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Around Town Also see our complete calendar of events in The Bulletin Board, in this section!

Look in this week’s Things To Do section beginning on page 14A for more events, including: • Schoeneck Fire Company Gospel Bluegrass Singing • St. Paul’s E.C. Church Chicken Pot Pie Supper • Akron Fire Company Meat Bingo • Fivepointville Fire Company All You Can Eat Breakfast Buffet

WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7 St. Paul’s Lutheran Church, 80 East Main Street, Adamstown, will host a mid-week Lenten service at 7:00 p.m. with Pastor Joe Veres.

THURSDAY, MARCH 8 A Free Community Meal will be held at Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, 167 East Main Street, Ephrata. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. Serving at 6:00 p.m. Everyone is welcome. For more information, call 717-7336646.

Shopping News Photo by Donald Reese In January, the Jr. Friends of the Ephrata Public Library raised $1,350 with “Escape the Library…What Happens Next,” an escape room created and planned by members of the Jr. Friends over the course of a year. Participants of the escape room were locked in the library and, in order to escape, needed to search for clues and solve a series of library-themed puzzles. “Escape the Library…What Happens Next” was the Jr. Friends’ most successful fundraiser to date. With a portion of the money raised, the Jr. Friends are purchasing a new scanner for the library’s check-in desk and a Nintendo Switch for teen programming at the library. The Jr. Friends are a group of tweens and teens who advocate and raise money for the Ephrata Public Library. Past fundraisers held include car washes and a food stand at the library’s summer reading carnival. Shown in the photo, from left to right, are (kneeling) Adam Smith, Derek Murphy; (back) Abby Balmer, Laura Brandt, Elizabeth Gormley, Habib Mohamed, Garrett Koleda and Susan Martin (Library Representative).

“Random Acts Of Kindness” 100th Day Project

Shopping News Photo by Donald Reese Fulton Elementary School students and staff recently showed support to Ephrata Area Social Services by participating in two activities - “Random Acts of Kindness” and “100th Day of School” celebration. Second graders set a goal of collecting 100 coins for the 100th day. They were successful in achieving this goal by reaching a total of $217! In addition, the school collected various items that were presented to Ephrata Area Social Services throughout the Random Acts of Kindness week. This week also included daily kindness challenges as well as special theme days. Thanks to everyone who donated items and contributed to the success of these projects.

SATURDAY, MARCH 10 The Reamstown Fire Company Ladies Auxiliary will hold a Craft Show, from 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Vegetable soup, chicken noodle soup and hamburger BBQ will be available. For advanced orders, call Shirley at 717-336-4172. For stand information, call Cheryl at 717-336-3363.

SUNDAY, MARCH 11 Cedar Lane Chapel, 1401 Springville Road, East Earl, will host a family movie night showing “Wonder” at 6:30 p.m. Refreshments will be available. Everyone is welcome. For more information, call Ilene at 717656-6618.


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Shopping News Photo by Donald Reese Students of the Month for December were selected at Cocalico High School. They are, from left to right, Daniel Main, Bradley Heck and Evelyn Cable.




Book Discussion Series

Together at Lititz United Methodist Church for the 2017-2018 book discussion series. This series will help you stretch your faith and Join and explore the world beliefs in a safe discussion through book discussion environ­ment. On Thursdays, starting group, Exploring, Growing,


March 8 through the end of the month, Certified Lay Minister, Linda Van Til will lead discussions on the novel “The Shack.” The movie will be shown, along with handouts for discussion each week. Additional reading, if chosen can include “Finding God in the Shack” by Roger E. Olson, “People of the Lie” by M. Scott Peck and “When Bad Things Happen

to Good People” by Harold Kushner. The group will meet from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. each week on the lower level of Lititz United Methodist Church, 201 East Market Street in Lititz. Use lower level parking lot entrance to the building. Just a winter reminder: if Warwick School District is canceled, they do not meet that day. If the school has a delay, the group leader will determine if they meet that day.


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Obituaries Jannette “Jan” Mac­ Kenzie Bergeron, 95, wife of Clifford M. Bergeron, Lititz, died Friday, February 16. Besides her husband, she is survived by three daughters: Patricia Dupuis, wife of Donald; Lorraine Bergeron; and Carolyn Bergeron; and four grand­ children. George Arthur Moody, II, 70, Reamstown, died Saturday, February 17. He is survived by two sons: George A. Moody III, Florida, and Eric Moody, husband of Nicole, Lititz; four grandchildren; and two sisters: Ina Peters, Kansas, and Jane Blickhan, Cali­ fornia. Lovey Ann Kapuanani Nobriga Rabut, Ephrata, formerly of Honolulu, Hawaii, died Saturday, Feb­ ruary 17.

She is survived by her mother, Ku’ulei Enos Nobriga; two sons: Kekoa, husband of Wendy Nobriga, and Keli’i, husband of Colleen Rubio; a daughter, Loveal Kanani, wife of Aaron Berry; five grand­ children; four brothers: Eugene, husband of Dor­ eena; Kyle, husband of Badie; Curtis, husband of Debra; and Miles, husband of Karen Nobriga; and a sister, Melody Nobriga. Larry T. Wise, 71, Colonial Lodge, Denver, died Saturday, February 17. He is survived by two sons: Douglas and Kenneth Wise; a daughter, Carmen, wife of Scott Weibel, Silver Spring; two grandchildren; and two brothers: Raymond and Scott Wise. Timothy Lee Beck, 56, Leola, died Monday, Feb­ ruary 19.

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He is survived by his mother, Sylvia D. Thomas; his father, Barry J., husband of Peggy Beck; a son, Chance D. Beck; two sisters: Taunja L. Beck, and Tamara D., wife of Dennis Calabrese; and his son’s mother, Jennifer Lynn. Carolyn A. (Smith) Sladecek, 67, Leola, died Monday, February 19. She was the wife of the late George R. Sladecek. She is survived by a son, Paul Sladecek, husband of Sara, Palm Bay, Florida; two daughters: Cynthia Flana­ gan, wife of Edward, Mendham, New Jersey, and Kelly Sladecek, Willow Street; four grandchildren; and a brother, Andrew B. Smith, husband of Deborah. Joan T. Cabry, 83, wife of Michael J. Cabry, Landis Homes, Lititz, died Wed­ nesday, February 21. Besides her husband, she is survived by three sons: Michael Cabry, husband of Tina, Atglen; Sean Cabry,

Lancaster; and Dennis Cabry, husband of Kim, York; four daughters: Mary Anne Murtha, wife of Michael, Enola; Maureen Baer, Lancaster; Patricia Holley, wife of Kevin, New Holland; and Colleen Cabry, Lancaster; 17 grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; a brother, James Timmins, Norristown, New Jersey; and a sister, Mary Reice, Yardley. T. Bennett Dickerson, 91, husband of Doris (Harvey) Dickerson, Landis Homes, Lititz, died Thursday, Febru­ ary 22. Besides his wife, he is survived by three daughters: Judith Dickerson, wife of Steven Harder, MD, Mountain Lake, Minnesota; Marcia Lynn Dickerson, West Chester; and Deborah Dickerson Sanders, Thai­ land; and five grandchildren. Joanne E. Lausch, 83, wife of Gary Dillman Lausch, Lititz, died Thurs­ day, February 22.

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rata, died Friday, February 23. Donald David Dubbs, 86, husband of Emma Louise (Roeder) Dubbs, Ephrata, died Saturday, February 24. Besides his wife, he is survived by two sons: David D., husband of Susan (Neidlinger) Dubbs, Eph­ rata, and Daniel D., husband of Molly (Kelly) Dubbs, Schuylkill Haven; four grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren. Grace M. Sauder, 88, wife of Eugene H. Sauder, Ephrata, died Saturday, February 24. Besides her husband, she is survived by three sons: Jay, husband of Cindy (Neff) Sauder, New Holland; Glenn, husband of Brenda (Continued On Page 6A)

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The following listing is for the Cocalico and Lititz Senior Centers. Activities will be listed according to each Center. Menus are the same at each location. *Note: The Cocalico Senior Center closed on Friday, December 29 (temporarily) and people will be transferred to the Lititz Senior Center. More information regarding this closure will be provided as soon as more information is obtained. Lititz Senior Center The Lancaster County Office of Aging, Lititz Senior Citizens Center, Lititz United Methodist Church, Lititz, is open Wednesday, Thursday and Monday, from 8:30 a.m. until 1:00 p.m., with Coffee and Chat Time at 9:00 a.m. and Lunch served at noon. The Center serves Lan-

caster County residents of Ephrata, Rothsville, Akron, Neffsville and Lititz areas. Ephrata is also served by van service. Reservations for lunch and transportation need to be made by 11:00 a.m., one day in advance by calling the Center at 717626-2800. Daily Activities Include: Wednesday, March 7: 9:15 a.m., Healthy Steps in Motion; 10:00 a.m., Trivia with Bob; March Birthday Cake; 12:00 Noon, Lunch. Thursday, March 8: 9:15 a.m., Stretching with Kathy; 10:00 a.m., Geri-Fit Exercise; 10:15 a.m., Music and Dancing with Ron; 12:00 Noon, Lunch. Monday, March 12: 8:30 a.m., Wii Bowling League; 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m., Let’s Click Tech Solutions; 10:00 a.m., Geri-Fit Exercise; 11:00 a.m., Bible Study with Sandy; 12:00 Noon, Lunch. Senior Center Menu Wednesday, March 7: Chicken Philly sandwich




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Mr. and Mrs. Brian Rasmus, Ephrata, announce the engagement of their daughter, Miss Janessa Lauren Rasmus, Ephrata, to Mr. Kevin Shainline, Boyertown, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Shainline, Boyertown. The bride-elect is a graduate of Alvernia University. She is employed by Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia as a NICU nurse. Mr. Shainline is a 2012 graduate of Alvernia University with a B.S. in Nursing. He is employed by Accenture (consultant), New Jersey. A November 10, 2018 wedding is being planned.

St. Paul’s Evangelical Congregational Church, Rothsville, is hosting a series that looks at some of the deepest cultural challenges from the perspective of the cross of Christ. The season of Lent is one of repentance - changing people’s minds about the way they see themselves and the world around them. Dr. Kenneth Miller will be leading the series. Each session will be held at 7:00 p.m. in the church sanctuary. They will be preceded by a simple soup and bread supper beginning at 6:15 p.m. Everyone is welcome to attend. The topics for the successive Wednesday evenings are as follows: • Wednesday, March 7 ­ Naked and Afraid: Our Vulnerability • Wednesday, March 14 ­ Taming the Fear Monster • Wednesday, March 21 ­ Speaking Openly and Constructively • Wednesday, March 28 ­ “What Is Truth?” St. Paul’s E.C. Church is located at 2120 Main Street, Rothsville. For more information, please call 717626-4657 or email



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Lititz Public Library Programs

The following programs are happening at the Lititz Public Library, 651 Kissel Hill Road, Lititz, in March. Register for any of the following programs by calling 717-626-2255 or emailing register@lititz • Astronomy Enthusiasts of Lancaster County Wednesday, March 7, 6:30 p.m. All are welcome to meet and learn with the Astronomy Enthusiasts of Lancaster County. Find out what to look for in the monthly sky and more! • Lancaster Civil War Roundtable: Mr. Lincoln Goes to Gettysburg: The Crossroads of History and Hollywood - Thursday, March 8, 7:00 p.m. Mr. David Ward will give a narrative of Lincoln’s visit to Gettysburg in November 1863 for the dedication of the National Soldier’s Cemetery and site of his famous Gettysburg Address. He will then share his experience as tour guide to Stephen Spielberg and Daniel Day Lewis in 2011 during their work on the movie “Lincoln.” • Lititz Historical Found­ ation: Show and Tell Program - Saturday, March 10, 1:30 p.m. Every item has a unique story. For the March

program, the library will have a “Show and Tell” program where guests are invited to bring in their curious or interesting local items and then tell the story behind them. Guests are also encouraged to bring in Lancaster County memorabilia they wish to obtain more information on. • Chocolate Peanut Butter Easter Eggs Class - Tuesday, March 13, 6:30 p.m. Learn how to make delicious chocolate peanut butter Easter Eggs from scratch! Class is limited to 15! • Scrabble Meet­Ups ­ Monday, March 12, 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. and Tuesday, March 27, 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. BYOB (Bring Your Own Board) and meet up with others for casual games of Scrabble on the first Monday and fourth Tuesday of the month. • History Book Club ­ Tuesday, March 13, 6:30 p.m. The History Book Club will be reading: “Churchill and Orwell” by Thomas Ricks. • Great Decisions Dis­ cussion Group: Russia’s Foreign Policy - Wednesday, March 14, 6:30 p.m. If you have an interest in foreign affairs, join the library for this moderated, non-partisan discussion group. No special knowledge is required for this informal discussion forum, just an inquiring mind. Note: topic may be different if current events

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My Journey as an Artist. Children/Families • Paws to ­ Saturday, March 10 and March 24, 10:00 a.m., 10:30 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. The Reading Education Assistance Dogs (READ) love to have kids read to them and be petted! Bring a favorite story or pick a book to read to them. Sign up for a halfhour slot. It’s a great way to encourage early readers. • Family – Milk & Cookies - Saturday, March 17 at 10:00 a.m. Children of all ages are invited to come enjoy this cookie-themed Family Storytime. Registration will begin Saturday, March 3. Please call the library at 717626-2255 to pre-register no more than two weeks in advance. • Cruise into Kindergarten - Monday, March 26, 6:30 p.m. This Pennsylvania early literacy program is based on the national “Every Child Ready to Read” program. After hearing a story, the child and caregiver will visit different stations that will help with skills needed to start school. They will make learning fun! Program will be held monthly. Geared for ages three to six.

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Obituaries (Continued From Page 3A)

(Auker) Sauder, New Holland; and Robert, hus­ band of Joyce (Martin) Sauder, East Earl; a daughter, Donna, wife of James Mast, Mt. Pleasant Mills; 18 grandchildren; 40 greatgrandchildren; and two sisters: Elizabeth, wife of Melvin Diffenderfer, Leola, and Frances, wife of Clyde Martin, Ephrata. She was preceded in death by a daughter, Joan Martin, and a grandchild. Craig D. Sensenig, 35, Leola, died Saturday, Feb­ ruary 24. He is survived by his parents, Howard Lamar and Judy Sensenig Sensenig, Leola; two brothers: Daryll, Leola, and Neal, Ephrata; and a sister, Melissa, wife of Jeff Wienand, Leola. Michael A. Smith, 57, The Gardens at Stevens, formerly of Ephrata, died Saturday, February 24. He is survived by a son, Orion Hertzog, husband of Marjorie, Myerstown; two daughters: Ami Wolf, Eph­ rata, and Amanda Oumariou,

Reimold Competes In ParaLong Drive Contest On Wednesday, March 7 and Thursday, March 8, local Lancaster County resident Shawn Reimold will be competing in the ParaLong Drive Contest in Mesquite, Nevada, along with other competitors from across the nation and abroad. Shawn is employed by Martin Appliance, New Providence, and is a right arm amputee that is competing in his second long drive contest. Shawn has been golfing for over 15 years; however, it was only in the last three years that he discovered amputee golf and disabled golf. Over the last few years he has formed many new friendships as well as being able to relate to those with similar injuries. Also he found that the players in these events can easily compete with their ablebodied counterparts.

Dean Jarvis is the founder of the ParaLong Drive National Event. The ParaLong Drive Cup is a long drive championship that enables athletes with illnesses, injuries and challenges

to engage in competition and camaraderie with their peers. “Dean’s organization kind of bridges the gap among the adaptive golf organizations,” said Kenny Green, Executive Director

Ephrata; four grandchildren; four brothers: Charles Smith, Columbia; William Meash­ ey, husband of Peggy, Car­ lisle; Ralph Smith, Waymart; and Jeff Smith, Lititz; and two sisters: Mary Jane Swei­ gart, wife of Jeff, Port

Allegheny, and Pearl Mead, Schaefferstown. Arvilla K. Enck, 91, Mor­ avian Manor, formerly of Ephrata, died Monday, Feb­ ruary 26. She was the wife of the

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Community Health Screen Program The East Cocalico Lions Club will be sponsoring a community Health Screen on Saturday, March 10. Health Screen is a preventive health program that can determine if you have current or potential health problems. The Health Screen will be held at Reamstown Ele­ mentary School, South

Reamstown Road, Reams­ town, from 7:00 a.m. to 9:30 a.m. There is a cost. Optional tests (TSH, PSA and Vitamin D) can be added to the Health Screen for an additional cost. Payment may be made by cash, check or money order at the time of service. Pricing is good on the day of the event only. A Health Screen consists of blood tests and a selfscoring health lifestyle evaluation; the compre­ hensive blood testing includes: complete blood count (CBC), HDL (good cholesterol), LDL (bad cholesterol), Diabetes, Liver

Disease, Kidney Disease, Gout/Anemia and Health Lifestyle Evaluation. You will receive a copy of your blood test results, which will be mailed to your home address. The Health Screen gives you the results you need to make positive lifestyle changes. Remember, 80% of all diseases are preventable if diagnosed in the early stages. To take advantage of the Health Screen on Saturday, March 10, call 1-800-7766342, Monday through Friday, from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. to pre-register.

Cloister Celebrates Charter Day

Celebrate the founding of Pennsylvania with free admission to Historic Eph­ rata Cloister on Charter Day, Sunday, March 11 from 12:00 noon to 5:00 p.m. Discover the place where Ephrata began as volunteers welcome visitors to explore the museum’s nine original buildings. Discover the stories of the accomplish­ ments and challenges faced by the community’s original residents. Special perform­

ances by the Ephrata Cloister Chorus at 2:00 p.m., 3:00 p.m. and 4:00 p.m. will bring the community’s original music to life. Seating is limited for the concerts in the Saal (Meetinghouse) built in 1741. The celibate community of men and women who established Historic Ephrata Cloister in 1732 became known for their impressive artwork, self-composed hymns and the outstanding architecture, which survives. During the Revolutionary War, the community served as a military hospital for wounded American soldiers.

Since 1941 the site has been preserved by the Common­ wealth of Pennsylvania as a testament to William Penn’s policy of religious toleration.

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The Center Church Union Cemetery, Route 625, East Earl, will be cleaned on Sunday, Mach 18. Please remove any decorations you wish to keep. Spring and Easter decorations may be put on graves after Sunday, March 18.

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Lions Student Of The Month Show

Show and Tell Session. Every item has a unique story. So on Saturday, March 10, they will talk about them! For the March program, the historical foundation will have a “Show and Tell” program where guests are invited to bring in their curious or interesting local items and then tell the story

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Each month, the East Cocalico Lions Club honors a Cocalico High School student for their achievements and for being one of the High School’s and the community’s finest. Each student is presented with a certificate and a monetary gift. Recently, at a club meeting that he and his parents attended, Bryce Templin was honored as the Club’s Student of the Month by the members of the East Cocalico Lions Club. At Cocalico, Bryce participates in Soccer, Volleyball, Choralaires and was involved in many High School Musicals. He is also a leader

of Aevidum, a suicide awareness program at the high school. Honors include being awarded for excellence in Soccer and being recognized as an English Student of the Month. In his spare time, he teaches threeto five­year­olds at his church, does fundraising for families in need and participates in a 30 hour Famine. He also enjoys hunting, fishing and participates on a Club Volleyball team. A highlight of his past summer was going to Haiti as part of a mission trip. His future plans include attending Thaddeus Stevens College of Technology for Residential Remodeling.

behind them. Guests are also encouraged to bring in Lancaster County memorabilia they wish to obtain more information on. The program is free and open to the public. Please contact the library at 717-626-2255 for more information.

Shown in the photo is Lion Chuck Blattenberger congratulating Bryce and his parents. Awarding a Student of the Month is just one of many ways in which the East Cocalico Lions serve the youth of their community. The members of the East Cocalico Lions Club congratulate Bryce on this and all his achievements and wish him the best of luck in the future. If you are interested in finding out more about the East Cocalico Lions or would like to join and help them “Serve” the community, please call 717336-5311.

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Registration is now open for this year’s 10-Pound Throwdown weight loss challenge, now back for a sixth year. Coming off a record-smashing year that saw more than 6,200 participants lose more than 14,300 pounds, the challenge is back to encourage area adults to make small steps toward big changes in their health. The 10-Pound Throwdown

is a free, 10-week online challenge for adults across southcentral Pennsylvania who are interested in incorporating healthy habits such as healthy eating and physical activity into their routines. The challenge is designed to help individual participants and teams of families, friends or coworkers lose weight or maintain a healthy weight. WellSpan Health began the initiative in 2013 in response to a Community Health Needs Assessment, which indicated that high percentages of York and Adams county residents were overweight or obese.

WellSpan has since expanded the 10-Pound Throwdown to a regional challenge with new and interactive features for participants. Now in its sixth year, the 10-Pound Throwdown offers participants online access to weekly healthy living tips, tracking tools, progress charts and a list of local community resources. Team captains also have access to a variety of online tips and tools for keeping team members engaged. This year, the challenge will feature new mystery bonus badges for participants.


