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Strawberries, homemade ice cream Homestead Furniture shows appreciation to community, visitors, June 14-16

By KELLEY MOHR Staff Writer Homestead Furniture will hold its 12th annual Strawberry Festival on June 14, 15 and 16. The festival is an opportunity to get together with customers, community members and friends to say thank you with some of the best treats the season has to offer, said Manager Todd Make Reese. “We make homemade reservations strawberry pie and today for Down homemade vanilla ice cream and hand it out for on the Farm free,” he said. “We do it Down on the Farm at to usher in the summer, Steel Dairy Farm and to celebrate our whole Cookhouse, 2700 Steel heritage here and as an Road, N.W., Dover, will excuse to eat yummy be held Thursday, June food.” 14, from 5-7:30 p.m. The festival also serves The event is co-sponKelley Mohr photo/ as a social event, said rantasy, Warand sored byBethe Tuscarag AidReese, rin Homestead Furniture will hold its 12th annual Strawberry Festival on June 14, 15 and 16, as an a way to ea H st s a’ ic er Am was County Chamber of nwshow e! their appreciation opportunity to say thanks to its customers, community members and friends. natio toidthose rvice Commerce, Tuscarawith sethe in the communiwas County Farm Bureau ice &who visit furniture. Made in- have that many pies pre- Furniture continuously ing that last year, the ty andSe torvthose house, the festival’s leg- made,” said Reese. “Last churn ice cream, bake store had more than 3,000 and Steel Dairy Farm and the store from rra ng Aid Wa pantyir, afar. Re endary strawberry pies year, we made 350 pies pies, whip cream and people come through the Cookhouse. America’s Best Heari nw The festival is held at ! ide vice natio and vanilla ice cream and 150 gallons of ice hand it out to anyone door in three days. “We with ser Take the family and Homestead Furniture, nie ng & s& ClSereavicfurniture cream and year we’d who walks through the have a lot of people who enjoy an old-fashioned an Amish store are homemade in every es tothis vicgo deto airtments Rep sense 450 pies and doors. current hearinglike come locally, they know ur word. barbecue with burgers * knownAd jus de inofyothe for its large selec- Tra “We say homemade 200 gallons yo ur of ice cream.” “It’s fun, it’s not some- about it and stop in and and strawberry shortof ngs & crafted % 50 tion ofCleani finely to up e iv d re ce we are mak- Throughout the day, thing you can get everyan * because nts of justme ly Adpp hardwood, upholstered Su new at Homestead where,” said Reese, not- See Pg. 2 — HOMESTEAD f apeople ice ofthe se pr ing it here can’t purc— haYou See Pg. 3 — CALENDAR and custom of sdesigned original ttelyrie Supp Ba vices! Batteries set of digital hearing de



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we’ve always had the ice cream machine. The seasonal idea just makes perfect sense.” The store also holds an Apple Crisp Festival in October. Besides offering homemade strawberry pie and ice cream, Homestead Furniture will hold specials and sales. These include a 5 percent discount on hardwood furniture, a 10 percent 8439 TR 527 • Shreve, OH 44676 330-567-2569 Mon., Tue., Thur., Fri., 8:30 - 5:30 Wed., 8:30 - 7:00 Sat. 8:30 - 4:00

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Breakfast to benefit Vincent Lane A benefit pancake and sausage breakfast will be held June 9, 7 a.m.-noon, to benefit Vincent Lane. There will be a raffle at noon and a bake sale. The event will be held at Fairlawn Mennonite Church, 8520 Emerson Road, Apple Creek. For more information call Judy at 330-464-4905 or Lisa at 330-465-3466. An account has been set up for donations at any PNC Bank.

Donations accepted for benefit garage sale Donations are being accepted at the fire house on June 9 and June 16 from 9 a.m.-noon for a benefit garage sale for Prairie Township Fire Auxiliary. To make other arrangements contact Miriam Gingerich, 330-473-7475, or Mary Troyer, 330-2314877. Clothing, household items, furniture, etc., are

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cake with ice cream. The Dover High Steel Drum Band will be featured. Watch the dairy at work milking cows, pet the dairy calves and visit the sugarhouse where maple syrup is made. Door prizes will be awarded by area businesses. Reservations for the event can be made by calling the Tuscarawas County Chamber of Commerce at 330-3434474 today ( June 7.) Cost is $10 per family. The farm is located at the base of St. Joe’s Cemetery on state Route 39 just west of Dover.

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Calendar (Continued From Page 3) public, on Tuesday, June 12 and again on Tuesday, June 19, at 7 p.m. at the Richland Township Office in Glenmont, to discuss putting Township Road 33 between the Hawkins and Patterson residences on a nonmaintained status.

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free at 877-289-5411 or Huckabee is the host of “Huckabee” on the Fox News Channel. He is the author of nine books, including “A Simple Government,” which is on the New York Times Bestseller list. Huckabee, 55, is an avid musician and is bass player in his rock-n-roll band, Capitol Offense, which has opened for artists such as Willie Nelson and the Charlie Daniels Band, and has played the House of Blues in New Orleans, the Red Rocks Amphitheater in Denver and for two presidential inauguration balls and at two Republican National Conventions.

Berlin High School Reunion is July 21 The Berlin High School Reunion will be held July 21, 1:30 p.m., at Carpenter’s Café, located inside Keim Lumber, state Route 557 in Charm. The facility is handicapped accessible. Lunch will be served for $8 per person. Anyone planning to attend should contact Carol Alberts, 330-8932373- Winifred Huprich, 330-893-2123; or Faun Brand, 330-893-2103.

Voter registration deadline is July 9 July 9 is the deadline to register to vote in the Aug. 7 special election. The deadline includes any change of name or address. Residents can register at the Holmes County Board of Elections, Clinton Street Office Building, 75 E. Clinton St., Suite 108. The Board of Elections office is open weekdays from 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Registration forms are available at the Bureau of Motor Vehicles or at the Holmes County District Public Library. Forms may be printed from the website. Completed registration forms must reach the board office or designated agency by the deadline. For more information call 330-674-5921. The Aug. 7 ballot issue is an additional 3.77-mill tax issue for the East Holmes Local School District.

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Church Church briefs ‘Parking Lot Jam’ scheduled for Saturday

out. The menu includes hamburgers, hot dogs, sloppy joes, coleslaw, chips and ice cream. Cold drinks will also be New Creation Fellow- provided. ship of Kidron is sponsorThe event will begin at 3 ing an evening of food, p.m. and will take place, rain fun, music and entertain- or shine, at Riceland Flowment for the whole fam- care located at 875 Kidron ily. The theme, “Come Road — one-half mile Hungry,” is based on Isa- south of U.S. Route 30. iah 55. Take your own lawn The purpose of the chairs and come for an event is to make Christ evening of relaxing fun. known in the commu- All events and food are nity. There will also be free of charge. For more activities for children information contact Ken and adults including Wengerd at 330-231hair feathers, face paint- 3761 or email info@n-cing, manicures, a bouncy house, and a carnival tent with balloon animals and Joyfulaires other games. Several local artists to perform will provide entertainment: Liberated, a coun- Saturday try, bluegrass, and ChrisThe Joyfulaires will tian group, will perform be in concert at Gosat 3:30. Tom Duplain, a pel Hill Ministry, 27610 Christian illusionist, will Township Road 45, entertain at 6 and L.I.V.e Warsaw on Saturday, AMPtD, a praise and June 9 at 7 p.m. Take worship band, will per- a lawn chair. The sing form at 7 p.m.. will move inside in case Food will be avail- of bad weather. Call able from 4-8:00 p.m. 740-824-3300 for more or until supplies run information.

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have suffered the loss of a child or grandchild. The group is open to anyone in the area who is dealing with the loss of a child. A benefit pancake and For more information call sausage breakfast will be the church office at 330held June 9, 7 a.m.-noon, 567-2320. to benefit Vincent Lane. There will be a raffle at noon and a bake sale. Dixie Melody The event will be held Boys to be in at Fairlawn Mennonite Church, 8520 Emerson concert Road, Apple Creek. For The Dixie Melody Boys, more information call a popular Gospel quartet, Judy at 330-464-4905 or will be featured at the Lisa at 330-465-3466. An Amish Door Restaurant account has been set up in Wilmot on June 28, for donations at any PNC beginning at 7 p.m. Bank. Since organizing over five decades ago, The Dixie Melody Boys have Caring friends enjoyed much success, to meet including a Grammy The Caring Friends grief nomination and numershare and support group ous Fan Award nominafor parents and grand- tions from The Singing parents who have lost News Magazine, Southern children, and adult sib- Gospel Music’s leading lings, will meet on Tues- fan and trade publication. This exciting musiday, June 12, from 6-7:30 p.m. at Ripley Church of cal event promises to be Christ at 12298 County enjoyable for the entire Road 330, Big Prairie. The family. To obtain addipurpose of the group is to tional information, call provide support, comfort, 330-359-5464 or visit and hope to those who

New pastor joins Berlin Christian Fellowship Pastor Bill Miller has joined the staff of Berlin Christian Fellowship. He and his family moved to Holmes County from Florida where he was a pastor for the last 14 years. Before going into full-time ministry, he worked in the computer field for 18 years. “I’m glad I worked in the business world before becoming a pastor. It’s given me an appreciation for the hard work regular people perform every day, and the challenges they face.” Pastor Bill, as he likes being called, grew up in Ohio and graduated from The Ohio State University. Later, he received his master’s degree from Trinity Evangelical Divinity School. His father was a professor at Ohio University in Athens, his mother was a prison psychologist. His wife, Jayme, is an accomplished dancer and choreographer. She

Community Our summer to-do list keeps growing Traditions are nothing to scoff at. They are difficult to create and impossible to keep, but in my line of parenting work, having them actually makes my job easier. If I could, I’d schedule a tradition for every day of the year so that we wouldn’t have to wonder what to do that day, or we would have an excuse for not having to do things we don’t want to do. “Oh, sorry we can’t make it on Saturday. It’s the second Saturday since the full moon and we have to wash our dog and eat spaghetti. It’s just tradition.” Starting new traditions is a trial and error process, and I can always tell which ones will stick based on whether or not my kids remember them. On the first day of school, each child gets a schulteute, a cone of

paper filled with things for the school year. (They kindly remind me of this German tradition every year, no matter how hard I try to conveniently forget to buy them hand sanitizer, mini-tissues and lip balm.) The end of the year is marked by a different tradition, a kick off to summer that they make sure I remember. The first step in celebrating the last day of school is to play, quite loudly, Alice Cooper’s “School’s Out for Summer” as we drive from the school with the windows down. I

assure you, this is plenty embarrassing and I have a feeling that soon enough they’ll beg to put the windows up and wait until we’re at least out of the parking lot. The second step of our end-of-year day is to sit down after school with a pack of markers and a piece of poster board and construct our very own giant summer to-do list. This is the chance for them to relish the fact that they don’t need to be sitting at a desk every morning bright and early, and daydream about how they want to spend their time off. Once completed, this colorful list hangs somewhere obvious, so we can look at it the very instant someone tells me they are bored, or that there is nothing to do today. This tradition is the best thing since sliced bread, mostly because I

have a wish list of childhood on my wall, written in the finest kid handwriting I’ve ever seen, not to mention a peek into their personalities. My youngest, at age 4, wants to spend her whole summer playing with our neighbors on the slip and slide and on the swing set. My son, the mountain man that he is at age 8, wants to fish, shoot more guns, trap animals, go to a concert, eat foreign foods and jump off the high dive. The oldest daughter, at 10, has big plans. Camping, hiking, campfires, gardening, drive-in movies, learn the flute, catch a jar of fireflies, make mint tea, and celebrate the summer solstice. Because moms get to choose activities too, I got to add a few of my own. I want to make ice See Pg. 7 — LIST

founded Charis Dance School in Columbus. They have four children: James is a church worship leader in Florida; Jordan is a Christian recording artist who has just released her first CD as Jordan Love; Jizelle and Jaylan are attending Hiland High School. “I used to be a church worship leader. My wife is a dancer and choreographer. Both of our daughters sing and dance beautifully. So we have been able to plug right into the arts ministry at BCF. We are very excited to see the arts flourishing in our community. ” When asked about his vision for BCF this year, Pastor Bill said he wanted to see the whole church cared for, trained and released into ministry. “This is a great church full of gifted people. This year we are celebrating our 50th year as a church. With that much love and power, we can change the world.”

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A BOY, Jackson Ross, was born May 7 to Cody MERRILL O. SMITH and Megan Shriver of of Fredericksburg and Statesville, N.C. He resident of Sycamore Run weighed 7 pounds, 12 Nursing Home in Millers- ounces and was 20 inches burg, celebrated his 90th long. birthday on Sunday, June Grandparents are Ross 3. An open house was and Diane Shriver of Big held at his family’s home, Prairie and Gary and Jane 9194 Fredericksburg Homan of Coldwater. Road with family and Great-grandparents are Milfriends invited to cel- lie Shriver of Wooster and ebrate the special occa- Lillian Homan of Coldwater. sion. Cards are welcome.

New arrivals MICAH LAWRENCE was born April 9 at Akron General Hospital to Andrew and Angela Cerniglia of Holmesville. He weighed 7 pounds, 6 ounces and was 19 1/2 inches long. He joins siblings Jude, Noah, Grace and Isaac. Grandparents are Lawrence and Jeanne Cerniglia of Holmesville and Joseph and Dorothy Lackman of Apple Creek. Greatgrandmother is Margaret Novak of Virginia.

Donations needed for Wolf Creek Cemetery Wolf Creek Pleasant Valley Cemetery is now accepting donations to pay for mowing of the cemetery grounds. Any amount appreciated. For more information call Robert L. Croskey, 330-276-3322. Donations may be sent to Croskey at 12049 U.S. 62, Killbuck 44637 or Lilian Duncan, P.O. Box 284 Killbuck 44637.

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

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“All Your Grocery Needs” 330-674-9775

The Pizza Shop

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New & Used Tires Rotation & Repair Brake Service • Batteries

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Thursday, June 7, 2012 — 7

Fabulous ’50s Fling will take visitors back to another era

List (Continued From Page 5) cream in a bag, see baby birds, watch a sunrise, eat an entire meal from our garden, and make paper. Though these are just a sample of what is on our to-do list, you can clearly see we’ve got a busy summer ahead, plenty enough to keep the children busy and their mother thoroughly exhausted, so much that she’s considering adding

an additional to-do item of creating a way to tape her eyelids open and get coffee into her body intravenously. And so it hangs, a colorful list with boxes set and ready to be checked off and extra space for last minute additions. You may all now steal our tradition, and go out and get your own poster board and markers. Let those hazy, not-lazy days of summer roll on out.

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Downtown Sugarcreek is revisiting the 1950s on June 8-9 for the 22nd annual Fabulous ’50s Fling, a festival of cars, live entertainment and ’50s-era food. there will be offerings of Amish fry pies, classic root beer floats, homemade pies and home-

made ice cream. Drinks can be purchased on Beverage Alley. To register a car, go to or register on Broadway Street on the morning of the event.

