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Calendar May Motherâ€™s Day Tea planned The Holmes County Historical Society and Cultural Center will present a Motherâ€™s Day High Tea on Saturday, May 10, at 2 p.m. at the Castle Club Banquet Center, located just south of the Victorian House Museum. The Motherâ€™s Day High Tea is based on British high teas, which are a lighter than a luncheontype fare, and offers See Pg. 12 â€” CALENDAR
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â€˜Like a big festivalâ€™ Antiques in the Alley is unique event offering distinctive products )`)9(5+65A(--050 :[HMM>YP[LY Antiques in the Alley is back for its 10th year. The unique event is held every spring and fall in downtown Millersburg. This time around, it will be on Saturday, May 10, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., rain or shine. â€œIn the spring, this promotion brings a lot of people into Millersburg before the full onslaught of tourism season,â€? said Historic Downtown Millersburg Executive Director Judy Lamp. â€œAnd it always lets us get off to a nice start. Itâ€™s good for everyone, and the local restaurants and hotels are busy every year for it.â€? This yearâ€™s event also is one day before Motherâ€™s Day, which is appropriate given all the merchandise that will be on offer â€” enough to satisfy any woman, or man for that matter. More than 50 antiques vendors will be setting up all around the village. They will line the back alleys, the courthouse
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the event was all of the antiques stores in town â€” still a central draw â€” but it now includes â€œso much more than
antiques,â€? according to Lamp. Businesses and individuals come from all over Ohio to set up a booth,
ssdisplaying and selling their distinctive products â€” refurbished antique See Pg. 10 â€” ANTIQUES
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We reserve the right to limit quantities on all sale items.
MAY 8-10, 2014
Information session set at Wayne College The University of Akron campus, as well as the 300 additional bachelor’s Wayne College will hold first two years of nearly degrees. an information session May 12 at 6 p.m. in the Student Life Building, 1901 Smucker Road MAY. 8th - 14th Orrville. 8221 CR 192, Holmesville, OH 44633 In addition to campus 330-279-2619 Hours: M,W,Th & Sat 8-5; Tues & Fri 8-7 tours, information will be provided about the Weekly Specials admissions process, course Muenster Cheese .......................... $3.49 lb. Honey Roasted Turkey Breast ............ $3.49 lb. offerings and financial aid. Pecan Pieces................................ $4.99 lb. The session is for traChocolate Covered Coffee Beans ......... $3.39 lb. ditional-aged and adult Ohio Honey 2lb Container ................. $8.49 students, and will offer Homegrown Asparagus - Homebaked Goods attendees an opportunity Bikes - Bike Parts & Repairs to ask questions of camInterstate Batteries pus representatives in a small-group setting. Details will be available regarding several bachelor’s and associate degrees that can be completed in their entirety on the Wayne College
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COLBY CHEESE MINI HORNS SL ICED … $3.99/LB . – FRESH CUT … $3.79/LB. GREEN ONION CHEESE............ ...... $3.79/LB. . PAN ROASTED TURKEY BREA ST ..................... .. $4.19/LB.. BULK PEPPER ONI …...$3.99/LB .
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330-600-1763 Frozen Shredded Hashbrowns 3 lbs. $2.89 Starbucks Coffee Ground - Beans - K-cups
1/2 gal. Assorted Juices $1.39 each (All specials while supplies last)
Doughty Farm Meats HOURS: M-F 8-5 SATURDAY 8-3
1295 US RT 62 • WILMOT, OH 44689 M-F 8-6, SAT 8-4, / CLOSED SUN 330-359-0481
Salted Butter $2.59 lb. Sure Jell $1.05 Mayonaise 30 oz. $1.09 Name Brand Pumpkin 29 oz. 59¢ Sparkling Pear Juice SALE! 25.4 oz. 49¢
May 1 – May 17
Tuesday Evening Special! 4 – 6pm 10% OFF
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RED SEEDLE SS GRAPES $1.98/LB HYDROPON IC TOMATOES $0.99/LB LEMONS $0.39/EA
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Chicken – Pork Hot Dogs & Cheese ........$2.99/lb. Chicken – Pork Hot Dogs ..........................$2.79/lb. (Made with Gerbers Chicken and our pork)
Ham Loaf .................................................$3.59/lb. Beef Pork Hot Dogs ............................$4.59/lb. Pasture Raised Boneless Skinless Breast ................................... $6.99/lb
Now Open until 8pm on Fridays
While Supplies Last
Storage Area open to Customers on Saturdays!
GREEN LEAF LETTUCE $0.98
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Week of May 12 th - 17th E.Z Carve Ham ......................................................................... $2.19/lb Pepperoni (Sandwich, Regular) ..........................................$3.29/lb Mozzarella Cheese ................................................................. $3.19/lb Smoky Cheddar ......................................................................$3.69/lb Gerbers Frozen Chicken Family Packs............................... 20% Off Whole Wheat Flour (Stone Ground)...................................... 35¢/lb Pizza Crust 2/Bag...................................................................$2.15 ea. Coconut Oil ..............................................................................$1.43/lb Smith Ice Cream 1.75 Qt...................................................... $2.89 ea.
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CSB Bancorp announced first quarter 2014 net income of about $1.4 million or 52 cents per basic and diluted share, as compared to about $1.4 million or 50 cents per basic and diluted share for the same period in 2013. Annualized returns on average common equity and average assets for the quarter were 10.70 percent and 0.97 percent, respectively, compared with 10.43 percent and 0.96 percent for the first quarter of 2013.
Holmesville 330-279-2283 2 miles north of Holmesville on SR 83
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P.O. Box 151, Millersburg, Ohio 44691 Millersburg office: 25 N. Clay St Phone: 1-330-264-1125 Publisher: Andrew S. Dix; Managing Editor: Lance White; Ad Director: Rhonda Geer Email: email@example.com Published Thursdays by the Holmes County Shopper Hub. Entered as periodicals, postage paid at Wooster, Wayne County, Ohio. Direct address changes to: The Daily Record, P.O. Box 918, Wooster, Ohio 44691. Office hours: 8 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday-Friday.
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FROZEN Glazed Chicken Patties $3.49 lb.
~ Deli ~ Cajun Turkey Breast ................... $3.69 lb. Dutch Loaf. ................................ $3.19 lb. Pepperoni Slices.......................... $3.70 lb.
Walnut Creek Shredded Cheese 8oz
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Gerber’s Frozen Chicken Tenders $4.35 lb.
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Community Hell Hole Swamp Festival a truly fun time When I first saw the ad for the 43rd annual Hell Hole Swamp Festival, I thought it had to be a joke. The Man of the House assured me there is such a place near Jamestown, S.C., and he passes it every time he drives over to Brookgreen Gardens to volunteer. The whole thing gets started on Friday evening with a barbecue cookoff. There are numerous events, but the one that gets me is the beauty contest. Would you want your daughter to be known as Miss Hell Hole Swamp? Actually there are age categories for this honor from baby (0-12 months) up to miss (ages 16-23). On Saturday there is a gator run, a horseshoe pitching contest, a parade, an antique tractor show, live bands, four divisions of leg contests (men and women), a children’s spitting contest, talent show, arm wrestling contest, both an ugly dog and
two hours from home. We were invited by our friends, Tim and Joyce from Holmes County, to spend a few days with them while they were down here. Since we miss our five-day-a week visits with them at the Berlin pretty dog contest and a Fitness Center, we agreed. sling shot contest. They had a lovely place There also are midway rides, trampolines, a cake with an ocean view. Joyce walk, a silent auction, arts and I walked the beach and crafts exhibits, model one morning. It was early enough that we avoided train exhibit, art show the crowds. The Man of and a whiskey still disthe House got up early play. There is a warning every morning and went that no golf carts or four out for his solitary stroll wheelers are allowed on with his big cup of coffee. the field. You can get your official We had good barbecue Hell Hole Swamp T-shirt one night at The Three Little Piggies that was on sale only at the infordescribed as a “hole in mation booth. the wall” kind of place. Believe it or not, there The food was great and is a church service on the description correct. Sunday, followed by a We had only been to community covered dish Myrtle Beach once in dinner. Sounds like a our lives, probably seven really interesting time. I just wish it had a different years ago, on our way back to Ohio. We stopped name. We just had a little get- for dinner at a place where the walls were covaway at a better known ered in old license plates. place, Myrtle Beach, just
At least that’s what we recall. This time we visited a place called Broadway at the Beach. It is a large area that had shops selling everything from crazy T-shirts to shoes to fudge and lots of entertainment and amusement rides. (We bought fudge.) There was an aquarium and a wax museum. There were lots of restaurants but we had already dined at a brand new Taco Bell where we had what Tim equates with fine Mexican cuisine. After a rest back at the condo, where Joyce and I strained our brains working on putting together a 1,000-piece puzzle, we went to dinner at Planet Hollywood. It is a fascinating place filled with costumes worn by famous actors in a variety of movies. We finished our meal just as a group of 95 teens on a school trip arrived for dinner. Whew! It was a narrow escape.
Church notes donation site. Youths 15 years of age and younger may not donate. A photo ID is required, generally a driver’s license. If you are currently taking medicaA chicken barbecue, Wayne County fair style, will tion, you may still donate as long as you fall within be held Friday, May 16 from 4:30-7 p.m. at Moreland average range when tested at the donation site. United Methodist Church, 6 miles south of Wooster off state Route 83 at 128 E. Moreland Road. Carry-outs 4UCC4Christ distribution available and handicap accessible. Proceeds to help is third Tuesday with building improvements. The 4UCC4Christ will distribute personal care items, baby needs, cleaning supplies and paper products the third Tuesday of each month in the basement of Baltic Missions Committee Village Hall from 1-5 p.m. to assist those in need. The to sponsor blood drive next distribution will be May 19. The Missions Committee of the Millersburg United Methodist Church is sponsoring an American Red Moorhead Mennonite schedules Cross blood drive on Saturday, May 31, in the fellowship hall from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Any volunteer 17 years Vacation Bible School of age and older may donate. There is no age limit for Moorhead Mennonite Church, 10415 County senior citizens. Road 329, Shreve, will hold Tasty Treats VBS June Youth at the age of 16 may donate with a parent’s 9-13, 7-8:45 p.m. For ages 4 through grade 12. For permission. Permission slips may be filled out at the more information visit moorheadmennonite.org.
Wayne County fair-style chicken barbecue is May 16
Briefs Prairie polling place changed Prairie Township 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.
will pick up large furniture. If residing in Wayne or Holmes counties, call Goodwill at 330-264-1300, Ext. 232, to learn about its home pick-up service. All donations help create local jobs.
Glenmont Food Pantry open Habitat accepting monthly for family applications distribution 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. Habitat for Humanity is a nonprofit, Christian housing ministry. Habitat works in partnership with people to build and renovate decent, affordable housing. The houses then are sold to Habitat’s partner families, at no profit and with no interest charged. More information about Habitat for Humanity can be found at www.habitatofholmescounty.org or by leaving a message at 330674-4663. Monetary donations can be mailed to P.O. Box 418, Millersburg 44654.
Goodwill offering home pick-up service 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
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, May 13.
Holmes Red Cross needs volunteers 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 platelets. 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@redcross.org; www.redcross.org/holmes.
Euchre scheduled Saturdays at Holmesville Legion 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.
Club briefs TOPS 1243 Sugarcreek TOPS OH 1243 Sugarcreek met on April 24 at the United Methodist Church in Sugarcreek with 13 members weighing in and having a weight loss of 9 1/2 pounds for the week. Sue Yoder was the best weight loss winner for the week and Joyce Chupp was best rededicated winner
for the week. Best KOPS for the week and month was Mary Yoder. Best monthly TOPS winner was Mary A. Yoder with Sue Yoder as runner-up. Monthly winners received fruit and Verna Yoder won from the Cheer Bag. The forbidden food for the week was chips and the thing to do was to eat from a small plate and have only one helping. At the May 1 meeting 14
members weighed in. Best weight loss winner for the week was Dorcas Shetler and best KOPS was Mary Yoder. The forbidden food for the week is pie and the thing to do is to keep a food sheet for the week. Awards were given to Kathy Freese and Linda Immel for losing weight six weeks in a row and to Mary Ann Miller for six weeks attendance.
Leader Verna Yoder shared with members from the book “Made to Crave.” Identifying struggles we have with food along with other issues we have while taking off pounds sensibly. TOPS is a nonprofit weight loss support group which meets each Thursday at the church with weigh-ins beginning at 6:30 p.m. and a meeting beginning at 7 p.m. For more information about TOPS call 330-897-
Killbuck Valley Writers’ Club Has anyone ever told you “You should write a book”? Maybe you even started one but never finished. Or, you have a great idea but just can’t seem to take that first step toward getting something on paper. 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 http://www.killbuckvalleywritersguild.org/ for more information.
