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GARRETT — G.S.B. Financial Corp, parent company of the Garrett State Bank, recently announced the appointment of William “Bill” Yoder to serve on the boards of both the holding company and the bank. “Yoder Ford and Bill Yoder have been fixtures in northeast Indiana for over half a century, and like the Garrett State Bank, is committed to the prosperity of this region,” said Mark Fogt, president and CEO of the Garrett State Bank.

“His strong family values and knowledge of the auto and financing industries will bring great value to our organization. We are very pleased to have someone with Bill’s character; success and experience join our Board Yoder of Directors,” Fogt said. Yoder has been a resident of Garrett since 1956 when his father,

Ernie Yoder established Yoder Ford in Garrett. Yoder started working full time in the dealership in 1971, and became dealer principal upon his father’s retirement in 1981. Yoder Ford is an award-winning dealership, recognized for customer service and satisfied buyers. “Yoder Ford has enjoyed a successful business relationship with the Garrett State Bank for over 57 years, and I am honored to be selected as a board member

GARRETT — A brief groundbreaking for the Garrett Public Library expansion will be at 10 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 5. There will be bagpipe music in honor of the Carnegie heritage and light refreshments will be served.

Tri Kappa nut fundraiser begins GARRETT — Tri Kappa Sorority is offering pecans, cashews and peanuts for the holidays as part of its annual fundraiser. Mammoth pecan halves and whole, jumbo cashews in 1-pound bags cost $10 apiece; a 1-pound bag of double dipped chocolate covered peanuts or honey roasted peanuts costs $6. All nuts can be frozen. Pre-orders will be taken through Oct. 18, with delivery expected the week before Thanksgiving. Proceeds from this fundraiser benefit activities in Garrett. Contact Amy Demske at 357-5165 or 357-0590 or any Tri Kappa member to place your order.

Garden club seeks fresh pine branches GARRETT — The Garrett Garden Club will be cleaning out the downtown planters soon. Members will be decorating for winter early in November and will be in need of fresh pine branches. Anyone planning to cut down or trim a pine tree or evergreen shrub in late October is asked to contact The Flower Pot at 357-0052 to arrange for pick up.

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Dozens of farmers and friends gathered Tuesday to help with a community harvest for Garry Thrush. Wet weather conditions postponed the cutting until Wednesday.

Friends, family join in community harvest Wet conditions delay work for a day By Sue Carpenter scarpenter@kpcmedia.com GARRETT — Dozens of farmers waited until noon for Tuesday’s fog to lift. But the sun didn’t get the message. Larry Kummer organized a community effort to help Butler Township farmer Garry Thrush, who was diagnosed with leukemia and is undergoing chemotherapy. The group met at Custer Grain Co. near Garrett for lunch at noon Tuesday, standing in the doorway to check the skies for a glimpse of sunshine. But a reluctant sun and wet conditions put their plans on hold until Wednesday, weather permitting. Kummer sent letters to area farmers asking them to offer their equipment and time, “and most importantly, their personal thoughts and prayers for fellow

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A farmer dumps a load of soybeans from his combine Wednesday on S.R. 8 east of Garrett. Using 12 combines and three semi trucks, dozens of farmers helped harvest 400 acres of soybeans for local farmer Garry Thrush, who is undergoing chemotherapy treatment. farmer Garry Thrush.” Kummer rounded up 11 combines, three semi trucks, wagons and dozens of workers to help bring in nearly 400 acres of soybeans Thrush farms on a cash/ rent basis.

of the bank,” said Yoder. “I look forward to performing those duties to the best of my abilities.” Yoder is a graduate of Garrett High School and received a Bachelor’s of Science in Marketing from Michigan State University. He is married to Ethel (Finn) Yoder and they have two children Erica (Yoder) Jamison of Huntertown and Dr. Jeff Yoder, an Yoder, Page 8

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This basket of railroad-related items will be given away as a door prize at Sunday’s Caboose Festival in Garrett. Current and new members of the Garrett Historical Society are eligible for the drawing.

GARRETT — Garrett’s first Caboose Festival is planned Sunday, Oct. 6 from 1-4 p.m. at Heritage Park, located at N. Randolph and West Railroad streets, just north of the Herb Kleeman Underpass. The free family event includes crafts, activities, food and games. Visit the Historical Society Museum from 2-4 p.m. where a collection of railroad and historical memorabilia are on display, including a mail and baggage car, watchman’s shanty, a C & O caboose, gift shop and model railroad layout on the lower level. The vent is free and made possible through a grant from the Wyatt Foundation, Garrett Parks & Recreation Authority and the Garrett Historical Society and Model Railroad Club.

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The Thrush family asked the group to concentrate on four tracts of soybeans just south and east of Garrett, amounting to about 400 acres. Soybeans from these Harvest, Page 8

Groundbreaking ceremony held for new horse barn AUBURN — The DeKalb County Fair Association Friday broke ground on a new horse barn on the fairgrounds on South Union Street. The ceremony came near the end of a week filled with activities at the fairgrounds during the DeKalb County Free Fall Fair. The fair association will demolish its existing horse barn and construct a 27,389-square-foot building with a 4,802-square-foot attached canopy area. The new building will occupy the south end of the site of the existing horse arena. The project will turn the horse arena 90 degrees, so it will run east-to-west. The horse barn will have a dirt floor so it can be used for other activities such as antique tractor pulls, garden tractor pulls, rodeos or winter horse shows. People representing some of the project’s lead donors took part in Friday’s groundbreaking ceremony, including Peg Yoder of the DeKalb County Community Foundation, Ted Miller of the Butler American Legion post and Rick and Vicki James. Other lead donors include the Cole Foundation, Daryle Doden Family, The Andersons, DeKalb 4-H Council, Becks Superior Hybrids, Salamonie Mills, Foley Pattern, Richard and Ellen Stahly, Jackie and Heath Hook, DeKalb Horse and Pony Club, Rocky Squire, Bunge and the Ron Hefty Family.

Coffee with a Cop program to begin GARRETT — The Garrett Police Department will begin a new program next week aimed at improving communications between officers and the citizens they serve. Coffee with a Cop will be held at the Cup of Blessing, located at the corner of Randolph and Keyser streets in downtown Garrett. The program will initially be held on a monthly basis, hosted by Chief Keith Hefner, who will introduce a new topic and a new officer each month. The first meeting will be Wednesday, Oct. 9 at 8:30 a.m. where Hefner and Detective Tara Smurr will offer suggestions on securing personal property. The program is intended to provide the public with a non-confrontational forum in which the police department and citizens can share information, air complaints, offer suggestions or simply laugh, talk and share some good coffee and fellowship. The community is invited to share in this fun, informative meeting.

Coffee with a Cop meetings will begin Oct. 9 at Cup of Blessing in Garrett. Police Chief Keith Hefner, left, and Det. Tara Smurr will host the first session to discuss securing personal property.

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LOCAL NEWS Karaoke at Garrett Eagles Friday GARRETT — R & V Sound Karaoke will be at the Garrett Eagles Friday from 8-11 p.m. The event is open to the public. The Eagles home is at 220 S. Randolph St.

Live music at Legion Friday GARRETT — Guitarist Rod Bowers will provide music at the Garrett American Legion Post 178 Friday from 8-11 p.m. The event is free and open to the public. The Legion is located at 515 W. Fifth Ave. Visit garrettamericanlegion.com for more information.

Legion Auxiliary hosting bazaar GARRETT — The Garrett American Legion Auxiliary is sponsoring a bazaar Saturday, Nov. 2 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the post, 515 W.Fifth Ave. Profits from the event go to the Children and Youth and Veterans funds. For vendor information, contact Rosey Newman at 260-226-0290 or rosey. newman@frontier.com, or Barbara Parker at 260-4904374.

Legion hosting euchre tourney GARRETT — Garrett American Legion Post 178 is hosting a euchre tournament Saturday, Oct. 19. Registration is at 1 p.m. with play to begin at 2 p.m. Contact the Post for details at 357-5133 or Scott Wilson at 357-3729.

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Foundation awards literacy grants AUBURN — Members of Mother Goose on the Loose, the Community Foundation of DeKalb County’s literacy giving circle, recently awarded $4,000 in grants to support local literacy programs. “Every year I’m amazed by the number of worthwhile programs designed to improve children’s and adults’ literacy skills,” said one of the members of the circle. Grants awarded include: • $450 Auburn Presbyterian Church for Tuesday Kids in the Neighborhood after school enrichment program; • $550 Country Meadow Elementary School to purchase Patricia Polacco books that will be involved in a 10-week study course and Annual Dinner Theater 2014; • $650 Eckhart Public Library A.T.L.A.S. (At The Library After School) program for K-5 grade students and the “Charlie’s Chapters” book club; • $550 Garrett Public Library to increase the selection of children’s audio books; • $400 Judy A. Morrill Early Education Center to purchase books

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Kay Finchum, Kathy Koch, Kathie Swaim and Phyllis Perry meet to review grant proposals for the community foundation’s DeKalb Literacy Fund. The women are members of the Mother Goose on the Loose giving circle that supports the literacy fund. for Infant Room, Toddler Room, and Preschool Room; • $300 St. Joseph Catholic School and St. Martin’s Soup Kitchen for various gardening books for students

and community to complement community garden project; and • $550 Waterloo Elementary PTO for annual Christmas book project The Mother Goose on the Loose

CROP Walk to fight hunger set for Sunday, Oct. 13 AUBURN — The 11th annual area Church World Service CROP Hunger Walk will take place Oct. 13 at the Eckhart Public Library Park, 603 S. Jackson St., Auburn. Walker registration begins at 1:30 p.m. The walk begins at 2 p.m. and follows either a one-mile or three-mile route as participants choose. Those attending are encouraged to make financial donations. As in previous years, 25 percent of money raised will benefit local food relief efforts. This year’s recipients will be St. Martin’s Soup Kitchen in Garrett, The Friends’ Table at Auburn Presbyterian Church, the food pantry at Butler United Methodist Church and the Boomerang Backpack Program. Boomerang Backpack sends weekend food home with elementary students who otherwise would be hungry. Participants are encouraged to bring nonperishable food items for distribution to local food pantries. Every year, more than 2 million people across the United States participate in Crop Hunger Walks to alleviate hunger caused

by famine, war, natural disasters and economic hardship around the world and at home. For the past several years, DeKalb County has ranked among the most generous counties in Indiana and Kentucky supporting CROP Hunger Walk, and has raised $120,000 to help struggling people. Nationwide, over the past 20 years more than $295 million has been raised. The walk will take place rain or shine. People of all ages are encouraged to participate, including families with children in strollers and teams of walkers from churches, businesses, and clubs. Those unable to walk are invited to come out and cheer the walkers. In advance of the event, people are asked to support the walk with their donations. Checks should be made out to Church World Service/CROP, and given to walkers who will turn in money collected on walk day. Contributions also may be mailed to the event’s treasurers, Susan and Jerry Korchyk, 1305 Ashwood Drive, Auburn, IN 46706. Walkers may register

and make donations online by going to churchworld service.org, clicking on “CROP Hunger Walk” and selecting “Find a WALK.” Next, select Indiana and the DeKalb County CROP Hunger Walk. This year’s CROP Hunger Walk has been expanded to include all of northeast Indiana. Last year local CROP walkers raised $16,000. The local CROP Walk Coordinator is the Rev. Betty J. Sivis, pastor of First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), Auburn. The Auburn Rotary Club, Eckhart Public Library and local Boy Scouts have helped to coordinate the event. Music during registration will be provided by the First United Methodist Church, Auburn. CROP Hunger Walks are organized under the umbrella of Church World Service. Since the end of World War II, the organization has helped countries worldwide in the forms of food, medical supplies, shelter assistance, blankets, seeds, tools and school supplies. For more information, contact Sivis at 925-2798, or ajada5@hotmail.com.

