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Council delays Wagner Avenue project Bethany J. Royer-DeLong | Darke County Media

A dozen Arcanum High School graduates now employees with Wagner Paving Inc., were blacktopping around the new 20,000 square foot multi-purpose building at the school Tuesday afternoon.

Former students helm paving project after graduation this year. While not all the former students were onsite that same afternoon, Spitler provided their names, and for ARCANUM — A little some the year they gradunostalgia was at work for ated from the district: a dozen Wagner Paving CJ Regelski (K-10th) Inc. employees at Arcanum High School on Tuesday Cole Spitler (2018), Carver afternoon. Gostomsky (2019), Benny Students who had gradu- Birt (1998), Autin Fourated from the Arcanum man (2019), Alec Atchley district were paving the (2017), Isaac Myers (2013), parking lot around the new Kirk Clark, Evan Atchley 20,000 square foot multi(2019), Hunter Saunders purpose building at the (2016), Dalton Lindemuth school. The latter designed (2015), and Gene Keiser. by Garmann, Miller, and “It’s a good company. Associates of Minster They can still get their colthat will house welding, lege degree and make good woodworking, small engine money and not have that repair facilities, agriculture college debt,” continued labs, classrooms, a greenSpitler. He can personally house, and a meeting room. testify, he found work with It was a unique moment Wagner Paving after a layoff to have so many former and has been with the comstudents who had grown pany ever since. up together, now workSpitler is an Arcanum ing together on a cold but graduate, too, his sister, sunny afternoon at their Lisa Scheiding, is the office former school. manager, and his son, Cole, At the helm was Wagner works for the company, as Paving Superintendent, well. Bob Spitler who knew “It’s a family company,” many of the students from said Spitler. He shared that his days coaching summer Thomas Earl Wagner Sr., baseball. founder, and owner of the “It’s what is so great company, passed away in about it,” said Spitler. August. Wagner’s youngest “They are all a bunch of daughter, Cheri L. Kress, is good kids.” now at the helm. Wagner Paving Inc., out Overall, it is hard work of Laura, is celebrating its but one that Spitler calls 50th year, a paving contrac- an art. During the winter tor that started with six months, the company will employees in 1970 to a train anywhere from four to robust near 80 today. Their eight employees. Not only reputation for quality, good do they have competitive wages, and benefits, is one wages and benefits, but of the draws for so many in they can save thousands of the area. dollars obtaining their CDL “That’s what keeps us in license as a Wagner Paving business, reputation, qualemployee. ity of work, customers can While many companies depend on us,” said Spitler. are struggling to find “We will stand behind our employees, Spitler says work and take care of our they’ve been fortunate to customers.” have a great workforce and Word must be positive. In that they “try to take care of the last two years, the com- them.” pany has obtained many Reach reporter Bethany J. Royerformer Arcanum students. DeLong at 937/548-3330 or email Spitler is already anticipat- broyer-delong@aimmediamidwest. ing two to three current com. Read more news, features, and sports at DarkeCountyMedia.com. students to join the team

GREENVILLE – Greenville City Council will wait another two weeks before a decision will be made on the proposed Wagner Avenue extension project. Council chose to table the resolution of necessity for assessments at its Tuesday meeting in order to give the board additional time to secure the six votes needed to pass the resolution. City council has been considering this project since June and has failed to act on what many speakers at Tuesday’s meeting called a “no brainer.” The project would widen Wagner Avenue from Lowe’s north to Childrens Home Bradford Road and make the properties in that area “shovel ready.” The property owners that abut Wagner Avenue would bear much of the cost of the project and would pay nearly threequarters of the estimated $1.9 million project. The city would be responsible for the cost that abuts its property at the retention pond. According to Greenville City Auditor Roxanne Willman, the city’s share is estimated at $400,000. The city would assess the property owners their

now. “I don’t like the idea of constantly creating debt for the next two generations. It has nothing to do with personalities.” Whitaker wasn’t the only official speaking in favor of the project. Darke County Economic Development Director Mike Bowers cited the need for “shovel ready” sites for commercial and industrial properties and the need Ryan Berry | DarkeCountyMedia.com for more amenities. “If a Greenville City Council has been discussing a possible expansion to company looks at the city of Sidney, Piqua or Troy Wagner Avenue for the past five months. and they already have the shovel ready sites, from a coming onto council and portion of the cost over cost stand point, they are we were talking about a 20-year period, which going to the area that has laying off police officers, would essentially pay 24 active shovel ready site.” laying off firemen. We years of a 30-year zero have a healthy budget, our He also noted Greenville interest loan. needs to increase its Councilmen John Hens- budget is good, but you don’t know what it’s going housing stock. Mayor ley and Clarence Godwin Steve Willman said the to be like in 24 years, do expressed concern with you?” Whitaker started to property owners are out the project, but Councilanswer, but was cut off by there because they want man Jeff Whitaker said, an investment. “This is Godwin. “I’m not asking “Personalities don’t need just as good as some of you…” Depending on the to be coming into play the grants we’ve had in cost of the project, the here and that’s what it’s the past. For 25 percent city could expect to pay all about. I’ll call you on of the cost, we get the approximately $67,000 it. I’m not going to hide whole thing developed.” behind a keyboard. I’ll say a year over the final six Auditor Willman shared years of the loan. it right here.” Both Godcouncil approved and the Hensley said he wasn’t win and Hensley claimed city spent $92,700 on their opposition has noth- opposed to the project, engineering “and all, 100 but was opposed to “taxing to do with personalipercent of the council ties. “I’ve got no conflicts ing our grandchildren to with anybody on that proj- do something for us now.” members voted to move forward with this project He said he tried to figure ect,” said Godwin. “The at that time and spend only thing that I’m looking out a solution and sugthose dollars. At this gested the city start payat is that after 24 years, point, not voting for this ing for it now by setting the city is going to incur project is simply a waste aside $17,000 a year into a debt of the $400,000 of of taxpayer money.” a fund that would pay it that project. I remember

Road Hoggs help veterans

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GREENVILLE – For the fifth consecutive year, local veterans will have a great Thanksgiving dinner thanks to the Road Hoggs Motorcycle Club and the Greenville VFW. On Sunday, members of the club collected food in front of the Greenville City Building. According to Matt Townsend, this year’s drive wasn’t there best, but they did well. They collected 10-12 turkeys, several hams and Coopers donated about 50 pounds of meat. The group also collected cash that will be turned into gift cards. In a few weeks, the Road Hoggs will be on the traffic circle collecting toys that will be given to the Community Action Partnership for distribution. This will be 36th year for the toy drive.


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Man cited for CPO violation

in reference to a dog bite. The complainant told the officer he was mowing his yard while his son played in their backyard. He said his CPO Violation way parking lot. The officer she still had the CPO and neighbor’s German ShepHobbs knew about it. drove over to Speedway herd came into his yard On Nov. 3 an officer Hobbs was served a copy of and began biting on his and located Halpin on the received a report about his CPO by a Darke County son’s jacket. His neighbor north side of the building. people trespassing on The Sheriff’s Deputy on Oct. When asked if Hobbs was retrieved her dog. A report Laundry Room’s property, 24. The CPO is valid until had been filed Oct. 27 in 849 E Main St. The officer with her, she said he was reference to a dog escaping responded to the scene and but she was unsure where. Oct. 23, 2020. Hobbs was arrested for violating the The officer walked around its leash from the same resfound two subjects who CPO. While the officer was idence. Charges were filed a dumpster and located said they were doing launpatting Hobbs down, he Hobbs within 25 yards of in reference to that case. dry. The officer asked if saw the subject was clutch- The child did not receive anyone else had been there Halpin. Hobbs admitted ing a gray bag in his left any injuries from this and one of the subjects told to being with Halpin and hand. The officer took the they both admitted they incident, although there the officer Jasmine Halpin were at The Laundry Room bag and placed it the police appeared to be dog saliva and Damien Hobbs were cruiser. When the officer on the child’s jacket. The just there but they left. The together. The officer had went back to check the bag, Darke County Dog Warden prior knowledge Halpin officer could see Halpin was contacted and a voiceand Hobbs still riding their had a CPO against Hobbs, several small clear plastic mail was left in reference to bicycles eastbound on East which states he is to remain baggies with marijuana the reports. Main Street and watched as at least 25 yards away from leaves imprinted on them were found inside. One of they pulled into the Speed- Halpin. Halpin confirmed the baggies contained a Wanted Person High Quality crystal substance with the On Nov. 1 an officer was appearance of crystal meth- advised there were two amphetamine. Hobbs was subjects at the Stardust transported to the Darke Motel on State Route 49 County Jail where he was who had warrants from incarcerated with a $1,025 Miami County. A vehicle bond. Hobbs was issued a the two subjects were citation for the CPO viola- known to be driving was at tion. The crystal substance the motel, where they had was taken to the Greenville been known to be staying. PD where it field tested Officers arrived to look for Special In Standing Seam Roofs positive for methamphetthe subjects and as they amine. The crystal was were walking up to the COMPETITIVE PRICING weighed and found to be vehicle , they saw a child CONSULTATION & FREE ESTIMATES approximately 0.2 grams. come from inside one of • Manufactured onsite with portable roll former Photos were taken of the the rooms. One of the offi • No exposed fastner’s system crystal substance. The cryscers recognized the child ASK ABOUT • 40 Year Warranty tal will be sent to BCI for belonging to the subjects OUR NEW CRINKLE • Available in 24 ga. & 26 ga. FINISH further analysis. in question. As officers • Many colors to choose from approached the room, the STEPHEN STOLTZFUS 765-576-1436 door was open, and one of Dog Bite 5301 EAST 900 SOUTH - LYNN, INDIANA On Nov. 3 an officer was the officers made contact with Brenda Vonderhuevel. dispatched to the 1000 The officer asked her block of Holly Hill Drive

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GREENVILLE – Greenville Transit System will be closed for Veterans Day on Monday, Nov. 11. The service will reopen at normal business hours on Nov. 12.

Council holds special meeting

GREENVILLE – Greenville City Council will hold a special meeting on Wednesday Nov. 20, 6:30 p.m., in the Council Room, Municipal Building. The purpose of the meeting PITSBURG – The Frank- is for council to rise to a lin Monroe Board of Educa- committee of the whole tion will be holding a Board to review 2020 approof Education meeting in the priations. No action will be Board of Education confer- taken at this meeting. ence room at 8 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 18.

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Arcanum BOE meets ARCANUM – The Arcanum-Butler Local Board of Education will hold its regular Board of Education

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where Bryan Black was and she stated “right here.” Both subjects were asked to come outside the room. Officers confirmed their identity with their Social Security numbers. Through LEADS/NCIC it also was confirmed both subjects had misdemeanor warrants through Miami County. Black’s warrant was for a theft charge with a bond of $574. Vonderhuevel’s warrant was for complicity of theft with a bond of $574. Both subjects were transported to the county line and released to two Miami County officers. Three children were released to a family member. On Nov. 2 an officer arrived at a residence in the 300 block of Oxford Drive in reference to a wanted person. The officer spoke with the home’s owner who said the wanted subject Levi Harrison was upstairs and that she would go get him. Harrison came downstairs and was cooperative. Through further investigation, it was found through LEADS/NCIC Harrison had a warrant out of Miami County for failure to appear for child support, with no bond. Harrison was placed under arrest and transported to the Darke County Jail, to be held until Miami County can transport him.

Miami Street, failing to signal the turn. The officer conducted a traffic stop. When speaking with the operator of the vehicle, Heather Stith, the officer detected a strong odor of alcohol and observed her speech was slurred and her eyes were bloodshot. When she was asked about consuming any alcohol, she admitted she had a few beers while she was at bingo. Stith was asked to exit the vehicle and perform field sobriety tests, to which she agreed and did poorly. Stith was placed under arrest for OVI and transported to the police department, where she agreed to take a breath test. Stith was placed under an administrative license suspension and issued a citation for OVI and failure to signal. Stith was released to her husband.

Thursday, Nov. 14, 6:30 p.m. This year-end meeting will consist of a carry-in dinner and fellowship. Drinks and table service will be furnished, while members are asked to bring a covered dish to share. The meeting is always open to new members; come if you are interested in learning more about gourds and gourd patch activities.

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EARLY BIRD POLICY The Greenville Police Beat is prepared from public records available at the Greenville Police Department. Every effort is made to balance the public’s right to know with the rights of the individuals involved. Readers are encouraged to contact Greenville Police if they have information or concerns regarding these or any other incidents they see. The Early Bird notes all suspects are innocent DUI until proven guilty and On Nov. 3 an officer observed a vehicle traveling welcomes comments and concerns regarding this north on Wagner Avenue make a left hand turn onto community service.

Painting wood ornaments GREENVILLE – Learn to paint wood ornaments during a free Greenville Public Library workshop. Renee Hale, owner of Home Again II, will guide participants through painting wood slices to create unique hand-crafted ornaments. Space is limited; register at 548-3915 for Thursday, Nov. 21 at 6 p.m. Each

GHS FFA free fall clean-up GREENVILLE — Greenville FFA is holding their first-ever Free Fall Clean Up community service activity. This is for anyone in the Darke County area who is in need of some help to rake up leaves and pick up sticks in their yard. The group will be taking reservations to come out on Nov. 23 between the hours of 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. No need to supply any tools and if you would like us to dispose of the sticks and leaves just let us know. Give us a call today at the high school at (937)5484188 and ask for the Ag Department and leave your information with ag teacher Karri Sherman.

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MSG recognizes parade sponsors GREENVILLE – With much gratitude, Main Street Greenville recognizes the Platinum Sponsors of the 16th annual Hometown Holiday Horse Parade: Edison State Community College, Greenville Federal, Jordan Agency, Wintrow Signs & Designs, and Wayne HealthCare. The 2019 Horse Parade will be taking place on Saturday, Nov. 23 at 7 p.m. “The Hometown Holiday Horse Parade would not be possible without the support of our Platinum Sponsors,” said Crysta Hutchinson Bloomingdale, executive director of Main Street Greenville. “Their participation in this small-town tradition demonstrates their commitment to the community and making Greenville a great place to live. We are very fortunate to have such generous businesses who not only provide excellent service, but invest in events and activities that unite us.” Now in its fifth decade of service, Edison State Community College is committed to providing higher education and advanced training opportunities for the people of the greater Miami Valley. Visit them online at www. edisonohio.edu. “Greenville Federal, the oldest bank headquartered in Darke County, is happy to partner with Main Street Greenville in its efforts to help our community thrive and create a quality of life important to all of us,” said Jeff Kniese, President and CEO of Greenville Federal. Jordan Agency is the newest Platinum Sponsor of the Horse Parade, but their team of insurance professionals has years of collective industry experi-

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Guest Speaker, Buckeye Home Health Care’s Vice President of Cognitive Care, Lori Horstman, is certified as a dementia practitioner, Alzheimer’s disease and dementia care trainer, and Montessori dementia care professional. This four part series is valuable for care professionals and the general public, regardless of age. RSVP’s are preferred. Call or text (937) 475-6057 to reserve your seat. Along standing member of the community, Oakley Place opened its doors in

present and future, their families and the public are invited to join in this celebration. The official birthday of the U.S. Marine Corps was on Nov. 10, 1775. That was the day when the Second Continental Congress established the Continental Marines. For more information, call (260) 729-7017 or visit the museum’s Facebook page at Museum of the Soldier.

Democrat breakfast GREENVILLE – The Darke County Democrats will hold an early riser breakfast in the Brethren Retirement Community cafeteria on Saturday, Nov.

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Celebrating the Marines PORTLAND, Ind. – The Museum of the Soldier in Portland, Ind. will host the 244th U.S. Marine Corp Birthday celebration on Sunday, Nov. 10, 1:30 p.m., at the museum, 510 East Arch St., Portland, Ind. Events include a traditional cake cutting ceremony as well as a special program highlighting some of the area’s Marines, past and present. All Marines, past,

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found at mainstreetgreenville.org/hometown-holidayhorse-parade. The 2019 Hometown Holiday Horse Parade will feature entertainment leading up to the grand parade, which will begin at 7 p.m. This annual tradition includes 80+ entirely horse drawn entries, all of which are lit up and festively decorated for the arrival of the holiday season. Preparade entertainment begins at 5 p.m. and includes live music, shopping and dining opportunities, and free pony-drawn cart rides at Annie Oakley Park. Applications to participate in the parade are still being accepted, entries may be submitted up to the deadline on Friday, Nov. 15. Visit www.MainStreetGreenville. org or follow them on social media for more information about the organization and the upcoming 16th annual Hometown Holiday Horse Parade. If you have any questions, contact them at (937) 548-4998 or info@ mainstreetgreenville.org.

Health education series planned GREENVILLE – On Nov. 14, at 6:30 p.m., Brain Health: Age Proof your Brain Against Alzheimers’ Disease and Dementia will be presented at Oakley Place Assisted Living, 1275 Northview Drive, Greenville. Brain Health is seen as the second most important factor for overall health. Join Buckeye Home Health Care and Oakley Place Assisted Living in learning proactive steps you can take today for better Brain Health in the years to come.

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9, 8 a.m. Come and enjoy fellowship and breakfast. Everyone is welcome. For reservations, call Tom Hans at (937) 273-3865 or Dave Niley at (937) 548-4517.

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Share Your Bounty With Family As Thanksgiving approaches, it’s meaningful to reflect on the origin of the holiday –Native Americans and pilgrims sharing their bounty of food with each other. As you gather with your loved ones this year, perhaps you can think of ways to share not only your dinner, but also your financial bounty. In terms of bounty-sharing, here are some suggestions you may find helpful, no matter your age or that of your children: • Make appropriate gifts. If you have young children, you may want to get them started with a savings account to help them develop positive financial habits. You could even make it a Thanksgiving tradition to measure how their accounts have grown from year to year. But you can go even further by starting to fund an education savings vehicle such as a 529 plan. This account can provide valuable tax benefits and gives you total control of the money until your children are ready for college or trade school. Other education-funding options also are available, such as a custodial account, commonly known as an UGMA or UTMA. If you have grown children, you could still contribute to a 529 plan for your grandchildren. • Develop – and communicate – your estate plans. While you may want to be as generous as possible to your loved ones during your lifetime, you may desire to leave something behind as part of your legacy. And that means you will need to develop a comprehensive estate plan. Such a plan will allow you to express your wishes about where you want your assets to go, who will take care of your children if something happens to you, how you want to be treated

should you become incapacitated, and other important issues. Your estate plan will need to include the appropriate documents and arrangements – last will and testament, living trust, power of attorney, health care directive, and so on. To create such a plan, you may need to work with a team of professionals, including your financial, tax and legal advisors. And it’s essential that you communicate the existence and details of your estate plan to your loved ones. By doing so, you can help them know what to expect and what’s expected of them to help avoid unpleasant surprises and familial squabbles when it’s time to settle your estate. • Solicit suggestions for charitable giving. Sharing some of what you have with charitable or community organizations will also help fulfill the spirt of Thanksgiving. And you can make it a family affair by asking your loved ones which groups they would like to support. Not only will you be helping a worthy cause, but you’ll also be teaching your children about the value of money – in this case, the ability to use money you’ve saved to help make a positive contribution to society. By sharing your bounty with your loved ones and your community on Thanksgiving, you’ll help create a more memorable holiday for everyone. So, be generous, be creative – and be prepared for how much satisfaction you can get from your actions. Edward Jones, its employees and financial advisors are not estate planner and cannot provide tax or legal advice. You should consult your estate-planning attorney or qualified tax advisor regarding your situation.

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Pet pictures with Santa Claus GREENVILLE – Get your pet’s picture taken with Santa Claus on Saturday, Nov. 16, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., at the Greenville Walmart in the Garden Center. The Darke County Friends of the Shelter, a 501c3 organization will be taking pictures of your companion animals with Santa Claus. This is a fun time for everyone to enjoy and is your chance to meet members of the Friends of the Shelter. Everyone, including children, aunts,

uncles and cousins are invited to have his or her pictures taken. The cost is $4 and proceeds help the dogs and cats at the Darke County Animal Shelter as well as the Scentral Park dog park and support the many endeavors of the Friends of the Shelter. Past projects of the Friends of the Shelter include the Scentral Park dog park, an outdoor kennel area to get acquainted with your new canine friend (Canine Corral), and

dog leashes for new dog adoption. This is only a partial list of what the Friends of the Shelter have done for the companion friends at the Shelter. Learn more about the Friends of the Shelter at http://www. darkecountyfriendsoftheshelter.com There will also be beautiful 2020 Darke County Friends of the Shelter calendars available with local pets for $10. They can also be picked up at the Darke County Animal Shelter.

Walmart will offer a photo package deal for Christmas. All pets must enter Walmart through the Garden Center entrance and must be on a leash or in a pet carrier. Please come and support the Darke County Friends of the Shelter. For more information, can contact the Animal Shelter at (937) 547-1645 or stop by the Shelter, 5066 County Home Road, Greenville, just beyond the Sheriff ’s Department.

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Worch window decorating VERSAILLES – Worch Memorial Public Library is hosting a window decorating contest at the library with the theme “Winter Wonderland.” Any patron, group, organization or business is welcome to pick one of the many windows at the library and decorate it with the provided supplies. Each window will be numbered, so patrons can vote on their favorite display. The winners will be

announced on Monday, December 9, at the library’s Christmas Throughout the Library celebration. Windows must be decorated between Nov. 18 and 30. All supplies will be provided by the library. Christmas Throughout the Library is on Thursday, Dec. 9, at 6 p.m. and it allows patrons to come into the library to enjoy the numerous Christmas trees decorated at the library. In addition to the decorated

trees, the Friends of the Library host a book sale and provide refreshments for patrons to enjoy. There is also a children’s craft area set up and an adult craft area. And there is always a special visitor at the library on that night to pass out gifts to the girls and boys. For more information about either of these events, visit www.worch. lib.oh.us or call (937) 5263114.

ESCC hosts RN to BSN PIQUA – Edison State Community College is hosting a Registered Nurse (RN) to Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) Information Fair on Friday, Nov. 15, 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in rooms 504/505 at the Piqua Campus. Current nursing students and practicing nurses are invited to learn about the opportunities available to them in pursuing a baccalaureate degree. Representatives from 14 universities will be available to share information about

their completion programs and to guide interested nurses toward their next steps for enrollment. This event gives prospective students the ability to obtain information about many programs in one visit. The faculty and administration at Edison State work collaboratively with all of the represented universities to provide for a smooth pathway to the BSN degree. Edison State encourages graduates of the nursing program to plan for their

future educational and career goals, and this is an excellent opportunity to do so. Nursing students currently in the capstone class will graduate in December and applications are being accepted now through January 31 for students interested in beginning Edison State’s nursing program in August 2020. For more information, contact Rick Roberts, Edison State Associate Professor of Nursing at rroberts@ edisonohio.edu.

