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April Killbuck egg hunt is April 19 Killbuck will hold its annual Easter egg hunt April 19 at the Killbuck Community Park at 1 p.m. The event is for children ages 10 and younger. The Killbuck CIC is the sponsor.
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Bicycle safety promoted by helmet giveaway Free children’s bicycle helmets will be given away between 9-11 a.m. on Saturday, May 17 at the Holmes County Trail Depot in Millersburg. The purpose is to raise awareness about the importance of wearing helmets and to promote bicycle safety. The event is a part of Bicycle Helmet Awareness Week and the Ohio Chapter of the American Academy of Pediatric’s “Put a Lid on It” campaign. A free helmet will be given to the first 72 children who attend. There are three sizes available, designed to fit children ages 3-6, 7-10 and 11 or older.
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will hold its annual Easter Egg Hunt at Berlin Elementary School on Saturday, Holmes County Genealogy is planApril 19 at 4 p.m. It is for age groups: ning something special for the April 24 0-3 years; 4-6 years; 7-9 years and 10-12 meeting. Cheryl Abernathy, researcher years. Take your own Easter basket. and president of the organization, will be demonstrating how to use the FamCivil War Roundtable of ily Search online program. Everyone is welcome. Take your laptop and try it Holmes County to meet yourself. Meetings are held at 7 p.m. at The Civil War Roundtable program for the Genealogy Library, located on the the Tuesday, April 22 meeting at 7 p.m., lower level of the building next to the will be a first person presentation by Victorian House. living historian/storyteller Christopher Hart, curator of Roscoe Village. Hart’s presentation for the April meeting will Community breakfast be “Too Young To Fight.” It has to do with the 1864 Battle of New Market, Va. is April 24 The Civil War Roundtable of Holmes The Holmes County Department of County is a family oriented learning Job and Family Services will hold a comexperience. Everyone is welcome. For munity breakfast Thursday, April 24, at information contact Forrest Chanay at See Pg. 7 — CALENDAR 330-276-6202.
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Community Family finally arrives, brings unwelcome guest — flu Last week I told you the tale of woe about our Vermont kids trying to get here for a visit. Due to several problems, too numerous to mention, at airports they ended up getting here two days late, although their suitcases made it to Charleston on time. After only three trips to the airport we saw their smiling faces at last. The original plan was that they were to arrive on a Saturday and leave for a mid-year pastor’s meeting in Tennessee on Monday, returning here on Friday to spend an entire week. We had planned our schedules and meals accordingly.
to be like her big sister. They were down for the count in between doses of ibuprofen. Little Will, who is celebrating this third birthday while they are here, is All Boy — nothing like his two dainty, more ladylike sisters. Instead they arrived here on Monday evening So far he has managed to avoid the germs. with son Ethan coming We got in a few little down with what turned field trips in between out to be the flu and sickness and ordinary nap bronchitis. (The doctor time. We took them to the at the ER said there was nothing to do for it except playground in our subrest, take plenty of fluids, division a few times. They made new friends there. blah–blah-blah.) He was One morning we went to too sick to drive our car to Tennessee so they were the Santee Canal Park up in Moncks Corner. There here four extra days. A few days later Charis is a hiking trail that goes through the swamp and got a fever and Noelle by the canal. We did not followed her, wanting
take them on the entire length on the board walk. Instead we went to the very nice interpretive center and watched some films and admired the taxidermied animals that are native to the area. Another morning we took them to Cypress Gardens, just five miles from home. The azaleas are blooming so it was beautiful to walk around the pond. Noelle was worried about a large bee that kept following us so we cut that walk short. They liked the butterfly house and the aquarium building, and even the live alligators that were lounging in the enclosure. Their favorite was the
Church notes Marriage seminar is Friday, Saturday A marriage seminar by Sheltered Hearts Ministry (Henry and Verna Yoder), will be presented at United Dayspring Mennonite Church, 5641 Township Road 362, Berlin. The seminar will be April 18 at 6 p.m. and April 19 at 1 p.m. and 6 p.m. It is free and open to all adults and teens. If you are struggling, thinking about getting, wanting to help others or just want to see your marriage relationship grow, then consider attending. For more information, 208-290-8312.
‘This Light Remains’ at Coshocton Nazarene The Coshocton Church of the Nazarene will present “This Light Remains,” an Easter musical presentation of the life, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. Performances will be April 17-19 at 7:30 p.m. Doors will open at 7. Tickets are $1 each and are available at Buehler’s in Coshocton, Good News Book Store in Coshocton, and from the church office. Contact the church at 1058 Orange St., Coshocton, and by phone at 740-622-1912 for tickets or for more information.
Swiss steak dinner is April 26 Killbuck United Methodist Church will hold its annual swiss steak dinner April 26 from 4-7 p.m. at the Killbuck Elementary School cafeteria. Adult tickets are $10; ages 4-1, $5 and younger than 4, free.
Gospel Echoes banquets are April 29, May 6 The annual Gospel Echoes ban-
quets will be held Tuesdays, April 29 and May 6 at The Carlisle Inn in Walnut Creek. Both will be at 6:30 p.m. and the public is invited for a time of music and inspiration along with a delicious homestyle dinner. For complimentary tickets contact Dale and Ruth Mullett at 330-343-1098 or 330852-4319. A freewill offering will be received for prison ministry to provide literature and ministry teams to prisons and chaplains throughout the United States free of charge. Music will be by the Gospel Echoes Harvest and Mercy Road Teams, and a prison testimony will be by Arceli, who was once trapped in addiction and supported by burglaries, but found Jesus in a lonely prison cell. Gospel Echoes is headquartered in Goshen, Ind. and currently has six “road” teams who travel to more than 500 prisons and churches each year. There is also an extensive network of volunteers and a printing department which prints the Bible Study Correspondence Courses and Scripture Address booklets. These are provided free to prison chaplains and inmates throughout the U.S. and Canada. There is also a New Testament distribution program.
Christmas child More than 7.5 million shoeboxes filled with toys, school supplies and personal items were sent by Americans in 2013 to children throughout the world through Operation Christmas Child. Residents of the project’s East Ohio Area, which includes Holmes, Tuscarawas, Coshocton, Harrison and Carroll counties, donated 14,415 of those shoeboxes. An event is planned for April 27 in the Carlisle Inn at Sugarcreek for those who sew and crafters to get together to learn how to make things to put into shoeboxes. Contributions of volunteers, churches, clubs and other organizations are greatly appreciated. For details contact Betty Swartzbaugh at email@example.com. The shoeboxes will be collected Nov. 17-24. For more information on how to be involved locally contact Esther Troyer at firstname.lastname@example.org or 330-852-4039.
Donations are needed to help troubled boys. The Trading Post 4UCC4Christ Thrift Store is located at 7703-B state Route 241, just west of Mount distribution is Hope. All proceeds will go to supthird Tuesday port the Ohio Wilderness Boys The 4UCC4Christ will distribute Camp. Call 330-857-5516. or 330personal care items, baby needs, 464-1261. cleaning supplies and paper products the third Tuesday of each month in the basement of Baltic Village Free Bibles available Hall from 1-5 p.m. to assist those in RITTMAN — Need a Bible? We need. The next distribution will be can deliver/mail you one without May 19. cost or obligation. KJV Bible, New Testament, Large Print and Children’s Bible Stories are available. Seamstresses, crafters Contact: 330-855-7734, 330-927invited to learn 4857, 330-939-6231 or email@example.com. about Operation
cockatoo that kept asking “What’s your name?” We are now on week two. I have made at least three trips to the grocery store for various things — mostly fresh produce, juice and milk. Since we have only one refrigerator we can’t store as much of that kind so stuff as we used to in Ohio. One night we took Leah to the emergency room for an ear ache. She wants to get well before they need to fly back home to Vermont in a few days. Flying is what caused her ear problem in the first place so it will be a bit tricky. Shiloh, our dog, is adjusting to having lively little people around all
the time. He manages to sneak out with The Man of the House as much as possible. Little Will insists on petting him every time he is near and Shiloh gives him nervous looks. Leah is doing lots of laundry. I just try to stay out of the way. My office has been turned into the children’s bedroom. With the futon opened up and a single blow-up mattress on the floor there is a one foot space to walk in to get to my desk — unless it’s naptime or early bedtime. By the time we adjust to all this they will be gone. Then I will fumigate the place from all their germs and reclaim our spaces.
Community briefs New arrivals A GIRL, Deztiny Jolynn, was born March 20 at Wooster Community Hospital to Casey Lowe and Andy Parsons of Loudonville. She weighed 6 pounds, 8 ounces and was 19¼ inches long. She joins a sister Brookelynn, 4. Grandparents are Greg and Tari Lowe of Lakeville, Erin Taylor of Millersburg and Bill Parsons Sr. of Killbuck. Great-grandparents are Margie Wilson and Steve Clark of Wooster. AVERY LARIE was born March 8 to Eric and Courtnee Vonderhaar of Columbus. She weighed 7 pounds, 12 ounces and was 20.5 inches long. She joins a brother, Evan Ralph, 2. Grandparents are Ralph and Sue Vonderhaar of Indianapolis and Sandy Lastohkein of Fredericksburg.
Group gets funds for home repairs The Corporation for Ohio Appalachian Development, which includes Holmes County, is receiving a grant to help low-income Ohioans complete home repairs and to provide homebuyer counseling. The Ohio Development Services Agency is granting $5.68 million statewide to support health and safety home repairs, improve handicapped accessibility and provide down payment assistance
and homebuyer counseling. The Appalachian group will receive $432,000. Ohioans assisted must be at or below 50 percent of the area median income for home repairs and at or below 65 percent of the area median income for down payment assistance and homebuyer counseling. The program is funded by the Ohio Housing Trust Fund. For more information call 740-594-8499.