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The Parts Place
Sales • Service • Parts Harold Neuenschwander 2120 Co. Rd. 168, Dundee Ph. 893-2348
of Millersburg, Inc. • Automotive Parts • Machine Shop • Paint & Supplies 980 S. Washington St., Millersburg, OH
FAITH VIEWbooks BOOKS, MUSIC, FAMILY DVD’s, CANDLES, BOXED CARDS & MORE. Mon. - Fri. 8-5 • Sat. - 8-3 • 330-674-0684
One mile west of Mt. Hope, right on Twp. Rd. 616. Watch for sign.
Matrix Chi Tigi
1/4 mi. E. of Berlin on Rt. 39 330-893-3786
MILLERSBURG OIL, INC.
ALEXANDER FUNERAL HOME
Ashland Oil Bulk Plant Randy Wengerd, Rian Wengerd, Agents Co. Rd. 623 - Millersburg Phone 674-2096 • 674-6826
Jim, Ron, Jamie, Tiffany & Jake St. Rt. 39 W. Millersburg 330-674-4811
MILLER, MAST, MASON & BOWLING, LTD
WALNUT CREEK PLANING
Attorneys at Law 88 S. Monroe Street Millersburg, Ohio 44654 330-674-7070
“Keep Looking Up, Someone Cares” St. Rt. 515 2 mi. N. of Walnut Creek Ph. 893-3244
SCHLABACH FUNERAL HOME LTD. Monument Sales 212 Jones St., P.O. Box 501 Shreve, Ohio 44676 (330) 567-2291
Complete Building Center 893-2251 • 1-800-362-6682
Rt. 39 East, Millersburg 330-674-4015 • 1-800-686-6777
HOLMES LIMESTONE CO. Berlin, Ohio
4819 E. Main St. • Berlin • 330-893-3287
FINNEY’S MARATHON AAA 24 Hour Towing Service 11069 St. Rt. 39 - Millersburg Ph. 674-7338
JIM BARNHART’S BODY REPAIR AUTOMOTIVE Collision - Insurance Work
AND TRANSMISSION Twp. Rd. 311, Millersburg, OH Mon-Fri 8am-5pm 180 S. Mad Anthony St. (330) 674-6979 Ph. 674-1122 Millersburg, OH 44654
YOUR ONE STOP CONVENIENCE STORE • Fresh Deli • Groceries • Beverages • Wine And More!
“Full Service Christian Bookstore” 4925 West Main St., Berlin * 330-893-2523
Skilled and Intermediate Care • Comprehensive Rehabilitation • Alzheimer’s Center
Garage Doors & Operators
FARM & BAKERY LTD.
105 Majora Lane • Millersburg
5452 St. Rt. 557, Millersburg
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6139 SR 39 • Millersburg
5362 S.R. 557 Millersburg (330) 674-6257
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PHONE: 330-893-2057 5503 County Rd. 120, Berlin, Ohio
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HOLMESVILLE ELECTRIC Electrical contractors for all of your commercial and residential needs!! Phone 330-279-4522
HOLMES REDIMIX, INC. READY MIX CEMENT 5420 Co. Rd. 349 Call Collect 330-674-0865
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KAUFFMAN’S COUNTRY BAKERY Of Bunker Village Across From Heini’s Place Open Daily ~ 893-2129
4500 SR 557 in Charm
DR. ERIC M. SHAVER, DR. MARANDA GONZALEZ, DR. KRISTEN MIERZWIAK, DR. AMITY WISE & DR. AARON WISE
New & Used Tires Rotation & Repair Brake Service • Batteries
COMPANY, INC. ASPHALT PAVING Outfitting sportsmen for the great outdoors! SINCE 1964 CHARM 330-893-1486 KIDRON
“Pizza, Soup, Salads, Subs” 330-674-9933
HOURS: M-F 8-5 SATURDAY 8-3
“All Your Grocery Needs” 330-674-9775
Doughty Farm Meats 8101 St. Rt. 241, Mt. Hope • 330-674-0922 Mon-Sat 7am-8pm • mrsyoderskitchen.com
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Your Full-Line Bakery
HOLMES TIRE LLC.
MILLER OVERHEAD DOORS, INC. Commercial • Residential • Sales • Service • Installation Located 4 mi. NE of Berlin 3249 US Rt. 62, Millersburg • (330) 893-2711
CHEVY • BUICK • GMC TRUCK
urthmann Restaurant “Where the Locals Eat” Open Daily 5:30am-8pm; Closed Sunday Daily Specials - Homemade Pie
& Country mall 330-893-2131
Trail View Plaza LTD 42 North Grant Street, Millersburg
5029 Somerset Rd., Berlin Ohio, 44610
The Best of Home Cooking Since 1938
HEINI’S PLACE CHEESE HOUSE
Tom Bryan Owner 330-674-1369 We Deliver!
Gazebos • Patio Furniture Pergolas • Arbors • Bridges
Buyer Of Standing Trees - Logs 13720 St. Rt. 62, Killbuck Ph. 276-5911
FEIKERT SAND & GRAVEL, INC.
RICK HAWKINS LUMBER
Owned and operated by East Holmes Veterinary Clinic
ALL MAJOR BRANDS
Trimmers - Tillers - Lawn Mowers - Blowers - Chain Saws
6848 TWP. RD. 630, MILLERSBURG 1/4 Mile E. of Benton Off CR 207 • (330) 674-0479
Berlin 5862 N. Market St.
(330) 893-3273 Walnut Creek 2804 St. Rt. 39
330-893-9899 www.millersdrygoods.com Mon- Sat. 8-5, Closed Sun.
P Stony oint SUPPLY
2010 PRO RETAILER OF THE YEAR
7880 Stony Point Rd. N.W. • Sugarcreek
We ship UPS on most items
Monday-Friday 6:30am to 5:00pm ; Sat. 7:00am to 11:30am
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Let your family know you are safe If your community experiences a disaster, register on the American Red Cross Safe and Well website, available through RedCross.org to let your family and
friends know about your Register for Health For more informa- with the Holmes County tive Director Patricia welfare. and Safety Classes at tion on American Red Chapter, contact Execu- Lang at 330-674-5861. If you do not have 1-800-RedCross or at Cross programs, to make Internet access, call www.ecross.org. a donation or to assist 1-666-GET-INFO to regNAME BRAND DISCOUNT GROCERIES ister yourself and your and BULK FOODS! family.
May 9th - 14th
Extended Hours: Open Friday til 7pm & Saturday til 4pm
Salty Stix 3 lb ...................$3.99 White Sugar 50 lb .............$22.00 Ketchup 24 oz ......................99¢ Laundry Detergent Powder 95 loads ...............$11.00 Huggies Diapers & Wipes
7841 CR 373, BIG PRAIRIE, OH
(BETWEEN SHREVE & NASHVILLE)
SUMMER HOURS Mon, Tues, Fri 8am-6pm Wed 8am - 7pm • Sat 9am-5pm Closed Thurs and Sun
May 16th & 17th
Muenster Cheese .........................................$3.09 Farmers Cheese ............................................$3.29 EZ Carve Ham ...............................................$2.29 Black Forest Ham .........................................$2.69 *NEW* Prestige Premium Liquid Coffee $16.95 /12oz Smith’s Milk ...........................................$2.99 gal. Whale of a Pail Ice Cream ..........................$4.50 White Sugar ....................................$22.50 / 50 lb. Thesco Flour ...................................$19.95 / 50 lb. Lettuce ................................................ $0.99/ head Bananas.................................................... $0.49 lb. **More in house specials**
PRIZES 1st ....$100 Gift Certiﬁcate 2nd ...Gift Basket 3rd ....5 Gal. Water Cooler 4th ....Frozen Turkey 5th ....Whole Ham
BRING IN THIS COUPON FOR ONE
ICE CREAM 1.75 QT.
$3.25 COUPON GOOD MAY 16 AND 17, 2014
Hrs: Mon-Tue-Wed 8-5 • Thurs 8-6:30 • Fri 8-7 • Sat 8-4
Now Open Til 7 Every Tuesday Night Black Forest Ham .......................$3.27 German Bologna ........................$1.79 Mild Swiss ....................................$3.67 Provolone ....................................$2.97
Prices Good May 12th to May 17th
Sale Prices Good May 12TH – 17TH
Walnut Creek Cheese Franks
330-695-2288 DELI SPECIALS
Hanging Baskets for Mother’s Day
E.Z Carve Ham ............................................. $2.19 lb. Pearl Valley Lacey Swiss ......................... $3.55 lb.
Walnut Creek Mayonaise Qts. $2.29 Unseasoned Bread Crumbs Fresh Roasted Schlonegers Coffee (Ground or Whole Beans Available)
$2.79/lb. SALE ON ALL COFFEE BUTLERS! DISCOUNTS ON ALL CHURCH ORDERS WEDDING, FUNERAL ORDERS On Items Not Already On Sale!
2430 TR 183, Baltic, Oh 43804-9607 330.897.3536 • Fax 330.897.2061 Mon., Thurs., Fri. 8-5; Tues. 8-7; 5 Closed Wed.; Sat. 8-4; Closed Sun.
Country View Produce 2 mi. south of Mt. Eaton, 10548 Massillon Rd. (Off of CR 241) Mon., Tues., Wed., Fri. 9-7; Thurs. and Sat. 9-7; Closed Sunday
Opening Thursday May 8th
New Items! Quick Oats 15lbs.
Large variety of hanging baskets, apples, fruit, Florida vine ripe watermelon maple syrup Asparagus products, jams, and Rhubarb jellies and lots more
8375 Criswell Rd., Fredericksburg, OH 44627 Mon.-Thur. 8-5; Fri. 8-7; Sat. 8-4; Sun. Closed
Large Selection of Annuals in 4” Pots and Flats • Patio Geraniums • Potting Soil • Organic Fertilizer • Vegetable Plants
Southern Vine Ripened Tomatoes & Watermelons
APPLES - Golden Delicious, Jonagold, Mutsu, Cortland
ller’s MiFARM MARKET
Hours: Mon-Sat 8:30 to 5:00 3464 SR 39, Millersburg
(1 Mile West of Walnut Creek on St. Rt. 39)
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Phytochemical: Phytochemicals are chemical compounds that occur naturally in plants (phyto means “plant” in Greek). Some are responsible for color and other organoleptic properties, such as the deep purple of blueberries and the smell of garlic. The term is generally used to refer to those chemicals that may have biological signiﬁcance, for example antioxidants, but are not established as essential nutrients. Scientists estimate that there may be as many as 10,000 different phytochemicals having the potential to affect diseases such as cancer, stroke or metabolic syndrome. – Wikipedia
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Walnut Hills Rehab Center groundbreaking is May 15 WALNUT CREEK — Walnut Hills Retirement Community will hold a groundbreaking ceremony for its new 17,000 square-foot Rehabilitation Center on Thursday, May 15 at 2 p.m. on the front lawn of the Nursing Home. Light refreshments will be served afterward. The groundbreaking symbolizes the next step in the transformation of
the lives of those who will receive rehabilitation services at Walnut Hills for decades to come. The new Rehab Center will have 20 private rooms with private baths, and the rehab gym will grow from the current 300 square feet to 2,800 square feet, providing ample space for in- and out-patient rehab — including physical, occupational and speech
therapy. The addition will be built onto the front of the existing nursing home, with a redesigned main entrance and new corridor which will enable people to reach the rehab area without passing through any other area of the building. The new Rehab Center will allow for more “functional” therapy activities. The additional square
footage provides space for roll-in showers and amenities like a laundry room and kitchen area, which will allow therapists to work with patients doing the things they will do when they return home. Walnut Hills received a lead gift of $2 million to get the “Transforming Lives” Capital Campaign off to a solid start last June. Over the past sev-
eral months, the remaining $500,000 needed was raised. Contributions of varying amounts were given by 138 more families and businesses toward the campaign, and Walnut Hills not only met the goal but surpassed it. The contribution total has reached $2,572,646. Walnut Hills as an organization is investing $1
million toward the project. Walnut Hills Retirement Community, a not-forprofit organization, is governed by a local board of directors, and is an affiliate of Greencroft Communities Inc. of Goshen, Ind. Walnut Hills, which is home to 270 people and employs 180 individuals, is located on Olde Pump Street in Walnut Creek.
