Beaver, 28' Belt conveyer, both in good condition. 330359-5647 or 330-473-2866 FOR SALE: IJ 2 row cultivator, $1400. 2 cyl Wisconsin baler motor, $450. David Miller, 9789 Camp Rd., Beach City. 330-756-2485. JOHN DEERE 7' Disc, $700. John Deere Spring tooth harrow, $275. 2 Stahr Stenner Tedder, $850. Schultz Stalk Chopper, $850 John Miller 330-893-0303 SKID STEERS '06 Bobcat S185 $15,500, '10 Cat 226B 900hrs $17,000, '06 Bobcat S130 1570 hrs $17,250, '99 JD 270 very good $15,500, 2060 Mustang $8,500, '88 Case 350B Loader $5500. Call Firmen at 330-464-1428 or 330-567-3886 NEW IDEA 206 manure spreader $1250. Badger forage wagon, $1250. Both in good cond. 330-698-1778. NEW HOLLAND 354 Feed Grinder. Sitrex 4 Star Spinner Tedder. New Holland 456 Mower. John Deere 13 Hoe Grain Drill. 5' and 6' 3pt tillers. Andy Raber, (330) 893-0303 USED TRACTOR parts in stock! Mt. Hope Tractor, 330-674-3637, 7501 CR 77, Millersburg, 44654. Ask for Leon. FOR RENT: 20' Chandler Chicken Litter Spreader, (330) 359-1127.

CASE 1825 Diesel skid steer loader, 2900 hrs., runs good. 330-401-8025. $5,900







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Small or Large loads

Phone: 330.473.7905

2478 CR 168 • Dundee, OH 44624

4x4 BALES OATLAGE, beef quality, $25. 330-852-9701

FOR SALE: IH 574 diesel tractor, needs some work. $3,500. 330-401-6807.

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SUNSET BULK Tank, 415 gal, works good. (330) 852-9905†Ext 3#

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(Tack 9:30 Horses noon) Catalog DeaDline Mar. 20th (Tack 5:30 Horses 7)

RIDINg hoRSE & PoNY SALE (Tack 9:30 Horses 12) Catalog DeaDline apr. 5th

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

HAY, HORSE Hay, Dairy Hay, Beef Hay, Baleage, and Straw, Round Bales & Large Square Bales. Jason Troyer (330) 473-7905 FOR SALE: Corn fodder 4x4 bales, Michael Miller, 330695-2272. CALIFORNIA HONEY Bees available 3rd week in April. 1st come, 1st serve. 3lb of bees with a queen, $114. Call now: 330-401-5889. MIXED NEW seeding Alfalfa grass baleage, beef quality, some weeds, $20/ea. 4x4 bale (330) 893-0308 FOR SALE: 1st cutting Timothy mix, 2nd cutting grass hay, good sheep hay, small square bales. Paint Valley Stables. Call Allen, (330) 988-2250 CERTIFIED ORGANIC 1st & 2nd cutting mixed grass hay, (330) 893-3407


1ST CUTTING round bales of hay, Timothy & Alphafa, horse quality. 330- 466-1408. 3RD CUTTING Alfalfa grass mix, small bales. Call Jason, 330-473-7905. SMALL SQUARE BALES straw for sale. (330) 231-3854. STRAW, SMALL bales. Also large bales available. Call Jason (330) 473-7905 CERTIFIED ORGANIC Baleage, for dry cows or heifers, test results available. $45/bale. Firmen Kaufman, (888) 631-7044 WE WANT to spread your chicken manure, our spreader is 24' and has floatation tires. (330) 204-5992 CERTIFIED ORGANIC Corn silage and baleage. Merle Yoder, 330-852-0722. HAY, SMALL bales, 1st cutting Orchard Grass Mix, Jason Troyer (330) 473-7905 5-SEMI LOADS Western Dairy Hay, RFV 198. $375/ton. 75-ROUND BALES, 1st cutting Timothy Orchard mix. 1,100 lbs., net wraped, $80 or $145/ton. 180-2nd & 3rd cutting bailage.

ORGANIC OAT Straw, round bales, (330) 674-5020 5:30-6:30 am or pm.

Jason Troyer, 330-473-7905.

2 N D C U T T I N G Alfalfa-Orchard Grass Horse Hay, small squares. (330) 695-6793.

MIXRITE LIQUID Fertilizer injector, Model #570, complete, used 1 time, still in box. $175 (330) 897-2373

FOR SALE: Wrapped Heifer Hay, 4x4 round bales, 330-473-2314

HAY, SMALL bales, 1st cutting Timothy. Very Nice. Jason Troyer (330) 473-7905

GRASS BALEAGE made Memorial Day. 2nd, 3rd grass. Clover mix, 4x5 bales.330-401-6374 leave msg

FOR SALE: Triticale Baleage, 4x4, $45. Wheat straw, 4x5, $40, other bedding 4x5, $20. Federidge Farms, (330) 893-9371

2ND & 3RD CUTTING alfalfa hay. 4x4 wrapped bales. David Barkman 330897-4942 DAIRY QUALITY Baleage, all cuttings available, delivery available. 330-401-8012 FOR SALE: Hay Bailage- 1st, 2nd, & 4th cutting, 4x4 bales, $55. 330-600-0746 ORGANIC HAY & Baleage, 4x4, dry, 1st cutting grass hay, & 4x4 new seeding alfalfa mix baleage, Jeff Miller 330-231-9647 FOR SALE: 40 bales of 4th cutting Alfalfa hay, 4x4 bales. 330-567-0073. BARLEY SPROUTING trays now available, Stainless steel, David Yutzy, 330-600 -9624. EAR CORN $120/ton. Also, 1st cutting bailage & wrapped oats, 4x4 bales, $35. Ivan, 330-674-2045.


MASSEY FERGUSON 231S Tractor, w/roll bar & fenders on front wheels, in good condition with good tires. $6,500. (330) 600-0413

CASE IH C70 Tractor 70HP, 1300 hours, $11,750. (330) 852-0188

Smokey Lane Stables, Inc.

Your Hay Connection

ORGANIC HAY baleage, clover grass mix, individually wrapped. 4'x4' hardcore. $75 Delivery available for $60/load within 15 miles of Holmesville 330-473-7647

FOR SALE: Brillion Five Shank disc chisel plow, good condition, $3250. (330) 340-7380

JOHN DEERE 5075E 75HP, 4 Wheel Drive, Power Reverse, 800hrs, loader ready, exc. cond. 330- 473-0096

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VERMEER V Hay rake, Gehl 3610 Diesel Skid loader, $4700. Massey Ferguson 255 tractor, real good, $5950. John S. Miller, 330893-0303.

SNOW PLOW Made of Creasote planks in V shape to be pulled by horses. Roy L. Raber, 7029 CR 201, Millersburg, 330-674-1504.

1-1240 JOHN Deere Plateless Corn planter, good condition. Ray Yoder, (330) 852-8807


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1ST CUTTING grass hay 4x5 round bales, 700-1,000 lbs., stored inside, some got wet after bailed, price reduced! Certified organic. 330-377 -5586 or 330-473-7332.

50 4X4 Bales Rye baleage, tube wrapped, $40/bale. (330) 567-9009


Firewood Fuel

FOR SALE: Split Firewood, $55 a pick up load. 330-600-9090.

FOR SALE: Split seasoned firewood, slab wood & also boom truck loads available. Also, hollow campfire logs. 330-231-8462. FIREWOOD, KILN Dried, cut offs. 10 yd load $85 + delivery. Henry J. Miller. 330852-3363. TAKING BIDS for a log pile, 70% oak, will take bids through March 14. Roman Yoder, CR 12, (740) 6220072 SPLIT SEASONED firewood, $75 a pick up load. (330) 204-5820

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WILL TRIM your trees, also cut down trees. David Hershberger (330) 893-3407 FOR SALE: Seasoned wood, $50/pick-up Wayne Hershberger, CR 349, Mlbg. OH 330-674-0498 Ext. 2

Fireload. 5901 44654

TAKING BIDS on Log pile, approx 70 trees, Red Oak, Popular, Walnut, Maple, Beech, etc. Deadline, March 21st. Andy Schlabach, (330) 674-2444


Garage Yard Sales

BEREAN COMMUNITY Church Garage/Bake Sale at Old Alpine Alpa Restaurant along US 62. 3/20, 4-8pm, 3/21, 8am-4pm, proceeds for non-profit. ESTATE SALE! Midcentury furniture & kitchen, 1995 Toyota Camry, misc. Sat. 3/15 (10-4) & Sun. 3/16 (11-3) 324 N. Grant St., Wooster OH


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FOR SALE: 4 year old Gelding Dutch Belgian cross, 4 white feet, blaze, needs work, Surrey Size, $2600. Ivan Miller 330-674-1866. FOR SALE: 3 year old cross bred mare, green broke, 330-359-0752. 5 YEAR OLD Black Standardbred Gelding, been in buggy 9 months, ready for miles. $2500. 330-600-0838 6YR OLD Black Gelding, TSS, 16.1HH, Fresh 1 mo., mostly pace, good traveler, very powerful, $2,400. (330) 359-2616 7 YR old Black Registered Tennesse Walker, Broke to ride & drive, $1,000. (330) 600-9376 SHEEP SHEARING & wool buying--lg. or small flocks. Vernon, 330-893-2620 or Marvin, 330-897-0422.