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Greenville Early Bird

Sunday, November 10, 2019 5A

Doing a disservice to taxpayers By Ryan Berry

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I’m not sure what I’m missing and keep scratching my head trying to figure it out. The City of Greenville has an excellent opportunity to get a lot of road work done for a fraction of the price, but two councilmen are about to jeopardize a golden opportunity. How do you say no to $1.9 million worth of road improvements, curbs, gutters, sidewalks, lighting on Wagner Avenue and only pay $400,000? How do you turn down a ZERO interest loan? Apparently you can say no when you say you’re doing it for the kids and future generations. We evidently don’t want them paying approximately $67,000 a year over a sixyear period beginning in 24 years to produce shovel ready sites now, which has the capability of producing enough revenue from the city’s income tax to pay for the project many times over. As it stands, the city gets practically nothing in revenue for that barren land in the northern part of the city. If you are looking out for our future generations, increase the value of the land and I’m sure the school district would appreciate the extra revenue to help educate future generations. Here’s my problem with saying you don’t want the future generation to pay for it, which Councilmen John Hensley and Clarence Godwin have basically stated. Godwin also said he was concerned that we won’t know what the economy and budget are like in 24 years. When you don’t offer shovel ready sites and another community does, where does common sense tell you that business is going to go? Because of two councilmen, the city could miss out on an opportunity to better secure Greenville’s future economy. Where does most of Greenville’s income come from? The answer is income tax. Where do income taxes come from? That’s right, people who have an income. You need businesses hiring a workforce and you need people living and working in your community in order to receive an income tax. Both of these councilmen have also been hesitant when it comes to assessing property owners for sidewalks. Hensley suggested putting the issue on the ballot. He has already admitted his sidewalks will need to be repaired. Basically, he wants the taxpayers that he says he is concerned about to pay for the sidewalk repairs to his property. In November 2017, these two councilmen had no problem approving a bond for more than $800,000 to pay for equipment in the 9-1-1 dispatch center. A bond is basically a loan, with interest, that future taxpayers will pay. This project has the support of the Darke County Economic Development. That office has helped local companies grow and Darke County has one of the lowest unemployment rates in the state at 3.8 percent. That office has said numerous times that Darke County needs shovel ready sites to attract commercial, light industrial, and housing developments in order to compete with other communities. Greenville is blessed with a very fiscally conservative auditor and she has given this project her blessing. She explained that council had already approved and spent over $92,000 on engineering for the project. “And all, 100 percent of the council members voted to move forward with this project at that time and spend those dollars. At this point, not voting for this project is simply a waste of taxpayer money,” she said. It has been suggested that personalities have come into play with those opposed to this project. Maybe there is something to that, even if it’s only in their subconscious. A millennial owns one of the properties in that area. These two council members have led the charge against almost every idea brought to council by a person of that generation. The following projects were brought to council by a millennial and were stalled or opposed by one or both of these councilmen - bicycle racks, visitors bureau kiosks, wall murals, and stamped concrete in downtown Greenville, which has a connection to outdoor dining, and I’m sure I’m missing a few. All of these are ideas that break through the “We’ve never done it like that before” mindset. I think we can be progressive while still being fiscally conservative. Are we really looking out for future taxpayers by not doing this project now? We won’t be saving them money in the future if we pass on this opportunity. If by some chance the property is developed without council’s support and 25 years from now the city decides it’s time to expand their portion of Wagner Avenue, do you really think they are going to get the project done for $400,000? My guess is it will be 20, 30 or maybe 50 percent more – at least $450,000 and maybe more than $600,000. Mr. Hensley and Mr. Godwin, you will be doing a disservice to the taxpayers you say you are trying to protect. Contact Editor Ryan Berry at rberry@aimmediamidwest.com or (937) 5690066. Read more news, features and sports at DarkeCountyMedia.com.

Time change is bothersome heart issues, the latter which apparently claimed her life. At her graveside service, younger sister Brenda Norton read a poem written by Joann Snow Duncanson titled “Two Mothers I’m not sure I’m liking this time change business. Remembered.” And it goes like this: It seems like it’s plenty “I had two Mothers – dark at 6:30 p.m., and, for two Mothers I claim me, that makes for a long Two different people, yet evening. But it is what it is, with the same name. and we must live with it. Two separate women, Life right now seems diverse by design, kind of blah anyway and But I loved them both to have darkness arrive because they were mine. so early only adds to the The first was the Mother bleakness of life. who carried me here, So many of our family Gave birth and nurtured and friends are ill or have and launched my career. passed away in recent She was the one whose times, which puts another features I bear, damper on life. It seems Complete with the facial like we’re going to more doctor’s appointments and expressions I wear. She gave me her love, funeral homes the older we which follows me yet, get. Along with the examples By the grace of God, in life that she set. however, we get through As I got older, she somethese times even though how younger grew, it’s difficult. And we’d laugh as just And, then to think that winter is on its way! Don’t Mothers and daughters should do. really even want to think But then came the time about that, only that it’s a that her mind clouded so, mild one. And I sensed that the It’s been nearly nine Mother I knew would soon months since my nephew, go. Tom, died after a 14-year So quickly she changed battle with multiple myeloand turned into the other, ma, and Mom has been A stranger who dressed gone a month and a half. I am so thankful that she in the clothes of my Mother. didn’t die a horrendous Oh, she looked the same, death like her first grandat least at arm’s length, son did earlier this year. But now she was the She was having memory child and I was her issues but also had some

strength. We’d come full circle, we women three, My Mother the first, the second and me. And if my own children should come to a day, When a new Mother comes and the old goes away, I’d ask of them nothing that I didn’t do. Love both of your Mothers as both have loved you.” So sad, but true. ****** Jamie and I extend our condolences to the families of: Kody Ketring, Sommer Bubeck Basye, Kody Ketring, Louise Harbison, Jack Riegle, Phyllis Abernathy, Frank Pitman Jr., Jewel Thompson, Shirley Oswalt, Doris Hardwick, Donnie Saintignon, Iris Hathaway, Byron Brehm, Barbara Campbell Hart, Paul Siefring, David Alan Hartzell and George Treon. ****** Please pray for: Glenna Trevino Curry, Tony Liette, Darcy Buckingham, Cheryl Leugers, Jim Loy, Aaron McNutt, Slug Midlam, Gene Rieman, Jerri Dispennette, Floyd Sandifar, Jim Thiebeau, Mike Lyme (of Ansonia), Dallas Maier, Jeff Miller, Don Moyers, Shirley Miller, Phyllis Mong, classmate Jim Hunt, Kenny Brewer, Lindsey Purnhagen, Albert Duncan, John Jenkins Jr., Larry Arnett, Vanna Hannan, Jamie Campbell,

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Mississinawa Valley Blackhawks playoff bound Looking to strike quickly, Arcanum recovered an onside kick to keep the momentum in their favor UNION CITY – Two … but the Blackhawks were teams still fighting for a chance to make the post sea- able to hold them off and son squared off Friday night they went to work after a nice long run from Alex in the final regular season contest. Emotions were high Scholl set them up in scoring for both teams, plus Mississi- positions. Cody Dirksen then nawa Valley had to deal with hooked up with Zach Connor for a 3 yard score to tie the Senior night. It was a cold game at 6-6 to end the first night that played out much longer than it needed due to quarter. Arcanum responded on a struggling officiating crew. The Blackhawks found a way their third possession that was capped off by a Schonto come from behind late in the game stunning Arcanum delmyer keeper up the middle as the Trojan offensive for a 22-12 win. line dominated on the drive. On the Blackhawks first Arcanum would maintain a possession they threw a pick as Arcanum’s Ian Baker 12-6 lead at the half. Neither team mount a stepped in front to snare threat in the third quarter one away. Arcanum took advantage of the opportunity as the flow of the game was interrupted often with an and two plays later Bryce officiating crew who strugSchondelmyer hit Brennan gled on the field. Troutwine who tiptoed up Still trailing 12-6 heading the sideline for a 35 yard into the final stanza Missistouchdown to give the Trosinawa Valley finally showed jans a quick 6-0 lead.

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making the final score 22-12 for an exciting and memorable senior night finish for the Blackhawks. The Trojans who started the season at 7-0 dropped the last 3 games of the season to finish 7-3 overall and 5-3 in Cross County Conference play for a 4th place finish. Mississinawa also finished with a 7-3 overall record and Dale Barger | DarkeCountyMedia.com 6-2 in the Cross County ConThe Blackhawks take the field needing a win to earn a spot in the 2019- ference for 3rd place. The 7-3 2020 OHSAA playoffs. finish is the 2nd best season in school history. signs of life as Cody Dirksen went back to work and this The best record was 1991 connected with Blake Scholl time they would not be for a 41-yard gain. Two plays denied with Dirksen tossing when Curtis Enis led the Hawks to a 9-1 record … but a short pass to Josh Fett in later Scholl and Arcanum’s they failed to qualify for the the flat … Fett weaved his Ian Baker both came down state playoffs that year. way into the endzone for a with the ball on a pass play Fortunately for the Mis15 yard score. The two point at the 2-yard line … and sissinawa Valley they take 8 when the dust settled it was conversion good and with 4 minutes to go the Hawks led schools instead of 2 in those Baker who came away with days and have qualified for for the first time 14-12. his 2nd interception on the the State Playoffs for only MV held Arcanum on the night to stop the Blackhawks next possession and the MV the 2nd time in school hisdrive. tory, the other being in 2004. Backed up against the goal offensive in went to work. Unofficially it looks like line the Trojans were unable Dirksen benefitted scoring Mississinawa will travel to on the QB keeper, the two to take advantage and after Marion Local to take on the a short punt the Blackhawks point conversion was good

Flyers. Official results will be announced by the OHSAA after 2 p.m. on Sunday. “In years past, we would tuck our tails. I have preached for the last couple of years, don’t ever give up, stay focused and stay the course. Good things happen when you do that, it showed tonight. We kept fighting and kept fighting and finally made a few plays to turn it our way. I couldn’t be prouder than I am for my guys right now,” beamed MV Coach Steven Trobridge. “All the credit goes to these kids. When I took over my goal was to change the mentality here, I wanted the kids to be honest, work hard and believe … that along with amazing community support has been the difference. Now we just want to enjoy this moment and then we’ll see who we get to play in the playoffs,” concluded Trobridge.

Versailles falls to CHCA KETTERING – The Versailles Lady Tigers dropped a Saturday afternoon OHSAA D-III regional tournament match to the NO. 1 seed Cincinnati Hills Christian Academy 3-1, a private school represented by more than 40 school districts across the region. “Every game you’re going to have a winner and a loser,” said Versailles coach Kenzie Bruggeman. “You take that risk when you put on the uniform when you step out in an environment like this. Unfortunately we were on the losing side of it.”

The Lady Tigers finish the season playing in the Elite 8 following back-to-back state championship seasons. The opening set saw nine ties with the last coming at 14-14 before Versailles would take a 19-17 advantage. The Lady Tigers scored six unanswered points to earn a first set 25-17 win and take a 1-0 lead. “Our communication piece came and that’s what makes or breaks us,” Bruggeman noted. “We were executing, our defense was a lot better and serve receive was a lot better. When we are in system and we can make it easy on Kiersten (Bomholt) we are able to be calmer, we are able to put the balls away and each game from then on

Versailles bench. Trailing 15-12, Versailles battle back to cut it to a 1-point Cincinnati lead with the Lady Eagles calling for a it got less and less.” timeout. Lindsey Winner came CHCA pushed its lead to into the day needing 8-kills six at 22-16 before Versailles to reach 1,000-kills for the would go on a 7-0 run with Lady Tigers volleyball profreshman Kirsten Bomholt gram, a milestone the 6’1 at the serving line to take a senior would reach in the 23-22 lead. opening set. With the second set just “For her to get that as a 2-points from a possible winmiddle and to where she came from as a freshman, it’s ner, the teams went toe-totoe with what would prove just unbelievable,” Bruggeman said. “I’m so excited to to be 11-ties starting at 23-23 and the last coming at be able to watch her play at UD (University of Dayton). 33-33 before the Lady Eagles would take the set 35-33 and She is going to make leaps even the match a set apiece. and bounds.” “That was an unreal game Versailles jumped out to 3-0 and 6-3 second set leads and I think that was a really only to have the Lady Eagles big tell-all,” Bruggeman go on a 6-0 run to grab a 9-6 stated. “Everybody gave a lot that game and if we advantage. CHCA made it would have come off of that a 4-point advantage at 13-9 bringing a timeout from the with a win I think the third set would have looked a lot different – but we didn’t. Unfortunately that’s part of the game.” Set No. 3 had 9-ties with the last coming at 12-12

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Brooke Stonebraker goes high for a kill in Versailles Lady Tigers regional tournament play.

before the girls from Cincinnati would take a 2-1 lead with a 25-20 win. “It was just so many miss-executions again, a lot of missed serves,” Bruggeman said of set three. “We were passing on the 10-12 foot line. I wish our defense would have been a little bit better and then I think we would have seen a different result.” The fourth set was no kinder to Versailles as the Lady Eagles bolted out to a 10-0 advantage bringing a second Versailles timeout.

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Coach Custenborder leaves legacy Lady Tigers state volleyball champion as well as a state runner-up with the Lady Tigers basketball team. “I wanted to go one more VERSAILLES – After year,” Custenborder said of 14-years coaching girls bascoaching. “I wanted 15 in or ketball at Versailles, Lady at least more than 15, but Tigers JV basketball coach when Jacki made the deciKim Custenborder will be sion that she was going to be joining head coach Jacki Stonebraker on the sidelines the principal of our school and that she was no longer for the 2019-2020 season going to be able to coach, it with Stonebraker stepping down with the acceptance of made me stop and think a the school’s high school prin- little bit about things.” Custenborder grew up in cipal position. Louisville, KY where she was “It was an amazing run,” a member of her high school said Custenborder. “It is state championship softball something that I’ll never team as well an excellent forget and friendships with basketball player. With the these girls that will last a passing of her father this lifetime.” Custenborder was a part of past April it was time for her two Lady Tigers’ state cham- to evaluate her priorities. pionship teams and two state “I lost my father in April runner-up teams as a coach. and for a lot of years I Custenborder was coachput my team first which I ing CYO basketball, a church wanted to do – my family program for students not loved and expected me to playing school ball before do,” said Custenborder. “It Coach Stonebraker reached gave me the opportunity out to the College Basketball to evaluate things and look Hall of Famer about joining and say, ‘I probably need to the Versailles coaching staff. spend some more time with Custenborder accepted my mom’.” the invitation; coaching two “Christmas time I would years at the junior high level go home for 48-hours, before taking over the Lady I never went home for Tigers JV coaching job for Thanksgiving because we the past 12-years, “and ever were always playing in since we have been togethGreenville the next day in er,” Custenborder noted. the tournament and now Custenborder, the wife Tri-Village,” she continued. of Pat Custenborder, VP at “Now it is giving me the Phelan Insurance are the opportunity to spend some proud parents of two chilmore time with my mom dren, both Versailles alumni. and then of course my kids, Connor, at 6’5” was a then the business is growing two year starter for the Ver- so I need to be here.” sailles varsity boys program “Every day I was leavand Kelsey was a two-time ing at three o’clock and it

seems like things go crazy at three,” Custenborder said of her business, Prosperity Promotions. “I would go to practice and have on my mind a lot of things that were going on and it is hard to keep all of it balanced.” Prosperity Promotions was started 26-years ago by her father, Lou Byron after retiring from the Jefferson County (Kentucky) Sheriff’s Department. “When I graduated from college I wasn’t sure what I wanted to do,” said Custenborder. “My father had retired and he had done this business years ago before he was with the Sheriff’s Department. He got back into it and I joined him. We were in a 1,500 square foot building, had tons of catalogues, samples, did everything on paper and now 26-years later we are a corporation, we have our main corporate office in Louisville, KY. My brother has taken over the company and it is just amazing how it has evolved.” “In the last four years I decided that I would like to get back into the business after a stint and working for non-profits and being a stay at home mom. I thought it would allow me more time with my coaching and my kids so I started it in my basement. After a year and a half I started to take over the basement so my husband and I found this building here on Warren Street in Versailles. We purchased it and things have been growing ever since.”

Coach Custenborder is pleased to have coached under Versailles head girls basketball coach Jacki Stonebraker and is as well excited for her new position with the school system. “I am very excited for Jacki,” stated Custenborder. “I am excited for her but I am more excited for our community because she is doing a wonderful job. Those things I talked about, time management, etc. she has taken those things right from the court into the school building, using that with her teachers and her students and I am already hearing wonderful things about her. Jacki is all in and it is what they are going to get from her.” “Jacki was the type of coach that we were a team,” she added. “She was not a dictator. She would listen to what you had to say. She would funnel it and then do what she thought was best for the team, but she always encouraged her staff to give opinions and do things so it was always a situation where we could always work as a team.” “My husband, Pat took on the role Mr. Dad during basketball season because I was rarely home,” she said. “I missed a lot of my kid’s stuff, I missed their junior high games but my kids understood that and my husband was right there with them, there was always someone there with them to watch them play. Pat always was there. He and Shane (Coach Jacki Stonebraker’s

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Former Versailles Lady Tigers JV basketball coach Kim Custenborder at her buisness; Prosperity Promotions in Versailles.

husband) are two of the best coach’s husbands there are out there.” “I need to thank my kids because for many years they were the coach’s kids so they were looked at a little bit differently in the community,” Custenborder said. “It was harder on them than people probably think because they had to do the right thing at all times and kind of be evaluated by everybody. They worked hard. They were gym rats from when they were little and I just appreciate them being supportive of mom and letting me do that because it’s not always easy being the coach’s kid. “Sometime coaching your own daughter was not fun because you were put under a microscope,” added Custenborder. “I had to be very careful about the way I handled her. I didn’t treat her any differently than I did any other girls. She probably was treated a little bit harder and she probably felt the pressure a little bit more to have to perform, but I think she handled it really well and turned out ok.”

With the exit of one Coach Custonborder, another Coach Custenborder will make his Versailles coaching debut. “Super excited that Connor has joined the Lady Tiger coaching staff,” said Kim, Connor’s mother. “They were in need of a seventh grade coach where I started out at the junior high level. Tracy (White) asked me if I knew of anybody and I said I know a guy who is passionate about the game, loves that game and has a ton of knowledge about it so she contacted Connor and Connor is now the seventh grade coach. He is pretty excited about that.” “I will miss it, I will miss it tremendously but I am also going to enjoy my time traveling back and for to Louisville and having extra time at the holidays and when Kelsey calls and needs something up at Heidelberg I can run and take it to her,” Custenborder concluded. Contact Darke County Media Sports Editor Gaylen Blosser at gblosser@ aimmediamidwest.com or 937-5483330

Greenville Lady Wave completes first scrimmage time finishing shots and that is really reassuring as a coach because if we weren’t getting good looks then we have to kind of go back from GREENVILLE – The the very beginning.” Greenville Lady Wave Gone from last year’s hosted the Brookville Lady 10-12 team are 2019 graduBlue Devils and the Russia Lady Raiders Tuesday night ates; Jada Garland, Koryin the team’s first basketball anne Elliott, Saki Nakamura scrimmage of the 2019-2020 and Lani Shilt. The 2018-2019 Lady season under the direcWave averaged 41.2 points tion of veteran head coach per game, 26.2 rebounds, Rachael Kerns. 8.5 assists and 7.7 steals “New group this year,” said Greenville varsity girls per contest. The 2019-2020 team will look to replace the head coach Rachael Kerns. 20.6 points per game, 9.7 “Not really sure what to rebounds, 4.9 assists and expect. Both teams come 3.9 steals per game rackedin with much bigger size tonight than what we have. up by the four 2019 seniors. With the new season I really just wanted to make comes a new lineup and sure we were out there changes for the upcoming competing and I think we season. did that in every aspect “We are definitely going tonight.” to mix it up just a little “The good news tonight defensively,” said Kerns. “I – we didn’t have a tough think we are going to play a time getting shots,” Kerns continued. “We had a tough little more to our needs vs

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a 3.6 points a 3.8 rebounding average from 2019 to the court, Nyesha Wright 2.4 points and 2.8 rebound average, Annie Hayes 1.9 points and 2.4 rebounds and Abbie Yoder with a 1.0 points average and 2.2 rebound average from the 2018-2019 season. Grace Shafffer, Libby McKinney and Taylor Yates also return for the Lady Wave basketball program. “We had some girls that Gaylen Blosser | DarkeCountyMedia.com Greenville senior Haleigh Mayo Behnken sinks a free throw for the Lady have only been here for Wave in the team’s first scrimmage of the 2019-2020 season. three days, some have been here for five practices,” more than what I want to said Kerns. “It is still so leading rebounder with play.” early we’re not all the way 7.1 boards per game and a team leading 2.3 steals per in basketball form, but as “We’re not real tall but far as executing our offense game. we are a little longer than After missing most of the we got fantastic looks. We we look,” Kerns added. “We just missed a lot of things 2019 season due to injury, just have to play to what floor general Morgan Gilour strengths are going to bert brings a 6.1 scoring be.” average and a team leading Returning for the Lady Wave is 2019 leading scorer 3.5 assists average to the new season. Haleigh Mayo Behnken Natea Davidson brings with 12.2 points per game,

around the rim but if we weren’t getting those looks I would be a little more worried.” Lindsey McGlinch takes over the varsity assistant coaching position for the 2019-2020 season. Laura Swigart returns as the JV coach and Steve Liette will continue as the freshman coach. “Excited to keep working,” concluded Coach Kerns. “We’ll be back at it on Thursday.” The Lady Wave travels to Celina for a Thursday basketball scrimmage with a 6 p.m. start time. Contact Darke County Media Sports Editor Gaylen Blosser at gblosser@ aimmediamidwest.com or 937-5483330

