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Lancaster County’s First Snow Offers Picturesque Opportunities

Section A

Do You Know...? Page 6A

Student Spotlight Cocalico High School Cameron Nye Lititz Christian School Andrew Hoover Biblical Message ............. 14A Births.................................... 13A Crossword Puzzle......... 12A “Happy Birthday”.......... 13A Obituaries ............................2A Professor Beam’s “Deitsch Eck”......................4A Things To Do ................... 11A

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Shopping News Photo by Donald Reese The first snow of 2022 only left three to five inches in most parts of the county, but that was more than enough to transform many scenes into a treat for the eyes. This Lititz area farm features a large wreath on the barn, which is reflected in a partially frozen pond while snow covered trees frame the idyllic scene.

District Judge Hamill Retires After 42 Years Serving Community

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Shopping News Photo by Donald Reese After 42 years serving Denver and the surrounding communities, District Justice Nancy Hamill has retired to begin enjoying a less stressful time doing whatever she feels like. Her staff shown includes Vivian Moyer (clerk) on the left, and Danette Ludwig (office manager) on the right, who helped coordinate a retirement party with friends, and a variety of folks in the law enforcement field. Justice Hamill’s staff had nothing but wonderful sentiments relating to her work ethic, her compassion, and how they were treated as family, and much more! Justice Hamill had a wide range of people come through court over the years, ranging from countless newlyweds and on through the entire gamut of cases. She said she always aimed to be fair, compassionate and honest with those who came through her court. Her plans for the future include relaxing with family, traveling to western Pennsylvania and anything else she decides to pursue. She will still serve as a senior fill in judge when needed. We wish her a wonderful retirement!

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George Frederic Scherer, Jr., 95, of Akron, PA, passed away on Saturday, January 1, 2022, at Hospice & Community Care, Mount Joy. He was born in Allentown, PA, to the late George F. Scherer, Sr., and Marie

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ELANCO Library Events The Eastern Lancaster County Library is located at 11 Chestnut Drive, New Holland. Their hours are Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday, 10:00 a.m. to 8:00

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(Schumaker) Scherer. George was a teacher for Cocalico School District before retiring. Prior to teaching, he was a Lutheran Minister. He volunteered at the Fulton Theatre as a stage manager for many years. George was an avid outdoorsman, enjoying hik­ ing, fishing and jogging. His love for the Appalachian Trail has been passed down to each generation of his family. He was also a veteran of the United States Navy and served during World War II. He also volunteered in the Peace Corps in Paraguay. George is survived by six children: Martha, wife of Bruce Kilhefner of Oak Creek, CO; David, husband of Christine (McCormick) Scherer of Port Townsend, WA; Arlene King of Craig,

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CO; Jennifer, wife of Dennis Hollinger of Barnesville, PA; Michael Scherer of LaPort, PA; and Joyce Scherer, wife of Steve Klotz of York; PA; 10 grand­ children; 17 great­grand­ children and a sister, Frances Henly. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by three siblings. A celebration of life will be held at a later date in the spring. Memorial contributions in George’s memory may be made to the Fulton Theatre, 12 N. Prince Street, Lan­ caster, PA, 17603 or Hospice & Community Care, P. O. Box 4125, Lancaster, PA, 17604 . Arrangements by Stradling Funeral Homes, Inc., Akron/Ephrata. Online condolences can be given at stradlingfuneralhome.com.

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Craig M. Turner, 57, of Reinholds, passed away surrounded with love on Friday, December 31, 2021, at Penn State St. Joseph Medical Center, Reading, PA. Born in Ephrata, Craig was the son of Elizabeth A. (Bailey) Turner and the late John W. Turner. Craig was a graduate of Wilson High School, class of 1983. He enjoyed astronomy and airplanes, particularly

military flight; he always dreamed of being a pilot. Craig liked everything birds, his passion was to fly. Craig always had a smile on his face and a song in his heart. He loved music of the 60s and 70s, especially the Beatles and Paul Revere and the Raiders. His presence brightened a room and a conversation with Craig would brighten your day. He loved life, loved being with his family, and his smile and laughter was contagious. He was the most amazing son, brother, and uncle, spoiling his entire family with attention and love. A sharp dresser, Craig enjoyed colorful sunglasses, fashions of his favorite era, and sporting a suit and tie like a rock star. A lifetime member of St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in Adamstown, he loved belonging to this church and truly felt a part of this church community. In addition to his mother,

Craig is survived by a sister, Margaret E. Yatron, brother­ in­law Nick Yatron of Pocono Lake; a niece, Victoria Purcell; nephew, T.J. Fugee; great nephews, Trent Fugee and Nathan Purcell; and his cat, Morris. Craig was predeceased by his father and sister, Roxanne Turner. A viewing and funeral was held on Saturday, January 8th at Good Sipler Funeral & Cremation Centre, 34 N. Reamstown Rd., Reamstown (Stevens). Interment followed at Cedar Grove Cemetery, Adamstown. In lieu of flowers, mem­ orial contributions to St. Paul’s Lutheran Church, P.O. Box 385, Adamstown, PA 19501.

Cindy J. Myer, 60, wife of J. Nevin Myer, Lititz, passed away on Tuesday, December 14. Besides her husband, she is survived by her father, Hummer “Skip” Cassel, Manheim. Albert E. Johnson, 87, husband of Marjorie (Gemmel) Johnson, Lititz, passed away on Wednesday, December 15. Besides his wife, he is survived by a son, Christian, husband of Desiree Johnson; a daughter, Cheryl Harvey; six grandchildren; two great­grandchildren; and two sisters: Faith, and Sandra.



He was preceded in death by a daughter, Katrina DiFazio. Annette T. Haas, 75, Denver, passed away on Wednesday, December 22. She was the wife of the late Kenneth E. White, and the late Robert Haas. She is survived by a son, Christopher White, New Holland; a daughter, Susan White, Philadelphia; a step­ son, Randy Haas, husband of Sharon, Morgantown; a stepdaughter, Linda Oatman High, wife of John, Bow­ mansville; four grand­ children; a brother, Tony Luta, Manheim; and two sisters: Mary Ann Kovack, Lewes, Delaware, and

Gloria Upanavage, Tam­ aqua. Robert “Bob” Ruhl, 83, husband of Peggy Ruhl, Lititz, passed away on Thursday, December 23. Besides his wife, he is survived by two sons: Lee Ruhl, husband of Carol, and Peter Ruhl, husband of Tammy; two daughters: Cindy Kachel, wife of David, and Jodi Miller, wife of Jeffrey; five grand­ children; four great­grand­ children; and a brother, Larry Ruhl, husband of Linda. Margaret Border, 86, wife of Charles Border,

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Deron Gabriel Martin Deron Gabriel Martin, infant son of Dwayne L. and Karla J. (Martin) Martin, of Reinholds, entered into eternal rest on Saturday,

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Peacefully and with her family nearby, Lynette Chatanow, New York City, New York, formerly of Fivepointville, passed away on Saturday, December 25. She will be lovingly remembered by her husband, Jerry Chatanow, who was married to her for 56 years; her daughters, Ivy and Jill and her sons­in­law, Seth and Antonio; and her two grandchildren, Kaylie and Claudia. She was a graduate of Cocalico Union. She was also a graduate of the University of the Arts and later was a lecturer at Parsons School of Design. She will be remembered for her talents in floral design. A private burial took place at Wellwood Cemetery, and will be followed by a virtual memorial.

January 1, 2022, at WellSpan Ephrata Community Hos­ pital. In addition to his parents, Deron is survived by his siblings, Adrien, Cowan, Avalyn and Camden; pater­ nal grandparents, Leroy and Emma Martin and maternal grandparents, Elvin and Lovina Martin. Services will be private at

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Es Pennsilfaanisch Deitsch Eck By: The Late C. Richard Beam A collection of “Deitsch Eck” columns from past issues of The Shopping News honoring the late C. Richard Beam.

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us to be here dedicated to the great task remaining before us ­ that from these honored dead we take increased devotion to that cause for which they gave the last full measure of devotion ­ that we highly resolve that these dead shall not have died in vain, that this nation under God shall have a new birth of freedom, and that government of the people, by the people, for the people, shall not perish from the earth.” *** The Battle of Gettysburg was fought on the first, second and third days of July 1863. On November 19 of the same year, a portion of the battlefield was dedicated as a final resting place for those who died there. The main address on that occasion was one of two hours in length, delivered by Edward Everett, the best­known orator of the time. After his speech, President Lincoln delivered the short speech now so famous. At the time, almost no attention was paid to Lincoln’s address, it being relegated to the inner pages of the newspapers. It was not until many years later that the address became recognized as one of the classic utterances of all time. Mr. Everett wrote to Mr. Lincoln on the day following the address, saying: “I wish that I could flatter myself that I had come as near to the central idea of the occasion in two years as you did in two minutes.” The English text of the Gettysburg Address was taken from the final manuscript which Lincoln prepared for publication. It is also the text inscribed in granite at the Lincoln Memorial, Washington, D.C. We are indebted to two gentlemen for the Dutch text of the Gettysburg Address. We refer to Messers Don Schwartz and Alvanus Kreichbaum of Pine Grove, PA. On January 9 of this year, Don Schwartz mailed to “Der Buschgnibbel,” Ernest Waldo Bechtel of Reinholds, PA a cassette containing the Gettysburg Address in Dutch. The address was read in Dutch by Alvanus and taped by Don. Don sent the tape to “der Buschgnibble,” but “Buschgnibbel’s” cassette recorder was not functioning property, so he forwarded the cassette to Bischli­Gnippli. We transcribed the Alvanus’ reading on the last day in March and want to share this excellent translation with our ECK readers. With our Deitscher Schtrohhut raised on high, we salute Messers Kreichbaum and Schwartz vum Beint Busch! July 4, 1984 Bischli­Gnippli as aa fer unser Freiheit gfochde hot

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Individuals Identified

Regarding the photo of the view of West Main Street in Ephrata, looking over the gas pumps at Schmid’s Esso Station, 528 West Main Street, ca. 1960, the grocery store in question located at 501 West Main Street, has been identified as Buffenmyer’s Grocery owned by Wayne A. Buffenmyer. Thank you to Dennis Buffenmyer, Glenn Zimmerman, Barrie Schmid, David Bowers, Dennis Glatfelter, Shir­ley Snader, Lillian Weidman and Stu Metzler for this iden­tification! To view the original photo, look in the January 5th issue of The Shopping News, or check the “Do You Know?” album on The Shopping News of Lancaster County Facebook page.