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giving circle was created in 2003 by five women with a passion for literacy. Their goal was to create a $50,000 permanent fund, the DeKalb Literacy Fund, to promote literacy for people for all ages. The giving circle founders invited like-minded people to support the fund which has grown to $94,000 in permanent assets and 60 members. The newest grants bring the total awarded by the DeKalb Literacy Fund to 69 grants valued at over $40,000. More than 17,000 local children and adults have been touched by the grants. “The Community Foundation couldn’t be prouder of the giving circle, the passion of its founders and all its members, and the giving circle members’ success in building a permanent fund to support literacy,” said Wendy Oberlin, executive director of the community foundation. Membership in the giving circle is open to anyone with an interest in helping children and adults improve their reading and writing skills. Contact Wendy Oberlin or Judy Sorg at the community foundation at (260) 925-0311 for more information.

POLICE NEWS Officers arrest 12 AUBURN — Local police officers arrested 12 people Friday through Sunday, according to DeKalb County Jail records. Damon Hornett, 36, of the 400 block of East Quincy Street, Garrett, was arrested Friday at 5:20 p.m. by the Auburn Police Department on charges of battery and public intoxication, Class B misdemeanors. Austin Letourneau, 20, of North Manchester was arrested Saturday at 4:11 a.m. by the Auburn Police Department on a charge of of illegal possession, consumption or transportation of alcohol by a minor, a Class C misdemeanor. Andrew Biggs, 18, of Columbia City was arrested Saturday at 4:11 a.m. by the Auburn Police Department on a charge of illegal possession, consumption or transportation of alcohol by a minor, a Class C misdemeanor. Colton Letourneau, 18, of North Manchester was arrested Saturday at 4:25 a.m. by the Auburn Police Department on charges of illegal possession, consumption or transportation of alcohol by a minor, a Class C misdemeanor and operating a vehicle while intoxicated at the Class A and Class C misdemeanor levels. Rachel Everage, 25, of the 2200 block of South Calhoun Street, Fort Wayne, was arrested Saturday at 4:14 a.m. by the Auburn Police Department on charges of operating a vehicle while intoxicated at the Class A and Class C misdemeanor levels. Zakkary Swick, 20, of the 500 block of Seneca Court, Auburn, was arrested Saturday at 7:10 a.m. by the Garrett Police Department on charges of operating a vehicle while intoxicated at the Class A and Class C misdemeanor levels and illegal possession, consump-

tion or transportation of alcohol by a minor, a Class C misdemeanor. Donald E. Shannon, 31, of the 600 block of East Union Street, Waterloo, was arrested Saturday at 6:27 a.m. by the Waterloo Marshal’s Department on a charge of battery resulting in bodily injury, a Class A misdemeanor. Raymond J.K.R.B. Park, 19, of the 600 block of East Union Street, Waterloo, was arrested Saturday at 7:58 a.m. by the Waterloo Marshal’s Department on a charge of battery resulting in bodily injury, a Class A misdemeanor. Max Fugate, 40, of the 800 block of Pearse Street, Auburn, was arrested Saturday at 4:07 p.m. by the Auburn Police Department on charges of dealing methamphetamine, a Class A felony; possession of methamphetamine, a Class C felony; possession of precursors and possession of paraphernalia, Class D felonies; and possession of marijuana less than 30 grams and possession of paraphernalia, Class A misdemeanors. April Smazenko, 31, of the 7000 block of Terry Lake Estates, Hamilton, was arrested Saturday at 7:25 p.m. by the DeKalb County Sheriff’s Department on charges of battery resulting in bodily injury, invasion of privacy and aggressive driving, all Class A misdemeanors; and two counts of neglect of a dependent, a Class D felony. Scott Shirk, 18, of the 100 block of South 7th Street, Garrett, was arrested Sunday at 12:51 a.m. by the Garrett Police Department on a charge of disorderly conduct, a Class B misdemeanor. Rusty R. Resor, 31, of the 7600 block of Hollopeter Road, Leo, was arrested Sunday at 4:19 a.m. by the Auburn Police Department on charges of public intoxication, a Class B misdemeanor.

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Library groundbreaking Garrett Public Library will celebrate the beginning of its library expansion with a short ceremony on Saturday at 10 a.m. Light refreshments will be served, and bagpipes will be played in honor of the Carnegie heritage.

Make your own household products Patrons can share recipes and ideas for making homemade beauty and household cleaning products Thursday, Oct. 10, at 6:30 p.m. Call the library at 357-4585 or stop by to register.

Hunting courses Hunting education courses will be provided by the Indiana Department of Natural Resources this Saturday and on Saturday, Oct. 12, from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. To earn a hunter’s certification, guests must attend both classes. Register online at in.gov/dnr/ or at the library.

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The Purdue Extension Office will lead a program on resume writing and tips Thursday, Oct. 17, at 6:30 p.m.

Adult ceramics class offered at Garrett High School GARRETT — An eight-week continuing education ceramics class will be held beginning Wednesday, Oct. 30, from 6-9 p.m. in the new Garrett High School art room. The class will run Thursday, Nov. 7, 14 and 21, Monday, Nov. 25, and Thursday, Dec. 5, 12 and 19. The class will be taught by art teacher Mark Ober. The fee for the class is $50. Clay must be purchased

separately at $10-$15 per 25-pound bag. Checks or money orders should be made payable to Garrett High School. A limited assortment of classroom glazes is included in the fee, as well as the firing of all pieces made during class. For more information, contact guidance secretary Lori Wisel at 357-4114 or Ober at mober@gkb.k12. in.us.

GARRETT ALUMNI NEWS GHS Class of 1941 meets AUBURN — The Garrett High School Class of 1941 met Thursday, Sept. 12 at Cracker Barrel in Auburn. Classmates include Alelia (Anderson) Barry, Cleo (Smith) Talley and Wayne Custer, all of Garrett; Mary Jo (Redman) Putt of Angola; and Ruth (Soellinger) Richardson of Fort Wayne; and guest Connie Murphy. The next get-together will be Thursday, Oct. 10 at 11:30 a.m. at Shorty’s in Garrett.

Youth group to host scrapbooking fundraiser GARRETT — Garrett First Baptist Church Ministry is hosting an all-day scrapbooking event on Saturday, Oct. 26 from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Participants are invited to come and learn new techniques, organize photos, share ideas and chat with friends. Door prizes and raffles will be held throughout the day. Cost is $30 for full day from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. including snacks, lunch and dinner. Drinks are included with meals. Additional soft

Democrat JJ Dinner is Oct. 26 AUBURN — The DeKalb County Democrats’ annual Jefferson-Jackson Dinner will be held Saturday, Oct. 26, at the Garrett County Club, 401 N. Walsh St. State Superintendent of Public Instruction Glenda Ritz will serve as keynote speaker. Mike Claytor, candidate for state auditor, Third Congressional district candidate Justin Kuhnle and candidate for Indiana House District 52 Charlie Odier will also be in attendance. Doors will open at 5 p.m. with a social hour and cocktails. Dinner will be served at 6 p.m. Tickets are $30 each, two for $50 or a table of eight for $200. Tickets can be purchased by calling 645-0116, 337-5466, 750-7086, 908-6051 or 837-3281.

drinks and water will be available for purchase. Cost id $15 for half-day, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. or from 3-9 p.m. including either lunch or dinner. Registration is due by Oct. 21 at the church, 1357 S. Randolph St., Garrett, by phone at 357-9635 or by email at marcellacarroll@ hotmail.com.

Betty McDaniel AUBURN — Betty Jane (Collins) McDaniel, 90, of Auburn died Monday, Sept., 30, 2013, at Lutheran Hospital in Fort Wayne. Services will be at 11 a.m. Friday at Feller and Clark Funeral Home, Auburn, with visitation from 10–11 a.m. Friday prior to the service at the funeral home. The Rev. Ron Stambaugh will officiate. Burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery in Auburn. Visitation will also be from 2–4 and 6–8 p.m. Thursday at the funeral home. Memorials may be directed to the Feller and Clark Funeral Home to help with funeral expenses.

Judy Fisher PLEASANT LAKE – Judy E. (Riddle) Fisher, 68, of Pleasant Lake, died Monday Sept. 30, 2013, from injuries sustained in an automobile accident. Services will be 11 a.m. Saturday at Auburn Alliance Church, 805 Old Brick Road, Auburn, with visitation from 10–11 a.m. Saturday prior to the service at the church. Pastor Shaun DuFault will be officiating. Burial will be in Circle Cemetery in rural Hudson. Visitation will also be from 2–4 and 6–8 p.m. Friday at Feller and Clark Funeral Home, 1860 S.

Center St., Auburn. Memorials may be directed to the Child Evangelism Fellowship.

Charlyene Hall SOUTH MILFORD — Charlyene Hall, 82, of South Milford died Thursday, Sept. 26, 2013, at home. Funeral services will be today, Oct. 3 at 11 a.m. at South Milford United Methodist Church with one hour of visitation before the funeral. Officiating the funeral service will be Pastor Donna Holcomb. Burial will be at Brushy Chapel Cemetery in LaGrange County. Preferred memorials may be made to the South Milford United Methodist Church or Parkview Noble Hospice. Hite Funeral Home in Kendallville is handling arrangements.

Keith Anderson STURGIS, Mich. — Keith D. Anderson, 79, of Sturgis, Mich. died Saturday, Sept. 28, 2013, at his home. A memorial service will be held at 3 p.m. today, Oct. 3 at the First Presbyterian Church in Sturgis. The Rev. Michael Wicks will officiate. Full military honors will be conferred by Captain John Kelley Post #1355 VFW and the U.S. Army

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All of Cindy DeWitt’s children and grandchildren attended Miller’s Merry Manor’s resident and family cookout on August 29. Everyone enjoyed an old-fashioned family cookout and wagon rides provided by the DeKalb County Horseman’s Association.

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Fall Fest 2013 The free Fall Fest is Saturday, Oct. 26, from 1-4 p.m. at Feick Park. The DeKalb Horseman’s Association will provide horse and wagon rides. A small dog dash is planned at 1 p.m. and costume parade for kids at 2 p.m. Music will be provided by the Jay Fox Band. Other activities include a bounce house, gaming trailer, games, snacks and activities provided by local organizations.

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Honor Guard. The Hackman Family Funeral Homes, Sturgis, is handling arrangements. Memorials are to Hospice of Sturgis, P.O. Box 126, Sturgis, MI 49091 or Pet Haven, P.O. Box 853, Sturgis, MI 49091.

Roy Hall SOUTH MILFORD — Roy Y. Hall, 88, of South Milford, died Sunday, Sept. 29, 2013, at home. Funeral services will be today, Oct. 3, at 11 a.m. at South Milford United Methodist Church with an hour of visitation before the funeral. Officiating the funeral service will be Pastor Donna Holcomb. Burial with military honors will be at Brushy Chapel Cemetery, LaGrange County. Military honors will be conducted by members of the honor guard teams of Kendallville VFW Post #2749 and Rome City American Legion Post #381. Preferred memorials may be made to South Milford

United Methodist Church or Parkview Noble Hospice. Hite Funeral Home in Kendalliville is handling arrangements.