Millersburg Mellor takes on job of street superintendent, cemetery sexton UMC to hold Although the village ing for the village, Mellor locate grave sites, digging are such that he can han- the Annual Pay Resolufor the posi- has been the sexton, but the graves and maintain- dle it.” tion. blood drive advertised tion of cemetery sexton, following the unexpected ing the cemetery grounds, Council will raise Mel- Council hopes by taking Millersburg United Methodist Church, located at 5395 Township Road 336, is sponsoring an American Red Cross blood drive on Saturday, May 31 from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. in the fellowship hall. Volunteers ages 17 and older are welcome. There is no age limit for senior citizens. Youth 16 years of age may donate with parental consent. Parental consent forms are at the donation site. Youths 15 and younger may not donate. If you are taking prescription(s), you may donate as long as you fall within normal range when a blood sample is taken before donation. A picture ID is required for all donors — generally a driver’s license. Refreshments will be served to all donors. Many folks are in need of blood for a variety of reasons. Won’t you, please, help someone in need?
and although 17 applications were sent in, council shifted gears and decided to leave the responsibility with Pat Mellor, current street superintendent. The decision was made in an executive session at the meeting Monday, April 28. Since he started work-
death of Rick Hannahs in late February, he also has been the street superintendent. The cemetery sexton oversees Oak Hill Cemetery. His responsibilities are more intensive in the summertime and include meeting with family members of the deceased to
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lor’s hourly wage by $2 an hour, to $20.96, and will hire an entry-level employee for the street department to help out with the work load. Village Administrator Nathan Troyer said an entry-level employee must be paid $11.44 an hour, a number set by
this new direction, money will be saved — the cost of a basic street worker will be more than $2 less than the cost of hiring a new sexton altogether. Reporter Brandon Zaffini can be reached at 330674-5676 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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said Mayor Jeff Huebner. There was some concern Mellor might not be able to keep up with both jobs, but he assured council he was up to the task, said Huebner. According to Councilman Jim Beechy, “Mellor has always done a good job, and his capabilities
Used buggy harness, couch, chairs, 2 small bikes, Singer Sewing Machine with Stand & a lot more. Bake Sale behind our store under a pavilion Donations will go to Mary Ann Schlabach. NOTICE: MAY 14TH WE WILL OPEN AT 7:00AM & CLOSE AT 5:00PM
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Recognition Ceremony for Adult Education is May 21 The Recognition Ceremony for Adult Education students from the Ashland County-West Holmes Career Center is scheduled for Wednesday, May 21, at 7 p.m. More than 100 students will be recognized for
their career development completion achievements, including Adult Basic and Literacy Education students receiving their GED this past year. The public is invited to attend this ceremony which will be held in the
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Commons area of the Ashland County-West Holmes Career Center at 1783 state Route 60, Ashland. For more information, contact the Adult Education Department at 419289-3313 or the ACWHCC website atwww.acwhcc.org.
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furniture, glassware, baby carriages, old metal signs, metal artwork, garden accents, salvage items, primitives, folk art, burlap pillows, flowers and much, much more. With such a variety of vendors, there should be something to satisfy every taste and style, from old-fashioned to ultra modern. There also will be two food vendors, and local restaurants and shops, all of them within walking distance, will be open for business as well, many of them offering sidewalk sales and discounts.
For those who want the party to continue later into the evening, HDM is holding its second Saturday Movie on the Courthouse Square. The movie, which is â€œThe Hunger Games: Catching Fire,â€? will be shown at dusk after the vendors have packed up for the day. Thatâ€™s just one more reason, among many, why people should come out to the event. â€œFor people who like the unique and the nonordinary, this is their eventâ€? said Lamp. â€œItâ€™s just really cool and a lot of fun, a chance to walk the village, visit
all the shops and vendors and see a lot of remarkable things â€” a chance to see it all in one fell swoop. Itâ€™s also a lot of fun to see what the vendors have done with their wares. The creativity of some of them simply astounds me.â€? For more information visit http://historicdowntownmillersburg. com or http://www.starlightantiques.com/antiquesinthealley.html. Reporter Brandon Zaffini can be reached at 330-674-5676 or bzaffini@the-daily-record. com.
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Community Softball Game: 4:00
Childrenâ€™s Games: 4:00 - Bungee Ride and Jump House
Chicken Dinner Meal: 4:00-6:00 -by donation (Carry Out Available) Homemade Ice Cream: 4:00-6:00 Band: Forever Young 5:00-5:45 Auction: 6:00 - Steve Chupp, Auctioneer
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Items in the Auction include: Indians Tickets, Golf Course Vouchers, Hotel Stays Amish Made Furniture, 1 Round Trip bus ticket to Florida - Pioneer Trails, Lake Erie Fishing Trip May 21st-22nd (Dwain Schlabach), Lake Erie Fishing Trip June 25th-26th (Dwain Schlabach), Weekend Camping for 20 at Terra Firma, 2 Cleveland Browns tickets (PreSeason in the Dawg Pound), 2 tickets Ohio State vs. Illinois night game nationally televised Nov. 1st, and items being added daily.
The Pier is located at: 10470 Winesburg Rd. â€˘ Dundee, OH 44624 (aprox. 1Â˝ miles south of Mt. Eaton) â€˘ 330-359-2071 All proceeds will beneďŹ t The Pier-Lighthouse of Hope for continued growth and community involvement.
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Birthday candle in a can of cat food for Moses Moses the kitten turned 1 year old this week. It seems like only yesterday that he was being paraded through the yard like the carcass of a slain barn rat, dangling from the jaws of Ruby the Rodent Killer by a tiny front paw. It was nothing short of a miracle that my son, Ben, just happened to be out back when each of our dogs squirted from under the back porch with a newborn kitten in her respective mouth.
I arrived home just as Ben was gently placing the kittens on a towel in a box, in hopes the momma cat would soon return. One was mewing, the other was silent, and I gave Ben a look that was meant to temper him to the fact that things might
The mother cat, a feral that had slunk about in the shadows of our neighborhood for weeks, had high-tailed it into the tall weeds once the dogs let her know her choice of a delivery room was dubious at best.
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creature I now held in my hand. Kristin had joined the debacle as she headed out the door for work and we stood there together, two seasoned parents and an abandoned orphan. I might suggest we “chose” to See Pg. 12 — CAT
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not pan out so well. He set the box down in the drive and within seconds, momma cat dashed from the shadows and grabbed up the noisy kitten. She never returned for the other. This left me to ponder the fate of the damp, pale, barely-breathing
Instantly responding to a lifetime of conditioning that inspires them to panic and flee when encountering a truly angry voice, each of the dogs dropped her passenger at Ben’s first scream and ran for cover.
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May 30th, 2014
Haystack meal begins at 4:00pm Auction begins at 5pm
(New Building) At the Mt Hope Auction Auction Address • 8076 Ohio 241 • Mt. Hope, Ohio 44660 Auction will feature a wide variety of donated items including lawn equipment, tools, furniture, in home meals, ﬁshing trips & many more items. If you would like to donate an item to beneﬁt the ministry, please contact the Auction Committee.
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FRIDAY, MAY 16, 4:30 PM AT EAST HOLMES FIREHOUSE
Homemade Ice Cream Hot Dogs will also be available Med Flight Helicopter will land at 6:30 PM All proceeds to beneﬁt East Holmes Fire & EMS
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savory items such as finger sandwiches, scones and sweets and various teas. The event is designed to celebrate the special relationships Mothers share with their children, with teas by World Cup Teas. The event is $20 per person in advance, nonrefundable. To confirm seating, reservations must be paid no later than May 2. To reserve seats, which may be paid for by credit card, call the Holmes County Historical Society
5K and 1-mile walk are May 10
will begin at 10 a.m. (no registration). Entry fees are: $20 for pre-registered 5k participants (forms and payment must be received by May 2); $25 for same-day registration for 5k participants; and $10 for the 1-Mile Fun Walk (includes pre-registered and same-day sign ups). Children 5 and younger are free. All pre-registered paid participants will receive a T-shirt (same-day registrants while supplies last). Children 5 and younger will not receive a shirt.
The Pomerene nursing staff will be holding a 5k and 1-mile fun walk at the Holmes County Trail on Saturday, May 10 with proceeds going to the Holmes County Humane Society. Dogs are welcome, provided they are on a short leash; participants with dogs will have to sign a waiver. The 5k race will begin at 9 a.m. (register between 8-8:45 a.m.). The 1-Mile Fun Walk See Pg. 19 â€” CALENDAR
(From Page 11) save this kitten, but some things simply fall to instinct. We dripped a bit of the time-honored â€œsaving serumâ€? for all abandoned baby mammals, a warm concoction of corn syrup and cowâ€™s milk, onto the kittenâ€™s tiny tongue and he instantly became ours â€” or perhaps I should say mine. After four weeks fostering with a slightly older litter at my buddyâ€™s house, Moses
returned to the place of his birth, but not to the dark and dusty netherworld beneath the back porch. For reasons neither I nor my family can easily explain, this kitten has become â€œmy fourth child.â€? He sleeps with me, eats with me, he even does his best to write with me, although the spacing of his little kitty fingers makes it somewhat difficult to type with any degree of legible accuracy. (He seems to use a lot of â€œqwsqwsqwsâ€? and â€œghb-
ghbghbâ€? words in his compositions â€” I suppose itâ€™s just a stylistic choice.) Yes, this â€œstupid yellow kittenâ€? definitely found a way to sway a guy who had, not much more than a year ago, sworn heâ€™d â€œnever have another cat, ever.â€? Then again, Moses is not so much a cat as he is a fourth child. Check out photos of Mosesâ€™ birthday party on Facebook at JohnLorsonSendHelp.
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Farming Markets WOOSTER HAY AUCTION TOWN & COUNTRY April 26 30 LOADS — 1st cutting 190-250 ton; wrapped rd. baleage 23 bale; 2nd cutting 250330 ton; rd. 280 bale; lg. sq. 140 ton; 3rd cutting 225 ton; lg. sq. 300 ton; lg. rd. 180 ton; straw 200 ton; rd. 160 ton; lg. sq. 155 ton; savings 4 bag; firewood 65-70; eggs 1.60-2. May 31, Machinery Auction
MOUNT HOPE AUCTION April 30 30 HOGS — 220-250 lbs. 79.50-80.50; 250-280 lbs. 79-88.50; sows, light 74-84; sows, heavy 86.50-91. 9 FEEDER PIGS — 65-85 lbs. 87.50-100. 26 FAT CATTLE — Good steers 115-127.50; choice Holstein steers 122-129.50; good Holstein steers 114-122; 5 BULLS — Jersey 94-103;
See Pg. 17 — MARKETS SUGARCREEK LIVESTOCK AUCTION INC. April 28 55 CALVES — Choice calves Rods: 250-310; good calves 190-245; light & thins 90-down; back to Shimano Daiwa farm bulls 225-310, heifers 100Okuma Zebco 300; beef calves 325; FEEDShakespeare All Star ERS: steers & bulls 100-200, heifers 100-177.50. Berkley Ugly Stick 209 CATTLE — Choice steers 142-152; good steers 130141.50; choice heifers 141-150; Reels: good heifers 130-140; good Tica Shimano Holstein cows 90-110.50, yellow and thins 85-down; good Libra Fenwick beef cows 90-112.50; bulls 100Daiwa Shakespeare 125; top dairy 2,200; top heifer Quantum Mitchell 2,200. 119 HORSES — Top horse Zebco Pﬂueger 1,000; top pony 350. FARMERSTOWN LIVESTOCK 2907 Township Road 190 Baltic; 330-897-6081 330-897-2275; 330-231-6809 April 29 28 CALVES — Good to choice calves 285-325; medium to good calves 250-285; fair to medium calves 220-250; commons and lights 210-down; cross bred calves 260-down; back to farm, bull calves 325375; back to farm, heifer calves 200-410. 21 SHEEP/LAMBS — Feeder lambs 230-260; sheep for slaughter 42-85. 2 GOATS — 57-102. 76 BUTCHER HOGS — 240-260 lbs. 77-83.50; 260 lbs.-up 76-80.25; butcher sows 94-down. 22 CATTLE — Bulls 86-112; good beef cows 94-113; medium to good beef cows 89-94; fair to medium cows 80-89; common cows 79-down. FEEDER CATTLE — Steers & bulls 75-185. TOTAL HEAD — 149. 35 LOADS — Hay, 1st cutting 225-375 ton; 2nd & 3rd cutting 185-375 ton; rd. hay 150 ton; big rd. bales 12.50-69; wheat straw 150 ton; lg. sq. hay 285 ton; balage 50-55 bale and 165 ton; oats per cwt. 17.25; corn fodder 32.50; eggs .40-1.65 dozen.