Do You Know? The Historical Society of the Cocalico Valley, located at 237-249 West Main Street (Route 322), Ephrata, needs your help! They are hoping that Shopping News readers can provide information regarding this photo. Shown in the photo are Fulton Street School children with their teacher Ida K. Groff, ca. 1960. No students have been identified. If you are able to provide more details about this picture or identify the persons shown, call The Historical Society of the Cocalico Valley at 717-7331616 or email cjmarquet@ gmail.com. Future “Do You Know…” photos will be published in upcoming Shopping News issues. If a photo is identified, the information will be published. The Historical Society of the Cocalico Valley is dedicated to discovering,


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Samuel E. High Jr., Lititz; a son, Dwayne, husband of Chrissy High, Lititz; two daughters: Tanya, wife of G. Richard Smith III, Lan­ caster, and Dina, wife of Daniel Shurley, Forsyth, Georgia; eight grand­ children; two great-grand­ children; and a brother, J. Scott, husband of Janine High, Lititz;



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Brandon L. Hilton, 29, Ephrata, passed away on Sunday, December 26. He is survived by his parents, Melinda Hehnly, Stevens, and Shawn Hilton, Denver; a sister, Cheyenne, Denver; and his grand­ mother, Ann Hilton, Rein­ holds. Earl M. Ressler, 98, Ephrata, passed away on Sunday, December 26. He was the husband of the late Jean M. Ressler, and the late Nancy M. Ressler. He is survived by two stepsons: Douglas J. Pink­ erton, husband of Lora, Reinholds, and David A. Pinkerton, husband of Rhonda, Hedgesville, West Virginia; a stepdaughter, Denise J. Rentschler, wife of Steven, Womelsdorf; one step-grandchild; and 1 stepgreat-grandchild. Francis Bruce Heim­ bach, 79, husband of Nancy J. (Martin) Heim­bach, Den­ ver, passed away on Mon­ day, December 27. Besides his wife, he is survived by a stepson, Randall Newswanger; a stepdaughter, Leanne, wife of Troy Roland; four grand­ children; seven great-grand­ children; and a sister, Beverly, wife of Robert Hunsicker. F. James Loose, 91, Lititz, passed away on Sunday, December 26. (Continued On Page 11A)

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He was the husband of the late H. Joanne Eberly Loose. He is survived by four sons: James E. Loose, Ephrata; John A., husband of Karen Loose, Lititz; David C., husband of Melissa Loose, Lititz; and Edward “Ted” D., husband of Pamela Loose, Lititz; six grandchildren; and a brother, Larry L. Loose, Ephrata. Joseph Alan Morgan, 74, husband of Jodie A. (Tolland) Morgan, Sinking Spring, formerly of Ephrata, passed away on Monday, December 27. Besides his wife, he is survived by a son, Joseph T. Morgan, Lancaster; a daughter, Amanda, wife of Rahul Nemade, Falls Church, Virginia; two grand­children; a brother, Wesley Morgan, Georiga; and a sister, Rosie Crumrine, Hagerstown, Maryland. Susan Kay Wilson, 70, wife of David Wilson, Lititz, passed away on Monday, December 27. Besides her husband, she is survived by a son, James Wilson, husband of Gina; a daughter, Amanda Keeler; one grandchild; a brother, Donn Gannarelli, husband of Denise; and a sister, Lori Ann Crouse, wife of David. Rachel S. Brubaker, 95, Lititz, passed away on Tuesday, December 28. She was the wife of the late Luke A. Brubaker. She is survived by three

sons: Jay Brubaker, husband of Kathleen, League City, Texas; Leon Brubaker, husband of Mary, Coates­ ville; and Don Brubaker, husband of Karen, Lan­ caster; 13 grandchildren; 22 great-grandchildren; and a brother, Benjamin Kraybill, Palmyra. Diane Jean Landis Wilson, 67, wife of Lawson “Chip” Wilson, Lititz, passed away on Tuesday, December 28. Besides her husband, she is survived by two daughters: Amanda, wife of Brian Krauss, and Daniela, wife of Eric Reddinger; four grandchildren; a brother, Jim, husband of Sharon Landis; and a sister, Bobbe, wife of Barry Sauder. Awashima “Awa: Ngo­ hide Zion Gemade, 6, daughter of Nanen and Karie (Esh) Gemade, Leola, passed away on Thursday, December 30. Besides her parents, she is survived by a sister, Nadoo Gemade; grandparents: Dr. Emmanuel, husband of Bridget Gemade, Abuja, Nigera, Mervin, husband of Loretta Esh, Stevens; and great-grandmother, Esther Esh, Ephrata. Barbara A. Mlambo, 65, wife of Max Mlambo, Lititz, passed away on Thursday, December 30. Besides her husband, she is survived by a son, Qondisa David Mlambo, Denver; a daughter, Qanda Debra Mlambo, Buena Park, California; a brother, Eric VanGelder, Eliot, Maine; and two sisters: Bethany, wife of Gary McMullen, Willow Street, and Ellen VanGelder, Con­

cord, New Hampshire. Phyllis Shealer, 86, Ephrata, passed away on Thursday, December 30. She is survived by two daughters: Beverly A. Ansley, Wernersville, and Teresa A. “Tess,” wife of Robert E. Shank, Ephrata; two grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by a son, Barry Lee Kurtz, and a grandchild. Irene M. Burkholder, 89, wife of Ivan Z. Burkholder, Akron, passed away on Friday, December 31. Besides her husband, she is survived by two sons: Larry, husband of Rosanne (Rutt) Burkholder, Ephrata, and Neal R. Burkholder, Akron; two daughters: Diane, wife of Elvin Hursh, Ephrata, and Brenda, wife of Stephen Burkholder, Ephrata; 11 grandchildren; 12 great-grandchildren; a brother, Ivan, husband of Irene Zimmerman, Ephrata; and two sisters: Anna, wife of John Campbell, Cowgill, Missouri, and Marie Moser, Lititz. Arlene Z. Martin, 84, wife of Clarence M. Martin, Leola, passed away on Friday, December 31. Besides her husband, she is survived by two sons: Jay, husband of Audrey (Horst) Martin, and Terry, husband of Sue (Shannon) Martin; a daughter, Brenda, wife of Dale Weaver; seven grand­ children; four great-grand­ children; and two sisters: Evelyn Lengyel, and Mabel, wife of Tom Self. She was preceded in death by a great-grandchild. (Continued On Page 15A)

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The West Earl Fire Com­ pany, 14 School Lane Ave., Brownstown, will hold an All You Can Eat Breakfast, from 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. There is a cost. SAT., JANUARY 22 City Gate, East Main Street, Ephrata, will hold a Free Lunch, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. or while supplies last. MON., JANUARY 24 Celebrate Recovery will meet at City Gate, 100 East Main St., Ephrata, at 6:30 p.m. Held every Monday. For more info., call 484627-2988. SAT., JANUARY 29 City Gate, East Main Street, Ephrata, will hold a Free Lunch, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. or while (Continued On Page 12A)


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Births BAER, Alexander and Gemesen (Carper), Akron, a daughter, at Birth Care and Family Health Services, Bart. BEILER, John and Anna Mary (Fisher), Narvon, a daughter, at home. BUCKWALTER, Shawn and Shelby (Steffy), Lititz, a daughter, at Birth Care and Family Health Services, Bart. DENLINGER, Evan H. and Brittany L. (Huey), Ephrata, a son, at UPMC Lititz. FREY, Peter and Bethany (Joshua), Lititz, a son, at home. HORST, Justin and RoseAnna (Martin), East Earl, a daughter, at home. HURST, Elverne and Lori (Hoover), Ephrata, a daughter, at home. KING, Melvin and Ruth (Lantz), Narvon, a son, at home. MARTIN, Dwight and

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conclude that this instance is not a result of sin, but calamity, trouble, affliction of some sort. We can scarcely talk about falling and rising up again without considering our good brother Job. In Job 1:1 we see that Job was blameless, upright, fearing God and turning away from evil. We are then told that Job Get up Get up was the greatest of all the Author: Wenger families of the East and his wealth in livestock is Proverbs 24:16: catalogued in Job 1: 2­3. “A righteous man may Then tragedy struck and in fall seven times and rise about 24 seconds, Job lost again.” his livestock, servants and children. According to the context, When reading Job’s the person in consideration account of his calamity, is righteous and we must remember that it says


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while he (the servant) was yet speaking, another servant came and related the next calamity one after another. If you read just the servants words in less than 60 seconds it was all gone. Not only that, but in two instances it was the result of natural causes so to speak…wind and fire from heaven. Certainly Job would attribute these two directly to God Himself and yet it says that Job’s first response was worship. Then Job arose and tore his robe, shaved his head, and he fell to the ground and worshiped. And he said: “Naked I came into this world and naked I shall return there. The Lord gave,

and the Lord has taken away; Blessed be the name of the Lord.” Job 1:20, 21. Bad things happen to good and righteous people all the time. How would we respond to this kind of devastation? We most often don’t know the purpose in these trials and tribulations; Job didn’t. He never got to peek behind the curtain to understand why God did this. I am not sure even if we knew the purpose in our pain that the answer would satisfy. As believers now in the church age, we can look at scripture and know God’s purpose in Job’s case. If the loss of everything dear to Job isn’t enough, Satan then struck him from head



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to toe with painful boils. Yet even with this Job said, “Shall we indeed accept good from God, and shall we not accept adversity?” (Job 2:10) In all this, Job did not sin with his lips. In the closing verses of Job 42:10 we read, “And the Lord restored Job’s losses when he prayed for his friends, Indeed the Lord gave Job twice as much as he had before.” This is one of the most arresting and illuminating verses in all of scripture; when he prayed for his friends God restored. The shortest route through devastating trials is concern for others rather than self. It’s not about you, yes even in trials and pain.