FOR SALE: 7 year old Chestnut trotting Gelding, safe and sound, been in buggy for 2 years, needs work. $2950. 330-473-9065. BENTON HORSESHOEING now taking new customers at your barn or mine. Wayne Troyer 6610 CR 189 Millersburg, OH 44654 FOR SALE: 15 yr old Bay Gelding, TSS. Also harness & road cart. $1,200 for all. (330) 674-2419 REGISTERED BELGIAN Mare, 11 yrs old, broke to all farm machinery, $2,200. (330) 674-2267 NOTICE: HAVE room to feed your heifers. Emanuel Yoder, 10565 Saltcreek Rd., Fredericksburg OH 44627. 8 YR old Belgain Gelding, broke to all farm machinery, sound, home raised, Allen E. Miller, (330) 567-5944

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5 YR old Brown Trotting Gelding, Valley Victory, TSS, family horse, $3,500. 330-359-5634 FOR SALE: Seaman Tank in good condition, $200. 35 straws, CRV friesian, 10 montibeliard 350. All for $500. (330) 893-0017 FOR SALE: Weanling & Yearling Belgian Fillies, full sisters, Sired by: Korry's Captain Son. 17 yr old Belgian Mare, Sired by: JJM Congalaise Jay, good brood mare. Coming 3 yr old Gelding, 330- 893-1521 TEAM OF 6 yr old Grey Percheron Gelding, broke to all farm equipment, work with snap. Also, looking for someone to work or buy 5 year old Draft Quarter Horse Gelding. Abe Yoder, (330) 852-0722 FOR SALE: 10 yr old Registered Chestnut Morgan Gelding, TSS, women can drive, has been driven double, 330-674-4739 3 YR old Mare Mustang Paint Cross, 56", broke to ride & drive, been on 7 mi trips one way, well started. $900 obo (330) 893-9218 Pair of 15 yr. old and pr. of 2 & 3 yr. old black Percheon geldings, broke to all farm machinery; Also, new Bio draft harness set. Marvin Coblentz, 330-359-5570. 3 YR old Black Gelding, boys horse deluxe. 7 yr old Gelding, boys horse. 3 yr old Gelding, surrey size, TSS. All trotters. Vernon Weaver, (330) 674-0073

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QUALITY HORSE Blankets for sale Sizes from 68"100" in stock with leg straps. Colors: Red, Blue, Green or Burgundy. Buggy blankets & Sheets also available. Norman C. Yoder, 4256 TR 374, Millersburg OH 44654 (330) 893-7421. Wholesale Dealers Welcome. 3 YEAR old Gelding cash haul-vaporized, fresh, 16h., TSS, $3600. 6 year old Gelding Surrey horse, fresh, 16.1h., TSS, $2400. 4 year old Gelding Kenneth J, fresh, drives nice, TSS, $1600. Eddie Miller, (740) 624-3761. BLACK QUARTER type 15.2HH, 5 yrs, bred to paint for March/April baby, great for kids. $600 740-824-4361 WANTED: DRAFT horses to work fields this spring. Would work them for free stay. Stop after 4 pm. Would prefer harness & collars. J. Hershberger, 10315 E. Moreland Rd., A. C., Ohio FOR SALE: Cross Bred 6 yr old Gelding, TSS, would make a good produce horse, stops & stands good. $1,700 Ken (330) 600-1519 FOR SALE: 4 year old paint mare, broke to ride but needs work. $350. 330-439 -9139 ROAD CART for small horse or big pony, with back & easy entry, $350/obo. (330) 473-3503 GRAY CANVAS cover for mini buggy, $40. 330-567 -9348.

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

4 YR old Trotter, by Giant Hit, surrey size, good broke. 7 yr old Gelding, by Artsplace, broke for women or older people. 5 yr old Gelding, buggy size, good broke. Loran Schlabach, (330) 852-3096

1 YR. old Paint filly. Black with four white socks, tail. Broke to lead. 3868 TR 629 Millersburg, OH 44654 V.M. 330-893-3168

13 YEAR old brown white pony mare. Kid to ride. 39 inches tall. 2 year old tri-color mare not broke. $200 OBO. 330-674-3999 x 2.


6 YR. OLD big cross-bred gelding, tss, surrey horse, broke single or double, women can drive, 3/4 standardbred--1/4 draft. Allen E. Miller, 5571 CR 68, Millersburg (330) 893-4908

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YR old Trotting Bred Gelding, TSS, Fresh, 3 whites & strip, sharp. $4,200. 2 Wk trial. Michael Schrock 330-852-4796

DORSET RAM for sale. Proven breeder, $250. Call 330-231-0231 or 330-6740747

and broke Also, pony each

FOR SALE: 3 year old Paint Timothy Walker cross, not broke and 2 good broke ponies. (330) 893-8114. 1 YEAR old Polypay Dorset cross Ram, $225. 330-674 -2331.

MINIATURE COW Jersey beef cross with bull calf. Wanted: Miniature Jersey Bull. 330-897-2063.

CHESTNUT 8 yr old Standard Bred Gelding, women safe, $1,700. 54" Part Hackney Pony, good traveler, $800. 44" Paint Pony, 4 yrs old, kids safe, $700. 44" Welsh Pony Stud, 3 yrs old, kid safe, $450. 330-390-0239

FOR SALE: 4 yr. old black Percheron gelding, broke. Henry Petersheim, 7325 T 652, Mlsbg. OH. 44654

WE HAVE a good selection of Surrey and Buggy Horses on hand at this time. Loran Schlabach, 330-852-3096.

FOR RENT: NZ Holstein service bull. Mahlon Yoder, 740-622-1654


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HOLSTEIN BULLS, ABS Sired, Heifer size. Holstein Steers, Myron Yoder, (330) 897-1397 2 YR. old Black Morgan Friesian geld. by Peteir Zoo, $2500. Mt. Hope 330231-5484 10 YR OLD Dark Bay Standardbred Gelding, Big enough for surrey, really good broke, women can drive, TSS. 330-231-5219. WANTED: BELGIAN Draft Mares, Age 2-14 yrs old, Must not be broke or sound, must only be clean for breeding purposes. Paying up to $800. Nate Miller, (330) 674-6918 FOR SALE: 10 yr. Hackney pony. Broke to ride and drive. Not for little kids. Got snap. 330-893-3087 ext. 1

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SMOKEY LANE Stables Inc. 18th Anniversary Sale Friday March 21. Tack 5:30 Horses 7. Expecting some young trotters that raced in Sire Stakes. Will accept consignments of tack and horses through sale day. Will have door prizes and free popcorn. Please call in your consignments so we can put them on the sellers list. 686 Smokey Lane RD Sugarcreek OH 44681. (330) 852-2237 COMING 6 yr old Buggy Mare, Sound, women can drive, Christ Zook, 7779 S. Apple Creek, Rd. Frdrksbg FOR SALE or lease, 4 yr old Belgain Stallion, Mountineer Master Chief, 18H, broke, hitched with mares, (330) 893-1521

8 YR old Black Percheron Morgan Cross Gelding, 16.3HH, good produce or surrey horse, sound, $3,200 obo. (330) 893-3733

***************** FOR SALE: Standard Bred Racing Pony, black, 52", 3 white legs, pretty stud, well mannered, 2 yr old, has had harness on mild. Call 330-231-3359.

3 YEAR old Black Standardbred Gelding, mostly trott, TSS, family horse, in buggy 2 month, Wayne Weaver, 330-473-2416.

FOR SALE: 1 yr old Dutch Hackney cross, stud colt, black, 3 white & blaze, very upheaded, 1324 US 62, Wilmot, (330) 600-8225

13 yr. old mare by Striking Sahbra with Sierra Kosmos dam, tss. Henry Burkholder, (330) 279-2535.

REGISTERED JERSEY Bull, Butter Valley Colton. Sire Chilli Action Colton, Dam Butter Valley Max Alien. $1000. Valley Spring Farm. 330-359-0184.

FOR SALE: 8 yr old Bay Gelding, Been in buggy 4 yrs, mostly trot, $1,500. Henry Burkholder (330) 674-0356

YEARLING BLACK stud colt dutch pony cross, $300. Call 330-893-1404.

9 YR OLD trotting mare, good broke, TSS. Sire is Striking Sahbra, Dam is Garland Lobell. 330-317-5895.

GOLDEN BUFF Pullets laying well, $8.50 @ 8 to sell. Merle Hershberger, 330897-0406.

3 yr. Royal Kash Grade Valley

5 YEAR OLD Standardbred Mare, T.S.S., David Miller, 9789 Camp Rd., Beach City. (330) 756-2485.

STANDING AT STUD old Royal Kash Sire Strength Dam Elpaso $500. Register $300 Standing at Pearl Stables 740-545-1809

4 YR old Gelding, TSS, All trot, good broke, (330) 897-8650 8 YR. old bay gelding, trots, anybody can drive, $2950/ obo. (330) 473-3503

8 YR old Black Grade Quarter Gelding, broke to ride & drive, good on trails, TSS, $1,600. (330) 893-3733 4

Registered Holstein service-age bulls. Marvin Coblentz, 330-359-5570.