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The mystery badges will supplement existing weekly mini-challenges where participants can earn a virtual badge for reaching weekly health goals. Each week, a new goal will be shared that will encourage participants to adopt new healthy living habits. “We are proud of this new addition to the 10-Pound Throwdown,” said Stephanie Voight, chair of the 10-Pound Throwdown Committee and supervisor of community health development and evaluation for WellSpan. “The new bonus badges are a direct result of participant feedback. People want to track their progress, and we believe this new feature

will engage this year’s participants not only to safely shed a few pounds, but also focus on their overall health and wellbeing.” The 10-Pound Throwdown challenge officially begins Monday, March 12. Registration remains open through the end of the challenge. New participants can join at any time. Weekly and grand prizes are available for those who participate for seven or more weeks of the challenge. The team and employer with the largest percent weight loss also receive a prize. For more information and to register, visit www.10poundthrowdown. com.


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Adamstown Library Events The Adamstown Area Library, 3000 North Reading Road, Adamstown, will hold the following events in March. For more information or to register for any of the events, call the library at 717-484-4200. • The library processes passport applications and takes photos by appointment only. Please call 717-4844200. • Preschool Storytime every Tuesday and Wed­ nesday at 10:00 a.m. Stories and an easy craft for ages two to six with adult caregiver. Please register.

• Reader’s Choice Children’s Book Club – First and third Tuesdays, March 6 and 20 from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Join the library on a discovery of “Super Series.” Tuesday, March 6: Who Was; Tuesday, March 20: Pee Wee Scouts. Please register. • Technology Night Wednesday, March 7 at 6:30 p.m. This monthly program will be dedicated to helping patrons cope with the everchanging world of com­ puters, mobile devices, and technology. Each Tech­ nology Night will be divided into two parts. Registration is required. • Lapsit Program - every Thursday at 10:00 a.m. Simple stories, rhymes, songs and fingerplays for

babies up to age two with parent or other adult caregiver. Please register. • Toddler Storytime – every Thursday at 10:30 a.m. Stories, songs and fingerplays, followed by an easy craft. For two and three-year-olds with parent or other adult caregiver. Please register. • Genealogy Interest Group – Thursday, March 8 at 6:30 p.m. The group will be led by genealogy researcher Ken McCrea. For older students and adults. Registration is required. • Free College Financial Planning Workshop – Mon­ day, March 12 from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Will cover the process all colleges use to decide on financial aid amounts awarded to a


themed craft. Please register. • Bedtime Stories – Wednesday, March 14 at 6:30 p.m. Enjoy stories, a craft and snack. Don’t forget to wear your pajamas! Please register. • Library Board Of Trustees Meeting – Wed­ nesday, March 14 at 6:30 p.m. • Walk-In Craft – Children may stop in at the library any time between 9:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. on Friday, March 16 to make and take home a seasonal craft. No regis­ tration needed. • Mandalas with Wendy Christie – Saturday, March 17 from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. Come rest and relax: enjoy a stress-free afternoon coloring and learning about Mandalas. Discover the benefits of concentration, focus and coloring, as you color your stress away with paint and markers. The program will last approximately two hours. All materials provided. For teens and adults. Registration is required. • Friends Longaberger Basket Bingo at the Reams­ town Fire Company – Sunday, March 18. Doors open at 12:30 p.m. Advance



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compelling time and place. For teens and adults. Please register. • MakeIT AAL: “Straw Rockets” - Saturday, March 24 from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon. Soar to new heights! Have you ever considered making a rocket but don’t know where to start? Come learn how to make a rocket and take it with you! You will leave understanding what makes a rocket go the highest and be able to teach others. For elementary and middle grade students. Registration is required. • The Tax Cuts And Jobs Act For Individuals Thursday, March 29 at 6:30 p.m. CPA Jack W. Long will provide an overview of the tax changes for individuals for 2018 under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act. Registration is required. The library will be closed on Good Friday, March 30.

A new Italian restaurant recently opened in Reinholds. Located at 118 East Main Street, Giovanni’s Italian Restaurant is led by husband-and-wife team Giovanni and Maria DiStefano. The restaurant opened its doors on Thursday, December 28, and without any other prompting, customers have been coming in and are already giving them steady business. The DiStefanos make their food from scratch. At Giovanni’s you will find meals prepared with fresh ingredients, including homemade sauces and dough. With his roots in Carini, Italy, Giovanni DiStefano moved to the United States at the age of 21. He eventually was able to fulfill his lifelong dream of owning a restaurant.

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WED., MAR. 7 - WED., MAR. 28 - St. Paul’s U.C.C., 133 Church Street, Bow­ mansville, will hold their annual Lenten Breakfasts every Wednesday, from 5:30 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. Freewill donation. For more info., call 717-445-6256. WED., MAR. 7 - The Welsh Mountain Home, 567 Springville Road, New Holland, will host a gospel concert featuring the Roland Zimmerman Family at 6:00 p.m. For more info., call 717-354-6804. WED., MAR. 7 - St. Paul’s Lutheran Church, 80 East Main Street, Adams­ town, will host a mid-week Lenten service at 7:00 p.m. with Pastor Joe Veres. WED., MAR. 7 - Lititz Church of the Brethren will hold a ten-week class for widows, led by Belinda

Hess, from 12:00 noon to 1:30 p.m. There is no cost for these sessions. For more info. or to pre-register, call Belinda at 717-626-4276, 717-606-8121 or email THURS., MAR. 8 - The Low Vision Support Group at Garden Spot Village will meet at 3:00 p.m. in the Gardens Towers at Garden Spot Village, 433 South Kinzer Ave., New Holland. The program is free and open to the public. For more info., call Mary Beth Villafane at 717-355-6010. THURS., MAR. 8 - A Free Community Meal will be held at Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, 167 East Main Street, Ephrata. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. Serving at 6:00 p.m. Everyone is welcome. For more info., call 717-733-6646. SAT., MAR. 10 - Delaware Valley Golden Retriever Rescue will hold its monthly “Meet and Greet the Goldens” from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon at its Golden Gateway facility, 60 Vera Cruz Road, Reinholds. No admission charge. For more info., call 717-484-4799. SAT., MAR. 10 - Five­

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pointville Fire Company, 1087 Dry Tavern Road, Denver, will hold an All You Can Eat Breakfast Buffet, from 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. There is a cost. SAT., MAR. 10 - St. Paul’s E.C. Church, 46 East Church Street, Reamstown, will serve a Chicken Pot Pie Supper, from 3:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. There is a cost. Eat in or take out. SAT., MAR. 10 - A Fundraising Banquet will be held at Yoder’s Restaurant, 14 South Tower Road, New Holland, featuring Cantore. Doors open at 4:30 p.m. Dinner served at 5:30 p.m. Reservations required. For more info. or reservations, call Jane at 717-656-8530 or Diane at 717-949-3709. Offerings will benefit PA Relief Sale/Mennonite Cen­ tral Committee. SAT., MAR. 10 - The Reamstown Fire Company Ladies Auxiliary will hold a Craft Show, from 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Vegetable soup, chicken noodle soup and hamburger BBQ will be available. For advanced orders, call Shirley at 717336-4172. For stand information, call Cheryl at 717-336-3363. SAT., MAR. 10 - Schoe­ neck Fire Company, 125 North King Street, Denver, will hold their 1st Annual Gospel Bluegrass Singing. Doors open at 5:00 p.m. Music from 6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. There is a cost. Refreshments will be available for purchase. Proceeds benefit the fire

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company. For more info., call 717-271-6382. SUN., MAR. 11 - Cedar Lane Chapel, 1401 Spring­ ville Road, East Earl, will host a family movie night showing “Wonder” at 6:30 p.m. Refreshments will be available. Everyone is welcome. For more info., call Ilene at 717-656-6618. SUN., MAR. 11 - The Akron Fire Company Ladies Auxiliary will host a Meat Bingo at 1229 Main Street, Akron. Doors open at 11:30 a.m. Bingo starts at 1:00 p.m. There is a cost. For more info., call Sara Leisey at 717-330-8317. SUN., MAR. 11 - The Jack Frost Jubilee Fun Show Series will be held at the Crescendo Training Centre, LLC, 288 South Fairmount Road, Ephrata, at 9:00 a.m. Admission is free to spectators. Rain or shine. For more info., call Kriss Phelps at 717-475-3047 or 717-354-5585. MON., MAR. 12 - The Alzheimer’s Association and Garden Spot Village co-


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sponsor a Caregiver’s Support Group will meet from 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. in the Concord Room at Garden Spot Village, 433 South Kinzer Ave., New Holland. For more info., call Joanne Morton at 717-3556076. TUES., MAR. 13 - Red Rose Quilters Guild will meet at Calvary Church, 1051 Landis Valley Road, Lancaster, at 7:00 p.m. There is a cost for visitors. TUES., MAR. 13 - The Ephrata Area Young Farmers will be sponsoring a pesti­ cide update training meeting at the Ephrata Area High School Cafeteria, 803 Oak Blvd., Ephrata, from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Open to the public. If the Ephrata School District closes school or school is dismissed early due to inclement weather, meeting is cancelled. WED., MAR. 14 - Faith United Lutheran Church, 357 Walnut Street, Denver, will host a mid-week Lenten service at 7:00 p.m. with Pastor Dennis Trout. WED., MAR. 14 Weaverland Anabaptist Faith Community Church, 210 Weaverland Valley Road, East Earl, will hold a Community Meal at 5:30 p.m. in the fellowship hall. Registration is not required. Meals are for dine-in only. THURS., MAR. 15 - A Free Community Meal will be held at Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, 167 East Main Street, Ephrata. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. Serving at 6:00 p.m. Everyone is welcome. For more info., call 717-733-6646. THURS., MAR. 15 - A Ladies Auxiliary Hosts



Meeting for Widows will be held at Udder Choice, 1812 West Main Street, Ephrata. Eat at 6:00 p.m. with meeting to follow. All widows welcome. If it snows, meeting is cancelled. FRI., MAR. 16 - The Lititz Legion Riders from Post 56 will be hosting a St. Patty’s Dance at the Lititz American Legion, 109 North Broad Street, Lititz, from 7:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. There is a cost for tickets. Call 717-572-5979 for more info. SAT., MAR. 17 - The Reamstown Fire Hall will host a Bingo Event to benefit the Mother’s Day Make-AWish Convoy. Doors open at 5:00 p.m. Games start at 6:00 p.m. There is a cost. For tickets, call 717-490-0491. SAT., MAR. 17 - The Lititz Public Library, 651 Kissel Hill Road, Lititz, will host Family Storytime at 10:00 a.m. Enjoy cookie themed books, songs and crafts. For more info. or to pre-register, call 717-6262255. SAT., MAR. 17 - A Ham and Cheese Sandwich Fundraiser, held jointly with a local Youth for Truth group, is underway at Fairmount Homes Retire­ ment Community in Ephrata. There is a cost. Place an order by calling 717-3541800. Pickup on Saturday, March 17, from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Deadline to order is Thursday, March 1. SAT., MAR. 17 - Stevens Fire Company, 91 Stevens

Trip to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day at Fells Point, Maryland. Leave Ephrata Walmart parking lot at 12:00 noon. Haunted Pub Crawl begins at 6:30 p.m. Depart Fells Point at 9:30 p.m. There is a cost. For more info., call

Sat., March 10

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From 8:00 AM to 1:00 PM

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Ladies Auxiliary VEGETABLE SOUP & CHICKEN NOODLE SOUP AVAILABLE Hamburger BBQ For advanced orders, call Shirley at 717-336-4172. For stand information, call Cheryl at 717-336-3363.


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Saturday, March 10th

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St. Paul's E.C. Church 46 E. Church St., Reamstown Chicken Pot Pie Supper

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Sharon Groff at 717-3542656. SAT., MAR. 17 - The Schoeneck Fire Company, 125 North King Street, Denver, will hold a Breakfast, from 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. For more info., call 717-336-6767. SAT., MAR. 17 - Caer­ narvon Fire Company, Churchtown, will host a Spring Turkey Supper, from 1:00 p.m. to ? There is a cost. Turkey with all the trimmings served family style. SAT., MAR. 17 - Smokes­ town Fire Company, 860 Smokestown Road, Denver, will hold a Haus and Pinochle Card Party at 7:00 p.m. For more info., call 717-336-2687. SUN., MAR. 18 - Laurel

Dance Company will be holding a “Meet and Greet” at its studio, 514 East Main Street, Ephrata, from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m., to introduce its new Musical Expressions Classes for individuals with Autism. For more info., call 717-4665800. WED., MAR. 21 Mellingers Lutheran Church, 80 Gockley Road, Stevens, will host a mid-week Lenten service at 7:00 p.m. with Vicar Mark Fisher.

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• Weiser’s Market BOWMANSVILLE

• Horst Outdoor Power & Equip. • King’s Snack Food • Ranck’s Family Restaurant BRICKERVILLE

• The Pretzel Hut BROWNSTOWN

• Daniel’s Farm Store • Dutch Lanes DENVER/ ADAMSTOWN

• Royer Pharmacy, Sharp Ave. • Sharp Shopper • Turkey Hill (4 Hahnstown Road) • Turkey Hill (903 S. State Street) • Turkey Hill (1010 Sharp Avenue) • Turkey Hill (3585 Rothsville Road) • Wawa • Weis Markets FIVEPOINTVILLE

• Weaver’s Store LEOLA

• A Step In Time Antique • Giant Center • Weaver’s Hardware • Deer Country LITITZ • Fulton Bank (Denver) • Bomberger’s Store • Red Roof Inn • Giant • Turkey Hill (300 Main Street) • Lititz Family Cupboard • Turkey Hill • Oregon Dairy Restaurant (2501 N . Reading Rd.) • PaulB • Weaver Markets (Adamstown & Blainsport) • Weiser’s Market EAST EARL

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• Eby’s Store MORGANTOWN

• Turkey Hill MYERSTOWN

• Dutch-Way



• Elm Post Office

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• Ebenezer Groceries • Ephrata Area Chamber of Commerce • Friendly Mini Mart • Glenwood Foods • Good’s Store • Green Dragon • Gus’s Keystone Family Restaurant • Key Aid/Ace Hardware • Martins’ Country Market • Next Door Food Store • Redner’s Warehouse Markets

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• Redner’s Quick Shoppe REINHOLDS



• BB’s Grocery Outlet • Dutch-Way • Good’s Store

16A - Wednesday, March 7, 2018 - Say You Saw It In “The Shopping News”

Births ALEXANDER, Jenna, and Gregory Moeller, Leola, a daughter, at Women & Babies Hospital. ALLGYER, Steven E. and Ada, Narvon, a son, at Women & Babies Hospital. BARTLES, Samantha, and Stuart Shank, Lititz, a daughter, at UPMC Pinnacle Lititz. BAWELL, Jenifer, and James L. McCarraher Jr., Ephrata, a daughter, at Women & Babies Hospital. GOOD, John L. and Rachelle (Meck), Reinholds, a son, at WellSpan Ephrata Community Hospital. GUARDADO, Jesus



Humberto and Lourdes M. Mazariegos, Leola, a son, at Women & Babies Hospital. HASKINS, Alexander S. and Hillary, Lititz, a daughter, at UPMC Pinnacle. HOOVER, Jerry and Alta (Zimmerman), Ephrata, a daughter, at home. HOOVER, Mahlon M. and Janet M. (Weaver), Ephrata, a daughter, at home. HORNBERGER, Nathan and Destinee (Horning), Lititz, a son, at Petersheim Health Center. HORNING, Matthew and Alison (Weidman), Lititz, a daughter, at UPMC Pinnacle Lititz. HULL, Andrew J. and Samantha (Shober), Ephrata, a daughter, at Women & Babies Hospital. KOWLAVONG, Khongs­ avat and Somehanh Nolan, Lititz, a son, at UPMC Pinnacle Lititz. MARTIN, Anthony B. and Tonya (Smoker), Akron, a daughter, at WellSpan Ephrata Community Hos­


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greatly impacted their lives. The Fresh Air Fund, an independent, not-for-profit agency, has provided free summer experiences to more than 1.8 million New York City children from lowincome communities since 1877. First time Fresh Air children are boys and girls, from seven to 12 years old,

who live in New York City. Children who are re-invited by host families may continue with The Fresh Air Fund through age 18 and can enjoy extended trips. Join families in Lancaster County this summer as a volunteer host family and provide Fresh Air children with a unique and fun

summer experience in a new environment. Please contact Marcia Weaver at 717-951-8851. Shown in the photo are local volunteer leaders, Miriam Smoker, Marcia Weaver, Juanita Horst, Lisa Kercher, Vincent Gabriel Whitman and Rebecca Rutt.

pital. MARTIN, Javan and MARTIN, James and Katelyn, Ephrata, a daughter, Catherine (Fox), Mohnton, a at WellSpan Ephrata Comm­ unity Hospital. son, at home. MARTIN, Marlin H. and Melissa R. (Hoover), Terre Open for the season March 23 (starting deliveries March 19) Hill, a son, at home. Store Open: NEWSWANGER, Anth­ Fridays & Saturdays Only Friday: 8am-5pm ony and Lorelle (Shirk), Saturday: 8am-12pm Narvon, a daughter, at home. Accepting calls for deliveries anytime, Monday-Saturday PEREZ, Claudio and Cassandra, Lititz, a daughter, Featuring High Quality at UPMC Pinnacle Lititz. Mulch Products -

STOLTZFUS, Christ and Esther (Stoltzfus), Denver, a daughter, at home. VOSHELL, Jennifer, and Nathaniel L. Ireland, Lititz, a son, at Women & Babies Hospital. WEAVER, Mark and Grace (Fox), Ephrata, a daughter, at home. WEAVER, V. Chad and Sylvia (Martin), Stevens, a son, at WellSpan Ephrata Community Hospital.

WOLF, Bradley A. and Briana (Benfer), Ephrata, a daughter, at WellSpan Eph­ rata Community Hospital. ZIMMERMAN, Brian L. and Emma (Nolt), Shippens­ burg, a daughter, at home, granddaughter of Paul and Ruth Zimmerman, Ephrata. ZOOK, Autumn, and Devin Sensenig, New Holland, a daughter, at Women & Babies Hospital.


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Provolone Cheese......8


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March 10

Hunter Scott Myers, 1, son of Tara and Chad Myers, Lititz. Tait Kyle Wenger, 2, son of Kyle and Korina Wenger, Lititz.

March 12

Shane Ronald Davis, 3, son of Brenda Lee and Shane Davis, East Earl.

March 13

Graceanna O. Fox, 10, daughter of Irvin and Vera Fox, Ephrata. Kylie G. Zimmerman, 4, daughter of Glendon and Karen Zimmerman, Lititz.

1. In order to have your child’s name in the list of birthdays, simply complete the form below and mail to: THE SHOPPING NEWS, P.O. Box 456, 615 E. Main Street, Ephrata, PA 17522 or it may be dropped off at the office. 2. NO NAMES will be accepted over the phone. 3. This service is provided for local children and their parents. Exception: If grandparents are local and child is out of the area, then local grandparents’ names will also appear. Local is defined as The Shopping News distribution area. 4. Limited to ages 1 through 12.

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March 9

Adelaide Jean Gilbert, 5, daughter of Jonathan and Joan Gilbert, Huntington Station, New York, granddaughter of Debbie and Richard Ball, Fivepointville, and Don and Carol Gilbert, East Earl. Shakira Saige Martin, 3, daughter of Richard and Dorcas Martin, East Earl.

Child’s Name ________________________________________________ Age _______

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March 1

Emily Ruth Zimmerman, 9, daughter of Matthew and Rachel Zimmerman, New Holland. Dawson Lee Hoffert, 2, son of Bret and Amanda Hoffert, Lancaster, greatgrandson of Gary and Diana Hoffert, Denver. Rosalyn Beth Nolt, 3, daughter of Jonathan and Carolyn Nolt, New Holland. Kaden Glen Ringler, 5, son of Nathan Ray and Beth Ann Ringler, East Earl. Rachelle Joy Zimmerman, 1, daughter of Matthew and Rachel Zimmerman, New Holland.

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Catherine Diane Weaver, 4, daughter of Irvin and Catherine Weaver, Denver.