The reason Job rose again is because he first focused on God and sincere worship. Secondly, it was others. We can see this exact order in Job’s life… “one who feared God and shunned evil.” In Job 1:5 we read in regard to his sons… he would rise early in the morning and offer burnt offerings according to the number of them all, for Job said, it may be that my sons have sinned and cursed God in their hearts” thus Job did, regularly. When calamity strikes, remember worship first, others second and we will rise up even though we fall.

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Deron Gabriel Martin, infant son of Dwayne L. and Karla J. (Martin) Martin, Reinholds, passed away on Saturday, January 1. Besides his parents, he is survived by three brothers: Adrien, Cowan and Cam­ den; a sister, Avalyn; and grandparents: Leroy and Emma Martin, and Elvin and Lovina Martin. A. Marie Rohrer, 93, Stevens, formerly of Lititz, passed away on Saturday, January 1. She is survived by two sisters: Martha Ramer, New Paris, Indiana, and Elsie Lehman, Woodward. Leon Martin Rothamel, 92, Maytown, formerly of Lititz, passed away on Saturday, January 1. He was the husband of the late Barbara TessierRothamel. He is survived by two sons: Craig Rothamel, Myrtle Beach, South Caro­ lina, and Jason Rothamel, husband of Karen, Lititz; two step-daughters: Denise Schiavo, and Suzanne Dob­ son, wife of James, Balti­ more, Maryland; 11 grand­ children; and eight greatgrandchildren. Evelyn R. “Ev” Young,



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Rothsville Ambulance is a division of the Rothsville Volunteer Fire Company. The Ambulance Corp was first organized by the fire company in 1952 and used its 1941 Chevy Panel squad truck as its first ambulance. Today, they serve as the primary Basic Life Support ambulance provider for the eastern half of Warwick Township as well as portions of West Earl Township, Ephrata Township and Clay Township. They are regularly called to assist on cover and mutual aid calls in other neighboring parts of the county. In 2021, Rothsville Ambulance responded to more than 1,000 calls. The organization is composed of approximately 30 active volunteers. During traditional business hours on weekdays, when many volunteers are working, they also utilize the contracted services of personnel through WellSpan and Warwick Ambulance. The Rothsville Ambulance volunteers gather monthly for meetings and training. Each of their providers complete required training courses to become Emergency Medical Responders (EMRs) and Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs), followed by online and group trainings throughout the year to maintain continuing education requirements. All providers maintain certifications in CPR and AED use. Shown in the group photo above, from left to right, are Rothsville Ambulance members: (1st row) John Adams, Floss Morgan, Raymond Rutt, James Martin and Roman Musser; (2nd row) Nelson Rudolph, Ethan Zimmerman, Sheldon Zimmerman, Jim Hoover (President), Scott Strippel, Justin Cracroft (Vice President), Lester Martin, Scott Barr and Justin Martin; (3rd row) Jared Martin and Cody Hufford. Not pictured in the group photo are Lorraine Nolt (Treasurer) and Devin Gebhard (Secretary). Shown in the bottom right photo are Rothsville Amublance’s longest-serving members, who together have devoted nearly 200 years of service to the organization. Pictured from left to right, Floss Morgan joined in 1975, Raymond Rutt joined in 1976, Lorraine Nolt joined in 1974, and Roman Musser joined in 1968.

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In-person events are back! Adamstown Area Library is offering a variety of inperson and virtual programs for all ages this winter. See the full schedule below, and register through the library events calendar at www. AdamstownAreaLibrary. org/events. The library is open for regular services. Masks are encouraged for all visitors. Curbside and vestibule pickup are also available. To schedule a pickup, call the library at 717-484-4200. • Wonderful Winter Wed­ nesday Wonderbooks – Hey kids, every Wednesday this winter, stop in and try one of the new Wonderbooks and (Continued On Page 2B)

The Woman’s Club of Ephrata held their annual Fashion Show at the Ephrata American Legion on Saturday, November 6. The show is one of the fundraising activities that

the Woman’s Club holds every year to fund their charitable efforts. Over 170 women gathered for a luncheon and a Fashion Show presented by Ruth Carpenter of Ruthie’s. Sue

Fisher, President of Ephrata Cloister Associates, was the guest speaker. Fifty percent of the proceeds from the event or $2,129.18 is being donated to the Cloister Associates. Remaining

“Pieces From The Past” - Featuring The Lititz Historical Foundation Shopping News Photo by Donald Reese “Pieces From The Past” continues this week, featuring the Lititz Historical Foundation. In this weekly article, Shopping News readers will learn about local items housed in local museums and historical societies. Baby Cradle, 18th-19th Century, Johannes Mueller House Wooden rocking cradles, like the one in the photo, were in common use for childcare in Western Europe and the American colonies. Today, we think of cradles as places where babies were put to sleep at night; but during the 18th and 19th centuries, babies often slept in the same bed with their mother. During the day, a mother would have household chores for the rest of the family and might need to keep her hands free. A cradle provided a place for the baby to nap and be safe during the day. This cradle was raised slightly above the floor to allow for the rocker, and had several features to keep a small infant content and safe. The quilt and blanket would keep the baby warm. The safety cover provided support for a covering that would keep insects away or

darken the cradle slightly for a mid day nap. The pewter rattle and pewter cup provided diversions. If mother needed to work in a different room, the cradle was light enough to be picked up and moved. There are also linen ties to secure the baby in the cradle if mom needed to focus on cooking, laundry or any of her other tasks. The Lititz Historical

Society, located at 145 East Main Street, Lititz, is now open. The museum and gift shop will be open Friday and Saturday, 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. through the end of December. Timed tours “on the :15” will be available beginning with the first tour of the day at 11:15 a.m., and the last tour of the day beginning at 4:15 p.m. Due to COVID-19, they

will be following all CDC guidelines, including masks, social distancing and socially-distanced tours, one-way arrow tape on the floors and hand sanitizer. Walk-in tours are welcome, but scheduling a tour in advance is highly encouraged. Call the foundation today at 717627-4636 to schedule your tour.

Shopping News Photo by Donald Reese money will be split among various community organizations in the Ephrata area. Joan Steidle (left) and Mary Duing (right) of the

Woman’s Club of Ephrata are shown presenting a check for $2,129.18 to Sue Fisher (middle), President of Ephrata Cloister Associates.

Where In The World Contest Winner

Would you like to win $50 next month? Enter The Shopping News “Where In The World” contest! As always, we’ve received many interesting entries this month and it was difficult to pick a winner. There were

entries from California, Texas, Florida and more! The winner for the month of December, shown in the photo above, is Glenn Ritter, of New Holland, who is shown in Highland at the (Continued On Page 3B)

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Adamstown Library Events (Continued From Page 1B)

Launchpads. If you “LOVE” it, put it on hold and grab another one to take home in the meantime. • Winter Snowman Scav­ enger Hunt - All January. Read the story on the rear library window and search for the snowmen in the woods behind the library. Tell the librarian how many you found to receive a prize! • Reading Royals Winter Reading Challenge Through February 1, 2022. For ages 5-15. Participants read 20 minutes per day for 30 days (doesn’t have to be consecutive) by February 1 to receive a free kid’s ticket

to a game. Any additional purchased adult tickets will give money to the home library. Get your reading logs at the library. • Turntable Tales - Join Miss Jess every Monday at 10:00 a.m. for a radical record player experience. Mondays, January 10, 17, 24 and 31. Children will follow-along to a classic

Disney story followed by fun activities. Ages 2-5. • “Budding Bookworms” Preschool Storytime with Miss Maribeth - Every Wednesday at 10:00 a.m. in the library. Wednesdays, January 12, 19 and 26. Join the library for books, songs, activities and craft. • Friday Friends Playtime - Every Friday from 10:00

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Lititz Public Sophomore Class Officers Chosen Library Events The following events will be hosted by the Lititz Public Library for the month of January. For more information, call the library at 717-626-2255 or email register@lititzlibrary.org. • Knitting Club ­ Monday, January 17 from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 Noon. Knitting Club meets every 1st and 3rd Monday of the month, from 10:00 a.m. until noon. Knitting Club is for people who knit and like to share the craft. This is not a class or instruction, just friendly gathering to knit and work on projects. Must bring all your own supplies. Crocheters also welcome. No registration required. • Morning Yoga ­ Every Friday at 9:00 a.m. Come join Joyce Courtney for Yoga in the Morning. This class is appropriate for all abilities. Adults and teens welcome. Bring your own mat (if you have one) and a water bottle. No sign up needed. Masks are required inside the building. • Novel Tea ­ Tuesday, January 11 at 6:00 p.m. This program will highlight different types of tea featured in books. They will discuss the books, the tea, and read an excerpt from each book. Ten books and teas will be “tasted.” Registration is required and limited. Virtual Zoom Event. Registration began on Tuesday, December 28. • Painting Club ­ Wed­ nesday, January 12 and 26 at 12:30 p.m. Meet the second and fourth Wednesday of each month. Bring your own painting supplies. Get together with others to paint and socialize. No registration required. • Great Decisions Dis­ cussion Group - Wednesday, January 12 6:30 p.m. If you have an interest in foreign

Shopping News Photo by Donald Reese Cocalico High School’s Sophomore Class Officers for the class of 2024 have been named. Shown, from left to right, are Emily Menet (Treasurer), Hannah Bruce (President), Paige Reeser (Vice President) and Natalie McDevitt (Secretary). affairs, join them for this moderated, non-partisan discussion group. No special knowledge is required for this informal discussion forum, just an inquiring mind. No registration required. • Movies of the 1950’s ­ Thursday, January 13 at 1:30 p.m. Movie showing – “Harvey” – NR. Due to his

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Meets the 3rd Thursday of each month at 1:00 p.m. No registration needed. • Buckhill Sleuths Book Club – New Holland location - Monday, January 24 at 2:00 p.m. No registration needed. Contact dguscott@lititzlibrary.org for more information. • Lititz Art Association ­ Tuesday, January 25 at 6:00 p.m. No registration needed. • BYOB – Bring Your Own Book (Club) ­ Thurs­ day, January 27 at 2:00 p.m. Meets the last Thursday of each month at 2:00 p.m. A non-traditional book club for adults. Instead of reading a predetermined title, they share what they are currently reading and pick up new recommended reads. Contact dguscott@lititz library.org for more information. (Continued On Page 9B)

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6B - Wednesday, January 12, 2022 - Say You Saw It In “The Shopping News” NOTICE: Piano lessons. Call Susan Lambert, lessons for all ages. 717-371-4742, 11 Brookfield Drive, Ephrata.

