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The Addams Family Musical Set To Take Stage At Ephrata High School

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Section A

Do You Know...? Page 4A

“Where In The World” April Winner Page 10A Easter Dining & Gifts Page 13A Biblical Message ............. 18A Births.................................... 19A Crossword Puzzle......... 14A “Happy Birthday”.......... 19A Obituaries ............................3A Professor Beam’s “Deitsch Eck”................... 16A Things To Do ................... 13A

The Addams Family Musical - School Edition is a musical comedy based on the Charles Addams cartoons now adapted to the stage. It tells of a young girl, Wednesday Addams, who has fallen for a “normal guy” from Ohio.

He is the most un-Addamssounding person one could be. To make matters worse, she has invited his family to their home for dinner. In one fateful, hilarious night, secrets are disclosed, relationships are tested and the Addams family must

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face the one horrible thing they’ve managed to avoid for generations: change. The Ephrata High School theater will hold this musical on Thursday, April 11 at 7:00 p.m., Friday, April 12 at 7:00 p.m. and Saturday, April 13 at 7:00

Shopping News Photo by Donald Reese p.m. The box office opens at 5:30 p.m. on show nights. Cash or check payment only. There is a cost. All seats are reserved. Shown in the photo (clockwise from bottom

left) are Carly Ludwig (Wednesday), Brett Devlin (Uncle Fester), Cody Emrey (Gomez), Maya Burdick (Mortica), Emma Grande (Grandma) and Riley Martin (Pugsley).

Sue Fisher Finds Her “Cloister Connections”

Student Spotlight Cocalico High School Zoe Smith Lititz Christian School Margaret Coughlin

April 14, 2019

Terre Hill Plans Special Flashlight Egg Hunt

The Terre Hill Days Committee wants to announce a brand new event to share. They will be holding a special Flashlight Egg Hunt at the Terre Hill Park for ages 11 and older at 8:00 p.m. on Good Friday, April 19.

Shopping News Photo by Donald Reese Shown in the photo, from left to right, are John Styer, Noah Keckler and Daniel Styer as they prepare for egg hunt fun. This event is a fundraiser for the Terre Hill Park new building project.

Currently there is a big hole in the ground behind the basketball courts where the new building will be built and they’re on a mission to raise enough money to start construction this (Continued On Page 2A)

In a recent “Chronicon,” which is the newsletter of the Ephrata Cloister Associates, Sue Fisher shared her family connection to Cathrina and Benjamin Gorgas. The Gorgases were Householders who are buried in God’s Acre (Cloister cemetery). “I have always bragged, with a facetious sort of pride, that I am the result of nine generations of pure Lancaster County breeding. Most of the branches of my family tree - Hacker, Martin, Brubaker, Cox, Witwer, Dohner - put down roots in Lancaster County in the early 1700s and settled

Shopping News Photo by Donald Reese within a close radius. I’m sure my ancestors’ paths crossed frequently, and I bet my family tree looks more like a convoluted web than an array of distinct branches. As a guide at this site, I am sometimes asked if I’m connected to the Cloister. Well, I would tell questioning visitors, my father was born in a house across the street, and my aunt went to school at the Academy. In the mid-1800s, my great-great-uncle from Lincoln sold lumber and lime to the church members for a building project…but that was about it. Flimsy,

yes, but sometimes enough to evoke an oooh or an awww from the visitors who thought that any connection to this site was pretty cool. Well, just this summer I found a better answer. I indeed have a deeper, genetic connection to the Ephrata Cloister. A blood connection. Through Family Search, I discovered that my 5X great-grandfather is Benjamin Gorgas, a Householder who is buried in God’s Acre with his wife Cathrina. Had I not been (Continued On Page 2A)

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Terre Hill

Plans Special Flashlight Egg Hunt (Continued From Page 1A)

year! Tickets are available for purchase at the Terre Hill Family Restaurant or at the event. Please make note that the flashlight hunt is specifically for ages 11 and older and will feature

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dozens of prize eggs for gift baskets, electronics, food, cash and other goodies! The revenue from ticket sales go towards the Terre Hill Park new building fund light refreshments included! Don’t forget to bring your flashlight! The annual community egg hunt will still be held on Saturday, April 20 for children ten and under. Admission is free to that event!

Sue Fisher Finds Her “Cloister Connections” (Continued From Page 1A)

involved with the Cloister, as a member of the Associates and as a guide, the revelation that Benjamin Gorgas was my relative would have meant absolutely nothing to me. I would have


The Lancaster County volunteer committee attended The Fresh Air Fund’s annual Friendly Towns Leadership Conference from Friday, February 1 through Sunday, February 3 at the Marriott Marquis in Times Square. Over the course of three days, volunteers participated in interactive workshops with The Fresh Air Fund’s staff and community agency partners. Volunteers attended professional development workshops throughout the conference, with topics ranging from social media to community engagement. A weekend highlight was speeches by Fresh Air alumni. They shared how The Fresh Air Fund’s Friendly Towns Program has had a significant impact on their lives. For more information, call Marcia Weaver at 717-951-8851. Shown in the photo are local volunteer leaders Rebecca Rutt, Jacquelyn Martin, Marcia Weaver, Miriam Smoker, Juanita Horst and Elaine Hurst.


looked at the email from the Family Search website, noted that I had a relative born in the 1700s, thought the Gorgas name sounded funny, and then just added it to my family tree. However, having read about the Gorgas family, having seen the name in the museum and in the Chron­ icon, and having noticed the inscription on tombstones, I was thrilled to realize that I had an actual DNA conn­ ection to a place that has always fascinated me. I was a student guide here in the 1960s, as was my sister Kathy a few years before me. We gave tours on Saturday nights during the Vorspiel era. Coolest summer gig ever! We got to wear some serious costumes, pose for pictures, and act like we knew something about this incredibly com­ plex place. At home were knickknacks my grand­


mother kept - a little sliver of distressed wood siding from the Saron, a stocking stretcher allegedly used by a Sister. My aunt event gave me a dresser she claimed came from a Householder. I dismissed these things as curious family lore. Now, though, that I can follow the maternal family line from Gorgas to Witwer to Cox to me, I can look at those artifacts and these buildings through new eyes. I’m grateful for this increased depth of understanding, for this genetic connection that places my feet on the same paths my ancestors walked. And I’m grateful to Michael Showalter for reassuring me, as did Elizabeth Berthaud, that Benjamin’s change in the tax rolls from “freeman” to “inmate” merely indicated a period as a renter, not as a prisoner, as I feared. I didn’t want a criminal lurking in

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the branches of the family tree. Digging through the Gorgas family tree was challenging because of the redundancy of names, but I learned that my Benjamin connects back to John Gorgas, Sr., and his wife Sophia Rittenhouse Gorgas. I know that one little part of my DNA stretches back to someone who lived on this property, who listened to Beissel preach, who wore the white garb - at least on Saturday - and who under­ stood the vision of those Brothers and Sisters about whom I now share stories. When I tell a curious visitor about the lifestyle of the Sisters, I’m talking about my distant aunt Mary Gor­ gas, Sister Miriam; when I describe the Householders gathering for worship, I am envisioning my 7X greatgrandmother Sophia Gorgas among the women in the balcony. When I talk about the formation of the German Seventh Day Baptist Church, I’m referring to my 5X great-grandfather Benjamin Gorgas who might have shared in that decision making. I wonder - what other connections will I discover?” Look for future “Cloister Connection” articles featur­ ing other local residents and their family connections to the Cloister.

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Obituaries James E. Turner, 69, husband of Andrea, Lebanon, formerly of Leola, passed away recently. Besides his wife, he is survived by a son, Thomas James, Lebanon; a daughter, Jennifer Turner, Lancaster; three grandchildren; and a sister, Carol Farmer, New Providence. Robert Elwood Lichty, 85, husband of Ramona Roth Lichty, New Holland, passed away on Sunday, March 3. Besides his wife, he is survived by two brothers: Richard, husband of Mary Lichty, Lansdale, and Ron, husband of Jan Lichty, New Holland; and three sisters: Ruth, wife of Luke Horst, Narvon; Mary Ann, wife of Phil Eisemann, Ephrata; and Donna, wife of Dave Wise, Denver. Warren E. Clough, 99, Ephrata, passed away on Friday, March 22. He was the husband of the late Mary (Wochomurka) Clough. He is survived by two sons: John, husband of Ruth (Ludwig) Clough, New Holland, and Paul, husband of Joanne Riley, Pittsburgh; 12 grandchildren; and 23 great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by a daughter, Martha Waite. Sandra Lee Jansson, 75, Lititz, passed away on Friday, March 22. She is survived by a son, Robert Mohler Jr.; two daughters: Melanie Johnson, and Michelle Jansson; six grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. Helen B. Grandinetti, 85, Reinholds, passed away on Sunday, March 24. She was the wife of the late Frank J. “Champ” Grandinetti. She is survived by two daughters: Joanne B. Grandinetti, at home, and Mary Ellen Spalding, Philadelphia; three grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; and a brother, Frank Griffin, North Whales. Charles Harold Sagner, 75, husband of Bonnie Nolt Sagner, New Holland, passed away on Monday, March 25. Besides his wife, he is survived by a son, Jeffrey,


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husband of Tricia Sagner; two daughters: Lynn, wife of John Mangle, and Chris, wife of Rob Sengle; and two grandchildren. Brian K. “Chief” Car­ baugh, 53, husband of Jolene N. Williams Carbaugh, Manheim, formerly of Lititz, passed away on Tuesday, March 26. Besides his wife, he is survived by a son, Devin K. Carbaugh, Lititz; one grandchild; two stepsons: Thomas Wanamaker, and Cody Wanamaker; four stepdaughters: Stephanie Collins; Tatania Collins; Kaitlynn Wanamaker; and Amanda Wanamaker; eight step-grandchildren; a brother, David Oburn; and a sister, Denise, wife of Tony Ewing. Mary Ann (Wilson)

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The following listing is for the Lititz Senior Center, located at Lititz United Methodist Church, 201 East Market Street, Lititz. *Note: The Cocalico Senior Center is closed and people will be transferred to the Lititz Senior Center. 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

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The Historical Society of the Cocalico Valley, located at 237-249 West Main Street (Route 322), Ephrata, needs your help! They are hoping that Shopping News readers can provide information regarding this photo. It was taken at the Walter W. Moyer Company annual summer picnic on August 8, 1947 and shown are women on swings. The woman standing on the swing was identified as Mildred Bingeman. If you are able to provide more details about this picture or identify any of the people shown, call The Historical Society of the Cocalico Valley at 717-7331616 or email cjmarquet@ Future “Do You Know…” photos will be published in upcoming Shopping News issues. If a photo is identified, the information will be published. The Historical Society of the Cocalico Valley is dedicated to discovering, gathering and preserving materials and data relative to

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The Ephrata Area Garden Club held their Monday, April 1 meeting at the Udder Choice. Springtime Herbs were presented by Elisabeth Weaver, herb farmer and herbalist. The club learned how to utilize five wild springtime herbs for cleansing and getting your body ready for the changing seasons. For more information, call 717-917-0925. The next club meeting will be held on Monday, May 6.

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Denver Women’s Club Monthly Meeting The Denver Women’s Club held their monthly meeting on Tuesday, March 19 at Faith United Lutheran Church in Denver. The table display was by Christina Stover; hospitality by Gladys Eckenroad and Paula Gilbert; hostesses Pat Brendle and Sandy Reeder; and devotions were read by Ann Roseboro. The program for the evening was presented by Chris Hibbert (shown in the photo), Director of Social Work for Real Life Community. Partnering with Welsh Mountain Health Centers and Lancaster Housing Opportunity Partnership, Real Life Community Services goal is to provide affordable


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housing, affordable health care and local social services. Real Life Community started as a youth ministry in 2010. The next meeting is scheduled for 7:00 p.m. Tuesday, April 16 at Faith


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United Lutheran Church in Denver. The program for the evening “Naturalist” will be presented by Doug Musselman. The Ways and Means Committee is selling cookbooks. The cookbook has favorite recipes provided by club members. Reading Phillies ticket books (six general admission seats for any regular season game) are also for sale. The club is also selling Mr. Car wash coupons. Anyone interested in purchasing any of the clubs fundraisers may do so by contacting Christina Stover at 717-468-7849. If you would like to attend a meeting or become a member you may do so by phoning 717-951-1423.