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The Lancaster County volunteer committee attend­ ed The Fresh Air Fund’s annual Friendly Towns Leadership Conference from Friday, February 2 through Sunday, February 4 at the Marriott Marquis in Times Square. Over the course of three days, volunteers partic­ ipated in interactive work­ shops with The Fresh Air Fund’s staff and community agency partners. Volunteers attended professional development workshops throughout the conference, with topics ranging from children’s safety, to empathy and diversity, to community engagement. Former Fresh Air children delivered keynote speeches, sharing how The Fresh Air Fund’s Friendly Towns Program

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John F. Kennedy once said, “Every accomplishment starts with the decision to try.” This is a quote that senior Colleen Hurst has been inspired by and that has made her admire JFK. Colleen, who was diagnosed with achondroplasia at birth, has applied this quote in her everyday life, not just at school. From challenging herself to trying new things, Colleen has made it her life’s mission to accomplish as much as she can in her lifetime. From rifle to softball to many hobbies, Colleen Hurst continues to work hard and achieve great things her senior year. In high school, Colleen has been a member of the Ephrata Senior High School Rifle team and has also participated in the Akron Girls Softball League. When not in school, Colleen is involved in the community by doing volunteer work with Girl Scouts, being a part of her youth group, and belonging to the organization Little People of America. As a way of relaxing, Colleen enjoys biking, photography, traveling to different places, and playing card games with friends and families. Colleen always makes room in her busy schedule to not only spend quality time with her family and friends, but also with her dogs. Moreover, Colleen also spends time at Shady Maple where she is employed. After high school, Colleen plans to attend Lock Haven University, where she will major in Recreational Management. “This is my greatest accomplishment to date,” she says. Looking back, Colleen acknowledges that even though some classes are often difficult, the rigor helps to prepare a person for college. Her favorite class this semester is College Vocabulary because it enhances her vocabulary and study skills. Colleen is a great example of someone who has overcome obstacles. She continues to challenge herself and achieves everything she can. “Colleen excels despite challenges and setbacks. She has a lot of determination and always looks at the bright side of life,” says learning support teacher Jennifer Endy. Written by: Tayler Moyer

Miller Lititz Area Mennonite Jenna Miller 8th Grade

Jenna Miller is an eighth grader at Lititz Area Mennonite School. She lives in the Manheim area with her family. She is the second youngest of six siblings. She has guinea pigs, rabbits, and two goats. She likes being around her friends, laughing and having fun. She is spunky, outgoing and fun to be around. She likes to eat healthy and runs to keep in shape. She doesn’t have a specific favorite class, but likes the variety of all the classes. She is very busy at school. She plays volleyball, basketball, soccer, and is on the archery team. She is also on Student council, takes piano lessons,and plays violin in the band. Jenna plans on playing soccer in high school, and is deciding between attending high school at Manheim Central or at LAMS. She attends Newport Church and was baptized there at age 11. In her spare time Jenna loves sports, being with friends, hiking, reading, and being outdoors. If Jenna could change something in the world she would get rid of poverty. Jenna admires Tobin Heath because she is a soccer player and every time she scores a goal she points her finger to God. There is never a dull moment with Jenna around. She keeps things fun and lively! Written by: Maddie Saylor

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Biblical Message

This Evil Age By Pastor Kevin “Is our grace age, which Paul calls ‘this present evil world [age]’ (Gal. 1:4), worse than the time of Nimrod or what is seen in Romans 1:18-32?” This age is evil. Every dispensation or age in

man’s history has been evil. Every age has demonstrated that the heart of mankind “is deceitful above all things, and desperately wicked” (Jer. 17:9), that people are sinners in need of the Lord. I don’t think our age is worse than the time of Nimrod or what is seen in Romans 1:18-32, but rather very similar. Romans 1:1832 sounds like a commentary on our times! Mankind doesn’t change. Mankind has been evil, is evil, and will be evil. News of mankind’s wickedness shouldn’t completely shock the believer. Rather, it should immediately remind us of people’s

need for Christ and His salvation, and our need to be “Redeeming the time, because the days are evil” (Eph. 5:16). Faith in Christ

brings new life and can bring transformation to people’s lives, so that they might live “in all goodness and righteousness and

truth” (Eph. 5:9). Paul calls it “this present evil world” to impress upon us the glory of our deliverance from it by Christ and His Cross. Galatians 1:4 shows us “Who gave Himself for our sins, that He might deliver us from this present evil world.” Knowledge of this hope is to cause us to react with thanksgiving and praise to our Savior, “To Whom be glory for ever and ever” (Gal. 1:5), and “that they which live should not henceforth live unto themselves, but unto Him which died for them, and rose again” (2 Cor. 5:15).

Elanco Kindergarten Registration

The Eastern Lancaster County School District will be holding Kindergarten Registration on the following dates: • Tuesday, May 1 ­ Day and evening appointments available • Wednesday, May 2 ­ Day and evening appointments available • Thursday, May 3 ­ Day appointments only Registration appointments are necessary. Call the District Office for Eastern Lancaster School District at 717-354-1552 to schedule your appointment.


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Kevin Sylvester, Pastor Sunday Worship: 10am Clubhouse Kids, Nursery Wednesday Activities: 7pm Momentum Youth

Reamstown Church of God Arthur T. Karick, Sr. Pastor “Empowered to bring Jesus’ love, healing, and hope to the world” Sunday worship services at 9:00 & 11:00 a.m. 565 Airport Road • New Holland (717) 354-5394 Senior Pastors Lester & Erma Zimmerman

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Say You Saw It In “The Shopping News� - Wednesday, March 7, 2018 - 19A

A Conversation With Ryan Aument PA State Senator 36th State Senate District

A (PA) Smart Investment in the Future Senator Ryan P. Aument It has been nearly a month since Governor Wolf delivered his budget address for the upcoming fiscal year, and while I may not agree with all of the proposals in his 2018-19 budget, there was one item that particularly stood out as being a timely and necessary investment – the PA Smart initiative. Designed as a workforce training and development initiative for grades K-12, PA Smart will divide $50 million in funding between STEM and computer science education ($40 million) and the promotion of apprenticeships and industry partnerships ($10 million). Few will disagree that Pennsylvania’s education system is and has been in desperate need of modernization. However, we must ensure that we are not simply throwing money at a problem without being strategic in regards to what particular programs we are financially supporting. By prioritizing funding for both computer science / STEM education and career/technical education (CTE), we are acknowledging that the skills learned through these course offerings are critical to developing a strong workforce and a healthy economy in Pennsylvania. In other words, they are our future. In direct opposition to that notion, however, is the fact that far too many students are being pushed towards traditional colleges as their only viable path after graduation. While choosing to attend college is certainly laudable – and for many, it is the right choice – we must make it clear to our students that it is not the only choice. Career and technical education, apprenticeships, and trade schools are practical alternatives to traditional colleges that provide students with an opportunity to excel in industries for which a traditional college may not be able to adequately prepare them. Additionally, to assume that all students and their families can afford the skyrocketing prices that many traditional colleges are charging these days is to ignore the reality that students are being saddled with massive monthly loan


payments while simultaneously struggling to find a job to support their mounting debt. To that end, further investment in K-12 career and technical education will prepare our students for the modern workforce. In fact, it seems that every time I speak with industry leaders about this issue, they express concern that the pool of highly trained candidates who are qualified to join the workforce for trades, skilled labor, and other similar vocations, is dwindling. I believe that we need to meet this demand with deliberate policy decisions that will not only encourage but also enable students to pursue successful careers in these vital industries – Pennsylvania’s future depends on it. To be clear, both arms of the Governor’s proposal – CTE funding and computer science and STEM education funding – have the potential to lead students to occupations that are in high demand. In fact, according to, Pennsylvania currently has 17,787 vacant computing jobs, which is nearly three

times the average demand rate for states. Why not fill these 17,787 vacancies in Pennsylvania businesses with students trained and prepared in our Pennsylvania schools? In stark contrast to the demand for these jobs is the fact that only 206 schools in Pennsylvania (26% of schools in the state that offer AP courses) offered an AP Computer Science course in the 2016-2017 school year. Further, Pennsylvania does not require that all secondary schools offer some form of computer science education, despite the fact that computing occupations are the number one source of all new wages nationwide, and that they make up over half of all projected new jobs in STEM fields. Simply put, the numbers strongly suggest that Pennsylvania must develop its computer science education curriculum or risk falling behind in an industry that is rapidly becoming the dominant influence in our culture – and the dominant employer. Additionally, I am proud of the innovative work already being done in our Lancaster County schools as we lead the way by making technical education, coding, and computer science available to our students. The Pennsylvania General Assembly must do more to support these important efforts both in Lancaster County and across our Commonwealth. To be sure, PA Smart isn’t just about improving K-12 educational opportunities throughout the Commonwealth – it’s about increasing job growth, boosting our economy, and attracting businesses like Amazon to build in our state, hire in our state, and spend in our state. It’s about cultivating a better future for Pennsylvania. And it all begins with a strong foundation in relevant coursework in our public school system. In short, I am thrilled at the prospect that our Commonwealth may finally be moving in a direction that recognizes that an investment in CTE, STEM, and computer science education is, indeed, an investment in Pennsylvania’s future.

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Clay Welcomes Special Guest For National Pig Day

Shopping News Photo by Donald Reese National Pig Day is held annually in the United States on March 1. It is the day to celebrate the pig. Clay Elementary had a very special guest that day: Charlie the pig stopped in for a visit. Charlie is a therapy pig. The students were so excited and surprised to interact with him. They all learned a lot about pigs, their habits and how they can help with therapy. A highlight of the celebration was watching second grade teacher Mrs. Sue Wenrich feed Charlie an animal cracker nose-to-nose. and share what they’re working on. • Lego® Creation Club Monday, March 12 at 6:30 p.m. Family event for ages three and up. Join the Lego® Design Team!

Once a month, they’ll build creations out of Lego® Bricks that will be displayed in the Library. • Hooks & Needles: Yarn Crafting Club - Monday, March 12 at 6:30 p.m. All ages welcome.

The knitting club is open to all knitters and crocheters in all skill levels, even absolute beginners! Bring your own projects, tips and ideas to share. • Yoga at the Library - Tuesday,

March 13 at 7:00 p.m. Adult event (ages 16+). The library is offering a free yoga class at the library. The class will be taught by certified instructor Nazareth Bedoya. This (Continued On Page 2B)

Adamstown Library Friends To Hold Basket Event

Shopping News Photo by Donald Reese Spring is near! Want a way to get rid of those “winter blues” and start the new season with friends and lots of fun? Join the Friends of the Adamstown Area Library for their Annual Basket Bingo. This year’s event is scheduled for Sunday, March 18 at the Reamstown Fire Company. The doors open at 12:30 p.m., the Advanced Ticket Game begins at 1:45 p.m. and Regular Bingo starts at 2:00 p.m. There will be 20 Bingo games, special games, a basket raffle, a 50/50 raffle and lots of door prizes. All of the Longaberger baskets are filled with “goodies” donated by the Friends and generous community sponsors. Refreshments are also available. This event is usually a sellout, so buy your tickets now from any Friend’s Board member or at the library. There is a cost. For ticket information, call Margaret Harting at 717-336-7145. The Longaberger Company is not connected with this fundraiser. All proceeds benefit the Adamstown Area Library. Shown in the photo, from left to right, are Brenda Henden, Margaret Harting and Pat Acebo.

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played before? You’re welcome to join them and find out more about D&D. • Block Party - Preschool STEM Event - Thursday, March 15 at 6:30 p.m. Ages three to six. Playing is learning! Play and build with their amazing new wooden block collection. Preschoolers have fun, while at the same time strengthen vocabulary, problem-solving abilities and social skills. Come see what it is all about and have some constructive fun! • Tween Sewing Workshop - Monday, March 19 at 6:30 p.m. Grades five to eight. They will be learning basic hand sewing skills with needles and fabric. They will be making a pillow. • Understanding Medicare Seminar - Thursday, March 22 at 6:30 p.m. State

approved education presentation focused on those new to Medicare or approaching Medicare age. Subjects covered include: Enrollment timelines and special election periods, how to enroll in Medicare, parts A, B, C and D definition, employment, future penalties, prescription coverage and donut holes, and government assistance programs. • Singing in the Stacks Friday, March 23 from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Family event for grades kindergarten to sixth grade. Sing your heart out at this after-hours family karaoke! • Teen Advisory Group Monday, March 26 at 6:30 p.m. For Grades 7 to 12. Help plan future teen events at the library. • Teen Book Club -

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384 Reinholds Road Denver, PA 17517

Stevens, PA Decks • Garages Additions & Remodeling RooďŹ ng & Siding Basement Remodeling Replacement Windows

Shirley A. Leed

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License #PA016183


717-336-6726 Located one block south of the Schoeneck Square


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1113 Steinmetz Rd., Ephrata • 717-733-8066

17 E. Mohler Church Rd., Ephrata, PA 17522 (Phone) 717-738-2838 | (Fax) 717-738-0704 (E-mail) | PA012283



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Since 1985

Denver, PA

Our Services Include: Stump Grinding, Clean Up, Filling In with Top Soil and Seeding, Lawn Mowing, Mulching, Tree & Shrubbery Trimming and Yard Liming. Call for a conservative estimate. Mid Atlantic Stump and Lawn Service



Complete Basement Remodeling, Kitchen & Bath Remodeling, Vinyl Replacement Windows, Decks, Siding, SoďŹƒt & Fascia, Spouting, Electrical, Plumbing, Storm Doors

Steve Hildebrand (717) 484-0218

Free Estimates 1613 Dry Tavern Road Denver, PA

4B - Wednesday, March 7, 2018 - Say You Saw It In “The Shopping News”

Everybody’s Marketplace FOR SALE: Rough cut wal-­ FOR SALE: Entire collection FOR SALE: New Accuquilt nut boards, 8’ long, various of trains, Lionel, Williams, widths, make offer. Call Third Rail, Mikes Train large size fabric cutter, $190; New die cutter with pattern, 717-413-2134. house. Mint condition, all $10; New Go Baby fabric FOR SALE: Custom built re-­ original boxes and accesso-­ cutter, $90; New die for Go windows and ries, shelving available if Baby cutter, $10; New PVC FOR SALE: Paintable vinyl placement shutters, white louvered, doors. Professional installa-­ needed. 717-445-0681. quilting frame, $35; wire dog 14”x39”, 47”, 51”, 59” & 63”, tion. Call Ronafa Window & Door, 717-733-7534 or visit FOR SALE: New Horizon Elite carrier and pad for medium $12.60 to $18/pr. Insula-­ our showroom at 400 W. size dog, $20. Call 717-336tion, 4’x8x1/2”, $6.30 each, Main St, Ephrata in the Eph-­ R7 stationary bike. $575 de-­ 2349, anytime, leave mes-­ livered. 717-468-6371. 4’x4’x3.8”. $15. 717-445- rata Business Complex. sage if no answer. 5222. Thank You! FOR SALE: Mixed hard-­ woods, ready to burn, $160 FOR SALE: Final Expense per cord. Delivery available. Policies, Age 50 Plus. 888857-2754. Call 717-690-6846.

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Hocking Printing Co., Inc. has a first shift part-time position available. Approximately 20-25 hours a week. Duties include collating papers, taking papers off the press, operating a paper cutter and various other duties.


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FOR SALE: Small black wood FOR SALE: Truck load coil stove, good condition, $50. nails sale. 8D 2-1/ Stainless steel GE dish-­2”x.113x3,000 10Dwasher, good condition, $50. 3”x.131x2,500 15 degree, Office safe, $25. 717-733- $22.50/box, 12D 3-1/ 8318. 4”x.131x2,500 15 degree. $25.20/box. Slate Road Sup-­ Say you saw it in ply, 717-445-5222. The Shopping News!

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Schedules and dispatches a fleet of 35 coaches and drivers. We are willing to train the right person with proven related experiences. Demonstrated success in simultaneously keeping track of, organizing and prioritizing at a quick pace is essential. If you have been successful at multitasking, prioritizing, dealing with people, and have great communication, critical thinking, organizational and problem-solving skills, check us out at Applications taken at: For more information, call 717-560-2805 Ext. 107

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FOR SALE: Flags, flag-­ FOR SALE: (2) John Lennon $35; (15) 33-1/3 al-­ poles, bunting, flag cases, books, bums, Elvis Presley, (3) lapel pins, hats, garden books, 1 VHS, $140; Kiss (3) flags, eagles, brackets, 33-1/3 albums, (4) VHS, 1 VHS, (2) 33-1/3 al-­ etc. American Flag $75; bums, Diana Ross, $40. Buy Shoppe, near Adamstown. all for $250. 484-784-5199. Our American flags are SALE: Small straw made in America! 717- FOR bales. Can deliver any 484-1183. amount. 717-203-5359.

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Say You Saw It In “The Shopping News” - Wednesday, March 7, 2018 - 5B FOR SALE: 2000 Chevrolet Astro Passenger Van, 123,000 miles, dark gray, $4,500. 717-336-6947.

FOR SALE: Like new, Straight Stair Lift by Handi-­ care. Two years old/recently serviced. Purchase price, $3,300. Best offer. Call 717656-4120.

FOR SALE: 1977 Ford F-150 pick-up 4x4, current inspec-­ FOR SALE: 16’ Deep V fish-­ tion, runs great, extra parts. 6-cyl., 4-speed, $2,800 OBO. ing boat, 25HP mercury mo-­ tor, trolling motor, depth Please call 717-723-7679. finder, battery, $600. 717575-092l.

FOR SALE: (10) 55 gallon black steel barrels, good for trash, burning or cut them in half for roasting meat. $20 each. Cash only. Call 717-733-4309.

FOR SALE: Eagles Super Bowl flags, banners and garden flags. Area’s larg-­ est selection of flags and flagpoles. American Flag Shoppe, near Adamstown. 717-484-1183. FOR SALE: Penetrant Cata-­ lyst 3M, 11oz spray can. $5.99 each. Pet cage with floor tray, medium, $53.46, large, $78, extra large, $87.50, 5 or more, 15% dis-­ count. 717-445-5222. FOR SALE: Pictures from my drone. 1080 video HD pictures. Business pho-­ tos, weddings, real estate, events, etc. Keith, 717816-4582.


FOR SALE: Antiques, very old, side-by-side desk, bowfront China closet, display case, above desk, fancy feet, real nice, $775; Half round table with back drop rope edge, claw feet, good condi-­ tion. $75 cash. 717-3418568.

Appliances FOR SALE: Shenandoah R65-E Wood & Coal burning heater. No rust, good condi-­ tion. Used about 5 years. Up-­ right cylindrical type. Good shop heater. $300 or best of-­ fer. 717-435-2619. FOR SALE: 4 piece electric black GE Profile dishwash-­ er, microwave, refrigerator, convection oven, good con-­ dition, $2,500. Pool table, very good condition, $4,500. 717-721-3246.



Full Time Positions Available Immediately APPRENTICE, JOURNEYPERSON, FOREMAN, SERVICE TECH **Willing to Train** Full Benefits including IRA, vacation/holiday Submit resume in writing, in person or call: Edwards Electric & Telecom, Inc. 30 Park Street, Stevens, PA 17578 Phone: (717) 336-7188 Fax: (717) 336-1088

Growing Lancaster-Based Company is Hiring Minimum 3 years CDL A driving experience, 3 year clean MVR. No accidents. Hourly pay based on experience - all on-duty hours paid - including detention time. Great opportunity for retired drivers, drivers with flexible schedules looking for more income and others.

Call 717-869-5734

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FOR SALE: Huge selec-­ Grand Caravan, 11/18 in-­ tion of blemished freezers spection AWD, 212K miles, 1995 Mercedes die-­ and misc. closeout appli-­ $1,200; sel E300D, 222,000 miles, 6/ FOR SALE: Salt spreader, ances. Many with full war-­ 18 inspection, $1,650; 1996 hitch mounted, variable TL, 3.2 V6, 171,000 speed control, 440 lb. ca-­ ranties. Free delivery. Fi-­ Acura miles, 8/18. $1,200. Text/ pacity, includes extra new motor. Nice cond. Asking nancing available. Martin call, 717-341-8279. Call 610-286Appliance, 1717 West FOR SALE: 1985 GMC dump $495.00. 7327. Main, Ephrata. 717-733- truck, C70, gas, big block, 5speed, snow plow, $3,000, 7730. 717-629-6557.


FOR SALE: New/used pickup caps, aluminum, fiber-­ glass. Tonneau covers, mats, bedliners. BECO OUTLET, 717-336-3141.

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717-629-9224 Now Hiring F/T Qualified Personnel To Do Agricultural Framing, Roofing And Siding. We OfferWe Health offerInsurance, PaidHolidays Holidays & & Vacations Paid Vacations

Facility Associates Opening Sovereign is seeking 2nd shift part time positions for cleaning duties in Lancaster. General cleaning, trash and restrooms. Great attitude, professional and willing to work on time. 5pm-10pm and 6pm-11pm. Starting at 11.50 hours. Apply with Sovereign today.

 Hourly Pay With Overtime After 8 Hours  Full Benefit Package To Include: $500 Deductible Health Insurance, 401K With Company Match, Sign-on Bonus after 90 days  And Be Home Most Nights & Weekends

For more information and to apply, visit or call Steve at: (717) 733-6556

For more details, call 717-682-9172 or apply in person at: 860 N. Reading Rd., Ephrata, PA 17522


ROOFERS & REMODELERS FT With good benefits & health insurance reimbursement

HIC# PA105411

174 E. MAIN ST. • LEOLA, PA 17540 PHONE (717) 843-7663 WWW.BEREMODELING.NET

has a full time position available to install, sand and finish hardwood floors. Paid holidays immediately upon hire, vacation and sick time after one year. No health insurance. Base starting - $13.00/hr. Especially looking for carpentry or floor sanding experience. Text 717-203-3131 or

EOE and Drug Free Workplace

PLC Programmer/ Technician

23 Hummer Road, Ephrata, PA 17522 or email to:

Who Value Safety and Are Looking for a Place to Call Home. Successful Candidates with 3 Years of Class A Exp. and Clean Driving Record Will Be Provided:

Hair stylist with clientele.