9 YR old Standard Bred Mare, big strong trotter, TSS, Sire: Kadabra, Dam: Armbro Accomplish, $2,800. (330) 763-4246

7 YEAR old black standardbred mare, well built, would cross well w/ Friesian stud, $2500. Also, Firewood, $45/pick up load. Ivan Yoder 330-674 -2045.

REGISTERED JERSEY Bull, 2 yrs old, sure breeder, $1,200. (330) 852-3122

FOR SALE: 4 yr. old Western Hanover Gelding. Broke to drive, TSS. 330-695-9862

KATADIN RAM, 2 yrs old, proven. (330) 231-1360

4 YR. old Katahdin Ram, $150. 330-852-9701

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7 YR old 15.2HH Bay Mare, Sire: Muscles Yankee Striking Sahbra, 2nd Dam King Conch, sold yearling at Harrisburg for $75,000. $3,000. 7 yr old, 16HH Black Mare, Sire: Rock-n-Roll Hanover- Life Sign, sold yearling at Harrisburg for $25,000, $2,500. Both mares are open, clean and ready to breed. Edward Miller 330-260-8366

9 YEAR OLD 16h. Gelding, TSS, doublegated, 100% traffic safe, $2,000/obo. 8 year old Fresian/Stand. cross Mare, been in mini surrey for 8 months, heads up and stylish, TSS, $3000. Wayne Shetler, 8549 Fredericksburg Rd., Fredericksburg, OH 44627, 330-695-4408. FOR SALE: 4 yr old Chestnut Gelding Morgan, broke to ride & drive, TSS, make offer. (330) 695-5348 Ext 3 TEAM BLACK Percheron Geldings, 1/2 brothers, 18H, 8 yrs old, good broke, willing workers, $3,600 each. (330) 674-0831, 2914 TR 122 Millersburg. (2) BLACK trotters, 5 yr old gelding Conway Hall, fresh, TSS, $,4500, And 5 yr old Keystone Savage, women can drive, fancy, TSS, $4,200. Laverne Yoder, (330) 852-4062


Household Furnishings

HOLMES COUNTIES largest used furniture store, 15% off store wide. Closed Thursday & Sunday. E & S Used Furniture, 2453 SR 557, Farmerstown. FOR SALE: Corner shower stall, used, good condition. $150 (330) 852-4985 FOR SALE: Used 3pc Queen Bookcase bedroom suit. Has mirror on bed and doors, $500 obo. (330) 279-2075 2013 LG Front load washer and dryer, $700 a piece. Bernina Activa 230 sewing machine, $700. Gas fire place, $100. 330- 465-3439. FOR SALE: Oak Armour in good condition, Wayne Miller, 3083 CR 600, Millersburg, 330-893-3080.

Sun Valley Auto Repair LLC Service and Repair of all Makes and Models

330-473-7292 • Tires • Brakes • Air Conditioning • Engine Repair • Electrical Repair • Diagnostics

Bring in this ad to receive a FREE Cooling System & AC Inspection with any service


We Specialize in Your Diesel!

between Berlin and Winesburg

2193 TR 406 • Sugarcreek, OH • (off St Rt 515 outside of Walnut Creek)

Ontario Complex 330-231-7093

A Winesburg Development Property

Hours: Mon.–Sat. 9:00-5:00; Closed Sunday

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BLUE RECLINER, Also, off-white couch. Good condition. $50 each. (330) 897-1038 PRINCESS HOUSE Heritage 4 piece canister set, $90. Teapot $65 obo. 330317- 5952 OVAL KITCHEN table with dark formica top 44x60 with 2-14" leaves extended 88", shows some age but sturdy. $ 30. 330-567-9348 FOR SALE: Reclining loveseat in very good cond. only 3 mo. old. $700/obo. 330-852-0580 ext. 2 VM. $$$ BRAND NEW QUEEN PILLOWTOP MATTRESS SET Still in factory Plastic. $200.00, Can Help Deliver. 330-224-2932

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MOSSBERG 835 12 ga 3 1/2" shells, $325. Ruger 77 30-06 Bushnell scope, $625, good cond., 330-897- 1038. FOR SALE: Ice Shanty, $40. 893-2811

Fishing (330)


Rem. 700 Syn. .270, $485. Rem. 700 Wal. .308, $599. Rem 7 Wal. .204, $485. Sav. Axis, 22-250, $260 Ruger 77/22 22LR, $450 Marlin XT 22LR, $175 Moss. Pump 410, $275 TC Contender w/ 3 barrels $1055.

Call Marty at:

Erbs Sports and Archery, Charm, OH 330-231-0315. MATTHEW SWITCHBACK, all accessories, 6 arrows with broad heads, 330-7494568 for more information . SAVAGE 270 with Bushnell scope, $450/obo. 330-600 -9477.


Will sell on location 1950 Zuercher Rd. Dalton, OH. From US RT 30 at the intersection of SR 94 take SR 94 south one mi. to Withrich Rd. then west one mile to farm or at the intersection of US 30 and S. Wenger Rd. ½ mi. west of Dalton take Wenger Rd. south to Zuercher Rd. then SW to farm. From downtown Kidron, OH take Kidron Rd. (CR 52) north one mile to Hackett Rd. then east 7/10ths mi. to Zuercher Rd. then NE to farm.

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Diamond Bow w/acc. Rossi Mozzleloader w/scope & acc. Stealth Cam Trail Cameras, new, never been used. (330) 897-4308 Buckmaster Compound Bow, includes sights, rest, stabilizer & quiver. $250 obo 330-600-0456 ENCORE W/204 Barrel, Encore w/220 Swift Barrel. Winchester Model #70, 22-250, 2 model Single 6 w/both cylinders. H-R 22 Convertible Pistol. (330) 473-0096 GREYBACK GORILLA climbing treestand. Ex. cond. Used one season, 25#. Very comfortable. 330-567-2255


Lawn & Garden

2009 48" 17hp Burton Commerical Walk Behind Mower, w/Z controls & metal catcher, very good condition, serviced, ready to go. $2,250. (330) 264-6605 98 Polaris 500, Sportsman 4 wheeler, $2000. Liberty 15 gun safe, $900. 330-465-3439. 2011 50" TORO Zero turn m o w e r , $ 2 5 0 0 . 330-465-3439.


Miscellaneous Merch.

NEW PFAFF Sewing & Embroidery Machines and Sergers for sale. Available at Lackman's Sewing Center, Apple Creek, OH 330-698-3060.

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Natural Gas Wall Heater (Vanguard) Excellent condition - used only one winter in double garage. Thermos t a t c o n t r o l , 15,000-30,000BTU. Excellent heat range for double garage size area. All mounting bracket material included. $175 Call 330-418-6300. FOR SALE: Enterprize cook stove with shelf and oven. Nelson Yoder, 5642 CR 59, Millersburg, OH 44654 FOR SALE: Upholstery, $2/yd, lots of colors to choose from. Used to re-upholstery your furniture, or to make bags, comforters, couch covers etc. Leon R Miller. (330) 763-3733

Get ready for Spring sunshine! 15% off 245-watt solar panels $275.00/reg., $233.75/sale. March 15-31. Also, 5% off all batteries. The Lighthouse Installation, 8216 TR 568, Fredericksburg, Oh 44627. (330) 275-0535 CORNHOLE GAMES - 2 sets. Both are full color photo decals on them. (1) Deer photo & (1) Beach Sunset photo. Very sharp. $145/each or both for $250. Includes bags. Photos can be sent. (330) 275-6992. WOOD SAVER stove. Like new, $400. #32 Meat grinder on stand. Ex. cond, $200. Allen Hersh., 10034 CR, Shreve O 330-601-6616


MONDAY, MARCH 17, 2014, 12:00 NOON REAL ESTATE: The former Clarence Nussbaum farm is a prime eastern Wayne County farm that will be sold in its entirety. The farm has frontage on Zuercher and Withrich Roads. The improvements include two – two story frame homes, a bank barn w/36 tie stalls, a garage/shop, and various other outbuildings. These homes have been rented for many years and are nothing special. The larger home is heated by a propane furnace, has a large kitchen open to the living room, office ½ bath, & laundry area on the first floor. Upstairs are 3 BR’s & a bath. The smaller home has kitchen LR & full bath on the first floor & 3 BR’s upstairs. A fuel oil furnace provides the heat. There are approx.. 80 tillable acres on this farm plus approx.. 15 acres of pasture and woodland. Most of the tillable acres are level to rolling w/good drainage. Most of the pastureland is low lying in the flood plain along Sugar creek. INSPECTION: All showings must be scheduled by appointment. The farm is currently rented and operated by Mr. Dave Steiner and his family and we ask that you respect their privacy and their ongoing dairy operation. TERMS: We require a non-refundable down payment of $25,000.00 at the close of the auction with the balance to be paid in full at closing in approximately 45 days. There are no financing contingencies. Any desired inspections must be done prior to the auction. NOTE: More detailed information is available on the website You can pick up a brochure from the information box at the driveway or download it from the website.


JON MAST, BROKER/AUCTION MGR. 330-763-3883 www/

BUILDING ON CITY LOT BUS STATION-STORAGE BUILDING OFFICE SITE-PARKING AREA-WAREHOUSE Will sell the following real estate at absolute auction on location at 127 East Henry Street, Wooster, Ohio. Located just East of South Market Street behind the new Gulf gas station.