Reporter Kelley Mohr can be reached at 330674-5676 or

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cruise-in features vehicles from 1980 or older. “Saturday is the big kahunas, as we call it, when we feature big show bands, homemade ’50s food and between 500-600 cars if the sun cooperates,” said Lahm, making the show one of the biggest in the tri-state area. “On a good day, we draw cars from six-seven states.” While cars are the main event, top notch performances will capture the essence of the era that ushered in Elvis, sock hops, poodle skirts and soda fountains, the sounds of doo-wop, Motown and good old rock ’n’ roll will keep visitors jiving throughout the festival,” said Lahm. “These people are fantastic,” he said, “We have the biggest absolute show bands, these aren’t mom and pop bands out of a garage. These are the real McCoy.” This year, featured performers will include The BelAirs at 11:30 and The John Hampu Band at 3:30, a band that “plays the charts exactly how they were written.” Fabulous ’50s food will also be on site. On Saturday, breakfast will be served by the First United Methodist Church, located near the fire station on North Broadway Street, close to the event area. Additional food service opens at 11:30 a.m. A large tent with tables will be provided. On Main Street, pickings include everything from hot dogs and barbecued ribs to gravy burgers and bratwursts with kraut. On Side Street, French fries, chips, onion rings, coleslaw and potato salad can be found, while on Dessert Street,


By KELLEY MOHR Staff Writer Enthusiasts are invited to enjoy cars, music and food in the style of the era at the 22nd annual Fabulous ’50s Fling on June 8-9 in Sugarcreek. Rain or shine, the second weekend in June has repeatedly drawn thousands of people to Sugarcreek for classic cars, live entertainment and affordable food. Ranked by the Cruisin’ Times Magazine as “The Top Downtown Event” for cars in Ohio in 2009, plus finishing second in the same category in 2010 and 2011, this professionally judged show offers something for everyone. Since the first Fabulous ’50s Fling, the event has continued to grow in both size and popularity. “It’s something that’s affordable for people and it’s a clean family fun,” said Sugarcreek Business Association member Dick Lahm, noting the nonprofit event is sponsored by the SBA. “We don’t do this as a money making thing. It’s a family event; we have games for kids and games for adults. We try to have variety here.” That variety includes having not only cars, food and live music, but games for kids and shopping for the ladies, he said. On Friday, vehicles of any age or description can participate in a cruise-in starting at 5 p.m., with the first 100 cars receiving a dash plaque. Special awards made by local craftsman Dave Borter will be given in categories such as Mayor’s Choice, Chief’s Choice and more. On Saturday, the main

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Artists are coming to Walnut Creek Running May 17-June 28, “An Artistic Experience at the Market” will feature the magic of the vendors and affiliates of the Walnut Creek Amish Flea Market. There will be presentations of pho-

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tography, quilting, painting in acrylics and oils, drawings, carving, masks and weavers and many more mediums. Each week two to three artists will be featured. Several of the artists are award-winning in not only Ohio, but nationally. A list of all the featured artists can be found on at

JUNE ENTERTAINMENT Calendar Of Events June 7-9:

Amish Country Quilt Show Buckeye Event Center Dalton, OH (412) 372-8130

June 8:

Hotel Millersburg Courtyard Music 7-10 pm Music - Matt Young

June 8:

Horse Sale Tack at 5:30, Horses at 7:00 Mid States Rodeo 686 Smokey Lane Rd., Sugarcreek (330) 852-2237

June 8:

Music on the Square Holmes County Bluegrass Berlin, Ohio

June 8-9:

Fabulous 50’s Fling Car Show, Sugarcreek

June 8-9:

Mt. Eaton Days Mt. Eaton

June 9:

Ohio Wilderness Boys Camp Open House 10am-3pm Summerfield, Ohio Free Transportation (740)838-4908

June 9:

Professional Rodeo Smokey Lane Stables 686 Smokey Land Rd., Sugarcreek Call for more info (330)204-6012

June 9:

Danville Auction – Haflinger and Draft Pony, Carriage and Tack Sale Tack at 9:00 am followed by pony. (740) 599-6607

June 13:

Any questions, call the market at 330-852-0181.

with current and former Bentonites from days past. Everyone is welcome, but especially those who have any connection to Come home to To be a part of Benton on June 22 Benton. this great night: Corn hole tournament The fourth snnual Benton Days (of the modern — Everett 330-473-7358 Pie baking contest — era) will be held on Friday, June 22, in greater down- Katy 330-763-4774 or town Benton. Junie Schla- Naomi 330-674-2321 Volleyball tournament bach’s famous barbecued chicken will be served — David 330-763-0447 Silent auction proceeds starting at 4:30 p.m. Entertainment will will be donated to Holinclude Salt Creek Inc. mes County Hospice. (bluegrass) starting at 5 p.m. and at 6:15, John Vintage fabric Schmid will perform “A Tribute to Johnny Cash,” as sale starts today A vintage fabric sale well as other country and gospel favorites. Author, Ira will be held June 7-9 in Wagler will be present to Kidron at MCC Connecsign copies of his New York tions Thrift Shop. The fabric is from the Times Bestselling book, 1960s and earlier. It is all “Growing Up Amish.” Also part of the festivities 36 inches wide and most is will be a corn hole tourna- 1-4 yards in length. It will ment, a volleyball tourna- be sold for $8 per yard. Hours are: June 7, 9 ment, a silent auction, a pie auction, homemade a.m.-8 p.m.; June 8, 9 cream and probably 5 p.m.; and June 9, 9 a.m.the most valuable of all — 5 p.m. Call 330-857-7802 for conversations and meetings

more information.

der Over Holmes County main stage on June 30 and bragging rights. A $20 Euchre Party entry fee is required. Public Euchre Card For more information Party, Tuesday, June 26, and to register call 3307 p.m., at St. Luke Com- 674-3955 or pick up a munity Center, Rambo registration form in any Street, Danville, Ohio downtown business. (turn west at traffic light, go one-half � block, Romantic �directly across street from Danville High Moonlight School). Admission is $1; Serenade event at prizes and refreshments.

Thunder Idol competition set for June 29 Historic downtown Millersburg will hold its second annual Thunder Idol competition on June 29 at 6 p.m. on the courthouse lawn. Local judges from all over Holmes County will determine the champion of the vocal competition. Entries are limited to 25 contestants who will vie for cash prizes, an opportunity to perform on the Thun-

The Baltic Area Historical Society Museum will be open 1-5 p.m. on the third Sunday of each month. It is located in the basement of the Baltic State Bank.

All-Singles Dance

Charm Community Garage Sales


Hotel Millersburg Courtyard Music 7-9 pm Mark Lonsinger (3 Faces of the King)

The Wilderness Center, WHBC, Perennial Vineyards, Buehler’s, the Noble Foundation and the Will-Burt Co. are partnering to sponsor a Romantic Moonlight Serenade and Local Food Tasting Event on June 30, from 7-10 p.m. Participants can enjoy music by the Kentland String Ensemble while strolling moonlit and lantern-lit paths, wandering down to Wilderness Lake under a summer moon. Tickets include the concert and two complimentary glasses of wine, beer or soft drinks, and samplings of local foods. The first 200 registered will also receive a complimentary wine glass to use and take home. There will also be an auction of bird feeders the night of the event, created by local artists. To purchase tickets at a cost of $25 per member or $30 for non-members visit or call 1-877-359-5235.

Baltic Area Historical Society

June 15-16: Baltic Trade Days Baltic, OH June 16:

The Wilderness Center


Mount Vernon AllSingles Dance is held the second and fourth Fridays of each month (September through June) at the YMCA, 103 N. Main St. Lessons 7-8 p.m.. Dance 8-11 p.m. All singles 18 and older are welcome. A smoke- and alcohol-free event. For more information, visit kasialexander@

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Thursday, June 7, 2012 — 9

Send Help!

Major effort for minor dip My wife paused in the yard between the garage and back door just long enough to roll her eyes. “Just wait until I’m splashing happily in 30 inches of cool, clear, summertime bliss,” I said. “Then we’ll see how ridiculous this all seems!” Kristin’s gesture was one of skeptical contempt. I’ve seen it many times over the years — typically as a reaction to my creative process. You would think that as an artist — and one who quite regularly creates “artwork” out of found items and, for lack of a better term, trash — she would show a little more respect for my work. She should know better than most folks that sometimes you’ve got to make a large-scale mess to get large-scale results. Still, each year when she first encounters my efforts at “putting up the swimming pool” she strikes the same skeptical pose.

“It just seems like the project is soooo much larger than the pool!” she said as I shot back a steely-eyed glare. Kristin was right, of course — the project was much, much larger than the pool. And despite the fact the pool could actually be “ready to fill in minutes” as stated on the box, my situation brings to it a pair of complicating factors — two dogs that love to swim. A “pop-up” style pool with an inflatable top ring that essentially “floats” the walls up to hold the water in is no match for a single mutt, much less the dynamic doggy duo

of Juni and Ruby. The isolation of pets from the pool is absolutely essential in my set-up. Since our entire backyard is the rightfully claimed domain of our pups for roughly nine months out of every year, I must annually labor to carve out my own little piece of summertime heaven from their territory. An average man with average dogs could most likely accomplish this feat by pounding a handful of fence posts in a circle, pitching the pool in the middle, and turning on the hose to fill ’er up. A less than average man with smarter than average dogs ends up spending hours and hours measuring, sawing, screwing and nailing together an elaborate matrix of found lumber and chicken wire into

what might appear to outsiders as a swimming pool penitentiary. I presume that the irony of placing the pool in a “jail” to keep the interlopers out is one of the problems Kristin has with my process. Nevertheless, it seems to do the job and my creations have stood fast against the best efforts of the canine corps for each of the past several summers.

Even though my work is grossly underappreciated by Her Highness, our children seem to appreciate the effort, and even, dare I say, admire the passion with which I approach the pool project. Sylvia took note of the lumber top-rail I added this year, declaring it, “a great place to hang a towel!” Ben called the automatic gate-shutting device I created out of an old bicycle inner tube “sweet!” But it was Char-

lotte — who paid me the highest compliment of all — stating that this year’s pool enclosure was, “The least ghetto set-up yet!” Few things are better than having your own kids compliment you on a job well done — but one of those things might well be a wife who eventually comes begging to swim in the “prison pool” you’ve worked so hard to erect. It’s barely June; she won’t last a month!

Coshocton Dulcimer Days include regional competition fall Sale


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Saturday June 16th

Large Bargain Table


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HOURS: M-T-W-F 8am-5pm • Sat. 8am-3pm • Thur. & Sat. Closed

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Come visit our Hotel Millersburg Family Friendly Bookstore! 1 mile West of Mt. Hope

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Hours: Monday 8-8 Tuesday - Friday 8-5 Saturday 8-4


& Nature’s Herbs

4427 SR 557, Box 86, Charm, OH 44617 Voice Mail: 330-893-4516

An outdoor Gospel Sing/Church Service will be held on Sunday at 10

*Weather Permitting


330-674-1457 • 35 W. Jackson St., Downtown Millersburg

330-674-0684 Mon-Fri 8-5; Sat. 9-3


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They will perform beginning at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, June 16 at the Roscoe United Methodist Church. Admission is free to the concert but there will be a freewill offering.


Annual Sale

ers including Tish Westman, Tom Connor, Wildwood & Friends, and open stage. The festival concert headliners are dulcimer players Jan Hammond and Mark Alan Wade.


are free. Several music workshops at $15 each will be held throughout the weekend including classes on mountain dulcimer, hammered dulcimer, guitar, banjo, fiddle, penny whistle, auto harp, spoons, mandolin, bowed psaltery, harp and drumming. Workshops will be held in Roscoe Village at the Roscoe Village Visitor Center, JohnsonHumrickhouse Museum and at Central Ohio Technical College Campus in Roscoe Village. Pre-registration for the workshops is available at The Coshocton Dulcimer Days festival includes entertainment from numerous perform-


Coshocton County has played host for the longest running heritage music festival in Ohio — Coshocton Dulcimer Days. It is also the second oldest event of its kind in the United States. This year marks the 38th year for this nationally significant Appalachian musical event, which will be held in Historic Roscoe Village on June 15-17. As part of the festival, the Mid-East Regional Dulcimer Championships are held and winning competitors at Coshocton’s festival go on to compete in the national competition. Visitors to the event will enjoy music vendors, artists’ booths and traditional Appalachian music. Admission and parking

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New tactics win bluegill contest By ART HOLDEN Daily Record Outdoor Editor In the first six years of the Dwayne Coblentz bluegill contest, panfish ants, light line and waxworms were routinely the keys to victory. That, and a long hike into one of the many strip mine ponds in the Woodbury Wildlife Area in Coshocton County. This past weekend, though, the winning anglers tried something new, and walked away with the most and biggest bluegills, as well as most of the prize money. Contest veterans Al Weaver, and his partner Leroy Bowman, the defending champs, once again

brought the heaviest 15 fish to the scale, and also won the prize for the total weight of all fish caught, but it was 18-year-old John Miller of Holmesville who bagged the biggest bluegill of the day. Miller, fishing the contest for the first time, landed a 10 ¼-inch bluegill, but it was pretty much by accident that he caught the winning fish. “I saw some large bass circling in the water and decided to put a bass worm on and try to catch them,” said Miller, who was bank fishing a strip mine pond. “I put on a (Kelly worm), it was brown and orange, and as soon as it hit the water I had a fish.

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John Miller shows off his winning 10 1/4-inch bluegill that won him the biggest fish prize at Saturday’s seventh annual Dwayne Coblentz bluegill contest. Miller actually caught the bluegill on a bass worm.

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Bluegill “The fish were deeper this year,” said Weaver, catching fish and now noting most bluegill I’m thinking about buy- caught Saturday were ing one.” not on beds. “I’d cast Bowman and Weaver’s out and count down. It winning 15-fish weight would sink about a foot was 8.8 pounds, just every two seconds. We two-tenths of a pound were catching them from heavier than former the weed lines on out.” champions Matt Miller Weaver and Bowman’s and Michael Wengerd. 15 fish averaged more a And while the fish were half a pound each, and plenty once again, there their total weight for the weren’t as many big day (new category just ones as in years past. In this year) was a whop2010, the winning weight ping 31 pounds. was 10.4 pounds, and last “We probably threw year an even 9 pounds. another 10 pounds back “I think the ponds are because they were full getting fished out,” said of eggs and they weren’t Wengerd. going to make our big“I saw a lot of people gest 15,” said Bowman. fishing,” said Matt MillThe team of Allen and er. “I think we’re going Jonathan Miller finished to have to find some- second in overall weight where else to fish.” at 24.8 pounds, and also This year Weaver car- had the second-longest ried his winning team, bluegill at 10 1/8 inches. and instead of using Dennis and Leroy Troylive bait, the Fredericks- er had the third-heaviburg angler opted for a est 15-fish weight (8.0), 1/16th-ounce chartreuse while Coblentz, and his glow jig and a black and partner Ivan Troyer, had pink curtly tail. the third-heaviest total “I’ve been catching weight of 21.2 pounds. crappie all spring on “I just love doing this that, so I was pretty sure because it makes me I could also catch blue- take a day and go fish,” gills,” said Weaver. “I said Coblentz. “We love had waxworms with me, opening our shop and but never used a single house for everyone and one. I caught 70 percent it’s fun seeing all these of my fish on a curly guys. tail, and threw an earth “My wife and I hope worm when things got to get enough fish so we slow.” can have a fish fry for Weaver fished out of our youth group.” a belly boat and used Matt Miller and WengBerkley’s new Nano- erd helped that cause Fil 4-pound line, which as they donated their enabled him to cast his catch to Coblentz, who jig and curly tail farther, was more than happy to not to mention feel the clean a few more fish. strikes better because of “I really enjoyed my its sensitivity. day,” said Coblentz. (Continued From Page 13)

By CHRISTINE L. PRATT Staff Writer It’s about a community coming together and the merchants giving thanks for another year of patronage. The annual Mount Hope Sundown Sales are June 15. They start as early as 7 a.m., with the opening of some of the local businesses, like Mount Hope Hardware, according to store manager, John Steiner, who said the day’s events don’t wind down until well after 8 p.m. The Sundown Sales are sponsored by the Mount Hope Merchant’s Association, made up of a majority of businesses in the Mount Hope area. The annual event typically is held in July, but because of scheduling conflicts this year it was moved into June, said Steiner, adding, “It is

probably the biggest single event in Mount Hope annually involving all of the businesses.” “We all run specials all day long, and in the evening the Merchant’s Association sponsors a chicken barbecue meal,” he said. The meal, which is served from 5-8 p.m. (takeout is available after 2 p.m.) is held at the Mount Hope Auction grounds, where also there is live entertainment and a variety of activities, to include a bungee jump and a bounce house. Entertainment — Liberated for Him and other local groups — will take the stage 6-8 p.m. “It is a customer appreciation event, something that started a couple dozen years ago,” said Kurt Stutzman of Killbuck Savings Bank, noting the “sundown sales” name came to be “because stores were open later that night and

door prizes were given away. “Over the years it evolved into a carnival, and the barbecue chicken dinners and grand prize were added,” he said. As in the past, each business will draw names of winners for prizes from tickets submitted by shoppers in their stores during the day. The last drawings will be for the grand prize and second prize, which will be for shopping sprees worth $1,000 and $500, respectively, in Mount Hope. “It is a customer appreciation for the locals, but also for friends and family from out of town. They can sign up for pretty good prizes, and we have some good entertainment,” said Stutzman. “In Mount Hope, specifically, there are a lot of events at the auction grounds, but for us this is an appreciation event,

and there are thousands of prizes, and this is mainly a way to say thank you back for the local patronage. Every town has homecomings, and this certainly is one for Mount Hope,” Stutzman said, adding it’s also a way to annually count on visiting with neighbors. A portion of the meal proceeds go back into the community, through a local church youth group that uses the money to provide help for families in need, he said. “It’s a community event that’s evolved into being a large draw,” said Steiner. “It’s one day all the merchants go together and put our best foot forward as appreciation for community.” Reporter Christine L. Pratt can be reached at 330-674-5676 or by email at


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Get in on bidding to support Holmes Trail By KELLEY MOHR Staff Writer Featuring unique items, homemade food and a true Amish Country experience, the eighth annual Holmes County Rails-to-Trails Coalition Benefit Auction will be held on June 8-9 at the Millersburg Depot/Hipp Station. While spending an eventful weekend eating, bidding and playing alongside the trail, community members are encouraged to make an investment in Holmes County’s unique 15-mile non-motorized transportation and recreation corridor, the Holmes County Trail. All proceeds benefit the Holmes County Rails-toTrails Coalition, a nonprofit organization dedicated to maintaining and developing the trail as a community treasure. “This auction fundraiser, plus the private donations we receive from local individuals throughout the year, really support the trail, help keep it open year round and help make it accessible,” said Holmes County Park District Director Jen Halverson. The dollars will fund maintenance work that includes everything from mowing, leaf blowing, snow removal and the

patching of horse lanes to the installment of new stop signs, the removal of bollards and the repair of bridges, she said. Friday night activities will include youth volleyball and a cornhole tournament held at the fairgrounds. At the depot, an auction open house will be held from 4-9 p.m. “We set up a ton of volleyball nets and it’s open for anybody and everybody to come in and play volleyball or get into cornhole,” said Halverson. “We’ll also have all the auction items set up Friday night so if people want to check everything out, to know what we've got and get familiar with different items so they can make their game plan, so to speak, for Saturday.” On Saturday, early birds can have breakfast on the trail beginning at 7 a.m., just in time for the Road Apple 5k and Fun Fitness Walk at 7:15 a.m. The race will be held on the trail, starting and finishing at the depot. “The Road Apple 5k is a timed race with medals and we do a fun fitness walk as well, which is an un-timed, fun way people can come out and support the trail also,” said Halverson. Lunch, made by members of the Amish com-