Garage Sale NOTICE: Huge Garage Sale, January 21-22, Friday evening, 6-8pm, Saturday, 7amnoon. Lots of clothing, infant-adult, jackets, sweaters, shoes, boots, books, toys, housewares and furniture. Sub and baked goods fundraiser at Isaac Nolt’s Heated Shop, 341 N. Maple Ave., Leola. It’s easy to place a classified ad! Visit our office at 615 E. Main St., Ephrata, or submit your ad at www.snews.com!

BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY Independent Contractors/ Owner Operators With Cars, Mini Vans, Cargo Vans & Sprinters. Lancaster based logistics company has opportunities for scheduled route work contractors and ondemand contractors to provide time critical, same day transportation throughout the Mid-Atlantic region.

HELP OFFERED: Electrical service and handyman. Switches, outlets, ceiling fans, baseboard heaters, water heaters, bathroom exhaust fans/lights, light motion lights and timers. Small jobs around the house. Call George, 610750-1159.

Announcements NOTICE: Friday Night Jam! Come listen to live classic country and rock. Musicians, singers, groups needed. Music starts at 6pm. Denver Fire Hall, Denver, PA.

HELP OFFERED: Experienced electrician and handyman services, licensed and insured. Free estimates. Call Jim, 717-5752147.

Help Offered HELP OFFERED: I’ll take care of your family or loved one as my own. Veronica, 717-808-7055. HELP OFFERED: Groff Painting. Clean, quality work. Reasonable rates. Free estimates. Ephrata. 717-723-5734, PA118129.

HELP OFFERED: Cory’s Handyman Service is looking to fix those things around the house in need of repair, so you don’t have to. No job too small. So call, 717-7230277. Reasonable rates/insured. PA#103368.

HELP OFFERED: Carpentry work, additions, repairs and remodeling. Ephrata. Call John S. Weaver, 717-3367497. Place your classified ads online at www.snews.com!


HELP OFFERED: A-Clean Hometown Services specializing in offices, apartment turn-overs, move-ins and move-outs, churches and residential house cleaning. Serving Lancaster County for 27 years. 717336-4854. HELP OFFERED: An experienced cleaner looking for houses. Regular and deep cleaning available. Call or text 717-572-7969. HELP OFFERED: House cleaning services for Schoeneck and nearby areas. Call/ text So Nice and Clean, 717572-9909.

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Childcare HELP OFFERED: A Mennonite woman willing to babysit. East Earl, close to Route 625. Call for info., 717-445-8588.

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Weaver Nut Co. is a DRUG FREE WORKPLACE. Mandatory pre pre-employment drug screens and background checks required.

35-40 hours/week. Flexible hours. Benefits. Submit resume to:

Office Manager Lancaster County Podiatry 804 Grandview Dr., Ste. 1, Ephrata, PA 17522


Land Development Coordinator

Seeking individual with experience with Stormwater management, Monitoring E&S controls and NPDES Permit requirements as well as DEP Compliance. Will work with bonding - submissions, releases, agreements and reduction. Will assist with municipal approval process, street dedications and correspond with residents and municipalities. Will coordinate CBU Units and post office communications for each community, responsible for scheduling utilities such as electric, gas, phone and cable and tracking current development maintenance and any other issues. Will also oversee installation of amenities plan, signage, landscape requirements, public lights, etc. Must have at least 1-2 years experience. Apply to: HR@ownalandmark.com Competitive wages with excellent benefits.

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NOW HIRING Esbenshade’s Greenhouses is currently accepting applications for the following position:

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We’re currently hiring for a:

FT Customer Service Position (Willing to train motivated candidate)

Ideal candidate should be able to multi-task, be detail-oriented and have good communication skills with customers both on the phone and in person. Experience with Word & Excel required.

Benefits: Paid Holidays & Vacation Time, Health Insurance & 401K Mon. 7:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.; Tues.-Fri. 8:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Every Third Saturday, 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 Noon

Please submit your resume or employment application (may be downloaded from our webpage) to our Human Resources Department: HR@Esbenshades.com Visit our website at Esbenshades.com and click on Job Careers tab for additional info! Applications may also be filled out in person at our Lititz location -

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Say You Saw It In “The Shopping News” - Wednesday, January 12, 2022 - 7B HELP OFFERED: Interior, Exterior painting, drywall, repair, custom colors. Call about our winter specials. Call Damien, 717-9405912. PA#032157. HELP OFFERED: Electrical handyman service, over 30 years experience, low rates, quality work. Fully insured. Call 717-669-7585.

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HELP WANTED: Occasional driver needed to drive pick-up. FT laborer on roof/siding crew. Drivers licence required. 717575-1998.

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WANTED: I will buy your home for cash, no inspections/appraisals, will purchase as is regardless of condition, quick cash settlement, local Lititz buyer. 717278-5880.

Applications are being accepted for

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F&M Hat Company is looking for individuals who want to join the oldest family-owned hat manufacturing organization in the country. At F&M our employees make a difference and we’re committed to offering competitive wages and good benefits all in a personable family management environment. We encourage all interested candidates to “come out” and see the positions we have available. Most of our jobs involve unique craftsmanship and are taught by our experienced management. No job is unimportant and our employees take pride in producing some of the finest headwear worn by celebrties and dignitaries around the world. Interested candidates can apply in person or email resumes to info@fmhat.com

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Family owned since 1912.

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WANTED: Check your attic. Buying vintage clothes, costume jewelry, gold, silver & antiques. I will buy your treasures. Uncle Funky’s new location 2350 N. Reading Rd., Denver, PA. Muddy Creek Shopping Center. 1-484-432-9770, 717-733-0003.

HELP WANTED: Part-time parts delivery driver, Monday-Friday, 7:30am11:30am. Apply at John N. Sauder Auto Company, 875 W. Main St., New Holland.

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825 Reading Rd, P.O. Box 528, Bowmansville, PA 17507

Brubacher is an earthmoving utility and paving contractor servicing Southeast PA and an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) employer.

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Bollman Hat Company, with corporate headquarters located in Adamstown, PA, is the nation’s oldest hat maker and a global leader in designing, manufacturing, wholesaling and retailing fashion headwear and accessories. Bollman’s leading brands include Helen Kaminski www.helenkaminski.com, Bailey www.baileyhats.com and Kangol www.kangol.com. Bollman also owns www.hats.com. We are excited to announce multiple openings in our factory and distribution centers.


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Our sewers will use a sewing machine to sew in bands, tags and trim. This position requires very good eyesight at a close range (with or without glasses), excellent hand/eye coordination, long periods of sitting, and a strong attention to detail. Must have a willingness to learn and to understand the importance of each person’s role in creating high-quality headwear. M-F, 6am-2:30pm


We have a variety of positions that are involved in the early part of hat making and in the finished hat making process. Work with skilled mentors as they share their craft with you, and pass down decades of knowledge. As an employee-owned Company, our fellow owners are proud of the work they perform and their role in producing high quality headwear. M-F, 6am-2:30pm. $16.25-$16.85 to start. Bollman Hat Company offers a rewarding work atmosphere where employee-owners take pride in their craft, provides a competitive benefits package which includes employee stock ownership, profit sharing, 401(k), 13 days Paid Time Off (PTO) in the first year (with an increase in time off based on years of service), 8 paid holidays, and tuition reimbursement.

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WANTED: Coins. Amer-­ ican, Canadian, For-­ eign, paper money, jew-­ elry. New Holland Coins, 592 E. Main Street, New Holland. 717-355-0206.

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National Honor Society Officers Named At Cocalico

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Lititz Public Library Events (Continued From Page 3B)

• Literary Travelers Book Club - Virtual - Friday, January 28 at 10:00 a.m. Contact Diane Guscott (dguscott@lititzlibrary.org) for more information. Children/Families • Winter StoryWalk® Everyday beginning in January. A StoryWalk® combines two healthy activities, taking a walk and reading a book. It is a selfdirected activity for people of all ages which encourages participants to read a children’s picture book in stages while walking along a short path. The Lititz Public Library’s winter StoryWalk® title is “Hooray for Today!” by Brian Won. Owl wakes up and is ready to play, but all her friends are sleeping. Owl is lonely until sunrise when she discovers a friendly surprise. Hooray for Today! celebrates playtime, sharing, and friendship. The StoryWalk® begins to the right of the entrance to the Lititz Public Library and moves counterclockwise along the sidewalk around the library property.


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• Reading Royals – Slap­ shot’s Winter Reading Challenge. SCORE!! When you read 20 Minutes a Day for 30 Days. That is a total of 600 minutes! You can do it! Complete the challenge by Tuesday, February 1. Readers (ages 5-15) will earn a free kid’s ticket to a Royals hockey game. Pick up forms at the Lititz Public Library circulation desk. • Indoor Storytime - Small class size. Socially distanced. Masks required. Age specific storytimes for children 6 month – 5 years. January 31 - February 24 (4 week session). Online registration begins Monday, January 17 at 7:00 a.m.

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The local Civil Air Patrol squadron at Lancaster Municipal Airport will not be holding their regular Monday night meetings out of concerns related to COVID 19. The edict to not meet personally was issued Sunday, January 2 and became effective nationwide on Monday, January 3 until further notice. Major Jerome Broad, commander of Jesse Jones Composite Squadron 304 announced, “We are


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reverting to a Phase 1 protocol which limits our meetings to no more than 10 persons. “As a result, we will resume virtual cadet meetings until the Pennsylvania Wing steps down to Phase 2 and at this time, we have no idea when that will be.” An announcement will be made when Phase 2 is instituted. The squadron is still responding to requests for information by email. Maj. Broad can be contacted at cc010@pawg.cap.gov. The squadron public affairs superintendent, SMSgt. Glenn B. Knight is available via email at gknight@cap. gov.