Prairie polling place changed 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.
Habitat accepting family applications Holmes County Habitat for Humanity is taking requests for applications for new partner families. The open application time period is April 1-June 1. All requests must be received by June 1. To request an application, call 330-674-4663 and leave a message, providing name, phone number and address where the application can be mailed. An application package will be mailed within a few days of the request.
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the Carlisle Inn in Walnut Creek. Registration begins at 8 a.m. This year’s topic is “Differential Response: Partnering with the Community to Strengthen Families” The speaker is Sonia Tillman. The breakfast is free and open to the community. RSVP to the Holmes County Department of Job and Family Services at 330-674-1111. The Ohio Children’s Trust Fund sponsors the event.
American Legion Post 494 of Sugarcreek announces its Spring Family Fish Fry schedule. All fish frys are at the Post Home on North Broadway Street in Sugarcreek and run from 4-7 p.m. The April fry will be Saturday, April 26. The May fry will be on Saturday, May 17. The Post will have frys on both Friday, June 13 and Saturday, June 14 of the ’50s Fling in Sugarcreek. Times for the ’50s Fling fry will be Friday from 4-7 p.m. and the Saturday fry will be from 11 a.m.3 p.m. Everyone is welcome.
‘Fire in the Haus’ to benefit Clinton FD “Fire in the Haus” fundraiser will be held Friday, April 25, 4-8 p.m. at Des Dutch Essenhaus, Shreve. Enjoy the popular soup and salad wagon, home-cooked favorites and delicious homemade desserts served by members of the Clinton Township Fire and Rescue. All tips will go toward the purchase of new and improved equipment.
Spring Family Fish Fry schedule
Nashville UMC to hold spaghetti dinner
Baltic Historical Society to hold open house The Baltic Area Historical Society will hold an open house at the museum on Saturday and Sunday, April 26-27 from 1-4 p.m. The museum is located in the basement of the Baltic State Bank. Attendees can register for door prizes from local merchants and enjoy pictures, antiques and lots more from the past as well as refreshments.
May Blood drive to be in Wilmot Wilmot Fire & Rescue will be teaming up with the Aultman Blood Center on Friday, May 2, from 2-7 p.m. inside the Wilmot Fire Hall. Please consider
A spaghetti dinner will be served April 26, 4-7 p.m. at the Nashville United Methodist Church. Sponsored by Nashville Girl Scout Troop No. 2562, See Pg. 18 — CALENDAR proceeds will help with a trip to Hershey, Pa. and an overnighter to the Columbus Zoo. Cost is by donation and carry-out will be available.
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so far is an old picture of the Millersburg pool,â€? said Corl, â€œwhich allows people to compare the image with how it looks now.â€? A newer feature of the project is the use of firsthand testimony. On the library website, there is a featured video of an interview with Sarah Bernhart, who describes â€œthe purchase, removal and rebuildingâ€? of the old Salem Reformed Church into a family residence on state Route 241. Corl said she hopes to feature even more videos in the future, with a group of community members sitting around a table, perhaps, and sharing some interesting stories from the past.
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Our Town (From Page 9) the memories alive. ... It’s also important for all those people who are just moving to the area. They don’t know the history of what happened here before, so this resource can give them memories they don’t have and give them a deeper appreciation for the area.” The project very much depends on community members, Corl added. It requires active participation and collaboration,
including from those who may no longer live in the county. “The online resources allow us to branch out,” noted Corl, “and bring together people from the Holmes County community, no matter where they happen to live now.” Yet the project is not limited to the Internet. All the items and resources can also be viewed in person at the Main Branch of the library — in the Genealogy and Local History Room.
Those who would like to donate to the project can contact Corl by calling the library at 330674-5972, or reach her by email at scorl@holmeslib. org. The project can be viewed online at http:// www.holmeslibrary.org/ local-history/ or at https:// www.facebook.com/ourtownhc. Reporter Brandon Zaffini can be reached at 330674-5676 or firstname.lastname@example.org. +HU:[HYJOLYWOV[V^^^I\`KYWOV[VZJVT
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Farming Holstein (From Page 12) Saturday, June 21 at the Tuscarawas County Fairgrounds, Dover. Kathy DeBruin from Agri-Graphics will be available to take pictures. Everyone is invited to attend and participate. Various other items were discussed. No officers were
elected this year. A pie baking contest was held. The winner was Jennifer Garrison, Carroll County, with a Carmel Apple Walnut pie. The pies were then auctioned off, prices paid ranging from $35 to $70 each, with the proceeds to be divided among the youth from
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Artwork adds a sophisticated touch and the best part is it doesn’t have to cost a lot. There are several websites where you can print artwork in a variety of styles and then frame it yourself. Accessories can also make a big difference; a new shower curtain, towels (in beautiful patterns), candles and window treatments go a long way. Moen offers a variety of accessories to complement any bath. Pull together the look of the space by adding knobs and pulls to your van-
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Nashville Jolly Farmers 4-H Club met April 7 with 20 members and four Cloverbuds present. Cloverbuds were excused and made paper plate Easter bunnies filled with candy, with Jody Irwin. Pledges were led by Lexi Ogi and Katelyn McClure. The club voted to have the annual bake sale at the Memorial Day Parade, one item per person. Quality Assurance will be held at the church April 21 with everyone invited. As community service
projects, the club donated money to the Farm Bureau in honor of Larry L. Lang who was a longtime member of the NJF, and also donated things to a local family who lost everything in a trailer fire. They also voted to support the Holmes County newsletter that is sent every month to parents. Demonstrations and refreshments were by Haley and Hannah, talking about how to get their dairy heifers and cows See Pg. 18 â€” 4-H
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win two tickets to the department’s monthly All-You-Can Eat Ham Dinners. Many people cannot give blood due to their iron being too low. Some foods that may help to
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7 p.m. with Trevor Kiner roll call with the name of in charge. their favorite candy. The Cloverbuds made get The Classy Critters 4-H well cards for Derek Miller, Club met April 1 at the who is in the hospital. Cornerstone Community Delivery date for the Church where the meet- club’s Coblentz Chocolate ing was called to order fundraiser was April 15. by President Beth Klein. The club voted on whethPledges were led by Hailee er it wanted to pay $20 to Carter and Paige Beal. Vice pay for the llama trophy President Thane Kaufman in memory of Amy Breasked members to answer itenbutcher. Kay Klein
announced the community service the club will provide for the Millersburg Elementary School playground. The members will be cleaning up the area on May 6. This meeting was attended by 11 members, two Cloverbuds, three advisers and five guests. Refreshments were provided by Beth and Michael Klein.
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The Holmes County Health Department offers children’s immunization clinics at various sites throughout Holmes County on a monthly basis. — Holmes County Health Department, 931 Wooster Road, Millersburg, Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-1 p.m.
the different types of allergies, how they affect us, how we can diagnose them and how we treat them. He will discuss both environmental and food allergies. An Ohio native, Garren graduated with a bachelor of science degree from the University of Notre Dame and received his doctor of medicine degree from The Ohio State University School of Medicine. His residency training includes a general surgery residency at Mount
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Holmes Christian Women reservations due May 2 Holmes County Christian Womenâ€™s Club will meet May 6 from 9:3011:30 a.m. at Der Dutchman in Walnut Creek. Speaker will be Amber Rice Miller, Bargain Hunter columnist, on â€œJesus has paid for all our sins.â€? Marcella Miller, Beyond Words Singing, will provide a special feature. Cost is $10, inclusive and reservations are due by May 2 to 330-674-2767 or 330-343-7046 or email dawdys@embarqmail. com (CWC in memo line) or email@example.com. The June 3 meeting will feature the Rev. Larry Hasemeyer, director of the Free Clinic and will move to the Carlisle Inn.