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Lions Club Student Of The Month Recently the Ephrata Lions Club recognized Ephrata High School Senior, Jenn Stewart as their Student of the Month for March. Jenn is the daughter of Lisa and Dave Stewart. Shown in the photo, from left to right, are Lisa Stewart, Jenn Stewart and Steve Montpetit (Ephrata Lions Club). Jenn is a senior at Ephrata High School. She is a member of the Leos Club since tenth grade and helped with the Ephrata Lions Marathon Bingo, pie sale, 5K Color Run and Christmas in Ephrata. Jenn volunteers with the PlantA-Seed program mentoring elementary students. She is a member of the color guard with the Alive Church, earning first place in the

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New American Legion Riders Chapter Community Awareness Breakfast

Join Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) of Lancaster County for an inspiring, free one-hour breakfast to learn more about how CASA is making a difference in the lives of Lancaster County’s most vulnerable children and how you can help. The event aims to recruit new volunteers, raise funds, and spread awareness about the work of CASA. One of the scheduled

Each year spring brings a promise of new growth and this is true at Ephrata American Legion Post 429. They have always been host to the largest Biker Breakfast in the area on the first Sunday of each month from April to October, but have never had their own American Legion Riders Chapter. In December, the State issued the official Charter to Post 429 so they could start their own American Legion Riders Chapter and on Thursday, March 21, their officers were officially installed. The American Legion Riders meet the first Sunday of every month at 12:30 p.m. Look for their tent at the Biker Breakfasts. The Biker Breakfasts start this month and run every first Sunday through October. Along with the American Legion Riders coming to Post 429, there has been a lot of new activity going on. If you are looking for

something to do, check out the Legion’s Facebook Page (American Legion Post 429) or The Rider’s Facebook page (Ephrata American Legion Riders Post 429). The Riders have been assisting the Sons of the American Legion to renovate the former Rainbow Room at the American Legion which will allow for a pool table, darts, shuffle alley, stage area in the downstairs bar/dining room. They are hoping to have this finished and staffed by sometime this summer so they can adjust their hours of

operation. Feel free to stop by and visit the Ephrata American Legion. They are always welcoming new faces and looking for fresh ideas. Shown in the photo are Road Captain - Rocky Spitler, Treasurer/Chaplain Dan Johnson, Sgt. at Arms Jeff Bender, President - Scott Williams, Vice President/ Asst. Road Captain - Steve Ort and Secretary - Gwyn Williams. Missing from photo is Membership Charles (Chip) Frey.


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speakers is a teen former foster child. She will share her experience and how a CASA volunteer helped her during her time in foster care. “Every child needs someone to advocate for them, our volunteers work to help insure a safe and permanent home for the child as quickly as possible,” states Executive Director Jessica Laspino, “a CASA volunteer helps to ensure that the child receives appropriate care, whether from a foster home or relative’s home while he or she is in the court system.”

The breakfast will be held on Friday, April 26 at 8:00 a.m. in the Cork Factory Hotel Ballroom. To register for the event call 717-208-3280 or email CASA is central to fulfilling society’s most fundamental obligation by making sure a qualified, compassionate adult will fight for and protect a child’s right to be safe, to be treated with dignity and respect, and to learn and grow in the security of a loving family.

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Ephrata Middle School Honor Roll (Continued From Page 6A)

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Obituaries (Continued From Page 3A)

wife of Christopher Sayres, Ephrata; 12 grandchildren; and two brothers: William F. Brossman, Ephrata, and Bryan F. Brossman, Newmanstown. Janet I. Martin, 89, New Holland, passed away on Thursday, March 28. She was the wife of the late J. Harold Martin. She is survived by three sons: John, husband of Judy, Lancaster; Jim, husband of Laurie, Lancaster; and Ben, husband of Holly, Clark, Colorado; two daughters: Carla, wife of Bruce Eberly, East Earl, and Kendra, wife of Terance Walsh, Malvern; 19 grandchildren; 29 greatgrandchildren; and a sister, Dottie, wife of Faren VanDeGrift, Sarasota, Florida. She was preceded in death by two great-grandchildren. Mildred Seibel Mohler, 78, Ephrata, passed away on Thursday, March 28. She was the wife of the late David W. Mohler. She is survived by a son, Ken, husband of Melanie (Gochnauer) Mohler, Ephrata; two daughters: Lucille, wife of Terry Hollinger, Richland, and Janelle, wife of Dwane Reitz, Lancaster; seven grandchildren; a brother, Albert Weaver, Ephrata; and a sister, Gladys, wife of Wilbur Engle, West Chester. Edna N. Sheaffer, 85, Manor Care, Laureldale, formerly of Ephrata, passed away on Thursday, March 28. Mary B. Beck, 81, Zerbe Sisters Nursing Center, Narvon, formerly of Denver, passed away on Saturday, March 30. She was the wife of the late Edwin S. Beck Jr. She is survived by two sons: Curtis Beck, husband of Faith, Stevens, and Douglas Beck, Denver; a daughter, Sheri Bair, wife of

Willard, Denver; five grandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren. Dr. George R. Dunkel­ berger, 74, Madeira Beach, Florida, formerly of Ephrata, passed away on Saturday, March 30. He is survived by a son, Dr. Roger Dunkelberger, husband of Sherri, St. Petersburg, Florida; two


daughters: Alicia Shavlan, R.N., wife of Michael, St. Petersburg, Florida, and Suzie Homack, wife of Anthony, Glenside; six grandchildren; and a sister, G. Ann Brown. Lisa Alaine Henry, 50, wife of Todd Michael Henry, Lititz, passed away on Saturday, March 30. Besides her husband, she ING

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Barry, husband of Bonnie (Lausch) Rehlich, Denver, and Larry, husband of Rochelle (Nolt) Rehlich, Denver; a daughter, Cindy Rehlich, Stevens; two grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. Gloria (Gabron) Swei­ gart, 89, United Zion Retire­ment Community, Lititz, formerly of Akron, passed away on Sunday,

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is survived by her parents, Roger and Barbara (Huth) Wiseman; and a brother, Keith Wiseman. She was preceded in death by a son, Colten Henry. Mary E. Rehlich, 81, wife of Henry P. Rehlich, Stevens, passed away on Saturday, March 30. Besides her husband, she is survived by two sons:

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College News Alvernia University Dean’s List

The following students have been named to Alvernia University’s Dean’s List for the fall 2018 semester. To be eligible for the Dean’s List, students must carry a semester GPA of 3.5 or

better and take a minimum of 12 credits. • Cassandra Bean, a Senior Occupational Therapy major, from Reinholds • Kallie Cardenas, a Senior Occupational Therapy major, from Lititz • Amanda Carter, a Senior Occupational Therapy major, from Leola • Andrew Condon, a Senior Criminal Justice major, from Denver • Nicholas Delgado, a Junior Accounting major, from Brownstown

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• Ashley Derr, a Freshman Applied Health major, from Stevens • Lindsay Eberly, a Sophomore Occupational Therapy major, from Denver • Taylor Geiss, a Freshman Nursing major, from Ephrata • Dennis Harding, a Senior Business Management major, from Leola • Amanda Hoover, a Sophomore Applied Health major, from Denver • Siera Janoski, a Senior Health Care Science major, from Lititz


Recipes will be published as space allows in the April 24th issue.

Recipes must be received in our office by 12:00 noon on Monday, April 15. Submissions may be emailed to, dropped off in person or mailed to our office at 615 E. Main Street • PO Box 456 • Ephrata, PA 17522 Submission open to residents of The Shopping News delivery area. Please include your name, address and phone number with your recipe. Limit 3 recipes per person. By submitting your recipe, you grant us permission to publish it and your name/town in The Shopping News as well as on our website and Facebook page.

• Leah Kemper, a Sophomore Marketing major, from Denver • Calie Kraft, a Freshman Occupational Therapy major, from Lititz • Erika Laws, a Senior Psychology major, from Reinholds • Eden Lawson, a Junior Nursing major, from Denver • Kyle Lindberg, a Senior Sport Management major, from Ephrata • Issac Long, a Sophomore Criminal Justice major, from Lititz • Evelina Luchyk, a Junior Biology major, from Denver • Marissa Martin, a Sophomore Occupational Therapy major, from Lititz • Emilee Matz, a Senior Biochemistry major, from

Denver • Trent Rider, a Freshman Accounting major, from Leola • Makenzie Sensenig, a Senior Occupational Therapy major, from Denver • Meghan Shober, a Senior Behavioral Health major, from Stevens • Erica Via, a Senior Behavioral Health major, from East Earl • Delaney Wise, a Freshman Undecided major, from Denver • Jordan Wissinger, a Senior Athletic Training major, from Denver • Cory Witmer, a Freshman Biochemistry major, from Narvon • Alisa Zakharov, a Senior Nursing major, from Denver



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9 Weit Earns Degree Colby Weit, Lititz, recently earned a Master of Science in Aerospace Engineering from Georgia Institute of Technology.

9 Hanna Named To Dean’s List Mackenzie Hanna, Rein­ holds, was named to the Dean’s List for the fall 2018 semester at the University of Findlay. To earn this achievement, a student must attain a grade point average of at least 3.5 on a 4.0 scale.

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Dining & Gifts

Alternatives Holy Week Services To Dyed First United Methodist Easter Eggs Church, 68 North Church Easter is a time when Christian families gather to celebrate the resurrection of Jesus Christ. Religious customs abound on Easter, but a number of secular traditions have emerged as well. Perhaps the most popular secular tradition associated with Easter is the coloring of Easter eggs. Easter egg dyeing kits emerge in early spring. Consumers have a variety of alternatives to these kits at their disposal. There are some people who desire more environmentally friendly Easter eggs, so here are some creative and greener ideas for coloring eggs this year. • Wooden eggs: Visit a craft store and purchase wooden eggs that can be painted and decorated however you desire. The wooden eggs will be durable and can be stored away for use each and every year. • Consider natural dyes. Use different food items to create all-natural dyes for the eggs. Tea, fruit and vegetable juices, even packaged drink mixes, can be used to tint Easter eggs in various colors. • Experiment with papiermache. This ancient paper crafting technique uses recycled paper and a paste to create a hardened mold. Turn excess scraps of paper into delightful eggs put on display for the holiday. • Purchase corn starch eggs. Corn starch is used in everything from packing materials to children’s craft products. Corn starch can be molded into solid forms or foam-type consistencies. Egg kits are sold with this green material. When Easter is over, the corn starch eggs can be put out for (Continued On Page 17A)

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Sunday. Sunrise Service 6:00 a.m. at the farm, 651 Stevens Road, Ephrata. Easter Worship Services 8:30 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. Both of the worship services Street, Ephrata, will hold will feature special music the following Holy Week and a message of hope. services. WED., APR. 10 - The For more information, call • Sunday, April 14 - Palm the church at 717-738-2465. Conestoga Herb Guild will Sunday - Worship services at meet at the Upper Leacock 8:30 a.m. and 11:00 a.m. Township War Memorial Building, 54 West Main St., • Thursday, April 18 Leola, at 6:30 p.m. Guests Maundy Thursday Services will begin at 7:00 p.m. The The annual Easter Egg may attend for a fee and sanctuary doors will be open Hunt at the Swamp Lutheran must register to attend in for people to sit in quiet Evangelical Church will be advance by calling Susan at reflection at 6:35 p.m. This held on Saturday, April 20 717-725-7451. service examines the last at 10:00 a.m. The church THURS., APR. 11 - The hours of Christ on earth and is located at 275 Swamp Essential Tremor Support will include communion. Church Road in Reinholds. Group will meet from 10:00 • Friday, April 19 Children ages Nursery a.m. to 11:00 a.m. at 433 Good Friday Service. The thru the fourth grade are South Kinzer Ave., New sanctuary will be available welcome to attend. Fun Holland. The program is free for prayer from 12:00 activities will include the and open to the public. For noon to 3:00 p.m., with a egg hunt, snack, craft and more info., call Sherilyn brief service of reflection prizes. All are invited. For Lapp at 717-355-6264. beginning at 12:00 noon. THURS., APR. 11 - The additional information, call • Sunday, April 21 - Easter 717-336-2849.


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Low Vision Support Group will meet at 3:00 p.m. at 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., APR. 11 - A Free Community Meal will be held at Bethany United Church of Christ, 140 East Main St., 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., APR. 11 Woodcrest Retreat, 225 Woodcrest Dr., Ephrata, will hold a Ladies Night Out for women of all ages at 6:00 p.m. For more info. or reservations, call 717-7382233 by Thursday, April 4.