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Must Be Self Motivated And Work Well With Other People.

Springer Dental

Exp. Class A Drivers


201A Commerce Drive New Holland, PA 17557

for a Family Practice.


FOR SALE: 2014 21 foot Chaparral H2O sport (I/O) with Karavan tandem trailer. 5.0L, 260HP, 69.4 hours and many accessories included. $39,500. 717-629-5253.

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FOR SALE: 2012 Toyo-­ ta Sienna XLE, 8 pas-­ senger, black, extras, 79,000 miles, $15,500 OBO. Call or test, 717602-3471.


Tyson Foods Inc. has immediate openings for Industrial Electricians in its New Holland, PA location. The successful candidates will perform various maintenance and repair duties as needed with additional focus placed on electrical work. Requirements: • Must have the ability to troubleshoot and navigate through PLC’s, 3-phase wiring, AC/DC control wiring and all other industrial mechanical functions. • A background in electrical and mechanical skills in an industrial setting. • Prior electrical experience and/or formal schooling on electrical. Tyson Foods’ Benefits Include: • Competitive wages • Excellent benefits package • Paid vacation and nine (9) holidays • 401(k) Plan • Stock Purchase Plan

AFP advanced food products llc, a premier food manufacturer of puddings and cheese sauces located in New Holland, PA, has an immediate opportunity available for a PLC Programmer/Technician on 1st shift. Experience in PLC control, VFD installation and setup. Troubleshooting of control circuits and instrumentation, Calibration experience as well as Allen Bradley, Modicon and/or Wonderware software is preferred. Three to five years of experience with electrical/mechanical installations, troubleshooting and repairs, plus the ability to lift up to 80 lbs is required. We offer an attractive compensation and benefit package, including immediate enrollment into the benefits and 401k retirement program on your first day of employment. Starting pay is commensurate with experience and education. To apply, please visit our website at and click on careers, then click on New Holland plant and select Programmer.


Interested candidates should apply online at, or come to the location at 403 S. Custer Ave., New Holland, PA 17557

40 Garden Spot Rd., Ephrata, PA E.O.E.


FOR SALE: High visibility safety jackets, new, $40, reg. $89.99. Cotton gloves, red or blue coated, $5; $7.50/10 pr. pack, plus other gloves. Dust masks, 3M N95, $12.75/20 box. Slate Road, 717-445-5222.


Tyson Foods is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will be considered without regard to race, national origin, color, religion, age, genetics, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or veteran status.

AFP advanced food products llc Web: EOE

6B - Wednesday, March 7, 2018 - Say You Saw It In “The Shopping News” FOR SALE: Custom built re-­ placement windows and doors. Professional installa-­ tion. Call Ronafa Window & Door, 717-733-7534, or visit our showroom at 400 W. Main St, Ephrata in the Eph-­ rata Business Center. Thank You!

FOR SALE: Snapper snow-­ blower, 21” cut, self pro-­ pelled, 2 stage, $225; Crafts-­ man 21” snowblower, electric start, $175; Simplicity single FOR SALE: Cub Cadet 1650 stage snowblower, vane type, tractor Kohler Hydro 54” $75; Toro snowblower s/ deck with vacuum hose and stage, very good condition, engine; Ariens tractor 25HP, $75. Please call/text, 71754” deck, Hydro, both ser-­ 341-8279. FOR SALE: Roll-top com-­ viced last fall, $500 each. puter desk with drawer for Yard trailer, 10 cu.ft. $65. printer, cherry finish with Please call 717-445-8574. matching two drawer file cabinet. $475. Call 717FOR SALE: John Deere X720 885-7142. with 530 hours, $6,900, in-­ FOR SALE: Blue Early Amer-­ cludes 48” snowblower, 54 FOR SALE: Garage Equip-­ ican sofa set, excellent con-­ inch mower, bagger system ment. Hydro press; welder stand; others. dition, $300. Call 717-335- and more. Call 717-925- engine 4300. Electric garage furnace. Call 0752. on prices. 717-723-7679.

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Looking for experienced HVAC technicians, plumbers and installers. Outstanding company looking for outstanding team members. Incredible benefits & competitive wages along w/training/technology. We put our family of employees first.

Call for info - 717-664-1900

Send resume to


or fax to 717-664-8141

FOR SALE: 2012 Honda Goldwing, maroon/silver, ex-­ cellent condition with some extras, 10,400 miles. Asking $15,900. 717-738-4403. FOR SALE: ‘02 Mustang GT 4.6 V8 5-speed, 76,200 miles, silver, $7,295. 717951-8644.

Sir Francis


Tyson Foods Inc. has immediate openings for refrigeration mechanics on 2nd shift. Successful candidates will be responsible for HVAC repairs, working on ammonia systems and air compressors. Positions pay up to $31.52 an hour, plus shift differential, depending on experience. Candidates who pass level IV hazardous materials medical and those that get their CIRO/CARO certifications will receive up to an additional $3 more an hour. Tyson Foods will aid in receiving CIRO/CARO certification. Requirements: HVAC experience or formal education in HVAC at technical school, college, etc.


Tyson Foods, New Holland, PA has immediate openings for experienced high level industrial maintenance mechanics. Successful candidates will perform various maintenance and repair duties as needed. Requirements: Prior industrial maintenance experience or completed formal schooling in this area. TYSON FOODS’ BENEFITS INCLUDE:

• Competitive wages • Excellent benefits package • Paid vacation & holidays • 401(k) • Stock purchase plan


Interested candidates should apply online at, or apply in person at Tyson Foods Inc. 403 S. Custer Ave., New Holland, PA 17557 717-354-4211


Shark Twain

(Samule Longhorn Clemens)

Outstanding Writers of the Animal Kingdom FOR SALE: 2003 Harley Davidson Anniversary Edition, Softail, only 5,785 miles. $6,500. 516-3226475, 717-445-9301.



Alfred, Lord

FOR SALE: Beautiful hardwood Acrsonic, by Baldwin, piano. Best offer. Must pick up. Last tuned in 2015. In excellent con-­ dition with bench. Moving, no longer using. Serious inquiries only. 717-6564120. View all classified ads online at!




Pets & Animals FOR SALE: Chickens, home raised and healthy, three va-­ rieties, 2 years old. $3/each. Call 717-336-3778, FOR SALE: Pomchi puppies, family raised, shots and wormed. Ready 3/16. $450. 717-725-5077. FOR SALE: ACA Welsh Corgi puppies. Shots, wormed, ready 3/7/18, $1,000. 764 Lauschtown Road, Denver, PA 17517. FOR SALE: Friendly Pome-­ ranian female, 3 years old. I’m moving, can’t take her along. 717-575-0220.


Primarily M-F. Rotating Saturdays. No Sunday work. Decorating and/or baking experience preferred.

FT position includes Medical, Dental, Vision, Life, Disability, Discount card, Vacation options PT & FT include 401k w/Company Match

Applications may be placed at Weaver Markets - Adamstown. Questions regarding the position should be directed to Mark at 717-484-4302.


Tyson Foods is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will be considered without regard to race, national origin, color, religion, age, genetics, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or veteran status.




The ideal candidate must be a capable and self-sufficient worker who is organized, detail-oriented, and able to work well independently and with others. The ideal candidate also must possess knowledge of the precast concrete industry and its manufacturing and installation practices. Computer experience (Microsoft Outlook, Excel, Word, etc.) is preferred, but not required.

ROYER’S FLOWERS AND GIFTS is 80+ years old and growing. We are seeking applicants who enjoy driving, making people happy and can work flexible hours. This position is full-time, approximately 30-34 hours weekly, including alternating Saturdays and occasional Sundays. More hours will be scheduled during floral holidays and other busy times. We require a valid driver’s license and a good driving record. Computer experience is required! Knowledge of Ephrata and surrounding areas is a must. We provide a van, comprehensive training program, competitive base salary, productivity allowances, safety bonus pay opportunity, a 30% floral discount and opportunities for advancement. We also have profit sharing, paid vacations, personal days and holidays! Health, dental, vision, STD, LTD, life insurance, 401(k) available, too. Apply online at or stop in to fill out an application at: 165 S. Reading Road, Ephrata • (717) 733-6588 EOE • We do Pre-Employment Drug Testing


This position is full-time and hourly. Hours of work vary with production and shipping demands. We offer competitive wages, full health and dental benefits, paid holidays and vacation and more!

Cooks Full Time, Part Time Buffet/Grill Part Time Saturday Only Positions Part Time Dutchette - Cashier/Server Part Time Dutchette - Grill Part Time Hostess/Cashier Part Time

Qualified applicants are encouraged to APPLY IN-PERSON at:

Shady Maple offers excellent benefits: health/dental/vision, 401K/matching contribution, paid vacations, holidays, employee discounts.

42 South Butler Road, Lebanon, PA 17042 Monday-Friday, 8:00am-4:00pm

OR Résumés may be emailed to Michelle Custer, Director of Human Resources at (Word or PDF formats, please). An equal-opportunity employer | Committed to a drug-free work environment |

FARM MARKET Bakery Production 1st Shift, Full Time Donut Production 1st & 2nd, Full Time Cake Decorator Experience Necessary, Full Time/Part Time

Grocery Stocker Night Shift, Full Time Soup & Salad Cook Full Time Cashier Part Time Meat Dept. Clerk/Wrapper Full Time Driver Part Time Maple Leaf Café Cook/Server Part Time Housekeeping Full Time Interested candidates may apply at:

Route 23, East Earl, PA 17519

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SHOPPING NEWS of Lancaster County



SOLD IN 1 WEEK! FOR SALE: 2014 Mercedes Benz GLK 350, 1 owner, white with tan leather interior, new tires, very good condition, $23,900. 717-940-9898. XXXX FOR SALE: Siberian Husky pups, AKC, family raised, vet checked, shots and wormed. 1 Male and 3 females. Cash only, $895. 717-496-3451.

NOTICE: We accept brush, trimmings, grass clippings, trees and stumps for a small fee. Call Martin Mulch for information. 717-7331602.

FOR SALE: 35.6 acres mountain ground, $6,500 per acre, bordering state ground, New Lancaster Val-­ ley, Mifflin County. 717667-6309, 717-437-1843.

NOTICE: Custom built re-­ Young Men’s Clothing - XS/S; Women’s Clothing - M/L; Snow Blower; Furniture - Indoor/Outdoor; placement windows and doors. Professional installa-­ Lawn Mower; Gas Grill; Queen Adjustable Bed Base; tion. Call Ronafa Window & Other Household Items; Treadmill; Wii Games; Door, 717-733-7534, or visit Pictures; Folding Chairs; Tools; Area Rugs; our showroom at 400 W. Prom Dress Size 0; Weight Equipment; Main St, Ephrata in the Eph-­ rata Business Center. Thank Small Refrigerator; Matchbox Car Set; Trains; You! Karaoke Machine; Home Décor.

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FOR SALE: 100% Grassfed Angus beef, no hormones or antiobiotics. 1/4, 1/2 or whole. Nelson Nolt, Leola. 717-556-0701.

Real Estate FOR SALE: Like new mobile home, 3BR, 2 full baths, large shed, covered deck, central air, all appliances. Beautifully maintained over 55 community, Mead-­ ow Valley Estates, Ephrata. $49,900. 828-292-9162.

Saturday, March 17th

7am to 11am • 3 Laburk Lane, Reinholds Men’s Clothing - M/L; Teen Girl Clothing - XS/S;

FOR SALE: 2 story house, 3BR, 2-1/2 bath, attached 2 car garage, plus a separate 2 car garage, quiet street be-­ NOTICE: Vender Event, hind Weaver’s Store, Five-­ March 24, 10AM-3PM at the Fire Hall. pointville. $214,000. 717- Brunnerville Bring an adult along and be 951-2957. entered to win a prize. Treat bags for the kids while supplies last.

FOR SALE: Used treadmill with new belt, $100, you FOR SALE: Cockapoo pup-­ haul. Call 717-355-5013. pies, wormed, shots, health checked. Call to reservce. Ready March 13. 717-3363962.



FOR SALE: 1993 singlewide mobile home, must be moved off my property. Good shape. 2 bedrooms, 1 bath, $10,000. 717-286-3391.

FOR SALE: John Deere snowblower 524, excellent condition, $450 OBO. 717799-5531.

NOTICE: Garage Sale, Fri-­ NOTICE: Huge Multi-Family Indoor Yard Sale, March 10, day, Saturday, 3/16-3/17, 6am. HH, shoes, baby-adult 7am-? Adult- children’s clothing, bassinet, crib, high-­ clothing, household items, chair, area rug, reclining love homemade soap, snow-­seat, KitchenAid mixer, van-­ board, 2 set GM Rims, wick-­ ity mirror with lights, wicker er bassinet, homemade dresser, mirror and head-­ board. 3145 Division Hwy., baked goods, lots more. 671 New Holland, between Blue Snyder Hill Road, Lititz. Ball and Ephrata at Ever-­ NOTICE: Multi-Family Yard Fresh Produce. Sale, Friday-Saturday, March 9 and March 10. Chil-­ NOTICE: Yard Sale, Satur-­ Your job openings can dren, adult clothes, some day, 3/10. Benefit Sale. reach 38,000 homes in women plus sizes, HH, Sew-­ Dresses, children’s clothing, The Shopping News Chick: Jean skirts, skorts, wall mirror, pictures, fabric. veils. Fishing items, climber 533 North Shirk Road, New tree stand. Corner, Linden Holland. Grove, N. Shirk Road.

Garage Sale

NOTICE: Huge Multi-Family Garage Sale, Friday, March 9, 4-8pm, Saturday, March 10, 6-12pm. Lots of clothing, all sizes dresses, shirts, sweaters, shoes, fabric, books, home decor, house-­ hold, Tupperware, Princess NOTICE: Craft and Flea House, Lilla Rose, furniture, Market, 3/17, 8-1. Oregon flower planters, pony cart, Community Church, 1214 lots of stuff. Chicken BBQ Creek Road, Lititz. 717- Friday, 4-8pm. 105 Linden 656-7198. Tables still avail-­ Grove Road, New Holland. able.


NOTICE: Susan Lambert Pi-­ ano Teacher, lessons for all ages. 11 Brookfield Drive, Ephrata, PA. 717-3714742.


NOTICE: Multi-Family Huge Garage Sale, March 9, 16:30pm & March 10, 8-? Children’s/adult’s clothing, shoes, 200+ dresses, baby gear, cherry stand w/marble top, patio set, elliptical, homemade pillows and much more. 228 E. 28th Division Hwy., Lititz. Check Craigslist ad for more details.


Full Time • Overtime Available New shop. Health benefits. CDL not required.

Contact office for details: 717-354-5939 950 East Earl Rd., New Holland, PA 17557

FT Installer Helper needed.

Some heavy lifting, carpentry skill helpful, but not necessary. Willing to train. Driver’s license necessary.

NOTICE: Huge Yard Sale, 3/10, 7am-noon. Huge indoor, by-donation yard sale. Benefits high school mission trip. Fur-­ niture, clothes, etc. Hin-­ kletown Mennonite School, 272 Wanner Road, Ephrata.

NOTICE: Moving Sale, March 6 thru March 17, 8am until 6pm. House-­ hold items, lawn and garden equipment, tools, furniture, safe, computer desk/hutch, large office desk with matching table, towels and bedding, other items too numerous to mention. 525 South Farmersville Road, Ephrata. 717-354-7416.



Are you cut out for this ride? Apply — text FLAGGER to 555-888. Full-time & part-time positions. Must have valid driver’s license & reliable vehicle. Flagger Force is an equal opportunity employer.


Immediate full-time job opening in a local public accounting firm. Looking for energetic personality with good communication skills and the ability to multi-task in a busy office. Experience required in payroll processing and filing payroll tax returns. Must be proficient in the use of Microsoft Office. Excellent wages and benefit package. Send resume with cover letter to Michael Leid or email

LEID, LORAH & COMPANY P.C. Certified Public Accountants P.O. Box 28 Denver, PA 17517

Call 717-629-5851

A &S


Closet Shelving

Experience is preferred, but not required. We will train the right people. If you are willing to work hard, exceed customer expectations and be rewarded for your efforts, Gus’s will be a great fit for you. Apply in person at the restaurant.


Full or Part Time Tent Installers Stay Fit. Work Outdoors.

Contact Marlin at or call 717-733-9700


Experience in RV Technician field is preferred, but will train the right candidate. PA Inspection License a plus. Skills desired: Carpentry, 12V and 110V electrical and appliance repair

PART-TIME CLEANING PERSON General cleaning of RV interiors, occasional carpet & upholstery cleaning. Detailing not included. Competitive wages/benefits.

- HELP WANTED Middlecreek Contractors is looking for Framers and Roofers.


Entry level position loading trash and recycle for residential customers. Position offers a competitive salary and a full benefits package.

3687 Rothsville Rd., Ephrata (717) 738-7381 1050 W. Main St., Mount Joy (717) 653-2140


Full Time Benefits Included

Experience preferred, but will train. Must be non-smoking and drug-free. Candidate should be highly self-motivated.


Apply online at or send resume to

Various Routes Now Available

Please apply in person:

Eagle Disposal

1245 Eagles Way, East Earl, PA 17519

Summer Lifeguards, Head Lifeguards and Pool Maintenance Laborer The Ephrata Community Pool is seeking part-time Lifeguards, Head Lifeguards and Pool Maintenance Laborers for the upcoming 2018 summer season. Lifeguard applicants must have current American Red Cross Lifeguarding, First Aid and CPR/AED certifications. Head Lifeguard applicants must have 2 years’ lifeguarding experience for consideration. Pool Maintenance Laborers must have previous maintenance experience. All candidates must have a current Child Abuse Clearance, Criminal Background Check and Mandated Reporter Training. Please submit resume or application to:

Ephrata Recreation Center Attn: Aquatics Coordinator 130 S. Academy Drive, Ephrata, PA 17522


Class A Over-the-Road Truck Driver A leading manufacturer of wood components for the kitchen and bath industries is looking for a Full Time CLASS A truck driver with at least 1 year of OTR experience. For consideration and to find out more about our excellent opportunities apply online to:

Conestoga Wood Specialties 245 Reading Road (Rt. 625) East Earl, PA 17519

or email:

We are accepting applications for a

Carrier Requirements

• 18 years or older • Provide own transportation • Have/maintain valid driver’s license • Have/maintain motor vehicle insurance • Able to lift up to 35 lbs. If interested, stop by The Shopping News to fill out an application,

615 East Main Street, Ephrata

8B - Wednesday, March 7, 2018 - Say You Saw It In “The Shopping News” NOTICE: Huge Garage Sale, Thursday/Friday, March 89. Old jars, gallon jars, dryer, furniture, lots of clothes, shoes, miscellaneous. 205 Linden Grove Road, New Hol-­ land.

NOTICE: Huge Multi-Family Indoor Garage Sale, Friday, 3/9, 2-7pm, Saturday, 3/10, 6am-12pm. Lots of children and adult clothing. Dresses, jackets and shoes. Coffee and end table set. Tupperware, books, free stuff and lots more. 407 Turtle Hill Road, Ephrata, just off Farmersville Road.

NOTICE: Multi-Family Gar-­ age Sale, March 10, rain or shine.





whole family! 2T-Teen girls

NOTICE: Keystone Record Collectors Music Expo., NOTICE: Huge Multi-Family plus ladies clothes, wetsuit, Sunday, 03/11, 9am-3pm, Garage Sale, 3/10, 6:30am. chandelier, glassware, new Continental Inn, 2285 Lin-­ Children thru adult clothing, coln Highway East (US dresses, shirts, jackets, Tupperware, dress material, RT30) Lancaster. Next to shoes, washer, sewing ma-­ NOTICE: House/Garage chine, leaf blower, area rugs, Sale, Thursday, Friday, Sat-­ home decor and much, much Dutch Wonderland. Dealers housewares, decor, fabric, urday, 8am-4p. Household more! More sales in neigh-­ buy, sell, trade albums, 45s, tools, lots more. 181 Martin items, tools, electronics, pat-­ CDs, DVDs. Reasonably Road, behind Crossroad io furniture. 345 N. Ridge borhood. 345 North Shirk priced. All music styles. School. Road, Reinholds. Road, New Holland. Free admission. Info. please call, 610-932-7852. dresses, sweaters and shoes,

yons Hohl L Site Contractors & Paving


Make your ads stand out! Boxed classified ads available for as little as $2.00 extra!

Lyons & Hohl Paving is seeking:

• Roller Operator • Paving Laborers

An Equal Opportunity Employer

1315 Sheephill Road East Earl, PA 717-355-9219

Help Offered

HELP OFFERED: Experi-­ enced electrician and han-­ dyman services, licensed and insured. Free esti-­ mates. Call Jim, 717-5752147. HELP OFFERED: Exterior fix ups, windows, aluminum and ozek trims, 5K seamless spouting, shed and garage remodeling, siding, roofing and decks. Call Levi at 717201-4366. PAHIC# 132203. HELP OFFERED: Brubacker Horseshoeing. Serving Lan-­ caster and surrounding are-­ as. Call 717-808-7942 for more details.