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also have to sign a waiver before the race. The 5k race will begin at 9 a.m. (5k participants will need to register for the race between 8-8:45 a.m.). The 1-Mile Fun Walk will begin at 10 a.m. Walkers do not need to register. Entry fees are: $20 for pre-registered 5k participants (forms and payment must be received by May 2); $25 for same-day regis-
In honor of Nurses Week, the Pomerene nursing staff will be holding a 5k and 1-mile fun walk at the Holmes County Trail on Saturday, May 10. All proceeds from the race will go to the Holmes County Humane Society. All participants are welcome to take their dogs, provided they are on a short leash. Participants who take their dogs will
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Two subdivisions approved, Boss moves to full time )`*/90:;05,379(;; weiler. The one-lot parcel contains 8.099 acres and :[HMM>YP[LY is located along Walnut Members of the Holmes Creek Township Road County Planning Com- 419. mission gave a nod of Primary access to the approval to two subdivi- property, on which Detsions. weiler looks to build a Given preliminary and house, will be by Private final approval was the Road 466, previously Orchard Point Subdivi- constructed to prior stansion, application for which dards, according to Planwas made by Eric Det- ning Director Arnold Oli-
ver, noting, the existing chip and seal road is not being extended or modified. Approval was given contingent on the stipulation all other members of the private road approve and sign the final plat. Planners on April 9 also gave preliminary and final approval to Stoney Brook Subdivision, application
for which was made by Steve Yoder. The onelot parcel contains 6.372 acres and is located along the south side of Mechanic Township Road 124. Approval was given contingent on Yoder making application for approval to the Holmes County Engineerâ€™s Office. In other business, members authorized Oliver to spend up to $6,600 to
replace the departmentâ€™s three aged computers. The desktop computers now in use are at least six years old and are starting to show their age, both in operations and software. The approved cost will cover not only the cost of three new desktop computers, to run on Windows 8, but necessary software upgrades, said Oliver, who said the office will forgo
immediate replacement of a copier, previously approved by the commission, to cover the expense. The members, on Oliverâ€™s recommendation, also approved moving department employee Tracy Boss from part-time to full-time status. The Holmes County commissioners have
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;OYPM[`[V5PM[` Educating the next generation about budgets, finances (BPT) — At a certain age, kids stop listening to their parents on all topics except for one. Money. Yet recent research conducted by Bank of America found that although this is the one area where teens and tweens actually seek advice from their parents, it’s one many adults avoid due to their own lack of confidence in managing their finances. Whether you’re taking steps to proactively educate your children on money management or they’re confronting you with specific questions, be ready and equipped to help them learn about what’s important. Following the simple steps below will not only help you brush up on the basics and build your own financial knowledge but better prepare you to teach your kids about managing money responsibly. — Expand your own
financial knowledge. A recent Bank of America study on financial literacy reveals that 32 percent of U.S. adults recognize their lack of financial knowledge has led them to make poor financial decisions. Before you can educate your kids, make it a priority to educate yourself. Consider online resources as an easy way to expand your own financial knowledge. One option is BetterMoneyHabits.com, a free online learning platform offered through Bank of America’s partnership with Khan Academy, offering dozens of easy-to-understand personal finance videos on everything from using credit to saving and budgeting. — Educate by example. Teens and tweens often model their behaviors after their parents — both good and bad — particularly when it comes to money. By setting a good
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to help spur open, ongoing dialogue about money. Knowledge of your personal financial challenges may prevent your children from facing similar issues and discussing your good decisions provides them with concrete examples to follow. — Get specific. Parents tend to give pie-in-the-sky goals to their kids — like the need to save for col-
lege — which don’t resonate. Focus your kids in on immediate goals — like saving for a bicycle or a treat after school. Prior to making a purchase, challenge your children to research and compare. This approach helps teach many important aspects of money management including smart shopping, budgeting, finding and negotiating good deals, and avoiding impulse purchases. — Offer allowance. Once your children reach an age where you feel they’re comfortable with handling money, you can begin to offer an allowance. Whether it’s rewarding them for completing chores, good behavior or
making straight A’s on their report card, make it clear to them what kind of expenditures the money is for and that they are expected to save some of it. This will likely be your child’s first chance at budgeting and managing money, so it’s important to give them the tools they need in order to be successful. Of course, there are no “one size fits all” answers to your child’s financial questions, but when the questions do come, it’s important to be ready by empowering yourself. It’s critical that parents are confident in their own money management skills in order to teach the next generation.
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Vaccination-preventable diseases identified in Holmes )`*/90:;05,379(;; of 11 cases of pertussis, more commonly known :[HMM>YP[LY as whooping cough. Of Several cases of two dif- those, several prompted ferent vaccine-prevent- the need to exclude stuable diseases in the county dents from school — 28 have health officials again at Walnut Creek Elementouting the value of immu- tary and seven at Killbuck nization. Elementary, according to Recently, the Holmes Holmes County Health County General Health Commissioner Dr. D.J. District has identified McFadden. one probable and another Additionally, the unvacsuspected case of mumps cinated children of an in the county. Both cases adult with pertussis have involve sick adults and do been excluded from not appear to have ties to attending school because the outbreak in Columbus the family opted against or each other, and both prophylactic treatment of individuals have recov- the children and “we did ered from their illness. not want to expose othThe season also has ers at schools in the West brought identification Holmes system since the
disease can be spread before one is aware they have pertussis.” McFadden said. Mumps is spread by droplets of saliva or mucus from the mouth, nose or throat of an infected person, usually when the person coughs, sneezes or talks. Items used by an infected person, such as cups or tableware, can be contaminated with the virus, which may spread to others if those items are shared, according to McFadden, noting, most mumps transmissions occur before the salivary glands begin to swell and within five days after the swelling begins.
Not all cases of mumps include swelling of the salivary glands. Other typical symptoms can include fever, body aches, headaches and swelling of the salivary glands under the ears or jaw. Among males, mumps can lead to orchitis, a testicular inflammation that causes pain, swelling, nausea, vomiting and fever. Among some women with mumps, inflammation of the ovaries or breasts can occur. Up to 15 percent of people with mumps also may suffer headaches and stiff necks. The disease can cause meningitis, encephalitis, deafness, joint pains and pancreatitis.
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Infected patients are encouraged to stay at home for five days after symptoms begin, noting spread of the disease can be prevented by covering coughs and sneezes and frequent hand washing. Vaccination with the measles, mumps, and rubella vaccine also is a key step in stopping the spread of this disease. Anyone who has received less than two doses of MMR should seek proper vaccination, said McFadden, noting, “While updating your vaccination will not prevent disease if you have been infected, vaccination is crucial to containing
outbreaks of diseases like mumps. “Anyone without two doses of vaccine should receive boosters from their doctor to protect the most vulnerable in our community,” said McFadden adding that children with special needs who contract mumps are especially susceptible to extreme outcomes. While the disease often looks like the flu, it can appear to be not a very serious disease; however, “You can’t predict that one case that becomes encephalitis. Similarly, McFadden See Pg. 30 — DISEASES
Approved (From Page 22) agreed to provide the necessary funding to cover the increase in Boss’ salary and benefits, said Oliver, noting that in return, Boss will relocate her desk to the reception area of the Old Jail Office Building, so she is able to greet visitors and answer general incoming calls to the office. Although she will
remain an employee of the planning commission, Boss also will be available to the county commissioners for special projects, said Oliver. The next meeting of the Holmes County Planning Commission is scheduled for May 14 at 3 p.m. Reporter Christine L. Pratt can be reached at 330-674-5676 or cpratt@ the-daily-record.com.
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Training principles apply to man, beast â€œWhat is it, Juni? What do you want?â€? This night and every night, just past sunset, my wife speaks those words in a cutesy, cooing falsetto. â€œDo you want to go out, girl? Is that what you want?â€? The dog responds by sitting dutifully beside the woman for a few moments then places one paw gently on the armrest of her desk chair. Kristin then rewards the dog by repeating the exact same sequence of words, but in an even more syrupy voice. The dog responds by wagging her tail and offering a low â€œrrrrruf.â€? Several more times this sequence repeats. The dog makes a move. The woman coos her adoration. The dog becomes even more animated â€Ś I sit at my own desk 10 feet away, my back turned on the whole situation. I wish no part of this madness, this Pavlovian exercise in Classical Conditioning. There is a creature being trained here, and itâ€™s not the one that simply wishes to be turned out in the yard so she can eventually slip away to roll in some distant pile of cow poop.
Itâ€™s the one with the long hair, the cutesy voice and the opposable thumbs. The one who could easily stand, escort the other out the door and clip her to her tag line so she doesnâ€™t vanish into the night like some four-legged Houdini. The one who knows that if she continues this ridiculous cycle enough times, I will eventually spring from my seat and take the dog out myself! â€œJohn, I think the dog needs to go out,â€? she eventually says with the false urgency of someone who has no intention herself of standing, slipping on her shoes and walking 20 steps to the back yard. â€œI really think she needs to GO!â€? I try hard to ignore the entire charade. It makes me crazy. I know exactly whatâ€™s going on and the dog KNOWS that I know. Thatâ€™s why she never comes begging to me. Iâ€™m no meat-powder-salivatSee Pg. 27 â€” MAN
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Man The cycle repeats a few more times until finally ing-at-the-ring-of-a-bell I steam like a tortured push-over. It’s a ploy, teapot! and the brilliantly devi“I am NOT going to put ant Border collie has that stinking dog outside played it so many times just so she can run off she could have it tradeand come back smelling marked in her own name! like a bag of buttholes!” I (From Page 26)
scream. and the two of us stand another. Yes, someone is “Fine,” Kristin says in the cold looking at one being trained here and without as much as a shrug. “She’ll probably just go on the floor then.” I rise, jamb my feet into my boots and trot the dog out the door where I hitch her to her lead
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Americans need a balanced budget in Washington )`<:9,7)6) .0)): [O+PZ[YPJ[ Right now too many Americans are feeling the effects of the reckless spending habits coming out of Washington. Americans feel it at the gas pump, the doctor’s office, the grocery store and when they pay their taxes.