SAT., APR. 13 & SUN., APR. 14 - “From the Ashes” Musical will be held at Landis Hall, The Junction Center, 1875 Junction Rd., Manheim, at 2:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m. Tickets can be purchased at the door. SAT., APR. 13 - The Akron Fire Company, 1229 Main St., Akron, will hold a Chicken BBQ, from 10:00 a.m. until sold out. There is a cost. SAT., APR. 13 - City Gate, 100 East Main St., Ephrata, will hold a Free Breakfast, from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. SAT., APR. 13 - Grace Church, 62 Hahnstown Rd., Ephrata, will hold a free Easter Eggstravaganza. Regis­tration is at 9:50 a.m. (Continued On Page 14A)




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Activities are from 10:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. All ages welcome. For more info., call 717-738-1109. SAT., APR. 13 - The Ephrata Lions Club will hold an Easter Egg Hunt at Thomas P. Grater Community Park at 10:00 a.m. For children one through ten years old. Rain or shine. SAT., APR. 13 - Evan­ gelical United Methodist Church, 276 West Main St., New Holland, will be hosting a Teal Easter Egg Hunt at 9:30 a.m. There will also be outdoor/indoor games to play before and after the hunts. For more info., call 717-354-2334. SAT., APR. 13 Bowmansville Fire Com­ pany, 146 West Maple Grove Rd., Bowmansville, will hold a Chicken or Oyster Pie Dinner, from 3:00 p.m. until sold out. There is a cost. For more info., call 717-4456293. SAT., APR. 13 - Faith

U.M.C., 1290 Fruitville Pk., Lititz, will host “Breakfast with the Easter Bunny” and Egg Hunt from 8:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Cost by donation. Egg Hunts will take place throughout the morning. Prizes will be awarded for special eggs. SAT., APR. 13 - St. John’s U.C.C. Men’s Brotherhood will be holding their Steak Sandwich Sale at 659 South 4th St., Denver, from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. There is a cost. Proceeds benefit local ministries and outreach services. SAT., APR. 13 - A Pancake Breakfast will be held at Forest Hills Mennonite Church, 100 Quarry Rd., Leola, from 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m., to benefit the Leola MOMS program. There is a cost. For more info., call the church at 717656-6227. SAT., APR. 13 - St. Paul’s E.C. Church, 2120 Main St., Rothsville, will be giving away free toiletries and refreshments, from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. SAT., APR. 13 - Dove Westgate Church, 1755 West Main St., Ephrata, will hold an Egg Hunt, from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Egg hunt is at 12:00 noon. There will be other activities and food. SUN., APR. 14 - The East

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12 years old. Rain or shine. SAT., APR. 20 - The Zions Reformed U.C.C., Salem Lutheran Church and the Lincoln Fire Co. will hold a Community Egg Hunt at 1356 Apple St., Ephrata, at 11:00 a.m. For ages 0 to 10. Prizes will be awarded. Rain or shine. SAT., APR. 20 - Harvest Fellowship Church, 34 West Church St., Stevens, will host “Sweet Southern Sounds,” from 6:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. There is a cost for tickets. All proceeds benefit HBC Children’s Home in Kenya, Africa. For more info., call Bill and Pat Lefever at 717-733-7021. SAT., APR. 20 - Garden Spot Village, 433 South Kinzer Ave., New Holland, will host Richard Amoroso and Asaki Nakagawa in concert at 7:00 p.m. This event is free and open to the public. SAT., APR. 20 - The Schoeneck Fire Company, 125 North King St., Denver, will host a Mud Sale at 9:00 a.m. and a Quilt Auction at 11:00 a.m. For more info., call 717-336-6767.



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Cocalico Dolphins Swim Team will hold a Coach and Michael Kors Bingo at the Reamstown Fire Company, 12 West Church St., Reams­ town. Doors open at 11:30 a.m. Bingo starts at 1:00 p.m. For more info. or tickets, call 717-371-8079. SUN., APR. 14 - The Ephrata Amvets Ladies Auxiliary will host a Cash Bingo at 614 South State St., Ephrata. Doors open at 2:00 p.m. Bingo starts at 3:00 p.m. THURS., APR. 18 - A Free Community Meal will be held at Bethany United Church of Christ, 140 East Main St., 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., APR. 18 - A meeting for widows will be held at Gus’s Keystone Family Restaurant, 3687 Rothsville Rd., Ephrata. Eat at 6:00 p.m. with meeting to follow. All widows welcome. FRI., APR. 19 - Terre Hill Park, 210 Lancaster Ave., Terre Hill, will hold a Flashlight Egg Hunt at 8:00 p.m. For ages 11 and up. There is a cost and it includes the egg hunt and refresh­ ments. Proceeds go towards the Terre Hill Park new building fund. SAT., APR. 20 - The West Earl Lions Club will be holding its Annual Easter Egg Hunt at 1:00 p.m. at the West Earl Lions and Lioness Community Park, Route 772 between Brownstown and Talmage. For infants through


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SAT., APR. 20 - The Smokestown Fire Company, 860 Smokestown Rd., Denver, will hold a Haus and Pinochle Card Party at 7:00 p.m. For more info., call 717-336-2687. MON., APR. 22 - The Parkinson’s Support Group will meet from 2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. at 433 South Kinzer Ave., New Holland. The free support group is open to all persons with Parkinson’s and their caregivers, family and friends. For more info., call Sherilyn Lapp at 717-3556264. THURS., APR. 25 - Wiest UM Methodist Church, 48 North King St., Schoeneck, will hold a Community Dinner, from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Fun, fellowship and food. THURS., APR. 25 - A Free Community Meal will be held at Bethany United Church of Christ, 140 East Main St., Ephrata. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. Serving at 6:00 p.m. Everyone is welcome. For more info., call 717-733-6646. FRI., APR. 26 - Middle Creek Church of the Brethren, 351 Middle Creek Rd., Lititz, will hold the program “Beauty Within” for women at 6:45 p.m. For more info. or to pre-register, call the church at 717-7334222. FRI., APR. 26 - Branches Inc. will hold their Annual Chocolate Fest Fundraiser at 171 Chapel View Dr., Reinholds, from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. For ages five and older. For more info. or tickets, call 717-336-9000.

Branches Inc. serves individuals with Autism and intellectual disabilities. SAT., APR. 27 - Zion Reformed U.C.C., 1356 Apple St., Ephrata, will hold a Beef Pot Pie Dinner (takeouts only) from 11:00 a.m. to ? Quarts are also available. There is a cost. For more info., call 717733-4571. SAT., APR. 27 - Akron Pride Cleanup Day will be held, from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Meet at the Akron Broad Street Park to pick up trash bags, vests and gloves. Bring back trash you’ve collected and have a free lunch. SAT., APR. 27 - Fairmount Homes Retirement Community, 1100 Farm Crest Dr., Ephrata, will hold its 4th Annual Community Book Sale, from 6:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon. THURS., MAY 2 - The Gospel Echoes Annual




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United Church of Christ, 222 North Broad St., Lititz, will hold its annual “Spring Thing” Bazaar, from 7:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. For more info., call the church at 717626-7100 or Jane Markert at 717-824-1984. SUN., MAY 5 - Akron Volunteer Fire Company, 1229 Main Street, Akron, will hold a Designer Purse/ Tool Bingo. Doors open at 11:30 a.m. and Bingo starts at 1:00 p.m. There is a cost for tickets. Refreshments

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Banquet will be held at Yoder’s Restaurant, New Holland, at 6:30 p.m. For complimentary tickets, call Mel and Marilyn Nissley at 717-948-0208 or 717-5745990. A freewill offering will be received. FRI., MAY 3 & SAT., MAY 4 - Ephrata Manor, in conjunction with the United Church of Christ Woman’s Auxiliary will host a Flea Market from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on Friday and from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. on Saturday. All proceeds benefit U.C.C. Homes. For more info., call Jessica Kistler at 717-738-4940. SAT., MAY 4 - The Schoeneck Fire Company, 125 North King St., Denver, will host a Yard Sale from 7:00 a.m. to ? and a Big John Nolt Chicken BBQ Dinner from 9:00 a.m. until sold out. For more info., call 717336-6767. SAT., MAY 4 - St. Luke’s


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

Die frehlich Sicht, wu vor mir is, Fer die bin ich widder froh; Awwer die Buwe, wu als bei mir waare, Viel sin nimmi do.

(Originally published in the September 2, 1981 issue of The Shopping News)

Mei Gedechtnis vun annere Daage Duhn ich do erfrische. Alde Gschichde bleiwe mir im Kopp Un will sie net auswische.

Die Alt Lane By Edwin C. Miller Ich waar lang fatt, im Land rumkumme; Heit bin ich widder daheem. Es wunnert mich un fiehl fer laafe Darich en aldi schteenich Lane. Darich die Lane bin ich oft geloffe Un gedriwwe die Famillye Kuh. Baar fiessich in der Mariyetssunn, Wie ich waar en Buh. Nau geh ich widder noch en einsam Barig, Grie un mechdich vor mir schteht. Ich laaf un denk an alde Zeide Un wie die Zeit rumgeht.

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Sis nimmi lang kummt sie ans End, No gebt sie es Ranke uff.

Ya, nau sehn ich widder der sumbich Baschdert Un’s hoch Hockelbiere Schtick. Sin noch Fisch in sellem Wasser Vum Baschdert seine Grick?

No wees sie net wu hie un wu naus; Im Freie datt sie henkt. Es macht nix aus wie hoch as mer graddelt; Mer kummt mol an sei End. Die Bledder sin woll schee un rot, Wie wax sin ihre Biere. Awwer wer gscheit is bleibt aweck Un dutt sich net verschmiere. And der End vun der Lane waar en Falder; Fer’n Guard do waar sie datt. Wie en gfallner Soldaat in der Hecke, Do leit noch en Poschde datt.

Ich gleich der Barig, der graas-grie Barig; Manichi Blessier hot mer datt als ghadde, Wu die Orchids, die Ferns un Moiblumme Waxe im kiehle bledderiche Schadde.

Ich kumm zerick vun mei Laff Darich die schteenich Lane. Die Lane is nimmi wie sie waar Un watt aa nimmi’s same.

Wu der Biewi peift uff der Beem, Do gehn ich widder hie; Wu newe am Paad waare pinke Blumme, Wu gschtriche hen die Kieh. En uffgebrochder Mann vum Barig liebt der Busch; Sis ihn schun aagebore. Es macht nix aus wu er hie geht, Der Barig geht net verlore. Guck mol die Ivy-rank newe an der Lane; Sie rankt am Fense Schtaage nuff.

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Alles uff der Erd verennert sich; So duhne aa die Leit. Un alles is net en anner Yaahr, Wie mer’s aaguckt heit. *** This week Es Pennsilfaanisch Deitsch Eck in the Ephrata Shopping News is celebrating its very first birthday. The first Eck appeared a year ago on the first Wednesday after Labor Day. This is column No. 53. Mir sin en Yaahr alt. The new home which the Eck found in the Shopping News, which Ed Weber fondly refers to as “the Whopping News,” has been a happy one for the Eck and for BischliGnippli. We are grateful for the hospitality which has been accorded us and look forward to many years of continued cooperation. *** Die Alt Lane by Edwin C. Miller of Red Lion was located in a second notebook of his, which at one time was in the possession of the late William S. Troxell, “der Pumbernickell Bill,” who wrote dialect columns for over 30 years for the Allentown Morning Call. Troxell indicates with a note that he had printed this poem on 3/13/42. - We chose Die Alt Lane, because we felt it describes so well the peaceful rural scenes still enjoyed by our Old Order readers and vividly recalled by those readers whose roots are in the soil.