HELP OFFERED: Carpentry work, additions, remodel-­ HELP OFFERED: Tutor-Re-­ ing, Ephrata. Call John S. 717-203-3042, tired Teacher will tutor ele-­ Weaver, mentary reading or math. 717-336-7497. Call 717-336-1632. HELP OFFERED: Caregiv-­ ing, companion, transport to doctor visit, groceries, daily hygiene, in-home haircuts, nursing back-­ ground. 717-327-3994.


We offer competitive wages and benefits including med/dental/401K/profit sharing plan/paid vacation & holidays.

If you are an ambitious, hardworking individual looking for a great place to work, apply in person from 8am-4pm at

NOTICE: Easter Candy Helicopter Drop. New Hol-­ land Church of the Naza-­ rene, 428 Ranck Road, New Holland, March 24. Registration opens at 10:30am, candy dropped at 11:15am. Ages birth through 6th grade. Preregister at www.nhcnazar Free!

Local Trash and Recycle Company seeking Drivers. Normal work week Monday through Friday. Requirements: Must be 21 years of age. Air Brake endorsement. Position offers a competitive salary and a full benefits package. Send resume or apply in person: Eagle Disposal Human Resources 1245 Eagles Way PO Box 288 • East Earl, PA 17519

HELP OFFERED: Experi-­ enced, insured, residential christian electrician with small business looking for additional work during slow season. Little jobs or rewire, new or old, panel upgrades or adding re-­ cessed lights or fan. Keith, 717-816-4582, GKM Electric. PA#008058

WHO’S HIRING in Healthcare ARE YOU HIRING? For information on placing your help wanted ad on our Who’s Hiring page, call The Shopping News at


Luthercare wants you to


Join Our Team!

PT Direct Care Aide

All positions listed over 7 days are eligible for medical benefits.

Apply within or online.

We offer excellent benefits, paid meal breaks and free coffee all day!

PT RN Supervisor

We will train.

FT and PT Direct Support Professionals, FT CNA, and PT Nursing Consultant Needed

Faith-based org. serving adults w/a Developmental Disability hiring for positions in Lancaster and Lebanon Counties. Duties include: assisting with hygiene, transportation using org. vehicles, cooking & cleaning. Driver’s license & age 18 or older required. Training provided. Apply at

717-656-2466 EOE

($2,000 Sign-On Bonus!) 3pm-11pm, 5 days bi-weekly

Staff RN

FT 3pm-11pm on Rehab unit


2015 N. Reading Road, Denver, PA 17517 EOE

PT 11pm-7am, 9 days


FT 6am-2pm & 7am-3pm FT 2pm-10pm FT 3pm-11pm PT 3pm-11pm, 7 days

Moravian Manor is a premier not-for profit senior living center that has been serving older adults for over 40 years. We are looking for caring, dedicated and experienced people to join our team! We have openings for the following positions:


CNA FT - 2nd Shift PT - 1st, 2nd & 3rd Shift LPN FT - 1st, 2nd & 3rd Shift PT - 2nd & 3rd Shift Housekeeping • PT - 1st Shift Server • PT Evenings Homemaker • PT Position Groundskeeper • FT Position CDL Driver • PRN Position

PT 3pm-11pm, 9 days PT 7am-3pm, 5 days


PT 3pm-11pm, 8 days PT 11pm-7am, 3 days

Maintenance and Repair Worker FT 8am-4pm, must have 3 years’ semi-skilled tradesman experience


To apply - visit our website for an online application: Benefit package includes: health/dental insurances, paid time off, free access to our fitness center and much more! "11-:50%":

Moravian Manor offers an enjoyable work environment, competitive wages and benefits, a pension plan, weekend bonus, on-site child care center, and an employee wellness program. EOE.

If you are interested in joining a great team, apply in person or visit:

Residential Living . Personal Care . Memory Support . Healthcare

EOE/Drug & Tobacco Free Workplace/


full service personal care


Moravian Manor • 300 W. Lemon Street • Lititz, PA 17543

Say You Saw It In “The Shopping News” - Wednesday, March 7, 2018 - 9B

HELP OFFERED: Grade A Lawn Care. Taking on new residential/commercial cli-­ ents. Affordable, depend-­ able lawn care and main-­ tenance needs. We also build decks along with other handyman tasks. See or call 717-253-6553 for more details.


HELP OFFERED: Childcare will watch your child for you while you work live in Schoe-­ neck area. Have a associates degree in child care. Please call 717-669-3372.

HELP OFFERED: Patio, walkway, retaining wall in-­ stallation. Quality work, affordable prices. Insured. Call 717-333-4358. PA119200

HELP OFFERED: Weekly, bi-weekly or monthly housecleaning. Please call for a free estimate. 30 plus years experience. Candy, 717-701-6832.

HELP OFFERED: Joe’s Lawn Mowing Service. Trouble doing your yard work? No time, energy or don’t like yard work? Clean-ups, mulching, much more. 717-869-3237.

HELP OFFERED: A-Clean Hometown Services. Your full service cleaning com-­ pany. Homes and offices. Move-ins, move-outs. Regular service or emer-­ gency cleanings. Call 717336-4854. HELP OFFERED: Need your business or home cleaned? Willing to clean evenings or Saturdays. Experience, re-­ sponsible and affordable. Call 610-763-1637.

HELP OFFERED: Deb’s Dog Grooming, worked for Dean and Lisa Martin at kennel 16 years. For appointment call, 717-917-1851.

Home & Lawn Care

Cleaning Services

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/in-­ sured. PA#103368.

PREVO CABINETRY is accepting applications for


Experienced Server Needed



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Experience required. Send resume to or apply in person at 26 Cocalico Creek Road, Ephrata

Evenings & Weekends

Apply within:

Two Cousins Pizza • 1215 N. Reading Rd., Stevens

HELP OFFERED: Lawns to mow. Ephrata/Akron area. Reasonable rates. Call 717859-3945.

HELP OFFERED: Brian’s Lawn & Landscape. Weekly HELP OFFERED: Cleaning mowing, spring clean-up. homes, apartments. Low Residential & commercial. rates, references, honest, re-­ 717-468-5086. liable. Weekly, bi-weekly, monthly. Call Tammy, 717- HELP OFFERED: New con-­ crete walks, steps, patios, 271-1220, 717-733-5124. driveways. Insured, quality work, reasonable. Lloyd Zei-­ set, 717-330-2886. PA025124

HELP OFFERED: In home day care has immediate openings available, extended AM hours. 717-471-5755.

HELP OFFERED: Income tax preparation, over 20 years experience, personal and business income taxes done, will pick-up and de-­ liver free. Also, do book-­ keeping and payroll and Quickbooks. Reasonable prices. Call Russ, 717-3366052.

HELP OFFERED: Furniture and chair repair. Small wood projects. Call Rick at 717-406-6626.

HELP OFFERED: Ladies, come home to a clean house. Christian lady will do your cleaning. Honest, reliable. Call 717-859-2502.

BAKERY PRODUCTION MANAGER Shady Maple is seeking a full-time production manager for our bakery department. The candidate will have a strong bakery background and also understand production standards. The candidate will also have a minimum of 5 years’ bakery management experience in a bakery environment which produces from scratch. Shady Maple bakery is a growing department and is seeking someone who is ambitious and knowledgeable in the bakery industry. Qualified candidates may forward resume to: or Shady Maple Route 23, East Earl, PA 17519



Class 8 Parts, Inc., a heavy duty truck parts distributor, is looking for friendly, positive, reliable and dedicated people to join our growing company.

FULL-TIME Warehouse Associate

Qualified person must possess the following: Ability to multi-task, detail oriented, positive attitude, self motivated, basic computer skills, and the ability to provide excellent service to our customers. We are willing to train an enthusiastic individual. *Some heavy lifting is required* Benefits Include: Health Ins./Eye/Dental, Vacation, 401K Plan

HELP OFFERED: Expert home repairs, remodeling, alterations, improvements. 40 years experience. Call Rick, 717-733-8331. HELP OFFERED: Quality interior painting. Call 717333-4358. PA119200 HELP OFFERED: Trim or re-­ move overgrown hedges and shrubs. Chip brush piles. Free estimates. 717336-5240. HELP OFFERED: Lawn mowing, edging, mulching, trim shrubs, spring cleanup. Beat the spring rush and schedule today! Call Scott at Exterior Appearances. 717-738-8086.


Flaggers starting $12.50 hourly & Crew Chiefs starting $13.22 to set up & direct traffic around construction sites. A valid PA Driver’s License & clean driving record are a must. Good benefits. If interested, please fill out an application at

1782 North Reading Road, Stevens, PA on Thursday 10am-2pm or online at

BUS CLEANER NEEDED Part-Time/Weekends/Evening-Night Shift. Rotates weekends and occasional weekdays. Shifts start at approximately 6:30pm, shift length varies. Starting pay $11.00. For more information, call (717) 721-5166. Apply in person or send resume to

1685 West Main St., Ephrata, PA 17522

E-mail resume to: OR Send resume to: Class 8 Parts, Inc. 220 Orlan Rd., New Holland, PA 17557 Attn: Tara Zimmerman

FULL-TIME PERMANENT JOB! Leading manufacturer of investment castings has an immediate opening for the following position,

a Diproom operator on our 2nd shift. Job Requirements: Must have computer & math skills, able to lift 50 lbs. & work overtime and weekends, ability to multi-task and a strong desire to participate in the success of our organization. Pay increase possible after 90 days probationary period and then annually. Shift differentials. Benefit package includes medical, dental, vision, prescription, life and disability insurance and 401K. Paid vacation plus 10 paid holidays. Pre-employment physical, hearing test and drug screen required.

Apply in person, email, call 717-866-9009 or fax 717-866-2369.



640 S. Cherry St., Myerstown, PA 17067 EEO/M/F

F/T Experienced

Truck Technician

1st Shift (Mon.-Fri.) • SIGN ON BONUS We are looking for an experienced/qualified Truck Technician. The ideal candidate should have 3 years prior recent experience, 3 years clean driving record, CDL-A and PA inspection license (or able to acquire these certifications within one year). We offer competitive wages, full benefits package & uniforms with annual shoe allowance. Qualified candidates may inquire with Tim Fals at 717-733-6556 Or apply online at our website: Lester R. Summers, Inc. 40 Garden Spot Rd., Ephrata, PA 17522 717-733-6556 E.O.E.


Finishing & General Labor Openings Are Available Immediately Shift differentials. Company paid benefit package includes medical, dental, vision and prescription, life insurance, disability, 401K, paid vacation plus 10 paid holidays. Job Requirements: Must be available for any shift and a strong desire to participate in the success of our organization. Able to lift up to 50 lbs. Pre-employment drug screen required. Apply in person, email, call 717-866-9009 or fax 717-866-2369.


640 S. Cherry St., Myerstown, PA 17067 EEO/M/F

10B - Wednesday, March 7, 2018 - Say You Saw It In “The Shopping News” HELP OFFERED: Exterior HELP WANTED: G&I Jani-­ and Interior Home Im-­torial is looking for janito-­ provements, windows, sid-­ rial staff for first and third ing, roof repairs, decks. shift, 6 days a week. $10 to Concrete pads/walks. Re-­ $12. Contact Paul. 717moval of debris. Competi-­ 445-5386. tive prices. Call Jim, 717HELP WANTED: Drivers, 305-0385. Class-A CDL: Increased pay & new trucks. Dedicated routes. No CDL? No problem. Call Swift today. 855-2922945.

Help Wanted

HELP WANTED: Now hir-­ ing cashiers at Charlies Fuel & Deli, 1634 West Main, $10.00 hour, 36 hours week. Call 717-6298907.

HELP WANTED: Modular Home Erectors needs qual-­ ified employees with a valid drivers license, willing to travel, preferred shingle in-­ stallers, exterior siding in-­ stallers and willing to do all facets of setting modular housing. Please call, 717733-0506 for details. HELP WANTED: Nolt’s Auto Parts in Denver is hiring Part Time Delivery Drivers. Apply in person at 1016 Dry Tav-­ ern, Denver.

Concrete Finishers and Laborers


Ephrata Library, March 7th (2-5) Students Welcome!

Must be hard working, dependable, and a team player. Local work. Experience preferred but not a must.

General Laborer Picker/Packers - PT-FT Shifts Available in Denver area $10.50 Servers/Bussers/Host Days/Evenings/Weekends $10-$13

Reiff Concrete, LLC

Ephrata Lancaster Office In-House Office In-House Morning Afternoon Job Fair Job Fair

March 8th (8-12)

HELP WANTED: Now hiring HELP WANTED: Lawn mow-­ HELP WANTED: Part-time, full-time drivers, Class A ing and landscaping help. may lead to full-time, Ac-­ tractor trailer, Class B & C Entry level position. Willing counting Assistant. Duties straight truck, Monday-Fri-­ to train dedicated person. include customer billing; day, Regional P/U & del. Call Scott at 717-738-8086. tracking employee vacation/ PTO; log vehicle mileage; as-­ Home every night. Use pal-­ let jack for unload and load. HELP WANTED: Now hiring sist with year end respon-­ Apply online, www.way part-time housekeeping. Ap-­ sibilities, filing. Salary based Ab-­ ply at Red Roof Inn, compet-­ on experience. No phone solutely no phone calls itive wages. We will train. calls, pleas submit resume to please. Weekends a must. Call 717- mgarner@proguardcoatings. 336-4649. 2017 N. Reading com. HELP WANTED: Drivers. Im-­ Road, Denver. HELP WANTED: Growing mediate openings! Northeast .50cpm all miles. Shorthaul HELP WANTED: Roofers and lawn care and landscape .60cpm all miles. Guaranteed Siding Installers. Must have business looking to hire. home every weekend. 1yr experience and drivers li-­ Wage based on experience. Class-A. Call 888-532-2904. cense. Local company offer-­ Call 717-587-8542 or email ing year round work and ben-­ hoffertpropertymaintenan HELP WANTED: Affordable efits and package. Competi-­ Paving & Excavating is look-­ tive wages. Please call M&E ing for office staff, PT or FT, Roofing LLC at 717-626- HELP WANTED: Looking for 2 part-time sandwich art-­ proficient in Quickbooks, 4253. ists to work in a fun, fast payroll certified, experience with MS office.Construction HELP WANTED: Wollman paced friendly work envi-­ experience is a plus but not Home Improvement needs ronment. Responsibilities necessary. Applications are help to build decks & porch-­ include food prep, grill, reg-­ available online, es, good pay, experience pre-­ ister and clean-up. Week-­ or ferred, but not required. 717- ends a must. Please email call 717-627-0364. 808-5548.

47 Pleasant Valley Road, Ephrata, PA 17522


March 8th (4-6)

Professional: HR Assistant * AP/AR * Call Center High Skilled Positions Available: CNC Programmer/Operator Extrusion Operators Engineer * Maintenance Tech Safety Risk Manager

Ephrata & Lancaster Offices In-House Job Fairs All Week Long! 3/12-3/16 8:00am - 4:00pm

Ephrata Office 717-336-5959

Shady Maple is seeking a candidate who possesses a wellrounded knowledge and experience in Safety and Work Comp and OSHA compliance, as well as a strong understanding of the functionality of a Human Resource office. The qualified candidate will have a minimum of 5 years of experience in Safety, OSHA and Work Comp, as well as Human Resource office functions. Qualified candidates may forward resume to:


Please always feel free to stop by and apply or visit our website: for more openings.

FT SAFETY/ HUMAN RESOURCE ASSOCIATE or Shady Maple Route 23, East Earl, PA 17519

Lancaster Office 717-945-6601

HELP WANTED: Slice of Ita-­ ly now hiring, looking for FT or PT Short order cooks. Job includes cooking, job preparation and cleaning. Experience preferred. Must be hard-working, reliable and clean. Apply in person at 400 Earle St, Terre Hill. 717-445-9191

Wanted WANTED: Antiques, one piece to an entire estate. Buying estate jewelry, gold/silver. All costume jewelry including old rings, vintage clothes, hats, furs, hankies, record albums, watches, CD’s. Uncle Funky’s 1-484-4329770, 717-733-0003.

If you’re looking for a full-time position with varied duties,

this job is for you...

This Front Office Customer Service position includes assisting customers on the phone and in person. The job encompasses aspects of ad placement, printing orders, assisting with rental property management and many additional duties. The position requires a person who is not only accurate, organized and self-motivated, but can multi-task as well. Familiarity and proficiency with Microsoft Office programs is imperative. This position is 40 hours per week (day shift) and every third Saturday morning. Benefits include health insurance, 401k and paid vacation. If you’re outgoing, personable and would enjoy the challenge of having various job duties, please send your resume, including salary requirements to:


SHOPPING NEWS of Lancaster County

Hocking Printing Co., Inc. 615 E. Main St., P.O. Box 456 Ephrata, PA 17522 or email

for the career that is right for you?


Do you have excellent customer service skills? Do you enjoy working in a team environment? Do you want to grow with a stable and community minded organization? We may have the opportunity that is right for you!

All motivated applicants must be able to lift 30 lbs. and stand/walk for an 8 hour shift.


• Salad Bar Attendant - Part-


• • • •

• Cake Decorator - Experienced, time, days & weekends full-time Dishwasher - Part-time, days, • Floral Designer/Store Manager - Experienced, fullevenings & weekends Short Order Cook - Parttime time, days • Deli Clerk - Evening and Produce Clerk - Part-time weekend, part-time, must be at Banquet Servers - Part-time least 18 years old as needed, must be at least 18 • Hostess - Part-time, weekends, years old must be at least 18 years old Apply online at EOE 14 S. Tower Road, New Holland, PA 17557


Visit our Blue Ball Job Fair •

Assemblers Welders Customer service reps – parts counter sales

• •

800-292-4752 or 717-354-4971 Email:

Applications can be submitted on our website:

MDS Coordinator

• Full-time day shift position with full benefits package. RN with MDS experience preferred.

Like hands-on work? Have a positive attitude and a willingness to learn? Our 3rd-generation, family-owned local company is looking for: •


• •

All applicants will be considered Will train, no experience necessary 4- and 5-day work weeks with potential for overtime Both day- and night-shifts available Wages starting at $16 per hour

JOB FAIR: Wednesday, March 7 2:30 – 6:30 PM

(1194 Main Street, Blue Ball, PA)

Cer�fied Nursing Assistant

• Full-time eve. shift with full benefits package. • 32 hr./week eve. shift with benefits. • Part-time every other weekend plus PRN.

Resident Care Assistant • Day shift, 30 hrs./week with benefits.

Dining Server

• Part-time position, 2 days a week, including every other weekend 333 Wheat Ridge Dr. Ephrata, PA 17522 717.354.1800 Fax:717.354.1844

*All applicants must support the mission & values of Fairmount* EOE

Say You Saw It In “The Shopping News” - Wednesday, March 7, 2018 - 11B

WANTED: Vinyl records & FOR RENT: Three bed-­ two baths vacation musical instruments: Pay-­ rooms, home in Ocean Pines, Ma-­ Apartments ing cash. Top dollar paid ryland. Canal front, sleeps for your vinyl records- all ten, fifteen minutes drive WANTED: I buy houses for to Ocean City. For more in-­ cash, regardless of condi-­ styles and genres, 33s, formation, rates, available FOR RENT: Akron area 2BR tion. Quick settlement in 2 45s & 78s. Guitars, amps, weeks, pictures, please email first floor, appliances, AC, weeks. Local Lititz buyer. clarinets, trumpets, any-­ 1 4 6 t e a l c i r c l e o p @ g m a i l laundry and trash removal 717-278-5880. thing music! We love it all. .com, call or text, 717-330- included. No smoking, no 5354. WANTED: $50-$500 paid for Call or stop by today, Li-­ pets. $635. 717-626-0474. junk autos. Free removal. titz Music Company, 47 S. FOR RENT: Rooms in Den-­ Call anytime, licensed, in-­ Broad Street in Lititz. 717ver, close to Turnpike. 484- FOR RENT: Secure building, sured, bonded. All paper-­ www.lititz 269-0441. square of Ephrata, upscale work taken care of legally. 627-4929. 717-989-6980. 1BR, deck, washer/dryer,

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Friendship Community is excited to host the annual Friendship Heart Gallery Art Auction on Thursday, March 29 at PA College of Health Sciences (850 Greenfield Road, Lancaster). The night will feature a silent and live auction, with 45 works of art created by Artists with Intellectual Disability and Autism. The silent auction and opportunity to meet the Artists starts at 6:30 p.m. The live auction begins at 7:30 p.m. All of the artwork was created at the Friendship Heart Gallery Studio (a program of Friendship Community) on North Water Street in Lancaster. Artwork that will be auctioned includes watercolor, acrylic and mixed media. Significant hors d’oeuvres will be served during the event. Tickets can be purchased by calling 717-656-2466 ext. 1101.

Miller Achieves Dean’s List

Mary Miller, Lititz, earned Dean’s List honors for the fall 2017 semester at Mount St. Mary’s University.