Families and individuals across the country must live within their means and it’s time the government did as well. A balanced budget will expand opportunities by growing the economy and creating jobs. Adopting a balanced budget is about establishing priorities. Without a budget, there is no plan
for the future. With a sluggish economy and stagnant job growth, we must work toward a budget that will balance and provide certainty to businesses. The House Republican budget reduces spending by over $5.1 trillion over 10 years and reforms the tax code along with helping Americans break free from the burdensome
costs of Obamacare. The ‘Path to Prosperity’ budget will balance the budget in 10 years, where the Democrats’ budget never balances — ever. Without a balanced budget, interest costs will consume dollars from other important areas such as defense and research and development. By balancing the budget by 2024, we
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sure that I represent the issues that matter most to you. This budget will provide families with a fair, simple tax code to boost wages and create jobs. We will also be able to give seniors peace of mind because we will be able to secure their retirement by strengthening Medicare and other vital programs. By strengthening the safety net of federal aid programs, states will have more flexibility to tailor programs to their state specific needs. See Pg. 29 — BUDGET
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Our Amos â€” functional and one of a kind Every good family has a wheelbarrow. And every good wheelbarrow has a story. When my husband and I were first married, his grandfatherâ€™s brother came to a party we threw when we moved into our first house. He brought a wheelbarrow. â€œIâ€™ve seen those things they sell in stores today,â€? he said. â€œJunk. All of â€˜em.â€? He went on to tell us how he bought parts â€” and only the best â€” and assembled this very glorious piece of yard equipment that rested before us.
with at least a dozen of the biggest washers I have ever seen. But the bucket, oh the bucket. Forged from steel and secured with massive bolts, the beastly thing was invincible. There on It weighed nearly 40 the side was scratched the pounds, we surmise, and letters: AMOS. the handles were misAnd Amos was born. matched hunks of wood Amos lived with us for with the majesty of the many years. It hauled gartallest oak trees in the den tools, chicken feed, world. The wheel was mulch, driveway salt, and anything but flimsy and gave great rides around could have probably sup- the yard. It moved box ported a hefty vehicle if it after box out of our first hadnâ€™t met its fate on our house to our next, and wheelbarrow. The axle even managed to make was sturdy and balanced the move himself, that
invincible wheelbarrow. Amos hauled stone and dirt, children, dolls, and then even bigger children. And then one day, we needed to borrow the neighborâ€™s wheelbarrow to do some extra work. â€œKarrie, youâ€™ve got to come pick up this thing!â€? my husband said in smiling shock. â€œItâ€™s like air!â€? At that moment, we knew that Amos was absolutely not a normal wheelbarrow. He was a giant of a wheelbarrow, a gargantuan monster that had pushed our muscles to the brink after so many years.
Last fall we thought we would be moving again and decided that the mighty Amos had done his time. We set him out front with a price tag, and someone eventually took him home, hopefully to love as much as we did. This spring we found ourselves helpless, staring at the blank spot on the wall where Amos once hung. If every good family needs a wheelbarrow, we certainly needed to do something about the vacancy. I got a text message from my husband last
Saturday. â€œCheck him out. Weâ€™ll call him Old Blue.â€? And upon coming home, we all had to rush out and meet the latest and greatest, lightweight, aerodynamic and stylish member of our clan. The kids jumped in the extra large bucket and took turns giving rides around the yard. I took a good look at Old Blue. Functionality? Yes. Ease? Yes. Character? No. Roll easy, Amos, wherever you are.
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Budget (From Page 28) This budget stops spending money we donâ€™t have. It reinforces the responsibility the government has to the American people. We must have a balanced budget and follow those set spending limits, rather than the â€œspend now â€” pay laterâ€? mentality that plagues Washington. Passing this budget insures
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Club (From Page 29) presented the schedule for the Summer Science Sessions, to be held at West Holmes High School June 16-18. These are enrichment classes for grades four through eight and are sponsored by AAUW,
4-H, OSU Extension and the West Holmes Science Club. The Branch is sponsoring a $500 scholarship for a woman who is planning to further her education. She must be a current resident of Holmes County and can be either a parttime or full-time student. The Educational Foundation is handling the selec-
The Holmes County Hub Shopper ist Church in Sugarcreek with 15 members weighing in and having a weight loss of 2 3/4 pounds for the week. Best weight loss winner for the week was Kathy Freese. Best rededicated winner was LeAnna Hostetler. Best TOPS OH 1243 KOPS was Linda Immel. TOPS OH 1243 Sugar- For the next two weeks creek met on April 10 eating after 6 p.m. is forat the United Method- bidden. The thing to do is tion process. The annual pansy sale has been postponed until April 26. Pansy baskets can be picked up at the Holmes Fire Station from 9:30 a.m.-noon that day.
to exercise four times a week for at least 15 minutes each time. There will be no meeting today (Thursday, April 17) because of Maudy Thursday. Next meeting will be Thursday, April 24. Awards were given to Kathy Freese and Linda Immel for six weeks attendance. Going six
weeks without gaining were Linda Immel, Ellen Mullett and Dorcas Shetler. KOPS in leeway for six weeks were Emma Carpenter and Mary Ann Miller. Ellen Mullett and the co-leader shared for the program a success story from the book “The One Day Way” by Chantel Hobbs. Members are to take a piece of fruit to the next meeting. For more information about TOPS call 330-897-6007.
Diseases (From Page 24) said, the best way to prevent pertussis is to receive the vaccine. “They are free to all children less than 18 at the health district,” he said. Pertussis is a vaccine-preventable bacterial infection that starts with cold-like symptoms — cough and runny nose — that worsen over several weeks. The illness can advance to include spasmodic episodes of coughing that can be so prolonged they prevent regular inhalations, prompting periodic deep breaths, known as “whoops.” It is most serious in children younger than 1 year, in which there is a remote chance of mortality, and tends to run its course in older children and adults. Because of the lengthy period of time someone with pertussis is contagious and the length of time it can take for pertussis to materialize, the disease has caused mandatory exclusion of un- and under-vaccinated children from public schools across the county.
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Accidents A Dundee woman was injured in a crash March 5 on state Route 241 in Saltcreek Township. According to the Wooster Post of the State Highway Patrol, Lisa A. Brake, 57, of Township Road 414, was transported to Pomerene Hospital in Millersburg by an East Holmes squad. Brake was operating a 2007 Mercury Mariner southbound on Route 241, north of County Road 189, when she went off the right side of the road, reentered the roadway, and then went off the left side of the road. The vehicle struck a ditch and then overturned. Vernon D. Raber, 21, Harrison Road, Apple Creek, was a passenger in the vehicle but reported no injuries. Brake was cited for operating a motor vehicle without reasonable control, according to the patrol. A Shreve woman was injured in a crash Feb. 28 on County Road 349 in Hardy Township. According to the Wooster Post of the State Highway Patrol, Krista D. Sheedy, 18, Township Road 513, was transported to Pomerene Hospital in Millersburg by a Holmes Fire District No. 1 squad. Sheedy was operating a 2002 Ford Escort eastbound on County Road 349, at the intersection with Township Road 348, when she slid off the road to the left and struck a ditch. Sheedy was cited for operating a motor vehicle without reasonable control, according to the patrol.
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Hiland baseball sweeps CCC; softball wins twin bill Hiland put together strong pitching and timely hitting to sweep a double header at Canton Central Catholic on Saturday. The Hawks won the first game 6-2 and took the nightcap 5-1. With Kendell Borntrager sending Crusaders back to the pine at the average of one strikeout per inning and Zack Mast just dominating, the Hawks were in perfect hands. Borntrager shut down CCC in the opener to record the win on six strikeouts in six innings and Mast finished up
by simply overwhelming the Crusaders with 10 strikeouts in going the full seven frames. Hiland was led at the plate by Jordan Yoder, who went 4-for-8 on the day with four runs scored. He also drove in a pair and doubled.
Hiland 14, Malvern 0 Hiland leadoff man Zack Lowe went 3-for-4 with a double, driving home four, and Eric Mullet added two hits, including a triple, two runs scored and three runs driven home to lead the Hawks’ offense in an IVC
clash on Tuesday, April 8. Taylor Raber scored twice and drove home three runs as the Hawks lineup produced from top to bottom, banging out 11 hits. A quintet of Hiland hurlers threw blanks at the Hornets, each working an inning. Kendell Borntrager walked one and struck out one and Mast allowed the lone hit to Malvern while striking out a pair. Lowe also fanned two in his inning of work.
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in the twin bill. Hiland 10, Malvern 0 Allison Aleshire tossed a one-hit shutout at Malvern, and the Hawks’ hitters peppered 10 hits to produce 10 runs in blanking the Hornets in IVC action Tuesday. Aleshire struck out six and walked two in six innings to secure the win. Kelsey Mast, Maryssa Mast, Renita Yoder and Megan Kandel each pounded out two hits for the winners. Mast, Mast and Yoder each scored twice as well. Kandel had a double for one of her hits.
Hiland 4, Canton South 1 The Hawks swept singles play and the second doubles team completed their 4-1 North East Tennis Conference win over the Canton South Wildcats. Braxton Mullet won in straight sets at first singles and Trey Hawkins was a 7-5, 6-2 winner at second singles. Cameron Yoder completed the singles sweep with a 6-3, 6-1 triumph. Charlie Schlabach and Garret Miller scored a 6-1, 6-1 win at second doubles to help the Hawks improve to 3-0 in the NET, 3-1 overall.