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Recently Our Mother Of Perpetual Help (OMPH) School hosted community leaders and civil servants with a special recognition ceremony. Invited guests included veterans and members of the armed forces, elected officials, firefighters, police officers, and first responders. These guests joined the school for their weekly school liturgy which was followed by a recognition ceremony and blessing of the guests by Reverend John McLoughlin,

CSsR. As has been their custom, each year they also recognize a member of the community who is distinguished for their outstanding dedication and commitment to public service. This year they were pleased to honor United States Army Brigadier General Mark McCormack. Brigadier General Mark McCormack has been in the service for over 30 years having received his ROTC Commission in 1988 at Mansfield. His service and



To conserve space, we are not giving a translation this week, but here are a few vocabulary items which some of you may find useful: ich fiehl fer laafe - I feel like walking; darich - through; noch en einsam Barig - toward a solitary hill; der sumbich Baschdert - the swampy pasture; die frehlich Sicht - the joyful sight; mei Gedechtnis - my memory; en uffgebrochder Man vum Barig - a man raised in the hills; die Ivy-rank - the ivy vine; im Freie - out in the open; sich verschmiere - to get messy (hands); die Falder - bars (at the entrance to the lane); en gfallner Soldaat - a fallen soldier; alles uff der Erd verennert sich - all upon the earth changes; alles is net an anner Yaahr, wie mer’s aaguckt heit - nothing that one looks upon today is as it was in former years. September 2, 1981 Es baarfiessich un frehlich Bischli-Gnippli

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Biblical Message

Will You Please Sit Still by Pastor John Fredericksen Presently, we have a four-year-old grandson. He has more life and energy than grandpa, grandma, mommy and daddy combined. Actually, all our grandchildren do. However, our oldest in particular is

constantly on the go and talking loudly. He finds it difficult to sit still for very long. Nonetheless, we’ve been working on the process of him attending church services with us. Recently I told him he needed to be very quiet while we were in the services. When this clearly wasn’t working, we told him firmly: “Will you please sit still and be quiet?” In the Scriptures, the Lord repeatedly seeks to impress on our souls the need to be still and quiet. In Psalm 46:10, David records God’s message: “Be still and know that I am God.” When he was in times of “trouble” (46:1), David learned it was a good time to reflect quietly

on God’s greatness and help. When an issue about how to properly worship the Lord arose, Moses told the questioners: “Stand still,

and I will hear what the Lord will command concerning you” (Num. 9:8). Rather than clamor in an emotional state, their need was to

wait quietly, listen and learn. When God instructed the prophet Samuel to announce to Saul that he was the choice of Jehovah to be king, Samuel wanted a private time with him away from all distraction. Then he told him: “…stand thou still awhile, that I may shew thee the Word of God” (I Sam. 9:27). As it was then, so it is now. The best condition to fully comprehend a message from God’s very words is in a state of quiet attentiveness without distraction. So important is this latter principle that we see Samuel practicing it again in the waning days of his ministry to Israel. He told them:

“Now therefore stand still, that I may reason with you before the Lord of all the righteous acts of the Lord, which he did to you and your fathers” (I Sam. 12:7). We live in a time of too much busyness and distraction, especially with things that will not count in eternity. It is more important than ever for every child of God to recognize the necessity of being quiet and still before the Lord. This is true when we go to church to worship, and it is true every day. It is vital that we purpose to make time for a quiet time with the Lord and His Word each day.


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Adamstown Students Of The Month

Twenty students were recognized by the Adamstown Elementary School staff as Students of the Month for March. Congratulations to the following students: Allyssa Truong, Ayla Lutz, Jackson Sonon, Riley Crouse, Damien Leed, Gaven Hunter, Liam Cook, Ellie Fritz, Skylar Flinton, Madison Elliott, Jordan Yang, Colin McManimen, Brady Gallagher, Anthony Liu, Nicholas Dietrich and Jude Dippner. Missing from photo are Marci Kells, Kaylie Auker, Liam Ho and Dixie Burkett.




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Cocalico Seniors. MON., MAY 13 ­ Salem Lutheran Church will hold a Bus Trip to Mount Vernon and Old Town Alexandria. Reservations are due by Friday, April 12. For more info. or to reserve a seat, call Stephanie Frymyer at 717733-6057. THURS., MAY 16 ­ A meeting for widows will be held at Gus’s Keystone Family Restaurant, 3687 Rothsville Rd., Ephrata. Eat at 6:00 p.m. with meeting to follow. All widows welcome.

Births BEILER, Levi and Becca Fay (Stoltzfus), New Holland, a daughter, at home. CORNE, Patrick and Amy (Rye), Lititz, a daughter, at UPMC Pinnacle Lititz. EADLINE, Alan and Hanna, Ephrata, a son, at Women & Babies Hospital. HORST, Marvin M. and Dorothy (Horning), Denver, a son, at WellSpan Ephrata Community Hospital. KRIVAC, Kenneth B. and Marelly (Guzman), Lititz, a son, at UPMC Pinnacle Lititz. LORAH, Katie, Ephrata, a son, at WellSpan Ephrata Community Hospital. MARTIN, Glenn and Ruthie (Shirk), Ephrata, a daughter, at UPMC Pinnacle Lititz. MARTIN, John H. and Annetta S. (Martin), East Earl, a son, at home.

MARTIN, Joseph S. and Janice W. (Martin), Ephrata, a son, at home. NOLT, Harold B. and Alta H. (Garman), East Earl, a son, at home. NOLT, Maynard J. and Miriam L. (Hoover), Lititz, a son, at home. PAULINE, Gina, and Daniel J. Steinberg Jr., Lititz, a son, at UPMC Pinnacle Lititz. POWELL, Ashley, and Brandon L. Lantz, New Holland, a son, at Women & Babies Hospital. REED, Jeremy M. and Erica (Boyer), Ephrata, a son, at Women & Babies Hospital. SENSENIG, Tristan A. and Kimberly, Ephrata, a son, at WellSpan Ephrata Community Hospital. SMOKER, Samantha, Leola, a son, at WellSpan

Ephrata Community Hospital. STOLTZFUS, Daniel and Sara Ann (Lapp), Leola, a daughter, at home. STRAUSSER, Jamie Penington, Denver, a son, at Women & Babies Hospital. ZIMMERMAN, Ivan L. and Martha Mae Shirk, Ephrata, a son, at home.


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Ephrata Mennonite School Community Roadside Cleanup

Shopping News Photo by Donald Reese On Thursday, April 11 (rain date Friday, April 12), Ephrata Mennonite School is planning a Community Roadside Cleanup Day. Approximately 285 students plus teachers and parents will work for five hours cleaning up 75 miles of roads in the Ephrata and surrounding areas. Pictured are a few students who will be participating. Shown in the photo, from left to right, (front) are Logan Zimmerman, Madalyn Burkholder; (back) Chloe Zimmerman, Taylor Hurst, Jenna Martin, Kyra Martin, Dawson Zimmerman and Dylan Hurst.

4th Annual Community Book Sale At Fairmount Fairmount in Ephrata is planning its 4th Annual Community Book Sale on Saturday, April 27, from 6:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon. The book sale will be held in the Farm Crest Comm­ unity Room at 1100 Farm Crest Drive on the east side of the Fairmount campus, and the public is cordially invited to attend. There will be a wide assortment of books from

which to choose: children’s books; Christian fiction, non-fiction and devotional; general fiction; biographies; history; songbooks; cook­ books; gardening, hobbies, crafts and nature; health, self-help and family books; memoirs; and books of local, Amish and Mennonite interest. Music CDs, puzzles and several misc­ ellaneous or collectible books will also be offered. All proceeds from the book sale will go to Fairmount’s Sharing Fund for the benefit of residents who, through no fault of their own, have outlived their resources.

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Shopping News Photo by Donald Reese To celebrate National Pig Day, second graders at Clay Elementary School enjoyed a visit from Fairytail Acres Rescue. They learned about the important work of therapy pigs and collected donations for the rescue from the appreciative audience. Shown hamming it up for the cameras is Mrs. Wenrich as she offers a treat to Charlie Daniels, the pig. Owners Tom and Chris Hainley presented the program.

A group of six students from Cocalico High School joined about 60 other students from Lancaster County at the state capitol on Thursday, April 4, where they worked with Senator Ryan Aument. To prepare for the visit, students each researched two proposed bills. Students will be placed into one of four committees Education, Judicial, Transportation or Finance - where they will discuss the proposed bills. They worked just as a Senate committee would, and attempted to develop this bill so that it can be voted out of the committee. After

Shopping News Photo by Donald Reese developing these bills and voting on it, they then had to present them to the full committee, which is when all the students convened back together. That full body then had remarks about the proposed bills and voted on whether each bill should pass out of the Senate and move on to the General Assembly. Senator Aument and his staff worked closely with the students as they try to replicate the procedures as much as possible, and discuss all the possible implications, barriers and alternatives to the proposed

bills. Several students also developed their own proposed legislation that they believe would be beneficial to Pennsylvania. They sent those bill proposals into Senator Aument last week, and he will be reviewing them to choose a winner. Shown are the students who attended from Cocalico High School, from left to right (front) Julia Leedy, Carrie Buckwalter, Paige Roberts; (back) Stephen Ranck, Tyrus Current and Ethan Pierce.

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College News Elizabethtown College Dean’s List Elizabethtown College announced the names of students in the local area whose outstanding academic performances have earned them the recognition of being included on the fall 2018 Dean’s List. Students on the Dean’s List are fulltime undergraduate students who earn a semester grade point average of 3.60 or higher in 14 or more credit hours, of which at least 12 credits are letter-graded course work. • Ashleigh Bell, a class of 2022 health and occupation major of Lititz • Nicole Greiner, a class of 2022 business administration major of Lititz • Paula Groff, a class of 2022 accounting major of Narvon • Andrea Guscott, a class of 2021 political science major of Lititz

Grant Mellinger Earns Recognition From Rotary Club University Shopping News Photo by Of The Donald Reese Sciences Grant Mellinger of Reinholds was recognized Dean’s List

as the Cocalico High School The following students February Student of the have been named to the Month by the DenverFall 2018 Dean’s List at Ephrata Area Rotary Club. University of the Sciences. Grant is the son of Mike Selection for this award is and Wendy Mellinger and based on completing and is a senior at Cocalico passing all assigned courses High School. Grant is a with no grade below a “C” member of the National and attaining an academic Honor Society, Leo Club, average of at least 3.4 for Symphonic Band, soccer courses taken in the fall of and tennis teams. He is a 2018. Lancaster-Lebanon League • Julie Nguyen of New Academic All-Star and Holland, a Biochemistry earned the Cocalico Coach’s student Award for Excellence. Grant • Mitchel Storb of Ephrata, is active with his church and a Biology student Boy Scouts where he has • Storm Zink of Leola, a become an Eagle Scout and Biomedical Sciences student a member of the Order of the Arrow. After high school • Brittany Bair of Ephrata, graduation, Grant plans to a Doctor of Pharmacy attend college majoring in left to right, are Wendy (President Denver-Ephrata School Teacher and Tennis student Aerospace Engineering. Mellinger (mother), Grant Rotary) and Mr. Todd • Adam Daniel of Lititz, a Shown in the photo, from Mellinger, Eric Nissley Snyder (Cocalico High Coach). Doctor of Pharmacy student • Marc Storb of Ephrata, a Doctor of Pharmacy student • Tatiana Stauffer, a class • Hannah Hall, a class of • Joshua Koch, a class of • Colby Martin, a class of • Jasmeen Kaur of Ephrata, of 2019 biology allied 2019 accounting major of 2022 music education major 2022 international business a Doctor of Pharmacy health major of Lititz major of Reinholds Reamstown of Denver student • Rebecca Voler, a class • Nicholas Mich, a class of • Derek Hanna, a class of • Marissa Kopp, a class of • Hope Metkowski 2019 biology - allied health 2019 environmental science 2022 international business of 2019 physics education of Narvon, a Master of major of Reinholds major of Ephrata major of Reinholds major of Ephrata Occupational Therapy • Kenneth Wallace, a class student • Ivy Rodriguez, a class of • Lauren Overly of Ephrata, 2022 communications major of 2019 political science a Master of Occupational major of Denver of Lititz Therapy student





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Electrical Service Residential • Commercial • Agricultural Cleason N. Martin 4451 Division Hwy. East Earl, PA 17519

Ph. (717) 354-8049 Fax (717) 351-9227 PA116638



Quality - Experience

Additions, Replacement Windows & Doors, Roofing & Spouting, Siding - Vinyl & Wood, Patios, Decks, Kitchens, Baths, Storm Doors, Windows, Sunrooms, Skylights, Interior Remodeling Fully Insured • Over 31 Years Experience Free Price Quotations


Scott Sweigart


Scott’s Painting & Power Washing Interior/Exterior

(717) 381-9199 • • • • •

Stevens, PA Decks • Garages Additions & Remodeling RooďŹ ng & Siding Basement Remodeling Replacement Windows License #PA016183


All Aspects Residential & Light Commercial Drywall Repair & Maintenance Decks Specializing in Painting of Siding

1 5 YEARS EXPERIENC E Seasoned Firewood for Sale A Tree Climbing Tree Removal Specialist Company

Interior Painting Kitchen Cabinet Makeovers New Countertop Options

485 W. Church Rd., Ephrata, PA 17522

Terre Hill



Tags & Title Transfers done the old fashion way Compare and $ave!

Light in all units 24/7 access

By Appointment Hours: M-F, 6pm-9pm Regular Hours: Saturday 8am-6pm

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

Denver, PA 17517

384 Reinholds Road Shirley A. Leed


Neat Clean Work Fully Insured/References

John Zook

Quality Workmanship & Fully Insured Clean & Courteous • Free Estimates


Wallpaper Removal

Zook’s Tree Service



Tree Removal • Stump Grinding


Call Us For Spring, Fall Cleanup, Mulching, Trimming and Lawn Care.