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not. He loved clowns and his Clown Club. He loved to eat, especially hamburgers and Fiske fries from the Great Darke County Fair, which was another love of Alan’s. He truly would have lived at the fairgrounds if he would have had his choice in the matter. He loved going to the fair and seeing the fire and rescue personnel. He also enjoyed wearing his Hurd’s Towing and Tiger 97.5 t-shirts with pride. Some may have looked at Alan and seen a handicapped person. He was, actually, blessed as someone who loved his life and lived it to the fullest. He was uninhibited. He knew what was important in life: people and relationships. He loved unconditionally. He knew what it was to love and not expect anything in return. If you were fortunate enough to get a smile from Alan in your lifetime, you were truly blessed. His only survivors are numerous cousins and he will sadly missed by his best friend Bobby Runner and Travis, Kelly and Lexi Fliehman. Funeral Services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 9, 2019 in the St. John Lutheran Church, 7418 State Route 121-North, Greenville, with Pastor Peter Menke officiating. Burial will follow in the St. John Church Cemetery across the road from the church. There will be a reception of family and friends on Saturday one hour prior to the services in the church. Memorial Contributions may be given to the St. John Lutheran Church of Greenville Condolences for the family may be sent to www. zecharbailey.com. Alan D. Hartzell ESSER – Jerry Esser, 65, died Tuesday, HARTZELL – Alan Oct. 29, 2019. Jerry David Hartzell, 76, of was born July 30, Greenville, passed away 1954 and was a 1972 at 4:44 a.m. Monday, Nov. graduate of Ansonia High 4, 2019 at the Rest Haven Nursing Home, Greenville. School and a former member of the U.S. Air Force. Alan was born May 28, He worked for CSX trans1943 in Greenville and the Judith E. Cost portation from 1980 until son of the late David John 2003. When not working, and Frieda (Rismiller) COST – Judith Elsie he was an avid hunter, fishHartzell. Cost, 79, of Greenville, Paul A. Siefring erman and car nut. Alan was an active passed away early Sunday Jerry loved nothing more member of the St. John SIEFRING – Paul A. Sief- morning, Nov. 3, 2019, SAINTIGNON – Donald Lutheran Church of Green- than his family. He was a ring, 76, of Greenville, at Greenville Health and “Donnie” P. Saintiwonderful friend, brother, died Nov. 4, 2019, at Rehab Center in Greenville. ville and the Boy Scouts gnon, 74, of Greenhusband, father and Poppy. State of the Heart, She was born on June 29, of America Troop 400. ville, passed away on He was lovingly known as He was the founder of the Greenville. He was 1940, in Piqua, to the late Thursday, Oct. 31, Dad or Poppy to everyone Clown Club at the former George C. and Sylvia A. 2019, at Miami Valley Hospi- born Feb. 8, 1943, to the who crossed his threshold. Darke County Home and late Aloys & Hilda (Homan) (Parsons) Wooddell. tal in Dayton. He was preceded in Siefring. He married Kay In addition to her parents, Rest Haven Nursing Home He was born on April 17, death by parents, John & (Michael) on Oct. 26, 1963, Judy was preceded in death and was known as Mr. 1945, in Greenville to the Mary Esser. Jerry is surand she survives. by her husband, William S. Peanut. late Bernard N. Saintignon vived by his loving wife, If you knew Alan, you He is also survived by his Cost on Feb. 1, 1999; her and Naomi (Thompson) Renee Esser; devoted five children Jonie (Rod) great grandchildren, Hunter knew what he liked and Reed. didn’t like. He always made daughters, Jennifer White A. Eby, and Baby Girl Eby; In addition to his parents, Drew, Bruce Siefring, Lisa (Steven) and Sabrina Cox (Jeff) Hesson, Pam (Joe) her brothers, Lester Wood- that very clear. Alan loved Donnie was preceded in (Scott); adopted daughRuschau, and Tina Gelhaus. dell, Donald Wooddell, and God and Jesus with his death by his brothers and ter, Brooke Core (Jon); whole heart. He loved his All who knew him knew that William Wooddell; and her sisters-in-law, Marion and brother, John Esser (Sue); best friend, Bobby RunBetty Saintignon and Melvin besides his wife of 56 years, sisters, Lois Forsythe, and sisters, Sue Poling (Ron), ner, like a brother. Who he adored his grandchildren Joan Alspaugh. and Shirley Saintignon; his and Karen Steele (Chris); can among us say that and great-grandchildren. Judy was many things; brother, Duane Saintignon, grandchildren, Kiersten, Surviving are grandchildren: wife, mother, grandmother, they have a friend for 70 and his sister, Barb Hiatt. Bradley, Joey, Gage, years? Alan and Bobby Cortnie (Romie) Kremer, but none more important Donnie was born and Shelby, Mike, Nathaniel, could. Their friendship Ric (Taylor) Drew, Caleb and impactful than being a raised on his family’s farm William and Kaitlyn, as started when they were Mom and a Grandma. Her outside of Union City, Ohio. Drew, Ryan Drew, Gordy well as several nieces and 6- or 7-years-old in the (Samantha) Siefring, Kyle family is filled with fond At the age of 13, he started nephews. Boy Scouts and they were (Alaina) Siefring, Tyler memories of grandma’s playing music and became A memorial service was friends ever since. Alan (Rebecca) Hesson, Dillon cooking and the love and a well-known drummer. He loved his Community, espe- held Tuesday, Nov. 5 in care she poured into her later joined the United States (Alexa) Hesson, Devan (Danielle) Hesson, Jordon children, grandchildren and cially his church. He would Poquoson, Va. where he Marine Corps and served greet everyone with a smile resided. (Katie) Ruschau, Hayden great grandchildren. She in the Vietnam War. Donwhether he knew you or Ruschau, Kayley Ruschau, loved her family and spent nie was a faithful follower

Home, Piqua. Larry was recipient of the “Truck Driver of the Year” in 2009 for the State of Ohio. He enjoyed fishing, hunting, and camping, was a gardener and loved growing plants in his greenhouse and was a very hard worker. He was preceded in death by his parents; granddaughter, Harper Weaver; and four brothers, Jerry, Robert, Jim, & Tom Rosengarten. Larry is survived by his wife of 41 years, Judy R. (Hollopeter) Rosengarten; Alan ‘Tom’ McGlinch three children, Mike & Angie Rosengarten of Piqua, Casey MCGLINCH – Alan Rosengarten of Troy, Julie & Thomas McGlinch “Tom”, Brad Weaver of Chillicothe; age 77, of Arcanum, passed eight grandchildren, Philaway on Thursday, Oct. 31, lip Rosengarten, Samantha 2019 at 1:48 p.m. at the Brethren’s Retirement Com- Rosengarten, Michael Rosengarten, Amanda munity, Greenville. Born in Rosengarten, Troy & wife Greenville on Oct. 16, 1942 Taylor Rosengarten, Preston he was one of five children Weaver, Piper Weaver, Kai to the late Clarence & Jean Weaver; three step-grand(Martin) McGlinch. children, Michael & wife, Jill He was a 1960 graduate Ruchty, David & wife Rachel of Versailles High School Ruchty, Christopher Ruchty; and then went on to work two great-grandchildren, at FRAM Corporation for Olivia Deiters, Brantley over 32 years. He was a lifelong member of St. Paul’s Deiters; three sisters and Lutheran Church in Willow- brothers-in-law, Marlene & Jim Dapore of Tipp City, Jeadale, Ohio where he served as Deacon as well as a mem- nette & Dave Cox of Indian Beach, FL, Susie Bodiker & ber of the Southern Ohio Rob of Houston, Texas; and Senate. Upon the closing numerous nieces, nephews, of St. Paul’s in Willowdale, cousins, other relatives and he became a member of St. friends. Paul’s Lutheran Church in A funeral service at 1 Greenville. Tom enjoyed colp.m. Saturday, Nov. 9, 2019 lecting toy tractors, eating out, and spending time with at Bridges-Stocker-Fraley Funeral Home, Covington. family and friends; he will Interment is at Greenville truly be missed. In addition to his parents he is preceded Creek Cemetery, Bradford. in death by his brother Kelly Visitation will be 10 a.m. Saturday until time of service. Scott McGlinch. If desired, contributions may Tom is survived by his be made to Ohio Hospice of wife of 52 years, Lorene (Morris) McGlinch whom he Miami County or Covington married on July 1, 1967: sis- Outreach Association. Conters Judi & Jerry Baker, Jane dolences may be left for the Agne, and Joanne McGlinch; family at www.stockerfraley. com. sister-in-law Janet Sanders; brother-in-law Larry & Phyllis Morris; as well as numerous nieces and nephews. A funeral service was held Tuesday, Nov. 5, 2019 at the Zechar Bailey Funeral Home, Greenville, with Pastor Alan Knoke presiding. Burial is at Newcomer Cemetery, Arcanum. Memorial donations may be made to the National Kidney Foundation, or St. Paul’s Lutheran Church. Online condolences www. zecharbailey.com. Donald P. Saintignon

Larry M. Rosengarten

ROSENGARTEN – Larry Michael Rosengarten, age 70, of Covington, passed away Wednesday, Oct. 30, 2019 at his home. Larry was born in Coldwater, Ohio on January 13, 1949 to the (late) Florian & Martha (Grisez) Rosengarten. Larry attended Covington High School and was a truck driver for 45 years, retiring from Clopay with 27 years of service and had previously driven for Westerville Creamery, Covington. He worked for Family Farm &

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of Christ and a member of St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Greenville. He had a love for God, family, music, and painting. He resided north of Greenville for the remainder of his life. Donnie is survived by his wife of 47 years, Elizabeth (Klosterman) Saintignon, whom he married on March 18, 1972; his children, Matthew Saintignon, Kristen Woodbury and her husband, Derrick, of Union City, Ohio, and Kara Warren and her husband, Joshua, of Arcanum, Ohio; his grandchildren, Dyllan, Kayla, and Parker Saintignon, Troy, Taylee, Tenlee, and Tienna Woodbury, and Ella, Alia, and Mila Warren; his brothers, Denny Saintignon and his wife, Rose, of Versailles, and Danny Saintignon and his wife, Mary, of Ansonia; his brother-in-law, Larry Hiatt, of Greenville; his half-sister, Kathy Werner, of Greenville; and numerous nieces and nephews. In accordance with Donnie’s wishes, there will be no public visitation. A Mass of Christian Burial was held Friday, Nov. 8, 2019, at St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Greenville with Father John R. White officiating. A dinner followed at the Greenville Knights of Columbus Hall. The family has entrusted Tribute Funeral Homes, Greenville Campus, with the arrangements. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Darke County Backpack Program, 433 E. Water St. Greenville, Ohio 45331. Online condolences may be shared with the family by visiting www.tributefuneralhomes.com.

Shelby Gelhaus, and Makayla Gelhaus. Surviving are greatgrandchildren: Kali, Rhett & Kash Drew; Wyatt, Blake & Remie Kremer; Paul & Karl Siefring; Wyley, Waylynn, Weston, Wade, Bratcher & Deacon Hesson. Paul is survived by his siblings Don (Donna) Siefring, Phyllis Kunk, Jerry (Rita) Siefring, Sharon (Clete) Shoenlein, Jane (Mark) Fleck, Nancy (John) Pohlman, and Tom Siefring. He is survived by in-laws: Dale (Ella) Michael, Dale and Sharon Wissman, and Carol (Roger) Siefring. In addition to his parents, he is preceded in death by his mother and father-in-law Cyril and Esther Stukenborg; three infant brothers: Robert, Luke & Lester Siefring; sibling Roger Siefring; brotherin-law Carl Kunk; and two great-grandchildren: Baby Boy Kremer & Sawyer Drew. Paul was a proud American who served in the U.S. Army National Guard. He was a talented contractor who left pieces of his work all over Darke and surrounding counties. Paul donated his body to Wright State University’s Anatomical Gift Program. A celebration of life took place on Wednesday, Nov. 6, at the American Legion Hall, 325 North Ohio St., Greenville. Military Honors took place promptly at noon with a luncheon and celebration of life that followed. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made to State of the Heart. Anyone who knew Paul was familiar with his antics and quotes. So, for all who knew him remember, “it’s been your pleasure.”

as much time as she could with them. Judy also loved doing puzzles, word searches, word games and playing Bingo. She will be missed by her entire family and all who knew her. Judy is survived by her sons, Roger L. Cost, and his wife Kym, of Greenville, and Scott D. Cost, and his wife Vicki, of Versailles, Ohio; her grandchildren, Michael S. Cost, and his wife Amy, of Tipp City, Ohio, and Meagan M. Eby of Union City, Ohio; her great grandson, Winston A. Cost; her sister, Alice Mangen of Versailles; and numerous nieces and nephews. A Celebration of Judy’s life will be held at 11 a.m., on Saturday, Nov. 9, 2019, at Tribute Funeral Homes, Greenville Campus, with Pastor Mitch Arnold officiating. Burial will follow in Greenville Township Memorial Gardens. Guests may visit with Judy’s family on Saturday from 9 a.m. until the time of the service at 11 a.m. at the funeral home. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to Rossburg United Methodist Church, 117 Ross St., Rossburg, Ohio 45362. Online condolences may be shared with Judith’s family by visiting www.tributefuneralhomes.com.


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BOWER – Glenna Marie (Brubaker) Bower, daughter of Albert and Elsie Brubaker, was born Feb. 13, 1940 near North Manchester, Ind. She peacefully passed from this life on Nov. 1, 2019 at the age of 79 years, 8 months. Glenna was united in marriage with Isaac Benjamin Bower on June 15, 1958. They spent a short time in Camden, Ind. and Covington before settling on his family dairy farm near Brookville. In 1974, they moved their family to a dairy farm near Hollansburg. Then in 1990, they moved into Palestine where they spent the remaining years of their lives. Realizing their need for the cleansing blood of Christ, Glenna and Isaac, were baptized on May 22, 1960 into the Old German Baptist Brethren Church in which they remained faithful. She had a strong faith in God, which she lived as an example to all, and a deep love and concern for the church. Glenna was preceded in death by her husband, parents, stepmother Vera (Niccum) Brubaker, father-in-law Jesse Bower, mother-in-law Maude (Fisher) Bower/ Beckner, stepfather-in-law Josiah Beckner, infant grandson Damon Bower, brother & sister-in-law Gerald & Virginia Sink, and sister-in-law Dorothy Bower. Left to mourn her passing are five children, David Bower & wife Martha, Philip Bower & wife Yvonne, Lowell Bower & wife Joy, Nancy Durham & husband Phil, and Dennis Bower & wife Kim; siblings, Shirley Wray & husband Leroy, Peggy Wise & husband Marvin, Ray Brubaker & wife Marge, and Connie Reece & husband John, and brotherin-law Lester Bower; grandchildren, Stephanie Eller & husband Brent, Eric Bower & wife Shelley, Greg Bower & wife Jessica, Brian Bower, Melinda Mason & husband Orin, Clint Bower & wife Brenda, Laban Bower & wife Bethany, Meredith Durham, Maddy Kuntz & husband Abe, Fletcher Durham, Samuel Bower; and 18 great-grandchildren. Mom patiently bore the difficulties of two open-heart surgeries, several stents, and congestive heart failure. We are truly thankful for and appreciate her example of enduring the trials of life with a positive attitude. Funeral services were held on Nov. 4 at the Palestine Meetinghouse by the home brethren. Her earthly body was laid to rest in the Miller Cemetery behind the Meetinghouse. We leave her in the hands of a loving God to await the resurrection of the saints. Arrangements are being handled by Zechar Bailey Funeral Home, Greenville, Ohio. Condolences for the family may be expressed through www.zecharbailey.com. HATHAWAY – Iris M. Hathaway, 90, of Greenville passed away at 12:33 a.m. on Thursday, Oct. 31, 2019, at her residence. Iris was born Aug. 7, 1929, in New Madison to the late Lester & Florence (Agler) Geeting. In addition to her parents, Iris was also preceded in death by her husband, John R. Hathaway on May 11, 2010, whom she married Oct. 5, 1950; son, Keith Hathaway; grandson, Robbie Hathaway; great-granddaughter, Sarah Heeter; brother, Wayne Geeting; and sisters, Margaret Miller Drew and Ruth McLear. Iris is survived by her sons & daughter-in-law, John R. & Deborah L. Hathaway of Greenville and Donald L. Hathaway of Greenville;

daughters & son-in-law, Carol A. Hathaway of Greenville and Diane L. & Kirk Zimmer of Arcanum; grandchildren & spouses, Brian K. (Audrey) Hathaway, Jaime L. Hathaway & fiancé, Travis Burton, Doug (Karla) Zimmer, Philip (Haven) Zimmer, Charles (Krista) Zimmer, Erica Zimmer, Pam (Andrew) Parrish, Alicia (Jeremy) McKinney, John (Brittany) Hathaway; stepgrandchildren & spouses, Matt (Jennifer) Swiger, Mike (Carrie) Swiger and Mitch (Ambré) Swiger; great-grandchildren, Naomi Hathaway, Johnathan Heeter, Lydia Heeter, David John Zimmer, Ashlyn Zimmer, Ethan Zimmer, Nadalyn Zimmer, Amelia Zimmer, Henry Zimmer, Alexi Zimmer, Cora Zimmer, Zyan McKinney, Hope McKinney, Lillian McKinney, Kailyn Robertson, Caison Parrish, Donald Lee Hathaway, Faith Hathaway, Colton Denny and two foster great grandchildren; step-great grandchildren, Audrey Swiger, Liam Swiger, Trevor Swiger, Jaylin Swiger, Nick Swiger and Landon Burton; and numerous nieces and nephews. Iris was a farm wife, mother and nurse for Dr. Boli and Wayne Hospital in Greenville. She graduated in 1947 from New Madison High School and in 1950 from Miami Valley Hospital School of Nursing. Iris was a member of Ft. Jefferson United Methodist Church, Darke County Farm Bureau, Ft. Greenville Camping Club, Friends of the Darke County Parks and Nifty Neave Homemakers. A memorial service will be held at 11 a.m. on Friday, Nov. 15, 2019, at Ft. Jefferson United Methodist Church, 3856 Church St. Ft. Jefferson with Rev. David Brisker officiating. Burial will follow in Oak Grove Cemetery, Ft. Jefferson. The family will receive friends on Friday from 10 to 11 a.m. at the church. Memorial contributions may be made to Ft. Jefferson United Methodist Church or the Church Building Fund. Condolences for the family may be expressed through www.zecharbailey. com.

he is preceded in death by his son, Bernard Treon; granddaughter, Kerri Murphy; brothers-in-law, Ron Dirksen and Larry Goffena. He is survived by his wife of 58 years, Sharon (Goffena) Treon, whom he married September 16, 1961; children, Frank & Jenny Treon, and Kim & Terry Murphy; grandchildren, Michael Treon, Kelsey Treon, Donald & Ashley Brocious, Thomas Murphy, and William Murphy; one great-grandchild on the way; siblings, David & Rosie Treon, Emma & Russ Scott, and Marilyn Dirksen; and sister-in-law Barb Goffena. Friends called on the family on Friday, Nov. 8, 2019 at the Bailey Zechar Funeral Home, Versailles. There was a brief prayer service with Fr. David Vincent officiating. Burial will take place at a later date at the convenience of the family. Online sympathies www. zecharbailey.com.

Kody A. Ketring

KETRING – Kody Allen Ketring, 53, of Greenville, passed away at 5:22 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 5, 2019 at the State of the Heart Care Center, Greenville. Born in Greenville on Jan. 16, 1966, he was one of three children to Sandy K. (Scherger) Ketring and the late David Allen Ketring. He was a 1984 graduate of Greenville High School, and then went on to work at FRAM Corporation for over 18 years, and at F&P America for over 10 years. He loved to watch football and baseball, especially the Cincinnati Reds and Cincinnati Bengals. Kody enjoyed playing trivia, listening to Elvis Presley and spending time with his grandson, David. He had been a resident at the Brethren’s Retirement Community for the past five years, and had made many friends there. He will truly be missed. He is preceded in death by his father David A. Ketring. Survived by his wife of 33 years, Teresa (Best) Ketring, whom he married on June 21, 1986; mother, Sandy K. Ketring; sons, David Roland George F. Treon & Ashley Ketring, and Derek Ketring; grandson, David Ray Ketring; sisters, Kim & TREON – George F. Ted Gray, and Kelli & Tim Treon, 78, of Versailles, Callebs; mother & father-inpassed away peacefully on Monday, Nov. 4, 2019 at 7:10 law, DeAnna & Glen Best; a.m. at the Versailles Health lifelong friends, Rob Jones, and Mark Middlecoff; as well Care Center. Born in Veras numerous nieces, nephsailles on January 23, 1941 ews, family members, and he was one of four children friends. to the late Herman & Alma Friends may call on the (Marshal) Treon. family from 2-5 p.m. on George had worked for, Saturday, Nov. 9, 2019 at and retired from General Motors, Inland Division as a the Zechar Bailey Funeral Home, Greenville. Funeral foreman. He was a member of St. Denis Catholic Church, service to follow at 5 p.m. Memorial contributions Versailles. George was a may be made to State of the Golden Eagle and member Heart Hospice, the Brethren of the Fraternal Order of Retirement Community; or Eagles #2347, Versailles. MDA Foundation. Online He was a former volunteer sympathies www.zecharbaifirefighter for Versailles ley.com. Fire Department. George CRIM – Virginia S. Crim, enjoyed spending time at 101, of Greenville, passed his retirement home in Alpena, Michigan, where he away on Wednesday, Nov. 6, 2019 at 8:40 a.m. at the also liked to go mushroom hunting. He enjoyed the out- Brethren Retirement Comdoors; cutting wood, fishing, munity. She was born Dec. 29, 1917 in Nokesville, Va. gardening and working in the daughter of the late the flower beds. More than Noah & Hazel (Craull) anything he loved spending time with his family. He will Shideler. She retired in 1978 from the Huber Heights City truly be missed. School System. In addition to his parents

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She was a 1942 Graduate of Manchester College with a Bachelor’s Degree in Art and Music; she was a founding member of Emanuel Church of the Brethren in Huber Heights and a member of Greenville Church of the Brethren; she sang in the church choir and the Home Choir; she loved to quilt, cook, and paint. She was a very independent woman. She is preceded in death by her parents; her husband, Kenneth J. Crim on March 22, 1995 whom she married July 22, 1943; her brothers, Emerson W. Shideler, and Russell D. Shideler; and daughters in laws, Bessie M. Crim and Lillian Cryder. She is survived by her children and spouses, Gary W. & Karen (Orpurt) Crim of Dayton, Karen & Tom Dillon of Vandalia, Steve & Jane (Bromley) Crim of Warsaw, Ind., and Kurt M. & Kathy (Martin) Crim of Boca Raton, Fla.; 11 grandchildren and four great grandchildren. Services will be held on Monday, Nov. 11, 2019 at 11 a.m. at Greenville Church of Brethren, 421 Central Ave., Greenville, with Pastor Ron Sherck. There will be a private burial in Huber Cemetery, DeGraff, Ohio. The family will receive friends from 9-11 a.m. on Monday at the church. Arrangements are being handled by Zechar Bailey Funeral Home, Greenville. Memorial contributions may be made to Greenville Church of the Brethren or The Brethren Retirement Community Resident Aid Fund. Condolences for the family may be expressed through www.zecharbailey.com.

husbands: Lowell Hittle and John F. Heft; one daughter: Lana Hittle Bodiker; one granddaughter: Brittany Heft; two brothers: Carl and Paul Trittschuh; three sisters: Helen Kay Dancer, Delores Karns Blake and Patty Cox; Leah Hittle Trittschuh; and her loyal canine companion Omega “Meggie” Treva was a 1944 graduate of Versailles High School. She worked as a clerk stenographer at the veteran’s administration in Dayton. She was selfemployed as a seamstress, while raising a family and later worked as a salesclerk in the office supply business in Greenville for 22 years. Treva appreciated her kind and caring neighbors over the years. She was a member of First United Methodist Church in Troy. Funeral service will be held at 1 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 14, 2019 at Baird Funeral Home with Rev. Chris Heckaman officiating. Burial will be in Greenlawn Cemetery in Versailles. Friends may call from noon1 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 14, 2019 at Baird Funeral Home. Memorial contributions may be made to First United Methodist Church, 110 West Franklin Street,

Troy, Ohio 45373 or Brookdale Hospice, 2621 Dryden Road, Suite 204, Moraine, Ohio 45409. Condolences may be expressed to the family at www.bairdfuneralhome.com. WINTROW – Donald D. Wintrow, 83, of Pleasant Hill, died Monday, Nov. 4, 2019. A funeral service was held Thursday, Nov. 7, 2019 at Stocker-Fraley Funeral Home, Bradford. Interment is at Gettysburg Cemetery. Condolences may be left for the family at www.stockerfraley.com. FURLONG – Rebecca “Becky” Ann Furlong, 67, of Pleasant Hill, died Sunday, Nov. 3, 2019. A Celebration of Life will be held at 1 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 16, 2019 at Bridges-Stocker-Fraley Funeral Home, Covington. Friends will gather from 11 a.m. until time of service. Condolences may be left for the family at www.stockerfraley.com. NETZLEY – Carolyn M. Netzley, 67, of Greenville, died Sunday, Nov. 3, 2019. A memorial service was held Friday, Nov. 8, 2019, at the Greenville Church of the Brethren, Greenville. Arrangements are under the direction of Zechar Bailey Funeral Home in Greenville, www.zecharbailey.com.