The only bus station selling at auction in Wooster this week. This property currently is used as a bus station for major lines. The building features office area, large waiting or meeting room, rest room, and garage w/ OH door. Need a storage building? This will work. Need a small office? This will work. Has parking at the door. Within walking distance of restaurants, gas stations, post office, and a rejuvenated South Market Street area. And it all sells to the high bidder. No minimums. No reserves. No buyer premium. Terms are 10% down day of auction and balance due at closing. Arrange your financing and come bid your judgment. Open for inspection 1 hour before auction or by appointment. Put your dollars to work in a downtown location. Plat and pictures at Click on real estate auctions. CAROL L. PITMAN, OWNER AUCTIONEER/REALTOR- Dave Acker BROKER- Jack Gant

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FOR SALE: K.D. 6 & 7' 4/4 Cherry Prime Red, $1.55; Prime Sapp, $1.40; 1,com. $1.10; Rustic, ¢.95. Mullet Run Lumber 5474 TR 117, Baltic, 330-893-4085. FOR SALE: Slate & Old Pine Barn Siding, 1' wide, good shape. (330) 231-9853 MAYTAG ROUND tub wringer washer, good condition, $250. EMPIRE 15,000 btu ventless heater, $75. CHAMPION Hard coal stove, $100. 330-897-6602. MAPLE SUPPLIES sap bags .45 each. Clear taps .16. Gas or electric R.O.S. clear, filter, presses and more. Weaver Maple, 8183 TR 611, Fredericksburg, OH FOR SALE: 3x5 stainless steel evaporator with arch, $500. David Yoder, 7044 CR 201, Mbg. 330-674-4014 6500W PORTABLE Generator w/Honda Engine, very low hrs, excellent cond. $1,500. (330) 473-9230 NEW HAND CRATE Oats crimper harden rolls, $215. 330-275-9675. INVENTORY SALE starting NOW! Don't miss it. Schlabach's Store, W.C., M-F, 8-5, Sat-3 330-893-2510 ADJUSTABLE HOSPITAL bed, sits up & massages, $100. Also Alternator on mount, geared to run faster, $50 (330) 893-9218

Miscellaneous Merch.

12 VOLT Fluorescent Bulbs, 6500k, 20 watt = 100 watt, $4.50. 7 watt = 35 watt, $2.50. 330-695-5395. 6X10 TRAILER, w/sides, like new, $1,000. Good used top Buggy, lights & brakes, $1,500. 330-473-8271 VERSA FERGUSON steel conveyor sections inc. 4 ten ft sections, 2 six ft curves, 8 adj. stands. $550 for all. 330-2331-9800 231-8250 11 HP Honda Motor, good condition, $350. 5 HP air compressor on slide, $300. 1000 gallon air tank, $500. 4AM Air motor, $75. Grizzly table saw with 30" shop fox stints, $400. 330-893-3712. YAHAMA 5,200 watt generator, natural gas auto start, 2 years old, new head and valves, needed bigger generator, $1,399. Can add new pump and 2 pressure tanks for $1,350 for water system. Rebuilt Magnum 2000 watt inverter charger and 4 used L16 batteries, $759. Used wood stove heats 2000 sq. ft., $325. 330-275-8567 BOONTOWN PRESSSURE Washer, 3000psi, 3GPM, 9HP Vanguard. Also Titan Industrial Diesel Generator, 7500 Watt, Easy on fuel, $550 ea. 30 day warranty. Christ Yoder, Charm. (330) 893-2095† Ext. 2 SAYLOR BEALL air compressor. Rebuilt and ready to work. 330-674-3971 ext 4

FOR SALE: Used buggy, steel wheels, hydraulic brakes, roll-up curtains, lights & glass front; Also, harness, like new. Aden Yoder, (330) 359-5459

FOR SALE: T14 Martin houses. Vinyl, Cedar or pine, Starling and sparrow traps, Bird houses and feeders, Wild Cat Woodcrafts, 330-897-7403.

FOR SALE: Grain crimper with Honda motor elect. start, new. Andy Raber, (740) 622-1386

FOR SALE: New large easy entry pony cart. David Troyer, 8336 TR 601, Fredericksburg, 44627. $450/obo

ELECTRIC MYERS deep well pump, good condition. $325. 330-275-5662.

BROTHER-ALL IN one MFCJ625DW, Like new, $90. 330-390-0177.

Kaufman Auction House 3149 SR 39, Millersburg OH

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

Monday, March 17, 2014 at 5:00 PM Antiques * Glassware * Household * Furniture * Misc. * Selling in 2 Rings

Monday, March 24, 2014 at 5:00 PM Antiques * Glassware * Household * Furniture * Misc. * Selling in 2 Rings Note: In addition to our Monday sale we will be selling an individual lifelong antique collection. 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: Bernina 220 Sewing machine, excellent condition, $550. 330-852 -4961

4-DRAWER FILE cabinet, Metal Desk w/glass top, oak entertainment ctr. (330) 763-0927

500 GAL Propane Gas Tank, in excellent condition, $750. Also, (2) med size propane unvented heaters, $100 ea. (1) small propane unvented heater, in excellent condition $80. Call after 5pm. (330) 852-2742

(19) 280W Solor Panels, $280, or 2 or more for $270. New, warranty included. Apple Creek OH (330) 621-2744

RIGHT HAND in-swing entry door, 36". Screen door, 36". Set 5-0 bi-fold hollow-core standard size closet doors. 330-852-4548.

FOR SALE: 6,500 watt inverted Honda natural gas generator. Can be switched to regular gas, electric start with remote auto start. Good cond., $2500. 330-893-1439

FOR SALE: Single draft show harness with breast pad, like new. Andy Raber, 740-622 -1386. FOR SALE: Surrey, good condition, $2600. William Miller, 6310 TR 327, Millersburg 44654. 330-674-4466. SURREY FOR Wheelchair, lights, brakes, storm front, Like new, Andy Raber, (740) 622-1386 HERITAGE PORK, naturally raised, no GMO feed. Whole, half & 25lb sample pks. (330) 674-7488

FOR SALE: Open buggy, like new. Fiberglass seat, lights, hydraulic brakes. Make offer. L. Yoder, 8050 Weaver Fredericksburg, OH FOR SALE: SOLAR Panel 250 watt, $300 while supplies last. 330-674-5740. LM. FOR SALE: Boys buggy with lights and signals. Also, good used baby bed. 330-674-0730. CORN HOLE BAGS: $12/set of 8 bags...5 sets or more, $10/set of 8 bags. Norman C. Yoder, 4256 TR 374, Millersburg. 330-893-7421.

FOR SALE: T-14 Cedar Martin boxes, painted. 740-623 -0782 ext. 1. HYDROGEN UNIT for non computerized gas motor. New, still in box. Save 50% on fuel, paid $1200, sell for $500/obo. (330) 695-9963.


Pets Supplies

FOR SALE: 6 yr. old reg'd black & tan Coon dog, no trash, good mouth. Call 330-695-2090 or 698-0346 AKC BEAGLE Female, 5 yrs old, (330) 674-1411

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Sugarcreek Office

New Philadelphia Office

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

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

Millersburg Office 40 West Jackson Street Millersburg, Ohio 44654 Phone 330.674.7355 Fax 330.674.0612 11743120

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MIXED BREED puppies, 8 weeks old, very child friendly, good family dog. $20. 330-279-3998. CHIHUAHUA TERRIER mix. DOB 12/28/13. 3 males, 1 female. Cheap. 330674-3140 leave msg. AKC LAB Females, 10 mo, must sell, Excellent for breeding stock. Out of a litter of 12. (330) 674-1416 AKC/UKC REGISTERED Proven 1 yr old Silver Standard Poodle, male. 1 yr old, Black Mini Poodle, male, color carriers. Standard $1,000 Mini $600. Free delivery. Call Kris (740) 816-0773

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3/4 ENGLISH BULLDOG pups. 1 male fawn and white, $300. 1 female brindle and white, $350. 12 weeks old. Call 330359-5089 TWO 14 MO. 3/4 English Bulldog, 1/4 Cur females. Brindle/white, $500 each. 330-600-9550 BEAGLE AUSTRAILIAN Shepherd Cross Puppies, very cute, 11 wks old, $25 obo. (330) 567-2683 FOR SALE: Australian Shepherd Blue Heeler mix puppies, 7 wks old, $35 obo. Jacob Shetler 330-893-2164

FOR SALE: Goldendoodle puppies, 2-female, 1-male, family raised, DOB: 1/14/14. 330-852-2827.

(2) CKC 10 month old Toy Terriers, females. (1) AKC Black and Tan Cavalier, male, small, 1 1/2 year old. (1) AKC Fawn Pug, male, 1 1/2 year old, 330-897-7610.

1 1/2 YEAR old black & white parti colored male, beautifully marked, 6.5 lbs., 11 1/2" tall, very friendly. 740-545-5047.

FOR SALE: 2 yr. old American English Bulldog; Female; Fawn w/ white marking nice $700 330-852-8620

THE OPDBA along with Petland, USDA APHIS Animal Care, & AKC invite you to our 2nd Annual Symposium. Through multiple formal presentations and an open forum, we will examine how working together we can improve animal welfare by looking at Genetics and Best Kennel Practices. March 25th, 2014, Registration begins at 5:30 pm, Dinner provided at 6:00 pm, Presentations begin at 7:00 pm. RSVP Freeman Raber 330-893-9140 by Monday, March 24th. Farmstead Restaurant, 4757 Township Rd. 366, Berlin, OH 44610.