The Stump Grinder Since 1985

717-335-2400 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


Exterior Appearances • Spring Cleanup • Trim Shrubbery • Aeration • Lawn Mowing • Overseeding • Mulching • Landscape Installation

Insured • PA056871


Call these businesses for the finest




Complete Basement Remodeling, Kitchen & Bath Remodeling, Vinyl Replacement Windows, Decks, Siding, SoďŹƒt & Fascia, Spouting, Electrical, Plumbing, Storm Doors 17 E. Mohler Church Rd., Ephrata, PA 17522 (Phone) 717-738-2838 | (Fax) 717-738-0704 (E-mail) | PA012283

Steve Hildebrand (717) 484-0218

Free Estimates 1613 Dry Tavern Road Denver, PA

4B - Wednesday, April 10, 2019 - Say You Saw It In “The Shopping News”

Everybody’s Marketplace Akron Elementary School Mountaineers

FOR SALE: Towing mir-­ rors for 2017 Ford F150 truck, like new, electric, heated wtih LED turn sig-­ nals. $850 OBO. Call 717224-1908.

For Sale FOR SALE: Overhead garage door, new in box, 9’Wx6’H. All wood, no windows. Asking $600. Call 717-733-4389.

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: Older, but very good mahogany, 5’4” Estey 6 leg baby grand piano. Moving and downsizing. You move. Asking $500. 717-484-4449.

FOR SALE: Twin bed, box spring and mattress, $100. 2 piece Craftsman tool chest on wheels, $250. 24’ aluminum extension ladder, $150. 717445-9466.

FOR SALE: Succulents, pat-­ io plants, singles. New va-­ rieties cactus. M&M Succu-­ lents, 295 Mill Road, Eph-­ rata.

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 Complex. Thank You!

FOR SALE: Sparrow trap. Works great. No more spar-­ rows in bluebird house, $13; Suet log feeder, $10; Starling resistant suet feeder, $10; Sparrow resistant bluebird house, $13. Purple Martin house, $375. 717-733-2030.

FOR SALE: Good used sheds: 8x8, $600; 8x12, carriage style, $775; 10x12, make of-­ fer; nice condition. No Sun-­ day calls. 717-673-2303.

FOR SALE: Full-size Mobility Scooter Rascal600, like new, 4-10” wheels, new batteries, headlights, basket, $1,200. 717-626-8560.

FOR SALE: Beautiful, Hammary 2 piece enter-­ tainment unit, 2 side ta-­ bles, 2 floor lamps and 2 table lamps. 9 pieces for $1,000 or best offer. Please call, 717-3350309 if interested.

FOR SALE: 175 gallon fuel tank, good for farm use, $150, or best offer. 610-3290617.

FOR SALE: Hardwood fire-­ wood, $120 a cord, smaller lots available. No delivery. 920 West Fairview Road, Li-­ titz. 717-626-0077.

FOR SALE: Lancaster grown, high potency, full spectrum CBD oil, hemp ex-­ tract, 100% legal. Call Ca-­ thy, 717-490-5123, Ephra-­ ta.

Shopping News Photo by Donald Reese Mountaineer Prize winners for March were selected at Akron Elementary School recently. Shown in the photo, from left to right, are (front) Jace Suriano, Xavier Yocum-Pringle, Gideon Smith; (middle) Joshua Neal, Kyle Corcoran, Jackie Snyer, Pierre Mikal; (back) Elexsa Teel, Joslyn Gehman, Carson Martin and Mikayla Morals.

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Say You Saw It In “The Shopping News” - Wednesday, April 10, 2019 - 5B FOR SALE: Four Michelin Latitude tires, P245/60R18, half tread, $125. Call, leave message 717-859-2798.


FOR SALE: Mulch Sale, 2 cubic foot bags, brown, black or red mulch, deliv-­ ered to your doorstep, Ephrata, New Holland, Ak-­ ron area. Saturday, April 13. $4/bag, benefits Boy Scout Troop 48. Place or-­ der by Thursday, April 11. Call 717-271-6731 or email

FOR SALE: Armoire, English walnut, oval shaped, mir-­ FOR SALE: 1995 Mercury rored door, refinished, $800; Sable, 4DR sedan, 3.0L en-­ Oak sideboard, glass pulls, gine, insp. ran out December refinished, $200. 717-475- 2018, $1,200. Call 717-9334294, Myerstown area. 4543.

Auto/Truck FOR SALE: 2003 Chevy S10 4x4, 4DR, needs trans, bed damage. $1,000 OBO. Boyd, 717-271-1868. FOR SALE: 2008 Mercury Milan, 105,460 miles, silver, great shape, $5,000 OBO. Call 717-413-1224. FOR SALE: 2001 Ford Focus wagon, 160K, runs good, new tires, brakes, shocks, 4-cyl., insp. 9/19, cold AC, $1,600 OBO. 717-945-2181.

Household/Furniture 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-­ FOR SALE: Grandfather rata Business Center. Thank Clocks. We are currently of-­ You! fering $100 off our in stock grandfather clocks. Stop by FOR SALE: 67x22 Vanity our showroom at Hicks’ Top, $50; chair height cream Clock Shoppe, 215 E. Main toilet, like new, $50; com-­ Street in New Holland. We puter desk, $50. Call 717- are open Tuesday and Fri-­ day from 9am to 5pm and 733-9088. Saturday, 9am to 2pm. FOR SALE: Curio cabinet with display light, 6 shelves, FOR SALE: Love seat, in 78”H, 30”W. Like new, fin-­ green and plaid, brand new, ished wood, $300; Curio cab-­ $175; yellow lift chair, $85; inet with display light, 5 Richard Little glider exer-­ shelves, 68” H, 30” W. Like cise machine total body, new, finished wood, $275; $75; Sears Kenmore sewing Headboard for platform bed, machine in cabinet, $85. willow wood with cabinets for 717-917-5051. storage and lighting w/ hutch/bureau, 48”H, 41”W,18”D, $500. 717-6691095.

FOR SALE: Need a used lawn mower? Push, selfpropelled, riders. Many to choose from. 717-4455090.

FOR SALE: JD Z445 turn mower, 27HP, deck, 235 hours, very condition. $3,400.

zero 52” good 717-

445-6114. FOR SALE: 21” Lawn Chief 5.5HP, self-propelled, like new condition, $85. Ready to go. 717-945-2616. Say you saw it in The Shopping News!





CALL 717-629-0438

Our construction company is seeking

Please call


DIJ Builders

135 Brethren Church Road, Leola, PA or call (717) 656-9592

NOW HIRING -Sales & Marketing Representative: Develop and maintain new relationships with architects, interior designers, contractors, and homeowners. This position will require experience in sales & marketing and a basic knowledge of custom cabinetry. Experience is preferred but we are willing to train qualified candidates. -Kitchen Design / Production Engineer: Create and execute kitchen designs in Cabinet Vision software and prepare production cut lists. This position will require a knowledge of cabinet layout and construction. Experience is preferred but we are willing to train qualified candidates. Since 1979, Foxcraft Cabinets has been providing excellent design, exceptional service, and fine custom cabinetry to homeowners. Our key values are Excellence, Integrity, Innovation, Commitment, and Christian Faith.

H.I.C. #PA018676

See our special section on

Page 11B

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.


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





Short term seasonal public works laborer position starting approximately May 13 and ending approximately August 9, 2019. The position involves working outdoors maintaining Township roads and facilities.

Akron, PA

The position requires a valid driver’s license, heavy lifting and physical labor.


Forward resume to

Melron Industries, Inc., a third generation family-owned plumbing contractor is seeking an energetic, highly motivated candidate for a

Service Tech Position.

Candidate Should Have The Following: • 3 yrs. minimum of plumbing service/repair experience • Valid Driver’s License • Willing to work overtime • Willing to take on-call rotation • Knowledge in water treatment Benefits Include:

Call Foxcraft Cabinets at 717-859-3261 or email


Reliable On-Site Worker with valid driver’s license.

Leola Produce

Pets & Animals



Applicants would need good customer service skills, computer experience, data entry a plus. Please apply at:

FOR SALE: Instant cash paid for motorcycles & ATVs. Call John, 610-637-9447.



Application times are Tuesday and Thursday between 9:00 a.m. and 12:00 noon.

FOR SALE: 2005 Harley Davidson Custom Sports-­ ter, candy apple red, low mileage, excellent condi-­ tion. $3,995. 610-507-5106.


construction worker/driver

Seasonal Office Position


FOR SALE: 1993 Trike, good condition, many ex-­ tras, 1500 Honda. Priced to sell, 717-572-4036.




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

FOR SALE: Bluebird hous-­ es, white pine wood, paint-­ ed or stained, $12, bare, $8. Order at 717-626-1260.

Lawn & Garden


FOR SALE: Wooden wheel wheelbarrow, $150; Working JR no 4 planter, $125; Brunnerville cast iron pig trough, $225; Metal phone cable reel, $75; Macy’s wooden skis, $100; Wooden pitch fork, $100; milk can, $15. All prices are negotiable. Call 717-484-1496.

FOR SALE: 2000 Suzuki 800 Intruder with saddle bags, windshield, Fulmar full face helmet, sissy bar, throttle lock cruise control, extended shifter and rear brake levers, new battery and a Mustang seat. 21,217 miles, needs in-­ spected. Will pay for inspec-­ tion if buyer takes it to the in-­ spection station. $3,000. 717-733-8460.

Overtime Pay • Paid Vacation Medical Insurance • Company Uniforms Company Vehicle • IRA Plan

Send resume to

Contact Clay Township at 717-733-9675 for more information.

Equipment Operator & Plant Assistant Join A Growing Agri Business!

Varied duties including safely operating loaders, fork lifts, trucks, able to perform equipment service & maintenance. Good pay, steady work, medical insurance, paid vacation & retirement plan. Must be physically fit, have Agri business or farm background. Call or send resume.

USA Gypsum, Denver, PA Ph. 717-335-0379 Fax 717-335-2561

6B - Wednesday, April 10, 2019 - Say You Saw It In “The Shopping News” FOR SALE: AKC registered Red/Apricot Standard Poo-­ dle. He is almost three years old and up to date on all vaccinations. Great stud dog. $900 OBO. 347-9309387, call or text. FOR SALE: Pygmy Goats, 11/2 year male & female, $135. 717-336-3495. FOR SALE: Jack Russell Es-­ kimo Terrier puppies, 8 weeks on May 14. 717-3353731.

FOR SALE: Golden Re-­ triever puppies. ICA reg-­ istration, shots & wormed, mother and fa-­ ther dogs are farm dogs on-site for you to meet. $650. New Holland. 717354-4408.

FOR SALE: Red mini poo-­ dle puppies with cham-­ pion bloodlines, vet checked, shots/wormed, $850. 717-205-5229.

NOTICE: 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!

RV’s & Campers

FOR SALE: 10 acres, Adam-­ stown Boro, wooded land, FSBO, easement to property off of Evergreen Rd., pictures on, 89K. 717327-5069. FOR SALE: 2008 Redman mobile home, excellent con-­ dition, 16x52 with 6x16 porch, 2 bedrooms, 1 bath-­ room, refrigerator, stove, dishwasher, washer, dryer, plus partially furnished, cen-­ tral air, propane heat, 8x12 shed, $25,500. Call 717606-7085.

Sporting Goods

Brook Titan fifth wheel camper. Model: 31BWKS. Three slides, electric awning, central vacuum, many other extras. $11,000. 717368-8665.

FOR SALE: 2012 Rock-­ wood Mini Lite Travel Trailer, 26 ft., sleeps 4, never had pets or smok-­ ing, used very little, FOR $5,500. 717-269-7551.

SALE: Pop-up 2004 Camper, 2 king beds, dinette FOR SALE: 2016 Jayco slide-out, refrigerator, stove, Greyhawk class C moto-­ rhome. 10,500 miles, sleeps AC, heater, shower, toilet, 6+, two slides, auto-level-­ 24ft. opened, sleeps 6, ing, many upgrades and ex-­ $4,000. Please text 610-310tras. $67,500. Call 717- 8986. FOR SALE: New and used bi-­ 733-2184. cycles, sales and service. Read your ad the first Jack’s Bike Shop, 717-733- FOR SALE: 27’ Trailbay week it appears! 6042, Open Mon., Wed, and 2003, sleeps 6. 1 slide-out. This publication will not be Friday, 6-8p.m., Saturday, $4,500. Call Pete, 717-989responsible for more than 9-5p.m. one incorrect insertion of any advertisement. 3593.