9 Puodziunas Named To Dean’s List

Lake Erie College’s Benjamin Puodziunas of Reinholds has been named to the fall 2017 Dean’s List. Any degree-seeking student who has earned at least nine semester hours of credits at the college during a single academic term and achieved a semester grade point average of 3.50 or higher in a given semester is recognized as a Dean’s List student for that semester.

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Megan McLaughlin, daughter of Matthew and Shirley McLaughlin, is in the eighth grade at Cocalico Middle School. She performed “In My Own Little Corner” by Richard Rodgers at the club’s February meeting. Megan began singing and playing in fourth grade and she is self-taught on the piano. Her musical activities also include playing the clarinet. Her future plans include college with a career in medicine. Her other interests include basketball, lacrosse and academics. Shown in the photo is Megan McLaughlin and Women’s Club President, Nancy Hamill.


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Freshman in the fall and is a graduate of Cocalico Senior High School. • Haley Mohn of Denver, studied Business Management as a Senior in the fall. • Marie Osias of Denver, studied Applied Health as a Sophomore in the fall. • Jessica Plunkett of Leola, studied Accounting as a Senior in the fall and is a graduate of Conestoga Valley Senior High School. • Brett Reifsnyder of New Holland, studied Criminal Justice as a Senior in the fall and is a graduate of Pequea Valley High School. • Jessica Ruth of New Holland, studied Healthcare Administration as a Junior in the fall and is a graduate of Garden Spot High School • Stacey Schaefer of Reinholds, studied Psychology as a Senior in the fall and is a graduate of Burnsville Senior High School. • Makenzie Sensenig of Reinholds, studied Occupational Therapy as a Junior in the fall and is a graduate of Cocalico Senior High School. • Jamie Shelly of Ephrata, studied Early Childhood Education with Special Education as a Senior in the fall and is a graduate of Harrisburg Area Community College. • Casey Shirk of Leola, studied Healthcare Science as a Senior in the fall and is a graduate of Conestoga Valley Senior High School and Harrisburg Area Community College. • Meghan Shober of Stevens, studied Behavioral Health as a Senior in the fall and is a graduate of Cocalico Senior High School. • Rachel Smiley of Narvon, studied Criminal Justice as a Freshman in the fall and is a graduate of Conestoga Christian School. • Joseph Strangarity of Denver, studied Finance as a Junior in the fall and is a graduate of Harrisburg Area Community College. • Laura Texter of Ephrata, studied Applied Health as a

Sophomore in the fall. • Kylie Weaver of Ephrata, studied Occupational Therapy as a Senior in the fall and is a graduate of Octorara Area High School. • Jordan Wissinger of Denver, studied Athletic Training as a Junior in the fall and is a graduate of Garden Spot High School and Harrisburg Area Community College. • Alisa Zakharov of Denver, studied Nursing as a Junior in the fall and is a graduate of Cocalico Senior High School. • Andrea Zimmerman of Ephrata, studied Accounting as a Sophomore in the fall and is a graduate of Ephrata Senior High School.

9 James Madison Dean’s List

The following students from the local area were named to the fall 2017 Dean’s List at James Madison University. • Lauren Nicole Schlemmer, Lititz • Ryan Michael Shupp, Denver Students who earn Dean’s List honors must carry at least 12 graded credit hours and earn a GPA of between 3.5 and 3.899.

Hess Named To Dean’s List

Anna Egan Hess, Leola, was named to the fall 2017 Dean’s List at the University of Hartford.

9 Kopan Named To Dean’s List

Andrew Kopan, of Lititz, was named to the Dean’s List for the 2017 fall semester at the University of Alabama. To achieve Dean’s List, a student must achieve an academic record of 3.5 or above.

9 Wilkes University Graduates

The following students from the local area earned degrees at the winter commencement ceremony at Wilkes University recently. • Drue Bullington, Lititz • Andrea Glick, Brownstown • David Houseknecht, Lititz • Danielle Palmer, Denver • Domenic Panza, Ephrata • Brooke Rhoads, Lititz • Katelin Rock, Ephrata

Automotive section Ithaca College Gettysburg Dean’s List College The following students from the local area were named to the Dean’s List for the fall 2017 semester at Ithaca College. • Margaret Crowell of Lititz, a Occupational Therapy major, was named to the Dean’s List in the School of Health Sciences and Human Performance. • Cassandra Hoover of Denver, a Psychology major, was named to the Dean’s List in the School of Humanities and Sciences. • Jessica Rampulla of Leola, a Theatre Arts Management major, was named to the Dean’s List in the School of Humanities and Sciences.


Hinkley Earns Degree

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Recently students from the local area were named to the Gettysburg College Dean’s Honor List and Dean’s Commendation List for the fall 2017 semester. Students whose semester averages were 3.6 or above were placed on the Dean’s Honor List. Students with a quality point average in the range of 3.300 to 3.599 for the semester were placed on the Dean’s Commendation List. Dean’s Honor List

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It is once again time for the annual benefit dinner and auction for the Leola MOMS (Morning Out for Mothers) program of Forest Hills Mennonite Church. This fun event will be held at the church, 100 Quarry Road, Leola, on Friday, March 23. Dinner, which will include homemade soups, beef barbecue, homemade baked goods and other goodies, will be served starting at 5:00 p.m., and the auction will follow at 6:30 p.m. Items up for bid will include a variety of gift baskets, spa certificates, household goods, jewelry, handmade items, baked goods and sponsored outings and events. Homemade peanut butter Easter eggs will also be auctioned off. Leola MOMS is an outreach program that provides the opportunity for women of all ages and stages to socialize with other women from the local community in a Christian environment. For over 40 years, this program has continuously offered friendship, support and a variety of interesting pro­ grams for local women while their children are cared for in a loving, nurturing environment. Childcare is provided for infants to five-year-olds; this includes nursery care and supervised classroom activities for older children. The children’s program is implemented under the guidelines of the Forest Hills Mennonite Church’s Child Protection Policy, which includes screening, back­ ground checks and training for all teachers and childcare providers. For more information about the MOMS program or the auction, contact the church by phone at 717-6566227 or by email at fhmc@

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Located at 945 Hopeland Rd. (Lititz 17543), Clay Township, Lancaster County, PA (Directions: Rt. 322 West of Ephrata, turn north on Yummerdall Road, left on Hopeland Road.)

VINYL SIDED 11/2 STORY DWELLING (Approx. 1400 sq. ft. living space) The first floor contains a living room; dining room; kitchen w/custom cabinets, stove & dishwasher; laundry room; half bathroom; lg. covered front porch; covered back porch. The second floor contains 3 bedrooms w/closets; walk-in closet or nursery off the master bedroom; full bathroom, storage attic, full basement w/concrete floor & outside entrance door; oil fired hot-air furnace. 20’X22’ FRAME 2 CAR GARAGE 11’X20’ FRAME SHED/WORKSHOP LOT SIZE - 4.55 ACRES (M/L) Lot contains approx. 218’ road frontage along Hopeland Road and a large portion of the lot is wooded. This 4.55 acre property is located in a nice rural setting outside of the village of Hopeland in Clay Township’s Agricultural Transition Zone. The dwelling has been updated with new mechanical systems, vinyl siding and replacement windows. Be sure to inspect this nice rural residential property being sold at Public Sale! OPEN HOUSES - Saturdays, March 10 & 17 from 1 P.M. to 3 P.M. or for information or inspection call (717) 738-3080. TERMS OF SALE - $20,000 down payment on the day of sale, balance at settlement on or before May 23, 2018. Purchaser pays both realty transfer taxes. Property sold as is. E. Richard Young, Atty. Sale For:


meet at the WellSpan Cocalico Health Center, 63 West Church Street, Stevens. To register, call 717-7218790. • Taking Charge of Your Diabetes will meet from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Wednesdays, March 21 to April 25. The class provides people who have diabetes with essential day-to-day skills for better blood sugar control. The program includes ten hours of group instruction, initial assessment with a registered dietitian and registered nurse, and follow-up. A family member or friend may attend as a support person. Cost varies by insurance provider. • Pre-Diabetes and Dia­ betes Prevention Group will meet from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Wednesdays, March 7 and 14. The program focuses

on healthy eating, portion control, label reading, phys­ ical activity and behavior changes that can help prevent or delay the onset of diabetes. There is a cost. • Diabetes Support Group will meet at 1:00 p.m. Tuesday, March 13; 2:00 p.m. Thursday, March 8; and 7:00 p.m. Tuesday, March 13, in the conference rooms at the WellSpan Ephrata Health Pavilion, 175 Martin Avenue. The topic will be “Medication Review.” Wellness Programs The Wellness Center of WellSpan Ephrata Comm­ unity Hospital offers a variety of wellness pro­ grams. To register for any program, call the health center at 717-721-8790. • Healthy You will be held from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Tuesdays, March 27, April 3, 10 and 17 and May 15, at

“Horst Auction Center” PUBLIC SALE


WEDNESDAY, MARCH 14, 2018 AT 2:00 P.M.

the WellSpan Cocalico Health Center, 63 West Church Street, Stevens. The program is for adults who want to lose weight, eat healthy and be active. There is a cost. • Grocery Store Tour will be held from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Monday, March 19, at Weis Market, 331 North Reading Road, Ephrata. A dietitian will lead the tour, providing infor­ mation on food labels and comparison shopping. There is a cost. • Safesitter Training will be held from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Saturday, March 31, at the WellSpan Cocalico Health Center, 63 West Church Street, Stevens. Designed for those ages 11 to 14, the class teaches babysitting skills, injury prevention, cardiopulmonary resuscitation techniques and other skills. There is a cost.

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Preview Times - Tuesday, March 13 from 2:00 P.M. thru 5:00 P.M. and Wednesday, March 14 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 on Tuesday, March 13. Sale to be held at the Horst Auction Center, 50 Durlach Rd., Ephrata, PA 17522 FURNITURE - Antique, Vintage, Reproduction & Modern Incl. Bedroom, Dining Room, Living Room, Family Room, Kitchen, Office & Patio (Sets & Individual Pcs.); APPLIANCES; KITCHENWARE; LAMPS & CLOCKS; SILVER; COPPER & BRASS; CAST IRON; AGATE; TINWARE; WOODENWARE; WWII FOOT LOCKER & COLLECTIBLES; CHINA & GLASSWARE; POTTERY; LINENS & TEXTILES; 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 & Debit Card with 3% fee. No out of state checks without prior approval.

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Sale For:


1. GENERAL KNOWLEDGE: What is the word for “W” in the NATO phonetic alphabet? 2. LITERATURE: Who wrote the short story titled “The Monkey’s Paw”? 3. GOVERNMENT: Which one of the amendments to the U.S. Constitution forbids double jeopardy? 4. ROYALS: Who was the daughter of Anne Boleyn and King Henry VIII of England? 5. MYTHOLOGY: What is the Greek counterpart of the Roman goddess Minerva? 6. TELEVISION: Which member of the “Our Gang” cast was shot to death in a dispute at age 31? 7. LANGUAGE: What does the Latin phrase “prima facie” mean? 8. U.S. STATES: Which state’s official song is “Roll On, Columbia, Roll On”? 9. GEOLOGY: What kind of gemstone is actually fossilized tree resin? 10. GEOGRAPHY: What is the modern name of the country of “Cymru”? Answers 1. Whiskey 2. W.W. Jacobs 3. Fifth 4. Queen Elizabeth I 5. Athena 6. Carl Dean Switzer, who played “Alfalfa” 7. Based on the first impression 8. Washington 9. Amber 10. Wales


SHOPPING NEWS of Lancaster County



“Lifetime Collection” FRI., APRIL 20, 2018 at 1:00 P.M. Absolute Real Estate & Personal Property SAT., APRIL 21, 2018 at 8:30 A.M. Personal Property 1012 Log Cabin Rd., Leola, PA 17540

Directions: From intersection of Rt. 272 & 772 (Schaum’s Corner), take Rt. 272 south 1 mile. Turn right onto Rosehill Rd. Turn left onto Log Cabin Rd. Go to property on left.


FRI., MARCH 9, 2018 4:00 P.M.-8:30 P.M.

SAT., MARCH 10, 2018 SALE STARTS AT 8:00 A.M. LOCATION: 10 miles E. of Lancaster, PA on Rt. 30E. Turn North on Leacock Rd. at Wells Fargo Bank. Sale is 1⁄2 mile on right. From Rt. 340 turn S. on Old Leacock Rd. Sale is 1 mile on left. • Antiques & Collectibles • New Farm Machinery • Used Equipment 9:00 A.M. • Horses & Mules 12:00 Noon • Carriages, Spring Wagons, Buggies & Carts 11:00 A.M. • Truckloads of Hay & Straw 11:00 A.M. • 600 Plus Handmade Quilts & Quilt Tops 8:00 A.M. • New & Used Hardware & Shop Tools • Household Goods & Furniture. No consignments after 2 P.M. Friday, March 9, 2018. No consignments day of sale. Terms by Sale Committee, 717-768-3869. For consignment info, call 717-768-3512. Shuttle buses will run about every 1⁄2 hour from King’s Acres Rt. 30, Paradise Elementary, Paradise Fire Hall, Paradise Township Building, St. John’s Church, Bird-In-Hand Motor Inn, Cherry Lane Motel, Harvest Drive Motel, Soudersburg Motel Rt. 30, Traveler’s Rest. Delicious food by the Ladies’ Auxiliary. *Buffet Breakfast Sat., March 10 6am-10am at Paradise Fire Hall

4:00 P.M.: REAL ESTATE sells Absolute! 2.6 acres w/nice rancher, brick/alum. siding, built 1967, 2-car attached garage. Approx. 1,650 sq. ft. living area plus semi-finished basement w/fireplace. 3 bedrooms, 11/2 baths, nice kitchen w/bar & appliances, dining room w/ glass sliding door to patio, large living room w/bay window. Many closets. Central vac. Electric heat. Private well & sewer. Outbuildings: 14’x29’ frame, vinyl siding camping shed; 10’x18’ mini barn. Black top drive. Nice landscaping & shade trees. Large lawn/garden area. Warwick Twp. - Lancaster Co. - Warwick School District. OPEN HOUSE: Sat. March 17 & 24, 1-3 P.M. or by appointment. TERMS: $20,000 on deposit auction day. Balance within 60 days. NOTE: Watch for subsequent ads or go to www.MoreAuctionInfo. com for listing of personal property selling Friday & Saturday. See photos at

Auction for:

Forklift provided by Power Pro Equipment, Gap Power Equipment & Hoober Inc.

There will be a 3% buyer’s premium added on credit card transactions. No Out-of-State Checks S999379

Nevin, Andrew, Victor & Gordon Martin Andrew - 717.532.5382 / Victor 717.658.9930 Email: / Lic# 2826L

Earl & Rose Wenger 717.271.3975 Mervin

Say You Saw It In “The Shopping News” - Wednesday, March 7, 2018 - 17B

SALES REGISTER WED., MAR. 7 - 2:00 p.m. - Horst Auction Center, Ephrata. Antiques, collect­ ibles, household goods, tools. Horst Auctioneers. THURS., MAR. 8 - 12:00 Noon - Horst Auction Center, Ephrata. 287 lots of coins and currency. Horst Auctioneers. FRI., MAR. 9 - 10:00 a.m. - Randall L. and Crystal J. Brubacher, 2970 Best Road, Morgantown. 94 acre limestone dairy farm, 2-1/2 story stone 4 bedroom farm dwelling, 1-1/2 story 3 bedroom tenant dwelling, bank barn, free stall barn, shop, garages, equipment building. Real estate at 1:00 p.m. Trucks, farm equip­ ment, tractors, farm/shop items, tools, crops. Kline, Kreider and Good Auction­ eers. FRI., MAR. 9 - 4:00 p.m. & SAT., MAR. 10 - 8:00 a.m. - Gordonville Fire Company 50th Annual Spring Auction. Various craft items auctioned. Friday 4:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Saturday sale starts at 8:00 a.m. SAT., MAR. 10 - 9:00 a.m. - Barbara M. Harding,

260 Golf Road, Lebanon. Tractors, farm machinery, combine, dairy and shop items, IH hit and miss engine. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. WED., MAR. 14 - 2:00 p.m. - Horst Auction Center, Ephrata. Antiques, collect­ ibles, household goods, tools. Horst Auctioneers. THURS., MAR. 15 - 9:00 a.m. & FRI., MAR. 16 8:00 a.m. - Grace E. Seifrit Estate, 1133 Dry Tavern Road, Denver. 64 acre steer/ produce/tobacco farm with stream, 2-1/2 story sandstone dwelling, bank barn, garage/ shop. Real estate at 2:00 p.m. on Friday. Thursday: Farm equipment, tractors. Friday: Primitives, collect­ ibles, antiques, approx. 375 peanut butter glasses. Kline, Kreider and Good Auction­ eers. THURS., MAR. 15 - 5:00 p.m. - Noah M. Oberholtzer Estate, 75 Weidmansville Road, Ephrata. Country 1-1/2 story 3 bedroom dwelling, 2 car garage 22x24, utility/shop building 16x24, 1/2 acre level lot, Zoned NC. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers.



75 Weidmansville Rd., Ephrata. From Ephrata Rt. 322 W. just past Sharp Shopper. Right Weidmansville Rd. Property on right.

SAT., MAR. 17 - 8:00 a.m. - West Earl Fire Com­ pany 30th Annual Auction, 14 School Lane Ave., Brownstown. Quilts, baked goods, plants, lawn and garden equipment, sheds, tools, furniture and more. Quilts at 11:00 a.m. Curvin Horning, Auctioneer. SAT., MAR. 17 - 9:30 a.m. - 1 Owner Coin Collection, 1087 Dry Tavern Road, Denver. Rare coins, silver and gold. Martin and Rutt Auctioneers. TUES., MAR. 20 - 9:00 a.m. - Hometowne Auction, LLC, Garden Spot Fire Rescue, 339 East Main Street, New Holland. Quilts and quilt-related items. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. TUES., MAR. 20 - 6:00 p.m. - Robert L. Leister Estate, 410 South Cedar Street, Lititz. Lititz 3 bed­ room semi-detached home on 0.07 acres. Hess Auction Group. WED., MAR. 21 - 2:00 p.m. - Horst Auction Center, Ephrata. Antiques, collect­ ibles, household goods, tools. Horst Auctioneers. THURS., MAR. 22 - 4:30 p.m. - Farmersville Fire Company 43rd Annual Community Sale, 74 East Farmersville Road, Ephrata.

Quilts, wallhangings, gen­ eral merchandise, tools and more. Martin and Rutt Auctioneers. THURS., MAR. 22 - 5:30 p.m. - Earl Leed Jr. and Donna Meckley, 29 N. 3rd St., Denver. 2-1/2 story brick row home on a 0.08 acre lot with a detached 2 car garage. Art Pannebecker and Brad Wolf Auctioneers, Inc. SAT., MAR. 24 - 9:00 a.m. - Horst Auction Center, Ephrata. Antiques, collect­ ibles, toys, model trains, dolls, household goods, tools. Horst Auctioneers. SAT., MAR. 24 - 9:00 a.m. - Leon H. Kramer Estate, 484 E. Rehrersburg Road, Bethel. Personal property, farm equipment, JD H, trucks, forklift, shop tools, primitives, collect­ ibles, furniture, appliances, coins. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. SAT., MAR. 24 - 2:00 p.m. - Gary and Joan Reddig, 945 Hopeland Road, Lititz. Vinyl sided 1-1/2 story dwelling on 4.55 acres with a 20’x22’ frame 2 car garage and a 11’x20’ frame shed/workshop. Horst Auctioneers. MON., MAR. 26 - 6:00 p.m. - Robert R. Roche, 193 Pennypacker Road, Mohn­ ton. Bi-level home with



built-in garage on a 1 +/acre wooded lot. Barr Davis Auctioneers, LLC. WED., MAR. 28 - 2:00 p.m. - Horst Auction Center, Ephrata. Antiques, collect­ ibles, household goods, tools. Horst Auctioneers. WED., MAR. 28 - 4:00 p.m. - Sensenig Hardware, LLC, 1020 Sensenig Road, Ephrata. Inventory reduction plus consignment auction. Sensenig Auctioneers. SAT., MAR. 31 - 9:00 a.m. - Spring Tool Sale, Horst Auction Center, Eph­ rata. Hit and miss engine, edge tools, metal planes, measuring devices, black­ smithing tools, primitives and more. Horst Auctioneers. SAT., MAR. 31 - 9:00 a.m. - Verna H. Fox, 728 Gristmill Road, Ephrata. 1-1/2 story 3 bedroom dwelling, garage, 4/10 acre lot. Real estate at 1:00 p.m. Furniture/appliances, lawn and garden, collectibles, books, coins, guns. Kline, Kreider and Good Auction­

eers. WED., APR. 4 - 5:00 p.m. - Shirley R. Kochel, 19 East Orange Street, Ephrata. 2 story 3 bedroom semi detached dwelling. Kline, Kreider and Good Auction­ eers. THURS., APR. 5 - 6:00 p.m. - David E. and June C. Sloat, 11 Keeler Ave., Stevens. Tract #1 - Gorgeous 4 bedrooms, 2 bath dwelling, 3/10 acre. Tract #2 - 4/10 acre building lot. Art Pannebecker and Brad Wolf Auctioneers, Inc. FRI., APR. 6 - 4:00 p.m. - David G. and Anna Mary Zook, 5141 Peters Road, Kinzers. Country 5 bedroom split level dwelling, 2 story horse barn/garage/shop, rural 1.1 acre lot. Kline, Kreider and Good Auction­ eers. SAT., APR. 7 - 8:00 a.m. - Harry W. Brower Estate, 270 North Line Road, Stevens. 1 story Holland stone 2 bedroom rancher, 2 (Continued On Page 18B)

Still Accepting Quality Consignments: Inventory reduction plus consignment auction for:

Sensenig Hardware, LLC 1020 Sensenig Road Ephrata, PA 17522

Wednesday, March 28 - 4:00 P.M.