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Saturday, Oct. 5, 2013 at 10:00 AM Location: 1704 South Road, Garrett Directions: Take 327 to Garrett, IN, then go east on Quincy St. 9 blocks to stop sign. Then left to South Road. Go east 7 blocks on South Road to auction site. * Trucks * Tools * Trailer * Furniture * 2002 Chevy 2500 4x4 HD 4 door 150k miles, 6.0 motor, never seen snow; 1985 Chevy 1/2 ton 4x4 with Western blade and salter, 10k on ground up restoration rebuild 355 motor; 2005 Cargo Mate 20’enclosed trailer with aluminum wheels, finished inside with cabinets; hoist, 9000 2 post superior; 2600 PSI power washer w/Honda motor; fertilizer spreader; Yard Machine 5.5 hp snow blower; 4.5 hp 21” mulcher & bagger mower; weed trimmer; wheelbarrow; patio/deck propane heater; kerosene heater; 45000 Dynaglo heater; fishing poles; creepers; several metal cabinets; many repair manuals; garden tools; brooms; (4) squirrel cage fans; motor stand; 2 wheel dolly; several floor jacks; garden hose; parts washer; battery charging system for 12 batteries; shop chairs; bathroom cleaning supplies; wiring & vacuum hose rack; recover/ recycle/recharging Snap-On Eco Reclaimer w/14 hrs; strut compressor; transmission holder for floor jack; wire ties; drop cords; R-134 30 lb. freon w/gages; retractable lights; several fire extinguisher; air hose & reels; keys; fuses; light bulbs; bolt bin w/fine thread, course & metric; misc. electrical terminal ends; (2) 5 gal. clean fluid; hydraulic oil; driveway coating; barrel pumps; grease guns; Reese hitches w/stabilizer; hydraulic jacks; funnels; yard sprayers; tie down straps; locks; misc. garage supplies; several gas cans; hose clamps & break line w/holder; office supplies; new heater hose; ladders; propane tanks; jack stands; Matco tool box; wrenches; sockets; screwdrivers; pliers of all types; files; crescent wrenches; Makita 4” right angle grinder; Saws all; Matco R-134 gauge set; Matco diagnostic system; 235 pc. heat shrinking tubing set; timing light; 1/2 and 3/8 Matco torque wrenches; Makita cordless drill; brake tools; injector tester; Snap On spark plug tester; all kinds of pullers; glue guns w/glue; Matco ball joint spring set; Snap On tap & die set (like new); fuel line repair kit; 8 way slide hammer; Blue Point AC die kit; many bags of rags; clutch alignment tools; flaring kit; punches; chisels; drill bit sets; 225 amp Lincoln welder; fender covers; 5 hp upright air compressor; engine hoist; torch set w/tanks; bench drill press; Craftsman hacksaw; Makita chop saw; 6” bench grinder; tire hammer & misc. steel; welding helmets; conduit bender; level; large pinch bars; misc. car parts; tarps; lighted sign; outside air pump. * Household * Collectibles * Furniture * Budweiser pieces; NASCAR stand ups; Jeff Gordon lamp; many cars and hats; Auburn Festival & racing posters; miscellaneous speakers; Sherwood stereo; sweepers; safe; roll around carts; side-by-side refrigerator/freezer; sign boards; 2 pc. bedroom suite – very nice; dressers; night stands; night stands w/lamps; couch; chairs; chair w/ ottoman; pictures; magazine rack; kids chairs; sleeping bags; small kitchen appliances; pots & pans; misc. kitchen items; corner cabinet w/ baseballs; shelves; TVs bench; metal desk; 12’x30’ blue indoor/outdoor carpet; magazines; Dell computer – 5 yrs. old; Canon all in one printer. Auctioneers Note: Jeff had run Krider Automotive for several years. Servicing the local community for auto repairs and working on race cars. He has sold his building and has no need for all these tools. TERMS: Statements made day of sale take precedence over printed material. Cash or good check w/proper ID. NO CREDIT CARDS. NO BUYERS PREMIUM. Visit our website www.hooverar.com for photos. Call Dennis for more details at 1-260-704-1111.

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Southern Gospel quartet in concert GARRETT — The LeFevre Quartet Gospel group will be in concert Friday, Oct. 11 in the Garrett High School Performing Arts Center. Doors open at 6 p.m. with the concert at 7 p.m. In 1921, the original LeFevre Trio traveled and sang across the country, setting the standard for

Southern Gospel Music. For decades the LeFevres have turned out songs and singers, with award-winning music that allowed them to sing for presidents and dignitaries of the world. The group is now stronger than ever, bursting back on the scene in the new millennium. Within one year of formation, The LeFevre

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APOSTOLIC LIGHTHOUSE 109 S. Randolph St., Garrett Pastor Thomas Mann 517-617-1614 11 a.m. - Sunday Worship 7 p.m. - Thursday service ARK CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP Avilla Rev. Steve Wagner, Minister Phone 897-3627 SUNDAY 9 a.m.-Praise and Worship 10 a.m. - Message WEDNESDAY 6:30 p.m. - Kids Klub 6:30 p.m. - Youth Meeting 6:30 p.m. - Adult Bible Study CEDAR CREEK CHURCH of the BRETHREN PO Box 295 5952 C.R. 7, Garrett

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Email your legal! legals @ kpcmedia.com Call Kelly at 877-791-7877x182 for details NOTICE OF REAL PROPERTY TAX SALE DEKALB COUNTY INDIANA BEGINNING 10:00:00 AM, 10/30/2013 COURTHOUSE – COMMISSIONERS’ COURTROOM LOCAL TIME DEKALB COUNTY Pursuant to the laws of the Indiana General Assembly, notice is hereby given that the following described property is listed for sale for delinquent taxes and/or special assessments. The county auditor and county treasurer will apply on or after 10/11/2013 for a court judgment against the tracts or real property for an amount that is not less than the amount set out below and for an order to sell the tracts or real property at public auction to the highest bidder, subject to the right of redemption. Any defense to the application for judgment must be filed with the Dekalb County Circuit Court and served on the county auditor and treasurer before 10/11/2013. The court will set a date for a hearing at least seven (7) days before the advertised date of sale and the court will determine any defenses to the application for judgment at the hearing. The county auditor and the county treasurer are entitled to receive all pleadings, motions, petitions, and other filings related to the defense to the application for judgment. Such sale will be held on 10/30/2013 at the Courthouse – Commissioners’ Courtroom and that sale will continue until all tracts and real property have been offered for sale. Property will not be sold for an amount which is less than the sum of: (A) the delinquent taxes and special assessments on each tract or item of real property; and (B) the taxes and special assessments on the real property that are due and payable in the year of the sale, whether or not they are delinquent; and (C) all penalties due on the delinquencies, and (D) an amount prescribed by the county auditor that equals the sum of: (1) twenty-five($25) for postage and publication costs; and (2) any other costs incurred by the county that are directly attributable to the tax sale; and (E) any unpaid costs due under IC 6-1.1-24-2(b) from a prior tax sale; and No property listed below shall be sold if, at any time before the sale, the Total Amount for Judgment is paid in full. If the real property is sold in the tax sale, the amount required to redeem such property will be 110% of the minimum bid for which the tract or real property was offered at the time of sale, as required by IC 6-1.124-5 if redeemed not more than six (6) months after the date of sale, or 115% of the minimum bid for which the tract or real property was offered at the time of sale, as required by IC 6-1.1-24-5 if redeemed more than six (6) months after the date of sale, plus the amount by which the purchase price exceeds the minimum bid on the real property plus ten percent (10%) per annum on the amount by which the purchase price exceeds the minimum bid on the property. All taxes and special assessments upon the property paid by the purchaser subsequent to the sale, plus 10% per annum interest on those taxes and special assessments, will also be required to be paid to redeem such property. In addition, IC 6-1.1-25-2 (e) states the total amount required for redemption may include the following costs incurred and paid by the purchaser or the purchaser’s assignee or the county before redemption: (1) The attorney’s fees and cost of giving notice under IC 6-1.1-25-4.5. (2) The costs of title search or examining and update the abstract of title for the tract or item of real property. The period of redemption shall expire on Thursday, October 30, 2014 for an initial offering. The period of redemption may expire Thursday, February 27, 2014 for certificates not sold. If the tract or item of real property is sold for an amount more than the minimum bid and the property is not redeemed, the owner of record of the property who is divested of ownership at the time the tax deed is issued may have a right to the tax sale surplus. The Auditor and Treasurer specifically reserve the right to withhold from the sale any parcel which has been listed in error, or which otherwise becomes ineligible for sale either prior to 10/30/2013 or during the duration of the sale. This notice of real property tax sale, and the tax sale itself are undertaken and will be conducted pursuant to the requirements of the laws of the State of Indiana which regulate the sale of land for delinquent taxes, pursuant to I.C. 6-1.1-24-1 et seq. The County does not warrant the accuracy of the street address or common description of the property, and a misstatement in the key number or street address does not invalidate an otherwise valid sale. Dated: 10/3/2013 Registration For Bidding On the Tax Sale: If you are interested in bidding on the tax sale for an Indiana county, you may register online at http://www. sri-taxsale.com/Tax/Indiana/Registration/. This registration is good for all counties that SRI services. You need to register only once for all counties. If you do not have access to a computer with internet service you may register the morning of the sale. Please arrive the morning of the tax sale at least 30 minutes before the beginning time to be assured you will receive your bid number before the start of the sale. Please bring your registration form and W9 form with you the morning of the tax sale. You will be able to print these forms from the registration web site. 171300002 01-09-27-305-004 $3,645.64 Madigan, Jean A. Holiday Lakes Sec A 24 Cottonwood Dr 171300003 01-09-27-305-005 $2,805.77 Madigan, Jean A. Holiday Lakes Sec A Cottonwood Dr 171300004 01-09-28-400-003 $2,649.85 Thrush, Todd D. NE Pt SE1/4 6841 County Road 7A