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Flowers, tasty treats still favorites of todayâ€™s mothers two-thirds of those celebrating Motherâ€™s Day will be celebrating with flowers. This year, put a new spin on a classic gift with a modern favorite â€” orchids. As the 2014 color of the year, radiant orchid is a bright and beautiful color guaranteed to make any mom smile. ProFlowers carries fresh radiant orchids that would make the perfect on-trend gift for modern moms this year. Online shopping spree â€” Todayâ€™s modern mom wears many hats, and she deserves a different outfit for each of those hats. Buying her a new blouse for work or a silk scarf for an evening out is a classic choice, but consider letting her choose her own outfit in the comfort of her own home. Modern moms have their favorite online store, so donâ€™t take all the browsing fun away from them â€” help your mom relax with a delicious champagne brunch and let her
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ous professional and personal obligations. So why not give her the gift of assistance? Tackle that outside project sheâ€™s been putting off, run those errands she doesnâ€™t have time for or offer to babysit while she enjoys the opportunity to relax. Your assistance may be just what she needs to recharge her batteries. Techy mom â€” The modern mom on your list may have every new tech gadget on the market, but that doesnâ€™t mean you canâ€™t find a unique way for her to enjoy her modern devices. Personal Creationâ€™s 3 Piece Ikat Print Phone, iPad Case and Sleeve Set provides the cases she needs for her iPhone and iPad, all with a fun, modern print personalized with her name that sheâ€™ll enjoy displaying all year long. Motherâ€™s Day is the perfect time of year to show your mom just how important she is. Get your modern mom exactly what she wants this Motherâ€™s Day to keep her smiling all year long.
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Upcoming events featuring Ohio Jersey breeders The Ohio Jersey Breeders Association will hold the Ohio Spring Classic Sale at the Shelby County Fairgrounds, Sidney, on Monday, May 26. The sale will feature an outstanding group of consignments with something for everyone ranging from production to foundation to show animals. The catalog is available online at the Jersey Marketing website, ohiojersey. usjersey.com or you can contact Jersey Marketing Service email@example.com or call the office at 937653-7085. The 2014 Ohio Jersey
many Very Goods and potential Excellents. The rolling herd average in March was 20,250 pounds of milk, 1,148 pounds of butterfat and 778 pounds of protein. A young sire from their herd, Cold Run Impuls Malice is in Picnic will be held Saturday, June 21. The hosts an AI sampling program. for the picnic will be Cold Cold Run Fastrack Mercedes-ET is the highest Run Jerseys, David and James Herron and Fami- GJPI heifer on the farm lies, 32699 Coffee School with a 212 GJPI, earning Road, Salem, Ohio. They her a spot on the Top 500 GJPI list. currently have 250 cows The Herron family has and 225 replacements. exhibited animals at the The herd is a combinastate, district and national tion of type and producshows and at Ohio Spring tion. There are 45 cows Dairy Expo. Animals that classified Excellent, with
they have shown have received All-Ohio honors. They have also received honors for top production and have bred several Hall of Fame cows. Herd health is a top priority. A new free stall and milking parlor was constructed in 2006. A new heifer barn was added in 2011. They farm 1,200 acres and raise corn, sudex, beans, wheat, oats and alfalfa. Long term goals for the farm include maintaining high milk production without sacrificing type. They plan to continue their embryo transfer program with
their top cows to accelerate the genetic gain in their herd. They support state and national sales with high quality consignments. The Ohio Jersey Picnic will begin at noon and meat, side dishes, dessert, beverage and table service will be provided. There will be a farm tour including a display by ABS highlighting heifers from their sire line-up. There will be current dairy topics by Eric Metzger, General Manager, National All-Jersey. The Queen contest begins at 11 a.m. Applica-
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stated Abbuhl in his introduction of the village. In fact, “Ohio’s Amish Country” was named the most popular attraction/event by overnight visitors in the Northeast Region of Ohio and the third most popular of all of Ohio’s Regions behind only Cedar Point Amusement Park and the Cincinnati Zoo (according to the Longwoods International’s “Travel and Tourism in Ohio 2012 Travel Year Final Report.”)
Northeast Ohio is also the state’s most visited region for both overnight visitors and daytrippers. “We were very honored and humbled to receive this award,” Marketing Administrator Rachel Rothacher said. “Many of our recent successes stem from the passage of an ordinance that enacted the collection of bed tax.” The ordinance detailed steps that could be taken and projects the new monies could fund to
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tion of the World’s Largest Cuckoo Clock to the downtown square and the on-location filming of Mission Picture’s ‘Love Finds You in Sugarcreek,’ based on the book by Serena Miller, have really put us on the map.” The village will be hosting a community showing of the movie sometime in June. Event details are to be determined and will be announced later this month. Sugarcreek has been mentioned in various television shows as well. Vanilla Ice, a ’90s pop sensation, came into town for his show “Vanilla Ice Goes Amish” on the DIY Network. Mike Schario, the owner and operator of the downtown store Finders Keepers, has made appearances on “Pawn Stars” and “American Restoration” and even wore a Sugarcreek T-shirt in one episode. In addition, “Modern Family” patriarch Jay Pritchett, played by native Ohioan Ed O’Neill, mentioned Sugarcreek in the Season Three episode “Me? Jealous?” Upon accepting the
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award, Weller thanked Rothacher and The Budget local editor, Bev Keller, for their work in preparing the application. He also thanked members of Sugarcreek Council, Tuscarawas County Convention and Visitor’s Bureau Executive Director Dee Grossman and CVB Partner Development coordinator Diane Lautenschleger for their support and commitment to progress. “I am proud to represent Sugarcreek,” he said before inviting the more than 275 in attendance to stop in on their way home to see the World’s Largest Cuckoo Clock and the Brick Wall Sculpture downtown. The award numbers among many others the village has received in the past few years. Weller also accepted the Heroes of Preservation Award presented by the Heritage Homes Association of Tuscarawas County for excellence in architectural preservation for noneother than the World’s Largest Cuckoo Clock. He was also named the “2013 Friend of the Arts” by the Community Arts Council in Sugarcreek for all his support and work on the Brick Wall Sculpture Project. The Ohio Swiss Festival holds the title of the longest continuously running outdoor festival in Ohio and was also awarded a certificate of meritorious achievement by the Ohio Festivals and Events Association for 60 years of Exemplary Community Service. The Fabulous Fifties Fling is now the largest Fifties festival in Ohio, and “Cruisin’ Times Magazine” ranked the 2009 show as “The Top Downtown Event” for cars in Ohio with the 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013 shows finishing second in the same category. Other honorees at the EODA annual meeting See Pg. 19 — AWARD
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(From Page 12) Prizes will be awarded to the fastest overall male, fastest overall female and best dressed pet. To participate in this event, visit www.pomerenehospital. org and click on the 5k run link under the News tab. An electronic version of the flier is available there. You may also call 330-674-1584, Ext. 1763 and a form can be mailed or faxed to you at your request. Mail completed participation form and payment to: Pomerene Hospital, ATTN: Public Relations, 981 Wooster Road, Millersburg, OH 44654. Make checks payable to: HCHS.
Get crafty at Operation Christmas Child work day A craft/sewing work day
is planned for the benefit of Operation Christmas Child, to be held May 15 from 8 a.m.-4 p.m. in the Community Building at the Jonas Coblentz residence, 5630 County Road 203, Millersburg. Call Bick Miller for reservations, 330-897-0159. Area residents are invited to take their friends, sewing machines, scissors, hot glue guns and anything else you might need to share your â€œcrafty ideasâ€? to make quality items to pack into shoeboxes at a reasonable cost. Patterns will be made available. Operation Christmas Child is a project of Samaritanâ€™s Purse. For more information, call Esther Troyer, Ohio East Area Coordinator for Operation Christmas Child, at 330-8524039.
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The Holmes County Board of Developmental Disabilities regular meeting will be Thursday, May 15, at 6 p.m. at the Holmes County Training Center, 8001 Township Road 574, Holmesville.
The Holmes County Veterans Service Center will be accepting applications for assistance for May through noon on Friday, May 16. The Veterans Service Commission board meeting will be held Monday, May 19 at 6:30 p.m. Office hours are Monday, 8:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m.; Tuesday-Friday, 8:30 a.m.4:30 p.m. The Service Center will be closed on Monday, May 26, in observance of Memorial Day.
Fish fry is May 17 in Sugarcreek American Legion Post 494 of Sugarcreek will hold its May Family Fish Fry on Saturday, May 17, from 4-7 p.m. at the Post Home, on North Broadway Street in Sugarcreek. Everyone is welcome.
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(From Page 18) included Jim Galvin with Three Rivers Energy in Coshocton County, David Reid with Hannibal Real Estate in Monroe County and Dr. Paul Brown with Zane State College in Guernsey County. Misty Casto, executive director of the Buckeye Hills Hocking Valley Regional Development District, also presented the NADO Congressional Award to U.S. Congressman Bill Johnson of Ohioâ€™s 6th District and Cara Dingus Brook, president and CEO of the Foundation for Appalachia Ohio, awarded two $500 checks to Tuscarawas County Job and Family Services and Scenic Hills Senior Center in Hocking County on behalf of the Don Myers Legacy Fund.
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special afternoon of art and music and enjoy the many talents of the students of West Holmes. The event is free and The West Holmes High open to the public. School music department and district art department are pleased Career Center to announce that on names April Sunday afternoon, May 18, they will be present- Students of ing their annual spring the Month high school band concert and awards and the Celeste Strawser and Tommy Lane, both Louddistrict art show. The art show begins onville High School stuat 12:30 and ends at 3 dents, were named Career p.m. It will showcase art Center Students of the work of students from Month for April. all of the West Holmes Strawser, in the Career elementary schools, Center’s Graphic Commiddle school and high munications program, was named the Junior Stuschool. The concert band will dent of the Month. She perform at 2:30 in the is the daughter of Chris high school theater fol- and Cindi Strawser and lowed by the symphonic resides in Howard. band performance at Lane, in the Career Cen3:45. Immediately after ter’s Power Equipment each band performs, Technologies program, yearly awards will be was named the Senior Student of the Month. He given in each group. Everyone is invited is the son of Virgil and to come and enjoy this Lisa Lane and resides in
Perrysville. Both students and their families are invited to the regular meeting of the Career Center’s Board of Education on May 15, where each will be presented with a certificate and pin.
Awards program is May 13 Loudonville High School, in cooperation with Academic Boosters, will hold its academic awards program on May 13 for grades nine-12 in the high school gymnasium at 9:25 a.m. The public is invited.
U of A offering summer courses The University of Akron Wayne College is offering a variety of courses this coming summer, with three-, fiveand eight-week sessions available. The three-week session begins May 19; the first five-week session starts June 9; the eightweek session begins June
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Triway Junior High School student Megan McAllister was honored as the 2014 eighth-grade state winner in the Ohio Daughters of the American Revolution American History Essay Contest at the OSDAR State Conference in Columbus on March 29.
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Rain takes a break; Career Center Cruise-In is success Chuck Efaw said he brought his classic Mustang out to the Career Center despite the early threat of rain because the Cruise-In is the first car show of the season. â€œI came to see the friends I usually see at the show,â€? he explained. Richard Boley of Shreve had a yellow and black 1956 Chevrolet Bellaire on display. He said he has attended the event nearly every time, even though it is usually cold, because of the venue. â€œItâ€™s a nice place to park because they have blacktop,â€? Boley said. â€œA lot of places have us park on grass.â€? Boley said he restored the Bellaire for sentimental reasons because he
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Mother Nature showed favor to the Ashland County-West Holmes Career Center by turning off the rain that was coming from threatening skies just before the schoolâ€™s 11th annual Cruise-In Saturday, May 3, and holding its return until just after the awards ceremony. As a result, 85 cars ranging from early 20th century classics to modern â€œmuscleâ€? cars turned out for the fundraiser for the SkillsUSA Club associated with the Auto Body Technology program. â€œConsidering the weather, for a day that started out cold and rainy, we had a real good turnout,â€? said Nick Houmard, Auto Body instructor. â€œNot only did we have a nice turnout, but we had some very, very nice cars.â€? Trophy winners this year included Best Paint to Eric Bowen of Ashland with a 1998 Chevy S-10; Best Interior for Bob Hostler of Ashland with a 1964 Ford Van; and Best of Show to Denny Brown of Mansfield with a 1950 Ford. The Cruise-In raised over $600 for the Auto Body program. Big Prairie resident
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Summer Science set for June Holmes Countyâ€™s American Association of University Women has set the dates for the fifth annual Summer Science Session. Classes will be held June 16-18 at West Holmes High School. The summer science/ STEM enrichment opportunities are presented through a partnership between AAUW, Holmes County 4-H OSU Extension Office and West Holmes Science Club. Students who have completed grades four-eight are invited to register and participate in the science, technology, engineering, ecology and math activities. The sessions are $5 per each half-day session per student. Application forms are available at the Holmes County District Public Library. For more information, call 330-674-3377.