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niture and open buggies category will be sold at 10:30 a.m. Among other items, the category features bicycles, a buggy with LED lights and hydraulic brakes and a 6-year-old standard-bred horse, along with a Play Mor Swing Set, A Hustler Walk-Behind Mower with a 48-inch deck, a Toro Model 20199 with a 30-inch deck and more. At noon, Auction Highlights will go to bid. The special items include a locally crafted grandfather clock made from curly maple, Holmes County Trail commemorative items, a maple chest, and at 12:30 p.m., bidding will open on a 16-foot by 24-foot log cabin. See Pg. 18 — TRAIL

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Library programs Programs and events at the Holmes County District Public Library include: — Adult movie matinee, June 9, 1 p.m., Central branch of the Holmes County District Public Library. The free showing will include the movie adaptation of Janet Evanovich’s bestselling novel featuring bounty hunter Stephanie Plum. — Adult movie matinee, June 16, 1 p.m., Central branch of the Holmes County District Public

Library. The free showing mals. Family program. will be the movie about a East Branch Children’s Victorian detective star- Summer Reading Proring Robert Downey Jr. gram Schedule — Join the and Jude Law. fun Mondays, June 4-July Central Library Chil- 9 at 11 a.m. for a series of dren’s Summer Reading programs aimed at sumPrograms — Join the fun mer reading. Registration on Wednesdays, through for storytime sessions is July 11 at 11 am for this required. Call 330-893series of programs aimed 3464 for more information. at summer reading. RegJune 11 at 11 a.m. — istration is not required. Dinosaur Dreams StoryCall 330-674-5972Ext. 211 time ages 2-kindergarten for more information. will have fun listening to June 13 at 11 a.m., Mark stories, singing songs and Wade, ventriloquist. Join making crafts.. Mark and friends as Make and Take Crafts — they unveil the “Dream School-age kids will creMachine” to spark imagi- ate make and take crafts. nations to read. Ventrilo- Registration is required. quism, audience particiJune 18 at 11 a.m. — pation, and lots of laughs. Night Shivers Storytime June 20 at 11 a.m., — ages 2-kindergarten Dream Big with Musi- will have fun listening to cal Mark. Join in music, stories, singing songs and Monday — Wes Bow- laughter, sing-a-longs and making crafts related to man, County Road 200, interactive participation this year’s summer read12:30-1:15 p.m.; Wines- based on nocturnal ani- ing program theme. burg Public, 2-6:30 p.m. Tuesday — M. Raber, "I placed the County Road 229, 12:30- Clean•Clear•BlUeTM in my 1:30 p.m.; Jerry Miller, pond yesterday, and today my Township Road 606, boys and I were swimming in 2-2:45 p.m.; Mount Hope what I though was a pond that Post Office, 3-5 p.m.; was unsafe to swim in, just a day ago. The person I talked to from Hiland Bike 6-7 p.m. company was so helpful, he Wednesday — Shady your explained everything about this Hollow School 9:30-11 great product. I am so happy that a.m.; Pleasant Hill School, we can use our pond again. It was 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.; the best money I have ever spent.” Ashery Equity, 12:45-1:45 L. Hults, Jefferson, New York, p.m.; Nature’s Food Mar- 08.20.09 ket 3-6 p.m. Thursday — Atlee Yoder, County Road 70, 9:30-10:15 a.m.; Edna Raber, County Road 70, 10:30-11:15 a.m.; Walnut Hills Nursing, 12:15-1:30 p.m.; Robert Troyers, Trail, state Route 515, 12:30-1:15 p.m.; Walnut Hills Retirement, 1:402:20 p.m.; P&G IGA, Killbuck, 3-6 p.m. "I have tried many applications over the past few years but Friday — Sunset View I could not get the desired make my investment School, 9-9:45 a.m.; look great. Now, everyone thinks I spent hours getting my Henry Yoder, Township pond to look so good. A gallon of pureBACTERIA did the trick in a short time. Now, that’s one less item I have to worry Road 362, 10-10:45 a.m.; about!” J. Plaistek, Clarkston, Michigan 05.24.09 Bowman Harness, County Road 77, 11 a.m.-noon; Stephen Miller, Township BOWMAN’S DRIVE THRU FEED LLC Road 606, 1-1:45 p.m.; Specializing in Pet Foods, Softener Salts, Bagged Mulch, Lawn Furniture & More! Bowman Tractor, County 9451 E. Lincoln Way East • Orrville • 330-683-2797 Mon.- Fri. 8am-6pm; Sat. 8am-3pm Road 235, 2-3 p.m.

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Berlin Lions to hold next chicken barbecue Saturday The next Berlin Lions Chicken Barbecue is Saturday, June 9, beside Berlin Grade School. The Lions will be selling their mouthwatering chicken in Berlin on the second Saturday of each month and in Charm on the fourth Saturday of each month, throughout the summer. The Berlin Lions will be hosting their first summer event on Thursday, June 23 at Berlin Community Park from 2-8 p.m. Bluegrass music will be featured by Salt Creek Inc., Frosty Morning and Chestnut Ridge. Hot dogs and pulled pork sandwiches, noodles, baked beans, coleslaw, funnel cakes, ice-cream, and more will

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Andy Miller, 74 Andy J.M. Miller, 74, 12896 Nisley Road, Fredericksburg, died early Wednesday morning, May 9, 2012, at Aultman Hospital in Canton, from injuries sustained in an accident at his home. He was born in Millersburg on March 6, 1938, to the late Jonas M. and Mattie A. (Weaver) Miller and married Edna A. Yoder on Oct. 20, 1959. She died Jan. 12, 2003. He then married Clara S. Weaver on June 24, 2004. She survives. He was a member of the Old Order Amish Church. Surviving in addition to his wife, are brothers, Michael J. (Katie) Miller of Dundee and David J.M. (Katie) Miller of Fredericksburg; sisters, Anna

Miller of Millersburg, Ella (Criss) Kauffman of Hillsboro, Susan (Abe) Yoder of Dundee and Fannie J. Miller of Millersburg; and sisters-in-law, Susan Miller of Patriot and Anna Miller of Millersburg. In addition to his first wife, his parents; brothers, Roy J. Miller and Paul Miller; and brothers-in-law, Levi Miller and Roy Yoder, died previously. Funeral services were Friday, May 11 at the Raymond M. Troyer residence, 13070 Nisley Road, with Bishop John J. Miller officiating. Burial was in the Miller Cemetery, Paint Township, Wayne County. Spidell Funeral Home in Mount Eaton, handled arrangements.

Grace Hershberger, 66 Grace E. Hershberger, 66, Massillon, died unexpectedly Friday, May 11, 2012, in the emergency room of Affinity Medical Center. She was born in Knoxville on June 4, 1945, to the late Eli J. and Grace M. (Bridenbaugh) Hershberger and had lived all of her life in this area. She had worked at the former Notnac and was a member of the First United Methodist Church in Massillon. She is survived by siblings, Paul Hershberger, Stryker, Velma (Gene) Feucht, Massillon, and Tim (Gail) Hershberger, Dundee; a sister-in-law,

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Susan Hershberger, Nashport; numerous nieces and nephews; and a special friend, Bill Hall, Navarre. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by brothers, Fred and Robert Hershberger. Following her wishes, cremation has taken place, and a memorial service was held on Tuesday, May 15 at Spidell Funeral Home, 209 Chestnut Street NW, Brewster, with Pastor Jeffery Coggins officiating. Memorial contributions may be made to the First United Methodist Church, 301 Lincoln Way East, Massillon, OH 44646.

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David J. Speelman, 80, of Wooster, passed away Monday, May 7, 2012, at Aultman Hospital in Canton. He was born Nov. 7, 1931, in Holmes County, the son of Daniel H. and Mildred Snyder Speelman, and married Susan Kandel on May 21, 1952. She died Feb. 7, 2007. He was a lifelong farmer. Surviving are children, Ken (Lorna) Speelman, Keith A. Speelman and Kayla (Jim) Roby, all of Wooster; grandchildren, Jessica Speelman, Michael (Gennie Miller) Speelman, Jason (Mary Lisa Mast) Speelman, Jimmy and Suzanne Roby and Adam and Emily Speelman; great-grandchildren, Courtney Hussine, Nathan and Jeannie Blevins, Jett, Logan, Coleson and Blakelee Speelman; a great-granddaughter, Raedyn Hussine; brothers, Donald (Pat) Speelman of Fred-

ericksburg and Robert (Wilma) Speelman, both of Wooster; and sisters, Kathryn Miller and Shirley Clark, both of Wooster. In addition to his wife, David was preceded in death by his parents; a daughter, Karen on Nov. 2, 1969; and a granddaughter, Jennifer Speelman on Oct. 21, 1978. Services were Friday, May 11 at McIntire, Bradham & Sleek Funeral Home, 216 E. Larwill St., Wooster, with the Rev. Kenneth Thomas officiating. Interment was in Salem Mennonite Cemetery.

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Knights come up inches short at state Athletes competed against the best of the best Though they may not realize it just yet, the past weekend was a special time for a very select few athletes from West Holmes and Hiland High Schools. Leaving Columbus short of their ultimate goal of winning a state championship should not take away from these athletes just how fortunate they are to have been able to compete against the best of the best in some of the finest facilities the state has to offer. Huntington Park, home of the Columbus Clippers, the Triple A affiliate of the Cleveland Indians, is a jewel of a ball park. The field was pristine and the stands and environment were perfect for watching a game. Nestled into the arena district of downtown Columbus, Huntington Park is made to look like just another of the brick buildings in the area. It had a very Wrigley Field feel to it, as well as some similarities to Progressive Field. One of the nicest settings for a high school baseball game I could ever imagine. Bill Davis Stadium over at Ohio State is nice, but nothing compared to the home of the Clippers. When you think that this could be the last time some of these kids will ever get to play baseball, finishing their careers in such a beautiful setting will leave memories that should last a lifetime. The same can be said for the track athletes who were competing over at Jesse Owens Stadium at OSU. Nothing but the best for the high school tracksters. It was a bit chaotic at OSU this weekend with See Pg. 24 — LYNCH

By MIKE PLANT Sports Writer In the bottom of the fifth inning of his team’s Div. II state semifinal against West Holmes, Wapakoneta center fielder Caleb Zweibel got laid out by shortstop Josh Apple when the two collided as Apple was catching a pop fly for the third out. In the bottom of the seventh, Zweibel laid out again. This time, it put the Redskins in the state championship game. With the game-tying run on third and two outs, Zweibel raced in and made a diving grab of a liner off the bat of West Holmes’ Keaton Leppla, saving the Redskins’ 3-2 victory Thursday at Huntington Park in Columbus and putting them into Saturday morning’s state championship game against Columbus DeSales. DeSales, the defending champ, blanked Mentor Lake Catholic 3-0 in Thursday’s second semifinal. Leppla, who already had two of his team’s six hits off Wapak ace lefthander

Holmes’ first two batters of the game, when Mason James led off with an infield single and Vayden Wood tripled into the corner in right for a quick 1-0 advantage. But the Redskins, who had runners on in every inning, tied it at 1-1 on a two-out single by Dom Campos in the fourth, took the lead in the fifth on Crawford’s RBI double, and added what proved to be a big insurance run in the sixth when Apple collected his third hit of the game, an infield single off reliever Dillon Baird that scored Campos. With one out in the sevMike Schenk photo/ enth, Knights’ freshman West Holmes coach Kurt McDowell has a talk on the mound with his Levi Jones reached on a pitcher, catcher and infield during last Thursday’s Div. II state semifinal at throwing error by Apple, Huntington Park in Columbus. The Knights, making their first Final Four trip who earlier made two outstanding plays in the since 1966, lost to Wapakoneta 3-2. hole to throw out runJohnny Crawford, had the way to the wall in center, misses it, you never know, ners. Wood then cracked best view of Zweibel’s 400 feet away. maybe we win. But it’s a a double into the gap in great catch that ended “I got the pitch I want- game of inches, and they left-center, putting runWest Holmes’ dream sea- ed and hit it hard, but it were so good defensive- ners on second and third. son at 23-7. As hard as the kept sailing,” the Knights’ ly.” Joey Gonzalez scored ball was hit, Leppla was junior shortstop said. “He Until their last swings, Jones on a groundready to turn on the jets could have played it the the Knights had been out to short, setting up if the ball had gotten past safe way and we’re going kept off the scoreboard Zweibel and rolled all the to extra innings, and if he by Crawford since West See Pg. 24 — KNIGHTS

Lane lowers boom on Hiland’s title plans By AARON DORKSEN Sports Editor Hiland senior pitcher B.J. Miller admitted he didn’t know what, actually make that who, hit him when Cuyahoga Heights senior Austin Lane blasted a three-run homer off him in the first inning of their Div. IV state semifinal baseball game at

Huntington Park Friday night. Miller was well aware of Lane’s power by the top of the seventh, but the Redskins’ 6-foot-5, 240pound pitcher-third baseman took him deep again for a two-run homer. Lane’s pair of longballs and five RBI powered Cuyahoga Heights (24-

4) to a 6-4 win and into tonight’s state title game against Minster. Hiland ended its season at 25-5. “That first at-bat where (Lane) hit the bomb, you could tell at 6-foot-5 he can probably drive the ball, but I didn’t know,” said Miller, who fell to 6-1 after striking out three, walking three and

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The Hiland baseball team stands for the National Anthem prior to their Div. IV State semifinal game against Cuyahoga Heights last Friday at Huntington Park in Columbus. The Hawks, who were making their third Final Four appearance, lost to the Redskins 6-4.

allowing 10 hits in going the distance. “That was a mistake pitch and at 2-0 I just wanted to get it over — I’m not gonna nibble around. “I didn’t have my best stuff. The second home run, I threw him a 2-0 changeup and I didn’t think he could hit a changeup out.” Lane, who’s being recruited by Xavier and was also a football standout, went 4-for-4 and every hit was a rocket shot. Based on the way he was hitting, and clearing the 325-foot Triple-A Columbus Clippers’ fence in left, it was surprising to learn they were his first homers of the season. “He’s been hitting it hard and had about a .440 batting average, but just the last month he’s really been driving the ball, getting those arms and legs going on that big body,” said Cuyahoga Heights coach Mark Lowther, whose school’s last state trip was in 1976. “That homer in the sixth was huge and almost as huge as the double play he turned on the groudner down the line, third to second (in the fifth). I’m

yelling ‘one, one, one’ and he turned and fired. He’s that good on defense, too.” Despite Lane’s heroics — only one other player hit a home run in the eight semifinal games in four divisions — Hiland played well enough to bring the potential tying run to the plate in the bottom of the seventh. Hawks rightfielder Grant Troyer, one of the 10 seniors on the team, doubled down the right field line with one out in his team’s final atbat. After Luke Burch grounded out, Miller blooped a single to left to score Troyer and make it 6-4. Dylan Kaufman, the Hawks’ leading hitter at .435, lined out to left to end the game against lefty Alex Zander (8-1), who notched the win in three innings of relief. “We’re really proud of them,” said Hiland coach Tom Gibson, who directed the Hawks’ last state trip in his first year at the helm when they were runners-up in 2008. “That last inning coming See Pg. 24 — HILAND


(Continued From Page 23) in down three, we thought we can do this, we did it in Miami (Ohio) when we were 15 and 16 (Little League Senior State Tournament). They did not even think they were going to lose this game. “That team beat us. They played a great game. ... There were three plays (with Hiland batting) that could have turned the game and they made all three.” One of the game’s biggest plays came in the bottom of the fifth when Kaufman, a lefty hitter, went the other way with runners on first and second with a hot grounder down the third baseline. Lane, who had struck out three and allowed three runs in four innings on the mound to start the game, had been moved to third when Zander came in. The big third baseman grabbed the ball, stepped on third and fired to second for an unconventional double play. “I can’t bunt (Kaufman) there and he’s a terrible bunter by the way,” Gibson said with a laugh. “He’s our leading hitter. I kept waiting for him to pound that right-field wall, but they threw him away the whole game and he did what he’s supposed to do. He hit it to left.” The night couldn’t have started off better for the

Redskins as Lane jumped on Miller for a moon-shot three-run homer into the left field bleachers with two outs in the first. Miller retired the first two hitters of the game, but Troy Janashak singled to left and Andrew Tesler reached on a high chopper that charging shortstop Kevin Schrock couldn’t make a play on to set the table for Lane. Tesler’s grounder was originally ruled an error, but changed to a hit. Hiland answered back in the bottom of the first with a pair of two-out hits to center field. Kaufman delivered the first RBI to plate Burch, who had singled, and after Kaufman stole second he was knocked in by Schlabach. The Hawks knotted the score at 3-all in the second. Todd Ropp singled with one out, moved up a base when ninth hitter Richie Mast drew the first of two walks and scored after a single to left by Burch and a throwing error from the outfield. That’s the way it would stay until the sixth when Cuyahoga Heights’ Ryan Rosenlieb singled and eventually scored on a passed ball for a 4-3 lead, before Lane’s blast added two huge insurance runs in the seventh. Gibson has no regrets about having Miller go the distance on the mound as he had been the team’s ace all year. “The umpire’s strike zone is about a foot wide

and he makes you bring it up — above the knee, not at the knee,” Gibson said. “It wouldn’t be fair to bring Sheldon (Mullet) in because he hasn’t pitched in probably close to four weeks and Aaron (Weaver) is a low-ball pitcher and he’d struggle with that guy. “B.J.’s a bulldog and he said, ‘I want the ball.’ I’ve trusted him this long, what am I gonna do? I can’t just say, ‘You’re outta there.’” Burch and Miller led the Hawks with two hits apiece, while Troyer’s double was their lone extra-base hit. “It was disappointing that it ended here, but I’m glad we made it to state,” Troyer said. “It was a lot better than ending it sooner.” Gibson was already looking at the big picture after the game, saying he wanted to focus on the overall achievements of a group that advanced to numerous state, regional and even national tournaments coming up through the ranks. “It’s just a fantastic group of kids,” Gibson said. “They’re all dejected, but in a half hour they’ll be having fun, grabbing each other, doing the stuff kids do. “Right now it’s a tough one because this team really could have won state. We just had a tough game, hit the ball hard right at them and that’s baseball.”