171300005 01-09-33-205-013 $134.73 Welch, Don B. & Mary L. Homewood Park (0.11 + 0.25 Acres R/W) West St 171300006 01-09-33-206-005 $885.42 Kendall, Donald R. & Martha B. Homewood Park W40’ (0.08 + 0.11 Acres R/W) Maple Dr 171300007 01-09-33-206-006 $133.95 Zimmerman, Donald & Ruth A. Homewood Park E 40’ (0.02 + 0.11 Acres R/W) Maple Dr 171300008 01-09-33-206-007 $710.45 Clauss, Phillip Charles Homewood Park W 40’ (0.02 + 0.11 Acres R/W) Maple Dr 171300009 01-09-33-206-009 $799.11 Clauss, Phillip Charles Homewood Park W40’(0.02 + 0.11 Acres R/W) Maple Dr 171300010 01-09-33-208-007 $249.00 Mounger, Carter J. & Betty L. Homewood Park (0.22 + 0.10 Acres R/W) Caroline Blvd 171300011 01-09-33-227-001 $260.41 Ade, Henry E. Homewood Park (0.10 + 0.22 Acres R/W) North St 171300012 01-09-33-231-006 $249.00 Belt, Zellow C. Homewood Park (0.04 + 0.22 Acres R/W) Maple Dr 171300013 01-09-36-203-007 $10,451.61 Kooistra, Michelle L Timberline Estates Sec 2, 2nd Amend Plat Lot 9b 6950 Daisy St 171300014 01-09-36-400-012 $175.61 Birkhold, Keith T. & Jennifer L. Glenview Add S 18.45’ X 607.81’ County Road 427 171300015 01-09-36-400-013 $5,337.18 Birkhold, Keith T. & Jennifer L. E1/2 SE1/4 7236 County Road 427 171300016 02-11-16-100-008 $6,371.95 Mooney, Philbert A Pt E1/2 Nw1/4 County Road 58 171300020 03-01-23-200-012 $892.60 Truelove, Wayne & Nora NE1/4 NE1/4 1973 County Road 14 171300021 03-01-31-300-018 $174.61 Wells, Oscar & Gladys K. Pt E Side SW1/4 US Highway 6 171300022 03-01-31-400-004 $167.35 Wells, Oscar Ray; Cox, Clara; & Muzzillo, Violet Tenants in common 1/3 int each Pt S End W1/2 Se1/4 US Highway 6 171300023 03-01-31-400-008 $4,741.61 Smith, Shelley K. Pt S End W1/2 Se1/4 0261 US Highway 6 171300024 03-01-31-400-016 $312.04 Shull, Anna M. Pt E1/2 Se1/4 0331 US Highway 6 171300025 03-01-31-400-018 $208.88 Smith, Shelley K. Wells Sub Div Triangle Se Corner US Highway 6 171300026 03-01-31-400-023 $395.61 Smith, Shelley K. Wells SubDiv Pt Of Lot US Highway 6 171300027 04-03-02-100-007 $2,208.81 Peel, Don In Mid Pt Nw1/4 0124 County Road 65A 171300028 04-03-02-100-008 $1,403.01 Ball, Jerry W. & Maureen In Mid Pt NW1/4 0166 County Road 65A 171300029 04-03-02-100-009 $2,713.06 Keegan, Jeffrey A. & Amy S. In Mid Pt Nw1/4 0190 County Road 65A 171300030 04-03-02-100-010 $221.41 Ball, Fred F & Iva L Pt Mid Pt NW 1/4 County Road 65A 171300031 04-03-02-300-016 $341.07 Chorpenning, John & Norma Ne Pt W3/4 Sw1/4 State Road 1 171300033 04-03-29-400-004 $1,610.16 Myers, Timothy & Rachel Pt E1/2 Se1/4 1964 County Road 55 171300034 05-06-02-351-001 $3,097.63 Dangler, Pamela In E Side W1/2 Sw1/4 2792 County Road 41 171300035 05-06-02-351-003 $6,710.44 Dangler, Rex A. & Pamela S. In Sw Cor Sw1/4 4065 County Road 28 171300036 05-06-03-200-001 $1,598.49 Morgan, Christine Clark N Pt W Pt Ne1/4 3802 County Road 24 171300037 05-06-03-476-001 $381.27 Modernair Corp. Pt Se1/4 Se1/4 E Railroad St 171300038 05-06-03-476-002 $423.56 Modernair Corp. Pt Se1/4 Se1/4 E Railroad St 171300039 05-06-03-477-001 $693.20 Dangler, Rex A. & Pamela S. In E1/2 Se1/4 E Douglas St 171300040 05-06-03-477-002 $649.27 Dangler, Rex A. & Pamela S. In Se1/4 Se1/4 County Road 28 171300041 06-10-01-100-008 $5,298.61 Burnett, Karen Powell’s Safe Haven Sec II Replat of Lot 2 ( 5.64 + .46 acres R/W ) 5046 County Road 45 171300042 06-10-05-377-003 $662.64 James L. Witmer, Inc. Pt Sw1/4 County Road 52 171300043 06-10-08-100-004 $2,041.57 Kovas, Frank Pt Of Se1/4 Nw1/4 5446 County Road 29 171300046 07-09-01-300-014 $1,260.07 Duguid, Steven R. Sw Cor Sw1/4 2011 County Road 52 171300047 07-09-06-400-001 $4,497.31 McCartney, Daniel L. & Tammy M. Pt W1/2 Se1/4 0251 County Road 52 171300051 08-12-06-305-002 $159.40 Crothers, Mickey A. Pt Sw1/4 Summer St 171300052 08-12-31-300-008 $1,336.70 Vandyke, Elia B. Elia Acres (4.182 + 0.825 Acres R/W) 7225 County Road 72 171300053 09-05-01-126-028 $206.32 Barrett, James T. & Dana J. Ne Cor E1/2 Nw1/4 US Highway 6 171300054 09-05-04-300-006 $2,106.53 Zollman, Steven Lee & Debra Pt Sw1/4 Sw1/4 0869 County Road 28 171300057 10-02-03-100-008 $7,087.06 Mcmaken, Daniel D. & Tamara Pt N Frl Nw1/4 0171 County Road 35 171300058 10-02-07-200-008 $226.23 Logan, Diane & Snyder, Dave; Mike; Steve Snyder Add ( 1.67 + .33 acres R/W ) County Road 27 171300063 11-11-21-200-010 $696.21 Badman, Scott & Leisha Badman’s Place ( .965 + .173 acres R/W ) 6118 State Road 1 171300066 11-11-28-326-014 $316.25 Graber, Carl E. & Barbara M. Hidden Lakes Triangle Tract Nw Cor State Road 1 171300067 11-11-28-376-006 $1,542.13 Relyea, Terry L In Sw1/4 6833 Front St 171300068 11-11-33-104-018 $481.86 Farrell, Edward A. In Nw Pt Nw1/4 7000 State Road 1 171300069 11-11-33-105-006 $9,068.60 Graves, Paul W1/2 Nw1/2 Aka 30x30’ Spencervill Op Pt Of Lot 34 5669 Pearl St 171300070 11-11-33-107-010 $1,066.23 Douglas, Glennis Jean In (5x8rds) Nw1/4 6959 State Road 1 171300071 11-11-34-400-007 $456.29 Liechty, Marianne E. Pt Of E1/2 Se1/4 County Road 63 171300074 12-08-29-100-006 $1,358.50 Butler, Robert pt NW1/4 NW1/4 County Road 75 171300075 12-08-32-200-001 $2,945.98 Smith, Ryan M. Mid Pt NE1/4 4619 County Road 79A 171300076 12-08-32-400-007 $787.53 Burnett, Karen (Leota D. Ward LL) Pt SE1/4 County Road 79A 171300077 12-08-32-400-008 $795.33 Burnett, Karen K. Ward, Leota D. (LL) Pt Ne1/4 County Road 79A 171300078 13-04-16-100-005

$1,325.70 Mitsch, Randall E. & Kelly D. Pt Ne Cor Nw1/4 8165 County Road 4A 171300079 13-04-17-400-007 $230.34 Ulm, Bruce E. & Debbie L. , Tenants By The Entiretie Nickolson Acres Sec II (2.83 + 0.17 Acres R/W) County Road 79 171300080 14-06-26-100-011 $2,732.28 Heffley, Chad N (Und 1/2); (Und 1/2) Heffley, Michael N & Lois Diane Pt Nw1/4 4153 County Road 40A 171300081 14-06-27-200-006 $3,554.18 JP Morgan Chase Bank Pt NE1/4 3936 County Road 40A 171300082 15-07-05-400-007 $1,073.35 Gibson, Benton & Judy Et Al Pt E1/2 Se1/4 2801 County Road 55 171300083 15-07-06-400-005 $386.40 Clark, Gloria E. Nw Pt Se1/4 2722 County Road 49 171300084 15-07-10-300-006 $1,362.81 West, John & Ann Pt S Side Sw1/4 3251 County Road 59 171300085 15-07-11-176-003 $677.54 Anderson, Wayde Pt E1/2 NW1/4 (Tract 3) 429 Walnut St 171300087 15-07-13-300-002 $1,857.78 Lung, James Ronald Jr. & Brennen Joint Tenant (Lung, Carol; LL) Pt Sw1/4 Sw1/4 3633 State Road 1 171300088 15-07-14-400-006 $1,683.88 Kuhn, Justin & Heather R. N Pt E 120a Se1/4 3512 State Road 1 171300089 15-07-18-400-013 $966.03 Oberlin, Michael A. & Jeanette M. Pt E1/2 Se1/4 County Road 49 171300090 15-07-32-400-005 $1,399.07 Anderson, Wayde C Pt W1/2 SE1/4 5478 State Road 8 171300091 16-05-33-354-012 $208.73 Claxton, Craig D. & Patricia A. Rich & Cady’s Add W Quincy St 171300092 16-05-33-377-001 $722.36 Merren, Helen L. Pt Se1/4 Se1/4 Includes 104’ W Side Lot 5 Yardes Outlet W Quincy St 171300093 16-05-33-377-003 $197.04 Merren, Helen L. In Sw1/4 (50x152’) Sw1/4 W Quincy St 171300094 16-05-33-377-004 $139.62 Merren, Helen L. Pt E1/2 (13x152’) Sw1/4 W Quincy St 171300095 16-05-33-377-005 $118.73 Merren, Helen L. E Pt E1/2 (87x132’) Sw1/4 1104 W Quincy St 171300096 16-05-33-377-007 $107.48 unknown Yardes Out Lots W Quincy St 171300097 16-05-33-377-008 $107.48 unknown Yardes Out Lots W Quincy St 171300098 16-05-33-377-009 $1,046.89 Davis, Cris A. Pt Se1/4 Sw1/4 1002 W Quincy St 171300099 16-05-33-377-021 $332.82 Davis, Cris A. Pt Se 1/4 Sw 1/4 W Quincy St 171300100 16-09-04-101-004 $2,570.20 Shultz, Odessie A. R Add 1409 W Quincy St 171300101 16-09-04-127-016 $388.87 Bunn, Wayne Franklin & Susan Kay In NE Cor NW1/4 N Union St 171300102 17-02-05-101-008 $1,601.02 Harr, Terry A. & Angela W. Op 204 E State St 171300104 17-02-05-104-006 $755.08 Sapp, Kenneth James Op 106 E Webster St 171300105 17-02-06-204-007 $1,034.63 Haver, Scott Op W1/2 & Pt Vac Alley Adj On S Side W Hobart St 171300106 17-02-06-226-008 $1,885.24 Loucks, James M. Op 216 W State St 171300107 17-02-06-226-009 $4,683.09 BNT, LLC by Taefi, Peter & Begin, Bruce Op 214 W State St 171300108 17-02-06-230-001 $6,600.28 M.E. & M.J., LLC III Op W State St 171300109 17-02-06-230-002 $31,882.25 M.E. & M.J., LLC III Op 124 W State St 171300110 17-02-06-230-003 $9,894.63 M.E. & M.J., LLC III W State St 171300111 17-02-06-233-038 $819.05 O’Dell, Jason L & Tessa A Op 310 S Gonser Ave 171300112 17-02-06-276-028 $421.34 Watts, Christian T Op E Triangular Pt & Pt Vac Alley Adj W Ruby St 171300113 17-02-06-276-029 $195.19 Watts, Christian T Op E Triangular Pt & Pt Vac Alley Adj W Ruby St 171300114 17-02-06-276-030 $2,000.38 Watts, Christian T Op Ex E 16.72’ Pt Vac Alley Adj 218 W Ruby St 171300117 18-06-29-152-008 $1,367.23 Carey, James J. Walnut View N Van Buren St 171300118 18-06-29-306-013 $1,537.94 Brumbaugh, Harry E. & Wilma J. & Brumbaugh, Daniel Scott Kuhlman’s Add N 32’ Ex W 7’ Douglas St 171300119 18-06-29-333-003 $794.55 Englehart, Drew Rainer & Headley’s Addition N Union St 171300120 18-06-29-351-012 $3,434.46 Turner, Richard R Western Add W 50’ 311 Michigan Ave 171300121 18-06-29-353-003 $1,529.49 Jacobs, Richard D Jr John Ralston’s Addition N 1/2 347 & 349 W 4th St 171300123 18-06-29-354-003 $602.60 Ketzenberger, James V. Mcfarland’s Add W 35’ 355 W 5th St 171300124 18-06-29-356-001 $2,299.86 Hess, Gerald L. & Patricia A. Western Add 508 N Van Buren St 171300125 18-06-29-357-005 $167.23 Scott, Bill D. & Candice S. Western Add 12’ Off S Side W1/2 W 4th St 171300127 18-06-29-391-007 $2,041.88 Mautner, Ronald Op E1/2 216 E 5th St 171300128 18-06-29-483-001 $3,769.65 Munk, Katherine Trustee Under Revocable Trust 5-22-99 Ford Place N 80’ 218 N Cleveland St 171300129 18-06-29-483-005 $1,248.31 Munk, Katherine Trustee Under Revocable Trust 5-22-99 Ford Place N 80’ N Cleveland St 171300130 18-06-30-503-016 $2,616.73 Brandon Street, LLC Pt SE1/4 W 5th St 171300131 18-06-31-227-004 $681.06 Leckner-Boyd, Holly & Boyd, Brian Tenants by the Entireties West View Add 523 W 7th St 171300132 18-06-31-227-007 $21,073.28 Leckner-Boyd, Holly & Boyd, Brian Ne1/4 515 W 7th St 171300133 18-06-31-229-001 $1,512.04 Hess, Gerald L. & Patricia A. West View 202 Fulton St 171300134 18-06-31-229-007 $474.68 Boyd, Brian & Leckner-Boyd, Holly Ne1/4 Fulton St 171300135 18-06-31-404-006 $3,325.11 Stonestreet, Robert J. S & S Oil Co. Courtney’s Add Lake Shore Dr 171300136 18-06-31-404-007 $8,736.64 S & S Oil Co. Courtney Add 821 Lake Shore Dr 171300137 18-06-31-404-008 $3,325.11 S & S Oil Co. Courtney Add Lake Shore Dr 171300138 18-06-31-404-009 $3,325.11 S & S Oil Co. Courtney Add Lake Shore Dr 171300139 18-06-31-404-010 $3,264.28 S & S Oil Co. Courtney Add Lake Shore Dr 171300140 18-06-31-404-011