Landscaping/Hardscaping Person Needed Ephrata/Clay area based hardscaping/ landscaping company is seeking honest trustworthy individual to fill an immediate position. Full-time local work, paid holidays, vacation days.

Call 717-354-3910 to apply


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

Eagle Disposal

1245 Eagles Way, East Earl, PA 17519


To assist in our rental department with the following qualifications:

Line Cooks

• Professional Customer Service Demeanor • Computer Aptitude

Willing to train a qualified candidate • Competitive wages/benefits.

>> Apply Online - Hiring Code 101 www shady-maple com

Apply online att or send resume to


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

A division of B.J. Baldwin Electrical, Inc.

Now Hiring

Service Technician HVAC Installer Plumbing Installer

Willing to train right person. Great pay, benefits and vacation. Call 717-354-4651

or email

NOTICE: Multi-Family Gar-­ age Sale, Thursday, 4/11, 12-4pm & Friday, 4/12, 711am. Boy’s and girl’s cloth-­ ing N-4T, men and women’s clothing, canning jars, Jeep jogging stroller, umbrella stroller, Twin-go carrier, wa-­ ter table, v-ball net, toys, housewares, large free pile. 1159 Rose Ave., East Earl.

Seasonal FOR SALE: Above ground pool, 15’x30’, approximately 4ft deep, ladder, cover, and pump, you remove, make of-­ fer. 717-335-2229.

Notice NOTICE: Pigeon Forge Smoky Mountain Shows in-­ cludes admission to Dolly-­ wood, Titanic Museum, Gat-­ linburg, 6 days/5 nights, $600, August 5-August 10, 2019. Call Geraldine, 717679-2848, 717-866-7809 or call Gail Fulk, 717-3833587.

Please apply in person:


Now Accepting Applications For

Garage Sale

FOR SALE: ‘08 Rockwood 26 ft. travel trailer. 1 slideout, sleeps 4, $6,000 OBO. 717951-8644.

FOR SALE: Brand new, still FOR SALE: Stud service, 3 in box, women’s 26” moun-­ golden retrievers, all hip cer-­ tain bike, white, needs as-­ tified, 2 labs, chocolate and sembled. $150. 717-7338583. yellow. 717-664-4362.

Real Estate

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

FOR SALE: 28.7 Acre Far-­ FOR SALE: Youth fishing mette. 3,300 sq.ft. farm-­ house. 4BR, 2-1/2 bath. vest, small youth hip wad-­ Finished basement. Office. ers, size 4, excellent con-­ Propane heat. Attached 2 dition, $30. 717-951-1419. car garage. Pavillion. Pole barn with 2 car garage. Acreage 1/2 farmed and 1/ 2 woods. Trophy hunting. Located top peak of Lan-­ caster County. Clean and green. $825,000. Call, 610693-4015. FOR SALE: 2008 Sunny

West Earl Township Full-Time Employment Opportunity


West Earl Township is seeking a qualified applicant for the Public Works Department. The position is 40 hours per week. The Department is responsible for the construction and general maintenance of township roads, parks, and properties. The position requires experience in the operation of equipment including but not limited to dump trucks, backhoe/track hoe, loaders, tractors, attachments, and the use of a variety of hand and power tools. A mechanical/welding background is a plus as well. The qualified individual should have knowledge of construction/maintenance. A current Class A or B CDL license is required. The individual must be available for on-call during winter months as evening/weekend hours will be required. The position offers an excellent benefit package and starting rate will be based upon the individual’s skills, knowledge, and experience. Successful applicants must be at least 21 years of age, possess a valid PA Driver’s License, and be able to satisfactorily complete a PA State Police Criminal Background Check as well as a PA Department of Motor Vehicles Records Check. Qualified applicants are invited to pick-up and submit an application/resume for employment at:

West Earl Township Office 157 W. Metzler Road, Brownstown Between the hours of 8:00 AM to 4:00 PM, Monday through Friday Resumes may be mailed to West Earl Township, P.O. Box 787, Brownstown, PA 17508 Attention: Township Manager. Applications will be received until position is filled. E.O.E.

Part Time Receptionist

NOTICE: Garage Sale, April 12-13-18. Toys, Trucks, Structo, Ertl, banks, Tonka, Winross, Buddy L, Hess, farm toys, Case IH, JD, Ford New Holland, Oliver, true scale, 1/8 scale, JD wagon, Wide mount freezer, Fisher Prices, Precision tools, ridged wrench, P. Butter glasses, tools. 800 Sum-­ mit Circle, 322 Clay, Yum-­ merdall Road. NOTICE: Garage/Moving Sale, 4/13, 8am-3pm, Sun-­ day, 4/14, 11am-3pm. Sat-­ urday, 4/20, 8am-3pm, Sun-­ day, 4/21, 11am-3pm. Sat-­ urday, 4/27, 8am-3pm, Sun-­ day, 4/28, 11am-3pm. 1380 Furnace Hill Road, Stevens.

Busy small animal hospital seeking dedicated part-time Receptionist. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to customer service, answering phones, data entry and filing. Previous experience/background in profession is preferred but not required. Applicants must be friendly with excellent communication skills essential for client relations and team work. Some evenings and Saturdays are required. Salary negotiable based on experience. Send cover letter and resume to: Animal Hosp. PT Recpt. PO Box 456, Ephrata, PA 17522


TECHNICIAN/MECHANIC Full-Time Diesel Repair Technician for heavy-duty/commercial repair facility. Position requires quality workmanship from someone who is self-motivated, has a strong work ethic and ability to do general and specialty repairs. Must have personal tools and PA driver’s license. PA CDL & State Inspection License preferred but not required. Knowledge of computer diagnostics for major makes/models of Class 4-8 trucks helpful. Competitive wages and excellent benefits including Simple IRA, Health Ins., Vacation, Holidays & Uniforms.

Please send resume to:

Ben’s Truck Repair, PO Box 81, Denver, PA 17517 or email to:,

DIESEL MECHANIC/ TECHNICIAN Elite Coach is seeking AN INDIVIDUAL FOR FLEET MAINTENANCE ON HIGH-END CHARTER BUSSES. Preferred Qualifications: Ability to work with electrical diagrams and diagnostics, HVAC training and experience, diesel or large equipment experience, attention to detail, flexibility, positive attitude. • $1500 Tool Sign-on Bonus • Assistance With Obtaining CDL • Overtime Opportunities • Variety & Flexibility • First Shift • Benefits Package • Clean, Professional, Friendly Work Environment

Submit resume to: or apply in person.

For more information, visit us at, 1685 West Main St., Ephrata, PA 17522 (717) 721-5166

Say You Saw It In “The Shopping News” - Wednesday, April 10, 2019 - 7B


Make your

Wheatfield Estates

NOTICE: Multi-Family Sale, 4/19 & 4/20. Baby & kid’s shoes, clothing, NB-2T girl’s 2T-4T boy’s. Adult clothing, men’s M & women’s S/M/L & maternity. Home decor, jew-­ elry, toys and much more. 18 Pinewood Ave., Ephrata. Rain or shine.


NOTICE: Yard Sale, 4/12-4/ 13. 136 Bellevue Ave., Eph-­ rata.

Yard Sale Community Garage Sales a SUCCESS!

Your ad would be delivered to 38,000 homes!

April 13, 2019

Call for pricing!

7:00 - ?


Rain or Shine

off Rt. 772 in Rothsville

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NOTICE: Huge House-­ hold Sale, Friday, April 12th & Saturday, April 13th, 8am-12 noon. Rain or shine. At Be-­ yond the Fork in the Road, 56-F West Church Street, Denver. Email questions to: Michelle@Beyondthefo

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Bressler’s, Inc. is seeking a FT Heavy-Duty Wrecker Operator for local and long-distance heavy-duty towing and recovery. Be home every night! 3+ CDL Combination experience required; no towing experience necessary. Must have clean driver’s license and criminal history. Competitive pay, health insurance, retirement, vacation.

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F.M. Brown’s Sons, Inc. in Sinking Spring, PA, is looking to add to our business family in filling these exciting job openings. Our company has been in business for over 170 years and is still growing strong. We have immediate openings for people who want to work in the following positions: Order Picker - Uses forklift to obtain products to build skids for shipping. Material Handler - Provides raw materials for production lines, shrink wraps finished goods on skids and transports items throughout the production area and warehouse via forklift. All positions must be able to safely lift or move up to 60 lbs. Competitive wages, medical insurance, vacation & holiday pay as well as 401k. Offers of employment are contingent on passing criminal background checks and drug testing. Walk-in - FM Brown’s Sons, Inc. 205 Woodrow Ave, Sinking Spring, PA 19608 Between 8am-4pm, M-F Call – 610-678-2838, ext 228 or 218 email – EEO Employer

10B - Wednesday, April 10, 2019 - Say You Saw It In “The Shopping News� HELP WANTED: Now hiring. HELP WANTED: Esben-­ shades Garden Centers. Hir-­ Faithful Transport is looking ing FT & PT, permanent & for drivers to transport spe-­ seasonal positions, retail, cial needs students to and warehouse & Ecommerce di-­ from school. No CDL re-­ visions. Apply at quired, part-time hours. Be, call part of a team that is making 717-626-7007 or stop by any a difference in the lives of location. Competitive wages students every day. Please and benefits for FT perma-­ call 717-286-1650 ext. 2 to apply. Retirees welcome. nent positions. HELP WANTED: Roofers and Siding Installers. Must have experience and drivers li-­ cense. Local company offer-­ ing year round work and ben-­ efits and package. Competi-­ tive wages. Please call M&E Roofing LLC at 717-6264253. HELP WANTED: Drivers CDL-A: Competitive Pay. Paid Detention and all miles. Late model equipment, rider policy. 23yoa min. 844-3612119 x210.

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At a recent Advancement meeting, Boy Scout Troop 48 recently recognized scouts for advancement. They are (front row) Zack Eno to Scout; and (back row) Josh Haddon to Star Rank, Dylan Rosso to Second Class Rank, Jack Sullivan to Star Rank and Ray Haddon III to Life Scout. Interested in what scouting has to offer? Contact Scoutmaster Charles Ulrich at 717-3715284 or email at

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No experience required, training is provided. IU13 is seeking individuals to support Special Education students for the Extended School Year summer program. Various positions available with a strong need for: • Paraprofessionals (student support aides): HS Diploma Required • Healthcare Assistants: LPN Required • Physical Therapists: PA PT License Required *Paraprofessionals and Health Care Assistants can earn up to an additional $350 for perfect attendance!* DATES: ESY runs from June 24th - July 25th. Mon-Th. Locations include: Donegal, Elanco, Elizabethtown, Hempfield, Lancaster, Lebanon, Manheim, Manheim Twp., Penn Manor, Solanco & Warwick For a complete listing of current openings for ESY and to apply online, visit EOE


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BUS CLEANER/ YARD JOCKEY Part time, primarily weekdays (Sunday-Thursday). Shifts begin at 8:00 p.m. and go till all buses are cleaned. Starting rate $13.50/hr. + $1.00 yard-jockey differential. Candidates must be: • Detail oriented • Able to work as part of a team • In good physical condition • Able to bend, stoop, kneel, lift up to 40 pounds • Able to move quickly in and around bus interiors • Continue pace for up to 8 hours EXPERIENCE DRIVING LARGE VEHICLES REQUIRED

A Personalized Retirement Home

Apply in person:

Qualified candidates will assist and care for Residents (bathing, dressing, hair care, medication management), Facilitate group activities, and assist with cooking and serving meals. This individual should be able to work independently, multi-task, manage time efficiently, and have a friendly-caring personality.


Must be at least 21 years old and have a HS diploma or GED for above positions



4:30pm to 7pm Assemble lite lunch items and serve soups, sandwiches, etc. ***************************************************** Download application at or apply in person

103 West Main Street, Ephrata, PA 17522

WANTED: Old barns and houses. Also, tobacco sheds. Willing to clean up. 717-803-6681.

For Rent


Bomberger’s is a local family owned business looking for high quality carpet and flooring installers. Experience is preferred, but we will train the right person. Must be a hard worker with an eye for detail. We offer great benefits and competitive pay. Check out our website at Interested candidates contact Will at 717-917-2176. FLOORING




JOB FAIR Thursday, 28, 2019 HOT JOBS! JOBMarch F AIR Bomberger’s Store Inc.