Peter A. Sensenig AU#006002 • (717) 445-5383 •



10 A.M. - REAL ESTATE 1 P.M. 2970 Best Rd., Morgantown. Rt. 322 E. to Honey Brook. Left Rt. 10 N. Right Best Rd. OR Rt. 23 E. from Churchtown toward Morgantown. Right Rt. 10 S. Left Best Rd.

Hometowne Auction, LLC

Quilts & Quilt-Related Items

AUCTION Tues., November 19, 2013

Tues., March 20, 2018 at 9:00 AMAM at 9:00

Holland stone dwl. w/1824 SF, eat-in kitchen w/pantry & appliances, living rm., family rm., 3 bdrms. (1st floor bdrm.), 1½ baths, laundry/mud rm., elec. heat, bsmt. w/outside entrance, cold cellar, attic, 2 car garage w/½ bath & solid dwl. w/plaster walls. Utility/shop bldg. 16x24 w/heated shop area. ½ acre level lot w/mature trees, lawn & garden, macadam circle drive. Zoned Neighborhood Commercial. 1½ sty. dwl. w/large garage plus additional shop bldg. Convenient Ephrata location. Ideal as residence or investment. Estate is serious to sell. Personal inspection by appointment or open house Sat., March 10 from 1 to 4 PM. For brochure or land plotting visit Financing, deposit or bridge loan available to qualified buyer. Call Randal V. Kline 717-733-1006 (Lender NMLS ID #834368) Randal V. Kline Roy E. Good, Jr. Aaron Z. Nolt Curvin M. Horning Lic. #499, #2116, #5064, #3956 717-733-1006

Noah M. Oberholtzer Estate Marlin Z. Oberholtzer 717-201-7872


(Flintville/Schaefferstown Area)



SAT., MARCH 31, 2018 at 11:00 A.M.

LOCATED AT: 2506 S. 5th Ave. (Rt. 897) Lebanon, PA, Heidelberg Twp., Elco Schools. DIRECTIONS: From Rt. 897/501 Schaefferstown, Pa. follow Rt. 897 N. 1-mile to home on right. REAL ESTATE DETAILS: consists of a (1965) 2,573 sq. ft. 5-bdrm brick rancher w/2-car garage on a .40-ac. rural lot. Main floor features a Rutt custom kitchen w/appliances open to dining room w/bay window; laundry & ½ bath; formal living room w/bay window & foyer; full bath; 3-bdrms w/closets; attached oversized 2-car garage; upper level has 2-bdrms & ½ bath; lower level features a large family room w/ FP; canning storage; utility room; 200 amp svc.; heat pump/central AC; water treatment system; public water and sewer; annual taxes approx.: $3,700; 10’x14’ garden shed. OPEN HOUSE: Sat., March 10 & 17 from 1-3PM. For info., call auctioneer at 717-371-3333. Terms: 10% down day of sale, balance on or before 60 days. Attorney: Michael Kane (717) 299-5251. Note: Maintenance free brick rancher; numerous valuable updates throughout; sellers are downsizing and very motivated to sell! Beautiful rural setting overlooking eastern Lebanon Co. farmland located next to Krall’s Mennonite Church. **BROKER PARTICIPATION INVITED! Contact auctioneer at 717-371-3333** Please visit our website at

Auction By: John J. Rutt II 717-587-8906 Michael J. Martin 717-371-3333 EPHRATA & NEW HOLLAND, PA AY-002189-L Member of PA & National Auctioneers Assoc.

Auction For:

CARL S. & VERA MAE ZIMMERMAN (Sheldon 717-821-3067)

2½ sty. stone farm dwl. w/2952 SF, eat-in kitchen w/custom cabinets, family & living rms., office, mud rm., 4 bdrms., 2 baths, oil HW heat, central AC, 2 car garage. Tenant Dwl: 1½ sty. dwl. w/1404 SF, eat-in kitchen, living & family rms., bath, 4 bdrms., laundry, 2 car garage. Outbldgs: bank barn 48x76 w/free stall barns 84x92 & 48x98, heifer barn 44x148, dairy setup w/2000 gal. muellar tank, double 10 Herringbone parlor (120 head cow facility), (3) concrete silos, 3 car garage 32x22, heated shop/garage 36x48, equip. bldg. 48x82, 3-feed bins, 3 bunker silo trenches & 12x120 manure pit w/ramp. Land: 94 ACRES 75 acres high producing tillable limestone soil, bal. pasture, woods, large spring fed pond & covered pavilion. Zoned Ag. Farm is in Ag Preserve and Clean & Green. Farm has been in Brubacher family for 59 yrs. Known as Welsh Hill Dairy Farm. Good Limestone land, dairy setup for 120 head. Ideally located farm w/2 dwellings. Personal inspection by appointment. For brochure or land plotting visit Financing, deposit or bridge loan available to qualified buyer. Call Randal V. Kline 717-733-1006 (Lender NMLS ID #834368) Tractors/Trucks/Harvesters: * 2001 Claus 840 Chopper w/Claus RU 450 Rotary Type Corn Hd & PU 300 10’ Hay Hd (Hds to Be Sold Separately) * 2001 MF 8780XP 4WD Rotary Combine 6R Corn HD & 15’ Grain Table on Carts (To Be Sold Separately) * MF 3680 4WD Tractor (4WD Needs Work) w/Cab, 5 Spds. w/Hi-Lo Triple Remotes * Oliver 1755 w/Set Back Wide Front Trac. & Diesel * NH L230 Skid Loader w/Fully Enclosed Cab, Heat/AC, DSL, Approx. 2700 Hrs. (1 Owner), Asst. Bucket Sold Separately * Clark Propane Forklift IT Cap * 12’ Deckover Tandem Axle Trailer w/Pintel Hitch & 3500 Axles * ‘89 Peterbilt 10 Wheeler DSL w/Lift Kit, 5&2 Trans, Cummins Eng., 22’ Eby Alum. Dump Bed w/High Lift Tailgate for Forage * ‘88 Freightliner w/Ext. Frame & Detroit Eng. (Eng. Needs Work) * ‘88 Int. Tandem Axle Truck w/Airride, 435 Eng., 4500 Gal. Manure Tank & Wide Floater Tires * ‘78 White Tandem Axle Truck w/10 Spd. Trans & 350 Cummins & 4500 Gal. Manure Tank w/Vacuum * Int. 1000 Gal. Spray Truck w/Cat DSL GPS Monitor, Approx. 40’ Coverage, Hyd. Booms, Floater Tires, 1 Yr. Old Pump * 2007 Honda 500 4WD 4 Wheeler * 2005 Honda Liq. Cooled 450R 2WD 4 Wheeler White 6100 6RN No Till Corn Planter w/Foam Markers & Dry Fert. Appl., JD 750 No Till Drill w/Double Disc Openers & Press Wheels, Gehl 2415 15’ Discbine w/Pivot Carrier For Transport, N. Idea Mod. 4332 16 Wheel Bifold Rake, Miller Pro Forage Blower, Dry Hill 6”x12’ Long Trailer Type Manure Pump, 18’ Bale Thrower Hay Wagon, Woods 3Pt. 6’ Mower (New), Davis Backhoe, Skidloader Compatable, Skidloader Post Hole Digger, Claus/ Steiner 3Pt. Double Discharge Snowblower, Misc. Tires & Tractor Weights. Crops/Cow Items: Approx. 1800 Ton Corn Silage, 500 Ton Haylege, 6500 Bu. Hi Moisture Corn, 50 Lg. Bale “Good” Grass Hay, 25 Bales of Wrapped Baleage, Raytec Calf Cart, 30 Calf Hutches, Calf Puller, Hip Lift, Shaeffer Fans. Shop Items: Porter Cable 7HP 80 Gal. 175 PSI 220 Twin Cyl. Air Comp., 20T Press, Continuous Weld Lincoln Welder, Welding Table & Supplies, Anvil, Dewalt Grinder, Columbia 5” Vise, Central Mach. Bench Grinder, Delco 5HP Washer (Steam Part Needs Work), Franklin Air Jack, A Frame Beam & Hoist, Lincoln 2T Floor Jack, 8 Over 5 Craftsman Tool Box, Acety. Torch & Cart, Handyman Jack, Barrel Cart, Tandem Axle Dolly, Loop Cables, Portable Rolling Metal Steps, Top Links, Chain Ratchets, Implement Jacks, White Plow Parts, Disc Blades, Lg. Asst. of Craftsman Tools, (5) 5 Drawer Sliding Parts Compart. w/Product Bolt Cutter, 2 Man Saw, Orchard Ladder, 2 Wagons of Farm Related Items & Tools. NOTE: Terms cash, PA check or major credit cards. Food stand. Auction starting 10 AM w/wagon load, tools, followed by shop equip., going directly to farm equip. & tractors. Be prompt. Everything may be sold prior to Real Estate. Randal V. Kline Roy E. Good, Jr. Aaron Z. Nolt Curvin M. Horning 717-733-1006 Lic. #499, #2116, #5064, #3956

Randall L. & Crystal J. Brubacher 484-645-3353 or 610-913-6068


Preview: Mon., Mar. 19,18 Noon to to 4 PM Preview: Mon., November Noon 4 PM


NEXT AUCTION DATE: JANUARY 21,22, 2014 Tuesday, May 2018 CONSIGNMENTS ACCEPTED Quilts & Tops; Wall Hangings & Tops; Quillows, Pillows & Quilt-Related Items AY002166 Aaron Z. Nolt (717) 354-5599 AU5064

S848667 S819194




270 N. Line Rd., Stevens. Rt. 272 N. of Ephrata. Left Wabash Rd. past Four Seasons Produce. Right N. Line Rd. thru Stevens to property on left. (W. Cocalico Twp., Lanc. Co.)

1 sty. Holland stone rancher dwl. w/1530 SF, eat-in kitchen w/birch cabinets, pantry, built-in storage cabinets, living rm., 1st floor laundry/mudrm., 2 bdrms., 1½ baths, full bsmt. w/partial finish rec rm. 15x39, oil HW heat, mini split AC unit, plus (2) bonus rms. 15x19 & 13x19, attached breezeway & 2 car garage all on level 1/3 Acre lot w/rear farmland boundary, macadam drive, on-site well & septic, 10x12 utility bldg. NOTE: Estate serious to sell. Well maintained rancher, low maintenance. Ideal as residence or investment. Convenient location, minutes to Ephrata & Reamstown. Personal inspection by appointment or open house March 17, 24 & 31 from 1 to 4 PM. For brochure or land plotting visit www. Financing, deposit or bridge loan available to qualified buyer. Call Randal V. Kline 717-733-1006 (Lender NMLS ID #834368)

Randal V. Kline Roy E. Good, Jr. Aaron Z. Nolt Curvin M. Horning 717-445-4309 Lic. #499, #2116, #5064, #3956


Harry W. Brower Estate Tom Brower, Exc.: 717-445-0102 Tim Brower, Exc.: 717-484-1045

18B - Wednesday, March 7, 2018 - Say You Saw It In “The Shopping News”


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car garage, utility building, level 1/3 acre country lot. Real estate at 1:00 p.m. Vehicles, trailer, lawn and garden, shop tools, primitives, furniture/appliances, guns, coins. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. SAT., APR. 7 - 11:00 a.m. - David and Edna Martin, 17316 Blacklog Valley Road, Orbisonia. Valuable hunting/recreational prop-

erty, 4 bedroom 2 story cabin/house, 40’x60’ bank barn, stream, 8 acres wooded and open borders farmland. Martin and Rutt Auctioneers. MON., APR. 9 - 6:00 p.m. - Gladys Nauman Estate, 413 Fruitville Pike, Manheim. Stone front and stucco raised ranch style 3 bedroom house with 2 car garage and attached frame 2 car garage. Witman Auctioneers, Inc. THURS., APR. 12 - 6:00 p.m. - Donald W. Colvin, 1330 Lincoln Heights Ave., Ephrata. Brick ranch style dwelling with 12’x22’ attached one car garage. Horst Auctioneers. FRI., APR. 13 - 3:00 p.m. - Naomi K. Beiler, 237 Red Well Road, New Holland. Personal property, diesel

Witman Auctioneers, inc. PUBLIC AUCTION


Monday, April 9, 2018 • 6:00 P.M.

LOCATION: 413 Fruitville Pike, Manheim, PA 17545, Penn Township, Lancaster County

STONE FRONT & STUCCO RAISED RANCH STYLE THREE (3) BEDROOM HOUSE WITH TWO-CAR GARAGE AND ATTACHED FRAME TWO-CAR GARAGE, GOOD LOCATION, COUNTRY SETTING WITH GREAT REAR VIEW 1,563 sq. ft., Lot Size 0.48 Acre, Hardwood Floors & Plastered Throughout, Manheim Central School District. “Highly Motivated Seller - To Settle Estate.” You do not want to miss this one!

Open House Dates: Saturday, March 24 & 31, 12:00-2:00 P.M. For Financing, Photos, Full Listing, See Website: Auction For: Gladys Nauman Estate Todd E. Nauman Ext.

Fine Arts Student Of The Month

Jilian Musser, daughter of Tab and Laura Musser, is in the eighth grade at Cocalico Middle School. She performed “Children Will Listen” by Stephen Sondheim at the club’s February meeting. Jilian began singing in fourth grade. Her musical activities include Middle School Chorus, Select Singers, Band, Jazz Band, Middle School Theater and dance at Signature Dance Studio. Her future plans are to School and local theaters. Swim Team. pursue performing oppor- Other interests include Shown in the photo is tunities in the Cocalico High dancing and the Denver Jilian with Nancy Hamill.


rollback, wrecker, boat, cycle, shop equipment and tools, parts inventory. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. FRI., APR. 20 - 9:00 a.m. - Melvin B. and Norene H. Martin, 383 West Farmersville Road, Leola. 2-1/2 story 4 bedroom farm dwelling, 2 car garage/shop



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bedrooms and attached 2 car garage. Personal property. Martin’s Auction Service. SAT., APR. 21 - 12:00 Noon - G. Robert Ream, Northeimer and Red Hill Road, Narvon. 15.5 acres woodland, 2 tracts selling together. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. SAT., APR. 21 - 8:00 a.m. - Michael S. and Bobbi Lou Boose, 22 Swartzville Road, Adamstown. 3 bedroom rancher, 1 car garage, 1.5


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MONDAY, MARCH 19, 2018



Location: 169 North Groffdale Rd., Leola, PA. If you have farm equipment or tractors you need to replace, this is the place to buy or sell. Approx. 2000 items to be sold, including 100+ tractors. Approx. 1700 registered bidders each year. Reasonable commission rates. Call M.M. Weaver & Sons at 717-656-2321.

Auction By: John J. Rutt II 717-587-8906 Michael J. Martin 717-371-3333 AU-3383-L


NEW HOLLAND, PA Member of PA & National Auctioneers Assoc.


1141 W. Main Street Ephrata, PA 17522 (717) 733-3511



Tuesday, March 20 • 6pm


410 S. Cedar St. Lititz, PA 17543

Location: 2146-2140 Horseshoe Pike, Honey Brook, PA 19344. Auction held at 4315 Division Hwy., East Earl, PA 17519. Garden Spot Fire and Rescue (formerly Blue Ball Fire Company) Park has 41 spaces with approximately 27 presently filled. Paved drive, on-site water, public sewer on 21.90 acre tract. On-site manager maintains water, mowing and general maintenance. Honey Brook Township. Twin Valley Schools. Income and expense information available upon request. Terms: 10% down, balance due at settlement on or before 60 days. Hard to find investment opportunity, with room for growth.

• 3BR, 1.5BA • Detached Garage

See for more details. AY000253L

Auction For: Robert L. Leister Est. Attorney: Marci Miller

717-664-5238 877-599-8894

Terms By: Estate of Martha F. Boisson Linda Boisson Executrix

“Horst Auction Center” PUBLIC SALE


SATURDAY, MARCH 3, 2018 AT 9:00 A.M.

PREVIEW: Friday, March 2 from 1:00 P.M. to 5:00 P.M. and Saturday, March 3 from 7:00 A.M. Sale to be held at the Horst Auction Center, 50 Durlach Rd., Ephrata, PA 17522 **************************************************************************************


* A complete listing can be picked up at the Auction Center for $2.00; or is available with many photos on our website ** All firearms will be sold subject to Federal and State Firearms Laws. *** Accepted Payments: Cash or PA check, Visa, MasterCard and Debit Card with 3% fee. No out of state checks without prior approval.

• 0.07 Acres • Warwick SD

Open House: March 10, 1pm-3pm & March 13, 5pm-6:30pm

Attorney: Brett M. Fegley


26x40, 1 acre rural lot. Real estate at 1:00 p.m. 1980 Triumph Spitfire, hit and miss engine, primitives, collectibles, hunting items, furniture, appliances, utility shed. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. FRI., APR. 20 - 1:00 p.m. & SAT., APR. 21 - 8:30 a.m. - Earl and Rose Wenger, 1012 Log Cabin Road, Leola. Real estate on Friday at 4:00 p.m. 2.6 acres with nice rancher with 3


LOCATED AT: 1087 Dry Tavern Rd. Denver PA 17517 DIRECTIONS: From Rt. 897 & Rt. 272 intersection, travel South on Rt. 897 for approx. 4 miles to Fivepointville Fire Co. on right. BRIEF LIST: 179 Lots Coin & Currency; 2½, 5, 10 and 20 Dollar Gold Coins; Morgan and Peace Dollars; Standing Liberty Quarters; 40% Silver Ike dollars; Bulk lots of silver Dimes, Quarters, and Half dollars; Proof and Mint Sets; Liberty V & Buffalo Nickels. Please visit our website at for catalog. FOOD IS SERVED AT THIS AUCTION NO BUYERS PREMIUM AT OUR AUCTIONS

Auction By: Witman Auctioneers, Inc. Luke R. & Clarke N. Witman, Douglas L. Ebersole (717) 665-5735 • (717) 665-1300

1:00 P.M 30, 2018 • H C R A Y, M FRIDA

engines, Yazoo mower, McCormick engine, tools, tiller, coins, guns, toys. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. SAT., APR. 14 - 10:00 a.m. - James W. and Donna Baskin, 34 Fretz Road, Perkasie. Farm machinery, tractors, shop tools, collectibles. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. TUES., APR. 17 - 5:00 p.m. - Lester E. and Christine L. Martin, 280 Long Lane, Lititz. Country 1-1/2 story 3 bedroom rancher, 3.1 acre wooded lot. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. TUES., APR. 17 - 6:00 p.m. - H. James Brubaker, 610 Woodcrest Avenue, Lititz. Stone/brick ranch style dwelling with attached 21’x23’ 2 car garage, attached 10’x11’ shed/workshop. Horst Auctioneers. THURS., APR. 19 - 9:00 a.m. - Joseph C. and Kelly Olszewski, 2241 Robert Fulton Highway, Peach Bottom. Auto repair garage, 14’x70’ 2 bedroom mobile home, 8/10 acre. Real estate at 1:00 p.m. Vehicles,

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THURSDAY, MARCH 29 • 5 P.M. 44 Park St., Akron. From Ephrata Rt. 322 E. Right Bethany Rd. at East End Mart. Left N. Farmersville Rd. Right Park St., property on left.

West Earl Fire Co. 30th Annual Auction West Earl Fire Co. - 1430th SchoolAnnual Lane Ave,Auction Brownstown - 14 School Lane Ave, Brownstown

Plenty of good food and refreshments including: Pulled Plenty of good food andCut refreshments including: Pork Sandwiches, Fresh French Fries, Soft IcePulled Cream Pork Sandwiches, Fresh Cut French Fries, Soft Ice Cream & Much More! & Much More! * Accepting Quality Donations & Consignment * * Accepting Quality Donations & Consignment * Drop off dates and times: March 13 & 14 6-9 PM Drop March off dates March 13 & 14 6-9 PM 16and 12-9times: PM or by Appointment March 16 12-9 PM or by Appointment For more information please call: For moreHorning information please call: Curvin @ 717-606-2226 Curvin 717-606-2226 Chris Horning Pursel @@717-314-3050 Chris PurselOberholtzer @ 717-314-3050 Baked Goods: Wilmer @ 717-824-1526 NO SUNDAY CALLS PLEASE Baked Goods: Wilmer Oberholtzer @ 717-824-1526 NO SUNDAY CALLS PLEASE

No Pets, No Tires, No Hazardous Materials, No Yard Sale Items. WEFC reserves the right to refuse anyNo andYard all items. No Pets, No Tires, No Hazardous Materials, Sale Items. WEFC reserves the right to refuse any and all items.