$3,325.11 S & S Oil Co. Courtney Add Lake Shore Dr 171300141 18-06-31-404-012 $5,521.55 Stonestreet & Stonestreet Oil Co. Of Auburn Inc. Courtney’s Add Lake Shore Dr 171300142 18-06-31-404-013 $3,264.28 Stonestreet & Stonestreet Oil Co. Of Auburn, Inc. Courtney’s Add Lake Shore Dr 171300143 18-06-31-404-014 $3,264.28 Stonestreet & Stonestreet Oil Co. Of Auburn Inc. Courtney’s Add Lake Shore Dr 171300144 18-06-31-404-015 $3,264.28 Stonestreet & Stonestreet Oil Co. Of Auburn In. Courtney’s Add Lake Shore Dr 171300147 18-06-31-479-005 $629.76 Sayer, Stephen M & Brenda K A L K Add Dallas St 171300148 18-06-31-479-006 $755.21 Sayer, Stephen M & Brenda K A L K Add Dallas St 171300149 18-06-31-479-007 $755.21 Sayer, Stephen M & Brenda K A L K Add Dallas St 171300150 18-06-31-479-008 $1,335.00 Sayer, Stephen M & Brenda K A L K Add 702 Helen Ave 171300152 18-06-32-129-009 $345.72 Hines, Beecher D. & Lee Ann Hippensteel-Hines Op 1.1x51’ Off W Side By E Line W32’ W 10th St 171300154 18-06-32-181-004 $310.61 Draper, Kimberly L. Op W 18’ W 18th St 171300155 18-06-32-356-004 $4,077.87 Hess, Patricia A. J Ensley 1708 Sprott St 171300156 18-06-32-356-005 $2,623.22 Hess, Patricia A. J Ensley Add Sprott St 171300159 18-06-33-151-014 $156.25 Unknown Walter 2nd Add Plat 1 Zona Dr 171300160 18-06-33-200-010 $1,198.52 Graber Homes, Inc. Hunter Glen Sec I (common Area Block A State Road 8 171300161 18-06-33-200-011 $993.45 Graber Homes, Inc. Hunters Glen Sec I(common Area) Block B State Road 8 171300162 18-06-33-305-006 $1,566.36 Graber Homes, Inc. Valley Park Sec D N15’ Walker Ct 171300165 23-07-01-351-002 $10,862.05 Pawul, Michael & Melanie Egnew Add (61x120’) 317 N Broadway St 171300166 23-07-01-352-002 $12,335.64 Boyer, Steven J & Barbara J Egnew’s 2nd Addition 311 N Pearl St 171300167 23-07-01-353-001 $3,439.45 Ulm, Bruce E & Debbie L Egnew’s 3rd Add 309 N Canal St 171300168 23-07-01-353-003 $10,181.55 Perez, Gilbert Egnew’s 3rd Addition 308 E Liberty St 171300169 23-07-01-354-002 $2,586.65 Reeves, Tom E. Eg Add N Ash St 171300170 23-07-01-354-003 $2,586.65 Reeves, Tom E. Egnew’s Add And N1/2 Vac Alley N Ash St 171300171 23-07-01-359-013 $2,113.69 Engineered Materials, Inc. Eg Add E 10’ E Main St 171300172 23-07-01-359-014 $4,326.52 Engineered Materials, Inc. Eg Add E Main St 171300173 23-07-01-359-015 $264.38 Engineered Materials, Inc. Eg Add N1/2 1’ W 66’ E Main St 171300174 23-07-01-359-017 $4,417.54 Engineered Materials, Inc. Eg Add S1/2 101 N Pearl St 171300175 23-07-11-127-005 $2,860.34 Rowland HSU John Add (0.17 + 0.04 Acres R/W) 412 W Main St 171300177 23-07-11-127-013 $964.27 Kittle, Lavon F. Johns Add (0.17 + 0.04 Acres R/W) 411 W Oak St 171300178 23-07-11-129-009 $590.05 Keene, Burley Masons Add ( .15 + .10 acres R/W ) W Erie St 171300179 23-07-11-130-001 $3,971.96 Grose, Kelli % Kay Grose Mason Add N 73.5’(ex 625 Sq Ft ( .10 + .03 acres r/w ) W Erie St 171300180 23-07-11-130-003 $3,441.93 Grose, Kelli % Kay Grose Mason Add N 73.5’ ( .07 + .05 acres R/W ) W Erie St 171300181 23-07-11-130-004 $3,441.93 Grose, Kelli % Kay Grose Mason Add N 73.5’ ( .07 + .05 acres R/W ) W Erie St 171300182 23-07-11-130-005 $3,490.43 Grose, Kelli % Kay Grose Mason Add N Approx. 76’ ( .07 + .05 acres R/W ) W Erie St 171300183 23-07-11-130-006 $3,490.43 Grose, Kelli % Kay Grose Mason Add N Approx. 76’ ( .07 + .05 acres R/W ) W Erie St 171300184 23-07-11-130-007 $2,251.63 Grose, Kelli % Kay Grose Mason Add Nw Cor 30’X77.57’ ( .04 + .03 acres R/W ) W Erie St 171300185 23-07-11-130-008 $1,325.55 Grose, Kelli % Kay Grose Mason Add Pt (19’55 X46’4 ) ( .02 + .02 acres R/W ) W Erie St 171300186 23-07-11-130-009 $3,120.62 Grose, Kelli % Kay Grose Mason Add (46’4 X50’) ( .04 + .05 acres R/W ) W Erie St 171300187 23-07-11-130-010 $4,889.68 Grose, Kelli % Kay Grose Mason Add (46’4 X50’) ( .05 + .07 ACRES r/w ) W Erie St 171300188 23-07-11-180-013 $4,671.92 Betz-Marshall, Doris Revocable Trust Agreement Hellers Add ( .13 + .13 acres R/W ) S Federal Ave 171300189 23-07-11-180-014 $8,899.94 Betz-Marshall, Doris Revocable Trust Agreement Hellers Add ( .12 + .03 acres R/W ) 700 S Federal Ave 171300191 23-07-11-203-006 $9,275.41 Stephens, James R. Op 340 Depot St 171300192 23-07-11-203-009 $315.52 Engle, Jeremy S & Martha Jane Op E 16’ Depot St 171300193 23-07-11-203-010 $750.42 Engle, Jeremy S & Martha Jane Op W 59’ 326 Depot St 171300194 23-07-11-205-019 $3,464.79 Dotson, Blaine M & Blain, Alexis K jt ten Op 237 Depot St 171300195 23-07-11-205-022 $699.63 Bredemeyer, Matthew Op 225 Depot St 171300196 23-07-11-226-049 $699.24 Daub, David A. N Add Pt (0.02 + 0.0 Acres R/W) S Broadway St 171300197 23-07-11-226-050 $3,684.53 Do, Van Hong & Thai Q & Son T Norris Add Pt (0.04 + 0.01 Acres R/W) 114 S Broadway St 171300198 23-07-11-227-006 $1,295.82 Davis, Perry Op E 26’ W Oak St 171300199 23-07-11-227-010 $370.63 Burnett, Karen Op W Oak St 171300200 23-07-11-227-011 $2,350.15 Burnett, Karen Op 148 W Oak St 171300201 23-07-11-227-052 $814.85 Rhoden, Greg Roy Op W 4’ Depot St 171300202 23-07-11-252-025 $3,692.21 EH Pooled 812, LP Op 510 Eastern Ave 171300203 23-07-11-253-003 $836.37 Haver, Scott Op Walnut St 171300204 23-07-11-253-024 $12,281.59 Schuller, Michael J. & Cindy L. Op 224 Walnut St 171300205 23-07-11-253-029 $1,744.75 Rowe, Orpha Op 204 Wal-