Knights (Continued From Page 23) Zweibel’s game-saving snag of Leppla’s liner. “They made every play they needed to make,” West Holmes coach Kurt McDowell said. “That’s probably the best defensive team we’d seen this year. Their shortstop took two or three hits away from us, their center fielder threw a guy out at third, and he made a helluva catch at the end. “I don’t believe we lost this game — they won it. They made the plays they had to make.” Ironically, the Redskins (25-5) made the game’s three errors, including one by Apple in the sixth when he failed to hold on to a throw from first baseman Brandon Miller, who was trying to force out Leppla on a grounder by Snyder. But with runners on first and second and nobody out, Cody Dial hit a long fly to center. Zweibel made the catch, threw it in to Apple, and the shortstop rifled the ball to third to get pinch runner Clay Stutzman by plenty. That out hurt even more when the next hitter, Baird, singled to right. Baird went to second when Wapak tried to

The Holmes County Shopper News throw Snyder out at third, but Apple ranged into the hole, straightened up, and gunned out Levi Jones on a groundout to end the inning. The Knights may have been flawless in the field, but not on the bases. Wood got caught rounding third too far on his first-inning triple, a mistake McDowell blamed on himself, and there was the critical double-play flyout in the sixth. With no outs, McDowell planned on having Dial sacrifice the runners over, but wanted to give his senior — second on the team in batting at .397 — one swing. Dial hit it well, but Zweibel had plenty of room in center to run it down. “We’ve been doing that all year, making things happen by being aggressive running the bases,” McDowell said. “Yes, we’ve been thrown out a few times, but we’ve made more things happen by doing that, than we have had kids thrown out. I wouldn’t hesitate to do it again. “It took a good catch and throw, and it took a whale of a relay throw.” The battle within the battle was between pitchers Crawford and Snyder, who both came in with 9-0 records and ERAs under 1.00. Crawford had

allowed only one run in his last seven-plus games, and gave up six hits and three walks, striking out five with his fastball that reached 87 miles-perhour. Snyder had runners on in every inning, scattering 10 hits over 5 2-3 innings of four-strikeout, no-walk pitching. Baird finished, fanning one and walking one in his stint, allowing the one infield hit that plated a run. “Gabe battled well out there,” McDowell said. “I thought his curveball was really working well. He pitched like he has done. He pitched well. “After the third time through the order, I felt it was time for a change. They started getting some good strokes on the ball and had a few of drop-in tweeners.” While Wood and Leppla combined for four of the Knights’ six hits, four Redskins had multi-hit games, with Apple going 3-for-3. “We showed we deserved to be here,” said McDowell, who will welcome back both of his star pitchers, Snyder and Baird, as well as Wood and team RBI leader Leppla as seniors next season. Dial, Gonzalez, James and DH Parker Herman all played their last games as Knights.

as always, even despite Mother Nature’s attempt to spoil the party with rain and cooler temperatures. Of all the West Holmes kids competing in Columbus this weekend, junior Grant Hay and

senior Nichole Peterman were the only Knights to earn All-Ohio honors, each with an eighth-place showing, Hay in the pole vault (13-6) on a wet and dreary Friday morning, and Peterman with an eighth-place finish in the 800-meter run (2:20.72). Peterman and pole vaulter Amy Boyd were the lone seniors competing for the Knights, so the future looks very bright for the West Holmes girls program. Junior Kendra Martin (4x200), sophomores Carly Woodruff (4x200, 200 and 100 hurdles), Paiten Strother (long jump, 4x200) and Elise Neville (4x200) give coach Rich Patterson a solid nucleus around which to build. Hiland’s 10 seniors on their baseball team, the four West Holmes baseball seniors and the two track seniors finished their outstanding athletic careers right where they should have, competing among the best high school athletes in the state of Ohio.

Lynch (Continued From Page 23) graduation ceremonies going on at the Schottenstein Center and the track meet going on a few hundred yards north at Jesse Owens, but things went smoothly

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Sign & Drive Lease 2012$0MAZDA3I DOWN 239x42mo.x42K*** Sport w/$999 DOWN ***With approved Mazda Capitol Credit. Closed end lease w/$300 disposition fee. Excess mileage fee of .15 ***With approved Mazda Capitol Credit. Closed end lease w/$300 disposition fee. Excess mileage fee of .15 additional mile tax and fees are due at signing. See sales for details. †PRICES SUBJECT TO CHANGE THRU MAZDA’S INCENTIVES.

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***With approved Mazda Capitol Credit. Closed end lease w/$300 disposition fee. Excess mileage fee of .15 ***With approved Mazda Capitol Credit. Closed end lease w/$300 disposition fee. Excess mileage fee of .15 additional mile tax and fees are due at signing. See sales for details. †PRICES SUBJECT TO CHANGE THRU MAZDA’S INCENTIVES.

Or Buy for $556x60mo. at 0% w/$999 Down

**740 Beacon w/approved credit 1.9% APR, tax, fees due at signing see sales for detail. Expires 6/18/2012 All sale prices includes rebates and discounts.

35 mpg

**740 Beacon w/approved credit 2.99% APR, tax, fees due at signing see sales for detail.


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2008 Mazda MX5 Retractable Hard Top Miata GT

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With approved Credit 710 Beacon @ 5% APR Unless Noted & Term Listed Next to Payment Plus Tax & Fees. See Sales for Details

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EXPIRES 6-18-2012

MON. & THURS ...................................9-8 TUES., WED .........................................9-7 FRI. .....................................................9-6 SAT ................................................... 9-5



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LEGAL NOTICE BED TAX GRANT PROGRAM Application Available: June 11, 2012 10:00 a.m. Application Due: June 29, 2012 4:00 p.m. The applications will be available on Monday June 11, 2012 at 10:00 a.m. at the Commissioner’s Office. The applications will be due at the Commissioner’s Office on Friday, June 29, 2012 at 4:00 p.m. These dollars shall be spent to improve

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tourism in accordance with that the money was spent on the specified project and the the Ohio Revised Code. results that were hoped for. This will be a non- reim- These records will be kept bursable grant so long as the for state audit purposes to project specified is com- show that the bed tax monies pleted. The time frame to are being spent as required. spend down the funds will be six (6) months. Upon The restriction on the fundaward of the grant and sign- ing request will be no salary ing an agreement, the Com- is to be paid solely by the missioner’s will pay the or- grant. ganization the lump sum of money. The agreement will The Commissioner’s do rebe simply stated as to re- serve the right to make sponsibilities of the organi- changes in the policy as may zation and the county. A be needed. Any questions follow up report will be re- may be directed to the Comquired to the county to show m i s s i o n e r ’ s O f f i c e a t 330-674-0286.

Simmons Auction

In case of a tie, the person or group that has submitted their application the earliest will be the one awarded the grant money.

Location: 13417 Twp Rd 14 Glenmont OH. From SR 520 at the west edge of Glenmont OH take Twp Rd 14 South to auction. Signs posted

Friday June 15, 2012 10:00 AM

Publish Holmes County Hub Publish Holmes County Shopper June 7, 2012

Tractors* Collectibles* Milk Bottles* Tractors & Tools: Farmall Cub w/6 ft. sicklebar; Allis Chalmers 45 WD Tractor, Allis Chalmers Tractor w/bucket; 6 ft. Woods brush hog; 3 pt. post hole digger; fanning mill; platform scale; corn sheller; hay carriers; Lincoln 180 amp welder; hyd. jack; woven wire fence stretcher, log hook; cant hook; com-a-long; 10 ft. aluminum ext. ladder; old lawn mowers; live trap; battery chargers; air compressor; bench grinders; tool boxes; weed eater; shovels; forks; rakes lots of misc. hand tools; large scrap pile. Furniture & Household: Solid oak table w/4 chairs and 2 extra leaves; Hotpoint fridge; Maytag electric glass top stove; GE portable dishwasher; Maytag wringer washer; Kenmore washer; Hotpoint dryer; 3 dressers with mirrors; secretary; victrola record stand; set of 6 chairs; wood bed; old baskets; ornate wood chair from Glenmont Chair; Glenmont photos; painted slate by Sophia Doyle; air conditioner; oil lamps; kerosene heater; card table; cedar chest; blanket chest; canning jars; stemware; pots, pans, pyrex; lots of everyday dishes; sunbeam mixer; flatware; 12 place setting Corelle Ware; ice cream freezer; floral sofa and chairs; cake stands; bedding; Christmas items; cups-saucers. Antiques, Collectibles & Milk Bottles: Millersburg Ohio Star vase crystal; Millersburg Ohio Star toothpick holder crystal; 25 gal. crock, cracked; 1,2,3 gal. crocks; wood glass butter churns; egg baskets; #13 blue jar; large. copper kettle; large iron kettle; Holmes Cty Courthouse bank w/box; Holmes Cty. history books; newer Holmes Cty. coverlet; 1940 Coca Cola tray; crock churn; Gertie the Goose toy w/box; Little Red spinning wheels; childs sewing machine; tin play house; soda fountain set; King Radio box; trunk; high top shoes; ladies hats; bath crystals jar; carbide pedal tractor; old books from 1800’s to early 1900’s; spice set ; candle mold; several old quilts; childs chalk board; primitive childs rocking horse; cream separator; Smiley Pig creamer; childs wood skis; pickle jar w/fork; double barrel shotgun; Daisy BB gun; games; old benches; wood shipping crates; childs wagon; wood pulleys; wood boxes; sleds; apple butter stirrer; kegs; old pictures and frames; Spirit of St. Louis plane decanter; 40 milk bottles in shipping crate; more milk bottles including Sweet Clover, Wooster, Cloverleaf, and Orrville; H.C. Purdy-Howard-O.; Baby Face, J.R. Ashworth, Jeffries beverage Millersburg; round ornate stand; Briar Hill stone planter; lard cans; Berry set; slaw cutters; Pink Depression glass; childrens toys from the 50’s-60’s; Germany, Bavaria China; 1875 cobalt blue powder box Royal Austrian factory Europe; Bavaria sugar and creamer; bird cage; Fenton Baskets. NOTE: More boxes to go through and corners to clean out. Anything could turn up. Interesting auction. TERMS: Cash or good check. Lunch Stand Sale Order: Household and collectibles at 10:00 am followed by tractors at approximately 12 noon. We may sell in 2 rings part of the day. Owner: Herb Simmons

LEGAL COUNTY: HOLMES The following applications and/or verified complaints were received, and the following draft, proposed and final actions were issued, by the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (Ohio EPA) last week. The complete public notice including additional instructions for submitting comments, requesting information or a public hearing, or filing an appeal may be obtained at: http:// or Hearing Clerk, Ohio EPA, 50 W. Town St. P.O. Box 1049, Columbus, Ohio 43216. Ph: 614-644-2129 email:

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FINAL ISSUANCE OF PERMIT TO INSTALL V I L L A G E O F KILLBUCK 9748 N O R T H M A I N STREET K I L L B U C K O H A C T I O N DATE:05/31/2012 FACILITY DESCRIPTION: WASTEWATER IDENTIFICATION NO. : 871378 This final action not preceded by proposed action and is appealable to ERAC. Sanitary Sewer Extension for the Killbuck Water Treatment Plant at 9748 North Main Street FINAL ISSUANCE OF PERMIT-TO-INSTALL AND OPERATE GLENN O. HAWBAKER INC. - PORTABLE AGGREGATE PLANT 12470 ST. RT. 520 G L E N M O N T OH ACTION DATE: 05/24/2012 FACILITY DESCRIPTION: AIR IDENTIFICATION NO. : P0110058 Initial installation of 440 TPH portable aggregate processing plant and associated unpaved roadways and parking areas, and storage piles. General permits have been requested for all sources. MT HOPE FINISHING 8175 STATE ROUTE 241 MILLERSBURG OH ACTION DATE: 05/24/2012 FACILITY DESCRIPTION: AIR IDENTIFICATION NO. : P0110106 Initial Installation and operation PTIO for two natural



all Prices reduced & clearly Marked on Windshields ‘07 Ford Mustang



gas-fired engines: and 142 hp.



Publish Holmes County Hub Publish Holmes County Shopper June 7, 2012

Red, V6, Pony Pkg., 5 Speed, Like “NEW”, only 15K! Local Trade


WANTED STANDING TIMBER and log piles. Hostetler Milling, Ph. 419651-0452 FESTIVAL, WED. June 13, 5pm, Hopewell Church, S.R. 754 S. of Shreve. Full menu, & homemade ice cream.

LEGAL PUBLIC NOTICE 5/31/2012 Issuance of Draft Air Pollution Permit-To-Install

A MILLER DUTCH Kitchen Reunion at the Baltic Park, Sun., July 22, 1-?. Eat at 4:00. Bring a cold dish, all former employees invited. Hot food, tableware & drinks provided. Bring lawn chairs. Planning to attend, please contact: Mary Susan Miller 330-243-4805 or Katie Hershberger 330-897-4006. Respond by June 30. Donations accepted.

WASTEQUIP ACCURATE ROUTE 83 Restaurant OF OHIO 7501 SR 83 Holmesville 903 Massillon Rd. Monday-Sunday 6am-9pm Millersburg, OH 44654 Great Food & Spirits. Breakfast all day! 330-279-3663 Holmes County FACILITY DESC.: Other Metal Container Manufacturing 70 Business Opportunity PERMIT #: P0109731 PERMIT TYPE: Renewal DAILY RECORD PERMIT DESC: FEPTIO Carriers Needed for two misc metal paint MOTOR booths used to coat steel refIf you would like to have your name put use containers. Admin Modiour list of prospective carriers or drivfication to K001. Changing on ers in your area, simply call the circulashort term emission rate tion department at 330-264-1125 ext from lbs/hr to lbs/day to bet- 2257 or 1-800-686-3958, or stop by our ter reflect emissions. Prod- office at 212 E. Liberty St., Wooster. refer to the individual route numucts vary in size and coating Please ber when calling. There is no collecting time, emissions will not in- of money from any of our customers on crease. any of our delivery routes. CALL TODAY!! The Director of the Ohio EnTHE ECONOMY GOT vironmental Protection YOU DOWN? GOOD PART TIME Agency issued the draft per$$$$$ mit above. The permit and FOR PART TIME complete instructions for reHOURS questing information or subDELIVERING THE LOCAL MORNING mitting comments may be NEWSPAPER FOR o b t a i n e d a t : THE DAILY RECORD h t t p : / / e p a . o h i o . g o v/ d a p c /permitsonline.aspx by entering If you would like to have your name put the permit # or: Zorica on our list of prospective carriers or drivD e j a n o v i c , O h i o E P A ers in your area, simply call the circuladepartment at 330-264- 1125 ext DAPC, Northeast District tion 2257 or 1-800-686-3958, or stop by our Office, 2110 East Aurora office at 212 E. Liberty St., Wooster. R o a d , T w i n s b u r g , O H Please refer to the individual route number when calling. There is no collecting 44087. Ph: (330)425-9171 Publish Wooster Daily Record June 7, 2012

ONLINE HOME BUSINESS - Exciting & fun way to earn an income. Rated #1 in plete training program. 866-476-1044.

8 YR old Belgian Gelding. Good broke, willing worker. John Miller 7491 Honeytown Rd. Fredericksburg, OH 44627 330-695-2517


of money from any of our customers on any of our delivery routes. CALL TODAY!!

Tell & Sell Home Business-15 yrs. running. Com-


BUYING JUNK batteries, aluminum, copper, brass, electric motors, farm machinery, appliances, cars, trucks. 330-674-2692 NOTICE: We stock new and used machinery parts, plow parts, hay mower, manure spreader and more. Levi E. Shetler 7932 TR 602 Fredericksburg, OH 44627 Will ship UPS


Position Wanted

WILL HAUL furniture and/or misc. for company or private party -- your truck. Call 330-852-4303, 9am-8pm.