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Gilgore Estate, 5867 Meadeville Rd., Narvon. Country 1 story 3 bedroom dwelling, 2 story 30x36 garage/shop, 2 bedroom mobile home rental, rural 1.14 acre lot. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. MON., JANUARY 17 10:00 a.m. - Renningers Antique Market, 2500 N. Reading Rd., Denver. Antiques, furniture and personal property. Art Pannebecker and Brad Wolf Auctioneers, Inc. TUES., JANUARY 18 9:00 a.m. - Hometowne Auction LLC, Garden Spot Fire Hall, 339 East Main St., New Holland. Quilt Auction. Aaron Nolt, Auctioneer. WED., JANUARY 19 1:00 p.m. - Horst Auction Center, Ephrata. Antiques, collectibles, household goods, tools. Horst Auctioneers. SAT., JANUARY 22 12:00 noon - Tracy L. Weaver Estate, 424 South 9th St., Akron. 3 bedroom, 1.5 bath rancher, garage, 1/3

SALES REGISTER TUES., JANUARY 11 4:00 p.m. - Edwin N. and Erma V. Hoover Estate, 1312 Red Run Rd., Stevens. Rancher with 3 bedrooms, country .70 acre, low maintenance, good usable updates. Martin and Rutt Auctioneers. WED., JANUARY 12 1:00 p.m. - Horst Auction Center, Ephrata. Antiques, collectibles, household goods, tools. Horst Auctioneers. THURS., JANUARY 13 - 12:00 Noon - Horst Auction Center, Ephrata. Coin Sale - 298 lots of coins and currency. Horst

Auctioneers. FRI., JANUARY 14 2:00 p.m. and 3:00 p.m. Abner L. Lantz Estate, 432 North 5th St., Lebanon (2:00 p.m.). 4 unit apartment with coin-operated laundry. 604 North 9th St., Lebanon (3:00 p.m.). 4 bedroom, 1 bath semi-detached row home. Joel Heisey Auctioneer. SAT., JANUARY 15 9:00 a.m. - Horst Auction Center, Ephrata. Winter Tool Sale - 650 lots of antique tools. Horst Auctioneers. SAT., JANUARY 15 9:00 a.m. - Alberta M.

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acre lot. Art Pannebecker and Brad Auction Auction­ eers, Inc. SAT., JANUARY 22 2:00 p.m. - Dwight Fox, 195 Creek Rd., Denver. 4 bedroom, 2 bath dwelling, garage, 2.33 acre lot. Art Pannebecker and Brad Wolf Auctioneers, Inc. WED., JANUARY 26 1:00 p.m. - Horst Auction Center, Ephrata. Antiques, collectibles, household goods, tools. Horst Auctioneers. THURS., JANUARY 27 - 9:00 a.m. - TW Plastering LLC and North Mountain Masonry Inc., 175 Green Acre Rd., Lititz. Business dispersal, stucco and masonry tools, 2 2018 GMC Workbody trucks, (2) 3/4 ton pickups, 5 Pettibone lifts, scaffolding, trailers. Martin and Rutt Auctioneers. THURS., JANUARY 27 - 12:00 Noon - Horst Auction Center, Ephrata. Coins and currency. Horst Auctioneers. SAT., JANUARY 29 -

Delivering 38,000 issues in Northern Lancaster County every week!

To be held at Renninger’s Antique Market, 2500 N. Reading Rd. (Rt. 272) Denver

Our Entire Auction Will Be Outside, Under The Pavilion. We Will Be Full! Please Note: Consignments Will Be Accepted Monday Mornings From 6AM-9AM. For pictures, visit www.auctionzip.com (Auctioneer ID#1536) weekend prior to auction date. 10% buyer’s premium. Cash, credit card or good PA check accepted as payment. No out of state checks without bank letter or prior approval. All items sold as-is, where-is. Food & restrooms available. All announcements made day of sale take precedence over prior advertisement. *Follow Our Online-Only Auctions In Addition To Our Live, Weekly Auctions* To view our online auctions and to bid, go to www.pannebeckerwolf.hibid.com.

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“Horst Auction Center” PUBLIC SALE


WEDNESDAY, JAN. 12, 2022 AT 1:00 P.M.

Preview Times - Tuesday, January 11 from 2:00 P.M. thru 5:00 P.M. and Wednesday, January 12 from 8:00 A.M. *The following is just a very general list of items to be sold. Photos representing the entire auction will be posted on our website www.horstauction.com on Tuesday, January 11. Sale to be held at the Horst Auction Center, 50 Durlach Rd., Ephrata, PA 17522 (The corner of Rt. 322 & Durlach Rd., approx. 2-1/2 miles west of Ephrata) FURNITURE - Antique, Vintage, Reproduction & Modern Incl. Bedroom, Dining Room, Living Room, Family Room, Kitchen, Office & Patio (Sets & Individual Pcs.); APPLIANCES; KITCHENWARE; CLOCKS & LAMPS; STERLING SILVER FLATWARE; COPPER & BRASS; CAST IRON; AGATE; TINWARE; PEWTER; WOODENWARE; CHINA & GLASSWARE; HUMMEL FIGURINES; POTTERY; LINENS & TEXTILES; ORIENTAL ROOM & AREA RUGS; BOOKS & PAPER; ESTATE & COSTUME JEWELRY; ARTWORK; CHRISTMAS & SEASONAL DECORATIONS; TOYS; TOOLS; LAWN & GARDEN EQUIPMENT; BOX LOTS & MANY OTHER ITEMS TO BE SOLD! Accepted Payments: Cash or PA Check. Visa, MasterCard, Discover & Debit Card with 3% fee. No out of state checks without prior approval.

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9:00 a.m. - Horst Auction Center, Ephrata. Outstand­ ing firearms, hunting, fishing and military collectibles and accessories. Horst Auction­eers. SAT., JANUARY 29 10:00 a.m. - Walter A. Sweigart, 140 Country Dr., Denver. 3 bedroom split level on approx. .28 acre. Real estate at 1:00 p.m. Collectibles, toys, tools, furniture, household items.

“Max” James L. Fishel, Auctioneer. SAT., JANUARY 29 11:00 a.m. - Adam and Laura Zimmerman, 1981 West Main St., Ephrata. 67 +/- acres Lancaster County farm, 4 bedroom, 1 bath 2 story dwelling, 46’x80’ bank barn with additions, 30’x62’ tobacco shed, outbuildings, silos. BeilerCampbell Auction Services.

SAT., FEBRUARY 5 2:00 p.m. - James D. Snader Estate, 525A West 28th Division Highway, Lititz. 3+ acre wooded lot with manufactured home. Art Pannebecker and Brad Wolf Auctioneers, Inc. THURS., FEBRUARY 10 - 4:00 p.m. - Harold P. Kissinger Estate, 424 West End Ave., Akron. Brick ranch style dwelling with attached 1 car garage and frame garden shed. Horst Auctioneers. WED., FEBRUARY 16 - 3:00 p.m. - Alvin M. and Kathryn L. Shirk, 819 Lauschtown Rd., Denver. 2-1/2 story 3 bedroom

house, 24x30 barn/garage, 12x18 shed, 1 acre +/- rural lot. Tim Weaver Auction Service LLC. TUES., FEBRUARY 22 - 4:00 p.m. - Anna M. Reiff Estate, 299 Bomberger Rd., Lititz. Beautiful real stone rancher, 3 bedrooms, clean, .57 acre level country lot, new roof, 2 car garage, vacant .67 acre building lot, mostly level, view. Martin and Rutt Auctioneers. SAT., FEBRUARY 26 11:00 a.m. - Elmer and Rebecca King, 108 Red Well Rd., New Holland. 3 bedroom, 1 bath ranch house on .96 acre, 2 small out­ buildings, horse barn,

(Lititz Area)



THURS., JAN. 27 at 9 A.M. LOCATED AT: 175 Green Acre Rd., Lititz Pa. 17543

“Horst Auction Center” COIN SALE

THURS., JAN. 13, 2022 SALE TIME - 12:00 NOON

INSPECTION - Thursday, January 13, 2022, 9:00 A.M. thru the Sale Sale to be held at Horst Auction Center, 50 Durlach Road, Ephrata, Lancaster Co., PA



Selling 50 Plus Slabbed Coins. Most From a Local Estate. Highlights Include: 1798 Cent AU 50, 1857 Half Cent MS 64, 1869/69 Cent MS 64, 1800 Bust Dollar VF 20, 1827 Half Dollar MS 61, 1874-CC, ‘75-CC Trade $1s, 1879 Trade $1 Pf 62, ‘78-CC $1 MS 64, ‘85-CC $1 MS 65, ‘89-CC $1 AU-Details, 1893-S $1 ANACS VF 35, ‘02-S $1 MS 64. Also, Many Raw and Collectible Coins. Proof and Mint Sets and 90% Silver. .999 Silver in 1 Ounce, 5 Ounce, 10 Ounce Bars/Rounds. Currency Including Small and Large Annville. 1896 $1 Silver Cert. 1923 Silver Cert. Starr Note. 2 Half Ounce, 3 One Ounce Gold Bullion. ************************************************************************************** A catalogued listing can be picked up at the Auction Center for free. Listing is also available on our website, www.horstauction.com. ************************************************************************************** Accepted Payments: Cash or PA check. Visa, MasterCard, Discover and Debit Card with 3% fee. No out of state checks without prior approval.

DIRECTIONS: From Rt. 772 on the West side of Lititz (close to Warwick HS), turn South on Green Acre Rd. for 1.1 mile to property on left. BRIEF LISTING: See our updated website for over 100 pictures and full listing, includes (4) GMC crew cab 3500-HD work body trucks, 4x4 & Duramax; (2) GMC 2500-HD pickup trucks; 2018 23’ alum hydro tilt-deck trailer; other alum & steel trailers; (5) high lifts from 6,000-9,000 lb. lifts & 37’-42’ reach; (200+) pcs. of assort. scaffolding; Cantilever racking; MUD HOG mixer; MUD HOG hopper w/ hydro; (20+) mason story poles; (6) Toro MX858 3-4 batch concrete mixers; many high lift work platforms; alum. scaffolding stages; many OSHA planks; many ladders; lots of Milwaukee power tools; masonry saws; Honda generators & water pumps; office equipment; an all day auction. See website for all details. Auction preview Jan 25 & 26 from 9:00 - 4:00. Please visit our updated website at www.martinandrutt.com

Auction By: Auction For: John J. Rutt II TW PLASTERING 717-587-8906 LLC & NORTH Michael J. Martin MOUNTAIN 717-371-3333 AY-002189-L EPHRATA & NEW HOLLAND, PA MASONRY INC. Member of PA & National Auctioneers Assoc.