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HEFT – Treva Trittschuh Heft, 94, of Troy, formerly of Ansonia, was called home to be with her Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, on Tuesday, Nov. 5, 2019 at Brookdale of Troy. She was born on Aug. 23, 1925 in Darke County to the late Willie and Arietta (Nottingham) Trittschuh. Treva is survived by daughter: Pamela Heft of Troy; son: John D. Heft of Troy; two granddaughters: Ann Bodiker of Dayton and Heather Heft of Grove City; three great grandsons: Nathaniel, Gabriel and Tyler; brother: Lester (Sharon) Trittschuh of West Milton; and three sisters: Carolyn Sue (David) Engle of Piqua, Ruby Peeples of Piqua and Peggy (Tom) Hill of Versailles; sisters-in-laws: Phyllis Trittschuh of Greenville and Marie Trittschuh of Vandalia many loving nieces and nephews. In addition to her parents, she was preceded in death by

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PITSBURG – The Shiloh Congregation of Pitsburg will host the Stutzman Family Singers at the Pitsburg Church of the Brethren on Sunday, Nov. 17, 6 p.m. This gospel singing family from the Midwest consists of three generations, each following in the footsteps of the former. From the mission fields to one room country churches, they spread the gospel message through song, teaching and sermon. The public is invited to come and listen to their

Stutsman Family Singers

message. Admission is free, located at 8376 Pitsburgand a love offering will be Laura Road, at the west collected. The church is edge of Pitsburg.

TCC hosts concert on Nov. 17 GREENVILLE – Join Triumphant Christian Center, 1129 South Towne Court, Greenville, on Sunday, Nov. 17, 6 p.m., for a concert with Judith Montgomery and Family. Judith Montgomery and Family are known for their tight family harmony, strong vocals and anointed singing. Judith has been singing for more than 20 years. Megan and Graham joined her at a young age and now Justin also sings frequently during the program. Judith’s

Judith Montgomery and Family

husband Marold runs the sound and transports the group to their many singing engagements throughout the country.

Judith is lead vocalist, singing both alto and soprano. She also plays the piano and writes music. Megan also sings lead, alto and soprano, writes music and plays the trumpet. She is a Resource Teacher for local elementary schools. Graham sings baritone, lead and plays the trumpet. He is currently in training as a diesel technician. Justin is 11 years old and frequently sings some choruses during concerts.

GREENVILLE – Get ready for an action-packed evening of fun, as the YMCA of Darke County will be hosting the first local Nerf Nights. Two events are scheduled for 2019: Versailles will host the first Nerf Night on Friday, Nov. 15, from 5:45-9 p.m. In Greenville, Nerf Night will take place Friday, Dec. 6, from 7-9 p.m. This is a supervised event for children in kindergarten through sixth grade. Parents are not required to stay at the facility during this program.

There will be a course set up with bunkers, barriers, and other structures. Participants will play a variety of games, such as capture the flag, elimination, and more. Participants should bring their own Nerf guns. Please make sure guns are labeled. Guns must be able to fire standard Nerf darts. No modified, automatic, mega, vortex, electric blasters, or foam melee items. The Y will provide darts. Please do not bring darts. The Y will also provide safety glasses. Eye protection must be worn

at all times. Also, please note, this is a no-contact event. The fee for this event is $10 for members and $20 for potential members. There is a $2 discount for siblings. Pre-registration for this event is encouraged, as a minimum number of participants is required. Questions about this event may be directed to the YMCA in Versailles at 526-4488, or in Greenville at 548-3777. Register in person, by phone with payment, or online through www.ymcadarkecounty.org

Thanksgiving at First Presbyterian

Tickets: $15 Adults $7.50 Children 3-8 years RESERVATIONS REQUIRED

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Stutzman family to sing

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November 15th Fri 11-4 November 16th Sat 11-4 Olde Milk House Gifts

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Fabric Crafts

Just 2 Miles North 2810 St. Rt. 48, Ludlow Falls 937-698-4066

Angel Heaven 11 N. Miami St 937-698-WING

Marmee’s Pantry 25 S. Miami St 937-719-3138

Pick up a card at any participating shop and have it stamped at ALL 10 locations to enter the GRAND PRIZE drawing. You must be 18 to enter. No purchase required.

GREENVILLE – Come share a Thanksgiving dinner with your community family on Thanksgiving Day, Nov. 28, from 11:30 a.m.–1 p.m. Don’t settle for a TV dinner alone when you can join others in this family meal with all the

trimmings. First Presbyterian Church, 114 East Fourth St., Greenville, invites you to share Thanksgiving blessings. Besides the turkey and dressing, the meal includes mashed potatoes and gravy, seasoned green beans, cran-

berry salad, rolls, milk, coffee and lemonade, assorted pies and desserts. Along with the good food, enjoy music and good company. Donations will be accepted. Call (937) 548-3188 to let them know you will be there.


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BPW to host Breakfast with Santa December 7th GREENVILLE – The Greenville Business & Professional Women’s (BPW) Club is planning its annual Breakfast with Santa. The club invites all to join them for this occasion to be held on Dec. 7 at 9 a.m. at the Greenville VFW Hall, 219 N. Ohio St. The menu will consist of scrambled eggs, sausage, donut holes and a beverage and will be cooked and served with the assistance of Dara Buchy and the Greenville High School Supply Chain Management. Santa will be there with Mrs. Claus. There will be limited reservations, taken on a first come, first served basis. Reservations must be made by Dec. 2. Children must be

accompanied by an adult. The cost for this event will be $5 for each person attending. Reservations, along with payment, should be sent to Greenville BPW, c/o Susan Fowble, 130 Willow Dr., Greenville, OH 45331. Reservations must include a list of the first and last name, age, and indicate whether a boy or girl of each child who will be attending, along with the first and last name of each other person attending. If you have questions concerning this event, call (937) 548-1414. There will be presents for each child and lots of fun. The BPW club will also have available for sale ‘super raffle’ tickets. Win-

ners will be drawn at the Dec. 12 meeting. The raffle is a chance to win one of five prizes: first prize - 14 Karat White Gold Necklace and Earrings with Crystals (Wielands). second prize 39” Smart TV – Element Brand (Performance Mortgage), third prize KitchenAid 5 Speed Blender (KitchenAid), fourth prize $100 of Dining Gift Cards (Deb & Gene Niekamp) and fifth prize Relaxation Massage (Escape Spa LLC). Super Raffle tickets are available at Merle Norman at 309 S. Broadway, Greenville, by contacting Debbie Niekamp at (419) 305-2178 or any BPW member. The winner does not need to be present to

win. Tickets are $2 each or six for $10. All proceeds from our fundraisers are used to award scholarships

to the young women of Darke County. The Greenville BPW Club’s mission is to achieve

equity for all women in the workplace through advocacy, education, and information.

FREE EVENT

Monday, November 11th 5:30-7:00pm “Dry Needling”

In accordance with its mission of “Building healthy lives... together”, Family Health’s Behavioral Health and Wellness Center is hosting a program series titled, “Alternatives for Pain Management.” Please Join Dr. Heather Pappas, PT, DPT, from Wayne Healthcare on Monday November 11th, at 5:30 as she discusses “Dry Needling”. Patients suffering from headaches, joint pain, muscle tightness/soreness, weakness, and post-operative patients may benefit and be an appropriate candidate for dry needling treatment. The free program will be held at the Behavioral Health and Wellness Center located at 1101 Jackson Street in Greenville (The Reid Medical Building next to Family health) on Monday November 11th from 5:30-7pm. A light meal will be provided, and a drawing for door prizes.

• FREE speaking event • Open to the public • Light meal provided • Door Prizes Location: Reid Building, 1101 Jackson St., Greenville (Next to Family Health)

Join the Greenville BPW for Breakfast with Santa on Dec. 7.

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Please call Jane Urlage or Lacie Grosch at (937) 547-2319 to reserve a seat!


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WEEKEND EDITION Greenville Early Bird

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New cidery and winery to open

The Brodericks in the 1940s

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Flag is a surprise for Brodrick GREENVILLE — Betty (Lease) Brodrick was honored to receive via U.S. mail an American flag that flew over the U.S. Capitol Building in Washington, D.C., on Oct. 9 this year. Now, she not only has the flag in her possession but also has a keepsake Certificate of Authenticity signed by the architect of the Capitol. The flag was flown that day in honor of her 71st wedding anniversary with her husband, Robert, who died in 2000. To Brodrick’s surprise, her daughters — Deborah Shuff of Greenville, Marceena Hamilton of Tennessee and Roberta Ditty of Greenville — made the honor extra special. Betty said it was spearheaded by Marceena and said she will treasure and encase her items and proudly display them beside the flag she received from the Army National Guard in gratitude for her husband’s service to the country when he passed away. “The girls got their heads together last summer, and then a week before I received the flag, they told me I was going to get another one,” she said. “The flags are stored in the basement of the Capitol, and the girls emailed their request. You have to submit an application to a senator or representative. They mailed it to Sen. Rob Portman at https://www.portman. senate.gov/service/flagsrequests.” The Brodricks were married in 1948 in Arcanum at the EUM Church. They resided in Greenville all but one year of their marriage, when he transferred to Glendale, Calif., to help with the new Sheffield Western Branch of Precision Toolmaking Measurement Instruments. Betty, who was born May 11, 1930, has an interest in preserving history and music as well as her family. In addition to her

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Betty Brodrick will proudly display the flag that flew over the U.S. Capitol on Oct. 9 in commemoration of she and her husband, the late Robert Brodrick’s 71st wedding anniversary. He will be placed near the flag she received from the Army National Guard in gratitude for her husband’s service to the country when he passed away.

daughters, she has three sons-in-law, John Shuff, Randy Hamilton and Michael Ditty; eight grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren. Betty is a member of Daughters of the American Revolution Fort Greenville Chapter. Thus, it was honorable that this flag flew so close to the DAR National Headquarters Complex in Washington, D.C. Yes, she is keeping the flag, box and all and even the envelope that the Certificate of Authenticity came in. “It’s a commercial grade flag and it has a holder, too,” she said. Brodrick said she was an operator for Ohio Telephone Service for 10 years, had worked at Goodyear and at Wayne Hospital, having worked as a nurse’s aide for seven years and as a unit clerk for more than 24 years. She and her husband met at the portable skating rink across from the Maid-Rite in 1947. “He farmed for his father and came to the skating rink,” she recalled. “It was my day off on Sunday, and he came to skate. A couple’s skate came up, and he took my hand. He took me home, and came back two weeks later, and we went to the Hamburger Shop and it started off.”

from around the world and has a distinguished line of judges. They won several awards, including a gold medal for their sweet wine, BRADFORD — Dreams Brianna. However, they had are like a fine wine — it dreams of expanding their takes time to bring to fruicraft and began a search tion. for property to open their For Danielle and Shaun winery. Since both are from Pierce, years of hard work the Miami County area, their brings them to the cusp of search brought them to a late pay-off as the couple antici1800s farmhouse on 20 acres pates opening Twenty One on Horatio-Harris Creek. Barrels Cidery and Winery The location was perfect, on the outskirts of Bradford centralized from other area in June 2020. wineries that will put them “There is no go-to book on a path of several wine on opening a winery,” said Shaun Pierce as he explained trails not only in Ohio but how their journey began sev- also in Indiana. And, in a moment of irony, or perhaps eral years ago. Not only did the couple visit and network showcasing a small world, Shaun discovered after the with local wineries and in purchase of the property he various states but attended had an already established conferences, classes, and family history there. An aunt even joined a wine associagrew up there, and a distant tion. cousin was the previous In time, they were making their own wine and hard owner. Currently, the couple is ciders, ruminating over the first batch that was, in their in the process of building a words, “terrible” before per- facility that overlooks the fecting their work leading to property complete with a award winners. This includ- wide porch for relaxing while enjoying a wine or cider. ed the INDY International Wine Competition that wel- Another area of seating will be created on the east side of comes some 2,000 entries

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Years of hard work and preparation is paying off for Danielle and Shaun Pierce, founders of Twenty One Barrels Cidery and Winery on the outskirts of Bradford with an anticipated opening in June 2020.

the building with umbrella tables. The almost 2,000 square foot interior space will offer a variety of tasting options for guests and will also be the location for production. The latter a more arduous process then one would imagine that includes multiple licensures and even working with the EPA as byproducts or unconsumed wine must be disposed of in a holding tank given their location in the countryside with a septic system. Sulfites can kill the bacteria in the system. In front of the new building, there stands a vineyard that was planted over the summer. The vines will mean

the eventual production of dry, sweet, and semi-sweet wines, as well as their focus on hard ciders. “A big part of what we are planning on doing is focusing on the hard cider side of the business,” said Shaun, explaining how cider is considered wine and that, “No one really does it around here.” More information is available on the Twenty One Barrels Cidery and Winery Facebook page @21barreslwine and www.21barrels.com. Reach reporter Bethany J. RoyerDeLong at 937/548-3330 or email broyer-delong@aimmediamidwest.com. Read more news, features, and sports at DarkeCountyMedia.com.

Housing and workforce is the focus GREENVILLE – Partnering for Progress (P4P) celebrated its 10th anniversary on Wednesday at the P4P Fall Mixer held at the Bistro Off Broadway. A large contingent of local business and manufacturing leaders joined with local government and education leaders to learn about the economic development progress made in Darke County over the past decade. “When this first started, we were talking about the importance of manufacturing and getting more companies into the county and that was the focus,” said Mike Bowers, director of Darke County Economic Development. “And then it became a workforce piece,” he said. The transition to developing a workforce has allowed his office to employ a workforce specialist and they’ve worked to ensure local businesses will have a pool of employees to choose from. Tamala Marley, workforce specialist, shared the numerous programs her office has put together for high school students to highlight the career opportunities found close to home, including the senior Inspire Career Concert, junior job shadowing, sophomore manufacturer tours and regular superintendent and manufacturing meetings. Bowers stressed the need for housing in Darke County.

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Partnering for Progress celebrated its 10th anniversary with business and community leaders at the annual Fall Mixer.

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Darke County Economic Development Director Mike Bowers presented Phillip Pierri, of YOLO, with a certificate of recognition.

“Housing can be obstacle to that growth,” he said. Versailles has taken it head on. They have two subdivisions moving forward.” He further stated Greenville has some opportunities as does Arcanum, Ansonia, and New Madison. Bowers is working with Greenville to do something with the old Marsh building and “how that could move things forward with housing, not for just Greenville, but for Darke County,” he said. Another area of that county that has witnessed several projects this year

is Osgood. “The Village of Osgood, with just 300 folks, had five projects moving forward this year. We’ve gotten through three of the five projects and now they’re looking at seeing how they can build a small industrial park and increase their housing stock,” said Bowers. He explained businesses fight for employees and Darke County is in competition with other communities to get a workforce. “We need families to move to our areas,” he said. The need is great, especially with Midmark’s $46

million investment in the technology center. “We need housing and we need opportunities to bring in the 110 employees,” Bowers added. Quality of life and amenities offered by a community are important to attracting families. “We are very fortunate in Darke County because there is a group of folks that epitomizes that quality of life portion. You look at what YOLO has done for Greenville and Versailles. The amphitheater in Heritage Park has been a great addition. You look at an urban park that is part of the downtown landscape of Greenville. Those are just great quality of life additives that we get the benefit of,” Bowers said. Bowers presented Phillip Pierri of YOLO with a certificate of recognition. Bowers said, “That next generation is very important to how this county grows and thrives.” Pierri shared that YOLO completed two projects this past year, amphitheater and urban park, which invested $1.3 million in Darke County. “We do that and are able to do that because of most of you in this room. The generosity of this community and how they’ve come together to support our organization and what we want to do for the community…we are very blessed.” Contact Editor Ryan Berry at rberry@ aimmediamidwest.com or (937) 5690066. Read more news, features and sports at DarkeCountyMedia.com.


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WORSHIP GUIDE Zephaniah 3:17: “The LORD your God is in your midst, a mighty one who will save; he will rejoice over you with gladness; he will quiet you by his love; he will exult over you with loud singing.”

APOSTOLIC

Solid Rock Apostolic............................................8991 Old US 36, Bradford, 937-718-0351 CAC of Greenville ...........................................................630 Pine, Greenville 937-730-1313

ASSEMBLY OF GOD

Greenville First Assembly of God ....7219 State Route 118N Greenville, Oh 937-548-5445

Pray for Our Country and Our People!

Helen’s Flowers 937-548-3008 1146 Sweitzer St. Greenville, OH 54331 www.helensflowersgreenville.com

BAPTIST

Favorite Hill Baptist Church ........................................ 1601 South Street, Piqua, 773-6469 First Baptist Church ...........................................7233 Ohio 121-North, Greenville 548-7616 Faith Baptist Church ................................................. 740 E Russ Rd., Greenville, 548-1808 Greenville Baptist Temple ............................ 4689 Childrens Home Bradford Rd., 548-7283 Union City First Baptist Church ...................225 S. First St., Union City, OH 937-968-6163 Cornerstone Historic Baptist Church .......933 N Howard St, Union City, IN, 765-964-3119 Bible Baptist Church ......................................... 510 Front Street, Greenville, 937-547-1239

BRETHREN

Beech Grove Church of the Brethren ........3420 Harrison Rd., Hollansburg, 937-997-4895 Bradford Church of The Brethren ...................................120 West Oakwood St., 448-2215 Castine Church of the Brethren .......................... 624 State Route 127, Arcanum 678-9945 Cedar Grove Church .....................................................373 Love Rd., New Paris, 997-3675 Oakland Church of The Brethren ......... 8058 Horatio-Harris Creek Rd. Bradford, 448-2287 Pitsburg Church of Brethren ..................8376 Pitsburg Laura Rd., Arcanum 937-692-8772 Greenville Church of the Brethren ............................................421 Central Ave., 548-3583

CATHOLIC

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St Mary’s Catholic Church.......................................... 233 W Third St. Greenville 548-1616 St Denis ....................................................................14 E Wood St, Versailles 937-526-4945 Holy Family (Frenchtown) ...................................11255 St Rt 185, Versailles 937-526-4945 St Louis ........................................................................15 Star Rd, North Star 419-582-2531 Immaculate Conception .............................5874 N. Buckneck Rd., Bradford, 937-526-4945 St Mary ........................................................425 W Hickory St, Union City, IN, 765-964-4202

CHRISTIAN

Coletown Congregational Church .................. 2876 State Route 571, Greenville 548-6590 East Zion Church ..........................................................................6171 St. Rt. 36, Greenville First Congregational Church ......................... 115 W. 5th St., Greenville, OH 937-548-3575 Woodington Congregation Church ...............8978 N State Route 49, Greenville 548-9441 Stelvideo Christian Church, 6808 Church St. ............... Stelvido, Greenville, OH 316-8198 Teegarden Congregational Church ..................2753 State Route 47 W., Ansonia 337-4249 CMA Church .....................................................306 Devor St., Greenville, OH 937-548-4955

Santa’s Stocking 5k helps Fish GREENVILLE – Spread Christmas cheer this holiday season at the inaugural Santa’s Stocking 5K, benefitting the Darke County Fish Choice Pantry. This family-friendly, untimed event invites you to venture through Penguin’s Pass, enjoy the music of Caroler’s Corner, and experience the joy of Candy Cane Lane during this run/walk/stroll held at Greenville City Park on Saturday, Dec. 7 at 9:30 a.m. “We’re excited to host the

Santa’s Stocking 5K,” said Nicole Loy, owner of Fit by Loy. “It’s great to offer the community a fun way to exercise while also supporting a wonderful non-profit that provides emergency food to those in need.” “We are also thrilled to announce that The Coffee Pot will be sponsoring the finish line,” said Loy. “They will be serving hot chocolate, coffee, and cookies – just as Santa would want it!” All participants will also receive a gift from

Santa and an edible medal. In addition to the run/ walk/stroll at the Park, the Santa’s Stocking 5K is offering a virtual run for those who are out of town or would prefer to put in those miles indoors. Participants in the virtual 5K will be mailed an edible finisher’s medal. Details and registration for this event can be found at https://runsignup.com/ Race/OH/Greenville/SantasStocking5K

UC Christmas baskets UNION CITY – Applications are currently being accepted for Christmas baskets at the Community Help Center. Applications will be taken through Nov. 27. To apply, applicants must bring proof of income – food stamps, child support,

SSI, disability, unemployment, or pension – and proof of housing. You must be a resident of Randolph Eastern School District in Union City, Ind. or Mississinawa Valley School District in Union City, Ohio. Only low income eligibility will be accepted.