105 General PLUMBING SERVICE TECHNICIAN needed. Experience in construction necessary, some plumbing helpful, clean driving record. Call 330-600-0346. POWER WASHERS -Part time weekend work. Valid drivers license a must. 330-852-7111 LANDSCAPE POSITION available. Driver's Lic. reqr'd. 330-464-6620


see our inventory online

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Trades Welcome • STOP IN TODAY or give us a call for a “GREAT DEAL” on any used Car, Mini Van, SUV or Truck. (330) 852-4111 888-852-4111

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WWW.SWISSAUTOMART.NET Bob Stutzman Sales Quality Used Cars & Trucks Sales & Service 330.852.2312 • 1.800.926.9847

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

Plowing & Custom Hauling with Flat Bed Trailer and Horse Trailer

Eli J. Miller • 330-359-5878 10043225


The Holmes County Shopper News

7135 TR 664 • Dundee, OH 44624 10036408

The Holmes County Shopper News

WANTED- DRIVER, extended cab pickup, or large van to take produce to farmers markets Wed. pm and Saturdays ALL DAY. HELP WANTED: Driver needed for siding crew. Experience a plus, but not necessary. Call Dan at 330-473-7487. PART TIME Experienced Horse Stall cleaners needed, Call (330) 674-2503 Leave message with horse exp. description. WOODWORKER NEEDED for Kitchen cabinet accessory manufacturer. Assembly, shipping, sanding. Century Components 2051 TR 444 Sugarcreek, OH 44681 THE BERLIN HOTEL & SUITES is looking for a full time Front Desk Guest Representative to provide attentive, courteous, friendly and efficient service to all guests prior to arrival and throughout their stay. You will be responsible for all reservation and inquiry calls during your shift. You MUST be able to work flexible shifts and weekends. 5330 County Road 201 Millersburg, OH 44654 Apply in Person No Phone Calls LOCAL LAWN Care & Landscaping Company seeking to fill F/T position. Must have clean driver's lic. & must pass drug test. Call 330-961-1947, lv. msg. with contact info & exp. or email resume to: LOOKING For a young man to join construction crew, no experience necessary. 330-231-2460. WANTED: DISH washers, successful candidates must have a strong work ethic, be on time, and able to work weekends. Great hourly pay plus benefits, FT and PT positions available. Apply in person at The Inn at Honey Run or fax resume to 330-674-2623 Social Services Worker 2 Children Services Holmes County Department of Job and Family Services seeks a Social Services Worker 2 for case management in our Children Services Unit. Excellent pay and benefits package in county employment. Agency requires an acceptable driving record and criminal records check. Minimum qualifications include a bachelor’s degree in human servicesrelated studies. Your completed application form, along with your current resume and cover letter must be received no later than 4:30 p.m. on June 14, 2012. Blank application forms may be obtained at 85 N. Grant Street, Millersburg, Ohio. No phone calls please. Holmes County Department of Job and Family Services 85 N. Grant Street, P.O. Box 72 Millersburg, Ohio 44654 an equal opportunity employer LOOKING FOR a part-time Property Manager for a Rural Development Apt. Complex located in Shreve, Ohio. Must have good people skills. Must be able to pass criminal background check. Fax resume to 937-544-1382; email to: or mail to Majestic Management Co., 60 Alana Drive, West Union, Ohio 45693. WANTED: Driver for work route from Shreve to Apple Creek. Scenic View Lumber, 330-464-7642


Drivers Trucking

CLASS B CDL Driver / delivery. Apply in person. Millersburg Ice Co. 25 S. Grant, Millersburg, OH. Architectural Millwork Designer This position will require a person familiar with the Custom Millwork field; experience is required. Additional abilities include; being able to do a blueprint takeoff; general familiarity with design software; wood specie and characteristic knowledge; an understanding of how to “cost” custom jobs. An overall under-


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standing of custom hardwood and laminate casework applications are necessary. Other abilities would include someone who takes initiative, communicates very well, and is very detail oriented. Please mail resume to: PO Box 91 Winesburg, OH 44690 or fax to: 330-359-0401.

PIANO LESSONS for beginner students in my home. $10/lesson. Lakeville area. (419)994-4201

DRIVERS: $2,500.00 Sign-On Bonus! Top Paying Dedicated Runs! Consistent Freight & Weekly Home-Time. Werner Enterprises: 1-888-567-3109 JOIN MARTEN Transport: Flex fleet opportunities available! Want more hometime & flexibility? Enjoy: 4 days on, 4 days off-or-7 days on, 7 days off with Marten! Excellent pay & benefits! Recent increase on automatic detention pay! Certified top pay carrier! 866-370-4469. CDL-A, 6 mos. exp. req. EEOE/AAP DRIVERS - Class A-CDL OTR 53' vans/no Haz/no NY city. Come join our team, get respect, get miles, get home on weekends. Great pay and benefits. Call 800-315-1882, 8-5 or Jim 330-241-3953. NEED SAFE DRIVER with truck to drive for roofing crew, competitive pay. Call (330) 317-6275.


Elderly Care

I WILL take Experience and 330-390-1024

care of references

elderly. available.

SEWING, ALTERATIONS, and quilting. 330-674-2922 5512 CR 407 Millersburg, OH 44654


Antiques Collectibles

ANTIQUE HORSE drawn high wheel cart made by Rumsey Mfg. Co., Detroit, MI. Complete, wheels very good, great restoration project. V.M. 330-852-2054


Appliances Electronics

FOR SALE: Chest type ice box. Good Condition. 2 singer # 15 sewing machine Heads. In good condition. Hillside Sales, 7812 TR 601, Fredrkbrg., OH. 44627 FOR SALE: D.S. hard coal stove. Good condition. 330-275-5501 Used wood hot water heater. Daniel Hershberger, 5654 CR 407 Millersburg, Ohio 44654 (330) 674-1448. 3 WINDOW AIR conditioners. Good cond. 330-231-7140

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BOYER'S NEW & used appliances: washers, dryers, refrigerators, stoves & freezers. Starting at $100. and up. 740-294-5207.

DELIVERY DRIVERS, 20-30+hrs/wk. Drivers keep all fees and tips. Apple Creek East of Chicago, 690 W. Main Street. 330-698-0555

FOR SALE: 30" gas oven/stove, $350. Also electric fridge 5' 8" with ice maker, $350. 330-852-4548 cell: 330-231-1065


Construction Equipment

'07 JD650J XLT ser#140653 4K hrs, new u/c, winch, and log arch $73,000; '07 Case 850k xl with winch only 800 hrs, $75,000; '06 Case 850K dozer 1600 hrs $64,500; '05 Case 850K LGP with winch 2700 hrs. $67,000; JD550H dozer $30,000; '97 JD450G LC-IV dozer $22,500; '94 Cat D4C-III dozer, $19,000; '04 JD120C excavator with hyd thumb and coupler $54,000; '10 JD35D excavator $32,000; '05 Cat 303 CR mini hoe 2187 hrs $19,500; '04 Komatsu WA180 wheel loader w/ 7K hrs, bucket and log forks $46,000; JD 555G crawler loader $22,500; '89 JD455G crawler loader cab, tooth bucket $19,500; JD 455E with winch $17,500; Case 455C Loader $17,500; '9000 Cat 953 Loader cab, heat, air $17,000; '97 Case 580SL 4x4 cab, extendahoe, 4-in-1 bucket $22,500; JCB 214S Grademaster 4x4 loader landscaper $14,750; Case 450 loader $5000; JD 648E skidder $24,500; '96 Franklin 170 grappie skidder, new rear tires $18,500; JD 640 skidder $17,000; JD 540D Skidder $28,000; 3-JD 440C skidder $116,000 TO $22,000 each; '97 Timberjack 460 skidder dual arch grapple. $40,000; '00 Genie Lift Z60/34 articulated boom $22,500; '94 Moxy MT30S-3 6x6 off road dump $14,500; '71 CAT 613 Self Loading Scraper, 3208 cat engine $8,500. Call Firmen at 330-464-1428 or 330-567-3886. KOMATSU WA180 wheel loader with JRB hydraulic quick coupler & forks. Engine rebuilt, new pins & bushings, good tight machine, $25,000.330-231-2634 FOR RENT: 518 vim 330-893-4012




Located at Rock Ridge School, 1 1/2 mi. east of New Bedford, take S.R. 651 to T.R. 85 to T.R. 231 right, or from Baltic take S.R. 651 west to T.R. 85 to T.R. 231. New Furniture: 56” rustic hick. rolltop desk, 5 pc. brown maple bedroom set, 2 oak china hutches, secretary desk, 42x66 oak table with 3 self storing leaves, and 6 chairs, Michael’s cherry stain oak book cases, LaZBoy reclining couch and recliner, hickory rockers and mag. stand, pine log bed & night stand and 5 drawer chests, coffee table, checkered top table, oak mission child’s rocker, oak chest, brey elm sewing cabinet. Quilts: Broken star, star log cabin, country nine patch, double Irish chain, Trip Around the World, escalating patch work shaded blazing star, plain horse in pasture quilt and quilt top, plain pansy basket, pieced quilt tops (3 lone star deluxe, Ohio star, starburst, spring star tulip), comforters, rugs, wallhangers, etc. Antiques & Collectibles: Tonka toys, (Dozer T6, semi 50th anniversary, dump trucks), Ford (8,000 tractor trailer, 8N tractor NIB, 5000 collector’s Edition NIB, Select O’Matic NIB, Foxfire 901 NIB, Gulf 1918 pickup NIB), Chevy (SS NIB, 57 NIB, 55 camo pickup NIB), Nylint crane, Oliver 70 NIB, pedal fire truck (solid winross Brandly Caldwell NJ, Case 1170 tractor Foxfire NIB, 53 Ford pickup custom NIB, Dodge Airflow NIB, 55 Olds Super 88 convertible NIB, Texaco Doodle Bug NIB, Winross Churchill Downs NIB, Fordson tractor super major NIB, 57in. R-190 truck NIB, Cat 2 ton track tractor NIB, action stock car 2001 NIB, Dale Earnhart #3 boodwrench NIB, large Nylint firetruck with ladder (steel), special edition Ford 8NS with plows NIB, Case Agri King 970 NIB, Farmall F-20 NIB, Farmall H 50th Anniversary with Farmer NIB, IN 600 NIB, weed whackers, pully, crocks, corn planter, saw, granite, silver plated items, saw, oil can. Pony, cart, harness: Yearling paint quarter horse cross filly, 4-year-old brown and white pony mare, new EZ entry pony cart, harness, new Bio driving harness, new double TT saddle. Misc: New vinyl 6 and 8 foot picnic table, 2000 Honda Gen. men and woman; GIANT Cypress bikes from Raber’s Bike Shop, Holz saver wood stove, copper clad wood cookstove, barn siding outhouse, Eco bricks, 90 bags sawdust, BB gun, Craftsman tools (10 inch drillpress, reciprocating saws, circulator saw 119 p.c. tool set), vinyl hot bed. Swing Set: 4 position monkey bar swing set with sand box tower and slide, with a free 20 mile delivery and set up. Nursery items: Flowers, hanging baskets, black rasp. plants. Furniture sells at 10:00. Antiques, collect. at 11:30. Quilts at 1:00. Drawing to win a black and white pony for school age children at the end of quilt sale. Must be present to win. Come and enjoy the day with plenty of good food, bake sale, donuts, fry pies, soft pretzels, and homemade ice cream. For more info contact Owen Shetler • 33434 T.R. 231, Baltic, OH 43804 • PH. 330-897-4308 Aden Raber • 3155 T.R. 182 • Baltic, OH 43804 • PH. 330-897-4901 Auctioneer: Joseph Miller 33066 C.R. 126 Millersburg, OH 44654 PH. 740-622-1752 Assisting Auctioneers Todd Woodruff Atlee Raber Jr. Yoder


Farm Equipment

KRONE 125 round baler. Heston 4 spinner hay tetter. Both in ex. cond. Marvin Coblentz, 330-359-5570. FOR SALE: New Holland 850 round baler. Field ready, in good shape. 330-275-0880 BALE SPEARS Hvy. duty mad to fit universal attaching, $420. Bale twine & wrap available. 5919 TR 363. 330-893-1673 V.M. FOR SALE: I-J two rous cultivation with rolling shelds and hiller disks. call: 330-893-4528 VM


Farm Equipment

FOR SALE: good used buggy. Fiberglass shafts, wooden wheels, glass front. L.E.D. lights, children's seats. $2900 330-893-2397x2, 4992 CR 19 Mbg. JOHN DEERE 446 round baler, 4x4. Good condition. $8900. 330-852-2263 after 5 pm. FOR SALE: Kubota L 2650 tractor. 4x4 with loader, 2250 hours, good condition. $7000 John S. Miller 2305 TR 152 Baltic (330) 893-0303. FOR SALE: 467 Haybine, Good condition. Loren Miller 330-359-6355.

Kisling Real Estate and Chattel Auction Millersburg/Holmesville Area

Location: 6732 TR 323 Millersburg, Ohio 44654. Between Millersburg and Holmesville. From Millersburg take SR 39 ¼ mile west to CR 349 north 1/2 miles to TR 323, continue north aprox. 2 miles to location. From Holmesville take CR 320 west approx. 1½ miles to TR 323 south 1 mile to auction. Signs posted.

Tuesday, June 12, 2012 5:00 p.m.

28 Acre Farm * Good Ranch Home * Barn * 3 – 40’x500’ Broiler Houses * Prairie Twp * Holmes County * Southeast Schools * Open & Wooded Land * Equipment * Household * Excellent Income Producing Property

FOR RENT Takeuchi TB 135 mini excavator. Heat & air conditioning. Different size buckets available. $25. per hour. Day time phone 330-231-5065 or 330-567-2213 ext 1.Duane Raber.

Open House: Thursday May 31, 2012 5:00 – 7:00 p.m. A great income producing property in a superb location and setting. The ranch home was built in 1995 and features on the main floor include a custom oak kitchen with dining area, living room, 4 bedrooms and 2 full baths. The walkout basement is tastefully finished with an oak kitchen/dining area, large family room, 2 additional bedrooms and 1 full bath. 2 car attached garage. Private water and septic. Woodburning and gas heat. A deck on the east side of the house offers a spectacular view. Basement was finished out in 2008. Roof on house is approx. 2 years old. A 20’x48’ pole barn has a few boxstalls and is ideal for a few head of livestock etc. There is a spring fed water supply for livestock. Broiler Houses: 3 – 40’x500’ broiler houses. Currently under contract with Case Farms. Built in 1995 and updated in 2008. A great set of broiler houses that will provide a good income for many years. A 50’x120’ shed is included, has solid poured concrete walls. Currently being used for equipment and sawdust storage. An 80 KW backup generator system with 6 cly. Perkins diesel is included in the sale of the property. The land offers lots of good fenced in pasture as well as a wooded area. Will be sold in 1 parcel. Call Jr. Miller for more details. Taxes are currently $3,235.00 per ½ year and are under CAUV. Parcel #’s are 1700012007, 1700012006, 1700012002, 1700011000 & 1700012000. Real Estate Sells at 6 PM. TERMS ON REAL ESTATE: 10% nonrefundable down payment made day of auction, balance due at closing. No financing contingencies. All information contained herein derived from sources deemed reliable but not warranted. Equipment & Household Equipment: Chandler sawdust/chicken manure spreader; 6’x16’ flatbed tandem axle skid loader trailer; Yamaha 500 VMax snow mobile Tools: Iron Hand wood splitter w/ 8 hp Honda motor; Lincoln AC/DC Arc welder; acetylene cutting torch; 2 ton floor jack; Stihl SE 4-20 backpack fogger; misc. tools Household: Premier propane stove; Whirlpool refrigerator; 2 sofas (1 reclines); drop leaf extension table w/ 10 leaves; chest of drawers; night stand; misc. household. TERMS ON CHATTELS: Cash or good check. Owner: Linda Kisling

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NEW IDEA # 206 ground drive manure spreader. Excellent condition. (330) 359-1113. FARMALL H tractor, excellent condition, $2500/obo; Also, Shafts for a Pioneer Forecart, $150. Tim Hershberger, 330-893-0171 CHANDLER LITTER spreader for rent. Will also spread sawdust evenly in poultry barns. 330-852-3719 or 330-663-3672. For sale: 18 TON brock feed bin. Good condition. 330-204-6091 600-GAL. flat top Mueler bulk tank, $2250, working condition. Noah H. Yoder, 6928 CR 407, Millersburg. 330-674-1000

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CASE IH 5250 4x4 cab, heat, air, $24,500; 8011 Belarus tractor cab, heat, air, nice, $12,500; Case IH 3220 tractor, $7,200; '06 Bobcat S130 skid steer 1570 hrs, $17,250; '05 Case 410 skid steer 805 hrs, $16,750; 5635 Gehl skid steer with tracks $10,500. Call Firmen at 330-464-1428 or 330-567-3886. NO MORE FLAT TIRES. Tube or tubeless. Bicycles, pony carts, trailers, wheel barrow, skid loaders, misc. farm equip. Will install on your premises. 330-763-1070 24 ft New Holland Hay and Grain elevator Massey Ferguson super 90 tractor. 1500 hrs since overhaul. Allen Miller 330-897-0349

3 PT. Poly fertilizer spreader. Brand new, never used. $350. 330-231-2634

FOR RENT: 20 ft. Chicken litter spreader. Self contained hydraulics. 30 in spinners. Can also be used to put saw dust in chicken farms. (330) 359-1127.

FOR SALE: New Idea hay mower. Good cond. Hydraulic motor set up. Daniel Raber, 330-893-4602 V.M.

FOR SALE: Molded poly foot bath for sheep. 2-4 ft sections. Mel R. Miller, 4837 TR 613, Fredericksburg, OH 44627.

JOB FAIR EXPO Attend the “Holmes County Employment Expo” Job Fair on Thursday, June 28, 2012, from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. at The Saint Peters Catholic Center, located at 379 S. Crawford St. Millersburg, OH 44654. An opportunity to connect your skills with an Employer’s needs. Questions? Call the Employment and Training Connection at 800-971-7979 or 330-674-1111.