kpcnews.com nut St 171300206 23-07-11-253-035 $1,888.09 Haver, Scott Sawyer’s Add ( .20 + .05 acres R/W ) Hickory St 171300207 23-07-11-253-039 $225.75 Krontz, Delbert Sawyer’s Add ( .20 + .05 acres R/w ) Hickory St 171300208 23-07-11-253-040 $225.75 Krontz, Delbert Sawyer’s Add ( .20 + .05 acres R/W ) Hickory St 171300209 23-07-11-253-041 $377.13 Krontz, Delbert Sawyer’s Add ( .20 + .05 acres R/W ) Hickory St 171300210 23-07-11-253-042 $377.13 Krontz, Delbert Sawyer’s Add ( .14 + .04 acres R/W ) Hickory St 171300211 23-07-11-253-043 $225.75 Krontz, Delbert Sawyer’s Add ( .15 + .04 acres R/w ) Hickory St 171300212 23-07-11-253-044 $225.75 Krontz, Delbert Sawyer’s Add ( .15 + .04 acres R/W ) Hickory St 171300213 23-07-11-253-045 $225.75 Krontz, Delbert Sawyer’s Add ( .24 + .06 acres R/W ) Hickory St 171300214 23-07-11-253-046 $225.75 Krontz, Delbert Sawyer’s Add ( .20 + .05 acres R/W ) Hickory St 171300215 23-07-11-253-047 $472.13 Krontz, Delbert Sawyer’s Add ( .05 + .01 acres R/w ) Hickory St 171300216 23-07-11-255-007 $219.63 Carnahan, Raymond R Trustee Of Raymond R Carnahan Revocable Trust Sawyers Add E 10’ S Pt S Pt (0.01 + 0.0 Acres R/W) Hickory St 171300217 23-07-11-255-008 $305.39 Carnahan, Raymond R Trustee Of Raymond R Carnahan Revocable Trust Sawyers Add S Pt (0.06 + 0.0 Acres R/W) Hickory St 171300218 23-07-11-255-009 $1,394.65 Carnahan, Raymond R Trustee Of Raymond R Carnahan Revocable Trust Sawyers Add S Pt (0.11 + 0.02 Acres R/W) 332 Hickory St 171300219 23-07-11-255-010 $458.55 Carnahan, Raymond R Trustee Of Raymond R Carnahan Revocable Trust Sawyers Add (0.17 + 0.06 Acres R/W) Hickory St 171300220 23-07-11-255-012 $250.26 Carnahan, Raymond R Trustee Of Raymond R Carnahan Revocable Trust Sawyers Add (0.17 + 0.04 Acres R/W) Hickory St 171300221 23-07-11-255-013 $250.26 Carnahan, Raymond R Trustee Of Raymond R Carnahan Revocable Trust Sawyers Add (0.17 + 0.04 Acres R/W) Hickory St 171300222 23-07-11-255-014 $250.26 Carnahan, Raymond R Trustee Of Raymond R Carnahan Revocable Trust Sawyers Add (0.17 + 0.06 Acres R/W) Hickory St 171300223 23-07-11-255-020 $213.52 Carnahan, Raymond R Trustee Of Raymond R Carnahan Revocable Trust Sawyers Add S Pt Vac Alley (182x10’) (0.04 + 0.01 Acres R/W) Hickory St 171300224 23-07-11-276-016 $1,642.45 Carnahan, Raymond R Op E1/2 402 S Broadway St 171300227 23-07-11-277-007 $827.87 Wallace, Jon Sr. & Robin Op E1/2 Walnut St 171300228 23-07-11-277-008 $8,036.68 Wallace, Jon Sr. & Robin Op E1/2 145 Walnut St 171300229 23-07-11-277-009 $3,046.30 Boyer, Steven J & Barbara J Op W Cherry St 171300230 23-07-11-277-024 $753.18 Rosales, Tracy Op 109 Walnut St 171300233 23-07-11-278-025 $4,117.41 Chorpenning, John L. & Norma L. Hubbell’s Add ( .19 + .08 acres R/W ) Hickory St 171300234 23-07-12-102-003 $302.03 Davis, Perry L. Danf Add E 6’ E Main St 171300235 23-07-12-104-008 $2,831.76 Hunter Capital Ventures Inc. Danforth’s Addition (ex E 10’) 405 E Oak St 171300237 23-07-12-106-010 $2,800.03 Soule, Paul E. & Mary Danforth Add 206 S Canal St 171300238 23-07-12-107-002 $1,148.98 Stallings, Carolyn S. Danforth’s Add Ex 5x56’ Ne Cor 306 E Oak St 171300240 23-07-12-126-002 $397.27 Carnahan, Raymond R Egnew’s Add E 20’ E Main St 171300241 23-07-12-126-003 $2,672.95 Carnahan, Raymond R Egnew’s Add 508 E Main St 171300242 23-07-12-151-007 $976.31 McNamara, David Scott Pt NW1/4 (66x120’) NW1/4 120 E Willow St 171300243 25-05-04-177-005 $256.40 Smith, Richard W. & Betty J. Top Add E 5’ Depot St 171300244 25-05-04-177-010 $229.85 Smith, Richard W. & Betty J. Top Add (18x33’ Se Cor) Bridge St 171300246 25-05-04-177-017 $587.16 Cox, Lionel D. & Anita F. Topping’s Add 16 1/2’ W Side Tip Top St 171300247 25-05-04-203-002 $1,871.29 Hunter, Merrill L. Op E 57 1/2’ 103 Michigan Ave 171300248 25-05-04-203-004 $607.81 Hunter, Merrill L. Op E 57 1/2’ Michigan Ave 171300249 25-05-04-203-014 $1,435.51 Hunter, Merrill L. Op Michigan Ave 171300250 25-05-04-203-020 $723.98 Derrow, Timothy A. Op Michigan Ave 171300251 25-05-04-203-021 $706.17 Derrow, Timothy A. Op 115 Walnut St 171300252 26-05-33-426-005 $6,943.64 Montel, Edward F. & Judy K. In Se1/4 816 N Randolph St 171300253 26-05-33-426-010 $457.40 Ocker, Paul S. Pt Se1/4 W Railroad St 171300254 26-05-33-429-007 $650.25 Moore, Brett M. & Kandra J. Irvine’s Addition N Randolph St 171300255 26-05-33-429-008 $703.72 Moore, Brett M. & Kandra J. Irvine’s Addition N Randolph St 171300256 26-05-33-429-009 $5,478.10 Moore, Brett M & Kandra J Irvine’s Addition 708 N Randolph St 171300257 26-05-33-429-010 $9,247.76 Mosley, Floyd & Georgina Irvin Add 706 N Randolph St 171300261 26-05-33-481-021 $7,133.16 NET NET LLC Op 406 N Cowen St 171300262 26-05-34-152-022 $5,833.40 Bowers, Mikell Iron Horse Crossing Sec I 1117 N Franklin St 171300263 26-05-34-306-010 $990.06 Isham, Robert G. Ozmun’s 1st Add Ex W 12’ E Covell St 171300264 26-05-34-306-011 $1,096.33 Isham, Robert G. Ozmuns 1st Addition E Covell St 171300265 26-05-34-306-012 $661.79 Isham, Robert G. Ozmun’s 1st Addition 612 N Franklin St 171300266 26-05-34-353-020 $646.66 Picklesimer, Jacob R Op N Walsh St 171300267 26-05-34-353-021 $651.78 Picklesimer, Jacob R Op N Walsh St 171300268 26-05-34-353-022 $705.70 Picklesimer, Jacob R Op N

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Keyser Add N 4’ W 1/2 S Walsh St 171300282 26-09-03-133-007 $470.99 Claxton, Craig D. Keyser Add S Harrison St 171300283 26-09-03-152-016 $3,562.72 Jones, Mary Jane Cowen Add W 32’ E Houston St 171300284 26-09-03-152-017 $15,837.05 Jones, Mary Jane Cowen Add W 32’ 111 E Houston St 171300285 26-09-03-152-018 $1,560.57 Jones, Mary Jane Cowen Add W 32’ E Houston St 171300286 26-09-03-152-019 $1,816.05 Short, Everett & Cynthia Cowen Add 53’ Mid Pt E Houston St 171300287 26-09-03-152-020 $3,921.15 Short, Everett & Cynthia Cowen Add 53’ Mid Pt 115 E Houston St 171300288 26-09-03-152-021 $1,066.72 Short, Everett & Cynthia Cowen Add 53’ Mid Pt E Houston St 171300290 26-09-03-176-004 $257.32 Maples, Brenda G Keyser Add S 1/2 S Walsh St 171300291 26-09-03-176-005 $758.22 Maples, Brenda G Keyser Add 309 S Walsh St 171300292 26-09-03-176-006 $712.76 Maples, Brenda G Keyser Add S Walsh St 171300293 26-09-03-176-007 $473.05 Maples, Brenda G Keyser Add N20’ S Walsh St 171300295 26-09-03-176-014 $2,463.80 Sobieski, William & Janis M. Keyser Add 300 S Harrison St 171300296 26-09-03-176-015 $706.79 Sobieski, William & Janis M. Keyser Add S Harrison St 171300299 26-09-03-226-003 $1,386.47 Murray, Glenn R. & Viola Toland Add South Rd 171300300 26-09-03-231-010 $1,020.49 Butler, Lissa Toland’s Add N 7th St 171300302 26-09-03-306-005 $5,516.45 Arbil, Inc. Thomas South Add ( W 85’) S Randolph St 171300303 26-09-03-306-006 $30,015.49 Arbil, Inc. Thomas South Add (w 85’) 819 S Randolph St 171300304 26-09-03-312-001 $6,497.87 Zartman, Allen E. & Mary Etta Hills Add 801 S Lee St 171300308 26-09-04-202-033 $1,144.48 Anderson, Wayde Cowens Add 608 W King St 171300311 26-09-04-202-051 $363.98 Anderson, Wayde Cowen’s First Add W 22’ W King St 171300312 26-09-04-207-009 $963.65 Farmer, Kathleen & Skelly, Greg Cowen’s 1st Add Ex E90’ 509 W Keyser St 171300313 26-09-04-228-007 $239.31 Sobieski, William L. & Janis M. Op 318 W King St 171300314 26-09-04-228-008 $239.31 Sobieski, William L. & Janis M. Op N Ijams St 171300315 26-09-04-228-009 $239.31 Sobieski, William L. & Janis M. Op N Ijams St 171300316 26-09-04-228-010 $365.19 Sobieski, William L. & Janis M. Op N Ijams St 171300317 26-09-04-232-021 $9,343.87 Gayheart, Mark & Emogene Op 114 S Peters St 171300318 26-09-04-233-001 $18,365.39 Berning, Steve Op 217 W King St 171300319 26-09-04-233-007 $5,675.18 Tucker, Marion A. Jr Op (Ex 10’X60’ NE Cor) 107 S Peters St 171300320 26-09-04-253-003 $2,279.48 Combs, James Cowen’s 1st Add 305 S Hamsher St 171300321 26-09-04-278-013 $930.04 Lanning, Larry L. & Carrie Cowen’s 1st Add E 12’ Off W 87’ W Edgerton St 171300322 26-09-04-278-026 $629.88 Lanning, Larry L. & Carrie Cowen’s 1st Add E 12’ Of W87’ W Edgerton St 171300325 26-09-04-401-037 $179.39 Baer Land Development Company, LLC Whispering Willows Section I Block A (pond) W 2nd Ave 171300327 26-09-04-477-008 $1,415.26 Chittenden Elbert H. Sp. Needs Trust Linkenhelt’s Addition 301 W 4th Ave 171300328 26-09-10-151-006 $2,837.65 Stahl, Beverly M. & Ray L. Sw1/4 Nw1/4 1366 S Randolph St 171300330 29-03-04-227-006 $3,904.27 Hulbert, Robert R. & Sharon Ann F Add (Hamilton) (0.17 + 0.05 Acres R/W) 610 S Wayne St 171300331 30-11-15-327-004 $357.59 Cannon, Fred J. J D Leightys Add (0.16 + 0.03 Acres R/W) Harrison St 171300332 30-11-15-327-005 $2,550.25 Cannon, Fred J. J D Leightys Add (0.16 + 0.07 Acres R/W) 110 Harrison St 171300334 30-11-15-352-007 $402.89 McCandlish, Todd & Etta Grill 1st Add (0.17 + 0.04 Acres R/W) 514 Washington St 171300335 30-11-15-352-008 $171.62 McCandlish, Todd & Etta Grill 1st Add W1/2 (0.04 + 0.085 Acres R/W) Washington St 171300337 30-11-15-382-005 $4,027.20 Nordness, Bradley J & Bauer, Christina M Pt 100x150’ Sw1/4 317 2nd St 171300338 30-11-16-429-001 $1,463.39 Koch, Stephen J. & Debra D. E D Whites Add (0.16 + 0.10 Acres R/W) Maple St 171300339 30-11-16-429-002 $1,460.56 Koch, Stephen J. & Debra D. E D Whites Add (0.15 + 0.03 Acres R/W) Maple St 171300340 30-11-16-429-003 $1,449.65 Koch, Stephen J. & Debra D. E D Whites Add (0.15 + 0.05 Acres R/W) Maple St 171300341 30-11-16-429-004 $1,406.28 Koch, Stephen J. & Debra D. E D Whites Add (0.14 + 0.05 Acres R/W) Maple St 171300342 30-11-16-429-005 $1,362.31 Koch, Stephen J. & Debra Continued to page 6


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Beacon donates to children’s hospital Staff reaches goal, take pies in the face AUBURN — Every year, Beacon Credit Union raises money for the Riley Children’s Hospital Foundation through its Credit Unions for Kids Campaign. The Riley Children’s Hospital Foundation offers hope to thousands of families seeking help for seriously ill and injured children; help that only Riley Hospital for Children can provide. Every gift makes an impact, as the dedicated medical team at Riley Hospital could not deliver expert and compassionate care without external financial support. This year, Beacon Credit Union was selected as a recipient of the Miracle Match program, which was created by CO-OP Financial Services with the intent to assist credit unions raising funds for Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals. With the efforts of their

dedicated staff, generous members and a $10,000 donation match contributed by Miracle Match,Beacon Credit Union will be presenting a donation of more than $25,000 to the Riley Children’s Hospital Foundation. Of the Beacon Credit Union total donation=, DeKalb County raised $3,005, and the Grandstaff branch at 715 N. Grandstaff Drive alone raised $1,030. During August, Beacon’s Grandstaff Drive branch in Auburn held a a fundraiser with employees competing to have the most votes — with the winner to get a pie in the face. A goal $1.000 was set for all of the staff to get pies in the face, and the goal was met. Last week, all eight staff members got pies in the face fomr someone who has benefited from Riley.