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Lady Knights use their depth to win Knights invitational )`2,=053@5*/ :[HMM>YP[LY Expectations surrounding the West Holmes girls track team this season are extremely high, and on a day when the Knights were being pushed by a tremendous field of athletes, the depth and talent of the West Holmes squad was enough to help the Knights take home the team title, edging runnerup John Glenn 125-102 in the 16-team Knights Invitational Saturday at West Holmes. Indian Valley finished a distant third (68), followed by Carrollton (65), Dover (52), Garaway (47) and Waynedale, which finished tied for seventh with Canton Central Catholic (35). Rittman was next (34), with Fairless (24), Rosecrans, Sandy Valley, Mapleton, Tusky Valley, River View and Licking Valley rounding out the field. â€œWeâ€™ve still got a little work to do. But it shows you what kind of talent we have when we won the meet even though we didnâ€™t run particularly well,â€? West Holmes coach Rich Patterson said. â€œOur depth definitely paid off today. â€œJohn Glenn has finished second to us the last two years in a row at regionals, and the girls are finding out weâ€™ve got a really big target on our back,â€? the coach continued. Paiten Strother set a new school record in the long jump with a leap of 17-8 â€œPaiten had a really good day,â€? Patterson said. â€œAside from setting the record in the long jump, she ran some really good legs in the relays and she placed in the 100. I was real happy with her performance today.â€? The coach expects that kind of performance from all of his kids, and wasnâ€™t overwhelmed by the
teamâ€™s success. â€œWe did OK. Iâ€™d give us a C+,â€? Patterson said. â€œWeâ€™ve still got a lot of work to do.â€? Aside from Strotherâ€™s win in the long jump, the Knights got wins in the 4x800 (Emily Molnar, Michelle Hostetler, Alexis Kandel and Hannah Clark, in 9:50.92), Clark in the 400 (58.81), Laina Snyder in the shot put (41-11) and Makena Mulhaul in the high jump (5-0). â€œHannah Clark also had a really good day for us,â€? Patterson said. â€œShe just missed a school record in the 400 and was part of the winning 4x8 and really ran a nice leg in the 4x4.â€? Also scoring big for the Knights, although not winning their event were the 4x100 and 4x200 relay teams, which both finished second. The relay teams are made up of Strother, Kennedy Smith, Carly Woodruff, Ciera Rose and Taylor Yerian, who added a fourth-place finish in the 300 hurdles. Rose and Woodruff finished two-three in the 100 hurdles and Smith and Strother finished four-five in the 100-meter dash. Smith and Woodruff ran four-five in the 200. Kandel finished third in the 800 and Molnar chipped in a fourth in the 3,200, and the quartet of Rose, Kandel, Hostetler and Clark finished third in the 4x400 to add the to West Holmes point total. Snyder added a sixth-place in the discus. The Knights got a win from Brady Arnold in the long jump (19-5.25) to highlight the day for West Holmes at the 17-team Knights Invite. That win helped West Holmes secure a sixth place finish. The Hawks were 10th, also winning one event and getting a second in another. Tusky Valley was the winner (97) and Fairless (76)
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I would say the person with the most unenviable job these days would be an athletic director at a high school. With all the wet stuff Mother Nature has been sending our way the past month, it has been a nightmarish spring as far as scheduling and rescheduling and re-rescheduling has been concerned. The headaches are not only trying to find an open date, but to make sure there are officials available and other game day personnel. Several leagues have gone to the method the Ohio Cardinal Conference has employed for years, scheduling the league games on Tuesday and Wednesday and having set make-up days available. Unfortunately, there have been so many postponements and cancellations this spring, we are getting into the third and fourth options for dates to play. And the sad part is, weâ€™re only into the third week of the season. There just arenâ€™t enough days left in the school year to make up all these games at the present rate the games have been getting washed out. But, for all the rain and otherwise cruddy weather weâ€™ve been dealing with the past few months, it sure makes the occasional beautiful day like we were blessed with on Saturday that much more of a treat. I got sunburned after spending eight hours at West Holmes for the Knights Invitational track meet. But I didnâ€™t seem to mind. It just felt so great, savoring 70+ degrees and sunshine. When the lovely weather continued into Sunday, I was even tempted to break out my golf clubs, but I figured I wasnâ€™t quite ready for that humiliation yet. Soon enough. In the meantime, I just keep watching that guy building a really big boat, and the animals milling around, lining up two-by-two.
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nice. Ogi did real well in the sprints and I was happy with that.â€? Luke Ogi finished fifth in the 100 meter dash (11.72) and eighth in the 200 (25.56). The Knightsâ€™ 4x100 and 4x200 relay teams both finished fourth, and Sam Boyd finished fourth in the 1,600 and sixth in the 800. Josh Goudy finished fourth in the shot put and Nick Roush was fifth in the pole vault. The Knights got a sixthplace finish by the 4x800 relay squad of J. R. Yoder, See Pg. 34 â€” INVITE
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Obituaries Cecil Angle, 65 Cecil Eugene Angle, 65, of Wooster, died Saturday, March 29, 2014 at Wooster Community Hospital. He was born July 23, 1948 in Hines, W. Va., the son of Clonnie and Anna Marie Moore Angle. On June 10, 1989 he married Lynn Meier. She survives. Cecil had worked for Sprenger Retirement Center in the maintenance department for 15 years. He had also worked for Webb Atlas for 10 years. He was a member of the Mid Ohio Corvette Club and enjoyed camping, fishing and traveling. Along with his wife, Cecil is survived by his son Michael (Jamie) Angle, of Smithville; grandchildren, Maverick, Zachary and Alyse Angle and Melissa Langston; siblings, Dana (Lloyd) Hawkins, of Killbuck, Bobby Ray (Lucy) Angle, of Millersburg, James (Barbara) Angle, of Holmesville, Robert (Anne) Angle, of Fredericksburg, Melvin Angle, of Millersburg, Raymond (Joyce) Angle, of Shreve,
Margie DePriest, of Holmesville, Kaye (Roger) Shamp, of Killbuck and Verlie (Raymond) Eyler, of Millersburg. He was preceded in death by his parents and a brother Herman Angle and a sister Nellie Bonner. Services were on April 3 at McIntire, Bradham & Sleek Funeral Home, Wooster, with Pastor John Angle officiating. Interment was in Wooster Cemetery. Contributions may be directed to the Christian Children’s Home, 2685 Armstrong Road, Wooster, OH 44691. Online condolences may be left for the family at www. mcintirebradhamsleek.com.
James ‘Spike’ Marsh, 67 James Allen “Spike” Marsh, 67, 691 N. Perry Highway, Mercer, Pa. 16137, passed away Tuesday night, April 1, 2014, at Sharon Regional Health System Hospice Center, Sharon, Pa. He was born in Grove City, Pa., Dec. 9, 1946, to Roy Albert and Pauline King Marsh, and was a 1964 graduate of Mercer High School. He was co-owner of Marsh bussing and Marsh Farms. He worked over the years at Reznor, McDowell Farms, Mercer Tire in Mercer and he drove trucks. He coached Little League and enjoyed hunting, especially in Wyoming. He also enjoyed NASCAR and the Mercer Racetrack. Surviving are a son, Kevin James Marsh and his wife, Tammy and grandchildren, Kelsey and Tyler Marsh of Mercer, Pa.; a daughter, Kimberly Marsh Dawson and a grandson, Colton Dawson of Killbuck; his for-
mer wife, Barbara Middleton Marsh of Killbuck; sisters, Janet Marsh Updyke and her husband, Douglas, and Joanne Marsh Lanich and her husband, Chris, all of Mercer, Pa. He was preceded in death by his parents; a brother, Chuck; and daughters, Debra Lee and Kristina Lynn Marsh. Funeral services were Monday, April 7 at Cunningham Funeral Home, Inc., 144 S. Pitt St., Mercer, Pa. 16137, with the Rev. Dr. William P. Crooks, pastor of Trinity Presbyterian Church, Mercer, Pa., officiating. Burial was in Coolspring Cemetery, Coolspring Township, Pa. Memorial contributions can be made to Mercer County 4-H Park, 463 N. Perry Highway, P.O. Box 530, Mercer, Pa. 16137; or Sharon Regional Health System Hospice Care, 2320 Highland Road, Hermitage, Pa. 16148.
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Dorothy Beachy, 90 Dorothy Beachy, 90, of Fresno died Saturday March 29, 2014 at Autumn Healthcare of Coshocton. She was born March 27, 1924 in Holmes County to the late Nathan and Masa (Hershberger) Schrock. She had formerly worked at Schlabach Store in Walnut Creek and had worked with her husband Ben for many years in operating the Farmerstown Store. She was a member of the Walnut Creek Mennonite Church. She was married March 3, 1950 to Benjamin V. Beachy who died June 17, 2012. She is survived by her children Bruce A. (Jeri) Beachy, of Suwanee, Ga., Max E. (Pauline) Beachy, of Baltic, and Denise (John) Lillibridge, of Fresno; 10 grandchildren Katy Beachy, of Sunbury, Dorrie and Cindy Beachy, both of Georgia, Kevin (Lindsey) Beachy, of Millersburg, Brent and Sara Beachy, both of Baltic, Dustin Rusnak, of Fresno, Maggie (Evan) Kent, of Oak Harbor, Wash., Rebekah and Abagail Lillibridge, both of Fresno; four step-grandchildren, Philip, Jeremiah and Timothy Lillibridge, all of Fresno, and Elaina (Anthony) Love, of West Lafayette; two greatgranddaughters, Callie Beth Beachy and Emma
Hope Beachy; her sister Esther Gerber, of Walnut Creek, and brother Robert Schrock, of Dover. In addition to her parents and husband, she is preceded in death by her sonin-law David Rusnak, Sr., grandson David Rusnak, Jr., five brothers, Ferman, Nelson, Paul, Nolan and Howard and four sisters, Kathryn, Mary, Betty and Anna Jean. Services were held on Wednesday, April 2, 2014 at Walnut Creek Mennonite Church with Pastor Don Hamsher officiating. Burial was in the Church Cemetery. Arrangements were handled by Smith-Varns Funeral Home at Sugarcreek. Memorials may be made to Walnut Creek Mennonite Church PO Box 182 Walnut Creek, Ohio 44687. For those unable to attend please visit the funeral home’s website, www.smithfuneral.com, to share a memory and sign the guest register.