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FOR SALE: New Holland rakes #56 & #256. Field ready. Junionr Erb, 330-852-2666 NOTICE WILL do custom hay mowing, raking, and baling. wet or dry. 330-301-7928 Case International 8520 square baler, 6 ft. McDeering grainbinder. good condition. Samuel Miller Jr., 5843 CR 68, Millersburg, OH 44654. FOR SALE: New Holland 68 Baler $1000, New Holland 402 Crimper $1000, New Holland 256 hay rake $1200, New Idea 200 P.T.O. Spreader $1800. All equipment is in good condition. Apple Creek 330-698-1778.

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CUSTOM LITTER Spreading, wide even spread pattern. 330-852-3719 or 330-663-3672. HAY SPECIALS on round bale and small squares. Also wheat straw and corn stalks. Wayne Miller Holmesville. 330-763-1070 ATTENTION WILL do custom round baling, hard core or soft core. With knives or without. Wet or dry. Also, mowing, raking hay, small square baling, other field work. Wayne Miller 330-763-1070 FOR SALE: Surrey, in good condition, lights & cable brakes. Roman Yoder 7401 CR 51 Big Prairie, OH 44611

Farm Products Produce WANTED: 500 dry, round bales of certi-


fied good quality dry cow hay, will store. 330-567-9722

BLACK RASPBERRIES, clean patch. You pick, $2.50 lb; We pick, $3.75 lb. CR 318, Shreve. Call for appointment or to order (330) 567-2043.

FOR SALE: Organic ear corn. Allen Miller 330-567-2249

FOR SALE: Hay new first cutting mixed round bales. (330) 852-4369.

Buy your organic beef directly off an organic farm. Steers available now. 330-359-5647 or 740-229-0401.

BEE SUPPLIES Frames, foundation, hive bodies, also available, queens & nuk pkgs. Call ahead. William Miller, 6310 TR 327, Millersburg 330-674-4466

FOR SALE: 4x4 Cut locust posts. Aden H. Yoder, 6570 TR 323, Millersburg, OH 44654. 330-674-2002


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FOR SALE Split seasoned firewood, slab wood & also boom truck loads avaliable. Also hollow cmpfire logs 330 231-8462. WE TRADE firewood for junk. Deliveries available. 330-275-7980


Garage Yard Sales

MULTI Family yard sale. Clothes, hshld items, and benefit bake sale. June 8-9, 9am-5pm. 7726 SR 514, Big Prairie LARGE MULTI Family garage sale. Same day as Benton, June 14-16, 6:30a-? Saturday, most everything half price! Baby and children's clothes, dress shirts, little girls dresses, shoes, lot of remnant pieces, cross bow, western saddle, tack, Little Tikes washer/dryer, chest of drawers, love seat, sewing machine head, Little Tikes changing table, toys, canning jars, violet plant, lots more not listed. Leroy Miller's 6654 TR 331 Millersburg. 330-674-9516 x4 JUNE 8-9 469 N. Railroad Killbuck 9am-? Twin racecar bed, total gym, car seat, home decor, boys and adult clothes, toys, little tykes MULTI FAMILY/JUNE 8 & 9, 8-5. Lazy Boy recliner, 3 gas grills, namebrand clothing, shoes, misc. baby items, & more. 4748 Harrison Rd., Fredericksburg. FRI-SAT. 7AM. David E. Troyer 8514 T R 654 Fred: Toddler bed w/ mattress, bookshelf, hockey ice skates, wight lifter, misc. More sales in area

Solar Panels - 15-215 watt Charge Controllers Inverters - (AIMS Power, Magnum, Outback) Batteries US Battery Wind Turbines 400 watt-20 kw Gridtie & Offgrid - Solar Systems Wiring for Houses, Shops & Barns 3939 CR 135 Millersburg, OH 44654

JUNE 23 & 24 at 8292 CR 192, Holmesville. Hunting/fishing items, aqua & canning jars, FAPCO pottery, Pyrex, appl., patio table, antiques, much more. With Holmesville town yard sale.



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JUNE 12-13, (8a-dark). Bunk bed, crib, porta-crib, stroller, clothes, and misc. Aden Yoder 1990 CR 61 Baltic, OH LARGE MULTI family garage sale: Mt Eaton Harness & Shoe 10265 Winesburg Rd. Dundee. (1 mi. south of Mt Eaton). June 8-9, during Mt Eaton Days. Gas refrigerator, propane gas iron, girls dresses 6mo.-12yrs, home decor, bikes, over 50 rubber stamps, icecream freezer, PSP games, closeout shoes, and lots more! NAME BRAND teen girls clothes, Women's and Men's, Victoria's secret bras, kitchen items, paint, truck cab, slate, bunk bed, perrenials, lots of misc. Road behind Holmes Siding TR 311 Mlbg, June 7-9, 9am-?. No early sales.


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FOR SALE: 3 yr old trotter, sire son of balanced image, surrey horse broke for anyone. Also 6 yr old surrey horse, sire cams terrific, mostly trot, broke for most anyone. Also a few other horses on hand. Loran Schlabach, (330) 852-3096. 5 YR old black Morgan Gelding. TSS. $800. Jonas J. Miller 330-674-4216

HOLSTEIN BULLS. Good pedigrees. Delivered. Henry Yoder, 7445 CR 51, Big Prairie, OH 44611


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GARAGE SALE - one day only, Fri. 6/8/12, 9-5. Kid's clothes, lots of toys, and more. 5071 Twp. Rd. 313, Mlbg. Turn at Millersburg Tire and follow the signs.

FOR SALE: riding horse 5 yr old mare fox trotter. Rides very smooth. $850. John Troyer, 6660 TR 606, Fredericksburg, OH 44627.

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LARGE MULTI Family yard sale, June 12-14, Clothes, men's church suits, battery floor lamp, high chair, lots of misc. Willis Miller's behind Beck's Mills store, store also has sales.

5 yr old Gelding, all trot, surrey horse deluxe, good broke, TSS, $2500. Also 4 yr old Gelding, all trot, buggy size, very good broke, sharp horse, TSS, $1800. Duane Weaver, 330- 674-1777


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BENEFIT GARAGE SALE for Prairie Twp. fire aux. Donations can be dropped off at the fire house on June 9 & June 16, 9-noon or to make other arrangements contact Miriam Gingerich, 330-473-7475 or Mary Troyer, 330-231-4877. Clothing, household items, furn. etc. are welcome. Garage Sale to be held on June 23, 7 a.m. - ? at the fire station in Holmesville. All unsold items will be donated to Save & Serve and Haven of Rest.

4 yr old mare. Nice big surrey horse. All trot $2200. Marcus Schlabaugh, 330-852-1979

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BEEF BEEF Heifer due October, $1800. Also 7 mo. old Heifer $1000. All AI genetics, possibly more, Millersburg area. 330-466-3091 FENCE PANELS, 2-1/4 x 4' holes, 5x15' galvanized panels, make free-standing calf pens, removeable for skid loader cleanout $68.50. Hillside Fabrication, Malva Nisley 330-893-1058. For sale: 8 yr old standard bred Gelding. TSS. Good traveler. $1650 Atle Burkholder 740-295-0046 x 2 FOR SALE: 5 yr. old Dutch Percheron cross gelding, dapple. Broke single & double. TSS, surrey horse, needs work. $3,000. 330-600-9098 AT STUD 47" brown & white spotted pony, very sharp, great disposition, $50. Wayne Weaver, 9183 CR 77, Fredericksburg. 330-473-2416 3 YR. old black Dutch Percheron gelding. Broke single and double. T.S.S. Surrey size. $3,200. Duane Yoder, 4952 S.R. 557, Millersburg, OH. 330-893-4068 FOR SALE: Registered 6 yr old Tennessee Walker black and white Gelding (330) 852-4369. 5 Yr old Gelding. Mutineer-Baltic speed trotter. TSS. Women drive. 2 whites, star. In buggy, surrey 6 month. John S. Miller 330-893-0303. 6YR Old gray Percheron mares. Broke to all farm machinery. Used on amish farm. Extra fancy. $5000. 330-465-6666

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2 YR old black standard bred mare. $900. Adam Mast 4198 TR 606 Frederickburg, OH 44627 FOR SALE: 6 Holstein feeders (steers), dehorned, approx. weight 400 lbs. .95 lb. Mervin Hershberger, 10653 Lautenschlager Rd., Apple Creek. 330-749-1600 VM

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FOR SALE: 3 yr old bay 1/2 Fresian 1/2 Draft cross mare. Well broke. TSS. In foal to Fresian. For 2012 Foal $2700. Atlee Yoder 5642 CR 59 Millersburg FOR SALE: Coming 2 yr Registered paint stallion. Sorrel with blaze. Quiet and easy going. $500 330-279-9290 ext. 3.

FOR SALE: 4 yr old 51" paint pony mare w/ 2 mo. old stud colt $625. 38 x62 pny wagon, air tires, $375. Pony harness $75 or all for $1000. 330-695-2046.

A+ STUD 45" Black and white. Homozygous. Very flashy, $50. Service Fee. Brandon Wengerd, 330-893-2429 Bunker Hill

PONIES 5 yr old 49-50" mare, filly at side, broke to work double, rides green, $400. 55" Quarter pony, 9 yrs, needs work, in foal for 2013, nice! $500. 740-824-4361

FOR SALE 5 yr old standard bred gray gelding. Big surrey size. TSS. Double gated. $1100 Delbert Miller 5622 Mt Hope Rd. AppleCrk. V.M. 330-698-1070

FOR SALE: 8 yr old Halflinger Liver Chestnut with star. Well broke. Atlee Yoder 5642 CR 59 Millersburg FOR SALE: 3 yr. old trotting gelding. Big enough for surrey. Good broke. Also, some other surrey horses. Loran Schlabach, 330-852-3096 4 YR old buggy mare. TSS. Women safe. Also 35" pony, Gelding 2 yr old. broke to ride and drive. And 9 yr old draft crossbred. Broke single and double. 330-893-3087x4 FOR SALE: 7 yr old standard Perchin Cross. Was in mini surrey yr. TSS. Used in manure spreader, puller. Includes 5 wk old 330-852-2723.

bred for 1 good colt.

FOR SALE: 6 mo. old reg. polled Jersey bull. Sired by Eclipse-P. Also, 2 wk. old polled Jersey bull calf. Sired by Tebow-P. Fredericksburg, OH 330-695-9960 JERSEY BULLS naturally polled, out of good stock, $675. (330) 377-4190

STANDING AT STUD Sharp 38" black & white stud. Sires fancy & sensible foals. A very sure breeder. Sires all Paint foals. Allen E. Miller, (330) 893-4908. CUSTOM SADDLES new & used, made in USA. Cowboy & barrel. Starting at $450. Call 330-231-7500 4 YR. OLD GELDING, DBL. GAITED, well broke for women or older people, $1800. Marcus Schlabaugh, 330-852-1979 STANDING AT Stud, Black Arabian Stallion, stripe and one white. $100 L.f.g. John Barkman, 7884 TR 508, Lakeville, OH. 44638. FOR SALE: 7 year old St. Brd. Gld. surry. Size women. Can drive. Also 8 year old black St. Brd. mare. 4 white socks, stripe sharp. Boys's horse. All trot. Aden Yoder 5236 E. Moreland Rd. Frederickburg, OH 44627 FOR SALE: 5 yr old black double gaited gelding. Surrey size, TSS, family horse. 330-852-2140 x2

STANDING AT STUD Sharp 52" black & white Homozygous stud. This is a proven sire of many fancy & sensible foals. His offsprings have sharp markings & color. Very sure breeder. Guaranteed Paint foal. Allen E. Miller, 5571 CR 68, Millersburg, OH 44654. (330) 893-4908. 3 YR old sorrel pony mare. 36", very gentle, safe for small children. Broke to ride and drive. Also yearling spotted stud pony. Wayne Weaver 9183 CR 77 330-473-2416 FOR SALE: Reg. Jersey cows. Mostly polled. You pick. Call 330-473-8229 WE HAVE a good supply of Standardbred horses for sale. Also a few trotting breeds. Loran Schlabach, (330) 852-3096. 4 Yr old mare. Son of Balanced Image. Been in buggy. Boys or family horse. Drives nice! Also, 6 yr old black Gelding. Mostly trot. Family horse, fast traveler. Joey Beachy 330-359-0121 4 YR old Gelding, classic photo/andover hall/donerail, 16 HH, in the buggy two years, check him out at the June 9 Mt. Hope Sale. Duane Hershberger 330-893-2991 DELUXE DRIVING Horse. Morgan Percheron cross. Perfect family horse for ladies to drive. Big, gentle, good traveler. $4500, will trade. 330-465-6666 FOR SALE: 5 year old bay mare, TSS, surrey horse, $2500. 330-275-0308 FOR SALE: Group of 20 cress Jersey calves. Three-five month old. OEFFA certified. 330-567-9722 175 KATAHDIN and Dorper hair ewes, 2-5 yrs old. 35 hair ewe lambs ready to breed in the fall. 60 white faced Dorset cross bred wool ewes, 2-5 yrs old. No sore feet. Will sell in smaller groups. 15 beef feeder calves, 300-500 lbs. Delivery available. 740-567-4205

FOR SALE: 6 yr old dark Chestnut Morgan. Good traveler. Med. size. Too much horse for my wife. Daniel Troyer 330-897-0806 7 YEAR old sorrel crossbred Gelding. Broke to ride and drive, Buggy sized, rides nice, $1000. Paul Yoder 740-622-6275 MINI STUD SERVICE 5 year old Grade, 32" Tri-color. Fee $30. Boarding mares $1.50/day. Melvin H. Miller, 8861 C.R. 235, Fredericksburg, OH 44627 WE BUY well broke gentle riding horses & ponies. Top price paid. Windy Hill Farm. 330-231-7500 Standard bred mare, 4 yrs old, by red river hanoler, TSS, fast boys horse. (330) 897-6602. FOR SALE: 13 yr old Gelding, mostly trot, broke for women, TSS. $975. Adrian Coblentz, 7540 TR 601, Fredericksburg. (330) 674-1034 AT STUD. Pahl's H2 Hummer. Registered Belgian. Sired by U2 Charlie. Red Sorrel stands 18. 2 on farm or AI. Service fee $500. Standing at Alpine Hill Belgians. 330-359-0672 3 YR old standard bred mare, TSS, willing traveler, Vernon Mast 5440 E. Moreland Rd. frederickburg, OH 330-698-0514x2 FOR RENT: pasture for 6-8 heifers. Good fence and spring water. Baltic area. 330-897-0554 4 yr old big black Standard bred gelding. TSS. Mostly trot. Been in the buggy and surrey for 9 months. Mose Yoder, 10627 Senff Rd., Dundee, Ohio 44624. FOR SALE: 7 yr old Gelding. TSS. Surrey size. Women can drive. Joe Troyer 8681 TR 657 Fred. OH 44627 7 yr old gelding. TSS. Good broke horse, stands good to hitch. Kenny Troyer, .(330) 231-8766.

FOR SALE: Halflinger broke to ride and drive. $500 Melvin Raber TR 110 330-674-2444x2

MEDIUM PONY cart-good cond. LED lights, flat fee tires, flag included. $600. 330-317-6549

44" PONY mare sorral with lite mane and tail. Good. broke to ride and drive TSS. Very tame. VM 330-893-3462

HAFLINGER AND DRAFT PONY, carriage and tack sale, Saturday, June 9th. Tack at 9:00am followed by pony. Danville Auction (740) 599-6607

SNOOTH MOUTH brown Gelding. Cross bred. TSS. Good horse for older people. Wayne Hershberger 330-987-1299

9 YR old Mr. Lavec. TSS. $1500. 330-231-4261

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STANDING AT STUD. 5 year old reg. morgan stallion. Sire by Cy Don's Mister Aristocrat; Dam is Rrg Flash Dance. Big well built, 16 hands. Chestnut with strip & 3 white socks. $500. registered & $150 cross bred. LFG. (330) 852-3727 ext 2. We have a good supply of driving horses on hand. 3-8 yrs old, most any size, including a few nice trotters. These horses have been drove in a buggy and are ready to go. TSS. Voice Mail (330) 852-4283. Dale Schlabach. STANDING AT Stud, black dutch harness, 4 white socks and star, sired by wouter, $200 service fee. Henry Hershberger 330-893-0029

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Corn Pro 14' livestock trailer. Excellent condition. 330-473-2416 SEVEN YEAR old dark bay standard bred gelding. TSS, women can drive, family horse deluxe. Atlee S. Raber, 330-600-9943 FOR SALE BCS 26" brush mower attachment. Designed for 8 hp and up, walk behind power unit. Not used much $500. Delbert Miller V.M. 330-698-1070 4 YR. old red sorrel cross-bred gelding. Ready for anyone to drive. Surrey size. $1500. Noah Yoder, 6928 CR 407, Millersburg. (330) 674-1000.

Lawn & Garden 280

Miscellaneous Merch.

FOR SALE: Honda mower mulch bag. Self propelled. Good condition. $250 Call 330-600-1086.

6000 WATT Honda Generator. Good condition. $800 obo. Also Beagle females. 330-674-2666 VM

FOR SALE: lightly used 40" Toro walk behind mower, sixed deck, excellent condition. $2200 OBO. 330-674-2331

CORN HOLE BAGS: $12/set of 8 bags...5 sets or more, $10/set of 8 bags. Norman C. Yoder, 4256 TR 374, Millersburg. 330-893-7421.