10X20 DOG Kennel, No cages inside. Make offer. (6) 2'x4' wire cages all combined, solid dividers, like new. $400. (330) 893-3649

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271 N. Monroe St, Millersburg Beautiful brick 4 BR, 3 ½ BA ready to move in home. 3 floors of living space, living room Fireplace, Family room wood burner, all appliances stay. $183,500 Steve Maag 330-763-4769

73 W. Jackson St, Millersburg 73 W. Jackson currently set up as a tavern with upstairs apartment plus adjoining building also w/upstairs apartment. Real estate only. $240,000 Steve Maag 330-763-4769

313 N. Butler St, Baltic 4 Bedroom home with lots of room. This is a lot of home for little money. $47,500 Pat Kaufman

YELLOW LABADOR Retriever, male, 10 wks, AKC reg'd, vet checked with health papers, $200. Call 330-893-3909. FOR SALE: Terrier/Poodle cross puppies, 8 wks old, light colored pups, (330) 674-0809

FOR SALE: Beagle Terrier puppies, nice pets, $20. (330) 852-3510 UKC BLUETICKS 7 yrs., (1) male, $500. (1) female, $200 obo. 8645 Cutter Rd., Fredericksburg, OH 44627 FOR SALE: 4 mo old Border Collie Cross, 3/4 Border Collie, 1/4 Blue Heeler Pups, (330) 674-2163 FOR SALE: AKC Boxer Pups, 2-males, 1-white, 1-brindle, 14 wks old, (330) 897-0770 BEAGLE PUPS, 3-female, 1-male. DOB: 10/22/13. Exc hunting stock. Male- $85.00 Female-$100. 330-852-3915 YORKIES-AKC Reg. 3-male, Ready 3/5/14. Family raised, shots, wormed & Vet check. Down pmts. Coton, male 2/26/14 330- 473-9944 FOR SALE: 2 year old Curr female, needs work. (2) 10 week old Registered Curr puppies, $50 330-260-3430

AKC 5 mo old, Shitzu male, $225. (330) 231-9853 FOR SALE: dog kennel cages, 4 whelping pens, 14 feeders. 7 Water nipples, $300. 330-897-5410 WANTED: AKC or ACA Boston Terriers, 1 to 4 yrs old. (330) 695-2467

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Bowhunting Supershow! Hundreds of Archery Companies Under One Roof! March 21-23 Columbus Convention Center


279 N. Mad Anthony St, Millersburg Charming 2 BR home with newer windows & side yard. Perfect affordable starter home has main floor bath and large laundry room. Partial basement & storage room in rear of the house. $55,000 Tony Mullet 330-763-0249

ADORABLE puppies! Mom Chocolate Lab mix w/ possible Hound father Only 3 left. $35. 330-276-0742.

FOR SALE: Lady Amherst pheasants, 2-Roosters,-1 Hen. $30 each. If interested call 330-897-2067.

1047 West Main Street Sugarcreek, Ohio 44681 330-852-4111

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Pets Supplies

Amateur Tournaments, celebrities and tons of Equipment!

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CAVALIERS AKC Reg. 3-Female, 1-Ruby, 1-blk/ tan 1-Blenheim. Ready 3/4/14 Family raised, wormed, shots & Vet check. Taking down pmts. 330-473 -9944 PUGGLE BULLDOG cross, female, 10 months old, $450. 330-698-0161. 2 YR OLD 3/4 Maltese 1/4 Shih-tzu female. 4 yr old Shih-tzu female, very good moms, due in heat any time. $375 for both. 330275-8602 FOR SALE: 5 yr old Carmel colored extra small toy poodle, no papers, house puppy. (330) 600-1822

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NORWEGIAN ELKHOUND, Female, AKC Registered, 7 years old and bred. $125. 330-897-7830. AKC & ACA Golden Retriever Male Stud Service. $200 (330) 695-2153 Leave Message - Robert ONE YEAR old Beagle, male, out of great hunting stock, runs his own rabbits. (330) 897-2909 xt. 1. AKC LAB Puppies, Chocolate & Black, shots & wormed. Ready to go. (330) 695-3303 4 YEAR OLD Shiba, female. Will make nice pet or watchdog. $100/obo 330-8939955

Erb Real Estate Auction 33 Acre Holmes County Property

Location: 14801 TR 4 Brinkhaven OH 43006. GPS Coordinates: 40.490318, -82.158797 Directions: From US 62 between Killbuck & Danville take CR 25 north to CR 75 continue north & west 2.5 miles to TR 4, turn south 1/4 mile to property.

Thursday April 3rd, 2014 6:00 PM * 33 Acres * Richland Township * Holmes County * 4 Parcels * House * Shop * Barn * Wooded Acreage with Timber * Open Building Sites * Fenced Pasture * Hunting * Mineral Rights * Open for Inspection: Tuesday March 25th - 4:00 to 6:00 PM

TOY POODLES: 2 registered females, 3 1/2 yrs. old, 1 registered male, 1 1/2 yrs. old, $200. 1 grade female 4 yrs. old, $150. (330) 897-1306 FOR SALE: 8 week old ACA Yorkie, male. Also, 8 week old Grade Chihuahua, male. Both will stay small and cute. (330) 852-0722. CAVACHONS 4-RUBY, 1- female, 3-male, 1-Blenhiem male. Ready to go 3/25/14 Shots, wormed, Vet checked, family raised. Down pmts. (330) 473-9944 HAVENSE PUPPIES, AKC, 8 weeks old, black and white, 3 females, 4 males, shots and wormed. 330-275-8658.

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BREEDING MALES Wanted. Maltese, under 2 years and 7 lbs., $200. Mini Blue Merle Aussie, under 15lbs. and 3 years, can pay $300. Also, will buy Mini Aussie pups for $200 330-880-3392. FOR SALE: Cross between Maltese/Fox Terrier, 5 mo old, cute, must sell. (330) 763-3944 (2) AKC French Bulldogs, 1 male & 1 female, 6 yrs old. Champions in pedigree. 330-674-2267 10'X14' KENNEL. 45"x54" insul. dog house. Hot wire dog fence, 42"x100'. Must sellmake offer. 330-695-9369x3 A.C.A. BORDO (French Mastiff), male. Produces large litters, 7 years old, $500. ALSO, 3 year old Lab Bulldog mix. Bred to Bulldog male. Gaurenteed Bred. $600. 330-674-2754.

Keim Real Estate Auction Location: 8372 CR 318 Shreve Ohio 44676. GPS Coordinates: 40.646593, -82.020979. Directions: From SR 39 & SR 754 west of Millersburg take SR 754 north 3.3 miles to CR 318, continue north 1.7 miles to property. From Shreve take SR 226 southwest 1 mile to Centerville Rd., turn east 1 mile to CR 318, turn south 1.6 miles to property.

Monday April 7th, 2014 6:00 PM * 6.68 Acres * Ripley Township * Holmes County * 2 Story Updated Home * 3 Car Garage * Barn * Pasture Area with Deer Fence * Building Site * 2 Parcels * Open for Inspection: Thursday March 27th – 4:00 to 6:00 PM

Offering at auction a nice gentlemen's farm with good acreage and elbow room for your country living. Home features large wash room, kitchen, large dining room open into living room, full bath and bedroom with fireplace on the main floor along with 2 bedrooms and full bath upstairs. Large front porch. Full basement with utilities being well & septic, gas & wood burner heat. The home is wired for electric. 32’x72’ shop is currently used as wood shop but could have a variety of uses and the barn is 32’x40’. The land has several unique features including an in ground fruit cellar, fenced pastures and the wooded land has some mature timber. This land has provided good hunting and could be an ideal beef or horse farm and offers building sites, good pasture, and frontage. This homestead comes available just in time for spring planning so make arrangements to attend this auction! Parcel 1: 6.72 Acres w/ 160' frontage. Open building site or pasture land. Parcel 2: 5.1 Acres w/ 460' frontage. Includes the homestead. Parcel 3: 7.776 Acres w/ 477' frontage. Open building site or pasture land. Parcel 4: 13.404 Acres w/ 50' frontage. All wooded with mature trees & good hunting. TERMS: 10% nonrefundable down payment day of sale with the balance due at closing. No contingencies. Acreage & frontage amounts are approximate and subject to final survey. Buyer to pay $500 per parcel in surveying. Offered in parcels and combined. Announcements day of sale take precedence. All Mineral rights transfer with the property. Legal: Parcel #’s 2000045005 & 2000045006 in Richland Township of Holmes County and the Danville School District. Taxes per half year are: $951.32 based on CAUV; any recoupment is the buyer’s responsibility. Auction by order of: Ura & Becky Erb

(330) 852-4111 888-852-4111


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WANTED: BREEDER males, Min Pin and Doxins. Also, For Sale: Red and Blue heeler mixed pups, (330) 897-1348†x1 AKC BOXER Female, fawn & white, 4 yrs old, $250. Tim Hershberger, (330) 893-0171 FOR SALE: 2 yr old Female Pug English Bulldog, Brindle color, due to cycle anytime. (330) 695-9310

Pets Supplies

AKC CAVALIER King Charles Spaniel, 4 yr old, male, Blenheim, $200. 330378-5275. BEAGLE PUPS, 7 wks old, out of very good hunting stock, Wesley Miller, (330) 567-5944 FOR SALE: 4 mo. old ACA mini Dachshund female, piebald red/white, very cute! $350. 330-359-0245.