Shelton Kessinger, 72 Shelton C. Kessinger, 72, Morgantown, Ky., passed away Sunday, March 30, 2014, at Morgantown Care & Rehab. Shelton was born July 2, 1941, in Butler County, Ky., to the late Pirtle and Essie Phelps Kessinger and married Peggy Sue Keller. She survives. He was a member of Mount Vernon Baptist Church and was a U.S. Army veteran. Surviving in addition to his wife are a son, Scott (Stephanie) Kessinger of Ashland; stepchildren Lee (Michele) Gabbard and Shannon (Kevin) Logan, both of Morgantown, Ky.; three grandchildren; 12 step-grandchildren; broth-
ers Carlos (Linda) Kessinger and Roger (Cathy) Kessinger, both of Big Prairie, and Royce (Rena) Kessinger of Wooster; a sister, Pat (Mark) Cutlip of West Virginia; and several nieces and nephews, greatnieces and nephews. Funeral services were Tuesday, April 1, at Jones Funeral Chapel, Morgantown, Ky., with Brother Gene Garner officiating. Burial was in Mount Vernon Cemetery. Online condolences may be made at www.jonesfuneralchapel.com.
Hannah Hershberger, infant Hannah M. Hershberger, infant daughter of Mark and Elizabeth Hershberger of Dundee, was stillborn April 1, 2014, at Pomerene Hospital in Millersburg. Surviving are her parents; siblings, Grace and Adam, both of the home; and grandparents, Henry A. and Niva Hershberg-
er, and Joseph and Neva Yoder. She was preceded in death by a paternal uncle, Stephen Hershberger; and a paternal aunt, Linda Hershberger. Services were held April 2 in Yoder Cemetery. Bishop Eli Weaver officiated.
Charles ‘Rick’ Carter, 66 Charles “Rick” Carter, 66, of Millersburg, passed away Wednesday afternoon, March 12, 2014, at Mercy Medical Center, surrounded by his family. He was born Nov. 8, 1947, in Linton, Ind., the son of Charles William and Wyona (Ashcraft) Carter, and married Joni Haudenschild on Nov. 19, 1983. She survives. He was a loving, caring, compassionate husband and father. He loved being a grandfather the past 24 years to his grandson, Sean and more recently with the addition of Russell, Preslee and Harper. Rick worked in the gas and oil industry most of his life, and was known by his peers as a “straight shooter” who didn’t mince words. Everybody knew where he stood. He absolutely loved following sprint car races, watching his many relatives race. Many great family memories were created at the race track. He loved nature and instilled that love in his kids. Rick loved telling stories. He was an avid reader, reading anything he could get his hands on especially Louis L’Amour westerns. His favorite times in life were with his family cooking out and eating homemade ice cream. He was a member of the Gnat Boxers square dance club of Wooster. He was a member of Millersburg Christian Church. Surviving in addition to his wife, are children, Andi (Darryl) Poiner of Martin, Tenn., Kristin (Mark Mays) Carter of Wooster, John
(Jordan Dawson) Carter of Millersburg, and Chuck Carter of Mansfield; grandchildren, Sean Tibbs, Harper Mays, Russell and Preslee Dawson; his mother, Wyona Ernsberger of Shelby; a brother, Jake (Becky) Carter of Columbus; a stepsister, Rita (Jerry) Eldridge of Shelby; stepbrothers, Dan Ernsberger of Shelby, and Chuck (Wendy) Ernsberger of Charlotte, N.C.; and numerous nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his father, Charles W. Carter; his stepfather, Roger Ernsberger; a stepsister, Carol Ernsberger; and a sonin-law, Daniel Lee Tibbs. Funeral services were March 16 at Millersburg Christian Church, with pastor Wes McElravy officiating. Burial was in Fryburg Cemetery Millersburg. Alexander Funeral Home, Millersburg, assisted the family. Memorial contributions may be made to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, 262 Danny Thomas Place, Memphis, Tenn. 38105; or to a charity of the donor’s choice.
Eli Yoder, 78 Eli J. Yoder, 78, 2320 S. Carr Road, Orrville, died Tuesday, April 1, 2014, at his home. He was born in Holmes County on Nov. 29, 1935, to the late John E. and Mary Ann (Miller) Yoder and married Susan J. Hershberger on Oct. 15, 1957. She survives. He was a member of the Old Order Amish Church. Surviving in addition to his wife, are children, Alvin Yoder of Caldwell, Idaho, Mary Ann (Joe) Yoder and Dan (Linda) Yoder, both of Apple Creek, Effie (Dannie) Miller of the home, Junior (Becky) Yoder of Apple Creek, Kathy (Allen) Yoder of Orrville, Wayne (Anna) Yoder of Fredericksburg, Susy (Willis) Mast of Danville and Clara (Nelson) Yoder of
Apple Creek; 48 grandchildren; 35 great-grandchildren; sisters, Dora (Alfred) Miller of Apple Creek and Ella (Noah) Yoder of Howard; and a sister-in-law, Fannie Yoder of Sugarcreek. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by sisters, Ada Gingerich, Mary Miller and Clara Yoder; and brothers, Henry, Alvin and John Jr. Funeral services were Friday, March 4 at the Allen Hershberger residence, 10499 Lautenschlager Road, Apple Creek, with Bishop Dan A. Troyer officiating. Burial was in the Troyer Cemetery, East Union Township. Spidell Funeral Home in Mount Eaton, handled arrangements.
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Located at the Wayne Co. Fairground, Wooster, Ohio, Fairground exit off of ST. RT. 30
SATURDAY, APRIL 19th 2014 10:00 A.M. Accepting any type of lawn and garden items, to utility type tractors. We have been selling 150 plus units at the past auctions. Also accepting quality nursery from licensed nurseries.. If you are a homeowner, landscaper, developer or business, this is the auction to check out. You can come to the fairgrounds on Friday April18th. and view the plants and mowers any time. The best time is usually after 5 p.m. Auction will start in two locations at 10:00 a.m. NOTE: Consignments may be brought to the fairgrounds on Friday the 18th between the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m. For more information contact Jeff â€˜Jakeâ€™ Gasser at or 330-4653232. TERMS: Cash, good check, taxes collected ,lunch.
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Monday, April 21, 2014 at 5:00 PM Antiques * Glassware * Household * Furniture * Misc. * 2nd Ring Selling â€“ Furniture & Craftsman Surplus Items
Monday, April 28, 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 www.kaufmanauctions.com 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% buyerâ€™s premium will be waived for cash sales. Receiving Hours: Wednesday, 9AM-4PM Always Taking Quality Consignments
AUCTION HOUSE: Monday-Friday 9am-5pm 330-204-4453 DERRICK KANDEL, AUCTIONEER 330-231-4524 MYRON MILLER, AUCTIONEER CLIFF SPRANG, AUCTIONEER
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NURSERY STOCK AND SHRUBBERY AUCTION, 5TH ANNUAL
LOCATED: Buckeye Event Center. 624 Henry Street Dalton, OHIO 44618
SATURDAY APRIL 26 @ 9:00 A.M. 2000 Plants Trees, Shrubbery, Flowers, misc. plants, and much more. LIST OF ITEMS: Assorted Maple Trees-Red SunsetAutumn Blaze-Sugar maple, 100 Cleveland Select Pear trees 7 ft. tall,(20)small Norway spruce,(35)6 to 8 ft Norway spruce, Colorado Blue Spruce, Wichita blue spruce, Assorted fruit trees, Apple & Pear, Dogwood trees, Japanese Maple, Weeping cherry, and more. Lots Of Perennials, Azaleas, Rhododendrons, Roses, Lilies, Lilacs, Hydrangea, lots of hanging baskets, and lots more. NOTE: Plan your spring planting here. These plants are all in A-1 condition. We will have approximately 300 BB trees to choose from, and approximately 1500 perennials to choose from. Auction will be held in side. We will be open Friday from 5 to 8 P.M. for preview. Delivery and planting available by; Country View Landscaping, contact Galen @ 330 464 8569. TERMS: Cash, Check, Visa & Master card with a 5% buyerâ€™s premium. Sales tax will be charge. Assisting Auctioneers, Bob Graber, Mark Bachus, and apprentice auctioneer Eli Troyer. For more info contact Steve at 330-465-4725.
Hershberger Auction Located; at 4483 Township Rd 367 Millersburg, Ohio 44654. The Auction will be held by the Senic Hills RV Park. Located 1 mile east of Berlin across from Highland High School. 4483 TR. 367,Millersburg,OH 44654 located 1 mile east of Berlin, OH.
Tuesday April 22 -2014 at 4:00 P.M. Multi family moving and downsizing Auction. Hershberger Items ; Equipment: 1300 Hydra -Mac skid loader with rebuilt bucket & forks, 8â€™ 3 point disc, Arps rake, Hobart welder on wheels, Misc. contractor tools, 3/4 drive socket set ,30 years accumulation of tools. Troy built tillers ,weed-eaters, Craftsman rip table-jointer & shaper, hand tools & more . House Hold items, 2 beds ash and walnut,3 dressers with mirrors, bookcase, cedar chest, Magic Chef gas cook stove, oak dining table with ext.boards & 6 chairs, ofďŹ ce chairs and equip., Baby bed & toys . Some Em H. collectables, pocket watches Lots of misc. items. Nelson Mullet family items: Troy Bilt tiller , Mantis tiller, weed eaters- Robin com- 2 echoâ€™s, Wheel barrel, 240 JD mower-38â€?blade with snow plow, 028 Stihl chainsaw. Greenhouse on wheels, 30X60 sanding table, wood clamps & small tools. Scotts fertilizer spreader, bicycles, Shovels & rakes, patio table with 4 chairs and umbrella, 2 oak end tables, oak deacons bench, boxes of small items. 15 ft. windmill and more. Lunch stand. Auction will be held in new building. Come and enjoy the evening. Terms: Cash, Check, Visa or Master card with a 5% buyerâ€™s premium. Buyerâ€™s premium will be waved for cash or check. Note: Sam Hershbergerâ€™s have moved to a smaller house and have lots of items that are not needed anymore. Auctioneers: Steve Chupp 330-465-4725 Apprentice Auctioneer: Eli Troyer
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Location: TR 67, Killbuck OH. From US 62, just west of Killbuck take CR 53 (at Sportsmanâ€™s Club) south approx. 2Â˝ miles to location. Signs posted. GPS Coordinates: 40.454507, -81.995162.