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Leadership graduates â€˜grew through experienceâ€™ )`)9(5+65A(--050 :[HMM>YP[LY At a luncheon on Thursday, May 1, The Holmes County Chamber of Commerce recognized the 20 graduates of the 2013-2014 Leadership Holmes County class. The purpose of Leadership Holmes County â€” an annual program that runs from September through May â€” is to open up networking opportunities and promote leadership development for local professionals through the use of lectures, group discussions and field trips. This past yearâ€™s class was â€œlively, gregarious, inquisitive, and just a lot fun to be with,â€? said Leah Miller, director, who also noted it
was the largest class since the program started 14 years ago. â€œI think all the participants really grew through this experience as they learned about leadership principles, and also about Holmes County,â€? Miller said. â€œWeâ€™re so very thankful for all of them and the richness they add to the area.â€? The graduates for this yearâ€™s class are: Andrew Miller of Hummel Group; Becky Reusser of Wayne College/Akron U; Ben Hershberger of Commercial & Savings Bank; Brice Lonsinger of Voice of Holmes County; Dan Grimminger of Faith Lutheran Church; Darrell Lee of First Knox National Bank; Elaine Shoup of Walnut Creek Cheese; John Kan-
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del II of Grasshopper; Jordan Miller of Rea & Associates; Josiah Hostetler of Walnut Creek Foods; Julie Hershberger of Keim Lumber; Lavern Hershberger of Homestead Furniture; Margie Maxwell of Nagyâ€™s Collision Specialists; Michele Simmons of WKLM Radio; Michele Skolmutch of Holmes County Public Library; Mike Hamsher of Walnut Creek Foods; Owen Yoder of Save & Serve; Ray Miller of Keim Lumber; Robert Miller of Keim Lumber; and Robyn Harford of Killbuck Savings Bank. Graduate Owen Yoder, one of three who spoke at the luncheon, said the
program encouraged him to think about the purpose of his life. He realized he exists â€œto add value for those around us and leave the world a better place. This experience helped me grow into that.â€? Yoder also said the program motivated him to write a book. Drawing on the past yearâ€™s lessons, he wrote a workbook which will be coming out in July, a compendium of 52 inspirational quotes, one for every week, intended for â€œthose who want to grow.â€? The program was every bit as eye-opening and inspiring for graduate Lavern Hershberger, who shared his newfound zeal
for the future of the county. â€œRight now, weâ€™re pretty successful as a county,â€? Lavern noted, â€œbut are we utilizing and optimizing everything we have? We need to make sure weâ€™re doing whatâ€™s necessary to ensure weâ€™ll still be successful three generations from now.â€? Perhaps the best way to meet that goal is through â€œservant leadership,â€? suggested graduate Darrell Lee, who said the program helped him realize what kind of leader he wants to be. Shasta Mast, Chamber of Commerce executive director, offered the clos-
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“LEAN looks at the whole process, or the flow of products and services from beginning to end,” Miller explained. “It will help us develop processes that need much less human effort, less space, less capital, and less time to deliver at a lower cost and with much fewer defects compared with traditional systems.” The other business tool,
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April 8 — Holmes County Sheriff’s Office received a report of breaking and entering on Township Road 166 in Clark Township. April 10 — Fraud was reported on Township Road 511 in Ripley Township. April 11 — A report was taken of fraud on Maple Street in Berlin. Domestic violence was reported on Township Road 561 in Prairie Township. A report of assault was taken of state Route 83 in Prairie Township. April 12 — Criminal damaging was reported on Township Road 516 in Ripley Township. Criminal damaging was reported on Township Road 81 in Killbuck Township. April 13 — Vandalism was reported on Township Road 565 in Prairie Township. April 14 — A report was taken of burglary on Township Road 508 in Ripley Township. Theft of service was reported on Geneva Drive in Mechanic Township. April 15 — Domestic violence was reported on County Road 150 in Mechanic Township. April 17 — A prowler was reported on Township Road 630 in Salt Creek Township. A bad check reportedly was passed on Main Street in Berlin.
April 18 — Fraud was reported on County Road 6 in Richland Township. Fraud was reported on state Route 39 in Walnut Creek Township. Shooting of property was reported on County Road 22 in Washington Township. A report was taken of fraud on Township Road 73 in Killbuck Township. April 19 — Breaking and entering was reported on state Route 515 in Walnut Creek Township. A report was received of breaking and entering on state Route 754 in Ripley Township. April 21 — Domestic violence was reported on Marion Street in Nashville. A report was taken of grand theft on U.S. 62 in Paint Township. April 22 — Criminal damaging was reported on County Road 201 in Salt Creek Township. April 24 — Deputies investigated a report of domestic violence on state Route 83 in Mechanic Township. Breaking and entering was reported on Township Road 219 in Knox Township. Fraud was reported on County Road 373 in Ripley Township. April 25 — Criminal damaging was investigated on County Road 19 in Mechanic Township. April 26 — Vandalism See Pg. 29 — RECORD
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Chaney to speak in Killbuck, Glenmont Killbuck and Glenmont will hold Memorial Day services May 26. Killbuckâ€™s parade will begin at 10 a.m. from the VFW and will be led by VFW Post 7079 and the West Holmes High School marching band. The services will be held at Killbuck Cemetery. Special music will be provided by Toni and Gracie Shreve and the band. Glenmontâ€™s parade will
begin at 11:30 a.m. from the Glenmont Community Center and will be led by the VFW Post 7079 and the band. Speaker for both services will be Gary Chaney. Chaney is from Killbuck and graduated from West Holmes High School in 1970. He is a United States Army veteran, serving from 1970-1972 and completing one tour in Vietnam. He worked 31 years
at the Holmes County Highway Department. From 1973-1979, he worked for the Killbuck Police Department and from 1979-2013 was a Holmes County Sheriffâ€™s deputy. He has been a member of the Killbuck Volun-
teer Fire Department since 1966. He is a life member of the Vietnam Veterans of America and a member of Community Bible Church. He has two grown children, Eric Chaney and Jennifer Douglas.
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Mowers, chain saws and high-ethanol gas: safety tips for consumers (BPT) — With warm weather on the way, many Americans will be heading outdoors. Whether you’re beautifying your landscape with a lawn mower and hedge trimmer or using a chain saw to clear space for that deck you’ve always dreamed of, it’s important to take proper care when using outdoor power equipment. Safety measures help protect both the equipment and the people using it. “Many people are so eager to pull out lawn and garden equipment
once spring arrives that they sometimes forget basic steps to ensure the powerhouse of the equipment — the engine — is in good working order,” says Kris Kiser, president and CEO of the Outdoor Power Equipment Institute (OPEI). OPEI offers homeowners some tips as they use outdoor equipment this summer: The finer points of fueling Fuel keeps your outdoor power equipment going, so it’s important to
use it properly and safely. Before starting any equipment this spring, be sure to drain old fuel from the tank — especially if it’s been sitting all winter. Untreated gasoline left sitting in a tank for more than 30 days can deteriorate and destabilize, causing problems starting or running equipment. In some cases, bad gas can even damage the fuel system. After you’re done using the equipment, switch the fuel valve off and leave it that way until it’s time to use the equipment again. Fill a lawn mower’s tank between uses to minimize the amount of air in the tank. See Pg. 31 — MOWERS
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June Wilmot Fire to hold spring raffle Wilmot Fire & Rescue will hold its spring raffle drawing Friday, June 2 at 6 p.m. at the blood drive. Winner need not be present. Prizes include a Stihl gas chainsaw, Stihl weedeater and a Stihl gas handheld blower. Proceeds go toward a new grass truck. For information, 330-359-5995. See Pg. 31 — CALENDAR
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Mowers Store gasoline in a clean, sealed plastic container that’s specifically intended and designed for fuel storage, and store it away from direct sunlight. When it’s time to refuel your equipment, be aware of the type of gasoline it needs and look before you pump. “Don’t assume that the gas you put in your car can still go in your mower, chain saw or generator,” Kiser cautions. Never use greaterthan-10 percent ethanol gasoline blends, which are now commonly available at gas stations throughout the country and may be lower in price than other blends. It is illegal to use higher-ethanol gasoline blends in small engines such as your lawn mower, leaf blower or trimmer.
What’s more, such fuels can be harmful and cause damage to small engines. Be aware of what blender pumps look like. These pumps dispense higher ethanol fuels such as E15, E30 and E85 blends. Know when it’s appropriate to use them and when it’s not. To learn more about proper fuel use in smaller engines, visit OPEI’s educational site www.lookbeforeyoupump.com. Read and understand your owner’s manual, which contains the manufacturer’s instructions for taking care of your small engine, including fueling instructions. General safety measures — When operating a lawn mower, start with basic safety concerns such as wearing the proper attire, including substantial shoes (no
sandals or flip-flops), long pants and snug-fitting clothes. Inspect the mower for loose belts or hoses before you start it. Be sure no one else is nearby as you prepare to start the mower, especially children and pets. If you have a riding mower, start it while sitting in the driver’s seat, never while standing beside the mower. Always slow down when operating any mower on a slope or difficult curve. — When operating a chain saw, wear protective gear such as safety footwear, gloves, chaps, safety goggles and hearing protection. Never carry a running chain saw when it isn’t being used, and be sure your work area is clear of debris that could trip you while operating the saw. Keep other
result in the guide bar kicking back toward the user. — As you use an edger or trimmer, take safety measures such as wearing protective gear and ensuring that your work area is clear of any stones or debris that could fly up. Stop the motor when moving from location to
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Strother leads Orrville sweep )`2,=053@5*/ :[HMM>YP[LY West Holmes won seven different events â€” the shot put (104-10 1/2), discus (292-4), long jump (48-4 1/2), shuttle hurdles (1:06.5), sprint medley (1:51.0), 4x200 (1:47.9) and 4x100 (51.5) to help the Knights defend their title at the Orrville Red Riders Relays. Orrville is likely West Holmesâ€™ biggest competition at the OCC meet, and the Knights have now come out on top twice in the last week after topping the Riders 71.5-55.5 in a dual meet on Tuesday. West Holmes coach Rich Patterson said itâ€™s crucial to build momentum before the most important stretch of the spring. â€œWeâ€™ve had all kinds of personal bests,â€? Patterson said. â€œAll the meets now are important and theyâ€™re confidence builders before the tournament. We want to make sure weâ€™re strong above the shoulders as well as below the shoulders.â€? Paiten Strother and Laina Snyder both had big days for West Holmes. Strother, who set the school record in the long jump as a freshman, topped her previous personal-best with a leap of 18-5 1/2, besting her old record by nine inches. Strotherâ€™s mark puts her on the short list of state championship contenders. Last year, the state champion in Div. II jumped an 18-2. â€œI changed it up,â€? she said. â€œI got a little faster start and more height on my jump.â€? Patterson said the seniorâ€™s form was absolutely textbook. â€œThat was nuts,â€? he said in amazement. â€œWe have a video of it and you could teach long jumping from it. She did everything right.â€? Snyder, meanwhile, reeled off a throw of 43-1 1/2 in the shot, six inches short of the school record set by Lisa Cline (43-8). Following in the footsteps of the greatest athlete in school history, after winning the Div. II state championship in basketball last March, Snyder wants to
match another of Clineâ€™s feats. â€œAfter we won the state championship, we talked about the shot,â€? Snyder said. â€œI know I wonâ€™t get her basketball records, but itâ€™d be fun to get her shot record.â€? The Riders boys topped the rest of the field for the second year in a row, finishing with 97 points, ahead of Northwestern (82), Lake (70), Lexington (69), West Holmes (66), Tuslaw (61) and Padua (40). On the girls side, the Knights romped to their second consecutive title, finishing with 110 points. Orrville was the runner-up with 83, followed by Green (79), Lexington (67), Padua (60), Lake (48), Northwestern (30) and Tuslaw (23). James Miller combined with Kendal Kitchen and Harrison Brown to give Orrville the team win in the shot (142-3 1/2). The junior said at a program with plenty of tradition in track and field, itâ€™s a unique feeling to be just shy of the school record. On Friday, the key was simply focusing on his technique. â€œBeing up there with a lot of names in Orrville history,â€? Miller said, â€œand seeing the good throwers before me, to be known as the best shot putter in Orrville history would be surreal. I slowed down my technique and really focused on what I needed to. I like our ring a lot, probably because Iâ€™m used to practicing here.â€? The Riders won five other events: the long jump (58-1 1/4), shuttle hurdles (1:07.2), sprint medley (1:37.9), 4x200 (1:32.2), 4x100 (45.7) and 4x400 (3:26.4). Two weeks before the Ohio Cardinal Conference meet, thatâ€™s a great sign for Orrville coach Tyrone Mosley. â€œMay is pay day,â€? he said. â€œThis is what we worked the previous five or six weeks for. The kids are getting a second wind and they proved it today.â€? Meanwhile, the Huskiesâ€™ balance set the tone for their second-place finish. Northwesternâ€™s one event win was in the pole vault, where