Applications will be taken at the Community Help Center on Monday through Thursday, 9-11:30 a.m. and 1:30-2:45 p.m. Organizers encourage persons needing help to sign up in their own community.

CHURCH OF CHRIST

Greenville Church of Christ ..............4599 Chldrns Hm Brdfrd Rd., Greenville, 937-548-4467 East Main Church of Christ .........................419 East Main Street, Greenville, 937-547-1557 1499 N. Broadway 653 Hickey Ave. Greenville, Ohio 45331 Versailles, Ohio 45380

548-4141 526-4440

CHURCH OF GOD

Ansonia First Church of God ........................................750 S Main St., Ansonia, 337-3945 The New Beginning Church of God ...................802 East 4th St.,Greenville, 937-214-6502 Triumphant Christian Center ........................... 1129 South Towne Ct., Greenville 548-0300

EPISCOPAL

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St Paul’s Episcopal Church .................................201 S Broadway St., Greenville 548-5575

INTERDENOMINATIONAL

Family of God..............................................................310 W South St., Arcanum, 692-8521 Lighthouse Christian Center .....................5256 Sebring Warner Rd., Greenville, 548-7464

LUTHERAN

DON’S BODY SHOP 807 RIFFLE GREENVILLE, OHIO 45331

937.548.5257

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Since 1946

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Certified Arborist 4617 Jaysville St. Johns Road Greenville OH 45331

937.548.1705

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JOHNSTON

St. John Lutheran Church ............................... 7418 State Route 121, Greenville 548-5404 St Paul’s Lutheran Church ................. 13495 Greenville St. Marys Rd Vers., 419-336-7111 St Paul Lutheran Church ......................................... 131 E. 4th Street, Greenville 548-5770 St. Matthew’s Evangelical Lutheran Church........6825 State Route 722, Ithaca, 678-8584 Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church ................... 8520 Oakes Rd., Pitsburg 937-692-5670 Trinity Lutheran Church .................. 1470 W. State Route 28, Union City, IN 765-964-5712 Trinity Lutheran Church .................................204 E. Wood Street, Versailles 937-526-3091

METHODIST-UNITED

Abbottsville United Methodist Church ........................................ 3145 St. Rt. 49, Arcanum Ansonia United Methodist Church........... Corner of Pearl and High St., Ansonia 337-5781 EUM Church ..........................................................1451 Sater Street, Greenville, OH 45331 Faith United Methodist Church .................................101 E. South St., Arcanum, 692-8934 First United Methodist Church ......................................202 W 4th St. Greenville, 548-3075 Fort Jefferson United Methodist .............................. 3856 Church St., Greenville 548-4410 Gordon United Methodist Church ........................ 311 East St., Gordon, OH 937-884-5129 Ithaca Grace United Methodist ........................................750 Arcanum-Ithaca Rd 678-9062 Nashville United Methodist.................. 5984 Palestine Union City Rd. Greenville 548-1421 New Madison United Methodist ....................149 N. Main St., New Madison 937-996-5341 Rossburg United Methodist.................................... 117 Ross St., Rossburg, 937-338-4765 Trinity United Methodist Church ................112 West South Street Arcanum, OH 692-8530 Versailles United Methodist .................................122 W Wood St, Versailles 937-526-3855 Webster United Methodist Church .............................. 8849 Seibt Rd., Versailles 526-3855

MISSIONARY

Greenville Missionary Church........................1110 N. Broadway, Greenville 937-548-1842 Pleasant View Missionary Church ......5231 Gettysburg Pitsburg Rd. Greenville, 447-3885

NON-DENOMINATIONAL

Calvary Bible Church ......................................... 9462 State Route 571, Arcanum 947-1978 Beamsville Christian Church.............6102 Beamsville-Union City Rd. Greenville 547-0009 CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC. INC. Friendship Community Church ..............1005 Eaton Fort Nesbit Rd. New Paris, 997-3592 True Life ............................................................... 5990 State Route 36, Greenville 548-3558 Personal Care is the Backbone of Our Business! Living Waters Ministries .............................................102 W Main St., Versailles, 526-4567 Bible Fellowship Church....................... 7757 Grnv-Celina Road, Greenville, 937-547-1952 109 Rhoades Avenue Northside Community Fellowship.......................8135 St. Rt. 127 N., Greenville, 564-5942 Rosehill Country Church .................................. St. Rt. 49 and McFeeley-Petry Rd, Rosehill Greenville Versailles Christian Church .................................105 W Ward St., Versailles 937-526-4194 Hillgrove Federated Church .............1009 Hillgrove Woodington Rd., Union City, 968-6332 www.johnstonchiropractic.net Congregation Anshe Emeth Jewish Synagogue .......... Caldwell St., Piqua, 937-623-1234 Arcanum Community of Faith .................................................109 W. George St., Arcanum

937.548.3610

PENTECOSTAL

Faith Apostolic Lighthouse ............................................... 332 W Payton St, 765-628-3299

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Professional Service

937.996.6331 111 N. Main Street New Madison

PRESBYTERIAN

First United Presbyterian Church ..................................... 114 E. Fourth St., 937-548-3188

UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST

St. Paul United Church of Christ ..............................129 W. Third St., Greenville, 548-4506

UNITARIAN UNIVERSALIST

First Universalist Church ...........................331 E. Washington St. New Madison, 996-3403

WESLEYAN

Trinity Wesleyan Church ...........................................1400 E Main St., Greenville, 547-0337 Greenville Wesleyan Holiness Church .................... 201 Hall Street Greenville, OH 45331 Bethel Long Wesleyan Church.............................................. 255 Stingley Road, Greenville

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Insurance

Where Insurance is a Profession Not a Sideline Call or Drop In: 5 S. High Street, Arcanum 45304 937-692-8123 219 Sycamore, Greenville 45331 937-692-6554 Email us: insurance@rjwarner.com Visit us on the Internet at: www.rjwarner.com

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GHS Class of 1965

GREENVILLE – The Greenville High School Class of 1966 is having its monthly luncheon at Asian Buffet on Thursday, Nov. 14 at 12:30 pm. They meet the second Thursday of the month. Invite other classmates that do not have Facebook. Visit their Facebook page for more details and to RSVP. Plan to join in on the great conversations and good food.

GREENVILLE – The Greenville High School Class of 1965 will meet for its luncheon on Wednesday, Nov. 13, 11:30 a.m., at the Moose Lodge on Sweitzer Street. Mark your calendar and join them for a good time. RSVP to Pam at (937) 902-5612.


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TO ALL VETERANS AND CURRENT SERVICE MEMBERS, THANK YOU!

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Mr. Kenton D. Moore, Owner, hereby offers at private sale by sealed bids through the law office of Theodore O. Finnarn, certain farm real estate consisting of an excellent farm tract, 61.009 acres in Section 7, Franklin Township, Darke County, Ohio as further described below. Such bids to be delivered to the Law Office of Theodore O. Finnarn, Attorney at Law, 421 Public Square, Greenville, Ohio on or before 4:00 PM on Tuesday, November 19, 2019.

A Place to Live + Income! This property consists front & back porches ofENCLOSED a 2 BR 14x70 mobile home, a 1 BR house &on a this 2-ST sided 4 BR!+ LRM 28x60 metal vinyl barn with a 1 home. BR apartment room & workshop DRM. Office/computer room. Porch for or garage. MLS 794306 #4567 on back. 60x120 lot. MLS 796728 #4583 ANEW Bit of History can be found2 inBR thishome turn ofin FM LISTING! Cozy School District. KIT, the century 2-story LRM, brick! 3eat-in BR, 2½ BA.utility Amplerm & bath. garage roomFRM. for vehicle, KIT cabinetDet. space. DRM.has Spacious 2-car work area andoutbuildings. hobby room. Occupancy garage. Several Nearly 4 acres! at closing! MLS 803912 #4607 MLS 799434 #4595

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OPEN TODAY 1:00-2:30 P.M. 5332 Otterbein Ithaca Rd., Arcanum 1320 Highland Dr., Greenville 211 Westminster Dr., Greenville NEW LISTING 2710 Gettysburg Pitsburg Rd., Arcanum Nice brick ranch in Franklin Monroe School District. Wood floors in the kitchen & one bedroom, with carpet in living room and 2 of the bedrooms. Propane fireplace could be used as backup heat if you lose power. Sitting on an acre lot with a 2 car attached garage, a 30’x24’ detached garage and a shed.

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LEAF CLEANUP, large or small jobs. Also Snow Removal, Mowing, Landscaping, Shrub Trimming, Spraying/Fertilizing. Reasonable rates. References available. Very dependable. 548-1716, ask for Justin

Glick's Construction, Inc, locally owned & operated construction company with over 20 years in business, looking for reliable, self-motivated, hardworking individuals who are willing to learn & grow with our company. Skills beneficial but not required. Must have valid driver's license. Call 547-3051 or 937-603-2007

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Willow Place Apartments We're better than ever! 3 bedrooms, 1.5 baths. Call 937-316-8489. Equal Housing Opportunity

Spacious clean apt suitable for single mature person. Near LANDSCAPING SER- Full or part-time Car- Wayne Hospital. All apVICES - Spring & Fall penter. Minimum 2 pliances. Private. experience. Off-street parking. No Cleanup. Bed Mainte- years nance, Edging, Mulch- 548-2307 Pets, Smoking or ing, Shrub Trimming, Metro. Low utilities. New Landscaping. Help Wanted/General 937-548-7339 Free Estimates. GetLarge Studio aparttysburg Outdoor since Woodworker Wanted. ment, 3rd floor view of 1999! 888-834-1549 Full or Part Time. Downtown Greenville, Inside Work. Needs to includes washer/dryer, Other Services be Precise refrigerator and stove. and Professional. Rent $450, deposit and references required. Gutter Cleaning & Re- Call 937-417-4060 Call 937-459-2616 or pair Services. Free Es937-459-2615 after timates. Call Joe 5pm 937-467-3777

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JOHN A. KAISER & NORMA JEAN KAISER PRIVATE SALE OF 13.684 ACRES BARE FARM LAND BY SEALED BIDS Initial Bids Due November 20, 2019 at 12:00 p.m. (noon) Section 4, Wabash Township, Darke County, Ohio

Contact me for info: Call or text 937-564-8767 REAL ESTATE

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NICE COUNTRY FAMILY HOME, 3-4 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, attached garage. North of Greenville. Greenville S.D. 937-621-7444 Houses For Sale

Tom. Guillozet, Attorney for John A. Kaiser and Nonna Jean Kaiser, hereby offers at private sale by seal bids 13.684 acres of bare fann land located along State Route 705 in Section 4 of Wabash Township, Darke County, Ohio.

5 acres with partial woods. Newly renovated 3 bedroom, one bath. All new wiring and plumbing. New furnace, water heater and softener. New roof and siding. Mississinawa Valley school district. $175,000. 937-968-5617

Detailed Bid Packets will be sent to any interested bidder by contacting Attorney Tom. Guillozet, 207 East Main Street, Versailles, Ohio 45380; (937) 526-3501; tguillozet@haneslaw.com. Bids must be submitted per bid instructions no later than 12:00 noon on November 20, 2019. All interested bidders who have submitted valid sealed bids are invited to be present at announcement of bids on November 22, 2019 at 9:00 a.m.. at the office of Tom Guillozet set forth above and will be able to submit one re-bid. Sellers reserve the right to accept or reject any and all bids. Properties to be sold II AS IS 11• Anything statements made on day of re-bid shall take precedence over any statements made in this advertisement. Tom. Guillozet Hanes Law Group, Ltd. 207 East Main Street Versailles, Ohio

Begin in 2020 as an independant contractor as a Booth Renter keeping 100 percent of income. Highly visible location and parking

NOTICE OF PRIVATE SALE OF ONE TRACT OF FARM REAL ESTATE BY SEALED BIDS DEBRA K. KAUFFMAN, EXECUTOR OF THE ESTATE OF PATRICIA A. PAX FKA PATRICIA SWALLOW BURT, DECEASED, shall offer at private sale by sealed bids ONE (1) TRACT OF FARM REAL ESTATE DESCRIBED AS FOLLOWS: STUDER RD, VERSAILLES, OH 45380 PARCEL ID: T73-0-410-16-00-0010301. BEING 65.880 ACRES BARE GROUND SITUATED IN THE NORTHEAST QUARTER OF SECTION SIXTEEN (16), TOWNSHIP TEN (10) NORTH, RANGE FOUR (4) EAST, WAYNE TOWNSHIP, DARKE COUNTY, OHIO. SAID TRACT IS SUBJECT TO ALL EASEMENTS AND RIGHTS OF WAY OF RECORD and is also subject TO A LEASE FOR THE 2019 CROP YEAR. TILE WORK HAS BEEN PERFORMED ON SAID TRACT. THE DESCRIPTION OF SAID TRACT IS AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST. SAID FARM REAL ESTATE IS BEING OFFERED AS FOLLOWS: THE SUBJECT TRACT IS BEING SOLD “AS IS”. The EXECUTOR reserves the right to accept or reject any and all bids. Said sealed bids may be delivered to the law office of Dynes & Dynes, LLC, 2840 Alt. St. Rt. 49 N, Suite B, Arcanum, OH 45304 prior to the date of bid opening or may be submitted on date of bid opening but prior to bid opening. All bidders who have submitted sealed bids may be present at the opening of the bids. Said sealed bids shall be opened on the 16th Day of NOVEMBER, 2019, at 10:00 a.m. at which time any bidder may increase his/her bid. Said bids shall be opened at THE VERSAILLES VETS CLUB BUILDING LOCATED AT 106 S. CENTER ST., VERSAILLES, OH 45380. The successful bidder(s) shall execute a non-contingent contract for the purchase of said real estate. The successful bidder shall make a ten percent (10%) earnest money deposit of the purchase price on date of sale. The balance of said purchase price shall be due and payable upon delivery of FIDUCIARY deed within thirty (30) days. Successful bidder responsible for 1ST half 2019 installment of real estate taxes and assessments which are due in February, 2020 and all such taxes and assessments due and payable thereafter. SELLER SHALL NOT PAY ANY CAUV RECOUPMENT CHARGES. Possession of SAID TRACT shall be given ON FEBRUARY 29, 2020. Any statements made on day of sale shall take priority over any statements made in this advertisement. Bid packets are available at the law office of Dynes & Dynes, LLC, 2840 Alt. St. Rt. 49 N. Suite B, Arcanum, OH 45304 or call (937) 692-5712. OH-70156356

Gville, very nice ground floor 1 BR Apt. appliances,W&D hock up, parking,122 A w. Water ST $405/MO 548-5053 Greenville 1 BR upstairs apt. Stove, refrig & water included. $400 deposit, $400/mo. NO PETS. 937-564-4126 Greenville 1 BR downstairs apt. Stove, refrig & water included. $425 deposit, $425/mo. NO PETS. 937-564-4126

Fox Run Senior Apartments 1230 Adrien Avenue Greenville, OH 937-316-8025 2 & 3 Bedrooms for Seniors 55 and Over This institution is an equal opportunity provider and employer

OPEN TODAY! 1-2:30 404 PLUM STREET - 2-story, 3 bedroom home;k appliances included! Corner lot; fenced yard; 1 car detached garage. $79,900 208 SYCAMORE - 2-story, 4 bedroom home with eat-in kitchen; fireplace in dining room; hardwood floors and gorgeous staircase! Detached garage w/lean-to. $119,000 3364 BRUMBAUGH ROAD - Selling at auction! New carpeting; fresh paint; new baseboard heat; vinyl replacement windows; 1 1/2 car attached garage. New landscaping and fenced yard.

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GREENVILLE COMMERCIAL LISTINGS 142 CHERRY HILL DR $297,000. GREENVILLE Commercial land along the busy US Rt with 1273180 Business and 4142 Bed, 2 bath,HILL 3 carDRgarage, custom built home sq. ft., loop large deck, CHERRY Greenville Celina Rd. ODOT traffic counts put 5300 vehicles$297,000. driving screen patio. (797287) 4past Bed,these 2 bath,parcels 3 car garage, customUSbuilt 3180 sq. ft., large deck, daily along Rt home 127. with Property consist of 11.7 5761 HARTZELL NEW LISTING $325,000. screen patio.multiRD. (797287) acres with ple access points off of Greenville Celina Rd. (803408) 55761 Bed,HARTZELL 3 bath, 5 acres 2 carLISTING garage, basement, deck. (804342) RD. wooded lot,NEW $325,000. 532 E THIRD $43,700. 5Commercial Bed, 3 bath,ST. 5offi acres lot, 2 car garage, deck. (804342) ce wooded space available along basement, Wagner Avenue. Building 4532 Bed, 1.5 bath, 1796 sq ft, enclosed front porch, 2 car garage. (782257) E THIRD offers 2,940ST. sq ft of space with 7 private office’s, 1 semi private$43,700. office, 330 E FIFTH ST. 1796 sq ft, NEW PRICEfront porch, 2 car garage. $79,900. 4Recepti Bed, 1.5onbath, enclosed space, Lobby/Waiti ng room, large bullpen and(782257) break 4330 Bed, 2 full bath, 2 bonusNEW room PRICE for study or workshop, many updates. (789565) E FIFTH ST.parking $79,900. room. Ample for clientele and staff. (802710) OUT OF GREENVILLE 4 Bed, 2 full bath, 2 bonus room for study or workshop, many updates. (789565) 123 CLAY products, ST. BRADFORD $23,500. Tractor parts accessories business. Specializing OUT and OF GREENVILLE 2123 1 bath det.onGarage, fenced in backyard. (757262) inbed, carburati on & 1.5 igniti systems. Parts and accessories for Farm CLAY ST.home, BRADFORD $23,500. 13 W. WATER ST.Tractors. ARCANUM -OPEN HOUSE 11/3/19$110,000. of in parts in stock for immediate 2Show bed, 1Pulling bath home, 1.5 det.Thousands Garage, fenced backyard. (757262) 413 Bed, 2 bath,Shop 2ST. carARCANUM garage, 24 2 sheds, in town. (771245) shipment. online hours aHOUSE day,in7acre days a week. Great gross W. WATER -OPENalmost 11/3/19$110,000. 408 ST2RT 5712W CITY NEW LISTING $96,000. 4sales Bed, carUNION garage, 2 sheds, almost inBusiness acre in town. & bath, excellent net income annually. only, no Real(771245) Estate 3408Bed, 1.5 bath, ranch home, 2 car garage, 1384 sq. ft. of living ST RT 571 W UNION CITY NEW LISTING $96,000. included. (6621) space. 3 Bed, 1.5 bath, ranch home, 2 car garage, 1384 sq. ft. (804401) of living Office building for sale in a high traffic area of Wagner Avenue. GREENVILLE space. (804401) 142 CHERRY HILL of DR4 office units, 3 of which are currently$297,000. Building consist rented. 4Longer Bed, 2 term bath, tenants 3 car garage, built history. home with 3180issq. ft., large deck, with custom good pay There ample parking screen aroundpatio. the building. Good traffic flow through this center.(797287) Retail 5761 HARTZELL NEW LISTING $325,000. center ready forRD. your business. (797618) 5 Bed, 3 bath, 5 acres wooded lot, 2 car garage, basement, deck. (804342) Commercial building located in the heart of Versailles. This$43,700. facility 532 E THIRD ST. ers 1.5 approximately 4,800sf onfront theporch, main2 level plus 4,800 (782257) on the 4off Bed, bath, 1796 sq ft, enclosed car garage. second level. manual levels. 330 E FIFTH ST.There is aNEW PRICEelevator that will service all 3$79,900. 4(773565) Bed, 2 full bath, 2 bonus room for study or workshop, many updates. (789565) OUT OF GREENVILLE Great location just off Downtown Greenville. Flexible lease rates 123 CLAY ST. BRADFORD $23,500. unit for Doctors ce. One unit set for(757262) office 2available. bed, 1 bathOne home, 1.5 set det. Garage, fencedoffi in backyard. space. One unit set for retail space. Former grocery has multi ple 13 W. WATER ST. ARCANUM -OPEN HOUSE 11/3/19$110,000. 2 docks, mezzanine and endless possibiliti unit is 4freezers, Bed, 2 bath, 2 car garage, 2 sheds, almost in acre in town. es. Each(771245) separately available forCITY lease. (787600) 408 ST RT 571 W UNION NEW LISTING $96,000. 3AttBed, 1.5 bath, ranch 2 car garage, of living ention Investors! Thishome, property offers good 1384 cash flsq. ow ft. showing a GREENVILLE space. (804401) 12%CHERRY ROI aftHILL er expenses! Located between historic downtown and 142 DR $297,000. Property ershome off street parking. 4north Bed, 2town bath,shopping. 3 car garage, customoff built with 3180 sq. ft.,Both largeunits deck, are currently screen patio. rented with both tenants under a lease. (792435) (797287) 5761 HARTZELL RD.on this two NEW LISTING $325,000. Investors wanted unit duplex. One unit has 3 bedroom 5and Bed,1.5 3 bath, 5 acres wooded garage, basement, deck. Both (804342) baths. Second unit lot, has22car bedrooms and 1.5 baths. baths 532 E THIRD $43,700. have washerST. dryer hook ups. (789998) 4 Bed, 1.5 bath, 1796 sq ft, enclosed front porch, 2 car garage. (782257) 330 E FIFTH ST. NEW PRICE $79,900. Commercial Lease: 4 Bed, 2 full bath, 2 bonus room for study or workshop, many updates. (789565) OUT OF GREENVILLE Marquee corner space with 2 large picture windows. Former Cash 123 CLAY BRADFORD $23,500. Land, thisST. space offers 4 teller stations and large lobby area. (798387) 2 bed, 1 bath home, 1.5 det. Garage, fenced in backyard. (757262) Former dance studio space could be 11/3/19transformed to retail or 13 W. WATER ST. ARCANUM -OPEN HOUSE $110,000. is approximately consisting of(771245) a large 4restaurant. Bed, 2 bath,The 2 carspace garage, 2 sheds, almost 1100sf in acre inoftown. room entry/lobby. (798388)NEW LISTING 408 STand RT 571 W UNION CITY $96,000. 3Approximately Bed, 1.5 bath,6700 ranch home, 2 car garage, 1384 sq. ft. of living sf of open space ready for renovations. Interior GREENVILLE space. (804401) dimensions are approximately 56’x120’. This space would be a great 142 CHERRY HILL DR $297,000. retail user.3 Close to downtown the busy Marti Street/US36 4for Bed, 2 bath, car garage, custom builtonhome with 3180 sq.n ft., large deck, corridor. Triple Nets are $2/sf. (798595) screen patio. (797287) 5761 HARTZELL NEWhas LISTING $325,000. Office space forRD. lease. This space approximately 2400sf consisti ng 5ofBed, 3 bath, 5 acres wooded lot, 2 car4 garage, basement, deck. (804342) a large recepti on/lobby area, large offi ces, breakroom, training 532 E THIRD ST.room. (798391) $43,700. room, storage 4 Bed, 1.5 bath, 1796 sq ft, enclosed front porch, 2 car garage. (782257) 330 FIFTH ST. NEW PRICE $79,900. ThisE space is approximately 2200sf of retail area just waiting for a 4new Bed,life. 2 fullCenter bath, 2 on bonus study or workshop, many updates. (789565) theroom busyforWagner Avenue corridor, 13,000+ cars OUT GREENVILLE go by the center every day.OF Complex anchored by a furniture store 123 ST. BRADFORD $23,500. andCLAY restaurant. (798389) 2 bed, 1 bath home, 1.5 det. Garage, fenced in backyard. (757262) Offi space ST. forARCANUM lease along-OPEN the busy Marti n St./US 36 corridor. This 13 W.ceWATER HOUSE 11/3/19$110,000. 1200sfalmost consisti ng of 4 offices, recepti on 4space Bed, 2has bath,approximately 2 car garage, 2 sheds, in acre in town. (771245) areaSTand waiti room. nets are $2/sf. Located close to 408 RT 571 W ng UNION CITYTripleNEW LISTING $96,000. 3downtown. Bed, 1.5 (798608) bath, ranch home, 2 car garage, 1384 sq. ft. of living space. (804401)