M/F 555 Furnace Hills Pike • Lititz, PA 17543


Moravian Manor


2 pm - 4 Manor pm Moravian

Join the team at Moravian Manor’s newest attraction Thursday , March 28, 2019 The Owl’s Nest Restaurant & Sippery

2 pm - 4 pm

The Owl’s Nest Restaurant & Sippery will be the “go-to� place for dining with sustainable, local and fresh farm-to-table selections in addition to comfort foods&“with a twist�. The Owl’s Nest Restaurant Sippery will be the “go-to� place forPositions: dining with sustainable, Open local and fresh farm-to-table selections in addition to comfort foods “with a twist�.

8am to 2pm Candidate will prepare and serve breakfast and lunch meals for 17 Residents. Lunch meal is the main meal and changes daily. Will assist in planning and improving menu items. Will prep evening meal. Person would also assist in grocery shopping. Professional Cooking experience is NOT required. Preferred candidate would be available for weekend work. 4-5 shifts per week.

3 TO 4 DAYS PER WEEK - 18 to 24 Hours

WANTED: $100-$2,000 paid for unwanted and junk vehi-­ cles. Local, insured and bonded dealer. Free removal. Call anytime, 717-350-1208.

The Owl’s Nest Restaurant & Sippery



WANTED: Will buy your home for cash regardless of condition. Quick cash set-­ tlement. Call 717-2785880.

1685 West Main St., Ephrata, PA 17522 For more information, call (717) 721-5166



WANTED: Your unwanted broken or good jewelry, gold, silver, diamonds, pocket/wrist watches you no longer want, bring them in for immediate evaluation and cash pay-­ ment. Nobody in Lancas-­ ter County pays more. The Gold Man, 150 E. Main St., New Holland. We do house calls, coins too. 610-780-6873, 717-4750071.

Join the team at Moravian Manor’s newest attraction -


7:30am to 2:30pm or 2pm to 9:30pm 2-4 Shifts Per Week, Every Other Weekend Required

WANTED: Vinyl records & musical instruments: Pay-­ ing cash. Top dollar paid for your vinyl records- all styles and genres, 33s, 45s & 78s. Guitars, amps, clarinets, trumpets, any-­ thing music! We love it all. Call or stop by today, Li-­ titz Music Company, 47 S. Broad Street in Lititz. 717627-4929. www.lititzmusic .com.

Immediate Openings - General Laborers Full Time • All Shifts Are Available. Must have reliable transportation. Permanent Opportunity Positions! Must be able to lift 50 lbs. Willing to work OT when necessary. Must be okay with standing an entire shift. Multiple positions available throughout Lancaster County. Call to schedule an appointment.

Many other positions open in the Lancaster, Lebanon & York areas. Contact us today for up-to-the-minute information on our job openings.

Lancaster Office: 717-824-4005 14 Greenfield Road, Lancaster, PA 17602

Lebanon Office: 717-450-5443

224 South 9th Street, Lebanon, PA 17042

Bartender • Cooks Open Positions: Wait staff/Servers Bartender • Cooks Utility workers Benefits Wait Offered: staff/Servers • FREE Employee Wellness Program workers • FREE RockUtility Med Membership

Benefits Offered: • Employer Funded Pension Plan • Employee Wellness Program • FREE Employer Assisted Housing • Rock Med Membership • FREE Tuition Reimbursement Program • Funded Pension Plan • Employer Onsite Daycare Services • Employer Assisted Housing Interested inProgram joining a great team of caring • Tuition Reimbursement people, please stop by, email or apply online. • Onsite Daycare Services Interested in joining a great team of caring Moravian 300 W.orLemon people, pleaseManor stop by,• email apply St. online. Lititz PA 17543 EOE Moravian Manor • 300 W. Lemon St. Lititz PA 17543 EOE

Say You Saw It In “The Shopping News” - Wednesday, April 10, 2019 - 11B FOR RENT: Furnished room for 1 person, includes cable, no smoking, no alcohol, no pets, women preferred, Den-­ ver area, $400/month. 717336-4340. FOR RENT: Single office, 607 East Main Street, Ephrata. Off-street park-­ ing. Water/sewer, electric, trash included. $310 per month. One-year lease, se-­ curity deposit and credit check required. 17-7381151.

FOR RENT: First floor of-­ fice space, Orange Street, Ephrata. 2-3 offices, large meeting room, two bath-­ rooms, closet/storage space, lobby/vestibule area. Off-street parking for 5-6 vehicles. Includes heat, water/sewer and trash. $830 per month plus security deposit and credit check. 717-7381151.

FOR RENT: 2BR, 2nd floor, newly renovated, includes all appliances, washer/dryer, AC, off-street parking. No pets/smoking. 50 Lancaster Ave., Ephrata. $765 plus se-­ curity. 717-627-2121.


FOR RENT: Large 3 bed-­ room 2nd floor apt., Hope-­ FOR RENT: 1BR, 2nd floor land area, kitchen, living apartment. Includes stove, refrigerator, heat, water/ room, laundry, includes sewer, trash, off-street park-­ washer/dryer, stove, re-­ing, $515/month plus electric. Available in April. frigerator, dishwasher, Orange Street, Ephrata. Call not pets, no smoking, off 717-738-1151. street parking, $850 monthly plus security. Houses Call 717-733-7213.

FOR RENT: Akron/Ephra-­ FOR RENT: Rehoboth ta, upscale 2BR condo Beach houses, walk to beach/boardwalk, sleeps style apt. 1-1/2BA, all ap-­ 8, no pets, no smoking. pliances, off-street park-­ $1,155, and $1,500. Call ing, quiet neighborhood, for availability. 717-629no pets, no smoking, se-­ 6556. curity deposit, $925 plus utilities, credit check. 717Free FOR RENT: Twin Pine 587-7441. Storage Units, 24hr. ac-­ cess, $20.00 per month FOR RENT: Rooms available FREE: Will haul away free and up. 717-733-6549. Or with kitchenette, weekly or unwanted scrap metal, wash-­ dryers, stove, refrigera-­ stop in at 1932 W. Main, monthly at Econo Lodge Inn ers, and Suites, Denver/ RT272, tors, freezers, water heaters, Ephrata. M-Th, 9am-5pm, near Dunkin Donuts and Red car parts, and batteries. Any-­ metal. No TV’s. Call F 9am-3:30pm, Sat., 10am- Roof Inn. No pets. Call 717- thing Mike at 717-874-8219, leave 336-7000. 12pm. message.



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Interested candidates may apply at:

Route 23, East Earl, PA 17519

Meat Cutter (Experienced Only) Full Time Donut Production 1st & 2nd Shift, Full Time Clerks Part Time Cashiers Part Time

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


ostrich egg, you can feed 24 people. • When you studied history in school, you probably didn’t learn about Edward Hyde. He was a cousin to Queen Anne and was appointed to the post of colonial governor of New York, in which position he served from 1702 to 1708. (Continued On Page 12B)


Rutt Handcrafted Cabinetry is the recognized leader who continues to set the cabinetry industry standard for perfection. We are interested in meeting individuals who possess the desire, passion, and experience to join our team to help craft and support the production of some of the finest cabinetry available. Rutt Handcrafted Cabinetry now has an opening for the following full-time position:

• Cabinet Hardware Craftsman - Final Assembly



• It was noted American poet Ogden Nash, best known as a composer of droll verse, who made the following sage observation: “Some tortures are physical / And some are mental, /

But the one that is both / Is dental.” • According to the U.S. Department of Agriculture, if you’re like the average American, you consume 132 pounds of sugar every year. Compare that to folks in the year 1700, who consumed only about 4 pounds of sugar per year. • If you cook a single

This position performs the basic final assembly of cabinetry installing all hardware and components to cabinets; hanging doors, installing shelves, mounting drawer fronts, installing drawer/roll-out tracks. Will be required to use power and hand tools, gauging equipment and jigs. Candidates must have a proven work history. Experience or schooling in woodworking or cabinetry industry preferred along with manufacturing experience. Must be able to read and interpret measurements, identify different wood species, and be detail oriented. Will be required to lift up to 50 lbs. and work in an environment where there is exposure to dust and noise. The work hours are Monday through Thursday, 6:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., Friday, 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. with overtime required as needed. Rutt Handcrafted Cabinetry offers a competitive wage and benefit package which includes Medical, Dental, Vision, Short Term Disability, company paid group Life Insurance and Long Term Disability Policy. Also offered is a Company Matched 401(k) Plan and a Product Purchase Plan. Interested candidates can stop in to complete an employment application or print an employment application from our website under “careers” at or submit their resume/ application via email to or mail to:


HANDCRAFTED CABINETRY Attn: HR Manager 215 Diller Ave., New Holland, PA 17557

Transportation ARE YOU HIRING?

For information on placing your help wanted ad on our Who’s Hiring page, call The Shopping News at 717-738-1151

NOW HIRING: CDL Class A Driver

• Must have a minimum of one year Class A tractor trailer on-road driving experience Distribution Center • Must be at least 21 years of age • Must be able to pass various DOT requirements • Many local runs available • Generous time off program • $7,000 Sign on bonus!

For more information or to apply: Visit our website at and click on “Careers.”

Now Accepting Applications For:

Full Time

DRIVERS Apply in person: 251 Commerce Drive, New Holland, PA 17557

CDL w/Tanker and Hazmat Endorsement. All DOT Qualifications Required.


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Though he’s not well known now, he was quite the talk of the colonies in his day. It seems that when a delegation of colonists went to his mansion to welcome the new governor, they found him sitting on the front porch, crocheting a doily and wearing one of his wife’s dresses. At his first formal ball as governor, he wore a gown. His eccentricities continued until he was caught embezzling public money and was returned to England. • The next time you see a shampoo commercial and

note how creamy and frothy the lather seems to be, keep this in mind: The model in the advertisement probably has either laundry detergent or frothed egg whites on her hair. • Those who study such things say that 10 years after a hot dog has been dumped in a landfill, the wiener could still be intact. • It was 20th-century American theoretical physicist Richard Feynman who made the following sage observation: “It doesn’t matter how beautiful your theory is, it doesn’t matter how smart you are. If it doesn’t agree with experiment, it’s wrong.” • Historians report that Alexander the Great -- best known for his conquests

OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY, April 14th • 1-3 PM

PMEA District Orchestra

Shopping News Photo by Donald Reese Cocalico High School student Rebecca Gideon was selected to participate in both the County and District Orchestra this year. Congratulations on achieving this honor!

FOR RENT Commercial Office Space 3340 Rothsville Rd. Akron

Well maintained and updated all brick ranch home in Ephrata School District. This property features an open layout, updated kitchen w/island, granite countertops and tile backsplash, forced air heat and central air. Neutral paint colors throughout, large unfinished lower level for storage or room to expand and attached 2-car garage. Excellent home and move-in ready!

Priced at $224,900

DIRECTIONS: From Rt. 272 heading north turn left onto Rothsville Rd. Home on Left.

Andy Sollenberger

24 Orange Street, Ephrata First floor office space includes 2-3 offices plus large meeting room, two bathrooms, abundant closet/storage space, private lobby/vestibule area, off-street parking for 5-6 vehicles. Utilities include heat, water/sewer, trash, lawn and snow removal. $830.00 per month, 1-year lease, security deposit and credit check. Call 717-738-1151 or email for more information.

717-733-4777 or 717-669-8813


Sunday, April 14th, 1-3 PM 7 Brendan Drive, Reinholds, PA 17569

1433 West Main St., Ephrata, PA 17522 • 717-733-4158

Directions: 272N, L on 897, L on Reinholds Rd., R on Reinholds Rd., R on Brendan Dr., property on the right.

This 3,084 sq. ft. multi-level consists of 4 bedrooms, 3 full baths, living room with gas fireplace, vaulted ceilings, plus the open dining area with updated kitchen. Lower level in-law suite with living area, kitchenette, bedroom, full bath and a separate entrance. Also includes a 4-season sunroom exiting out to the patio. Oversized 2-car garage, large rear deck with a nice view of the backyard and farmland. NEW PRICE...

BUILDING LOT 94 Adamstown Road, Reinholds, PA 17569 LOCATION, LOCATION! Build your dream home on this 10+ acre private wooded lot, this property provides easy access to major routes. Property is enrolled in Act 319. The right mix of the convenience of major roadways and shopping nearby and that peaceful off the grid feeling of nature’s wildlife & country living. Find it here on this 10+ acre blank canvas for a beautiful wooded home site, down a winding drive of a canopy of leaves!