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Emily Lida, 8 and Cameron Hoff, 11. laugh together after throwing pies at Dawn Aschleman, Amy Shively and Kelle McNeil at Beacon Credit Union last week.

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JAM Center plans basket bingo fundraiser Oct. 20 GARRETT — The 29th fundraiser for the Judy A. Morrill Recreation Center will be Sunday, Oct. 20 at 2 p.m. The event will feature games with prizes of Longaberger baskets, pottery and accessories. Doors open at 1 p.m. Admission is $25 in advance, which includes a Longaberger gift and 15 bingo games. Tickets will cost $30 at the door, if still available. Participants should bring their own dobbers, or they will be available for sale. Food and drinks will be available for purchase.

Legal Notices • Continued from page 5 D. E D Whites Add (0.13 + 0.03 Acres R/W) Maple St 171300343 30-11-16-429-006 $8,501.71 Koch, Stephen J & Debra D E D Whites Add (0.12 + 0.03 Acres R/W) Curie St 171300344 30-11-16-476-001 $1,482.93 Koch, Stephen J. & Debra D. E D Whites Add (0.15 + 0.11 Acres R/W) Maple St 171300345 30-11-16-476-002 $1,526.32 Koch, Stephen J. & Debra D. E D Whites Add (0.16 + 0.03 Acres R/W) Maple St 171300346 30-11-16-476-003 $1,526.32 Koch, Stephen J. & Debra D. E D Whites Add (0.16 + 0.06 Acres R/W) Maple St 171300347 30-11-16-476-004 $1,526.32 Koch, Stephen J. & Debra D. E D Whites Add (0.16 + 0.06 Acres R/W) Maple St 171300348 30-11-16-476-005 $1,526.32 Koch, Stephen J. & Debra D. E D Whites Add (0.16 + 0.03 Acres R/W) Maple St 171300349 31-06-03-128-006 $7,845.29 Thorp, Courtney R. & Jeff E. Welch & Colgrove’s Add (Uniontown) 820 Colgrove St 171300352 31-06-03-305-009 $2,187.08 Dekoninck Properties LLC Op Ex N 8’ 110 W Marion St 171300353 31-06-03-312-006 $451.25 Clark, Ralph W. Frothingham & Hornberger’s Resurvey Op N 1/3 S Wayne St 171300354 31-06-03-312-016 $1,260.08 Clark, Ralph W. Frothingham & Hornberger’s Resurvey Of Mid 1/3 S Wayne St 171300355 31-06-03-329-004 $146,180.37 Kitchen Quip Inc Pt Ne1/4 (s Of Hwy) Sw1/4 US Highway 6 171300356 31-06-03-332-011 $2,212.43 Kitchen-Quip Inc. In Nw Pt Sw1/4 E Marion St 171300357 31-06-03-332-012 $251.42 Kitchen-Quip Inc. In Sw1/4 E Marion St 171300358 31-06-03-332-013 $58,361.10 Kitchen-Quip Inc. In Ne Pt Sw1/4 405 E Marion St 171300359 31-06-03-332-014 $585.82 Kitchen-Quip Inc. In Sw1/4 E Marion St 171300360 31-06-03-336-002 $404.02 Intec Group, LLC Frothingham & Hornberger’s Re-Sur Op & 30’ Vac. St E Railroad St 171300361 31-06-03-336-003 $286.20 Intec Group, LLC Frothingham & Hornberger’s Add W3/4 And

30’ Vac St E Railroad St 171300362 31-06-03-336-012 $4,703.42 Intec Group, LLC Pt E1/2 Sw1/4 E Railroad St 171300363 31-06-03-355-028 $1,206.60 Deutsche Bank National Trust Company Hornberger’s 3rd Add S28.5’ S Center St 171300364 31-06-03-355-033 $1,606.09 Woodcock, Glen Horn 3rd Ad S28.5’ S Oak St 171300365 31-06-03-359-005 $7,289.38 Straley, Rick & Anette Hornberger’s 2nd Add 550 S Elm St 171300369 31-06-03-403-001 $747.95 Haver, Scott B. & Kimberly A. (Joint Tenants) Best & Mcclellan’s Addition N 5582 Sq’ N Indiana St 171300370 31-06-03-403-002 $1,251.15 Haver, Scott B. & Kimberly A (Joint Tenants) Best & Mcclellan’S Addition N 4930 Sq’ E Marion St 171300371 31-06-03-403-008 $1,672.07 Haver, Scott B. & Kimberly A.(Joint Tenants) Best & Mcclellan’s Addition Ex N 40’ N Indiana St 171300372 31-06-03-403-009 $1,672.07 Haver, Scott B. & Kimberly A.(Joint Tenants) Best & Mcclellan’s Addition Ex N 40’ N Indiana St 171300373 31-06-04-430-001 $2,000.51 Ulery, Shelia Y. In Se1/4 815 W Railroad St 171300374 31-06-04-430-002 $3,499.83 Ulery, Shelia Y. In Ne1/4 Se1/4 805 W Railroad St 171300375 31-06-04-430-003 $443.60 Ulery, Shelia Y. In Ne1/4 Se1/4 W Railroad St 171300376 31-06-04-482-013 $18,651.69 Schuller, Michael & Cindy L McAnally’s Addition 425 S Center St 171300377 31-06-04-482-014 $1,841.95 Schuller, Michael & Cindy L. McAnally’s Addition 10’ N Side S Center St Total Properties: 309 I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true list of lots and land returned delinquent for the nonpayment of taxes and special assessments for the time periods set forth, also subsequent delinquent taxes, current taxes and costs due thereon and the same are chargeable with the amount of tax, etc., with which they are charges on said list. Given under my hand and seal this 3rd day of October,2013. John W. Fetters, Auditor Dekalb County Indiana GC,00354819,9/19,9/26,10/3, hspaxlp

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NOTICE OF UNSUPERVISED ADMINISTRATION IN THE DEKALB CIRCUIT COURT IN THE DEKALB SUPERIOR COURT II ESTATE NO. 17C01-1309-EU-00074 STATE OF INDIANA COUNTY OF DEKALB, SS: IN RE: THE ESTATE OF NANCY E. TREESH, DECEASED Notice is hereby given that David W. Treesh and Douglas L. Treesh were, on the 17th day of September, 2013, appointed Co-Personal Representative of the Estate of Nancy E. Treesh, deceased, who died on the 28th day of June, 2013. The Personal Representative is authorized to administer this estate without Court supervision. All persons who have claims against this estate, whether or not now due, must file their claim in said Court within three (3) months from the date of the first publication of this notice, or within nine (9) months after the decedent’s death, whichever is earlier, or the claims will be forever barred. Dated at Auburn, Indiana, this 17th day of September, 2013. Martha Grimm Clerk of DeKalb County Attorney for Estate: J. Darrick Brinkerhoff Brinkerhoff & Brinkerhoff, PC 101 N. Randolph Street P.O. Box 269 Garrett, IN 46738 Attorney No. 3639-17 GC,00354044,9/26,10/3hspaxlp

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BUTLER CITY COURT NEWS The following tickets were paid in Butler City Court, Sept. 19-26. The dollar amount at the end of each listing indicates fines, court costs, and civil penalties assessed by the court. Notations in parentheses after each listing represents the agency issuing the ticket. • James E. Abbott, Auburn, no valid operator’s license, $156 (ISP); no valid operator’s license, $156 (AUB); unsafe start, $177 (AUB). • Robert G. Aikins, Garrett, speeding, $158 (DC). • Megan L. Alford, Waterloo, speeding, $154 (AUB). • Kayla C. Baker, St. Joe, speeding, $154 (DC). • Douglas A. Baldwin, Angola, no registration, $133 (WPD). • Brandon E. Bley, Auburn, no insurance, $243 (AUB). • Cord R. Boltz, Auburn, no motorcycle endorsement, $154 (AUB). • Bradley W. Bowman, Kendallville, no seat belt, $25 (ISP). • Maggie L. Brown, Decatur, speeding, $154 (DC). • Daniel C. Campbell, Corunna, no seat belt, $25 (ISP). • Joseph M. Cates, Brownsburg, speding, $133 (DC). • Zachary M. Chaffins, Auburn, failure to signal lane change, $148 (AUB). • Michael D. Connell, Auburn, speeding, $154 (ISP). • Kenneth C. Crager, Auburn, driving while suspended, $218 (ISP). • Stanley J. Cruver, Garrett, log book not current, $218 (ISP). • Andrea L. Ditommasso, Hicksville, Ohio, expired plates, $133 (AUB). • Beth A. Dobrovodosky, Auburn, texting while driving, $154 (AUB). • Everett Furrow, Waterloo, expired plates, $158 (AUB). • Jenna N. Gaff, Hudson, no seat belt, $25 (DC). • Craig W. Gillespie, Waterloo, speeding, $154 (AUB). • Kelsey C. Hart, St. Joe, disregarding stop sign, $154 (DC). • Victoria E. Heger, St. Joe, no registration plate for trailer, $133 (DC). • Greg A. Herman, Edgerton, Ohio, speeding, $148 (BPD). • Sedge Hicks Jr., Butler, speeding, $148 (WPD). • Richard L. Hogan, Garrett, no seat belt, $25 (DC). • Michael W. Hull, Auburn, expired plates, $134 (AUB). • Caleb B. Hurley,

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22:42) and Kaistlyn Lehman (11th, 23:21). The Garrett boys team was defeated by South Adams, 20-33 and Adams Central 24-31. Conner Foster led Garrett with a fourth-place overall finish in 18:24. He was followed by Dan Baker (8th, 19:22), Dawson Furnish (12th, 20:25), Matt Mix (13th, 20:50) and Drake Stafford (14th, 20:54).

NEW HAVEN — The Locomotives runners turned in some strong performances at Saturday’s New Haven Invitational. The extra distance of 4K instead of the usual 3K for middle school competitions didn’t phase the runners, according to coach Alan Bobilak. The girls placed 12th as a team and were led by Sydney Weaver who finished 16th out of 350 runners. Her time of 16:44 is the 80th fastest time recorded in the 10 years that the event has been held. Madison Evans (138), Chloe Hinkle (244), Natalee Garrison (298), Samantha Dewitt (301), Emily Conn (335), and Kaitline Cook (339) rounded out the girls teams. The boys competed shorthanded but ran well in a field of 325 runners. Micah Malcolm set the pace for the boys finishing 7th overall. His time of 14:58 is the 60th fastest time recorded in the 10 years that the event has been held. Chance Hinkle (147), Owen Walter (158), and Turk Taylor (202) all ran strong races while dealing with the extra kilometer.