Isaac Sadzewicz, Tyler Smith and Anthony Brown totaled a jump of 37-0. Northwestern also won the pole vault at Orrville a year ago. Sadzewicz had the best jump of the trio with a 13-0. â€œThey have a fast runway,â€? he said. â€œIt just feels fast.â€? Smith was on the Huskiesâ€™ AllOhio 4x100 and 4x200 relay teams a year ago, and while the Huskies are missing some pieces from the 2013 squad, he said thereâ€™s still plenty left to defend the Huskiesâ€™ Wayne County Athletic League crown. â€œEveryone set the standard last year,â€? he said. â€œThe freshmen have been stepping up in relays and filling big spots.â€? West Holmes Orrville dual meet With the senior stars leading the way, West Holmes needed some of its underclassmen to step up to lead the Knights against Orrville in a dual meet Tuesday at Knights Stadium. Freshman Taylor Yerian and sophomore Hannah Clark obliged to help the Knights get past the Red Riders 71.5-55.5. Junior Ciera Rose added a win in the 100 hurdles. Seniors Kennedy Smith (200, first; 100, second, and the winning 4x100 and 4x200 relays), Paiten Strother (100, first; the 4x100 and 4x200), Alexis Kandel (800, first), Emily Molnar (1,600, first) and Laina Snyder (first in the shot put and discus) helped the Knights rise to coach Rich Pattersonâ€™s challenge and top the Red Riders. But it was impressive wins posted by youngsters Yerian and Clark that had the coach looking forward to the postseason. The freshman Yerian clocked the third fastest time in school history in the 300 hurdles against the Riders, clocking a 47.29. *YHPN-VS[aWOV[VZ^^^I\`KYWOV[VZJVT â€œThat race is absolutely horrible,â€? Yerian said of the 300 hurdles. >LZ[/VSTLZZLUPVY7HP[LU:[YV[OLYMSPLZ[OYV\NO â€œWhat drives me is I like winning. [OL HPY PU [OL SVUNQ\TW H[ [OL 9LK 9PKLY 9LSH`Z Youâ€™ve really got to gut that race VU -YPKH` :[YV[OLY OHK H ZJOVVSYLJVYK SLHW VM OLSWPUN [OL 2UPNO[Z ^PU [OL SVUN Q\TW See Pg. 33 â€” SWEEP HUK[OLNPYSZ[LHT[P[SL
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Please, no Johnny Football Usually, I wouldn’t give a darn, and wouldn’t waste my time thinking about it, but I have been asked enough times what I think the Browns will do with their draft pick, that I figured I may as well display my vast wisdom on the subject. For we all know, when it comes to Cleveland Browns football, I know enough not to waste my time watching them. But that’s beside the point. If the Cleveland Browns were smart, they would not waste their fourth pick in the NFL draft that begins this evening on a quarterback. Sure Johnny Manziel is an exciting player, but his style of play is not suited for the AFC North, where the Browns happen to play. The former Heisman Trophy winner from Texas A&M would spend most of his time in Cleveland running for his life and the rest of the time on the Disabled List recovering from injuries sustained when the inevitable occurs. The Browns have a serviceable quarterback in Brian Hoyer, and they brought in Vince Young, who might finally have his life in order. They could draft a quarterback like Alabama’s A.J. McCarron in the later rounds and let him develop for a year or two, without getting hurt. The danger of drafting a high-profile quarterback like Johnny Football would be the desire to throw him right into the fire without giving him a chance to develop properly. Very rarely do rookies live up to the hype, especially when playing for a
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team with as many holes as Cleveland has. They should use their top pick to draft an offensive lineman like Jake Matthews, whose father was a Hall of Fame lineman for about 18 years in the NFL and his uncle was a standout linebacker with the Browns for most of his career. With Joe Thomas manning the left side, throw Matthews into the mix on the other end of the line, and Cleveland’s front five could prove to be quite formidable, enabling whoever the Browns have calling the signals to do so without taking his life into his hands with each and every snap. And players of Matthews’ pedigree don’t come along very often. Another option would be to draft a playmaking wide receiver, to strengthen the corps currently in camp, led by Josh Gordon and Greg Little. Clemson’s Sammy Watkins would be an ideal player for the Browns. The defense needs some bolstering as well, but it seems to me the best way for the Browns to become competitive with their divisional foes Baltimore, Pittsburgh and Cincinnati, would be to strengthen the offensive line and not get caught up in the hype of taking one of the big name quarterbacks. A big, powerful running back like Ohio State’s Carlos Hyde would sure look good in a Cleveland uniform if he is still available when the Browns make their second or third pick. Of course, I did preface this with ‘if the Browns were smart…’
out. It’s a gut race. We just have to go out and try our best.” “That 47.29 matched Tristan Dye. That’s some pretty good company to be with,” Patterson said. Yerian says you have to be confident to compete with all the All-Ohioans on the West Holmes team. “I didn’t know what I was going to run, coming into this season,” Yerian said. “Wherever coach puts me, I just try to kick butt. I just try to go out and run to the best of my ability.” She also ran a leg on the winning 4x100 and 4x400 relays. Clark added a win in the 400 (59.59), and was part of the winning 4x200 and 4x400 relays. Rose was nursing a sore knee, but still won the 100 hurdles in 15.56. “She’s taken that next step,” Patterson said. “She worked very, very hard all summer. We put a new technique in with her, changing her lead leg, and it’s helped her a bunch. “She’s a little hurt right now, but she’s rounding back into form and she should be fine by the time we get to conference and
district.” Orrville got a win in the high jump from Trinniti Hall (5-0), Kayla Madigan in the 3,200, and Maddie Jarret in the pole vault (10-6). “This wasn’t our invite lineup,” Orrville girls coach Jason Ayers said. We know West Holmes has some studs, and we just wanted to compete and see how we
matched up.” On the boys side, the Red Riders rolled past the Knights 84-43. The Knights got a pair of wins from Darrin Yerian (1,600 and 3,200). Luke Ogi won the 100 and the 4x800 relay team of Shaftner, Matt Gardner, Yerian and Drew Schrock were the other winners for West Holmes.
SPORTS FANS! Jose Fernandez made quite a splash as a 21-yearold rookie pitcher for Miami in 2013, winning 12 games with a 2.19 ERA. But the biggest surprise was that Fernandez jumped directly from Class A to the majors. Since 1970, only three other pitchers have done that: Dwight Gooden with the Mets (1984) and Jeremy Bonderman (2003) and Rick Porcello (2009) with Detroit. And get this – Fernandez has a stride length that can reach nearly nine feet, almost 140% of his height/ The typical stride length for a big league pitcher is about 80% of his height. Superstar Dodgers pitcher Clayton Kershaw has been out of this world in his young career, already winning two NL Cy Young Awards (2011 and 2013). But apparently it runs in the family. Kershaw’s great uncle, Clyde Tombaugh, actually discovered Pluto, in 1930 at Arizona’s Lowell Observatory. Tombaugh’s brother was Kershaw’s grandfather. Which city would you guess is home to the largest adult amateur hockey league in the U.S.? Detroit? Boston? Minneapolis? No, no and no. It’s San Jose – some 5,000 players on 165 teams. Hard to believe, given that the sport has struggled for attendance in California. When the late Jack Kent Cooke owned the LA Kings in the early 1970s, he thought he had a gold mine because about 800,000 Canadians were living in the region. However, “I’ve just discovered why they left Canada, “ Cooke said. “They hate hockey.” Only one California team has even won a Stanley Cup – the 2007 Anaheim Ducks.
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On the job mom training — better than any book I never played with dolls. I didn’t have tea parties or strollers. I didn’t dress them up and feed them. The only feeding of dolls
I ever did was with a certain doll that had a digestive system and came with little packets of gel powder. You’d add water and
make pink goo and feed it to the baby, pump the handle in the back, and wait for proof that what goes in must come out.
Then I gave her a haircut that would make you think she had a lawnmower for a beautician, and she ended up in the
bottom of my toy box. There were other dolls that people gave me, thinking that surely a little girl would hone in her mothering skills and enjoy them, but I didn’t. I didn’t have mothering skills. I had other skills. I had rock collections and rode my bike with no hands. Being an only child, I always considered myself the daughter my parents always wanted and the son they never had. So when I got married and my husband told my parents that he wanted to have six children, my parents held their sides in laughter and I felt my hips getting wider and my world closing in. A bit down the road we were expecting our first kid. A young mother-to-be, I thought I should really start reading what to do because I had no clue how to take care of a baby, let alone actually be a mother. A friend sent me a book. “This is what helped us.” Someone recommended another book. “This will totally save you.” Relatives told stories, gave advice. “You’ll never find this in any book.” But I was pregnant during the summer and had garden work to do, a lawn to mow, dinner to make and was completely exhausted.
There was no time for reading stacks of books with diagrams on how to swaddle a baby and work out gas bubbles and the best way to establish a sleep schedule. (I probably should have read that chapter.) I read very little and when my daughter was born, I had never changed a diaper that wasn’t full of pink goo. When that first time came, I just did what came natural to me and a lightbulb went off: I think I’m actually wired for this job. Motherhood was inside me all along, whether I knew it or not. My hypothesis was confirmed as I nursed her and rocked her to sleep, and skills continued to develop every day. I already knew how to love this child unconditionally and with every inch of my being for the rest of my life and how to care for her when she was hungry and tired and how not to run into the coffee table and how to put her toys, dolls and all, back in the toybox. I just didn’t know it. Happy Mother’s Day!
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Anna Weatherwax, 82 Anna Marie Weatherwax, 82, of Glenmont, died at home after a brief illness on Thursday, Jan. 2, 2014. She was born in Glenmont, on June 4, 1931, to Eva Marjorie Dixon Owen McClain and Wayne D. Owen. She was preceded in death by her husband of 52 years, George W. Weatherwax, her parents and six siblings. Surviving are her three children and their spouses; a son, Rick (Jill) Weatherwax of Glenmont; and two daughters, Connie (David) Shaffer of Wooster and Bonnie (Sam) Muhlen-
kamp of Virginia; her 10 grandchildren; and her great-grandchildren. She worked at Shreiner’s Sole Company in Killbuck and was a lifelong member of The Church of Christ in Glenmont. Graveside services will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday, May 10, 2014, at Sunnyside Cemetery, Glenmont, with Pastor Ed Stivers officiating. At Anna’s request, in lieu of flowers, memorial contributions can be made to Glenmont Church of Christ. Arrangements are being handled by Alexander Funeral Home, Millersburg.
Ethel Semelsberger, 90 Ethel E. Semelsberger, 90, of Wooster, entered into rest, Sunday, April 13, 2014, in Wooster. She was born Jan. 18, 1924, in Nelsonville, to Francis and Annie (Morris) Corwin, and married Maynard F. “Bud” Semelsberger on Jan. 6, 1946, in Akron. He entered into rest Oct. 2, 1998. She was a devoted homemaker, who loved to bake and spend time with her family, especially her grandchildren. Surviving are a son, Mark (Juliann) Semelsberger of Holmes County; four grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. In addition to her husband, she was preceded in death by her parents; seven brothers and sis-
ters. Services were Thursday, April 17 at Custer-Glenn Funeral Home, 2284 Benden Drive, Wooster, with pastor Wayne Geisler officiating. Interment was in Wooster Cemetery. Words of comfort may be shared with the family at www.custerglenn.com.
Douglas Weiser, 52 Douglas Arthur Weiser, 52, of Fredericksburg, passed away Thursday, April 24, 2014, at Wooster Community Hospital, with his family at his side. Doug was born Feb. 21, 1962, in Wooster, the fifth child of Richard and Shirley Costell Weiser. He graduated from Wooster High School in 1980 and had worked in construction. He enjoyed golfing, fishing and playing his guitar. Doug loved being with his children and watching their ball games. Surviving are children, Destiny and Brody Weiser, both of Millersburg; siblings, Dianne Richey of Strawberry, Ark., Ralph Weiser of Loudonville, Vicki Straits of Greenville, S.C., Jeff Weiser of Delaware and Brad Weiser of Wooster; and many nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles and cousins. He was preceded in death by his parents; grandparents; and a nephew, Eric Watkins.
Memorial services were April 27 at Moreland United Methodist Church with the Revs. Tom Fish and Bill Leitch officiating. McIntire, Bradham & Sleek Funeral Home, 216 E. Larwill St., Wooster, assisted the family. Online condolences may be left for the family at www.mcintirebradhamsleek.com. Those who wish may make memorial contributions in his name to LifeCare Hospice, 2525 Back Orrville Road, Wooster 44691.