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TERMS OF SALE: Sealed bids to be opened at time and place as indicated above. All bidders may be present and will be given an opportunity to increase their bids. The successful bidder shall execute a “non-contingent” contract for the purchase of said real estate. Payment will be $10,000.00 down payment on that day of sale, balance within thirty (30) days upon delivery of deed. (Closing before December 30, 2019.) Deed will issue with buyer being responsible for the next installment of real estate taxes and assessments due in February 2020. Other terms and conditions may be made known on day of sale and announcements made on that date will supersede any prior statements. Interested buyers may obtain a bid packet by calling the law office of Theodore O. Finnarn as indicated below. The sellers reserve the right to reject any and all bids and to negotiate independently with any bidders. Kenton D. Moore By: Theodore O. Finnarn, Attorney 421 Public Square, Greenville, Ohio 45331 Phone: 937.548.3240; Fax: 937.548.3291

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NOTICE OF SALE OF KENTON MOORE FARMLAND 61.009 ACRES, FRANKLIN TOWNSHIP, DARKE CO., OHIO

#E20-0-408-07-00-00-104-00 (61.009 Acres) – Said real estate is located in Section 7, Franklin Township, Darke County, Ohio and has frontage on Byreley Road and is located between Yount and Neff Roads. Said property has no buildings and has approximately 6.36 acres woodland with FSA 54.4 acres tillable. Said farm ground is subject to Tenant Farmer’s Lease for 2019. Selling “as is” and “where is” with legal description already approved on the tract by County Engineer.

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LOTS OF UPDATES in this 3 bedroom home at 927 Jackson! Hardwood floors in living room and bedrooms. Utility shed to stay. ULpper 70’s IN PITSBURG this 1 1/2 story home at 222 Lumber Street has 9x24 enclosed porch. 11x18 building included! Mid 50’s IN SOUTH END OF GREENVILLE at 620 Chestnut this 2 bedroom home has large living room; partial hardwood floors; cedar siding; partially fenced yard. 3 car detached garage. Upper 80’s INVESTMENT PROPERTY at 411 Euclid! Front unit has 2 bedrooms and rents for $465 per month. Back unit has 1 bedroom and rents for $350 per month. Upper 60’s NORTH OF ANSONIA this 3 beedroom home at 11808 St. Rt. 118 is on a 1.6 M/L acre lot with barn. Mid 90’s IN NEW MADISON at 132 Cherry Street is a 4 bedroom, 1/1/2 bath home! L shaped living room; front and back porches; appliances included! 2 car detached garage. $71,000 4 ACRES ZONED COMMERCIAL on Wagner Avenue across from LOWE’S! Can be divided! Call Joe for additional information! Jim Shuttleworth BLUE Evelyn Shuttleworth SPRUCE Joe Shuttleworth REALTY Greg Shuttleworth Richard Edwards 547-9770 www.bluesprucerealtyinc.com


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Fall/Winter Equipment Consignment

Friday - Dec. 6, 2019 at 9:30 AM 4938 St Rt 49, Greenville, OH 45331 **Consignments are now being accepted for absolute auction!** • Farm and Ag related equip., Construction equip., and Lawn and Garden equip.

Storage

2 br Grnvl. Garage, a/c, lawn care, appl. WDH. No Pets/Smoking. $525. 937-423-2337

REAL ESTATE MANAGEMENT

Storage for personal & business use. Penske Truck Rentals. Call Sales Greenville Stor & Lock. 548-1075, 5328 MiNice 2 Bedroom & bath chelle St 16 wide, vinvly siding & windows, 2 x 6 side Half Doubles walls, 10 minutes from Walmart $22,900/$245 lot rent a month water IN ARCANUM, 2 Pearl included 937-459-7815 St, 2 bedroom brick ranch double with attached garage. $600 AGRICULTURE per month plus $600 Security Deposit plus utilities. Call 548-9940 Farm Equipment for Rental Application

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MERCHANDISE

Antique Baby Cradle. Call (937)569-1909

Autos For Sale

2016 Nissan Versa SV Miscellaneous Exc Cond 54,000 miles 4 door Sedan, silver, Houses For Rent blk int, auto, front SILVER DOLLARS of 238 wheel dr Collection United States silver $7,500.937-564-8609 Union City 3 Br house dollars dated before with attached garage, 2014 Buick Verano, 4 1935. $3999 takes all. $625/mo 937-423-3318 cyl., auto., 55,000 mi- 937-878-8784 les, maintenance records available, $9000. DISH TV $59.99 FOR G'ville, updated 2 BR 190 Channels + $14.95 548-4448 house. Storage shed, High Speed Internet. w/d hookup, walk-out 2008 Expedition, Free Installation, Smart basement. 610 E. 5th 91,000 $11,995. 2015 HD DVR Included, Free St. $525/mo. 548-5053 Soul, 54,000 $7995. Voice Remote. Some DOORS OPEN AT 8:00AM benanzer.com 2013 Escape, 126,000 restrictions apply. $7995. 2012 Silverado 1-855-270-5098. 2000 New Holland 1 bedroom small Arcanum, 2 BR brick TL80 tractor with cab, Crew $15,995. 2011 home. All appliances double, nice location. 3700 hours. Call Santa Fe $6995. 2010 Want To Buy W/D hookup. Stove, including washer/dryer. $6995. 937-621-7965 for more Equinox fridge included. $475/mo, $475 deposit. CountryAutoSalesGree info No pets. No smoking, Cars/Trucks, running or Castine, OH. Available nville.com 548-1337 $425. 937-547-1737 not UP TO $500. Free Immediately. 1999 Isuzu, runs good, pick-up. 937-423-2703 937-823-4526 Hunting Land 5317 SEBRING-WARNER RD., GREENVILLE, OHIO 45331 tires good, auto, or 937-621-5809 NO 205,000 mi. $800. SUNDAY OR HOLI*PREVIEW2 ISBRFRIDAY, 15TH FROM 1/2 doubleNOVEMBER in Storage DAY CALLS Greenville. Appliances WANTED: Farm 937-459-4853 12:00PM TO 5:00 PM*to Rent. provided. W/d hookup. Ground STORAGE: Cars, Tub/shower combo. No- POLARIS $260/acre. Spring payTRACTORS - GOLF CARTS ATV - CARGO YARD SALES Boats. As low as Pets. No Smoking. ment, fertility manageTRAILER VINTAGE BOX BED WAGONS $12.50 a month. $375/mo + utilities. ment program.SIGNS & 937-417-0191 937-548-2397 937-564-6351 ADVERTISING ITEMS - (2) PREBLE COUNTY OHIO FARMS

QUALITY PUBLIC AUCTION SAT., NOVEMBER 16, 2019 @ 10:00 AM REAL ESTATE - FARMLAND (SELLING AT 12:00 NOON) KIRBY LYONS AUCTION FACILITY BLDG #2 (WHITE BUILDING)

Garage/Yard Sales

(158 ACRES & 71 ACRES)

AMISH CREW

Arcanum,

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Rd; Nov 16, 9-5; Nov (WATCH FOR AUCTION SIGNS ON Sam Schwartz wants any type of: 17, 11-4; Knickknacks, SALE DAY) decorations for all sea• Carpentry Work • Foundation TRACTORS sons, cookbooks, 2010 John Deere 8345-R 4x4 Front • Siding Replacement household, craft books, fabric, yarn, furniture. Wheel Assist Diesel Tractor only 2,322 • Room Additions • Crawl Space Many items! Must see! hours, Premium Command View Cab with • Garages Work Active Seat, 345 HP, IVT Transmission, 5 • Roofs/Re-Roofs Remotes, (22) Front Suitcase Weights, • Restoration 1000 RPM-PTO, John Deere Quick Hitch, 18,300 Lb. Cap. 3-Point, 480/80R.50 Rear Rubber with Duals, 380/80R.38 Front Rubber with Duals, A/C, Tilt, Buddy Seat, many more options, absolutely top quality condition, low hours, field ready, be prepared to buy this one, Serial #: 1RW8345VADO14090; 2014 Case I.H. SAT., NOVEMBER 23, Assist 2019 @ 10AM 110 Maxxum, 4x4 Front Wheel DieselKIRBY Tractor, only 811 hours, Full View LYONS AUCTION FACILITY www.mprichmond.com Premium BLDG. Cab, Tilt Wheel, A/C, Remotes, Looking For a New Career? #2 (WHITE BUILDING) Lights, many options, 460/85R.38 Rear Call us today! 5317 SEBRING-WARNER RD., GREENVILLE, OHIO 45331 Rubber, 380/85R.28 Front Rubber, local, Parker Hannifin in Lewisburg high qualityDOORS Tractor, low hours, absolutely OPEN AT 9:00AM is now hiring like new, don’t miss this one, Serial #: *PREVIEW DAY IS FRIDAY, NOV. 22ND Temp to Hire Positions ZDBE19132. For more information contact Kim at POLARIS ATV FROM 12:00PM TO 5:00PM* 1-800-432-2664 Polaris Ranger XP 900 Side-By-Side ATV, High School Diploma or GED preferred 4x4, Automatic, Power Steering, Lights, (WATCH FOR AUCTION Roof & Windshield, 905 miles, Front SIGNSwith ON SALE DAY) Dumping Cargo Bumper Elec. Winch, GREENVILLE INDUSTRIAL PARK FARM CASH LEASE - LEGAL AD Box, Dk.AIRPLANE Green. FARMLAND 1947 Ercoupe Model #: 415The Board of Trustees for the Community (2) Fixed Productive Preble Co. Farms – 158 Improvement Corporation of Greenville, OH (CIC} will CD Wing Single-Engine Acres Serial & 71#: Acres – Selling at 12:00 be accepting sealed per acre bids for rent of land for Aircraft, 4695, Engine for information the calendar years 2020, 2021 & an option for calendar –Noon Cont. –Motor, Model A&C and bidders year 2022 for 69 acres (more or less) located within packets Kirby Lyons Auctioneers 75 Series,contact: FAA Registry #: the Greenville Industrial Park property in Section 6, (937).316.8400 orhas Everett N3994H. This aircraft been Hocker (937) Greenville Township, Darke County, Ohio. Sealed bids 417.0748. in complete restoration and is must be submitted to the CIC by 2:00 p.m., Monday, GOLFcompleted. CARTS &Due CARGO 90-95% to TRAILER November 25, 2019 to be considered by the CIC (2) E-Z-Go Elec. Golf Carts, both have the death of Mr. Spillers it is Board of Trustees. Bids are to be delivered to the City Roofs Windshields, 2nd Rear Seat that not quite& finished. We believe of Greenville's Mayor's office at 100 Public Square Greenville, OH. The CIC reserves the right to accept or we have parts Hand Rails & folds flatthe for remaining cargo platform, reject any and all bids. All bidders will be notified of the and for & theTail new Footequipment Rests, Head Lights, Hubcaps, bid results and who was awarded the bid no later than owner finish thisboth project. BatterytoChargers, are identical, Dark December 10, 2019. Specifications, including Check out, excellent it is Greenthis withaircraft Tan Seats, condition; FSA farm/tract maps and a copy of the farm cash lease super 2005sharp! 8’ Long x 5’ Wide Cargo Express XLdocument may be picked up at the Mayor's office. Series Enclosed CAR Cargo Trailer, Rear Swing Questions may be directed to either CIC Treasurer ELECTRIC Door, White Exterior,2-Door, nice little trailer. John Swallow at 937-547-2531 or CIC Secretary 1975 Vanguard Curt Garrison at 937- 316-1023. HORSE CIT EARLY Electric Car, DRAWN Bright WAGONS Early “John Deere” Green, 13,441 actualWood miles,Box Bed Wagon with original & new stenciling, 10’ 8” completely rebuiltpaint engine, BIRCHWOOD GENETICS longsprings, x 38” wide, leaf shocks,Wood drum,Spoke Wheels, SYNERGY GTC is now on FIRST SHIFT nice original wagon; rotors, brake lines, street early legal “Tiffin” Wood Boxlights, Bed turn Wagon with original paint & We have a LABORATORY and PRODUCTION TECHNICIAN positions with signals, radio. available at our West Manchester, Ohio location. stenciling, oncarsides (sold by This is a titledlettered vehicle; this Henry IN), 10’ 8” long x runs andKnapp, drives Decatur, good. Save Laboratory responsibilities include making product for sale that fuel buyWood this electric car at 38”and wide, Spoke Wheels, very nice; meets high quality control standards in a fast-paced environment operating under strict deadlines. auction. early McCormick-Deering “Weber” Box BedTRAVEL Wood Wagon with original paint & Production responsibilities include care and feeding of boars, TRAILER stenciling, 12’ long 38”Ft.wide, front Tool collection of product, cleaning and routine maintenance of barn 2007 Springdale # 253,x 25 equipment. Livestock experience is preferred. Box, Wood Spring Drivers Seat, Wood Travel Trailer, 5-K by Keystone. Spoke 6, Wheels, This is a high-health herd with strict bio-security. Contact with Sleeps ductednice A/Coriginal and wagon; early WoodfullSmall BoxBathroom, Bed Wagon, 5’ long x other swine is not permitted. Heat, Awning, 23” wide, Wood Gears, Wood Kitchen withrare oaksize, Cabinets, $13 per hour starting wage; Successful hires will be eligible Spokeand Wheels; Early Wood 2-Wheel Stove Oven, very Microwave for service awards of $500 after 6 months and $1,000 after 12 Equipment 8 Ft. long x 46” wide, Oven, largeWagon, Refrigerator/ months of employment; Excellent benefits package including tall 55” Stereo Wood Spoke health insurance, over 3 weeks paid time off, 401K, and much Freezer, system,Wheels, spare long tongue; more. EOE. (6) Wood Spoke Wheels. Tire with cover & Wagon Bike rack, ALSO jacks, SELLING leveling propaneSAME bottle DAY: MILK For information about the positions call 800-523-2536. BOTTLES – This CLOTH SACKS – covers & more. trailerFEED is Or to apply please email your resume to: careers@genusplc.com super clean and in excellent ADVERTISING SIGNS – ADVERTISING OH-70157250 condition (don’t miss this one). CALENDERS & COLLECTIBLES OH-70155352

• Located on St Rt 49, ½ mile south of the 49 & 127 intersection. Offering easy travel and in/out access. • National and regional advertising including live internet advertising and bidding via Proxibid.com and Equipmentfacts.com. • Fair & competitive “all inclusive” commission rates. Call Mike Baker at 937-459-9558 or Grant Bussey at 937-564-6250 for more info and details.

Apartments/ Townhouses

Greenville Early Bird

OH-70158180

FREE ESTIMATES

DIRECTIONS: From Greenville take St. Rt. 118 N. towards Ansonia, go through town, watch for signs on the left-hand side of the road. Auctioneers Note – This is a nice auction with too many items to mention, plan to attend, there will be no online bidding. Come on out and enjoy the auction with us! Go to edwardsauctions.com for more information and pictures.

Ford 801 Tractor, Runs Good, 16461 Hours;

TRACTOR-TOOLS-JOHN DEERE MOWERSANTIQUES- COLLECTIBLES-HOUSEHOLD Mowers/Farm & Garage Items- John Deere X730, 60” Deck, Twin Cylinder Kawasaki Engine, Full Hydraulic, Like New 330 Hours; John Deere La 100 Riding Mower; Snapper 28” 11H.P. Rear Engine Riding Mower; John Deer Snow Blower TRS 21; Simplicity Snow Blower; 3 Ft. 3 Pt. Garden Disc.; 4x6 2 Wheeled Utility Trailer; Agrifab 10 C.U Ft. Garden Trailer; Electric Harmar Mobility Transport Carrier Fits 2” Receiver; ; 5’ Bush Hog Rotary Mower 285 3pt. H.D.; 5’ Bush Hog Squealer; Ford 3 Bottom Plow, 3Pt. Hook up; Ford 3 Pt. Boom; 3 Section Spike Tooth Harrow; Troy Bilt Pony Rear Tine Roto Tiller; Pull Behind Broadcast Spreader; 6’-3Pt. Servis Scraper Blade; Air Compressors; 2 Wheeled Magnet Sweeper; Cast Iron Wood Stove; Imperial Gas Generator 7.H.P.; High Wheel Cultivator; Sump Pump; TOOLS/Misc.- Craftsman 3 Section Roll Around Tool Box; Pro Series Battery Charger 2-200 Amp; 4.5 Cut Off Saw; Skilsaw Table Saw; Delta Table Top Drill Press; Electric Sander; Drills, Hand Tools; Craftsman Staple Gun; Craftsman & Snap on Tools; H.D. Garage Cart on Wheels; Wheel Barrels; Ext. Cords; H.D. Power Cord; Log Chains; Top Link & Draw Bar; H.D. Gluing Clamps; Floor Jack; Circular Saw; Power Tools; Bench Grinder; Bench Vise; Poly Saw Horses; 20” Alum. Ext. Ladder; Werner 6” Ft. Ladder; Sev. Gas Cans; Sledge Hammer; Chain Binders; Post Hole Digger; Buck Saw; Roofing Shovel; 55 Gallon Drums; Garage Shelving; Live Traps; Trailer Jack; Weed Eater String Trimmer; Poulin 295 Pro Chain Saw W/Case; Sev. Landscaping Pavers; Misc. Lumber; Barn Beams; Single Bottom Plow; Reel Type Mower; SS. BBQ Grill; Milk Cans; Cement Bird Baths; Cement Frog & Goose; Dbl. Wash Tub; Large Anvil; 2 Green Metal Outdoor Chairs; And More. Antique/Modern Furniture-Antique Balance Scale -Ornate; Family Scales; Approx. 20 Wash Boards; Steamers Trunks; Sm. Oak Library Table; 1 Gallon Crock; Hurricane Style Lamps; Blue Rocker Recliner; Love Seat; Knee Hole Desk; Lane Cedar Chest; End Tables; China Cabinet; Dressers; Misc-6 Ft. Banquet Table; Porch Swing W/Stand; Kitchenware/ Misc.-Magic Chef Microwave; Propane Turkey Fryer; 19” Element Flat Screen TV: 32” Emerson Flat Screen TV; Samsung 40: Flat Screen TV: Sev. Eden Pure Heaters; Kenmore Dryer; Green Dresser /Mirror; Matching Armoire Wardrobe; Bakers Rack; Electric Roaster; Clothes Rack; Corning ware; Misc. Dishes & Pots and Pans; Sm. Kitchen Appliances; Canning Jars; And More.

OH-70158202

Owners: David L. Johnson Estate, Darke Co. Probate Case # 2019-1-169, Thomas Guillozet Attorney Milton D. Brown Estate, Preble Co. Probate Case #2019-1-105, Ryan Dynes Executor

ESTATE AUCTION

OH-70157736

SATURDAY NOVEMBER 16TH,2019 - 10:00 A.M. PREVIEW starts at 9:00 A.M. 11808 St. Rt. 118 Ansonia, OH

260-701-8020

OH-70157844

DAVID L. JOHNSON ESTATE AUCTION MILTON D. BROWN ESTATE AUCTION

ALSO SELLING SAME DAY: AIRCRAFT PROPELLERS – AIRCRAFT ACCESSORIES – DIE CAST AIRPLANES – ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES – SHOP EQUIPMENT & TOOLS & MUCH MORE!