WEEDEATER brush hog used only 4 times last summer, $170. (330) 674-1536 FOR SALE: Nice select. of Reel lawn mowers. Scott's, Craftsman, Silent Reel, and Yardman, also large cast iron kettle. Apporx. 20 gal. Very nice and smooth on inside. Hillside Sales, 7812 TR 601, Fredrkbrg., OH. 44627

WORD PROCESSOR SERVICES Word processors & setup, basic tutoring, QuickBooks setup. Custom Spreadsheet design including cutlists, order system, inventory & more. Mark Miller (330) 763-1589

FOR SALE: 1 Valley Victor trotter. 1 Global Yankee trotter, good broke, several other good trotters to choose from. MARS Stables, 17559 Harrison Rd., Navarre, OH 44662. 1 mi. E. of Mt. Eaton. Call after 5:30.


condition. $1500 330-231-1468

FOR SALE: Stealth-cam 1450 digital trail camera. 5 megapixal with flash. SD memory card included. Great condition call: 330-567-9722

For Sale: USED 54" roll top desk., 8 Gun, gun cabinet, curio cabinet & keyboard. Like New. 330-231-7450

FOR SALE: John Deere 52" walk behind mower. Belt drive, fixed deck. Runs ok. $675 obo. 330-464-7063

FOR SALE: Oak & Hickory Bedroom suite. Brand new on display at Miller's Hickory Rocker. 330-359-7146

FOR SALE: kid broke pony. 1-3 yr old gelding, 2-8 yrs old paint mares. 40" tall. $450. Levi Yoder 5864 CR 59 Millersbrg

MAYTAG WRINGER washer with electric motor. 2 utility tubs on stands. Good conditon, $400. 330-465-3436.

FOR SALE: 48" , 14 HP Encore walk behind mower. Good condition. $1200. Maynard Miller 330-464-5256

GARAGE DOOR opener, one remote and one master control. Craftsman $75. call 330-473-9649

DARK BROWN all trot standard bred Gelding. 8 yrs old. TSS. Fast Traveler. Boys horse, stands to hitch. Very gentle, papers. $2600. 330-893-2832 x3 - 3 Bunker Hill

FOR SALE: Floral couch, good cond, $55. 330-275-9559.

Black standard bred mare, 12 yr old, all trot, TSS, excellent traveler. Mahlon Gingerich, days: 330-674-0456 or evenings: 330-674-0905.

Stallion Service

RG Denmark’s black star. Big, strong, black Morgan stallion. 2 white 02600Producing AD12494616 144nice socks. STALLION offspring w/size. Tested homozygous SERVICEfor black. Registered $450, Cross Breds $250. Allen M. Yoder 330-852-7717 ext. 1. FOR SALE: 8 yr old standard bred gelding, anyone can drive, cribs. 330-695-9376

WANTED: USED freezer in good condition. 330- 698-0398 DROP-LEAF TABLE with 4 leaf extensions. Expands to 9 ft. with 4 chairs. Full queen bed with dresser & mirror. Call 330-763-1940 FOR SALE: used pillow top box springs & mattress, $50. 330-279-2075. FOR SALE: Beautiful cherry drop-leaf table w/ two chairs. Also white Curio cabinet, Minister study table, like new oak coffee table, round table with two leaves, and top half of china hutch. 330-231-9813 NOTICE: WILL re-upholster used couches, loveseats, rockers, hassocks, etc. Also boat seat cushions. Will make new cushions for outdoor furniture. Raber's Upholstery, 1939 TR 110, Millersburg, 44654. VM, (330) 674-1300.


FOR SALE: 12 yr old Gelding, TSS, well broke. Andrew Hershberger TR 123 Millersburg 330-893-4710 SMOKEY LANE Horse Auction June 8. Tack 5:30pm followed by horses. Consigned: 7 yr old Gelding by Angus Hall, 3 yr old Gelding by Master Glide, Valley Victor, surrey horse, 3 yr old mare Inconhnito, King Conch, San Pelligreni, 6 yr old gelding Yankee Cruiser, Jate Lobell, strip and 3 white feet, 7 yr old very sharp surrey horse, also a load from PA. Taking consignments of horses and tack through sale day. 686 Smokey Lane RD Sugarcreek, OH 44681 330-852-2237 Auctioneer Myron Miller JERSEY CROSS BULL for sale or rent. Big enough for heifers. Andy, 330-893-9512 ext. 3. PUREBRED SAANEN goat (dry) $150. Can deliver. 5890 CR 68 or call 330-231-5745 FOR SALE: 39" 4 yr old gray pony gelding, kid broke to ride and drive. Eli Yoder, 32305 TR 272, Fresno, OH. (330) 897-2701

48 E. Bath Rd. Adm - $5 250 - 8' Tables $45

7 YR. old reg. Morgan gelding. Top buggy broke. T.S.S. $1400. Duane Yoder, 4952 S.R. 557, Millersburg, OH 330-893-4068 10 YR Bay Mare Sire. Striking Sahbra Dam. Speedy crown, drives hot, Brood mare Prospect. $2000 OBO (419)-994-2020

BRAND NEW picnic table, polywood, cost $599 will sell for $450. New grapevine wreaths, vaious sizes. Call 330-893-2895 Fireplace insert: 33x41 can be used with gas or wood, brick lined. Eli D Miller, 5491 CR 68, Millersburg, 44654. Phone (330) 893-1336 ext. 2. 1927 STOVER hit and miss 2 h.p. engin with cart. Excellent condition $800. call 330-473-9649

FOR SALE: 22 mag 6 shot. Like new! 330-231-1411

FOR SALE: Huffy child's bike GC, $25; 300' snare cable, 3/32". 330-852-0615 FOR SALE: Three wheel bicycle. Three speed price $275. Henry Burkholder 7400 CR 77 Millersburg, OH 44654

SMALL PORTABLE hydraulic unit with 8 horse Honda. Good condition! 330-675-0560 x2



FOR SALE: Cabellas Blue Ridge Riffle. 45 calliber flint lock. Excellent condition, in box. $450 obo. Also black powder Revolver. Includes everything needed to shoot. $175 obo. 330-464-7063 BRAND NEW T.C. Hawken custom 50 cal/ cap lock muzzleloader. Ocatagon barrel, double trigger. $750. 330-695-9351 FISH BEAUTIFUL Rice Lake. Lakeside housekeeping cottages, Spring and Fall rates. Willow Bay cottages, Harwood, Ontario KOK 2HO Canada 905-342-5407 FOR SALE: Howa Legacy model 1500 .243 Winchester. New, never been fired. $600. 330-674-0730 FOR SALE: Matthew's Drenaline bow. Fully equipped including arrows and relieves. Good condition. $575. John M. Yoder 3970 TR 606, Fredericksburg. or during the day at Twin Locust Furniture.


FOR SALE: COMP. desk in good condition, $45. 500-gal air tank, $120. Air hockey game, good condition, $50. Call 330-852-4009.

CHECK WRITER- Paymaster series X-2000. Good Condition. $75 obo. PH# (330)279-9046


FOR SALE: Jersey family cow and 4 mo. old heifer. Call: 330-464-1563

HONDA 2000 Watt generator. Like n e w $850. 330-231-4261

tion $15. phone: 330-674-4697


Lawn & Garden

TROY-BILT push mower, self propelled. Running condition. Can deliver. $100. 5890 CR 68 or call ( 330) 231-5745. 52" TORO walk behind, in good working condition. 14-HP Kohler engine, floating deck, bagger, $1500/obo. Call 330-473-2419. JOHN DEERE grass/leaf bagging attach. Off riding mower, complete. $325. 330-763-0387

FOR SALE: 13 pieces 16 in. x 12 ft clay

Miscellaneous Merch. trailer skirting. Also, 3 30 x54 trailer win-

DELAVEL CREAM seperator bowls and


STANDING AT Stud. Black & white pony, very sharp. Service fee $40. Phone (330) 852-3727 ext 2.


Hunting Fishing parts, $40. Also high chair, good condi-

INDIAN ARCHERY recurve. New string. Also fred bear white tail hunter. Make offer. Joseph Miller 330-893-1626x 3

For Sale: 2 yearling pure bred Dutch harness stallion prospects. Sired by Whiskie and Toronto. (330) 897-8650

15 YR old Gelding by King Konch. 17 hands, upheaded trotter. TSS. $1200. 330-359-5674

Household Furnishings 60" LAND Pride finish mower. Excellent

dows. 330-231-4546

ANTIQUES: LARGE table with flower design, very nice! Also Rocker, trunk, and other old things. Also Rubbermaid storage cabinet, $55. 330-231-4726 VINYL RECORD collection from the 60's includ. Andy Williams, Simon & Garfunkle, The Carpenters, etc. Also Reader's Digest classical collections. Can buy single or as a group. 330-695-5524 CORNHOLE GAMES & ACCESSORIES Unpainted sets starting @ $45.00. Painted boards, custom boards featuring wildlife, sports teams, business logos, or your ideas. Corn Bags, durable storage bags, & scoreboards also available. Can be delivered. Wholesale & quantity discounts. PH# 330-279-9046 1- SCOOTER wheel chair. 41/2 yrs old Red. $450. Like New. Also Kirby Sweeper G5, used very little. $500 with shampooer. Call: 330-6743079 ask for Laura. FOR SALE: small chest freezer. 4 yrs old $100. Also aluminum heavy duty extension ladder $100 330-275-6190 Kilndryed 7/8 popular for your drawer sides, $.90 b.f. 4 quarter popular $ 1 . 0 5 b.f. Mullet Run Lumber. 330-893-4085. FOR SALE: Stoeger Model 2000 semi-auto. 12 ga. full camo w/ 5 choke tubes. New in box. 330- 695-2467 POOL TABLE. Full size $225 obo 330-464-7287

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Miscellaneous Merch.

NEW NECCHI treadle flatbed and free arm heads for sale. Now dealer for JUKI sewing machines and sergers. Available at Lackman's Sewing Center. Apple Creek Oh (330) 698-3060 FOR SALE: 6, 38" box fans with hydraulic motors, work good, $200 OBO. Jacob Mast 330-279-2486 FOR SALE:2 9' x 8' garage doors with electric opener. 330-695-2570.


Musical Instruments

WINTER COMPANY piano, good condition, needs some tuning, $50. 330-231-6121


Office Equipment

FOR SALE: Tan legal size 4 drawer steel filing cabinet. Like New. $100 330-231-2402


Pets Supplies

CHOCHOLATE Labradoodles born 3/30/12. Family raised, vet checked, shots, $450-$550. 330-359-0414. Also, male silver Lab, $75. ACA CREAM Pomerene male 3 yrs old. proven breeder. $300. 330-674-2883

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Pets Supplies

AKC YELLOW lab puppies, 8 wks old, shots and wormed, $250. 330-763-3023 FOR SALE: AKC Sheltie puppies, nice markings, shots, wormed. Males-$200, Females, $250. Conrad Yoder, 330-893-3251. WANTED: Poodle male, white or cream. (330) 674-2467. FEMALE BEAGLE: 3 years old, $50. Call 330-567-2335 FOR SALE: 15 week old, black and tan, Elkhound cross coondog puppies, 1 male, 1 female. Also 2 year old Beagle male. Runs good on rabbits. Eli Troyer 330-231-5882 WANTING ITALIAN puppy. Ph. 330-407-1199


2 TOY fox terrier males and 1 fox terrier/yorkie cross male. 6 wks old 330-897-2909 For Sale: Lady Amherst Males 2011 hatch $40. Aden Troyer 11461 Saltcreek Rd. Fredericksburg OH 44627 Red and white Beagle male.,$50. Also 6 yr old ACA Pug male, $75. 330-897-0089x4 BIRCH Work table. 12' plus build in 1995. Nice $700. Marvin Yoder, Becks Mills 330-893-9304 FEMALE BEAGLE, 4 yrs old. Deer proof, $50. VM 330-698-0111 x 2


Pets Supplies

Sugarcreek Office

FOR SALE: 5 wk old Border Collie cross puppies. Mother good farm dog. $50 obo. Freeman Coblentz. 330-567-2255.


FOR SALE: six month old walker female. Sire houses Mr. Clean Dam Court adjourned. Super stake eligible. PKC, UKC, AKC regular. 330-698-0460

FOR SALE: AKC Boxer male, fawn with white markings, proven breeder, $225. John Troyer, 330-897-1263 BASS EQUIPT. rabbit cages with trays. Also, used rabbit feeders & waters. 330-897-1485 FOR SALE: pet kittens - BEST OFFER. 8 wks old, wormed. Calico, Tabby, & Tiger. (330) 674-3037. TOY FOX terrier female puppy. 10 weeks old. Got shots. LeRoy Raber 330-893-1483

127 Edgemore St,NE, Sugarcreek Well built 3 BR, 2 BA brick ranch with 2 car attached garage & full basement. Improvements include basement waterproofing, new windows, central AC & lots more. All on a beautiful lot $159,500 Randy Starner 330-473-9230






SHITZU PUPPY, 10 wks old, brown & white female, comes with cage, nest, toys, and feed containers, shampoo and brush. $300. 330-763-0222 1 YR. old Beagle male, well started. Best Offer. (330) 852-2162

FOR SALE: 1 1/2 yrs old Border Collie female. (330) 695-2168. AKC POMERANIAN male, proven breeder, cream color, 5 yrs. old. Also, free stading whelping unit with 2x3 cage. 330-893-1316. 3 YR. old 3/4 female bulldog cross. 2 1/2 yr. old 1/2 female Bulldog, $200 a piece. 330-852-0703 x2. FOR SALE: Doberman puppies, red & tan & black. Tails docked, . No papers, $250. Cava-Chon, 8 wks old, tri-color, males & females. $250. Boxer pups brindle &white, males & females, $450. Up to-date shots & worming on all puppies. 419-994-3528


FOR SALE: 10' x 24 USDA Approved kennel 18 holding pens, 9 whelpings. Will sell cages seperately. Albert Stutzman 31910 CR 126 Millersburg ATTN DOG BREEDERS: Annual Hog Roast and benefit auction, June 28, 6:30 pm. Wise School. Early donation includes Pug male puppy and breeders wheel. Wanted: puppies or certificates and other auction items. Something for the whole family, including children's activities. Bring a cold dish. For more info or to have your donations listed in future ads call Ervin L Raber 330-674-1314. FOR SALE: 5 yr old Beagle male. Runs his own rabbits. $100. 330-897-1074 x2 ####### WARNING: Animals advertised for "free" are sometimes acquired by people who use them as bait in training other animals to fight or for science experimentation. Please offer your pet for a nominal fee in order to attract a sincere buyer. ####### FOR SALE: 1 yr old red/white Siberian Husky female. Also 5 yr old chocolate Labradoodle female. 330-473-2435 SPOILED ROTTEN poodle pup. Apricot male AKC. 8 wks old $375. call or text 330-231-5745 FOR SALE: Lion Head rabbits, $10/each. Call Devon @ (330) 893-4808 SIBERIAN HUSKY male for sale. 1 1/2 yr. old, $500. 740-622-4059 FOR SALE: Bernese Mountain dog pups. 4 wks old, AKC registered. Females $850, males $750. $250 deposit will hold. David Yoder, (330) 674-1860†x5 FOR SALE: 2 Beagle puppies, males, 7 wks old. Reuben Miller, (330) 897-1384†x1

FOR SALE: Young Sheltz female. She is small $175. Michael Miller 3829 TR 606 Fredericksburg, OH 446276

(330) 852-4111 Monday June 11, 2012 888-852-4111 5:00 p.m. (selling in 2 rings starting at 5:00 p.m.) Antiques/Collectibles * Furniture/Household * Tools Mostly from 2 Households Antiques/Collectibles: early wicker doll buggies; plastic duck decoys; Pepsi clock; pottery includes (58 pcs. of Fredericksburg, Roseville sunflower lamp, McCoy, Van Briggle, Red Wing, Abingdon, Hull, Hall, Royal Haeger, Royal Copley, Gonder); England footed plate 1878, early 1900’s silverware; Christmas ornaments; Furniture/Household: large Member’s Mark grill; propane tanks; deck bar chairs and large deck light; queen ann style end & coffee tables; large whitewash bedroom set w/ post bed; armoire; couch; love seat w/ ottomans; several full size box spring & mattress sets; paintings; 12 v & other coolers; boxes of kitchen & glassware; side tables & lamps; plank bottom chairs; wash stand w/ towel bar; wooden rockers; bookcases; shelving; boxing bag; Edge exercise bike; golf bags w/ clubs; 2 lead glass lamps; large woven oval rug; 4 dr. metal file cabinet; Tools: large cast hay rake wheels; spreader; Troy-Bilt turbo blower; rafter maker saw; Craftsman includes (10” drill press, tool box, 6” disc sander, 16” scroll saw); Skil bandsaw; live traps; wooden boat oars; Troy-Bilt 2450 PSI pressure washer; 4 HP Evinrude boat motor; trolling motor; large metal frame wagon; disc belt sander; lots of tools. Note: 100’s of box lots to unpack. Visit for photos and updates by 5:00pm Friday, June 8. For free evaluation contact Kenny Miller, auction manager at (330)204-4453. Terms: Cash, Check, or any major credit card with proper identification. 3% buyers premium but will be waived for cash sales.