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Doris Paullin, 85 Doris June Paullin, 85, of Lakeville, died Wednesday, April 16, 2014, at Sycamore Run Nursing Home. She was born March 16, 1929, in Holmes County, the daughter of William and Lena Mackey Wachtel, and married John Paullin. He preceded her in death. Doris was a graduate of Wooster Business College, and was a secretary for Haudenshield Insurance in Loudonville and Washington Mutual in Lakeville, where she retired. She was member of Lakeville United Methodist Church, where she was a Sunday school teacher, Bible school teacher and founder of JAM (Jesus and Me). She was a 4-H adviser, a member of Nashville Grange and volunteered and was a regular blood donor at Holmes County Chapter of the Red Cross. Doris was an avid sports fan, following West Holmes sports, as well as Ohio State and the Cleveland Indians. Surviving are children, Penny Blubaugh of Danville, Chuck (Lola) Paullin of Lakeville, Jane (Michael) Smith of Loudonville, Deb (John) Ridgway of Radium Springs, N.M., Dianne Bell of Wooster and Nancy (Ed) Moore of Killbuck; 10 grandchildren; 20 great-
Freda Vaughn, 90 Freda Vaughn, 90, of Millersburg, went to be with the Lord on Wednesday, April 16, 2014, at Sycamore Run Nursing Home, Millersburg. Freda was born to John and Edna (Estep) Dowalter on Feb. 3, 1924, in Walnut Creek Township, Holmes County, and was raised by Celsus and Esther Mast of Berlin. She graduated from Berlin High School in 1943 and married Fred Vaughn on Dec. 26, 1953. Fred preceded her in death Aug. 2, 1985. Freda was a beautician for many years and started working in the dietary department at Pomerene Hospital on Oct. 23, 1967. She was a member of Holmesville Church of Christ, and loved to feed and watch the birds. She enjoyed going out to eat at restaurants with family and friends. Freda loved the Lord and preached the importance of church, the Bible and family. Surviving are children, Amy (Scott) Simmons, Carla (Greg) Guthrie, Rex (Pam) Vaughn and Cheryl (James) Whitman, all of Millersburg; 10 grandchildren; 21 great-grandchildren; brothers, Theodore, Fred and Robert; sisters,
Lena and Mary Jane; and stepsisters, Charlotte and Connie. She was preceded in death by a great-granddaughter, Joclyn Renee Whitman. The family would like to express a heartfelt thank you to LifeCare Hospice, the nursing staff at Sycamore Run, and to her home health aide Heather, for all the love, care and support they all showed toward Freda. Funeral services were Tuesday, April 22 at Holmesville Church of Christ, with Don Campbell officiating. Burial was in Berlin Cemetery. Arrangemments were handled by Alexander Funeral Home, Millersburg. The family suggests memorial contributions be made to LifeCare Hospice, 2525 Back Orrville Road, Wooster 44691.
grandchildren; and a brother, Wayne (Mary Lou) Wachtel of Orrville. In addition to her husband, she was preceded in death by her parents; a daughter, Janice Paullin; and a brother, Floyd Wachtel. Services were Saturday, April 19 at Lakeville United Methodist Church, with pastor Diane McCartney officiating. Burial was in Lakefork Cemetery. Arrangements were handled by Fickes Funeral Home in Jeromesville. Online condolences may be made at www.fickesfuneralhome.com. Memorial contributions may be made to LifeCare Hospice of Wayne County, 2525 Back Orrville Road, Wooster 44691; Lakeville United Methodist Church, in care of John Rush, Lakeville 44691; or HolmGerda Ritz, 87 es County Chapter of the Red Cross, 101 S. Clay St. Gerda I. Ritz, 87, of Millersburg 44654. Millersburg, passed away Tuesday morning, April 2, 2014, at her home. David Hyatt, 60 She was born July 7, David Cline Hyatt, 60 1926, in Dt. Eylau, Gerof Fountain Hills, Ariz., many, the daughter of died April 2, 2014 at Hermann Otto and Ida home after a year-long (Grewener) Kurella. In battle with cancer. 1955, she married James I. Born in Mt. Vernon, Ritz; he preceded her in the son of the late Wardeath in December 1968. ren and Mildred (Cline) Gerda enjoyed knitHyatt, he was a 1971 ting, crossword puzzles, graduate of West Holreading, playing solitaire, mes High School and painting and fishing. a continual student of Surviving are brothers She was preceded in life’s lessons. and a sister, Heinz Kurella death by her parents; a sisWith seven siblings, of Trier, Germany, Walter ter, Ursella Rowe; and a David learned early to Kurella of Berlin, Ger- brother, Carl Kurella. play well with others. As many, Dieter Kurella of Memorial services were a licensed CNA, David and Lois (Rick) Pace, Australia, and Gertrude Wednesday, April 9 at was a compassionate both of Loudonville; and Wallace of Indianapolis, Alexander Funeral Home, caregiver who endeared brother-in-law, Russell Ind.; several nieces, neph- Millersburg, with pastor himself to all he encoun- Akins of Loudonville, ews, great- and great-great Lawrence Jarka officiattered. He loved work- and many nieces and nieces and nephews. ing. ing with his hands, was nephews and great nieca gifted pianist and mas- es and great nephews. tered the needlecraft He was preceeded in Dr. Robert Sears arts. death by his parents; Independent Doctor of Optometry He was survived by his sister, Kathryn Akins; Located Inside partner of 19 years, Rob- brothers-in-law, DanMillersburg ert B. Kenny of Fountain iel Elliott and Lonnie Hills, Arizona; brother, Dalton; and his nephew, Wal Mart Richard (Sharon) Hyatt Edward Buren. Vision Center of Killbuck; sisters, Val- Private services were Basic Eye Exam Contact Lens Exam erie (Lester) Leckrone held in Arizona and of Loudonville, Gayle Ohio. David requested $ 00 $ 00 Elliott of Danville, Joyce that memorial contribu(Kerry) Patterson of tions be made to a noCALL FOR APPOINTMENT Baltic, Cynthia Dalton kill animal shelter. 330-674-3564
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4-H notes Election of officers was held when the Holmes County 4-H Shooting Sports Club met recently at Eastern Holmes Sportmenâ€™s Club. They are president, Cody Mackey; vice president,
Bryce Burgett; secretary, Tanner Neuenschwander; treasurer, Matt Gardner; health, Hunter Sloan; reporter, Lane Miller; safety, Sam Baird and Brant Burgett; recreation, Dawn Sloan;
and instructor assistant, Taylor Neuenschwander. Club members assisted the National Wild Turkey Federation with Jakeâ€™s Day. The next meeting is May 10 at 9 a.m. at the
Eastern Holmes Sport- were led by Trevor Kiner menâ€™s Club. and Lexi Ogi. Roll Call was answered by naming The Nashville Jolly a favorite baseball team. Farmers 4-H Club met Cloverbuds made April 28 with 18 mem- painted insects with Jody bers and three Clover- Irwin. buds present. Pledges Quality assurance was
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held April 21 with 62 4-H members present. Another session will be held at the Holmes County fairgrounds on June 3. Members must attend one of the sessions. A goat clinic and tag in will be held at the fairgrounds June 17. Dues are to be paid ASAP. A bake sale will be held in the village on Memorial Day. As a fundraiser, the club voted to sell and make Buckeye Deli pizzas as soon as school is out. Refreshments and demonstrations were done by Trevor Kiner and Josh, Stephen and Elisa Baldridge. The next meeting will be the safety meeting May 19 at the church with the Ogi family in charge. Doughty Valley 4-H Club met May 4 at 6:30 p.m. The meeting was called to order by Vice President Leon Williams. Logan Balder and Brandon Raber II led the pledges. Morganne Balder read the treasurerâ€™s report. Rachel Wagers did roll call with 19 members present. The club talked about upcoming tag-in and clinic dates. Pizza Fundraiser sale papers were passed out. Demonstrations were done by Brandon Raber II and Leon Williams about the dairy feeder calves they are taking to fair. Demonstrations next meeting will be done by Mathew Young and Braden Allen. The Cloverbuds had a meeting at 6 p.m.; they did a Motherâ€™s Day project. The next meeting will be May 18 at 6:30 p.m. Members will be planting flowers for a community service project. Green Acres 4-H Club met April 24 at Bakersâ€™. Alexis Kandel presided over the meeting. Timothy Kandel led the pledges. Frozen food sales were discussed. Also discussed were the Quality Food Assurance Program dates, community service project and market animal tagging. Public speaking contest is July 9. The next meeting is June 12 at Schmidts.
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DRIVING HORSE SALE (TACK 5:30 HORSES 7)
PONY & RIDING HORSE SALE (TACK 9:30 HORSES 12) CATALOG DEADLINE MAY 20TH
JUNE 13TH DRIVING HORSE SALE (TACK 5:30 HORSES 7)
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686 Smokey Lane Road NW â€¢ Sugarcreek, OH 44681 Phone: 330-852-2237 Fax: 330-852-2237 Auctioneer Myron Miller
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Selling boats and accessories Taking consignments – Call Ron Hickman, Auctioneer. Watch upcoming ads for a full list. Ron Hickman, Auctioneer and Realtor Grapevine Real Estate Ofﬁce: 310 Main St., Newcomerstown, Ohio 43832 Website: ronhickmanauctioneer.com 10252013 Phone: 740.498.5275/Cell: 330.204.1025
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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, May 12, 2014 at 5:00 PM Antiques * Glassware * Household * Furniture * Misc. * Selling in 2 Rings Mlbg. glass; love seat; sofa; oak table & chairs; wooden gun cabinet; bedroom set; air hockey table; 31 day wall clock; long horn set; old photo albums; postcards; regulator wall clock; jewelry; farm toys; household goods; misc. furniture; crocks; cast iron pcs.; 100+ blue jars; advertising pcs.; surplus items; hand tools; garden tools. Consigners: Owen & Amanda Hershberger and others Note: Visit www.kaufman-auctions.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% buyer’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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PUBLIC AUCTION SPORTSMANâ€™S BAR Orrville, OH Having sold the building and retiring after 32 years Dean Alexander will offer for sale all of the chattel property of the business on location 154 W. Market St. Orrville, OH.
TUESDAY EVE., MAY 13, 2014 4:30 PM
EQUIPMENT: Good True 25 case cooler; Ceiling and wall mtd. Smokeeters; Litton microwave; 2 refrigerators; 18 older bar stools; 4 HD pedestal tables; old 3 tub sink; some older chairs; glassware; Sharp XE-A102 Cash register; 2 older TVâ€™s; Floor buffer/scrubber. FIXTURES & SIGNS: 95 yr. old back bar & counter; 50 Ft. bar (can be bought in sections; wooden walk in cooler (approx.. 100 yrs. old) to be removed; Full size NASCAR Hood: 4 smaller NASCAR Hoods; Over 100 signs and promotional advertising pieces from old to new - some are pictured on the website; some historic photos. NOTE: We will start w/signs and misc. small items and plan to sell the larger equipment and bar at 6:30. Some pictures on the website www.reshowcase.com TERMS: CASH â€“ CHECK â€“ Visa â€“ Mastercard â€“ Discover 5% Buyerâ€™s Premium waived for check or cash Auction Conducted By: DEAN ALEXANDER, OWNER 330-988-0609 www.reshowcase.com
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Location: 3882 SR 60 Killbuck, Ohio 44637.From Killbuck take SR 60 north 2.5 miles to location. From SR 39, 6 miles west of Millersburg, take SR 60 south 4 miles to location. GPS Coordinates; 40.521974, -82.001698
Location: 6182 CR 77 (Bunker Hill) Millersburg Ohio 44654. From Berlin take US-62 northeast 1 mile to CR 77 north .4 mile to property. From Mt. Hope & SR 241 take CR 77 south 3.2 miles to property. Signs Posted
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Wednesday May 21st, 2014 6:00 PM * 2.86 Acres * Berlin Township * Holmes County * 2 Connected Homes * Shop * Barn * Fenced Pasture * Well Maintained Homestead * Shared Pond * Open for Inspection: Tuesday May 13th â€“ 5 to 7 PM Well-kept Amish homestead with 2 homes, large shop, and barn. The original home has large kitchen with pantry, living room, 2 full baths and bedroom on the main ďŹ‚oor along with 5 bedrooms upstairs. Full basement has fruit cellar with natural spring water, summer kitchen, and canning room. The home has wood burner and natural gas heaters. This home has a newer steel roof and replacement windows. The second home, built in 2004 is attached to the original home and features kitchen w/ pantry, living room, bedroom and full bath along with 2 bedrooms upstairs. Full walkout basement with coal burner and gas heaters. The homes have Berlin Water, 2 septics and Northeast Ohio natural gas. The shop is 24â€™x76â€™ with an attached engine room and also has a newer steel roof. The barn is 30â€™x60â€™ and has 4 box stalls and 2 open tie stalls, hay mow and a newer roof. This property has had good maintenance and care and shows very well. With 2 homes you have a lot of different family options and all situated on nearly 3 acres with shared pond, parochial school rights, and central location. Terms: 10% nonrefundable down payment day of sale with the balance due at closing. No Contingencies. Property will sell absolute to the highest bidder. Sells â€œAs Isâ€?. Announcements day of sale take precedence. Legal: Parcel #â€™s 0100171000 & 0100172000 in Berlin Township of Holmes County and the East Holmes School District. Taxes per half year are: $1,515.51 Auction by the order of: Mose & Erma Raber
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81.67 Acres* 5 Parcels* Killbuck TWP.* Holmes County*West Holmes Schools* Home and Barn* Wooded and Tillable Acreage* Good Spring and Creek* Mineral Rights Included*
Open House: May 20- 5:00 to 7:00 PM An excellent opportunity to own prime real estate in western Holmes County. This 81 acre farm consists of good tillable bottom ground and wooded acreage as well. The buildings include the 1930 farmhouse which features a stone ďŹ replace, 3 bedrooms and 2 baths. Other buildings include an older 30X50 bank barn and a 26X36 detached garage. Spring fed water supply, older septic system. Approx. 50 acres tillable and about 15 acres wooded. Parcel1: Homestead with 10 acres.Approx.662 ft. frontage on SR 60 and approx.. 691 ft. frontage on TR 271. Parcel 2: 20.3 acres. Mostly tillable with approx. 933 ft.frontage on SR 60 and approx. 1,245 ft. frontage on TR 271. Parcel 3: 9.5 acres. Some tillable with a 32X44 Pole building. Approx. 662 ft. frontage on SR 60.Shared driveway for access. Parcel 4: 25.8 acres.Mostly tillable with 853 ft. frontage along SR 60.Shared driveway for access. Parcel 5: 15.9 acres. Mostly wooded with good ďŹ‚owing stream with 50 ft. frontage on SR 60. Parcels will sell separate and combined, sells whichever way nets most for seller. Feel free to walk this farm at your convenience. Call for map and details. Call Tim Miller for more details. Taxes and Legal: Taxes are currently $1,330.49 per Â˝ year and are under CAUV. Holmes County Parcels 0800539000, 0800539001, 0800539002. Terms on Real Estate: 10% nonrefundable downpayment, balance at closing, no ďŹ nancing contingencies. Any required inspections must be completed prior bidding. Purchasers should inspect property prior to bidding and be aware of its condition. Annoucements day of sale take precedence overall preceding advertising and statements. Auction by Order Of: Thaddeus Rohskopf
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Cary/McKelvey Farm Auction 268 Acre Farm/Nashville
Location: 5081 CR 22, Glenmont OH 44628. From SR 39 in Nashville, OH take SR 514 south approx. 3Â˝ miles to County Rd. 22 east Â˝ mile to property. Signs posted.