FOR SALE: NEW 2-Section rabbit hutch with 2 boxes on the outside. (330) 275-4645. 4 MO old 3/4 English Bulldog females, some brindle & some white, friendly & pretty. $550 (330) 695-2845


ENGLISH BULLDOG/ Puggle cross, females, breeding stock, good mothers, $500/ea. (330)600-2807

NORWEIGIAN ELKHOUND Puppies, AKC Reg., Make good farm & hunting dogs, $200 ea. (330) 897-7830 AKC 5 YEAR, male, Yellow Lab. Champion lines. Eye, Hips, and Elbow Certified, $900 330-763-4887. UKC WALKER Coonhound pups, 3-F, 2-M. Will be 1 year old in April, started on coons & cats. They need work $200 ea 330-893-9896

DOG RESTS, 16x19, $19.95 ea. No chewing, sanitary, easy to clean, appr. by Ohio Dept of Ag. Available in all sizes. Bert E. Miller, 8376 TR 528, Shreve. (330) 317-8570


Sports Fitness

NORCO FLAT bar road bike, like new, less than 100 miles, $950 obo. VM (330) 695-9924


Tools Machinery

FOR SALE: Like New Gillette Belt Driven Generator, 12000 Watt, $700 (330) 893-4603 FOR SALE: BINKS 2 1/2 gal. pressure pot with hoses and SV100 gun, like new, $500. (330) 897-1432


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

Tuesday, March 18, 2014 4:00 P.M. Half Cents * Half Dollars * Silver Dollars * Gold * Misc. Affordable country property with acreage, solid improvements, and central location. The home features large family room with wood stove, kitchen, living room, bedroom, and full bath on the main floor with 2 bedrooms upstairs. Basement has had recent updating with new concrete floors. Utilities include well & septic, natural gas forced air furnace. The home has some replacement windows and new flooring throughout. 3 car garage is attached to the house with an open breezeway. Barn features deer pen and corral area and the acreage features 2 deer paddock pasture areas. Concrete driveway, landscaping, and mature trees are all compliments to this fine country offering. Join us for the open house and see for yourself all this property offers. Parcel 1: 3 Acres with 285’ frontage. Includes home & outbuilidngs. Parcel 2: 3.68 Acres with 399’ frontage. Nice Building Site. TERMS: 10% nonrefundable down payment day of sale with the balance due at closing. No contingencies. Acreage & frontage amounts are approximate and subject to final survey. Buyer to pay $500 per parcel in surveying. Offered in parcels and combined. Announcements day of sale take precedence. All Mineral rights owned by seller transfer with the property. Legal: Parcel #’s 2300570000 in Ripley Township of Holmes County and the West Holmes School District. Taxes per half year are: $936.66 Auction by order of: Norman Keim

(330) 852-4111 888-852-4111


Half Cents-Half Dollars: 1804, 05, half cents; 1794, 1802, 07, 38, 54, large cents; 1909s, 10s, 24d, 31s, Lincoln cents; bag of 5000 wheat pennies; bag of 5000 s-mint wheat pennies; 1832 bust half dime; 1853, 56, seated half dimes; 1902, 05, 09, V-nickels; 1841o, 53, 76 ,seated dimes; 1875s 20-cent pc.; 1831 bust quarter; 1838, 53 ,54, 57, 75, 76, 77cc, 77s, seated quarters: 1900o, 15, barber quarters; 1809, 35, bust halves; 1858o, 77, seated halves; 1897o, 1916d, barber halves; walker & Franklin halves. Silver Dollars: 1877, 18s, trade; 1878 rev. 79, 78s NGC MS64, 79o, 80, 80o, 8lo, 83cc, 85s, 87o, 89cc, 89s/s, 91 NGC MS62, 92cc, 92o, 94s, 96o, 96s, 97s, 99s, 1900s, 02 PCGS MS63, 03s, 04s, Morgans; 1921, 24s, 25s, 26s, 27, 28s, 34d, 34s, 35, 35s, peace. Gold: 1892cc $20. liberty head; 1900 S10. liberty head; 1910d $5. Indian head; 1889 $3. pc.; 1873 $2.50 liberty head; 1908, 10, 11, S2.50 Indian heads. Miscellaneous: 1899 $1. (black eagle) silver cert.; 1907 $5. (wood chopper) note; 1914 $10. FRN; 1914 $5. FRN; 1922 $10. gold cert.; 1929 $20. national currency note Marion, Indiana; 1935d Arkansas, 1922 Grant, 1925 Lex.-Concord,1926s Oregon Trail; 1920 Pilgrim, 1925 St. Mt. Com. halves; 1753 ship wreck coin ANACS select; 1783 colonial Wash. & independence; 1793 colonial Kentucky token; civil war tokens; silver eagles; proof sets; mint sets & more. NOTE: This is only a partial list of approx. 400 lots to be sold in catalog order. Doors open 2 hrs. prior to sale time. Online bidding available at thru www.

(330) 852-4111 888-852-4111

ADEN YODER, AUCTIONEER 330-231-8983 or 330-359-5458 DERRICK KANDEL, AUCTIONEER 330-231-4524

The Holmes County Hub Shopper

FOR SALE: Omga 12" Miter saw with air motor, good cond. 2586 CR 160, Millersburg. 330-359-0812. MILLERMATIC 252 wire feed welder, $1,900 330-6959376. FOR SALE: 9' Ground Driven Pequea Hay Tedder, good condition. (330) 893-4328 FOR SALE: Grizzly table top edge sander, good condition with hydraullic motor. Allen Miller, (330) 893-2312 FOR SALE: 2000W Honda Generator, runs good, $550. Also, brand new battery operated grease gun, can also be used as vehicle outlet. $100. (330) 763-0999 FOR SALE: Pallet forks for skid loaders, $550. Also Grappel Bucket, priced to sell. Mt. Eaton Trailer, LLC. 330-359-0150 FOR SALE: 2011 LM-2 log master portable band MT1. Fully hyd. 35 HP Vanguard gas motor 36 in. by 25 ft. log capacity, $18000. Also, 2x26 Marathon portable edger 24 HP Honda split saws, $2500. Andrew J. Yoder, 32719 SR 643, Fresno OH 43824 897-0068 NEW 14.4V DeWalt Drill/ Driver, w/2 batteries & charger. $150 obo. 330-473-3595 FOR SALE: 20KW Onan Generator, with 4cyl Ford Engine, with enclosure, good condition. $5,500. (330) 231-2634


Wanted to Buy

WANTED: ROUND Pen, in good condition. (330) 473-9567 WANTED: A good used wooden wardrobe. Also, a good used nat. gas frig. suitable for kitchen, prefer white. Call 330-674-0557 ext. 1 WANTED: PIONEER Spike tooth harrow in good condition. (330) 897-0096 ext. 2 WANTED: OLDER Pony, needs to be broke for small children. State size & price. Albert Yoder, 330-893-1613. WANTED: YOUNG Jersey family cow, (330) 695-2191 WANTED - 1 or 2 well broke Belgian horses. Marvin Hershberger, 8100 Apple Creek Rd. Fred., OH 44627 STEEL WHEEL Surrey or Mini Surrey. State condition and price on 1st message. 419-632-4339. WANTED: 1 HP Electric Motor, 330-897-0681.

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WANTED: ADULT German Shepherd, female & male, black & tan, (330) 674-1400 WANTED BRICKS. Also, concrete block 8-10" wide, in good condition. 330-275 -9675. WANTED: PIGEONS $2.00 on color, $3.00 on whites. Call Kevin, 330-231-9170. Will pick up Tuesday if 50 or more. Buying year around. WANTED: PONY cart in good condition. (330) 674-1403


Apartment Rentals

KILLBUCK, 2 BR apt., gar. w/d hookup, ideal for couple or single, $370 +deposit & utilities. 330-276-4091. STOP PAYING Rent & Own, Triplex & shop For Sale in Killbuck, very good condition. Live in one unit and others will make your payments. Property qualifies for many 1st time home buyers programs. (330) 674-2819 COUNTRY EFF. Shreve area, ideal for 1, utils. pd, $350/mo. 330-378-5558. 1 BR APT For Rent in Wilmot. Newly remodelled, util incl'd. $500/mo +$400 dep. 330-465-5593.


Duplex Rentals

2 BR upstairs in Shreve modern, cute & very clean, w/d, refrig. & stove incl'd, $400+utils 330-466-6351 2 BR Shreve - modern, secluded, very clean, w/d, refrig. & stove incl'd, $440 +dep, +utils. 330-466-6351

1999 DODGE RAM 3500 Dual wheel 24 valve cummins, 4dr, 4x4, new clutch, rebuilt 5 spd trans, power/ leather seats, goose neck hitch, edge programmer, 255k. mi., Exc. Cond., $12,900/obo. 330-852-1988.


Automobiles $4200.