FEMALE Shitzu/Bichon cross puppy, brown & white, 8 wks old, shots and dewormed. $250. 330-893-6013 VM FOR SALE: Registered Bernice Mt. Dog puppies, shots and wormed upto date. Call: 330-695-2153


Sports Fitness

GOLD'S GYM 450 treadmill. Excellent condition, cushion step. $200 OBO. Well worth the money 330-763-3246 SCHWINN BATTERY bicycle World GSE, 21 in. men, 24 spd. Purchased new in 2011, $1100. 330-279-2891 & ask for Paul.


Tools Machinery

54 H.P. ISUZU Diesel $4000 obo. Good condition. Need smaller motor. Neal Troyer 10540 Hogback Rd. Fredericksburg, OH. 44627. FOR SALE: 12" Dewalt Miter saw w/ laser. Good condition. $150. 330- 695-2467 FOR SALE. 5,000 # Fork lift with side shift and soft shoe wheels. Ben A Raber, 5493 CR 68, Millersburg, OH 44654. 330-893-1336, VM. FOR SALE: Sharpener fro push reel mower also for bed knives- $275, Eli D Miller, 5491 CR 68, Millersburg, OH 44654. Phone (330) 893-1336 ext. 2. SEARS KENMORE Sewing Machine all steel parts. Good condition. (zig-zag) Electric. Steven Troyer 330-601-2508 KAWASAKI GENERATOR. 5000 watt. Excellent condition. Call (330) 695-2610.


SCMI MINI max T3, sliding table shaper, with air clamps, Hydraulic. 330-674-0250 6090 SR 83 Millersburg



32327 SR 643, Fresno 10 room B&B with Innkeeper’s quarters on 8 acres. More acreage available. Gas & oil rights negotiable. Reduced to $895,000 Jake Schlabach 330-763-0889

Pets Supplies

FOR SALE or trade: 4 ACA Bichon males, ready by June 19, trade on males any age. $200 (330) 897-1459 ext 1.

(330) 852-4111 888-852-4111

1966 CR 160, Winesburg Beautiful 4 BR, 4 BA home in Eastern Holmes County on 4.5 Acres. Many upgrades, 3 car attached garage, full finished walkout basement, new roof in 2009, well insulated for low heating and cooling costs. Immaculate! $465,000 Krista Raber 330.231.2230 Jr. Miller 330.231.1914


WANTED FOR STUD: NEWFOUNDLAND male, prefer parti color or any color. (330) 674-9900†x1




BREED SELL-OUT Italian greyhounds. Also Bichons, Maltese, and Yorkies. 740-622-4059

Complete dispersal sale: Over 400 adult dogs plus puppies, Sat. June 30 at Quantus Center. 3520 SR 39 Millersburg. Watch for detailed auction ad in coming weeks.

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



FOR SALE:AKC TOY Poodle puppies. Born April 26. Shots & wormers up to date. More puppies ready soon. Reserve your puppy now. 330-359-5748 ext. 2.

10 MO. old Austrailian Shepherd, Elkhound mix. Good with children. $20. 330-674-9609

Kaufman Auction House 3149 SR 39, Millersburg OH

102 Brambly Hedge, Millersburg Nice well maintained 2 BR, 2 BA condo in the Knoll condominium development. Updates include newer roof, carpet & vinyl flooring. All kitchen appliances stay. $83,500 Anthony Kaufman 330-231-4211 Kate Overton 330-204-9339




5 YR. old ACA Yorkshire Terrier male. Proven, $250. Also, AKC toy Parti Poodle, female, 1 yr. old. 330-893-0423 ext. 2.

FOR SALE:CHIHUAHUA puppies. Merle Teacup 8 wks old. $500, very cute! Aden Yoder, 330-359-5459

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


FOR SALE: mixed Bull Dog pup. 419-368-3165 ext. 1

FOR SALE: Terrier Mix watch dog. Good with children. 1 yr. old. $25 330-897-2373


AKC-ACA Siberian Husky male. 1/18/09. proven breeder $500. ACA chocolate lab male 1/10/11 $200 330-893-9304

FOR SALE: 3 yr. old red Merle female Australian Shepherd. Call for details. Also, 2 male Blue Merle puppies, 1st shots, $125/each. 740-501-6913

1047 West Main Street Sugarcreek, Ohio 44681 330-852-4111 (330) 852-4111 40 West Jackson St., Millersburg, Ohio 44654 888-852-4111 330-674-7355 Toll Free: 888-852-4111 LI

FENCE PANELS 2-1.4X4 HOLES 5'x16' galvanized panels, $68.50, excellent dog kennels; Also have Fasteners & door hinges. Hillside Fabrication, Malva Nisley 330-893-1058.

FOR SALE: Baby ducks, quails, show pheasants, roller pigeons, swans- black & white. 419- 606-4561.


RABBITS, BUNNIES, available all summer. Free cats 1 yr. Kittens. Marie Yoder, 4252 TR 628 Millersburg, OH 44654. Ph. 330-674-1900

For sale: 2 year old CHIHUAHUA Female. Very cute. Weighs less than 3 lbs. Make offer. 330-674-2890.



FOR SALE: Zebra finches, 2 pr. - $25/pr. with cage. (330) 897-0554, leave msg.

FOR SALE: 21" Fuji bike, still in good shape. 330-473-2435

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


FOR SALE: 1 year old Bichon male. Also 5 adult Chihuahua 330-897-5700 x1


AMISH RAISED Guinea Pigs. Ideal for future farmers. Call: 330-893-2544

Millersburg Office


Pets Supplies

FOR SALE: Beagles. 1 male, 1 female. $50. 330-601-3174.

FOR SALE: English Springer Spaniel female. Liver & white. 1 yr old $200 OBO. Merlin Weaver 330-698-1064 FOR SALE: Male and Female English Mastiff and 3 female Rottweilers. $500 each. 330-893-1603



SAN JUAN 330-472-2613

New Philadelphia Office

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

Pets Supplies

LAB BEAGLE Mix puppies. Black & choc. w/white markings. 7 wks. old. Shots, wormed, family raised, friendly, $100. 330-674-6003

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FOR SALE: used Bobcat posthole augers to fit Bobcat drive unit. Also for sale, like new quick tach skid loader type pallet fork 3700 lbs. $525. Also Bobcat loaders and Gradall lifts, dump trailers and more for rent. 330-359-0150 Mt. Eaton Trailer call anytime. WANTED: FIVE or six foot chest freezer for icebox. Norman Hershberger 10441 Fryburg Rd. Fredericksburg, OH 44627 TOOL SALE. Craftsman weed eater, chain saw, leaf blowers, also a new load of Craftsman shop tools, lighting miter saws, electric air compressors of all sizes, garage door openers, tool chests, and much more! Country Bargains, 5301 TR 117, Baltic. (330) 893-4061 ext. 2.


Wanted to Buy


04150 AD12342992 108 Place anNEWad in the classifieds 4Shopper Bed D/Wide $49,511 @Midwest Homes

and turn your junk into treasure.

WANTED: To lease hunting land in Holmes or Coshocton county. WIll respect land and owner. Call: 330-275-7880 or 330-893-0711 Pasture for rent. 25-30 head. Freeman Mast, 8977 TR 652, Fredericksburg, OH 44627.

FARMER'S TOWN COMMUNITY LIVESTOCK AUCTION is opening back up for business under new ownership June 5th! Back to the Farm Sale June 15th at 7pm. Horse Sale June 22nd and Pony Sale 7pm. For more information and free advertising call: 330-893-8114 Cell: 330-231-6809 Sale days: 330-897-6081

WANTED: JERSEY steers ready for grass. 330-852-2589 CASH For aluminum cans 12 oz. and up $1 for every 90. Call or text 330-275-6190 WANTED: SMALL older pony. Must be very safe for small children. Also wanted gas refrig. & stove. 330-674-1993 ICH KAUF Trash piles & Dumps. 330-275-7980 WANTED: 8 or 12 Holstein heifers. 10-14 mo. old. 330-893-4215 leave message.

Auctions Public Sales


Apartment Rentals

MILLERSBURG- Newer 3 BR duplex, garage, c/a, $625 + utils., deposit: $625. (330) 674-2198.


WANTED LETS 220 10 inch Burr Mill, State prize and condition in first letter. John Petersheim 10361 S. Kansas Rd. Fredericksburg, OH 44627

2 BR, 1 BA country home in E. Holmes, no smoking, assist animals only, refs. & sec. dep. required, plus utilities. For viewing & application call 330-893-2895

WANTED: 3 ft- 5 ft Blue Spruce tree 330-473-9778


WANTED: WYANDOTTS, hens, and roosters. 330-897-1485 WANTED: ROLL away nest. Jacob Mast 330-279-2486 WANTED: Old hay for mulch. Aden Miller, 8384 TR 654, Fredericksburg, OH 44627. WANTED: TRAMPOLINE with enclosure. State condition & price. 330-852-2589 WANTED: Adult 330-763-4037



WANTED: CAP for Chevy S-10 p-u, white contractor type 60x75. call after 6:30p 330-201-5313 YOU GOT scrap, we got cash. Pickups and dropoffs avail. No equip. or vehicle too big for our disposal. 330-275-7980 WANTED: HONEY bee swarms or is bees have taken residence in your buildings give me a call 330-674-1430 WANTED: DOG Kennel with outside runs in good condition. Must be able to wash inside with pressure washer. 330-897-2907 x 3 VM


Home Condo For Sale

FOR SALE: 3 BR. ranch. C/A. Hardwood floors. Finished walk out bsmt. New furnace. Close to Pomerene Hospital.$90,000.330-674-0806, 330-473-2700.

98' FORD Ranger XLT. Very Clean, runs great. Asking $4000. 330-473-8804


Home Condo Rentals

Comm. Property - Rent




4 NEW black door handles for 92'-96' Toyota Camry $50. Also for 3 used hubcaps $15 330-275-6190


FOR SALE: 1991 GMC conversion van in good condition. 150,000 mi. $1400 obo. 330473 8264 (330) 473-7727.


Building Materials

FOR SALE: 50 4-lite wooden windows, $2. Also wooden door $15. Levi Yoder, 5864 CR 59, Mbg. OH 44654 FOR SALE: new 25' W 40' L and 16' H steel building. Never been built. Engineer instructions included Reuben Mast 330- 897-5422†x4

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

TREATED LUMBER fence boards, fence posts, 4x4, 4x6, 4x8, 6x6, 6x8, 8x8, length up to 20 ft, more sizes available! Call for pricing 330-763-4614


C & S Transportation. 15 Pass. van. Safe, dependable, courteous. Reasonable rates, 2 drivers. Small or Large groups. Steve 330-641-2245.

Child Care Service

CHILDCARE PROVIDER has openings. All shifts. Starting $1.50/hr healthy meals included. Certified in CPR & First Aid. Good play area. Trips to park & library. Near Shreve & Wooster. 330-466-3575.





14' BOAT motor and trailer. Trilling motor and all safety gear included. 330-378-5366 cell: 330-465-1138 FOR SALE: 33 horse Johnston. Electric start. Runs good, looks like new. $400 18 ft MSG skiing & fishing boat w/ 75 horse, electric start. Good condition. 330-674-2500 9.9 MARINER boat motor, tiller steer, elect. start, gas tank, excellent condition, $600. Leave voice msg. (330) 695-9963

Did you know?

animal foods.

Your Local Chapter is: West Holmes Naturals Owen & Ada Yoder 7858 TR 551 Holmesville, OH 44633 330-567-2464 Please call or write for a Free information packet ( Paid for by Owen Yoder )

MIDWIFE AVAILABLE for the Quietude Plan: very private, very gentle, very affordable, very safe. 28 yrs experience. Free consultation. Call 330-231-5945. Sandra Hess certified professional Midwife. Quality health products.


Home Improvement

CRAYTON CARPENTRY can take care of


remodeling or addition. Quality Chimney Sweeps your Comes Standard. 330-231-7195

CHIMNEY RELINING, Masonry and Stainless Chimney Supplies. Hiland Supply Co., LTD, 3878 CR 135, Millersburg. VM 330-893-4724.



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



QUALITY CONCRETE DESIGNS, LTD. 20 years experience. No job to big or small. Free est. Gaylon Coblentz, 10570 Lower TR. Rd. NW, Dundee, OH 44624. Call 330-472-9718



Motorcycles ATVs

WILL CLEAR your fence rows, take out old fence. Have ambusher to clear multifloral rose & brush. Also will build new fence. 18 yrs exp. Call 330-359-6136.

FOR SALE: Honda 300 Sport Trax. Great condition. $2400 obo. 330-401-2889

ARE YOU TIRED of chasing livestock? I'll fix any type of fence. Call (330) 897-2502. Junior R. Yoder


Health Fitness

According to Western A. Price Foundation: Nutrients in Whole Foods that Protect Against Cancer Minerals: The body needs generous amounts of a wide variety of minerals for protection against cancer. Minerals like zinc, magnesium and selenium are vital components of enzymes 08350 AD12433149 288 that help BLACK the body fight carcinogens. Minerals are ground white letters ad number 9 more easily absorbed from


Lawn & Gardening

NOTICE: WILL clean up your property in exchange for old metal scrap & old farm machinery. Have ambusher, can do multifloras roses, etc. (330) 763-0497.

1993 FORD flare side pickup 300-4.9. Six cyclinder standard shift. Asking $1650 Call 330-275-9856 VM FOR SALE: 330-231-6960


Trucks SUVs WE BUY junk cars 262-9300

2005 CHEVY Equinox. Excellent condition 65,000 Miles. AWD $9995. Also four Chevy Alum. And tires $150 wheels. 330-473-7103

NICE 2 BR apt. in Killbuck. Garage, screened in porch, $385 + utilities. Security deposit. Assist animals only. 330-276-4091

WANTED: 400-500 Mueller or Sunset bulk milk tank. 330-893-3262 ext. 2

Wanted: Male California Valley Quail. Brian Troyer 330-695-2535


$1000 obo. 330-317-7057

WANTED: A 330-897-5700 x1

CASH PAID for rock/jazz/ soul records, LPs & 45's. The more the better. Will pick up. 614-736-1074.



Building all types of fences. Wire, wood, & vinyl. Free estimates. United Fencing 330-359-2314, ext.1/330-231-8813

FOR SALE: 2000 Chevy truck F10, cap, Land Sale Rent bedliner, 6 ft bed, extra tires on rims, 835




30 FT. 1996 American Star 5th wheel camper with slide out. Good cond. Priced to sell at $4,500. 330-231-2634 FOR SALE 2003 31 ft. Cavalier camper with slide out. New awning. Excellent condi tion, $8000. 330-359-2942.

Wanted: 2-row no till corn planter in working condition. Call: 330-674-4104. pappilon

RVs & Campers 775


Complete rebuilt- Maytag wringer washer, will also rebuild your's (Elect. Motors), New double rinse tubs with casters- E & S Maytag Ph330-893-1336 x2

Mobile Home 535 For Sale

• Excellent cultivator • Lifetime warranty on tines

Demos 08650&AD12337327 144 Rentals 66480 Available 4319 County Road 168 • Millersburg, OH 44654

God is Love



SIGLER PAINTING specializing in neat, clean, quality interior painting. Third generation painter. Excellent references. Free estimates. (330) 317-7048. GORILLA PAINTING. See us on Facebook. Gorilla Painting Contractors 330-231-3541

Painting 1070

Tree Service SHREVE TREE SERVICE. Free Estimate. Insured 330-496-3412

WILL DO interior & exterior painting, 10 years experience. Will also build rabbit hutches. Call Aaron Miller (330) 279-2114.

Roofing & Spouting

MILLER ROOFING and construction. Call now to schedule your new roof. Metal, shingles, conklin and rubber roof. Call 330-231-6196.





Tools Machinery 415




NEED A NEW ROOF? Call the roofing professionals. Free estimates & fully insured. Quality work guaranteed. Charm Builders Ltd.. 330-231-2790.



Troy Ridge Mfg

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

HUGE BASEMENT sale. Sat. June 2, 6-?. Twin baby items, tupperware, apple items, German bowls, Longaberger baskets, air tools guns, old watches, coins. Yoder 6833 Saltcreek Rd. Fredericksburg


Tree Service 1130

CLINE BROS. Tree Service. Free estimates insured. 330-276-3531, cell: 330-763-4832


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

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$ave Thousands of dollars on These previously TiTled renTal vehicles.

10 Chevy Cobalt 2dr Only 26,000 Miles! Power Windows & Locks, Tilt, Cruise, CD Stereo, Air.



11 Chevy Cruze LS





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


Power Seat, Remote Start, Sunroof, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air, XM Radio.




11 Chevy Malibu LT


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



11 Chevy 1/2 Ton Crew 4x4



12 GMC Acadia SLT AWD 12 Chevy Suburban 4x4

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

Leather Heated Power Seats, Power Windows & Locks, Aluminum Wheels.

Power Seat, TV/DVD, Power Sunroof, Heated Leather, CD Stereo, Alloy Wheels, Air.






Power Windows & Locks, Tilt, Cruise, CD Stereo, Air.

Power Seat, Power Windows & Locks, Tilt, Cruise, Remote Start, CD Stereo, Air.

12 Chevy Cruze LT

Power Windows & Locks, Tilt, Cruise, CD Stereo, Air.

12 Chevy Impala LT

11 Chevy HHR LT

11 Chevy Impala LT







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Holmes County Shopper, June 7, 2012  

Weekly newspaper covering Holmes County, Ohio. Published by Dix Communications

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