DAVID L. & PAMELA S. FLORY TRUST

CITY OF GREENVILLE On November 5, 2019, the City of Greenville, Ohio adopted the following legislation:

• Resolution #19-129 authorizing donation no longer • ALL items must be paid for the day of needed to server. DAVID SPILLERS auction. • ALL items are sold as-is. ESTATE • Ordinance #19-130 authorizing city employees Paulasales Knecht, Executor • We must collect tax. (Except on donate sick leave Rob Weyant, declare emergency. Eric Brand, Case#: 2019-1-156 tractors which areAttorney exempt) • Ordinance #19-131 authorizing city employees TERMS: Check withofProper donate sick leave Courtney Sims, declare •• ALL items Cash must or be Good paid for the day auction. • ALL items are emergency. Photo ID;• Visa / MC / Discover sold as-is. We must collect sales taxaccepted (EXCEPT on titled vehicles). a 3%Cash Clerk added. • Ordinance #19-132 establishing write-off •with TERMS: or Fee Good Check with Proper Photo ID; Visa / MC / uncollectible accounts. • Visit accepted us online www.auctionzip.com Discover with@a 3% Clerk Fee added • Visit us online @ www. • Resolution #19-133 provide write-off uncollectible and enter USER I.D. #8673 for#8673 photos auctionzip.com and enter USER I.D. forand photos and information. accounts. information. • Great food from Stewart’s Southern • Supplemental appropriations #19-134. • BBQ Great food • Watch for complete auction from Stewart’s • Ordinance #19-135 transfer. listing coming soon! Southern BBQ REMEMBER:+++Never, Ever a legislation can be read and examined in its entirety REMEMBER: aThisBuyer’s Buyer’s (Penalty)+++Never, Premium at Ever our at the office of the City Auditor, Room 200, Municipal (Penalty) Premium at our Auctions…What You Ohio, between the hours of 8:00 Building, Greenville, Auctions…What You Bid Is What Bid Is What You Pay! We work for our sellers, A.M. and 1:00 P.M. on Friday. You Pay! We work for our sellers, Office: 937.316.8400 we appreciate our buyers, and we love our we appreciate our buyers, and we Cell: 937.459.7686 Jessica Ross, Clerk of Council Approved: profession! Kirby & Staff Michel Werner Auctioneer love our profession! Kirby & Staff OH-70156529

City of Greenville OH-70157834

Eric Brand, Law Director


CLASSIFIEDS

Greenville EarlyPAGE Bird 3 OF 5 GEB111019

Sunday, November 10, 2019 5B

TRIPLE H FARM EQUIPMENT

REAL ESTATE AUCTION

WEDNESDAY– NOVEMBER 20, 2019

OH-70158198

3364 Brumbaugh Rd. Greenville, OH 45331

REAL ESTATE SELLS AT 6:00 P.M. OPEN HOUSE DATES SUNDAY NOVEMBER 3RD 1:- 2:30 SUNDAY NOVEMBER 10TH 1:- 2:30 SUNDAY NOVEMBER 17TH 1:- 2:30

LOCATED 2 MILES SOUTH OF FAIRGROUNDS ON ST RT. 49

BUY SELL TRADE REPAIR

Triple H Farm Equipment

is now accepting consignments for our upcoming fall auction,

DIRECTIONS: From Greenville take St. Rt. 502 to Bakers Store Rd, then turn right onto Brumbaugh Rd. (Watch for signs).

Consign now for the best advertising of your equipment Accepting Tractors, Farm equipment, Lawn and garden, Farm vehicles,

Terms-The appraised value of this property is $83,310.00, the property must sell for 2/3rds of the appraised value, thus the bidding must start at $ $55,540.00. Buyer to pay $5,000.00 down day of auction, balance due within 30 days. Buyer shall have possession day of closing. Closing shall be on or before December 13, 2019. Seller to pay all taxes up to day of closing using the short form pro-ration. Buyer to pay all taxes due thereafter. Have your financing arranged before the auction. Call 937-547-3202 or 423-2656 or go to www.edwardsauctions.com for more details and pictures.

Up for Auction, is this move in ready one-story conventional style brick home, built in 1990 with 1050 square feet of living space. This home host 3 bedrooms and 1 bath, eat in kitchen, living room and a utility room with cupboards. Features also include new carpeting throughout, fresh paint, new baseboard heat, and vinyl replacement windows, and a 1 ½ car attached garage. The front yard has new landscaping and gravel drive, the back yard has a utility shed and a fenced in yard. Plan to attend an open house to see all the possibilities.

SATURDAY NOVEMBER 30, 2019

OWNER- DELORES G MILLER, DAVE SNIDER CONSERVATOR, CASE # 2019-2-015, ATTORNEY THOMAS GUILLOZET www.edwardsauctions.com email-rich@edwardsauctions.com

and anything farm related.

OH-70157526

EARNSOME SOMEEXTRA EXTRACASH CASH EARN CASH EARN SOME Seeking kids or adults of all ages who Seeking kids or adults of all ages who Seeking kids or adults of all ages who are areinterested interested earning extra cash. are in in earning extra cash. interested in earning extra cash. We are Weare are looking dependable people We looking forfor dependable people looking forfree dependable people who are on who are to work a few hours who are free to work a few hours on free to work atofew hours papers. on Saturdays Saturdays deliver Saturdays to deliver papers. to deliver papers. Both walking and are Both walking and motor routes Both walking and motor routes are motor routes are available. For more available. For more details please available. For more details please details please contact Becky Snyder contact Becky Snyder contact Becky Snyder at at at bsnyder@aimmediamidwest.com bsnyder@aimmediamidwest.com bsnyder@aimmediamidwest.com or call 937-569-0082 ext.ext. 1045. call 937-569-0082 1045. ororcall 937-569-0082 ext. 1045. The The

OH-70155273

EarlyBird Bird Early

AUCTIONEER DIRECTORY Midwest

Auctioneers & Realty, Inc Mike Baker, Auctioneer/Broker

Mike Baker

www.midwest-auctioneers.com

Jeff Slyder

gbusseyauctioneer@privategarden.org

Auctioneer/ REALTOR Slyder Auction Services

Real Estate, Farm, Personal Property, Autos, Collectibles, & Antiques

Associate of

Phone: 937-459-7731 slyderauctionservices@bright.net

Grant Bussey 937-564-6250 Auctioneer/ Realtor • Estates • Real Estate • Ag & Farm Machinery • Personal Property

OH-70156315

937-548-2640

OH-70156353

220 E. 4th St., Greenville, OH

OH-70156294

Auctioneer/Broker

OH-70156304

OH-70156319

www.TripleHfarmequipment.com

email: Rich@edwardsauctions.com

937-547-3202 CELL # 937-423-2656

(937) 316-8400 (937) 459-7686

OH-70156324

Auction will be held at our business located at 5054 State Route 49 South Greenville Ohio 45331

937-547-3202 CELL # 937-423-2656

OH-70156307

Call Jason (937)248-1818 or Melinda (937)417-8919 for consignments or details about the auction.

Real Estate Auctions Real Estate Listing/Selling Agent Coin Specialist - Estate Auctions Doing Business Since 1996 Selling locally and around the globe rich@edwardsauctions.com


SALE DAY) TRACTORS 2010 John Deere 8345-R 4x4 Front Wheel Assist Diesel Tractor only 2,322 CLASSIFIEDS 6B Sunday, November 2019 Greenville Early Bird GEB111019 PAGE 410,OF 5 Command View Cab with hours, Premium Active Seat, 345 HP, IVT Transmission, 5 Remotes, (22) Front Suitcase Weights, 1000 RPM-PTO, John Deere Quick Hitch, 18,300 Lb. Cap. 3-Point, 480/80R.50 Rear Rubber with Duals, 380/80R.38 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 2019 10:00AM Front Rubber with Duals, A/C, Tilt, Buddy DOORS OPEN AT 8:00AM Seat, many more options, absolutely top REAL ESTATE – FARMLAND quality condition, low hours, field ready, (SELLING AT 12:00 NOON) be prepared to buy this one, Serial #: 1RW8345VADO14090; 2014 Case LYONS I.H. KIRBY AUCTION FACILITY 110 Maxxum, 4x4 Front Wheel Assist#2 (WHITE BUILDING) BLDG. Diesel Tractor, only 811 hours, Full View 5317 SEBRING-WARNER RD., GREENVILLE, OHIO 45331 Premium Cab, Tilt Wheel, A/C, Remotes, *PREVIEW DAY460/85R.38 IS FRIDAY, Lights, many options, Rear NOV. 15TH FROM 12:00PM TO 5:00PM* TRACTORS – GOLFFront CARTS – POLARIS Rubber, 380/85R.28 Rubber, local, ATV – CARGO TRAILER – VINTAGE BOX BED WAGONS – SIGNS & ADVERTISING ITEMS – (2) PREBLE COUNTY OHIO FARMS (158 ACRES & 71 ACRES) high quality Tractor, low hours, absolutely like new, don’t miss this one, Serial #: (WATCH FOR AUCTION SIGNS ON SALE DAY) ZDBE19132. TRACTORS POLARIS ATV 2010 John Deere 8345-R 4x4 Front Wheel Assist Diesel Tractor only 2,322 hours, Premium Polaris Ranger XP 900Command Side-By-Side View Cab withATV, Active Seat, 345 HP, IVT Transmission, 5 Remotes, (22) Front Suitcase Weights, 1000 RPM-PTO, John Deere Quick Hitch, 18,300 Lb. Cap. 3-Point, 480/80R.50 Rear 4x4, Automatic, Power Steering, Lights, Rubber with Duals, 380/80R.38 Front Rubber with Duals, A/C, Tilt, Buddy Seat, many more Roof & Windshield, options, 905 absolutely miles,topFront quality condition, low hours, field ready, be prepared to buy this one, Bumper with Elec. Winch, Cargo 2014 Case I.H. 110 Maxxum, 4x4 Front Wheel Assist Diesel Serial Dumping #: 1RW8345VADO14090; Tractor, only 811 hours, Full View Premium Cab, Tilt Wheel, A/C, Remotes, Lights, many Box, Dk. Green. options, 460/85R.38 Rear Rubber, 380/85R.28 Front Rubber, local, high quality Tractor, low FARMLAND hours, absolutely like new, don’t miss this one, Serial #: ZDBE19132. (2) Productive Preble Co. Farms – 158 POLARIS ATV Acres & 71 Acres –Polaris Selling at 900 12:00 Ranger XP Side-By-Side ATV, 4x4, Automatic, Power Steering, Lights, Roof & Windshield, 905 miles, Front Bumper with Elec. Winch, Dumping Cargo Box, Dk. Green. Noon – for information and bidders FARMLAND packets contact: Kirby Lyons Auctioneers (2) Productive Preble Co. Farms – 158 Acres & 71 Acres – Selling at 12:00 Noon – for information (937).316.8400 or Everett Hocker (937) and bidders packets contact: Kirby Lyons Auctioneers (937).316.8400 or Everett Hocker (937) 417.0748. 417.0748. GOLF CARTS & CARGO TRAILER GOLF CARTS & CARGO TRAILER (2) E-Z-Go Elec. Golf(2) Carts, both have E-Z-Go Elec. Golf Carts, both have Roofs & Windshields, 2nd Rear Seat that folds flat for cargo platform, Hand Rails & Roofs & Windshields, 2nd Rear Seat thatFoot Rests, Head & Tail Lights, Hubcaps, Battery Chargers, both are identical, Dark Green with Tan Seats, excellent condition; 2005 8’ Long x 5’ Wide Cargo folds flat for cargo platform, Hand Enclosed Rails & Express XL-Series Cargo Trailer, Rear Swing Door, White Exterior, nice little trailer. Foot Rests, Head & Tail Lights, Hubcaps, EARLY HORSE DRAWN WAGONS Battery Chargers, bothEarly are“John identical, Dark Deere” Wood Box Bed Wagon with original paint & stenciling, 10’ 8” long x 38” Wood Spoke Wheels, nice original wagon; early “Tiffin” Wood Box Bed Wagon with Green with Tan Seats,wide, excellent condition; original paint & stenciling, lettered on sides (sold by Henry Knapp, Decatur, IN), 10’ 8” long x 2005 8’ Long x 5’ Wide38” Cargo Express XL- very nice; early McCormick-Deering “Weber” Box Bed Wood wide, Wood Spoke Wheels, Series Enclosed CargoWagon Trailer, Rearpaint Swing with original & stenciling, 12’ long x 38” wide, front Tool Box, Wood Spring Drivers Seat, Wood Spoke Wheels, nice original wagon; early Wood Small Box Bed Wagon, 5’ long x Door, White Exterior, nice little trailer. 23” wide, rare size, Wood Gears, Wood Spoke Wheels; very early Wood 2-Wheel Equipment EARLY HORSE DRAWN Wagon, 8 WAGONS Ft. long x 46” wide, Tall 55” Wood Spoke Wheels, long Tongue; (6) Wood Spoke Wagon Wheels. Early “John Deere” Wood Box Bed Wagon with original paint & stenciling, 10’ 8” CUSTOM BUILT WAGONS (2) Custom Built Box Bed Wagons with Steel Frames, 7’ long x 41” wide, quality built by long x 38” wide, Wood Spoke Wheels, Leonard A. Duke, very nice (just like the big ones only smaller) (very handy wagons). nice original wagon; early “Tiffin” Wood FURNITURE Box Bed Wagon with original paint & (2) Custom Hand Crafted Cedar Picnic Tables, 8’ long, beautiful finish, excellent condition; (5) stenciling, lettered on sides byFurniture; 4’ & 6’ Sofa Benches; (2) Chairs & Swing; (4) 5’ Cedar pieces of Custom(sold Cedar Patio Log Benches. Henry Knapp, Decatur, IN), 10’ 8” long x 38” wide, Wood Spoke Wheels, very nice;1 QUART GLASS MILK BOTTLES Arcanum “Weber” Dairy, Arcanum,Box Ohio; Wayne Dairy, Richmond, Indiana; Ullery Dairy, Greenville, Ohio; early McCormick-Deering Sunnydale Dairy, Union City, Indiana; Northside Dairy, Connersville, Indiana; Best Ever Dairy, Bed Wood Wagon with original paint & top); White Clover Farms, Dayton, Ohio; (2) Orrco Farms, New Castle, Indiana (with cream Liberty,wide, Indiana.front Tool stenciling, 12’ long x 38” Box, Wood Spring Drivers Seat, Wood40 EARLY CLOTH FEED SACKS Randolph Hybrids, Farmland, Spoke Wheels, nice original wagon; earlyIndiana; Wyckoff’s Seed Corn, Valparaiso, Indiana; Big Ear Seed Corn, Edinburg, Indiana; Lark Brand Corn, Winchester, Indiana; Burgers Seed Corn, Jasper, Wood Small Box BedIndiana; Wagon, 5’Gold long Heart of SeedxCorn, Greensfork, Indiana; Adler’s Hybrid Seeds, Sharpsville, MARK YOUR CA 23” wide, rare size, Wood Gears, WoodSeeds, Romney, Indiana; Troyer’s Hybrids, La Fontaine, Indiana; Indiana; Certifi ed Foundation Yoder Hybrids, Ohio; Benton County Seed Corn, Oxford, Indiana; Tenney’s Seed OPEN SUNDAY O Spoke Wheels; very Early WoodBerlin, 2-Wheel Corn, Arcanum, Ohio; Ebbert’s Seeds, Covington, Ohio; several Gilbert Downing Sacks, New Equipment Wagon, 8 Madison, Ft. long x Chas. 46” F.wide, Ohio; Gauch, West Manchester, Ohio; New Paris Elevator, New Paris, Ohio FROM 1 TO 2 & many others. tall 55” Wood Spoke Wheels, long tongue; (6) Wood Spoke Wagon Wheels. ADVERTISING SIGNS 6004 Anna M Dr. Gree 1944 Purina Chows, Metal, Embossed Raised Letters, 54” w x 36” tall, good condition, great ALSO SELLING SAME DAY: MILK (2) Metal Checkerboard Square Signs, 28” x 28”; Brown Swiss Cattle/Joseph Ries,NEW PRICE!!!! Welcome to this BOTTLES – CLOTHcolor; FEED – condition, 35” x 23”, great colors; early Funks “G” Hybrids, Metal, DoubleSACKS Sided, excellent located in Lake View Estates o ADVERTISING SIGNS – Sign, ADVERTISING Metal Double Sided, 32” x 24”; Ohio Certified with Walter O. Rhoads, Metal, Double Sided, 18” x 24”; Porters Hybrid Seed Corn, Metal, 18” x 24”, great colors; Scarff’s Hybridthe seclusion of being on a dea CALENDERS & COLLECTIBLES

QUALITY PUBLIC AUCTION

Corn, Metal, Embossed Raised Letters, 18” x 12”; Use Stoller’s Seeds, Paulding, Ohio, Metal, 10” x 14”; Beck’s Hybrids Dealer, Metal, 34” x 27”; F.W. Baker Fruit Farms, Ft. Jefferson, Ohio, Metal, 13” x 18”; Corn Breeding Plot Sign, Metal, Double Sided, 30” x 36”, Preble Co. Corn Assoc.; Ohio Certified Soybeans, Metal, Dbl. Sided, Mason Montgomery’s Sons, Eaton, Ohio; Porcelain Restrooms Sign with Flange, Double Sided, 5” x 18”; Beckett Elevator Inc. 2-piece Metal Sign, 12’ x 17”; lg. Wood Pig Sign Advertising Preble County Purina Dealers, Double Sided; early Wood Lowe Brothers Paint Sign, Wilson Hardware Co., Eaton, Ohio, 5’ x 30”; Framed Fishers Chick Growing & Egg Mash Sign, Dayton, Ohio, 15” x 21”; sev. Cardboard Fitzwater’s paid forHybrids the Signs; day (2)ofBirchwood Genetics Metal Signs.

very private back yard. Open th ceilings and tons of natural light and skylights. Kitchen has been new flooring and quartz countert finished walk out basement with • ALL items must be bedroom, and full bathroom. G MISCELLANEOUS COLLECTIBLES auction. • ALL items are sold as-is. West Alex & Coal Co.on Adv. Thermometer, Metal; Ruff’s Seed Farms, Adv. Thermometer,story have been added on to the • We must collect sales tax.Grain (Except Metal; New Old Stock Ruffs Seeds Farm Metal Rain Gauge; early 1 Gal. Metal Maple Syrup Can; Framed “Baby with Chicks” Picture; early Cloth Purina Poultry Chows tractors which areSmith exempt) above theCobblers garage currently offi Clothes Pin Bag with John Grain Co., Arcanum, Ohio; early Pfister Hybrids Clothes Pin Bag with Eli Rager, Van Wert, Ohio; early Wood Box;is Potato Shovel; Hobart Mixers Wood Adv. Crate Lid, Troy,with Ohio; Proper several Ear Corn Drying Sticks; sev. Brass Hog Number Tags. • TERMS: Cash or Good Check studio but could be used for a Photo ID; Visa / MC / Discover accepted EARLY ADVERTISING CALENDERS Potential for 6 bedrooms! Complete great condition, including: Middleton Stockyards, New Madison, Ohio (1959, 1960, 1968 & 1970); Farm Bureau (1953 & 1954); Wayne Dairy with a Calendars, 3% Clerk Fee added. (1954); Farmersville Auto, Ford Cars (1948); McCormick-Deering Store, Richmond, IN (1938); Geeting Auto Co. Ford Dealer/Sinclair Oil, W. in Manchester (1954); Barber Stop for your personal tou VisitEaton, us Ohio, online @Dealer www.auctionzip.com &•Conley, J. Deere (1957); Morrison Bros. Greenville, Ohio (1972); City Loan Co. (1954); Roy Black, Eaton, Ohio Realtor (1959); Holthouse Furniture Darren Leis. (1956); Drug Store, Eaton, Ohio (1956); Drugs, Arc., Ohio (1966); Palestine Exchange, John Deere (1975); Kroger Dairy (1955) and many more! and Schwarb enter USER I.D. #8673 for Phillips photos and

DAVID L. & PAMELA S. FLORY TRUST

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TRACTORS: John Deere 4230 w/cab & Duals 3940 hrs. White 2-105 w/cab • John Deere 4630 Tractor, duals, full set weights • John Deere 4630 Tractor • Massey Ferguson 265 Tractor, w/loader • IH 606 Tractor, w/loader • IH 574 Tractor, w/loader • Massey Ferguson 135 Tractor, w/loader, has knock in eng. • John Deere 4010 Tractor, w/loader, diesel • Case 1816C Skidsteer • Allis Chalmers 190 Tractor, w/cab • Case IH 585 Tractor, very nice. , Bushel seed wagon, w/J+M brush auguer, several gravity wagons, Brent 150 weigh wagon J+M 250 bushel hopper wagon, new wagon flats. New Holland L553, 3033 hrs Kabota Diesel. Has material bucket, and manure bucket and bale spear.

• Several Gravity Wagons, Several Flatbed Wagons • Brent 150 Weigh Wagon J+M 250 Bushel Hopper Wagon, New Wagon Flats. • J+M 385 SD • J+M Wagon • Killbros Wagon.

COLLECTOR TRACTORS: Ford 2N w/Hi & Low Trans., running, Restored • Ford 600 not running • Case VAC, Restored, running • Allis Chalmers D-19, Gas, running • Ferguson T030, running • John Deere 40C Crawler, nice paint, original, running, has blade • John Deere 1952 Model 60, original, 3pt powersteering, running, loader attachment and backhoe attachment, selling separate • John Deere 1940 Model H, older restoration, running • John Deere 1940 Model B, older restoration, running • John Deere 1940 Model A, older restoration, running.

AUGERS: Mayrath SA Auger, 8x50

PLOWS: John Deere, 4 bottom 2800 pull type ARS • IH 700, 7x16 ARS plow • CASE IH 720, 5x18 ARS plow, late model, very nice cond • John Deere 2600, 6 bottom, toggle trip plow • IH 730, 4X plow • IH 720, 4x16 ARS • John Deere 2810, 5X ARS plow • IH 420, bottom plow, very nice • John Deere, 2 bottom, 3 pt. plow • Ford, 2 bottom, 3 pt. plow • Ferguson, 2 bottom, 3 pt. plow.

DRILLS: Case IH 5400, 10’, no-till drill, 15” spacing • John Deere 8300 Grain Drill • John Deere FBB Drill w/grass seed

TILLAGE EQUIPMENT: IH 315, 15’ cultimulcher • Case IH 496, 18’ disc, nice • Dunham Lehr Harrowgator, 12’ • IH 6500 Disc Chisel, 11-shank • Krause Disc, 20’ • RockFlex • Great Plains com Crumbler, 42’, like new • DMI Crumbler, 40’ • Hiniker Rotery Hoe, 30’, folding • Brillion Danishtine Cultivator, 6-row • McKee Field Cultivator, 24’ • Massey Ferguson Chisel Plow, pull type • Brillion Vertical Fold Packer, 22’ • Brillion Cultimulcher, 15’ • IH 6500 Disc Chisel, 8-shank • John Deere 230 Disc, 22’ ike. • Ford Chisel Plow, pull type • Case IH 183 Danishtine Cultie his ike in bike. vator, 8-row • Brillion Chisel Plow, 11-shank, 3 pt. • IH Rotary e his bike in Brillion 12’ cultimulcher, NICE. Hiniker flat fold field Hoe, 4-row, ke. cultivator. • 8’ single cultipacker • Massey Ferguson 820 20’ way. ike. • IH 370 10’ Disc w/3 bar Harrow, very nice • John Deere ke in Disc ke. on’s 2800 6X ARS Plow • White 5X ARS Plow • White 6X ARS ke in Plow.