2003 MERCURY sable wagon LS, new tires, new jasper transmission, like new, loaded, 124k. mi., $3400/ obo. 330-231-5745 1996 OLDS Aurora Sedan 4d, 97k. mi., loaded, good tires, runs good, dependable. $1900. Berlin 330-763-1689 CASH! Pickups available. No equipment or vehicle too big for our disposal. Call evenings, 330-275-7980.



WANTED: FEEDER Pig Nursery Fence, Prefer upright bars, spaced no more than 2", 24" - 36" high. (330) 893-3407

3BR, 1.5BA, Home on approx 2 acres, lg front lawn, private well & septic, 2 car gar., quite road in East Holmes, Assists pets only. No Smoking. $750/mo + Utilities. Joe - 330-852-1988


FOR SALE: Boat Motor 25 H.P. Tohatsu 2009, 4 stroke, fuel injection, long shaft, tiller, power tilt and trim, Exc. cond., $3000. Also, Minn kota Maxxum Trolling motor, excellent condition, $120. Roy Troyer 6274 CR 77, Mbg, 44654 1/2 mi. N. of Bunker Hill. FOR SALE: 1981 Bass tracker with consul and a 35 hp even rude, fish finder, live well, controlling motor, foot controlled. No leaks, everything works fine. $2600. 330-897-0629. 2002 CRESTLINER Angler 16 ft. 50 HP Mercury trolling motor. 2 fishfinders water ready, $9500. 330-231-4911 FOR SALE: 2003 9.9 Yamaha boat motor four stroke long shaft. Good cond., $1400. 330-359-0900 16' CRESTLINER row boat, alum., Deep V, 4-bench seats, w/cover & oars, exc. cond. Reg. good until 2016, $900. (330) 988-7953. FOR SALE: 17' Fiberglass boat with 80 hp mercury. $500/obo. 330-260-3430. FLY HIGH wake boarding pole w/mult-board rack, $350/ obo. (330) 473-3503


WANTED TO BUY: Good used natural gas freezer. (330) 897-1076

WANTED: NATURAL gas refrigerator. Call (330) 275-0535

TAKING APPLICATIONS for 14x70, 2br, 2ba, 1-Master w/french doors, Dining area w/china cabinet, D/W, Nashville Area. 1 yr lease. Covered front porch, LP Gas Heat, Woodland Setting, water/ sewer incld. Great for retirees. $550/mo, + Dep/$550 (330) 378-3431

Farms for Sale YOU GOT SCRAP - WE GOT

13.5 ACRES IN Bakersville. Excellent view at 1,100 ft. elevation! $155,000 with partial mineral rights or $125,000 without mineral rights. 888- 996-9196.


01 DODGE RAM 2500 Diesel, 4x4, 5 spd, rust free, with custom bumper. $12,500. 330-275-0426.

spd, 168k., 567-3928.

FOR SALE: Lake Buckhorn lot #1467, $1000 obo. (330) 893-2112

Trucks SUVs 720

REMODELED 3 BR on large lot near Nashville, $550 +heat & elect. Refs. & sec. dep. required. 330-378-5121

Land Sale Rent 2004 HONDA Civic LX 4 dr, 5

FOR SALE: 22.7 ACRES, 2 large pole buildings, 7 acres big trees, 4 mi. SW of Wooster. $250,000. 330-464 -0592.


Mobile Home Rentals 540

FOR SALE: 1999 Ford F250 4X4, Crew cab, Lariat 7.3L, Diesel. 330-464-1093.



2003 GMC Savannah, AWD, dark blue, 8 or 12 pass., 102K, $3,500. 330-473-3530 2000 GMC Safari 7 pass. van, Exc. Cond., no rust, runs great! $2500. 330-464-2809 or 330-464-2811. 1998 GMC Safari 7 pass. van, Exc. cond., very little rust, runs great. $1500. 330-464 -2809 or 330-464-2811.


Building Materials

HILLSIDE WINDOW and doors with composite jamb, $295. Vinyl windows with heavy duty aluminium screen. Free estimates. We install. We now stock doors. 330-897-1222 x3.

207 Doors & Windows • Vinyl Windows 06500 AD13113930 72

• Free10190485 Estimates 4881 CR 207 Millersburg, OH

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


Cabinet Making

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



Motorcycles ATVs

Home Condo Rentals

WANTED: MEDIUM size EZ Entry pony cart, in good condition. (330) 275-5790


HEALTH BOOK wanted. The Natural Remedies Encyclopedia, Authors: Vance Ferrell & Harold Cherne MD. Call (330) 893-2095†Ext 2

3900-SF WAREHOUSE for rent w/restroom, office & loading dock. 8216 TR 568, Fredericksburg. Call (330) 275-0535

Comm. Property - Rent

KAWASKI 2006 4-Wheeler, 750 Brute Force, w/winch & snow plow, $6,400. 330-390-0284


Trucks SUVs

2006 Chevy Uplander, 109k mi., runs good, but check engine light goes on & off, $4000/obo. Lester Miller (330) 231-2653. '02 F-350, 7.3 Power Stroke diesel, 4x4 dually, has 9-ft. alum. flatbed, 291k mi., $9500. (330) 231-5456

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



D YODER CONSTRUCTION: Custom Homes, Remodeling homes, garages, decks roofing, & pole buildings. Free Estimates. (740) 294-3215

Construction 865

SHINGLE BUGGY for rent, available for pickup in Sugarcreek & Holmesville. Will deliver. Dale's Rental, 330-763-1227



Building all types of wood & wire fences. Have ambusher to clear old fence rows. Free est. United Fencing 330-359-2314 x1 / 231-8813 NEW SUPPLY OF Fence Material. Woven wire, wood and steel posts, poplar and yellow pine boards, gates, hog and cattle panels horse cote and accessories, Supremo barb, 3 or more rolls, $38.25 each. 4,000 ft high tensile wire, $76.50. Doughty Valley Fence, 330- 674-7440. Installation 330- 893-1803. YODER'S FENCE & Brush Removal. Will build all types of farm fence. 23 yrs. exp. Free est. 330-763-0497


Lawn & Gardening

WILL TILL Gardens in Holmes County Area. Will also do some bobcat work. Duane Weaver 330-763-1192



MAST PAINTING Need to give your cupboards a facelift? We can help. We paint cupboards any color you want. We also do paint & glazing. Call (330) 473-3595 SIGLER PAINTING specializing in neat, clean, quality interior painting. Third generation painter. Exc. refs. Free est. 330 317-7048.


Pole Steel Building

FOR SALE: 20x20 2 story pole barn, steel roof, steel sides, build in 98, make offer. (330) 852-3150.



Troy Ridge Mfg


3998 Cr 168 Millersburg, OH 44654 (330) 473-7727 Custom Welding Specializing in Aluminum 11200 AD13108799 144 Truck Beds • Tool Boxes TRUCK

I BUY junk cars 262-9300 ICH KAUF! Scrap Metal, Will do wedding & church scrap cleanups also. Call evenings @ 330-275-7980 HAULING WITH 1 ton dump truck & trailer. Will also do bobcat work. Duane Weaver, 330-763-1192.

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6 PASS. Mini van looking for work routes, Holmesville /Fredericksburg. Weekly rates, 330-390-0041.


Heating 1130

FOR SALE: Mullet coal furnace. Good codition, $850. Samuel Miller, 47963 Twp. Rd. 217, Mbg., Ohio 44654


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


All Prices cleArly MArked On Windshields Beat the Spring & Summer Prices mini vanS on Sale now!! PriceS STarTinG aT $4995

2010 Chrysler Town & Country 04, 05, 07, 08 Toyota Sienna LE 2000 Chevy Astro Conversion 04, 06 Honda Odyssey EXL 2008 Honda Odyssey LX 2009 Honda Odyssey EX

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

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2009 Ford F150 EXT 4x2 XLT




2013 Chevy Cruze 2LT




















2013 Chevy Malibu LT

















2012 Chevy Captiva 2LS

2011 Dodge Nitro Heat 4x4







2013 Dodge Grand Caravan SXT 2012 Jeep Liberty LTD 4x4










2012 Honda Civic LX




2013 Chevy Cruze 2LT

2010 Mazda 3 Sport

2009 Chevy K1500 Crew LS




2012 Chrysler 200 Touring LX

2013 Chevy Impala LTZ

2012 Chevy Captiva 2LS













2012 Chevy Equinox 2LT FWD














2011 Ford Edge SEL AWD




2012 Chevy Equinox 2LT AWD 2011 Chevy Equinox LTZ AWD 2012 Ford Escape Limited 4x4 2012 Chevy Traverse 2LT AWD 2011 Chevy K1500 Crew LT 2011 Cadillac SRX Luxury AWD




2011 Buick La Crosse CXS










2011 Chevy K1500 Crew LT

2011 Buick Enclave CXL AWD










2013 Chevy K1500 EXT LT







2011 Cadillac SRX AWD







2011 Chevy Tahoe LTZ





2011 KIA Soul Plus FWD




2013 Chevy Cruze 2LT



2013 Chevy Impala LTZ

2010 Honda Accord EX-L




2010 Chevy Equinox 1LT FWD

2010 Cadillac CTS



2013 Chevy Sonic LT

2013 Chevy Impala LTZ


2013 Chevy Sonic LT

2013 Chevy Spark LT

2013 Mazda 2 5DR

2012 Nissan Versa S 5DR

2008 Honda Accord EX-L 4DR

2008 Chevy K1500 EXT LS

2013 Chevy Captiva LT FWD




2012 Chevy Malibu LS

2012 Chevy Cruze LT

2011 Mini Y Hardtop





2005 Ford F450 DRW Utility

2012 Kia Forte EX



2011 Mazda 2 Sport 4DR


2013 Chevy Impala LTZ




2011 Chevy Equinox 2LT FWD




2013 Chevy Captiva LTZ FWD




2012 GMC Terrain SLT-2 AWD




2013 Chevy K2500 Crew LT





330-264-2300 800-589-2301 1119 W. Old Lincolnway Wooster, Ohio 44691

(Just across from the Wayne Co. Fairgrounds)