“Horst Auction Center” WINTER TOOL SALE AT 9:00 A.M.

Preview - Friday, January 14 from 1:00 P.M. thru 5:00 P.M.

REAL ESTATE PUBLIC AUCTION 2 / Sty., 3 Bdrm. House - 24’x30’ Barn/Garage 1


12’x18’ Shed – 1 Acre +/- Rural Lot

Wednesday, February 16, 2022 at 3:00 P.M. Location: 819 Lauschtown Rd., Denver, PA 17517 (Brecknock Twp./Lanc. Co.)

Directions: Rt. 897 South of Adamstown, cross Turnpike, turn right onto Lauschtown Rd., follow 1 mi. to property on left. OR From Fivepointville take Fivepointville Rd. toward Red Run. Turn right onto Kramer Mill Rd., right onto Lauschtown Rd. to property on right.

- REAL ESTATE Large 1 acre +/- country property w/3 bdrm. house & horse barn/garage. 2½ story farmhouse w/2009 sq. ft., 3 bdrms., 1½ baths., eat-in kitchen w/oak rsd. panel cabinets, living rm., family rm., parlor, sunroom, 1st floor laundry, front porch, basement, attic. High efficiently LP H/W baseboard heat. 200 amp elec. House features insulated/tilt/vinyl windows and low maintenance exterior. Outbuildings: 24’x30’ 2 sty. masonry/frame barn/garage w/10’x30’ forebay, 12’x14’ horse stall, 15’x24’ garage area & 2nd flr. storage. 12’x18’ utility bldg. All on 1 acre +/- country lot w/farmland boundary, approx. 1/2 acre fenced pasture (currently used for raising produce), established black raspberry patch, garden & lawn area, on-site well, public sewer, zoned AG. Brecknock Twp. ELANCO Schools. Taxes approx. $2,900. Auctioneer Note: Ideal rural property along quiet country road. Minutes to PA Turnpike, Rts. 222, 272, 897, Reamstown, Fivepointville, Terre Hill. Move-in condition. Sellers have purchased other property & plan to sell. Also available (but not included) to new owner are 20x30 hoop bldg. and 12x16 kennel w/4 runs, heat & elec. Contact auctioneer @ 717-354-9524 w/any questions. Terms: 10% down, balance on or before April 18, 2022. Kling & Deibler Attys. (717) 3547700. Personal Inspection by appointment or OPEN HOUSE: Saturdays, Jan. 29 & Feb. 5, 1-3 P.M. Contact seller at (717) 336-9044 for a private showing. See more at Auctionzip.com ID #25403 Auctioneers: Tim Weaver, Dave Stoltzfus, Steve Schuler, Matthew Martin

Auction for: Alvin M. & Kathryn L. Shirk 717-336-9044 Tim Weaver Auct. Serv. Phone: 717-354-9524 Lic. # AY2109

SAT., APRIL 16 - 11:00 a.m. - Wendall and Esther Mae Weaver, 1690 Kramer Mill Rd., Denver. 6.7 +/acre country farmette, 3 bedroom, 2 bath ranch style dwelling, 30’x46’ frame 2 story barn/garage, fenced pastures, raised bed gardens. Beiler-Campbell Auction Services. FRI., MAY 6 - 5:00 p.m. - Delmas R. and Kimberly J. Huber, 240 Fort Henry Rd., Bethel. Country 2 story 4 bedroom dwelling, 2 sheds, fenced pasture, 5.1 acres, wooded tract. Kline, Kreider and Good Auction­ eers.



Fri., Jan. 14, 2022 at 2 PM & 3 PM 432 N. 5th St; Lebanon, PA 17046 (2 PM) 4-Unit Apt. Featuring 1st Floor Coin-Operated Laundry; Unit A: 1st Floor Apt. w/2 BR, 1 Bath, Lg. Kitchen & Living Rm.; Unit B: 2nd Floor Apt. w/1 BR, 1 Bath, Kitchen & Living Rm (Qualifies for Section 8); Unit C: 2nd Floor Apt w/1 BR, 1 Bath, Kitchen & Living Rm.; Unit D: 3rd Floor Apt. w/1 BR, 1 Bath, Kitchen & Living Rm. OPEN HOUSE: 1 hr. before auction. NOTE: A very nice 4 Unit w/great income potential. An off-street parking lot adjoins the property and will be available to rent or purchase. TERMS: 10% Down; Balance in 60 Days.

604 N. 9th St; Lebanon, PA 17046 (3 PM)


- Fivepointville/Lauschtown Area -

pasture. Beiler-Campbell Auction Services. THURS., MARCH 3 4:00 p.m. - Guy A. Burkins Estate, 109 E. Pine St., Ephrata. Brick and frame 2 story dwelling with attached first floor garage and attached basement level garage/workshop. Horst Auctioneers. THURS., MARCH 31 5:00 p.m. - Ivan Z. and Rachel L. Fisher, 473 Spring Grove Rd., East Earl. Country 1 story 3 bedroom dwelling, 1 car garage, utility shed, 3/4 acre m/l lot. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers.

Sale to be held at Horst Auction Center, located at the corner of Rt. 322 & Durlach Rd. (approx. 2-1/2 miles west of Ephrata), Ephrata, Lancaster Co., PA. Catalogues are available by sending $4 to Horst Auction Center, 50 Durlach Rd., Ephrata, PA 17522, or may be picked up at Horst Auction Center for $2. Catalogue listing along with photos are available on our website, www.horstauction.com.

Tools - 650 Lots of Antique Tools - In Main Auction Hall

Edge Tools: Lg. collection Axes, Hatchets & Adze – Hand wrought: Goosewing, Broad, Felling, Mortise & Posthole axes, carpenter’s & cooper’s adze Meat cleavers & mincing knives; Reaping sickles; (most signed by Central Pa. makers); Cooper’s & other drawknives; Slicks, firmer, bench, carving other Chisels; Planes – Rare, basket maker’s splint shave; Wooden Plow, Simple & complex molding, Joinery, & bench planes; Metal Planes: Stanley: Rare, Millers Patent “Hump-back” #41 combination w/fillister bed; 2 – Millers Patent #43 combination plow planes; Bailey #2 – #8 bench planes; Gage & Bedrock series bench planes; combination molders & Specialty planes: #196 Circular rabbet; #10 Carriage rabbet jack; #62 low angle jack; #51 shoot board plane (parts); #72 chamfer plane; #13, #113, & “Victor” #20 circular/compass planes ; early #90 steel cased rabbet; Stanley Bailey & Gage transitional bench planes; Bailey Plane Co. block planes; Graduated size collection Birmingham Plane Co.: “Batwing Model” T-rabbet planes & block planes, Birmingham & Derby “Mosher’s Patent” bench plane; Sandusky #1507 “Lady Bug” bullnose rabbet; Solon Rust Patent bench plane; Palmer & Stokes Patent bench jointer; Chaplin’s Patent block planes; Sargent: (#2 size bench plane) & bench jointers; Siegley’s bench planes; Fulton Tool Co. adjustable scraper plane; Steers Patent bench plane w/ wooden fillet strip inlayed sole; English infill bench planes & English mitre plane; Fine collection English iron or brass cabinet maker’s shoulder rabbet planes; English gunmetal low angle block; Measuring Devices: Wooden & metal marking gauges; Folding & straight rules; Log caliper & lumber stick/ rules; Squares; Wooden & iron Levels (several English brass faced pocket levels); Davis Level Co. Inclinometer; Calipers; Lg. selection Stanley bevels & other measuring tools; Machinist Tools: Oak machinists tool chest; Precision measuring devices; Lg. Vernier gauge; Engraving tools; Cooper’s Tools: Scorps & shaves; Augers & reamers; Wheel travelers; Hammers: Stonework & millstone hammers; wooden mallets; carpenters & variety of metalworking hammers; Bill poster hammer; Saws: Collection of handsaws – Mortise saws, Back & handsaws; Drilling Tools: Stanley #77 doweling machine w/various size cutters; Wooden & metal braces (several patent dated); Wheelwright’s hollow augers w/brace set; Ayer’s Patent sickle grinder breast drills; breast drills; Ajax adjustable beam boring machine; Auger sets; Simmons combination hand drill brace; “Yankee” & other spiral operated drills; Books: Antique & reproduction tool manufacturer’s catalogs; Tool references & guides; Framed Stanley trade stimulator display w/ moving parts; Primitives: Grocer’s fruit/sugar keg auger; Tool decorated leg vise; Blacksmith signed horseshoes; 2 – Detco Mfg. Co. hand crank hedge trimmers; Printer’s type mitre/cutter; Fish gigs; Owner tool strike punches; Collection of patented adjustable wrenches; Leatherworking tools; Hand Wrought iron locks & hardware; Wooden tool chests; and many other items. Garage Area: starts at 10:00 A.M. - Antique tool parts, user tools & repair projects: Wooden & metal clamps; carpentry tools; Wooden tool chest; Blacksmith tools; etc. Accepted Payments: Cash, PA checks, credit cards and debit cards. No out of state checks without prior approval. 3% Auction House fee will be added to all invoices and will be discounted to 0% when payment is made with cash or approved check.

4 BR 1 Bath 1,467 SF Semi-Detached Row Home with 1st Floor Laundry; Spacious Kitchen Open to Dining & Living Rm.; Gas Hot Air Heat; Electric Hot Water Heater; Public Water/Sewer. OPEN HOUSE: 1 hr. before auction. NOTE: This well-maintained house w/nice backyard would make a great starter home or investment property. House is being sold to settle the estate, come prepared to buy! TERMS: 10% Down; Balance in 45 Days. SEE MORE INFO/PHOTOS: www.heiseyauctions.com Auction For:

Abner L. Lantz Estate Attorney: Anthony Fitzgibbons (717) 279-8313

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SAT., FEB. 5, 2022 SALE AT 2:00 P.M.