Location: Kaufman Auction House 3149 SR 39, Millersburg OH next to Amish Country Theater. Directions 3.3 miles east of Berlin or 0.5 mile west of Walnut Creek, OH in Holmes County. From I-77 take SR 39 west approximately 12 miles to Auction House.
Tuesday, May 6, 2014 6:00 p.m.
Thursday, April 24, 2014 5:00 PM
45.78 Wooded Acres * 2 Parcels * Excellent Hunting Land * Killbuck Township * Holmes County * West Holmes Schools
Lawn Tractors * Walk Behinds * Push Mowers Skid Loader Attachments * Misc.
Located in a great hunting area this 45 acre tract is all wooded and is surrounded by cropland and a good water supply for all types of wildlife. Trails and feeding areas already in place.
New Skidloader Attachments: Lowe hyd. auger 1650ch w/9â€?12â€? & 18â€? augers; Lowe hyd. 750 ch w/ 9â€?-12â€? & 18â€? augers: Stout 66 brush grapple; Stout XHD 84 grapple; Stout receiver plates; multiple sets of pallet forks; Lawn Tractor & Mowers: Encore Pro 60 walk behind; Cub Cadet heavy duty LT 2138 shaft drive w/ bagger; 782 International Cub Cadet Hydrostatic w/ blade; Ventrack w/ mower attachment; John Deer 320 w/ 48â€? cut; John Deere 318 w/ 48â€? mower deck & snow blower; John Deere lawn trailer; Gravely Pro w/ Kawaski; FB 460v motor w/ 40â€? deck; new Toro 20â€? recycler push mower; Walker Zero Turn mower; Toro personal pace walk-behind; Troy-bilt LTX-1842 Misc.: ďŹ‚atbed trailer; US General 3708 generators; water fountain; weed eaters; Honda & Craftsman pressure washers; John Deer tiller attachment (ďŹ ts GX335, GX345, X530, X540); Scottâ€™s Patch Master lawn repair mix; snow plow blade; Duerr HD comm chipper/shredder Trees: maple trees w/ 2â€? diameter, ready to plant. Note: We will be taking consignments until 12 noon sale day. Lots of quality items continuing to come in. Visit www.kaufmanauctions.com 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% buyerâ€™s premium will be waived for cash sales.
Parcel 1: 24.78 acres. 435â€™ frontage on TR 67. Parcel 2: 21 acres. 389â€™ frontage on TR 67. Tracts will share the existing drive for access to property. Will be sold separate and then combined. Come and buy land that is conveniently located near Millersburg and small enough acreage to be affordable. Includes all mineral rights with the exception of royalties from existing wells only, any new well royalties will go to buyers. Call for map and brochure. Feel free to walk this land at your convenience. Call Jr. Miller or go to www.kaufmanrealty.com. for more information. Real Estate Terms: 10% nonrefundable down payment, balance at closing, no ďŹ nancing contingencies. Any required inspections must be completed prior to bidding. Purchasers should inspect the property prior to bidding and be aware of its condition. Announcements day of sale take precedence over all preceding advertising and statements. Legal: Holmes County tax parcel # 0800131000. Taxes are currently $161.64 per Â˝ year and are under CAUV. Sells at 6 PM. Owners: Freeman and Iva Byler
JR. MILLER , AUCTIONEER/ REALTOR 330.231.1914 or email@example.com
DERRICK KANDEL, AUCTIONEER 330-231-4524 HENRY HERSHBERGER, SALE MANAGER 330-440-4759
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13325 US 62, Killbuck 39 wooded acres hunterâ€™s paradise! Good trails, stream, HBP mineral rights & royalties transfer. Only 15 minutes from Millersburg in Holmes County. $269,000 Steve Maag
233 Yoder Ave, NW, Sugarcreek Nicely updated 3 Bdrm, 1.5 bath home on corner lot. Detached garage and all appliances stay. Must see! $88,000 Curt Yoder, 330-204-2447 Kate Overton, 330-204-9339
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The updates have been done for you! Charming bungalow on a city lot. New shingles, electrical, plumbing and painting since 2011. A perfect starter home or investment property. $69,900
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9 TRACTORS-JD 9660STS COMBINE AND HEADS TILLAGE EQUIPMENT-JD 750 DRILL JD 1750 PLANTER-PEQUEA DUMP TRAILER STEINER TRACTOR/MOWER-GATOR-BACKHOE HUBER-McCORMICK-MASSEY HARRIS-CAT CASE DOZERS-KOMATSU EXCAVATOR-DITCH WITCH To settle the estate will sell the following equipment at the farm located at 192 East Britton Road, Burbank, Ohio. 1 mile South of Burbank on State Route 83, then East on Britton Road. Or from the South edge of Creston ,Ohio, take Myers Street West and it will become Britton Road.
WEDNESDAY APRIL 23, 2014 11:00 A.M. TRACTORS-COMBINE-HEADS John Deere 4955 w/ cab, duals, FWA, duals, and weights; JD 7400 w/ cab, FWA, duals, and 6500 hours; IH 1066, no cab, engine OH, and 3 pt.; Farmall 806 diesel w/ cab, WF, 3pt., and turbo charger; Case 580C backhoe/loader w/ 4450 hours. COLLECTORS- 1941 Cat D2 dozer; McCormick 1020 tractor; 1924 Huber 4060 tractor; Massy Harris 44Six w/ Continental engine. COMBINEHEADS- John Deere 9660STS combine w/ 2890 engine hours and 1800 separator hours; #625F Hydra Flex head; #693 corn head w/ plastic snouts and cart; corn reel head for down corn. PLANTER-DRILL-TILLAGE JD #750 15 ft. NT drill; JD #1750 6 row planter, dry fertilizer, 3 bu. boxes; Krause 24 ft. wing disc; SunďŹ‚ower 25 ft. soil ďŹ nisher; 30 ft. DMI Crumbler; Remlinger 25 ft. winged folding chain drag; 500 gal. 6x nitrogen injector; Brillion15ft. cultimulcher. Consigned- IH 5100 21x7 grain drill w/ seeder. HARVESTING EQUIPMENT Farm Fans 270 bu. grain dryer batch or continuous ďŹ‚ow; NH #276 baler w/ kicker; JD #8 mounted cutter bar mower; 2 Grimes 20 ft. bale wagons; 16 ft. wooden kicker wagon; two Unverferth red 400 bu. Gravity wagons w/ tarps; 500 bu. Gravity wagon w/ tarp; good Mayrath 8x33 grain auger; two 53 ft. grain augers (older); JD 57 ft. auger; gravity wagon w/ tarp and auger used for seed (200 units); Grayson 750 gallon sprayer w/ 60 ft. booms; grain cleaner. STEINER-TRAILER- POST DRIVER-GATOR Steiner #525 tractor w/ 6 ft. front mower, 1704 hours, diesel, and 4x4; Shaver post driver; pallet forks for backhoe; 3 pt. box scraper; Pequea #10 dump trailer like new; bale fork; IH #80 3 pt. 7 ft. snow blower; John Deere XUV Gator, 4x4, and cab (no heat); 18.4x34 duals. OBERMILLER AUCTION 1980 Case 1450B dozer w/ 12 ft. 6way power blade, Canco 60 winch, and 4488 hours; Case 450B crawler/loader w/ bucket, GearMatic Model 19 winch, and 1563 hours; 1995 Komatsu PC 120 excavator, 1724 hours, hyd. quick bucket coupler, 28 inch pads, 42 in. digging bucker and 5 ft. ditching bucker; 1977 R40 Ditch Witch trencher, shows 603 hours, front hoe and blade; Ingersoll Rand compressor, Deutz diesel power,375 cu. ft./minute, only 375 hours; sand pot to sell separate; 1985 Interstate Low Boy equipment trailer w/ ramps and rolling tail attachment; 1980 Ford 9000 oil ďŹ eld truck w/ NTC 350 Cummins, saddle tanks, HB transmission and 4 sp.; and Tulsa 65,000 winch. A good clean line of equipment used in the oil patch, stored inside, and well maintained. You can buy w/ conďŹ dence. PAUL OBERMILLER DRILLING, OWNER. QUESTIONS? 330 621-1093 NOTE- NO SMALL ITEMS. TRACTORS SELL FIRST. An excellent line of equipment that has been stored inside and well maintained. The McLaughlin family has taken care of their equipment and the equipment has taken care of them. Take time from your busy Spring schedule and attend this auction. QUESTIONS ON EQUIPMENT? CONTACT GENE AT 330 465-7972. Equipment pictures at www.gantrealty.com. Click on chattel auctions. Good off road parking if the weather cooperates. Plan to attend. TERMS- Cash or Good Check Lunch Auction by order of Gene McLaughlin and Donna Daugherty, Co-Executors for ESTATE OF DONALD E. McLAUGHLIN Wayne Co. Probate #TBD
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Kandel Real Estate Auction Walnut Creek Area Location: 2202 Twp. Rd. 444, Sugarcreek OH 44681. From the intersection of SR 39 & SR 515 in Walnut Creek take SR 515 north Âź mile to Twp. Rd. 444 and veer right follow 444 approx. 1 mile to property. Signs posted.