Spacious split foyer dwl. w/1,660 SF, eat-in country kitchen, living rm., 3 bdrms., 2-1/2 baths, laundry, large family/rec. rm. w/LP gas fireplace, elec. heat, central AC, low maintenance exterior, 2 car garage. Outbldgs.: detached 2 car garage/shop 28x28, utility bldg. 8x12, 4/10 acre rural country corner lot. After 29 years owner is downsizing & serious to sell. “Move in” condition w/spacious rms., 4 car gar. area. Ideal as residence or investment. Convenient location. Personal inspection by appointment or open house Sat., March 10, 17 & 24 from 1 to 4 PM. For brochure or land plotting visit Financing, deposit or bridge loan available to qualified buyer. Call Randal V. Kline 717-733-1006 (Lender NMLS ID #834368) Randal V. Kline Roy E. Good, Jr. Aaron Z. Nolt Curvin M. Horning Lic. #499, #2116, #5064, #3956 717-733-1006


Mabel I. Burkholder Jay Burkholder 717-278-0347 Judy Weaver 717-626-9327

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baths, .28 acre lot. Real estate at 2:00 p.m. Guns and ammo, JD mower and snowblower, Suzuki quadrunner, 30+ clocks, 40+ pcs. carnival glass, jewelry, antiques, furniture. Martin and Rutt Auctioneers. SAT., APR. 21 - 9:00 a.m. - Schoeneck Fire Company, 125 North King Street, Denver, will hold their Annual Mud Sale. Furniture, household goods, lawn and garden items, quilts, crafts, collectibles, flowers, shrubb­ ery and more. Quilts at 12:00 noon. For more info., call 717-336-6767. SAT., APR. 21 - 4:00 p.m. - David S. and Annie A. Beiler, 275 Monterey Road, Bird-in-Hand. Country 1-1/2 story 4 bedroom dwelling, 1-1/2 story garage/shop 22x46 w/2 car garage, 1-1/2 story barn 28x36 w/3 horse stalls, 1 acre. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. MON., APR. 23 - 3:00 p.m. - John C. Wolfe, 477 Fruitville Pike, Manheim. Brick 3 bedroom, 2 bath ranch style house with attached 2 car garage on 1.6 acres. Real estate at 6:00 p.m. Tools, antiques, furni­ ture, personal property. Witman Auctioneers, Inc. MON., APR. 23 - 5:00 p.m. - Randy W. and Louella N. Nolt, 531 Black Horse Road, Reinholds. 4.9 acre farmette, custom 1 story

country rancher, 2 car garage, 1-1/2 story garage/ shop/barn 60x62, pole barn 30x32, fenced pasture. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. MON., APR. 23 - 6:00 p.m. - Raymond M. and Edna S. Burkholder Estate, 803 Glenwood Drive, Ephrata. 4 bedroom brick rancher, .66 acre, 2 car gar­ age, full basement, cen­ tral A/C. Martin and Rutt Auctioneers. TUES., APR. 24 - 5:00 p.m. - Floy E. Baker, 85 Oatfield Drive, Denver. 1 story 3 bedroom rancher, 2 car garage, “Country Mills.” Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. THURS., APR. 26 - 4:00 p.m. - Brian S. and Louise H. Yarnall, 4171 Horseshoe Pike, Honey Brook. Comm­ ercial garage/shop building 54x110, 3 separate garages, level 1 acre lot, large parking area. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. THURS., APR. 26 - 6:00 p.m. - S. Lorraine Cassel, 302 West Sun Hill Road, Manheim. Stone and brick vinyl sided 2 story house with 6 bedrooms, 3-1/2 baths and garages for 4 cars. Witman Auctioneers, Inc. FRI., MAY 4 - 5:00 p.m. - Jay Paul and Louella Z. Martin, 2271 Valley View Road, Narvon. 7.3 acre farmette, 2-1/2 story 4


WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4 • 5 P.M. 19 E. Orange St., Ephrata. Rt. 322 W. to Ephrata. Left S. State St. Left E. Orange St. to property on right. (Ephrata Boro., Lanc. Co.)

bedroom farm house dwell­ ing, 32x75 barn/shop build­ ing, horse stalls, shop. Kline, Kreider and Good Auction­ eers. THURS., MAY 10 - 5:00 p.m. - Everett L. and Laura M. Balmer, 220 S. Lancaster Ave., Schaefferstown. Coun­ try 2-1/2 story 4 bedroom dwelling, 2 story bank barn, 3 car garage, pool, 1.2 acres, 1930 Model A Ford car. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. SAT., MAY 11 - 4:00 p.m. - J.L. Schaeffer and Assoc., LLC, 327 and 329 Park Road, Valley View. #1: Commercial/industrial building with 19,400 sq. ft. 2-1/2 story dwelling, storage units, bank barn, 3.8 acres, zoned industrial. #2: Adjoin­ ing 15 acre tract, zoned industrial. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. SAT., MAY 12 - 10:00 a.m. - David G. and Rachel A. Bergey, 355 W. Church Road, Ephrata. Country 1-1/2 story brick 5 bedroom dwelling, 2 car garage/shop

22x32, 1.1 acre lot. Kline, Kreider and Good Auction­ eers. SAT., MAY 12 - 10:00 a.m. - Gideon S. and Barbara L. Lapp, 1147 Reservoir Road, New Holland. Country 1-1/2 story 5 bedroom dwelling, bank barn 38x56, garage, shop, 3 acres. Real estate at 1:00 p.m. Personal property, furniture, appliances. Kline, Kreider and Good Auction­ eers. TUES., MAY 15 - 5:00 p.m. - Glendon R. and Rachel M. Zimmerman, 256 W. Maple Grove Road, Denver. 1 story brick 3 bedroom rancher dwelling, 1-1/2 story shop/garage building 36x36, 3/4 acre country lot. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. THURS., MAY 17 - 5:00 p.m. - Michael T. and Chris­ tine D. Good, 276 W. Maple Grove Road, Denver. Coun­ try Holland stone rancher, garage, utility building, 4/10 acre lot. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers.

Randal V. Kline Roy E. Good, Jr. Aaron Z. Nolt Curvin M. Horning Lic. #499, #2116, #5064, #3956 717-445-4309

Shirley R. Kochel Dave: 717-917-4199




THURS., MARCH 22, 2018 SALE AT 5:30 P.M.

Located at 29 N. 3rd St., Denver (Denver Boro., Lanc. Co.) From Denver/Reamstown intersection of Rt. 272, take Church St. towards Denver (becomes Main St). Turn right on N. 3rd St. to property on right. Real estate consists of a 2½ story brick row home, built in 1876, containing a large living room with open dining area, eat-in kitchen, and an enclosed porch/mudroom all on the main level. There are three bedrooms upstairs, along with a large full bath. There is approximately 1,562 sq. ft. of finished living space with attic storage above. The full basement, with outside access, contains the laundry as well as a shower, commode, and utility sink. The basement could also be finished into additional living space (family room). Electric baseboard heat. Public water and sewer. All this is situated on a 0.08 Acre lot along with a detached two car garage and a cute, fenced, rear yard. This is a solid home in Denver Boro, with some new windows and doors. A little cosmetic updating would go a long way! The owner is ready to downsize, and they are motivated to sell. You will not want to miss this excellent investment opportunity! Open houses to be held Sun., Mar. 11 and Sat., Mar. 17 from 1-3PM, or by appointment, contact auctioneer at (717) 371-9603. 10% Down day of sale, balance due at settlement. E. Richard Young, Atty. Terms By:


Lic. #AU001476-L Lic. #AU005308-L 717-336-6983

room dwelling, 2 car garage, 1.27 acres. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. FRI., JUNE 1 - 8:00 a.m. - Auction #1 - Dale and Anita Y. Aungst, 120 Kline Road, Bethel. Trucks, trail­ ers, track loaders, equipment, house moving steel beams, steel plates. Auction #2 1:00 p.m. Real estate at 4:00 p.m. 218 Bloody Spring Road, Bernville. 15.8 acre farmette, 2 story stone/frame 3+ bedroom dwelling, 30x70 bank barn, gar./shop, spring, pond, stream, tractors, equipment, trailers, personal property. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers.





1133 Dry Tavern Rd., Denver (Fivepointville). Rt. 897 N. to Fivepointville to farm on left. (Brecknock Twp., Lanc. Co.)



SATURDAY, APRIL 21, 2018 9:00 A.M. QUILTS 12:00 NOON

125 N. King Street, Denver, PA 17517


Looking for good quality consignments sold on commission - Donations appreciated.

2 sty. brick/vinyl Semi detached dwl. w/1238 SF, eat-in kitchen w/appliances, dining rm., living rm., 3 bdrms., full bath, daylight bsmt. w/gas air heat, laundry hook ups, low maintenance dwl. w/covered soffit, fascia & insulated/ tilt windows, covered front & side porches, patio & new 100 amp elec. Level lot w/public water & sewer. NOTE: Economical & low maintenance Semi 3 bdrm. dwl. Owner moving to retirement & serious to sell! Ideal as residence or investment. Low taxes. Personal inspection by appointment or open house March 17, 24 & 31 from 1 to 4 PM. For brochure or land plotting visit Financing, deposit or bridge loan available to qualified buyer. Call Randal V. Kline 717-733-1006 (Lender NMLS ID #834368)

FRI., MAY 18 - 4:00 p.m. - Geraldine McCarty Estate and Mary Lou Wolfe, 305 Snake Lane, New Holland. 61 acres farm and woodland, cropland, woodland, ponds, stream. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. TUES., MAY 22 - 4:00 p.m. - MacCauley Family, LP, 275 Route 41, Gap. 88 acre farm, 2-1/2 story stone dwelling, bank barn, misc. outbuildings (zoned light business). Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. THURS., MAY 24 - 5:00 p.m. - Jonathan M. Gehman, 4 Dianna Drive, Annville. 2-1/2 story colonial 4 bed­

No tires, AC units, windows, doors, NO JUNK. Fire Company has the right to refuse any items. Terms: Cash or PA Check. Drop Off: Thursday, April 19, 3-8pm; Friday, April 20, 8am-8pm No items will be accepted on sale day! Call 717-336-6767 for more information.



THURS., APRIL 5, 2018 SALE AT 6:00 P.M.

Auction for both tracts will be held at 11 Keeler Ave., Stevens (East Cocalico Twp., Lanc. Co.) From Denver/Reamstown redlight on Rt. 272, take Church St. towards Reamstown. Turn second left onto Keeler Ave., to home on right. Tract #1 - Real estate consists of a beautiful 1½ story dwelling, built in 1952, containing a custom, eat-in, cherry kitchen with corian countertops, dishwasher, refrigerator, built-in electric oven/range & microwave; a large open dining/living room combination with fireplace; and a gorgeous four seasons room (addition) with cathedral ceilings and a propane stove all on the main level along with a full bath and one bedroom. The upstairs contains three bedrooms, a full bath and a TV room/office, with ample closets and storage throughout. Offering much more space than it appears from simply driving by, there is approximately 2,624 sq. ft. of finished living space! The basement consists of a workshop along with a laundry hookup and utilities. Propane forced air heat. Central air. Public water and sewer. All this is situated on a 0.32 (+/-) Acre lot along with an integrated 2 car garage, a storage shed, off street parking, and land across Keeler Ave., which borders the creek. There is a beautiful screened-in side porch as well as a stamped concrete patio to the rear of the home. This is a solid, wellmaintained home perfectly situated on a mature side street, yet convenient to major routes. Tract #2 consists of a vacant tract of land (building lot) located between 92 & 100 N. Reamstown Rd. The parcel is 66’ wide x 280’6” deep, totaling 0.425 Acre. It is zoned ‘traditional residential’ which allows for a single family dwelling, as well as a duplex/multi-family dwelling. Public water and sewer nearby. Contact E. Cocalico Township with any specific questions regarding the potential uses of this lot. *For pictures/plot plan, visit (ID#1536)* Open houses to be held Sun., Mar. 18 and Sat., Mar. 24 from 1-3pm, or by appointment, contact auctioneer at (717) 371-9603. 10% Down day of sale, balance due within 60 days. 1% Broker participation offered, call auctioneer for details! E. Richard young, Att’y Terms By:

DAVID E. & JUNE C. SLOAT Lic. #AU001476-L Lic. #AU005308-L 717-336-6983

2½ sty. ‘dated 1847’ sandstone dwl. w/2574 SF, eat-in kitchen, dining, living & family rms, 4 bdrms., 1½ baths, laundry, attic & bsmt., gas stove & elec. heat. Outbldgs: 2 car gar./shop 26x36 w/2nd floor storage, 2 sty. stone/frame bank barn 44x76 w/attached covered feed lot 50x60 w/center bunk feeder, 20’x65’ Harvestore silo all on 64 ACRES w/approx. 40 acres tillable, 10 acres fenced pasture, 14 acres woodland w/mature timber & stream. Farm is in preserve & enrolled in Clean & Green. Zoned Ag. NOTE: Unique opportunity to purchase working farm which has been in the family for 200+ years. Lots of potential. Convenient location. Personal inspection by appointment or open house March 10 from 1 to 4 PM. For brochure or land plotting visit Financing, deposit or bridge loan available to qualified buyer. Call Randal V. Kline 717-733-1006 (Lender NMLS ID #834368) THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 2018 - 9 A.M. Tractors – Equipment – Farm Related: 1978 Ford 3600 3-Cyl. DSL Tractor w/Good Rubber – 1 Owner (Nice & Straight), Farmall 350 Tractor w/PS, TA & Live PTO, Ford 101 3-Btm. Plow, 1-Btm. Trailer Plow, Sm. Disc., Ontario Grain Drill, Stauffer 2R Transplanter, (2) 2-Row Corn Planters, Sm. Cultipacker, 3-Pt. Harrow, 2-Section Spike Harrow, 3-Pt. Cult., 3-Pt. Fert. Spreader, 1-Horse Cult., Flatbed Wagon, Wagon Running Gear, Mayrath Auger, Tobacco Press & Lath, Westinghouse 220-Volt Welder, Sauder Loader, Farm Gates, Axle Hubs, Wheels, Imp. Tires, Feed Cart, Wire Animal Cages, Barb & Woven Wire, Air Comp., Work Bench, Push Mower, Bag Wagon, Old Car Windshield & Seat, Plastic Turkey & Chicken Coops, Early Heavy Homelite Chain Saw, Jack Stands, Floor Jack, Sm. Gas Eng., Sprayer, Wheelbarrow Wheels, Hay Hook, Potato Plow, Wood Ladders, Burlap & Plastic Bags, Radiator & Hubcaps, Asst. Lumber & Wide Boards, Shafts, Imp. Seats, Sm. Wood Panel Doors, Nail Keg, Approx. 4 Wagon Loads of Sm. Farm Related Items. FRIDAY, MARCH 16, 2018 - 8 A.M. Primitives – Collectibles – Antiques.: Approx. 375 Peanut Butter Glasses Including: Black Eye Susan, Yellow Dahlia Autumn, Giant Velvet Flower, 2-Tone Dogwood, Viola, Pink African Violet, Trumpet Vine (see website approx. Feb. 15 for catalog), Approx. 30 Wagner, Erie & Griswald Fry Pans, Sandy Andy 101 Incline Toy Made In Pittsburg, PA, Enterprise Meat Grinder & Cherry Seeder, Approx. 15 Snowcrest & Lincoln Banks, Early Child Tin Tea Set, Tin Chicken Toy, Bonanza Metal Lunch Pail, Brass & Chalk Animals, George Foreman Distillery Apple Brandy Stencil, 1000’s of Marbles, 3-Gal. HP Co. Hawthorn PA Jug & Other Asst. Jugs & Crocks, Milk Pails, Egg Baskets, Glass Butter Churn, White Oak Farm, Creamtop, Penns. & Cloister Milk Bottles, Lg. Butter Print/Mold, Tin Measurer, Detecto Scales, Market Basket, Asst. 1858 Jars, Other Blue Jars & Clear Canning Jars (all sizes), Adv. Yard Sticks, Slawboard, Dietz Lantern, Kero Lamps, Farmer In The Dell Windup Toy, Lg. Asst. of Butcher Knives, Metal & Wood Ice Cream Freezers, Candle Mold, Feed Scoop, Asst. Vanity Cedar Boxes, Wood Boxes, Sad Irons, Cast Iron Book Ends & Trivet, Sunshine Biscuit Tin, Rolling Pins, Waffle Iron, Asst. Size of Records, Early G.E. Radio & Others, Cream Separator, Paul Seifrit Wood Box, Milk Cans, Pickle Jars, Pictures & Frames, Sled, Canes, Grain Cradle, Bird Cages, Kerosene Heaters, 1954 Metal Ephrata Annual Garage Tins, Security Food Cardboard Bucket, Kaff A Bucket, Scalding Troughs, Cast Iron Kettles, Kettle Hanger, Stirrers & Hog Scrapers, Bone Saws, Original Box Palumbo Cigars, Red Edged Agate Pitcher. Glassware: Approx. 35 Hen, Roosters, Duck, Swan, Turkey, Rabbit & Lamb On Nests, Approx. 30 Handled Baskets, Ceramic Christmas Trees, Green Amber & White Fire King, Asst. Hall Pcs., Carnival Bowls, Relish Dishes & Water Pitcher Sets, Cow Creamers, Asst. Footed Bowls, Lg. Asst. Christmas Tree Balls, Davy Crockett Bowls, England Dinnerware, Refrig. Dish Sets, H. Laughlin Dinnerware, Pyrex Dishes, England Ironstone Dishes, Jim Beam Bottles, Wooden & Ivory Type Forks & Knives, Dozens Of Boxes Of Flatware, Asst. Stoneware, Ironstone, Steubenville Pottery Dish Sets, Lg. Asst. Pots, Pans, Cook & Bakeware, 50+ Boxes of Character, Water Pitcher & Tumbler Sets. Furniture: Victrola Talking Machine, Jelly Cupboard, Blanket Chests, Cane Seated Rocker & Chair, Camel Back Trunk, Lowback Dry Sink, Dresser, Porcelin Top Table, Asst. Brds., Table Lamp, Pressed Back Chairs, Kitchen Cab., Wood Boxes, Tier Tables, Metal Porch Chairs, Asst. Tables, High Chairs, Foot Stools, Plant Stands, Area, Oval & Braided Rugs, Kerosene Parlor Stove. Paper Advertising: 1790 Deed of Farm, Early Deeds, Wills & Ledgers From Brecknock & East Earl Twp. From Late 1700 – Early 1800’s, Shirley Temple Song Album, Comic Books, Baseball Cards, Post Cards, Valentine Cards, Davy Crockett & Gene Autry Books, 1905 & 1913 Sunday School Papers & Lesson Cards, Prints, Denver & Ephrata National Bank Bags, 150 Yr. Anniv. of Bowmansville, 100 Yr. Camera Scenes, German & English Family Bibles, Stamps, Calendars, Folding Fans, Jack & Jill, Wizard of Oz, Saturday Evening Post, Farm Journals,Farm Mach. Manuals, 1940 – 1950 PA Farmer’s Mag., 1962 & 1963 IH Farm Equip. Catalogs, Asst. Dairy Mag., Seed Mag., Rural New Yorker, Capper Farmer Mag., Asst. Poultry Mag., Tractor Farming Mag., Toys – Pocket Knives – Misc.: Army Transport Truck, Buddy L Dump Truck & Wrecker, Transit Home Truck, Tonka Crawlers, Farm Tractors & Imp., Texaco Tanker, Ertl Livestock Trailer, Structo Trailer, Wooden Barns, Air Gun, Flintlock Wall Gun, Trooper Cap Gun. Pocket Knives: Barlow, Reagan – Bush, Elvis Presley, Kamp King, US, New Holland – Sperry, 1933 Chicago World Fair, Camp Master, RCMP Canada, John Wayne, Forest Master, Soldier Seal, Key Chains, 1948 Pa Fishing Lic., Elgin & Other Pocket Watches, Paper Weights, Lg. Amount of Costume Jewelry. NOTE: Still unpacking boxes. No auction on property since the 1800’s. Farm in family for 6+ generations. Thursday’s auction to begin 9AM w/ wagon loads of farm related & household items followed by machinery & tractors. Friday’s auction to begin at 8AM w/household items, followed by primitives & collectibles. Approx. 10AM w/toys. Approx. 11:30AM w/Peanut Butter glasses. 2nd auctioneer at 9AM w/household followed by furniture. Real Estate at 2PM. Terms cash, PA check, or major credit card w/3% service fee. Food Stand. See more photos on website. Preview for Friday’s auction on Thursday from 10AM-1PM. Randal V. Kline Grace E. Seifrit Roy E. Good, Jr. Estate Aaron Z. Nolt Lamar: Curvin M. Horning 717-445-9107 717-445-4309 Bill: AUCTIONEERS Lic. #499, #2116, 717-445-5014 #5064, #3956

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