Located at 525A W. 28th Division Highway, Lititz (Elizabeth Twp., Lanc. Co.) From Ephrata, take Rt. 322 West through Brickerville to property on right. Real Estate consists of a 3.16 (+/-) acre, mostly wooded, lot. (2 Deeds being sold together.) There is currently a 1983 manufactured home on the lot, which has sustained substantial damage from a tree fall. There are also numerous outbuildings, sheds/garages. On-site well and septic. Shared driveway. This 3+ acre parcel of land could serve as an ideal building lot or investment. Zoned C-Conservation, call Elizabeth Twp. with any zoning questions. This is an estate, and the sellers are motivated to sell. You won’t want to miss this rare opportunity. Showings by appt. only, contact Auctioneer at (717) 371-9603. 10% down day of sale, balance due at settlement. E. Richard Young, Atty. Terms By:

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Deeds Recorded The following were recorded at the Lancaster County Recorder of Deeds office from December 30 to January 5: Akron Borough JMS Partners conveyed property on Fulton Street to Jay M. Stauffer for $1. David Wesley Aigler and Sherri Ann Aigler conveyed property on Orchard Street to Clinton Russell Fryberger and Nicole J. Fryberger for $188,000. Brecknock Township Angelina Lowder and Thomas Lowder conveyed

property on Wheatland Drive to Rachel Elizabeth Adams and Zachary Kress Adams for $282,500. C&M Housing Solutions LLC conveyed property on Olde School Lane to Austin W. Nolt for $287,000. The Dale T. Youndt Estate conveyed property on Chestnut Hill Road to Joyce E. Youndt for $1. The Mary B. Beck Estate conveyed property in Breck­ nock Township to Sheri L. Bair and Douglas R. Beck for $1. Barbara O. Martin conveyed property in Brecknock Town­ship to Briartown Properties LLC for $225,000. The Estate of Jacob P. King and Evelyn H. King con­ veyed property on Redstone

Public Real estate auction 3 Bedroom, 1 Bath Ranch House on .96 Acre 2 Small Outbuildings • Horsebarn • Pasture

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Drive to A & R Properties LLC for $2,400,000. Talon Holdings LLC con­ veyed property in Brecknock Township to David Nath­ aniel Hunter Sr. and Lisa J. Hunter for $109,000. Carrol A. Martin conveyed property on Fivepointville Road to Carrol A. Martin, Justin R. Pokrop, and Justine R. Pokrop for $168,000. Clay Township Henry H. Gibbel and Joan R. Gibbel conveyed property on Kleinfeltersville Road to HKM Holdings LLC for $1. Corey L. Lehman and Holly L. Lehman conveyed prop­ erty on Forry Drive to Ricky L. Thompson for $360,000. Denver Borough Michael E. Grant and Wanda M. Hertzog-Grant conveyed property on Fausnacht Drive to Glen M. Bollinger for $98,500. Alexandra Vasta conveyed property on Monroe Street to Susan L. Wienand for $249,900.

East Cocalico Township Debra S. Beckman conveyed property on Indiandale Road to Briana N. Fultz and Joshua L. Fultz for $355,000. Charles J. Miles conveyed property on Grouse Drive to Charles J. Miles and Sandra L. Miles for $1. Robert J. Hoffman and Stephanie A. Hoffman con­ veyed property on West Church Street to Cherry Place Properties LP for $300,000. Jordan M. Martin and Rachael M. Martin conveyed property on North Reading Road to GDGAB LLC for $189,875. Nicolle V. Freeseman con­ veyed property on Ashwood Lane to Kristin A. DeLuca for $240,000. Jim O. Matos conveyed property on Ashwood Lane to John K. Piascinski and Karen Piascinski for $256,000. East Earl Township Melvin S. Nolt and Mabel



3 BR/1.5 BA RANCHER – GAR. – 1/3 ACRE LOT Directions: From Route 23 (New Holland) turn on Brimmer Ave. That becomes New Holland Rd. to left on Hill Rd. to right on Red Well Rd. to property on right. Property Description: 0.96-acre property, 3-bedroom, 1 bath home with open kitchen, dining & living room area with hardwood & vinyl flooring & large deck to enjoy the back yard & nature. Finished basement with 2 car garage. Small horse barn, garden area, mature trees. Open House Dates: Sat., January 29, 1-3 P.M. & Sat., February 5, 1-3 P.M. For more details or a private showing call Wilmer at 717-333-4881. Annual Property Taxes: $3,200+/Terms: Down payment of $20,000.00 required on the day of the auction. Settlement on or before April 22, 2022. 2% transfer tax to be paid by buyer; Real Estate taxes shall be prorated from settlement day. Attention Realtors: 1% Broker participation offer to Realtors that pre-register their buyers and are the successful high bidder the day of auction. Broker must have their buyers pre-registered 48 hr. prior to auction date. Auctioneer’s Note: This neat ranch home tucked in the beautiful Welsh Mountain on the South Side of New Holland is an amazing opportunity to have. Located in East Earl Twp. & Eastern Lancaster County School District makes this a very desirable property to own. For additional pictures, go to: www.beiler-campbellauctions.com • www.GoToAuction.com or www.auctionzip.com ID#23383

Sellers: Elmer & Rebecca King

Attorney: Kling & Deibler 717-354-7700


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SAT., JAN. 22, 2022 SALE AT 12:00 NOON

Located at 424 S. 9th St., Akron (Akron Boro., Lanc. Co.) From Ephrata, take Rt. 272 South through Akron light. Turn left on Oak St., followed by a right on 9th St. Property will be on right.


Real estate consists of a brick & vinyl-sided, ranch-style dwelling, built in 1954, containing an eat-in kitchen with breakfast bar; a living room; three bedrooms; and a full bath all on the main level, with hardwood floors throughout. There is approx. 1,220 sq. ft. of one floor living space. The full basement contains a large rec room; a half bath; and a utility room with laundry hookup. Oil forced air heat. Central air. Public water & sewer. Situated on a 0.33 (+/-) acre lot, this property also features a semi-detached one car garage as well as off-street parking. There is a spacious covered rear porch and a cute yard. This is a solid dwelling, with cosmetic updates needed throughout. A perfect way to build some ‘sweat equity,’ you won’t want to miss this excellent opportunity! Open House to be held Sat., Jan. 15 from 1-3pm, or by appt., contact Auctioneer at (717) 371-9603. 10% down day of sale, balance due at settlement. D. Hartranft, Atty. Terms By:


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Located at 195 Creek Road, Denver (W. Cocalico Twp., Lanc. Co.) From Denver Boro, take 6th St. North, which becomes Ridge Rd. Turn slight left on Creek Road to property on left.

67 +/- Acres Lancaster Co. Farm 4 BR 1 Bath 2-Story Dwelling 46’x80’ Bank Barn with Additions 30’x62’ Tobacco Shed • Outbuildings • Silos 1981 W. Main St., Ephrata, PA 17522

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Real estate consists of a 2½ story vinyl-sided dwelling, completely remodeled in 2021. This spectacular dwelling consists of a spacious kitchen (with walk-in pantry & all new appliances); a large dining area; living room; full bath; laundry; and an office all on the main level. Upstairs, there are four bedrooms (all with ceiling fans), and the master bedroom contains a full bath and walk-in closet. With approx. 2,000 sq. ft. of living space, there is ample room for a large family! Attic storage above and full basement below. The main level is heated by propane forced air, and the second floor is heated with a heat pump. Both floors contain central air. Well and septic on-site. This home boosts a new roof, siding, soffit & fascia, spouting, windows, doors, 200 amp electric, new furnaces & central air, propane water heater, kitchen & appliances, bathrooms, flooring, paint, and the list goes on! Situated on a 2.33 (+/-) acre lot, this property also features a brand new 24’x24’ detached two-car garage with water & electric and off-street parking. The house is set off by a beautiful wrap-around front porch, and a covered rear porch. Be prepared to move right in, and enjoy this fantastic, rural, property being offered for sale via public auction! You won’t want to miss this excellent opportunity! Open House to be held Sat., Jan. 15 From 1-3PM, or by appt., contact Auctioneer at (717) 371-9603.. 10% down day of sale, balance due at settlement. A. Schimaneck, Atty.

Lancaster INV LLC for $285,000. Brian Norman Rohrbaugh and Dana Rohrbaugh con­ veyed property on Marion Terrace to Brian Norman Rohrbaugh and Dana Rohrbaugh for $1. Grace E. Myers conveyed property on Clover Court to Musser Holdings LLC for $170,000. Ephrata Township Anna Mary Martin and Rufus R. Martin conveyed property in Ephrata Town­ ship to Anna Mary Martin and Rufus R. Martin for $1. Anna Mary Martin and Rufus R. Martin conveyed property on East Trout Run Road to NLR Property LP for $1. Ruth A. Moyer conveyed property on Mountain Road to EKH Properties for $85,000. NLR Property LP conveyed property in Ephrata Town­ ship to NLR Property LP for $1. Heather M. Bond and Nathan A. Bond conveyed property on Glenwood Drive to Heather M. Bond and Nathan A. Bond for $1. Malinda K. Kinsinger and Samuel A. Kinsinger con­ veyed property in Ephrata Township to Heather M. Bond and Nathan A. Bond for $1. Lititz Borough Sandra A. Elliot conveyed property on West Third

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W. Nolt conveyed property on Rancks Church Road to Loren R. Nolt and Elaine Ann Nolt for $265,000. Elizabeth Township John Michael Widder and Sandra Mae Widder con­ veyed property on Mayberry Drive to Christi A. Hetrick and Scott A. Hetrick for $330,000. Integrity First Home Buyers LLC conveyed property in Elizabeth Township to Kaylynn Bower and Travis Houser for $205,000. Norman B. Stoltzfus and Sadie Z. Stoltzfus conveyed property on Blantz Road to Daniel Ray Stoltzfus and Marion Marie Stoltzfus for $160,000. Ephrata Borough The Estate of Robert G. Ober conveyed property on West Sunset Avenue to SDR Property Management LLC for $205,000. Judith A. Zimmerman and Wilbur L. Zimmerman con­ veyed property in Ephrata Borough to JWitmer Prop­ erty LLC for $750,000. Brian Weist and Timothy T. Weist conveyed property in Ephrata Borough to Seven Ventures Realty LLC for $1. Glenn Brightbill Weist and Nancy L. Weist conveyed property in Ephrata Borough to Brian Weist and Timothy T. Weist for $1. Marie Z. Moser and Rodney S. Moser conveyed property on Washington Avenue to

Direc�ons: From Ephrata, Route 322 West to property on right.