Soccer Garrett tops CN GARRETT — The Railroaders beat Central Noble Monday, 8-1 on the Garrett pitch. The game got off to an ugly start for the Railroaders (9-4-1) as Central Noble scored just five minutes into the game off a corner kick. It would be Central Noble’s only shot of the game. Less than a minute later, Dayton Sweet tied the game on a pass from Kaleb Hoover and Garrett was back on track. The game remained 1-1 till about half way through the first half when Garrett exploded for five straight goals. Sweet scored his second goal on an assist from Chris Colby. Hoover scored on a steal and breakaway. Karsten Cooper then scored twice in row on assists from Colby, Blake Western and Tristan Bigelow. Sweet scored his third goal of the half, putting Garrett up 6-1 at halftime. The action slowed way down in the second half until Sweet scored his fourth goal on an assist from Bigelow with about 17 minutes to play. Keaton Lemish finished the scoring for Garrett when his goal came off a pass from Erik Savage for the final 8-1 score. Reiley Pugh earned his third win in a row in goal for Garrett. The victory tied the school record for wins in a season with nine.

Garrett girls sweep in ACAC BERNE — The Garrett girls cross country team defeated both Allen County Athletic Conference foes in a three-way meet held Tuesday at South Adams High School. The Railroaders defeated the host Starfires, 25-30 and the Jets, 17-38. Maranda Malcolm led the way for Garrett with a first-place overall finish in 20:26. Amanda Stump was fourth overall in 21:46, followed by Rachel Hood (5th, 22:37), Danielle Stump (6th,

The Railroaders finish the regular seasonat 5 p.m. tonight at home versus Whitko. Seniors will be recognized during the game. The Garrett JV team (2-1-2) won their second half of the year defeating Central Noble’s JV in a half of soccer. Reiley Pugh scored twice for Garrett in the of 2-1 win.

GMS football Locomotives top Warriors WOODBURN — The 8th-grade Locomotives defeated Woodlan 33-19 at Woodburn Tuesday. Clayton Sobieski score the first touchdown with key blocks from Nathan Mauer and Noah Falig, Cody Delong and running back Cameron Smith. Woodlan ran back a punt to make it 13-6. Carter Back scored the next two touchdowns to take a 20-13 lead. Woodlan fought back for a 20-19 score at the end of three. Garrett’s Jacob Bevis recovered a kickoff fumble by Woodlan, leading to a Hayden Greene QB sneak for a touchdown. Garrett’s Jiah Harvest intercepted a Woodlan pass on a drive, Defensive end Colin Shafer intercepted a pass on the next Woodland drive and ran it 42 yards for the touchdown with the conversion run by Sobieski Playing great defense for the Locomotives were Joel Mix, Brayden Shearer, Cole Kelham, Brenden Gallinger, Calvin Wilson and Beck Davis. The Locomotives host Fremont Tuesday for the conference championship. The 7th-grade Locomotives fell to Woodlan 13-0 Tuesday night. The defense continued to improve with strong performances by Paxton Hefty and Zack Hornbeak. The offense was led by a few long rushes by Noah Powless.

All state parks, reservoirs remain open INDIANAPOLIS — Although national parks and national wildlife refuges are closed because of the federal government shutdown, Indiana’s 24 state parks and eight reservoir properties remain open for business as usual—if you call the burst of fall colors usual. There is an Indiana state park or reservoir property within a one-hour drive of every Hoosier. The properties offer an array of recreational activities, including camping, hiking, fishing, boating, canoe and kayaking, mountain biking, picnicking,

and wildlife watching. Daily gate fees for in-state residents are only $5 per carload at most properties. Those who want to stay overnight will probably need to do some planning. October is one of the most popular camping months of the year, with autumn- and Halloween-themed events happening at many properties. Reservations can be made at camp.IN.gov or 1-866-6CAMPIN (1-866622-6746). “October has become like the busy month of July for our parks and reservoirs,” said Ginger Murphy of the

DNR Division of State Parks & Reservoirs. “If weekends are full at your favorite state park or reservoir, camping on weekdays during your fall break is a great way to enjoy the outdoors.” Information on state parks and reservoirs is at stateparks.IN.gov. Information on programs and special events is at InterpretiveServices.IN.gov Information on all DNR properties, all of which remain open during the federal government shutdown, is at dnr. IN.gov/5280.htm.

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Car show winners to appear on YouTube AUBURN — Winners at a car show Saturday in Auburn will be featured in YouTube videos. The first ScottieDTV Traveling Charity Road Show will take place from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the National Auto & Truck Museum. “We’re hoping to have 100 to 200 cars show up,” said John Jinnings, an organizer of the show and a member of the Shifters Car Club. The Shifters are sponsoring the show to raise money for its Shop With a Cop charity fund. It pays for DeKalb County Sheriff’s Department officers to take underprivileged children shopping in the Christmas season. Scott Dupre, founder of the ScottieDTV channel on

YouTube, will judge the cars, choose his favorite vehicles, interview the owners and feature the vehicles on his channel. Winners will be announced at 4:30 p.m. ScottieDTV claims 1.5 million views per month, said Jinnings, a Churubusco resident and Garrett native. Jinnings said Saturday’s show will be special because judging “will be based on somebody from outside the area whose whole job is to pick out cool cars and videotape them.” Videos on ScottieDTV often lead to features about the cars in automobile magazines, Jinnings said. The show is taking place at the same time as Dyno Days at CJ Racing, a short distance away on South Wayne Street. A vintage

Checker airport limousine will take car show participants to Dyno Days and back for donations to Shop With a Cop. Demonstration of pinstriping, air brush art and micropolishing of paint finishes will take place during the show. A sponsor Summit City Chevrolet, will bring a 2014 Corvette and new Camaros. Lingenfelter Performance shop of Decatur also will bring a display of cars. Star Bank and Chapman Brewing Co. are additional sponsors, Jinnings said. The show is open to vehicles of all types, including motorcycles. The entry fee of $25 includes admission to NATMUS. Spectators will be admitted free, but donations to Shop With a Cop will be accepted.

NE Indiana Racers Reunion set Nov 9 FORT WAYNE — Northeast Indiana Racers Reunion 4 is planned Saturday, Nov. 9 at the American Legion Post 241, 7605 Bluffton Road, Waynedale. The reunion is for anyone who raced at South Anthony Speedway, Fort Wayne Speedway, Baer Field Speedway, Avilla Motor Speedway, Steuben County Speedway in Angola and Bryan Motor Speedway.

Admission is free. Appetizers will be served at 6 p.m. with interviews and reminiscing at 7 p.m. Music and dancing will begin at 9 p.m. Participants are asked to bring memorabilia, DVD or VCR tapes (video equipment will be provided) for all to enjoy. For sponsorship information, contact Ed Fisher at (260) 348-2125.

SPORTS SCHEDULE Thursday, Oct. 3

Monday, Oct. 7

Boys soccer vs. Whitko, at South Whitley, 6 p.m. Volleyball vs. Heritage, 6 p.m., home GMS soccer vs. Canterbury, at Fort Wayne, 4:30 p.m. GMS 7th/8th grade volleyball vs. Central Noble, 5 p.m, home

GMS Soccer vs. Angola, there, 5 p.m. GMS 7th/8th grade volleyball vs. East Noble, 5 p.m., home

Friday, Oct. 4 Varsity football vs. South Adams, at Berne, 7 p.m.

Saturday, Oct. 5 Varsity boys/girls cross country at South Adams Cross Country Invitational at Berne, noon GMS Soccer at Westview Tourney, at Emma, 8:30 a.m. GMS cross country South Adams Cross Country Invitational at Berne, 9 a.m.

Tuesday, Oct. 8 Boys/girls ACAC meet at Adams Central at Monroe, 5:30 p.m. Varsity/JV volleyball in ACAC tourney, to be announced GMS soccer vs. Westview, at Emma, 5 p.m. GMS football vs. Fremont, 5 p.m., home GMS 7th/8th grade volleyball vs. Indian Springs, at Columbia City, 5 p.m. GMS 6th grade volleyball vs. West Noble, 4:45 p.m., home

Wednesday, Oct. 9 GMS 6th grade volley-

ball vs. Central Noble, at Albion, 6 p.m.

Thursday, Oct. 10 Varsity/JV volleyball in ACAC tourney, to be announced GMS 7th/8th grade volleyball vs. Churubusco, 5 p.m., home GMS cross country ACAC meet, at Adams Central in Monroe, 5:30 p.m.

Friday, Oct. 11 Varsity football vs. Leo, there, 7 p.m.

Saturday, Oct. 12 Varsity/JV volleyball at Whitko Invite, South Whitley, 9 a.m. Note all games/events are high school teams unless otherwise noted

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DEKALB FREE FALL FAIR SCRAPBOOK

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2013 Miss Garrett Junior Teen Kennedy Sattison, right, daughter of Todd and Kathryn Sattison, and Miss Garrett Junior Maggie Woodward, daughter of Rob and LeeAnne Woodward, wave to the crowd during Saturday’s parade.

Sue Carpenter

Garrett High School’s Railroader Regiment won first place in the marching band category at Saturday’s grand finale parade in Auburn.

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Members of the DeKalb County Boxing Club and leader Ed Placencia, right, wave to the crowd and hand out membership information Saturday.

Miss Garrett Molly Wilhelm, right, and Miss Garrett First Runner-up Michaela Scherer ride in a vintage pickup truck during the finale parade.

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Members of Garrett High School’s concert choir rock to Halloween-themed songs, including Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” and “The Time Warp” from “Rocky Horror Picture Show,” in a performance last week at the DeKalb County Free Fall Fair.

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Donors to the campaign to build a new horse barn at the DeKalb County Fairgrounds in Auburn took part in a groundbreaking ceremony Friday evening. From left are Peg Yoder of the DeKalb County Community Foundation, Ted Miller of the Butler American Legion post and Rick and Vicki James.

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Dick Griffis of Garrett drives his team of horses in a covered wagon in Auburn Saturday during the grand finale parade of the Free Fall Fair.

Yoder from Page 1 anesthesiologist at Mt. Sinai Hospital in Chicago. Yoder’s father-in-law, Arnie Finn served on the bank’s board of directors in the 1980s. Yoder is an active member of the community, serving over the years in leadership positions in the Rotary Club, the Garrett Community Hospital and the Chamber of Commerce. The Garrett State Bank has offices in

DeKalb and Allen counties, and has been recognized in the Top 15th Percentile of Community Banks by Seifreid and Brew, a national consulting service. The bank’s primary markets are residential real estate financing and family-owned business financial services. Other members of the board of directors are Dan Brinkerhoff, Ron Dicke, Walt Fuller, Mark Fogt, James McCrea, Brian Sprunger and Ara Tazian.

fields needed to be taken to the elevator as part of the cash/rent process. Kummer divided the volunteer workers and equipment into four quadrants to work efficiently. Others contributed to Tuesday’s effort by donating toward food for the workers and fuel for the farm equipment. Thrush also farms 3,500-4,000 acres that his family and friends will harvest on their own, according to Kummer. Kummer is a crop insurance agent with Peoples Federal Savings Bank and attends the Auburn United Methodist Church with the Thrushes.

Kummer said the amazing part of the day would be that 11 combines, three semi trucks and more than a dozen workers could bring in the beans within four to five hours. Greg Thrush represented his father at Tuesday’s event. The farmers stopped for a moment for prayer, asking God for safety and for continued healing for Thrush, before sitting down for a sack lunch donated by the Genesis Sunday school class at the United Methodist Church. Plans called for them to have equipment ready in the fields to be ready to go right after the lunch.

Kevin Custer he was proud to be a part of the effort and wished Thrush a speedy recovery. Custer Grain Co. donated the semi trucks to haul the beans to the elevator. Pioneer district sales manager Traci Bultemier stopped by as the farmers gathered at Custer Grain. Her company contributed cookies, sodas and chips for the lunch, as well. “He is a good customer, and (the Thrushes) are good friends. We wouldn’t know what to do without them,” she said. “Garry and Greg are very well respected in the farm community.”

The Garrett Clipper - October 3, 2013  

The Garrett Clipper is the twice-weekly newspaper serving Garrett and the surrounding southern DeKalb County area in northeast Indiana.

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