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LAWN MOWERS: 2017 Country Clipper Charger, (demo model), approx. 40 hrs., 60” • John Deere 170 Lawn Tractor TRAILERS: 2014 Big Tex Trailer, gooseneck, 35’, hyd., dovetail, like new, (less than 1,000 mi.) • Skid Loader Trailer, tandem axle. • 2015 Gooseneck Trailer, Dual tandem w/winch. • 16’ tandem axel trailer • 2 wheel trailer

HAY EQUIPMENT: New Holland 67 Baler • New Holland Haybine • Massey Ferguson Round Baler • New Holland 467 7’ Haybine • Horse Drawn Hay Tedder • Kewanee 40’ Double Chain Elevator

COMBINES AND HARVEST EQUIPMENT: New Holland TR 86 Combine, no heads • Massey 510, has both cornhead (430), 13’ grain table • John Deere 6620 Combine, no heads, eng. problems • Gleaner K w/238 Cornhead • 10’ grain head. New Idea 325 2-row narrow picker 2/12 roll shucking bed. TRUCKS: 1999 Chevy 2500 Ext. Cab, 4x4 • 1996 IH Grain Truck, Diesel. Has hoist, and automatic transmission. MISC. EQUIPMENT: Pair 9-bolt HUb, 18x4x32, duals w/hubs • Farmhand GL520, quick attach loader • New Idea Ground Driven Manure Spreader • New Idea PTO Spreader

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Greenville Early Bird

Get your elves in a row challenge Bestseller coming to campus

PIQUA – Edison State Community College will welcome New York Times bestselling author Kelsey Timmerman on Nov. 20, at noon in the Robinson Theater, to discuss his book, Where am I Giving? The event, which is open to the community, is offered free charge thanks to funding from Awesome Piqua. A Darke County native, Timmerman is the author of three books. In his first book, “Where am I Wearing? Timmerman provides a global tour to the countries, factories, and people that make our clothes. His second book, “Where am I Eating? takes readers on an adventure through the global food chain. In his latest book, Where Am I Giving?, the New York Times bestselling author embarks on an adventure that challenges himself and readers to move beyond awareness to action and to take advantage of the opportunities each of us has to make a difference. Timmerman travels to Myanmar, Kenya, India, Nepal, Zambia, and beyond to explore different ways of giving—as a worker, consumer, volunteer, philanthropist, local, and global citizen—and also the benefits and effectiveness of these methods. He learns from folks such as Tibetan monks, Gandhi’s great-grandson, a refugee, gang members turned peace activists, and a former Hollywood executive. Timmerman discovers how they give, and meets the people on the receiving end of their giving. In doing so, he puts readers face-to-face with globalization and the interconnectedness of all of our lives. An acclaimed public speaker, Timmerman, has lectured on travel and globalization around the world. He is particularly passionate about educating students through humor and storytelling and encourages them to think globally and act locally. To underscore the importance of giving locally, Edison State is inviting local nonprofit organizations to participate in a nonprofit expo for attendees to learn that where they give is closer than they may think. Nonprofit organizations interested in joining the expo are asked to email Julie Slattery at jslattery@edisonohio.edu or Rick Hanes at rhanes@ edisonohio.edu. This speaking engagement is sponsored by funding from Awesome Piqua, who donates $1,000 per month, no strings attached, for an event or project that will help make Piqua be a better community and bring smiles and delight to its citizens.

schedules and gift list and to embrace positivity. Is it time to de-clutter? OSU Extension professionals will share tips to help you organize your holiday decorations. Learn suggestions to help you downsize and simplify your life. Do you need a little extra motivation to help you get started on your journey? Join us for this Get Your Elves in a Row! Challenge. This six-week challenge will help you learn ways to simplify your life in a healthy way. You will explore topics such as gratitude, mindfulness, positivity, movement and humor. Participants will have access to supplemental information available on Blogs and Facebook and through Text mes-

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LOCATED AT KIRBY LYONS AUCTION FACILITY 5317 SEBRING-WARNER RD., GREENVILLE, OHIO (JUST OFF ST. RT. 127) 158 Acres 158 Acres & & BLDG. # 2 (THE WHITE BUILDING) 71 Acres *158 ACRE FARM AND 71 ACRE FARM* 71 Acres

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FARM #2 Consists of 71 Acres located in Jefferson Twp., Preble County Ohio. Address is on New Paris Eldorado Road, New Paris, Ohio. From Farm #1 continue WEST on Whitewater Eldorado Road approximately 4 miles. Turn LEFT or SOUTH on MorrisonMikesell Road. Then 1 mile to 71 Acre Farm. (Watch for auction signs) TERMS: Farm #1 (158 Acres). $20,000.00 down on day of auction. Complete balance due within (30) days of auction. Possession after the 2019 fall harvest of crops and closing. Taxes will be figured short term pro-ration to closing. TERMS: Farm #2 (71 Acres). $10,000.00 down on day of auction. Complete balance due within (30) days of auction. Possession after the 2019 fall harvest of crops and closing. Taxes will be figured short term pro-ration to closing. Bidders packets available with aerial views, tillable acres, soil types, crop yields & more! Current aerial drone video of farms playing on T.V. day of auction. ALSO SELLING SAME DAY STARTING @ 10:00AM: JOHN DEERE TRACTOR – I.H. TRACTOR – HIGH WHEEL BOX BED WAGONS – ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES – RARE ADVERTISING CLOTH FEED SACKS – MILK BOTTLES – (2) GOLF CARTS – POLARIS SIDE-BY-SIDE – WAGONS – CARGO TRAILER & MORE!

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LOCATION AND DIRECTIONS TO FARMS FARM #1 Consists of 158 Acres located in Monroe Twp., Preble County Ohio on Whitewater Eldorado Road, Eldorado, Ohio. From Greenville, Ohio take S.R. 127 South 11 miles to Holtzmuller Road. Turn RIGHT or WEST on Holtzmuller Road. Go approximately 3 miles to S.R. 726. Continue WEST on Whitewater Eldorado Road 1 mile to 158 Acre Farm. (Watch for auction signs)

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Velveteen Rabbit opens 2019/2020 Family Theatre Series GREENVILLE – Darke County Center for the Arts will open its 20192020 Family Theatre Series season with Virginia Repertory Children’s Theatre’s adaptation of The Velveteen Rabbit on Sunday, November 17 at Henry St. Clair Memorial Hall in Greenville. Based upon the beloved story by Margery Williams illustrating the power and magic of unconditional love, the fanciful musical production takes the stage at 2 p.m. “Children of all ages will be charmed by this enchanting produc-

tion,” said DCCA Artistic Director David Warner. “The Velveteen Rabbit has been a favorite of youngsters and their families since it was first published in 1922, and has never become outdated; we are excited to bring the live theatre version of this lovely story to our community,” Warner stated. The Velveteen Rabbit opens with a boy discovering a velveteen rabbit in his Christmas stocking and goes on to chronicle

the child’s growing love for his sawdust-filled toy. “While this show is not filled with action, children become captivated with the characters and the puppets, and can’t wait to see what’s going to happen next,” Mr. Warner commented. Running time for all Family Theatre Series shows is about one hour; other FTS presentations are Lightwire Theatre’s electro-luminescent Dino-Light on Sunday, January 19, and Llama Llama Live! from

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2019 CHEVY 1/2 TON SUBURBAN LT 4WD, 5.3L V8, leather, loaded, super nice, white, 40,171 miles...................................................................................................... $43,995.........$42,500 2019 CHEVY EQUINOX RS AWD, 2.0L 4 cyl., one owner, all power, like new, silver, 3,623 miles ........ $31,995.........$30,900 2018 NISSAN ROGUE SL 2WD 2.5L 4 cyl., leather, loaded, nice, silver, 46,284 miles ......................... $19,995.........$18,500 2018 GMC 1/2 TON SIERRA SLT CREW CAB 4X4 P.U. 5.3L V8, leather, sunroof, loaded, sharp white, 54,852 miles ........................................................................................................................ $40,995.........$39,500 2018 CHEVY TAHOE LT 4X4, 5.3L V8, leather, all power, like new, blue, 45,670 miles......................... $45,995.........$44,500 2017 SUBARU FORRESTER, 2.5 I Touring 2.5L 4 cyl., AWD, leather, sunroof, loaded, white, 91,427 miles ........................................................................................................................ $19,995.........$18,900 2017 GMC ACADIA DENALI AWD, 3.6L V6, leather, sunroof, loaded, exc. cond., maroon, 43,706 miles .................................................................................................................... $32,995.........$31,500 2017 INFINITY QX30 HATCHBACK, 2.0L 4 cyl., leather, loaded, exc. cond., maroon, 51,137 miles .... $20,995.........$19,500 2017 BUICK ENCLAVE FWD, 3.6L V6, sunroof, leather, loaded, exc. cond., silver, 22,443 miles ........ $30,995.........$29,500 2017 CHEVY ¾ TON CREW CAB LTZ, 4X4 P.U., 6.6L Duramax Diesel, one owner, leather, loaded, like new, silver, 22,658 miles ................................................................................ $57,995.........$56,900 2017 CHEVY EQUINOX PREMIER FWD, 2.4L 4 cyl., one owner, leather, loaded, super nice, white, 43,234 miles ........................................................................................................................ $22,995.........$21,900 2017 CHEVY TAHOE LT 4WD, 5.3L V8, leather, loaded, exc. cond., black, 56,673 miles ..................... $39,995.........$38,500 2016 CHEVY ½ TON SILVERADO LT CREW CAB 4X4 P.U., 5.7L V8, Z71, loaded, like new, maroon, 25,968 miles .................................................................................................................... $30,995.........$29,900 2016 BUICK ENCORE FWD, 1.4L 4 cyl., leather, sunroof, all power, exc. cond., maroon, 19,298 miles .................................................................................................................... $19,995.........$18,500 2016 CHEVY ½ TON SILVERADO REG. CAB 4X4 P.U. 4.3L V6, well equipped, super nice red, 30,326 miles ........................................................................................................................... $22,995.........$21,500 2016 CHEVY EQUINOX LT FWD., 2.4L, 4 cyl., one owner, all power, very nice, silver, 43,460 miles .... $17,995.........$16,900 2016 TOYOTA RAV 4 LIMITED, AWD, 2.8L 4 cyl., leather, sunroof, all options, one owner, sharp, black, 39,072 miles ............................................................................................................. $26,995.........$25,500 2016 CHEVY EQUINOX LTZ FWD, 2.4L 4 cyl., leather, loaded, one owner, exc. cond., maroon, 50,539 miles .................................................................................................................... $20,995.........$19,500 2015 CHEVY EQUINOX LT FWD, 2.4L 4 cyl., loaded, exc. cond., black, 47,116 miles .............................$17,995 .........$16,900 2015 CHEVY EQUINOX LTZ FWD, 2.4L 4 cyl., leather, sunroof, loaded, exc. cond., one owner, maroon, 36,045 miles ........................................................................................................................$21,995 .........$20,500 2015 SUBARU FORESTER AWD, 2.5L 4 cyl., one owner, leather, sunroof, loaded, exc. cond., white, 109,695 miles ..........................................................................................................................$16,995 .........$15,500 2015 CHEVY ½ TON SILVERADO LT CREW CAB 4X4 P.U., 5.3L V8, one owner, loaded, exc. cond., white, 82,450 miles ...................................................................................................... $27,995.........$26,900 2014 GMC 1/2 TON SIERRA SLE EXT. CAB 4X4 P.U., 5.3L V8, one owner, Z71, loaded, super nice, maroon, 47,997 miles .................................................................................................. $27,995.........$26,900 2014 CHEVY EQUINOX LT FWD, 2.4L 4 cyl., leather, loaded, exc. cond., black, 45,015 miles............. $16,995.........$15,500 2014 GMC ½ TON SIERRA SLT CREW CAB 4X4 P.U., 5.3L V8, leather, loaded, red, 70,859 miles .... $30,995.........$29,900 2014 CHEVY EQUINOX LTZ FWD, 3.6L V6, leather, one owner, loaded, super nice, crystal red, 53,627 miles ................................................................................................................ $20,995.........$19,500 2014 CHEVY EQUINOX LTZ FWD, 2.4L 4 cyl., leather, sunroof, loaded, exc. cond., blue, 73,764 miles .. $17,995 .........$16,900 2014 CHEVY EQUINOX LTZ FWD, 2.4L 4 cyl., leather, loaded, exc. cond., crystal red, 73,013 miles .. $18,995.........$17,900 2014 CHEVY EQUINOX LT FWD, 2.4L 4 cyl., one owner, sunroof, loaded, super nice, white, 84,441 miles ........................................................................................................................ $14,995.........$13,500 2013 CHEVY ¾ TON SILVERADO LTZ EXT. CAB 4X4 P.U., 6.6L Duramax, leather, 8’ bed, loaded, exc. cond., gray, 52,955 miles ....................................................................................................... $33,995.........$32,900 2013 BUICK ENCLAVE FWD, 3.6L V6, leather, loaded, exc. cond., goldmist 78,178 miles .................. $17,995.........$16,900 2012 TOYOTA SIENNA LE VAN, 3.5L V6, one owner, all power, Teal Green, 134,224 miles ....................$11,995 .........$10,900 2011 CHEVY 1 TON SILVERADO LS CREW CAB 4X4 P.U., 6.0L, gas, one owner, well equipped, good cond., silver, 195,621 miles ................................................................................................... $15,995.........$14,900 2011 NISSAN QUEST LE VAN, 3.5L V6, one owner, sunroof, leather, loaded, very nice, dark cherry, 162,985 miles ............................................................................................................... $9,995...........$8,500 2011 CHEVY AVALANCHE LTZ 4WD, 5.3L V8, one owner, leather, loaded, very nice, diamond white, 244,251 miles ....................................................................................................... $15,995.........$14,900 2010 GMC ACADIA SLT FWD, 3.6L V6, leather, loaded, very nice, maroon, 166,460 miles ................. $10,995...........$9,500 2008 HONDA ODYSSEY VAN, 3.5L V6, leather, loaded, good cond., silver, 235,438 miles........................$6,995 ...........$5,900 2007 CHRYSLER TOWN & COUNTRY LX VAN, 3.3L V6, well equipped, good cond., silver, 165,841 miles......................................................................................................................... $4,995...........$3,500 2007 CHEVY TAHOE LT 4x4, 5.3L V8, leather, loaded, very nice, maroon, 206,573 miles ..................... $9,995...........$8,900 2007 GMC YUKON XL SLT 4X4, 5.3L V8, leather, sunroof, loaded, nice, gray, 218,764 miles ............... $9,995...........$8,500 2007 CHEVY ½ TON SILVERADO LT CREW CAB 2WD, P.U., 5.3L V8, all power, good condition, black, 199,709 miles ...................................................................................................................... $10,995...........$9,900 2007 CHEVY TAHOE LT 4X4, 5.3L V8, loaded, super nice, maroon, 109,737 miles .................................$13,995 .........$12,500

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2006 GMC ENVOY XL DENALI 4WD, 5.3L V8, leather, sunroof, loaded, very nice, gray, 199,889 miles....$8,995 ...........$7,500 2006 CHRYSLER TOWN & COUNTRY VAN, 3.3L V6, well equipped, good cond., blue, 227,123 miles....$3,995 ...........$2,900 2006 CHEVY COLORADO Z71 4X4 CREW CAB, 3.5L 5 cyl., all power, good cond., white, 228,586 miles ..............................................................................................................................$8,995 ...........$7,900 2006 CHEVY ½ TON SILVERADO LT CREW CAB 4X4 P.U., 5.3L V8, all power, very nice, black, 102,187 miles ...................................................................................................................... $13,995.........$12,500 2005 NISSAN MURANO SL AWD, 3.5L V6, leather, sunroof, loaded, very nice, silver, 278,727 miles ... $5,995...........$4,900 2005 CADILLAC SRX AWD, 3.6L V6, leather, sunroof, loaded, exc. cond., diamond white, 154,592 miles ....................................................................................................... $10,995...........$9,500 2004 CHEVY TRAILBLAZER LS 2WD, 4.2L 6 cyl., all power, very nice, maroon, 220,295 miles ........... $5,995...........$4,900 2004 CADILLAC SRX AWD, 4.6L V8, leather, loaded, good cond., beige, 105,466 miles ...................... $7,995...........$6,900 2004 CHEVY TRAILBLAZER LS 4WD, 4.2L, 6 cyl., all power, exc. cond., blue, 148,224 miles ............. $6,995...........$5,900 2004 CHEVY ½ TON SILVERADO CREW CAB 4X4 P.U., 5.3L V8, one owner, loaded, fair condition, black, 342,618 miles .................................................................................................. $8,995...........$7,900 2002 DODGE GRAND CARAVAN SPORT, 3.3L V6, loaded, fair cond., silver, 191,288 miles ................ $2,995...........$1,900 2002 CHEVY ½ TON SUBURBAN LT 4WD, 5.3L, V8, leather, loaded, good cond,. red, 231,470 miles ........................................................................................................................... $7,995...........$4,900 2002 CHEVY TRAILBLAZER LTZ 4X4, 4.2L, 6 cyl., leather, sunroof, loaded, very nice, maroon, 215,294 miles .................................................................................................................... $6,995...........$5,900 2002 CHEVY TRAILBLAZER LT 2WD, 4 dr., one owner, cloth seats, loaded, exc. cond., beige, 182,686 miles ........................................................................................................................ $9,995...........$8,900 2001 TOYOTA SEQUOIA LIMITED 4WD, 4.7L V8, leather, sunroof, loaded, sharp, black, 219,764 miles ........................................................................................................................... $5,995 ...........$4,900 2001 GMC C6500 BOX TRUCK, 7.2L Caterpillar Diesel, well equipped, good cond., white, 225,365 miles ........................................................................................................................ $9,995...........$8,900 2000 DODGE DAKOTA SPORT EXT. CAB 4X4 P.U., 4.7L V8, loaded, very nice, white, 167,762 miles ........................................................................................................................ $6,995...........$5,900 1999 PONTIAC MONTANA VAN, cloth seats, all power, nice cond., green, 160,151 miles..................... $6,995...........$5,900

CHEVROLET

2019 CHEVY CAMARO CONVERTIBLE, 3.6L V6, all power, like new, white, 2,160 miles ................... $37,995.........$36,900 2019 CHEVY IMPALA PREMIER, 4 dr., 3.6L V6, leather, loaded, like new, gray, 30,811 mi. ................ $25,495.........$23,900 2018 CHEVY IMPALA PREMIER, 4 dr., 3.6L V6, leather, loaded, exc. cond., silver, 40,784 miles ........ $20,995.........$19,900 2017 CHEVY CRUZE LT, 4 dr., 1.4L 4 cyl., one owner, all power, super nice, maroon, 48,194 miles .... $15,995.........$14,900 2016 CHEVY MALIBU LT, 4 dr., 1.5L 4 cyl., all power, one owner, exc. cond., maroon, 32,100 miles ... $17,995.........$16,500 2016 CHEVY MALIBU LT, 4 dr., 1.5L 4 cyl., exc. cond., blue, 23,915 mi. .............................................. $17,995.........$16,900 2016 CHEVY CRUZE PREMIUM, 4 dr., 1.4L 4 cyl., leather, loaded, super nice, white, 52,338 miles .... $16,995.........$15,500 2015 CHEVY CRUZE LT, 4 dr., 1.4L 4 cyl., one owner, loaded, super nice, black, 61,353 miles ........... $10,995...........$9,500 2013 CHEVY IMPALA LTZ, 4 dr., 3.6L V6, leather, sunroof, loaded, very nice, maroon, 51,875 mi. ..... $14,995.........$13,900 2012 CHEVY IMPALA LTZ, 4 dr., 3.6L V6, one owner, leather, loaded, exc. cond., white, 50,802 miles ........................................................................................................................ $10,995...........$9,900 2010 CHEVY IMPALA LT, 4 dr., 3.5L V6, leather, sunroof, loaded, exc. cond., blue, 118,206 miles ...... $11,995...........$9,900 2008 CHEVY IMPALA LT, 4 dr., 3.9L V6, sunroof, loaded, very nice, maroon, 167,922 miles ............... $10,995...........$9,500 1992 CHEVY CORVETTE CONVERTIBLE, 5.7L V8, leather, loaded, show car, maroon, 55,589 miles .................................................................................................................... $15,995.........$14,900

OTHER MAKES

2018 NISSAN ALTIMA SL, 4 dr., 2.5L 4 cyl., leather, loaded, very nice, gray, 44,950 miles .................. $16,995.........$15,500 2018 TOYOTA CAMRY SE, 4 dr., 2.5L 4 cyl., leather, loaded, nice, silver, 41,226 miles........................ $20,995.........$19,500 2018 CADILLAC XTS AWD, 3.6L V6, sunroof, leather, loaded, like new, silver, 42,759 miles............... $30,995.........$29,900 2016 TOYOTA SCION IA, 4 dr., 1.5L 4 cyl., auto, all power, gray, 72,556 miles ...........................................$9,995 ...........$8,900 2016 BUICK LACROSSE, 4 dr., 3.6L V6, leather, loaded, very nice, gold, 17,321 miles ....................... $21,995.........$20,900 2016 BUICK LACROSSE, 4 dr., 3.6L V6, leather, sunroof, all power, super nice, maroon, 25,788 miles .................................................................................................................... $24,995.........$23,500 2010 FORD FUSION SE, 4 dr., 2.5L 4 cyl., all power, very nice, gray, 181,948 miles .............................. $5,995...........$4,500 2008 MERCURY MILAN PREMIER, 4 dr., 3.0L V6, leather, sunroof, loaded, super nice, beige, 69,814 miles ........................................................................................................................ $10,995...........$9,500 2007 SATURN AURA XE, 4 dr., 3.5L V6, leather, sunroof, nice, silver, 221,458 miles ............................. $3,995...........$2,900 2003 CADILLAC CTS, 4 dr., 3.2L V6, leather, one owner, all power, very nice, blue, 98,743 miles ........ $4,995...........$3,500 2002 BUICK CENTURY, 4 dr., 3.1L V6, well equipped, good cond., beige, unknown miles ..................... $2,995...........$1,900 1994 JAGUAR XJS CONVERTIBLE, 4.0L 6 cyl., leather, loaded, show car, maroon, 52,066 miles...... $17,995.........$16,500

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