Tuesday, May 20, 2014 5:00 p.m. 268 Acres * 6 Parcels * Stone House Farm * Home & Barn * Beautiful Open & Wooded Acreage * Good Springs and Creek * Ford and Ferguson Tractors * Attachments * Ford Pickup * Polaris ATV * Dirt Bike * Misc.
Open House: Tuesday May 13th 5-7pm A superb offering in beautiful western Holmes County. 268 acres of wildlife laden retreat land that has an excellent supply of food, water, and cover for all kinds of game. The buildings include the old 1840s stone house that has been updated and would be excellent for a permanent home or that exclusive retreat property. Other buildings include an older 36â€™x60â€™ bank barn, a good 24â€™x32â€™ detached garage and an older spring house. Free gas from well on farm will stay with the existing home. There is nat. gas available from public line. Spring fed water supply, older septic system. There are several undeveloped springs on farm. The land is approx. 30-40 acres tillable with the balance being wooded. A spring fed creek ďŹ‚ows thru the southeast edge of Parcel 1. Parcel 1: 10 acres with buildings. Approx. 165 ft. frontage on CR 22. Shared driveway for access. Parcel 2: 43.4 acres. Mostly wooded with approx. 1,560 ft. frontage on CR 22. Shared driveway for access. Parcel 3: 80.8 acres, tillable and wooded with 50 ft. frontage on CR 22. Parcel 4: 83.4 acres, open and wooded with approx. 343 ft. frontage on CR 22. Shared driveway for access. Parcel 5: 25.8 acres, open and wooded with approx. 758 ft. frontage on CR 22. Parcel 6: 25.2 acres, mostly wooded with approx. 1,365 ft. on CR 22 and additional frontage on TR 228. Parcels will be offered separate and combined, sells whichever way nets the most for sellers. Feel free to walk this farm at your convenience. Call for map and brochure. Call Jr. Miller for more details. Sells at 6 PM. Taxes and Legal: Taxes are currently $1,497.80 per Â˝ year and are under CAUV. Holmes County parcel numbers are 1100070000, 1100070001, 1100071000, 1100071001, 1100072000, 1100073000. Terms on Real Estate: 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. Tractors * Pickup * ATV * Dirt Bike & Equipment Tractors, Attachments & Equip: 1953 Ford Jubilee gas tractor, w/ 12 volt system; Ferguson 20 gas tractor (clutch needs work); Rhino 5 ft. 3 pt. brush hog; older 5 ft. 3 pt. brush hog; King Kutter 3 pt. slipscraper; Ferguson 3 pt. 2 bottom plow; IH 3 pt. single plow; Ferguson 3 pt. cultivator; 3 pt. blade; Ferguson sycle bar mower; older MF sycle bar mower (needs work); Swisher 60â€? pull behind mower with Briggs engine; portable logsplitter with pto powered hydraulics; 6 ft. 3 pt. ďŹ‚ail mower: single disc; Pickup, ATV, Dirt Bike: 1996 Ford F150 4x4 pickup, reg. cab, standard shift, 8â€™ bed, air, radio; 2000 Polaris Magnum 325 4 wheeler, 4x4, auto transmission, shaft drive, sells w/ 5 ft. blade; 2007 HI-BIRD QH-200GY motorcycle/dirt bike; Air Compressor, Tools & Misc.: Sanborn stationary air compressor (5 hp); Homelite 5000 watt generator; 2â€? trash pump w/ Honda motor; Wagner airless paint sprayer; Ridgid & Craftsman pipe cutter & threaders; 14â€™ aluminum ext. ladder; 2 sets of scaffolding; scaffold planks; 2 screw jacks; hay hooks other misc. barn items; climber & ladder treestands; old trunk; Hot Tub: 2007 Nordic hot tub with electric heater. Terms on Chattels: Cash, check, or any major credit card with valid I.D. 3% buyerâ€™s premium will be waived for cash sales. Note: Not many small items. Should be ďŹ nished with all chattels before real estate. Auction By Order of: Virginia Cary Trust Gary & Carolyn McKelvey
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Kaufman Auction House Gun Auction 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. Still taking consignments for:
Consignment Gun Auction Friday May 16th â€“ 5:00 PM 100+ Guns * Ammo * Knives * 7 ARâ€™s * Misc. Colt: Phyton .357 â€“ 4â€? Barrel Nickle; Lighting bolt-slide action .22; Commander .45 ACP; Car 15 .45 Long Colt Revolver; Mustang Marl IV .380 Winchester: Model 12 20 Ga. â€“ Nickel Steel; Model 12 16 Ga.; Mod. 88 .308 Lever Action; Mod. 70 30/06 Bolt Action; Model 94AE 30/30 Big Loop Lever Action; Remington: 1100 410 Ga.; 700 7mm w/ Scope; 870 Wingmaster; Wingmaster 12 Ga.; R-15 UTR .223 & more. Browning: Ultra XS 28 Ga.w/ .410 conversion kit; (2) Citoris 12 Ga. w/ Gold Trigger & more. 20+ Rugers: Mini 14 Rancher; 10/22; Bearcat; Mark III; Vaquero 44/40; Charger; 1911 .45 ACP; SP 101; Super Blackhawk; L-C 9; No 1 204; Hawkeye; SR9; Tactical and more. Others: Smith & Wesson Mod. 645, SS, .45 ACP; S&W M+P 22â€™s; S&W Airweight .38; S&W M+P 9mm; S&W M+P RiďŹ‚es; GSG-5 .22; Rossi Ranchhand 44m; Bushmaster XM15-E25 .223; EA Mod. 5-16 AR 15.223; Henry Golden Boy .22; Marlin Mod. .410 Ga.; SpringďŹ eld P-9 9mmâ€™s; (2) Chiappa 1911 .22; Savage 12 Ga. Semi-Auto; Taurus 9mm; Savage 22 Pump and many more. Ammo, Knives & Misc. Large Assortment of Ammo; NRA Commemorative Bowie Knife; Misc. Magazines; (2) AR 15 Lower Receivers; Short Barrel for CAR-15; Remington bullet knives 83â€™-89â€™; Remington Collector Mugs & Tins w/ammo; Laser Range Finder and much more with consignments still coming in. We have received our FFL license and we will be conducting a consignment gun auction with live and online bidding. Now accepting quality gun consignments as well as ammo, bows and reloading equipment. This will be an FFL regulated sale, with photo ID required and FFL forms being ďŹ lled out. Doors will open at 3:00 PM. For Questions or To Consign Contact: Derrick Kandel, 330-231-4524 Cliff Sprang, 330-464-5155 *Ammunition & Misc. will start at 5:00 and guns will follow at 6:00 PM *For a complete catalog visit www.kaufman-auctions.com or call 330.852.4111 *Guns will be available to bid online at www.kaufman-auctions.com or www.proxibid.com
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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
The Holmes County Hub Shopper
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We’ll Fit Your Lifestyle
College Hills Honda
Locally Owned and Operated
$0 Security Deposit Leases
Just Announced! 0.9% FINANCING UP TO 60 MOS.
2014 Civic Sedan LX 36 Month Lease
total due at signing
36 Month Lease
Best Value One Pay Lease – 2 Year Test Drive
24 Month Lease
All Taxes and Fees Included
2014 CR-V AWD LX
2014 Accord Sedan LX
total due at signing
36 Month Lease
Best Value One Pay Lease – 2 Year Test Drive
24 Month Lease
All Taxes and Fees Included
total due at signing
Best Value One Pay Lease – 2 Year Test Drive
24 Month Lease
All Taxes and Fees Included
“Special Finance Rates”
APR for 24-36 months
APR for 24-36 months
APR for 24-36 months
APR for 24-60 months
APR for 24-36 months
2014 Accord Coupe Special APR
2014 Accord Sedan Special APR
2014 Civic Sedan Special APR
2014 CR-V Special APR
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
0.9% APR for 24-36 months or 1.9% APR for 37-60 months
0.9% APR for 24-60 months
0.9% APR for 24-36 months or 1.9% APR for 37-60 months
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.
We’ll Fit Your Lifestyle
College Hills Honda Used Cars www.collegehillshondacars.com
2010 Crosstour EXL AWD
2011 Odyssey EX
WE BUY USED CARS
2002 Camry XLE
2011 Crosstour EXL AWD
2012 CRV EXL AWD
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.
2011 CR-V LX
2012 Accord EXL V6 Cpe
2007 Ford Fusion SEL
2010 Jetta Sport TDi
2011 Equinox LT
2011 Accord LX
2011 Fit Sport
WE BUY USED CARS EVEN IF YOU DON’T BUY OURS
2003 Taurus SEL
2011 Accord SE
Other Select Used Cars
EVEN IF YOU DON’T BUY OURS
2012 Civic LX
We Specialize in the Sale of Honda Factory Certiﬁed Used Cars Exclusive in Wooster
2009 Impala LS
2002 Toyota Tacoma
WE BUY USED CARS $ P7741A
2010 Escape XLT
EVEN IF YOU DON’T BUY OURS
Mon. - Thurs. 9:00 - 8:00; Fri. 9:00 - 6:00 Saturday 9:00 - 5:00
Mon. thru Fri. 8:00 - 6:00 Saturday 8:00 - 2:00
Mon. thru Fri. 8:00 - 6:00 Saturday 8:00 - 2:00
ONE STOP SERVICE FACILITY
COMPLETE AUTO DETAILING www.collegehillshonda.com
2004 Liberty Sport
2011 Sorento LX
PARTS If it’s not a Genuine Honda part, it shouldn’t be part of your Honda. Right Part. Right Fit. Right Now.
4600 Cleveland Rd., Wooster, OH 44691
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The Holmes County Hub Shopper
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CHUCK NICHOLSON 1-800-803-8209 TOLL FREE • 330-674-4015
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Holmes County Hub Shopper covers news and events in and around Holmes County, Ohio. This week's cover story looks ahead to Saturday's 10th a...
Published on May 8, 2014
Holmes County Hub Shopper covers news and events in and around Holmes County, Ohio. This week's cover story looks ahead to Saturday's 10th a...