The Holmes County Hub Shopper

Thursday, March 13, 2014 — 39

330-345-5200 888-244-6632


$0 Security Deposit Leases

2014 Civic Sedan LX

2014 Accord Sedan LX

Automatic Transmission

36 Month Lease

College Hills Honda

Locally Owned and Operated

2014 Honda Accord

Shop Online

We’ll Fit Your Lifestyle


149 Mo.


2014 CR-V AWD LX

Automatic Transmission


total due at signing

36 Month Lease

2014 Honda Accord


195 Mo.


Automatic Transmission


total due at signing

36 Month Lease

204 Mo.




total due at signing

36 Month 36,000 mile closed end lease. 2014 Civic LX Sedan Automatic, Accord LX Sedan Automatic, CRV LX AWD. $2499 due at signing plus tax, title, documentary fee, license plates and Mud Guards. Lease and Special Finance rates good for well qualified buyers approved with Honda Financial Services. Offers good through 04/03/2014.

“Special Finance Rates”



APR for 24-36 months

2014 Accord Coupe Special APR


APR for 24-36 months

2014 Accord Sedan Special APR

0.9% APR for 24-36 months or 1.9% APR for 37-60 months


APR for 24-36 months

2014 Civic Sedan Special APR

0.9% APR for 24-36 months or 1.9% APR for 37-60 months

2014 CR-V Special APR

0.9% APR for 24-36 months or 1.9% APR for 37-60 months

We’ll Fit Your Lifestyle

College Hills Honda Used Cars


APR for 24-36 months

APR for 24-36 months

2014 Odyssey Special APR

0.9% APR for 24-36 months or 1.9% APR for 37-60 months

0.9% APR for 24-36 months or 1.9% APR for 37-60 months Powertrain Coverage

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

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

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.




2013 Civic EX

2011 Civic LXS



2013 Fit Base



2011 Civic LX Sedan


2011 CRV EX 4WD



2011 Civic LX


2011 Accord SE

2011 Pilot EXL AWD


2011 Accord EXL



Other Select Used Cars


2011 Civic LX CPE

2011 Pilot EX AWD



2010 Civic LX Coupe

2011 Odyssey Touring


Special of the Week

$ P7715A

2007 Camry XLE

$ P7684A


$ P7723


2011 Patriot Sport


2006 Accord EX

$ A352A

Was $12,988



2011 Escape XLT


2010 Sonata SE









2005 Accord EXVL


$ P7710A

$ P7716


2009 Impala LS


2005 Accord EXL V6

$ A363A


2009 Prius Touring


If it’s not a Genuine Honda part, it shouldn’t be part of your Honda. Right Part. Right Fit. Right Now.



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


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

4600 Cleveland Rd., Wooster, OH 44691

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• All In Stock 2014’s Priced at GM Employee Pricing Financing • Sale Ends Soon, Hurry While Selection is Good! Available 2014 Chevy Spark 2014 Chevy Cruze 2014 Chevy Malibu 2014 Chevy Equinox

“Gas Saver”, Power Windows & Locks, Air #219

“Gas Saver”, Automatic, Air, Power Windows & Locks #182

Sale Price

MSRP.............................. $12,995 Sale.Price........................ $12,307



2014 Chevy Camero

Made In Ohio!

MSRP.............................. $19,180 Sale.Price........................ $17,979 GM.Rebate...........................$750 ***Autoshow.Bonus.Cash......$500

Sale Price



2014 Chevy 1/2 Ton Reg Cab

V6, Manual Transmission, Power Windows & Locks, Air #121

“New Body” Style, Air, Locking Rear Differential #113

MSRP.............................. $24,700 Sale.Price........................ $22,980 GM.Rebate...........................$500

Sale Price



Sale Price

MSRP.............................. $23,395 Sale.Price........................ $21,848 GM.Rebate........................$1,750 ***Autoshow.Bonus.Cash......$500



2014 Chevy Cruze DIESEL Clean Burn Diesel, Power Sunroof, Leather Heated Seats #031

MSRP.............................. $27,455 Sale.Price........................ $25,508 GM.Rebate........................$2,250 ***Autoshow.Bonus.Cash......$500

Sale Price



Made In Ohio!

Sale Price

MSRP.............................. $27,440 Sale.Price........................ $25,370 GM.Rebate........................$1,250 ***Autoshow.Bonus.Cash......$500



2014 GMC 1/2 Ton Reg Cab 4x4 2014 GMC 3/4 Ton Reg Cab 4x4

2014 Chevy Impala

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

6.0L V8, Auto, Air, Locking Rear Differential, Trailering Package w/ Brake Control #167

“New Body” Style, Trailering Package, Locking Rear Differential #116

MSRP.............................. $27,535 Sale.Price........................ $25,718 GM.Rebate...........................$500

Power Window & Locks, CD Stereo, Cd/ MP3 stereo w/ USB & SiriusXM Satellite, Keyless Entry #020

“Gas Saver”, Auto, Air, Power Windows & Locks, #148

Sale Price



MSRP.............................. $32,380 Sale.Price........................ $30,002 GM.Rebate........................$2,500 ***Autoshow.Bonus.Cash......$500

Sale Price



MSRP.............................. $36,995 Sale.Price........................ $33,546 GM.Rebate........................$3,500 *Trade.In.Bonus.Cash............$750 ***Autoshow.Bonus.Cash......$500

5.3L V8, “New Body” Style, Air Trailering Package, Locking Rear Differential #156

MSRP.............................. $33,670 Sale.Price........................ $31,248 GM.Rebate...........................$750

Sale Price



Sale Price



2014 Chevy Volt

Sale Price




2014 Buick Verano

Leather Heated Seats, Bose Stereo System, Power Seat, Remote Starter w/ Keyless Entry #067

MSRP.............................. $28,100 Sale.Price........................ $26,098 GM.Rebate...........................$500 ***Autoshow.Bonus.Cash......$500

Sale Price



2014 Buick Regal AWD

MSRP.............................. $37,315 Sale.Price........................ $34,203 GM.Rebate........................$2,250 ***Autoshow.Bonus.Cash......$500

Sale Price



MSRP.............................. $32,790 Sale.Price........................ $30,441 Rebate.................................$500

Sale Price



2014 Buick Encore

All-Wheel Drive, Power Sunroof, Leather Heated Seats, 18” Chromed Aluminum Wheels, Nvaigation #195

MSRP.............................. $34,975 Sale.Price........................ $32,180 Rebate.................................$250

Sale Price



2014 Chevy 15 Passenger Van 2014 Chevy 3/4 Ton Crew Cab 4x4 2014 Chevy 1 Ton Crew Cab 4x4 6.0L V8, Auto, Bluetooth, Power Seat, Remote Start, Aluminum Wheels, Steering Wheel Radio Controls DEM0 #069

Power Windows & Locks, Power Seat, Rearview Camera, Trailing Package, Locking Rear Differential #057

Gas/Electric Car, Power Windows & Locks, Air #160

Sale Price

MSRP.............................. $35,490

“New Body” Style, Trailering Package, Air, Locking Rear Differential #059

MSRP.............................. $36,740 Sale.Price........................ $33,614 GM.Rebate........................$1,750 ***Autoshow.Bonus.Cash......$500

Sale Price


All-Wheel Drive, Leather Heated Seats, Bluetooth, Alloy Wheels #150

2014 Chevy Traverse AWD 2014 Chevy 1/2 Ton Double Cab 4x4 2014 Chevy 1/2 Ton Crew Cab 4x4

All-Wheel Drive, Rear View Camera, Bluetooth, CD Stereo w/ USB & SiriusXM Satellite, Keyless Entry #114

MSRP.............................. $25,295 Sale.Price........................ $23,292 GM.Rebate...........................$500 ***Autoshow.Bonus.Cash......$500



MSRP.............................. $39,720 Sale.Price........................ $35,565 GM.Rebate........................$1,500

Sale Price



MSRP.............................. $47,706 Sale.Price........................ $42,555 GM.Rebate........................$3,500 **Trade.In.Bonus.Cash........$1,000 ***Autoshow.Bonus.Cash......$500

6.6L Duramax, Diesel, Allison Transmission, LTZ w/ Leather Heated Power Seats, Rearview Camera, Goosneck & Bumper Hitch, Spray In Bedliner DEMO #030

Sale Price



MSRP.............................. $62,840 Sale.Price........................ $55,549 GM.Rebate........................$5,000 **Trade.In.Bonus.Cash...........$750 ***Autoshow.Bonus.Cash......$500

Sale Price



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. **Must own a 99 or newer GM vehicle. ***Cleveland Auto Show Bonus Cash- Must be in qualifying counties, see sales person for which counties. Sale ends 3/31/14

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

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