Property Descrip�on: 67.1 +/- Acre Lancaster County, Clay Township crop/beef farm. Property has 4 Bedrooms 1 Bath Farmhouse with oil furnace. Covered front & side porches. 16’x24’ garage with overhead door. 30’x62’ tobacco shed, fully scaffolded with dampening cellar & stripping room. 46’x80’ main bank barn with 46’x56’ addi�on. Barn has bunk feeders, troughs & headlocks for ca�le feeding with upper level scaffolded for tobacco. 24’x40’ equipment shed and other outbuildings. 20’x60’ concrete silo and 14’x50’ stave silo, both with unloaders. Farm is preserved by Lancaster Farmland Trust and enrolled in Act 319 Clean & Green. Farm has private well in addi�on to public water and sewer. Terms: Down payment of $100,000.00 required day of auc�on. Se�lement March 31, 2022. Transfer taxes to be paid by buyer. Real Estate taxes shall be prorated. Annual taxes +/- $5,718.00. Auc�oneers Notes: Excellent crop/tobacco/produce farming opportunity with straight, level fields with Hagerstown silt loam soils. Farm has 923’ road frontage along W. Main St. and 1370’ along Durlach Rd. For more pictures, go to: www.beiler-campbellauc�ons.com or www.auc�onzip.com or www.GoToAuc�on.com

Sellers: Adam & Laura Zimmerman 717-733-7634 A�orney: Anthony Schimaneck 717-299-5251


AY# 002026

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Auctioneers: Harold Martin 717-738-4228 AU#019488 Christ Taylor 717-371-1915 AU#005421

Located at 140 Country Drive, Denver, PA 17517 - Fivepointville Area REAL ESTATE: 3-bedroom split level on approx. .28 Acre. Lower level consists of family room, laundry with ½ bath, small basement area and 2-car garage. Middle level consists of living room, upper level consists of dining room and kitchen with laminate floors, 3 bedrooms with wall-to-wall carpet. Full bath with walk-in shower. Rear deck with retractable awning. Other features: central air, forced hot air, Generac generator. Open House: Sunday, January 16th & 23rd, 1-3 pm. COLLECTIBLES/TOYS: Flowered Pitcher and Bowl, Disney Books, Fisher-Price Kids’ Toys, Misc. Collector Dolls, Porcelain Dolls, Avon, Sperry New Holland 85th Anniversary Set Glasses, Sperry New Holland Tie Tack, Terre Hill Ephemera, Terre Hill Plaques, Ford New Holland Anniversary Hamilton Clock, Jug, Crock, 45 Records, Unused 8 Tracks, Misc. Hot Wheels, Matchbox, Mickey Mouse Stuffed Animals, Victory Scooter, Kids’ Bikes, Flying Devil Planes, Racin’ Hoppers, Costumes, Cast Iron Bell (Sperry from Belleville), 2 Cast Iron Dogs (1 Hubley) and more. HOUSEHOLD ITEMS: Looney Tunes Smucker’s Jelly Glasses, Longaberger Baskets, Other Baskets, Pfaltzgraff Misc. Brown Dishes, CorningWare, Visionware, White Agate, Set of Fire King Bowls, Chafing Dish, Nappon Plates, Star Wars, Smurfs, Snoopy, McDonald Glasses, Copeland Plates., Misc. Posters in Frames, Christmas items and more. TOOLS: Misc. Hand Tools, Toolboxes, Ladders, Craftsman 1 HP Air Compressor, Metal Shop Worktable, Simplicity riding tractor mower 12.5HP – 36” Deck, Echo Weedwacker/Trimmer, Wheelbarrow, Murray Mower, Paclan Micro Chain Saw, Self-Propelled Hahn mower, Lawn & Garden Tools, Kerosene Space Heater and more. FURNITURE: China Hutch, Microwave Cart, Washstand, Oak Table with 6 Chairs (2 Captains), Button Tucked Leather Chair, Dry Sink, Child’s Bench, Wrought Iron Plant Stand, Bedroom Set (Headboard, Dresser, Dresser w/Mirror), Wardrobe Organizer. Lane Cedar Chest, Lane Upholstered Chest (Title – Aroma), Heat Surge Amish Heater, Nightstand, Glider Rocker, Child’s Wooden Chair, Oak Child’s Chair, Lamps, Desk Unit, Twin Size bed and 2 Matching Dressers, Bookcases, Upholstered Sofa, Coffee Table, Entertainment Center, End Tables, Coat Rack, Drop Leaf Table, Copper Lined Dry Sink, Upholstered Recliner, Old Blanket Chest, Computer Desk, Metal Shop Desk, Gym Equipment, Folding Chairs, and more. 10% down, day of sale. Balance due at settlement. Settlement on or before March 29, 2022.

Auction For: Formerly Max the Auctioneer Walter A. Sweigart “Max” James L. Fishel Joshua S. Sweigart, POA

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Automotive Avenue to Karen Gallo and Vincent L. Gallo for $360,000. Henry H. Gibbel and Joan R. Gibbel conveyed prop­ erty on East Marion Street to Marion Street LLC for $1. Henry H. Gibbel and Joan R. Gibbel conveyed prop­ erty on East Third Street to HKM Holdings LLC for $1. 562 West Second Inc. con­ veyed property on West Second Avenue to Moravian Manors Inc. for $1. Henry H. Gibbel and Joan R. Gibbel conveyed prop­ erty on Linden Street to Christopher R. Bertrando and Mary Beth Bertrando for $1. Andrew Kemp and Monica Kemp conveyed property on East Lincoln Avenue to Nicholas Kane Cascarino and Molly Catherine Van­ leuvan for $238,000. Henry H. Gibbel, Henry R. Gibbel, Joan R. Gibbel, and Jolyn M. Gibbel conveyed property on Raspberry Lane to Henry R. Gibbel and Jolyn M. Gibbel for $1. Risser Family Limited Part­ nership conveyed property on Spring Avenue to Marissa Cristini and Noah Risser for $205,000. Henry H. Gibbel and Joan R. Gibbel conveyed prop­

erty in Lititz Borough to James A. Wenger and Kathy Jo Wenger for $1. Henry H. Gibbel and Joan R. Gibbel conveyed prop­ erty in Lititz Borough to Henry R. Gibbel and Jolyn M. Gibbel for $1. William J. Merritt conveyed property on East Lincoln Avenue to Jennifer M. Thomas for $200,000. Renovations by Garman LLC conveyed property in Lititz Borough to Patrick A. Lutz and Tracy K. Lutz for $600,000. John D. Showers conveyed property on North Liberty Street to Kimberly A. Martin and William J. Martin for $215,000. New Holland Borough Janet M. Ott conveyed property in New Holland Borough to BML Real Estate LLC for $265,000. Upper Leacock Township JMS Partners conveyed property on Rolling Terrace to Jay M. Stauffer for $1. Cinmic Investments con­ veyed property on New Holland Pike to Little Help Apartments LLC for $110,000. John Robert Karr and Patricia Lou Karr conveyed property on North Maple Avenue to Park Edge

Wise Shoots Her First Buck

Morgan Wise, 15, shot her first deer, a four-point buck in Snyder County on Monday, November 29. She was in her third year of hunting in a tree stand with her father Clint, and cheered on from home by her mother Kristin. The Wises are from Reinholds and enjoy family time outdoors at a camp in Snyder County. Investments LLC for $222,000. Calvin R. Good and Roxanne S. Good conveyed

property on East Main Street to Carlos Rosado and Falicia Rosado for $240,108.

Joanne B. Dziedzic con­ veyed property on South Hershey Avenue to Connor E. Snyder and Michael P. Snyder for $272,500. Warwick Township Dominion Renovations LLC conveyed property on Rothsville Road to Tyler J. Kiebler and Corryn N. Woglemuth for $295,000. JMS Partners conveyed property on Brookfield Road to Jere M. Stauffer for $1. JMS Partners conveyed property on Cardinal Road to Jere M. Stauffer for $1. Henry H. Gibbel and Joan R. Gibbel conveyed prop­ erty in Warwick Township to Christopher R. Bertrando, Mary Beth Bertrando, Henry R. Gibbel, Jolyn M. Gibbel, James A. Wenger, and Kathy Jo Wenger for $1. JMS Partners conveyed property on Laurie Lane to Jeffrey M. Stauffer for $1. JMS Partners conveyed property on Mayfield Drive to Joann M. Mellinger for $1. JMS Partners conveyed property on Pleasant Hill Drive to Joann M. Mellinger for $1. JMS Partners conveyed property on Pleasant Hill Drive to Jeffrey M. Stauffer

for $1. Daniel F. Duda Jr. and Sherry A. Duda conveyed property on Balmer Road to Hazel D. Haggerty and Patrick J. Haggerty for $400,000. West Cocalico Township Jeremy L. Frable and Travis E. Frable conveyed property in West Cocalico Township to Bowman Rental Group LLC for $28,000. Heather R. Martin and Matthew R. Martin con­ veyed property in West Cocalico Township to Brent M. Martin for $300,000. West Earl Township Frank C. Markward con­ veyed property in West Earl Township to Jenna Louise Alexander and Gregory Alan Moeller for $1. Ashley N. Jansen and Matthew L. Jansen con­ veyed property on Circle View Drive to Ashley N. Jansen and Matthew L. Jansen for $1. The Nancy L. Matranga Estate conveyed property on Brian Drive to Margaret M. Stoltzfus and Matthew E. Stoltzfus for $225,000. Beverly A. Rutt and Larry E. Rutt conveyed property in West Earl Township to Charity E. Rutt and Lane A. Rutt for $1,000,000.


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