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Open for Inspection: Tuesday, April 22nd 4-6 PM This wonderfully located 2 story brick & newly vinyl sided home on approx. Âž acre features 4 bedrooms, 2Â˝ bath, kitchen, dining room, large living & family rooms, ofďŹ ce, and a full basement. Home also features gas heat, central air, gas ďŹ replace, central vac, 2 car attached garage, concrete and covered patio overlooking the valley. Property also includes a 10x14 storage barn and private well & septic. Join us for open house, or call Derrick for a private showing to envision your future home. Real Estate Terms: 10% nonrefundable down payment, balance at closing, no ďŹ nancing contingencies. Any required inspections must be completed prior to bidding. Purchasers should inspect the property prior to bidding and be aware of its condition. Announcements day of sale take precedence over all preceding advertising and statements. Legal: Holmes County Parcel # 26-00414-000. Taxes per half approx. $1,171.63. Owners: Derrick & Esther Kandel Agent Owned
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USED CAR SALE 2006 VW Beetle
2004 Jeep Gr. Cherokee Laredo 4x4
2011 Mazda 2 Sport 4DR
2013 Chevy Sonic LT
2010 Chevy Tahoe LTZ
2010 KIA Optima EX
2010 Nissan Armada Platinum
2010 Honda Ridgeline AWD
2012 Honda Civic LX
2011 Ford Fusion SE
2009 Hummer H3
2012 Chevy Captiva 2LS
2011 VW Jetta TDI SE
2012 Kia Sorento LX FWD
2012 Ford Focus SE
2011 Mini Y Hardtop
2011 VW Jetta SEL
2011 Ford Explorer XLT 4x4
2012 Chrysler 200 Touring LX
2007 GMC K1500 Crew Cab 2012 Ford Escape Limited 4x4
2011 Buick La Crosse CXS
2008 Chevy Impala LT
2013 Chevy Captiva LTZ FWD 2011 Nissan Murano S AWD
2012 Chevy Malibu 1LT
2013 Chry Town & Country Touring
2010 Jeep Wrangler 2DR Sport 4x4
2013 Chevy Malibu LT
2012 Kia Forte EX
2010 Chevy Camaro 2LT
2013 Chevy Cruze 2LT
2012 Chevy Volt Electric
2012 Chevy Cruze LT
2011 Dodge Nitro Heat 4x4
2006 Chrysler 300C LTD AWD
2008 Pontiac G6
2012 Fiat 500 Sport
2010 Mazda 3 Sport
2011 Ford Edge SEL AWD
2012 GMC Terrain SLT-2 AWD
2012 Toyota Corolla S
2012 Chevy Traverse 2LT AWD
2010 Dodge Journey SE
2012 GMC Terrain SLE FWD
2008 Honda Accord EX-L 4DR 2009 Ford F150 EXT 4x2 XLT
2013 Chevy Impala LTZ
2012 Nissan Versa S 5DR
2013 Mazda 2
2006 Chevy Trailblazer LS 4x4 2005 Ford F450 DRW Utility
2013 Ford Edge LTD AWD
2012 GMC Yukon XL SLT 4x4
2013 Ford Escape SEL 4X4
2011 Buick Enclave CXL AWD
2012 Chevy Eqinox LTZ AWD
2013 Chevy K2500 Crew LT
2011 Jeep Grand Cherokee AWD
2012 Buick Enclave CXL AWD
2012 Dodge 2500 Crew SLT
2011 Cadillac SRX AWD
2013 Chevy Tahoe LT 4x4
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330-264-2300 800-589-2301 1119 W. Old Lincolnway • Wooster, Ohio 44691 Just across from the Wayne Co. Fairgrounds
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2014 Accord Sedan LX
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36 Month 36,000 mile closed end lease. 2014 Civic LX Automatic Sedan, 2014 Accord LX Automatic Sedan, 2014 CRV LX AWD. $2499 plus tax, title, documentary fee, license plates and mud guards. 24 month 24,000 mile Best Value One pay lease – 2 year yest drive for 2014 Civic LX Automatic Sedan $8041, 2014 Accord LX Automatic Sedan $9797, 2014 CRV LX AWD $9282 includes 6.5% Wayne County tax, documentary fee, license plates and mud guards. All leases and ﬁnance rates for well qualiﬁed buyers approved with Honda Financial Services. Offer expires 05-12-2014.
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2010 Crosstour EXL AWD
2012 Accord EXL V6 Cpe
2011 Pilot EX AWD
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2002 Camry XLE
2011 Pilot EXL AWD
2011 Crosstour EXL AWD
2007 Ford Fusion SEL
2011 Pilot EXL AWD
2005 Accord EXVL
2008 Chevrolet Impala LT
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2007 Jeep Wrangler X
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2003 Taurus SEL
2012 Accord SE
The Honda Certiﬁed Cars Limited Warranty extends the nonpowertrain coverage by 1 year/12,000 miles to 4 years*/48,000 miles.
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2011 Silverado LT
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2010 Civic LX
2010 Sonata SE
2009 Prius Touring
2008 GMC Acadia SLT1
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2009 Impala LS
2012 Accord LX
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2011 CR-V LX
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2007 Commander Sport
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14 Chevy 1/2 Ton Reg. Cab
14 GMC 1/2 Ton Reg Cab 4x4
"New Body" Style, Air, Locking Rear Differential. #113
MSRP.........$27,455 Sale Price .. $25,508 GM Rebate ... $1,750
14 Chevy 1/2 Ton Reg Cab 4x4
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MSRP.........$32,380 Sale Price $30,002 GM Rebate ... $2,500
6.0L V8, Auto, Air, Locking Rear Differential, Trailering Package with Brake Control. #167
â€œNew Bodyâ€? Style, Trailering Package, Locking Rear Differential. #205
14 GMC 3/4 Ton Reg Cab 4x4
MSRP.........$31,880 Sale Price .. $29,541 GM Rebate ... $1,750
MSRP.........$36,995 Sale Price .. $33,546 GM Rebate ... $3,500 *Trade In Bonus Cash .... $750
14 Chevy 1/2 Ton Double Cab 4x4
14 Chevy 1/2 Ton Reg Cab 4x4
14 Chevy 1/2 Ton Ext Cab 4x4
14 Chevy 1/2 Ton Crew Cab 4x4
LT Package, â€œNew Bodyâ€? Style, Air, Trailering Package, Locking Rear Differential. #055
5.3L V8, â€œNew Bodyâ€? Style, Trailering Package, Locking Rear Differential. #241
â€œNew Bodyâ€? Style, 5.3L V8, Power Seat, 18â€? Aluminum Wheels, 8â€? Color Touch CD Stereo, 6â€? Chrome Tube steps. DEMO #107
â€œNew Bodyâ€? Style, Trailering Package, Air, Locking Rear Differential. #218
SAVE $8,953 MSRP.........$37,500 Sale Price .. $33,699 GM Rebate ... $3,500
MSRP.........$35,760 Sale Price .. $32,992 GM Rebate ... $1,750
MSRP.........$42,265 Sale Price .. $37,812 GM Rebate ... $4,500
MSRP.........$38,715 Sale Price .. $35,502 GM Rebate ... $1,750
14 GMC 3/4 Ton Reg Cab 4x4
14 GMC 1/2 Ton Ext Cab 4x4
14 Chevy 3/4 Ton Crew Cab 4x4
14 GMC 1/2 Ton Ext Cab 4x4
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â€œNew Bodyâ€? Style, 5.3L V8, Remote Vehicle Start, Z71, Trailering Package, Power Seat. DEMO #131
6.0L V8, Auto, Bluetooth, Power Seat, Remote Start, Aluminum Wheels, Steering Wheel Radio Controls.
SLT, â€œNew Bodyâ€? Style, 5.3L V8, Heated Leather Seats, All Terrain Package, Trailering Package, 20â€? Wheels. #145
MSRP.........$43,260 Sale Price .. $38,714 GM Rebate ... $3,500 *Trade In Bonus Cash .... $750
MSRP.........$43,985 Sale Price .. $40,362 GM Rebate ... $4,500
MSRP.........$47,706 Sale Price ..$42,555 GM Rebate ...$3,500 *Trade In Bonus Cash ....$750
MSRP.........$48,520 Sale Price .. $43,361 GM Rebate ... $2,750
LAST OF THE 2013's! 13 Chevy Camaro
13 Buick Regal Premium
V6, Automatic, Power Sunroof, RS Package, Rear Vision Camera. DEMO #071
Turbo, Power Sunroof, Remote Starter with Keyless Entry. #288
MSRP.................. $31,680 Sale Price ...........$28,123 GM Rebate ............ $3,000
13 Buick Lacrosse
13 Buick Regal Premium
Leather Heated Seats, Power Sunroof, 18â€? Chrome Wheels. #056
Leather Heated Seats, Power Sunroof, 18â€? Chrome Wheels. #276
Turbo, Power Sunroof, Leather Seats, Navigation, Remote Starter with Keyless Entry. #183
MSRP.................. $36,590 Sale Price ...........$32,962 Rebate ................... $2,500 ***Owner Loyalty ... $1,250
MSRP.........$33,525 Sale Price .. $30,081 Rebate ..........$3,000
13 Buick Lacrosse
MSRP.................. $37,105 Sale Price ...........$33,383 Rebate ................... $2,500 ***Owner Loyalty ... $1,250
MSRP.................. $37,170 Sale Price ...........$33,386 Rebate ................... $3,000
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