See Website For Complete Listings 3 BR 2/3 fl. Apt., 326 Main St., Denver. $785, w/s/t, stove, refrig. NO SMKG. 2 BR 1st fl. Apt., 44 Bethany Rd., Apt. H, Ephrata. $950, trash, stove, refrig., w/d, d/w, micro. NO SMKG. 1 BR 1st fl. Apt., 2605 Heidelberg Ave., Apt. #2, Newmanstown. $675, heat, electric, w/s, stove, refrig. 1 BR 3rd fl. Apt., 14 W. Main St., Apt. #4, Ephrata. $615, heat, w/s/t, stove, refrig., coin laund. NO SMKG. 1 BR, 6 W. Church St., Apt. #5, Reamstown. $565, trash, stove, refrig. NO SMKG. 1 BR, 12 N. Reamstown Rd., Apt. #3, Reamstown. $525, trash, stove, refrig. NO SMKG.

Rt. 272 South, Behind Bright’s Restaurant


A member of the franchise system of BHH Affiliates, LLC

190 Cocalico Creek Road, Stevens, PA



Rt 272 Old Mill Rd, Ephrata


I am looking for a home in the Cocalico School District on a partially wooded lot?


800-383-3535 |


Professional Office space, 1,500 sq. ft. unit located on Route 272 with one large reception/office area, 2 private offices, 2 bathrooms. Rent includes water, sewer, trash and taxes. Tenant pays electricity and cable. $1,100 monthly rent.

throughout Asia and North Africa, which helped to create one of the ancient world’s largest empires before he turned 30 -- had a hard-and-fast rule for his soldiers: no beards. Alexander didn’t want to give their enemies anything to grab onto during battle. • If you’re sending a letter to Ireland, don’t worry if the address you have on file is missing the postal code; in that country the only addresses that use them are in the capital, Dublin. • In 2002, researchers conducted a study to determine how consumers’ decisions are influenced by seemingly minor changes in appearance. They presented car-buyers with a variety of webpages; everything on the pages was the same -- the vehicles presented, the information provided, prices, etc. -- except for the background. One group got a green background with a pattern of pennies on it, and one group got a red background with a pattern of flames. As it turns out, the background did, indeed, influence behavior: Consumers in the green-background group spent more time looking at information about cost, while those in the redbackground group spent more time looking at details about safety features. • In Ireland, to ensure good luck on a child’s birthday, it was once the tradition to hold the child by the feet and bump his or her head on the floor once for each of the child’s years. • It was 19th-century



Ephrata - EPHRATA AREA Schls Lititz - WARWICK Schls 2 BR, 1.5 Baths. Stevens - COCALICO Schls 3 BR, Ephrata - EPHRATA AREA Schls

3 BR, 1.5 Baths. Call Brandy Houck, Call Kathleen O’Connell, SHPALA127830 2 Baths. Call Brad Wolf, SHPALA124418 3 BR, 1.5 Baths. Call Judy Hertzog, SHPALA122452 $139,900. SHPALA120668 $249,900. $150,000. $178,500.





Reinholds - COCALICO Schls Denver - First floor master suite. Custom New Holland - EASTERN LANCASTER Reinholds - COCALICO Schls 4 BR, 2.5 Baths. Call Brian Hartman, kitchen and a beautiful family room. Call COUNTY Schls 5 BR, 3 Baths. Call 3 BR, 2 Baths. Call Donna Strenko, SHPALA124706 $264,900. Susan Shirk, SH1007793028 $324,900. Sandy Martin, SHPALA124498 $332,500. SHPALA124692 $339,900.

Theresa Richardson REALTOR®




717-468-2583 •717-738-9986 x240

Lititz - WARWICK Schls 4 BR, Ephrata - EPHRATA Schls 3 BR, Lititz - WARWICK Schls 4 BR, 2.5 Baths. Lititz - WARWICK Schls 3 BR,

2.5 Baths. Call Donna Shaw, 2.5 Baths. Call Kelley Clark, Call Craig Hartranft, SHPALA120542 2.5 Baths. Call Dawn Fox, SH1007542200 SHPALA124764 $359,900. SHPALA112390 $384,900. $384,900. $414,300.

German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche who made the following sage observation: “One will rarely err if extreme actions be ascribed to vanity, ordinary actions to habit, and mean actions to fear.” • Are you an agelast or an abderian? If you never laugh, you’re the latter; if you laugh too much, you’re the former. • There is one species of frog, found in the Southeast Asian country of Indonesia, that has no lungs; it breathes entirely through its skin. • You might be surprised to learn that the largest employer in the United States is the Department of Defense. Wal-Mart is No. 2, followed by the U.S. Postal Service. • Those who study such things say that as we age, a man’s brain shrinks more rapidly than a woman’s. • According to Tibetan tradition, a man must get permission from his lady love’s maternal uncle before the couple can get married. • If you’re in Florida and make a trip to the hair salon, keep in mind that in that state, it’s illegal to fall asleep under a hair dryer. Both the client and the salon can be fined. • It seems that almost every little girl has a Barbie doll, but have you ever thought about what a life-size Barbie would look like? She would be 7 feet, 2 inches tall, weigh 125 pounds and have bustwaist-hip measurements of 40-22-36. • The white rhinoceros is not actually white. The “white” part of the name comes from the Afrikaans word “wijd,” which means “wide”; it describes the animal’s lips.

Acreage Properties FOR SALE 1667 Little Mountain Rd., Frystown Area

Country 2 story on 10 Acres. 4 BR, 2.5 BA, 3,045 SF, large kit., 1st floor laundry. Great View! 2 outbuildings.

$374,800 104 Schlouch Rd., Bowmansville Area

103/4 Acre Farmette w/4 BR home. 4 car gar. Mostly wooded w/stream & pond.

$439,800 2278 Laurel Springs Rd., Narvon/East Earl Area

2 Acre custom built 2 sty. 4 BR, 3,800 SF. Stone FP in FR. 24x34 3 car gar./shop plus 2 car gar.

$499,800 240 Chapel Rd., Kleinfeltersville Area

Unique 12.3 Acre Farmette. 1900’s solid sandstone 4 BR dwelling. Barn, shop/gar., spring pond, tennis courts, fenced pasture. Elco Sch.


Bridge or Deposit financing available for these properties

Call Randal V. Kline 717-733-1006 OR 717-733-4777 Ext. 113


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DEAR DR. ROACH: I am a 62-year-old female who weighs 97 pounds and is 4 feet, 10 inches tall. I’m a non-smoker, non-drinker. I’m a mother of three, take no medications and have no medical issues except acid reflux. My brother died of Ewing sarcoma at 6. My 10-year-old sister died of dysgerminoma. Mom was diagnosed with colon cancer at 47 and died at 52. Dad died of pancreatic cancer at 81 after being in remission from prostate cancer for five years. On Mom’s side, her sister and aunt also had

colon cancer. What screenings do I need? What screenings are needed for my two daughters, ages 41 and 43? My daughters’ paternal grandmother died of breast cancer at 72. My other siblings, a 56-yearold brother and 68-year-old sister, are healthy. -- G.T. ANSWER: With so many cancers in your family, I would strongly suggest a visit with a genetic counselor. The combination of colon, pancreatic and prostate cancer suggests a genetic syndrome, such as Lynch syndrome and BRCA 1 or 2, although your history isn’t classic for either of these. There are many lesscommon familial syndromes that increase the risk for various cancers, and we are gradually increasing our knowledge of them. Some of the cancers you mention are not associated with any known syndrome, such as Ewing sarcoma, a primary bone cancer, and



MON., APRIL 15, 2019 SALE AT 10:00 A.M.


To be held at Renningers Antique Market, 2500 N. Reading Rd., Denver (Rt. 272, near Adamstown) Taxidermy: Black Bear; Coyote; Caribou; Pronghorn Antelope; Numerous Large Whitetail Buck; Whitetail Non-Typical(w/Drop Tine); Turkey; Antler Mounts; Rainbow Trout; Etc. Pool Supplies: Pumps; Sand Filters; Solar Covers; Winter Covers; Liners; Ladders; Chemicals; Etc. There Will Also Be Antiques, Tools, Household Goods & Many Box Lots. This Week Our Entire Auction Will Be Outside, Under The Pavilion. We Will Be Full! For pictures, visit (Auctioneer ID#1536) weekend prior to auction date, or follow us on Facebook! 10% buyer’s premium. Cash, credit card or good PA check accepted as payment. No out of state checks without bank letter or prior approval. All items sold as-is, where-is. Food & restrooms available.

dysgerminoma, a rare type of ovarian cancer. It’s possible that your family has just been very unfortunate. Still, I would recommend getting more knowledge about any genetic risk you may have. With this information, you can learn the right screening strategies for yourself, as well as obtain information that could potentially be valuable to your siblings and children. *** DEAR DR. ROACH: At first the doctors thought my wife had myasthenia gravis. After a series of tests, it was determined that she did not have that disease. However, the neurologists now think she has mitochondrial myopathy. Can you tell us a little more about this disease, please? -- R.R. ANSWER: Mitochondrial myopathies are a group of disorders of the mitochondria, which are responsible for the production of energy inside the cell. Almost all cells contain mitochondria, but muscle cells are loaded with them. Since they do so much of the energy consumption, muscles are most affected. These disorders used to be considered rare, but it is now thought that 1 in 10,000 people may have one of these disorders (which

makes it uncommon, but not rare). Mitochondria come almost completely from the mother, and as a result, a family history of muscle problems in the maternal line suggests this diagnosis. Mitochondrial myopathies range dramatically in severity. They are diagnosed with a combination of blood testing, EKG (since some can affect heart muscle), EMG (a test of the electrical activity of muscle), muscle biopsy and genetic tests of the mitochondria. Unfortunately, I can’t give you any details at all about prognosis or treatment, which require a specific diagnosis. Most of these have no specific treatment, though L-carnitine, coenzyme Q10 and creatine often are tried. Your wife’s neurologists will give you more information. *** DEAR DR. ROACH: I am 71. I’m overweight at 300 pounds and have had Type 2 diabetes for 15 years. I haven’t had any chest pain or heart problems, but a recent nuclear stress test led my doctor to suspect buildup in one of my arteries, and he wants to do a cardiac catheterization. I do not want to do this, partly because I feel that once you let doctors start



SAT., APRIL 20, 2019 at 8:30 A.M.

messing with your body, you will only experience more problems (like a stent or something) and your life will never be the same. I don’t want to offend the cardiologist, but I really do not want to do this. Am I completely wrong? -- P.R. ANSWER: Making a decision after knowing all the pertinent information isn’t wrong, even if it isn’t the decision the doctor recommends. I’d like to be sure you have all the right information. A nuclear stress test uses a radioactive dye to look at blood flow to the heart. Although they are very accurate, like almost every test, they can be mistaken. This is why your cardiologist ordered the cardiac catheterization -- the best test we have to look for blockages in the arteries. The risk in a cardiac catheterization, also called an angiogram, is low. If there are no blockages, that information is helpful and might allow your cardiologist to have you stop some medications. If you do have blockages, you have a choice of medical treatment (such as a statin, beta blocker and aspirin), catheter treatment (such as angioplasty with or without a stent) and surgical treatment. Knowing

more about the location and severity of any blockage can allow you to make a more informed decision about what treatment is better. Stents and surgery would be less commonly used in someone without symptoms, unless the blockage were very severe or in a critical artery. It’s not unreasonable, given your medical history, to assume that there is a blockage that might need medical treatment. In addition to the medications I mentioned, taking excellent care of your diabetes, losing some weight, making sure your diet is proper for someone with suspected heart disease, and participating in a monitored exercise program all can reduce your risk of a heart attack. In fact, these are important even if you do get a stent or surgery. I don’t think your cardiologist will be offended if you can give him your reasons for declining an angiogram, even though he and I are recommending it in order to provide the best information to decide whether further intervention is necessary. *** DEAR DR. ROACH: I recently had a hip replacement. I am 84, with


MONDAY, MAY 13 • 5 P.M.

323 Hemlock Ln., New Holland. Rt. 23 W. to New Holland. Right Mentzer Ave. Left Hemlock Ln. Property on right. (New Holland Boro., Lanc. Co.)

NEW LOCATION: 166 W. Reistville Rd; Myerstown, PA 17067 At the Lebanon Produce Auction, Just off PA-501 (Stiegel Pike) Between Myerstown & Schaefferstown.

All announcements made day of sale take precedence over prior advertisement. Lic. #AU001476-L Lic. #AU005308-L 717-336-6983

- East Earl Area -


VEHICLES: ’05 F150 5.4 Triton; ’01 F350 7.3 PowerStroke Dsl; 2 Dodge Caravans; 2000 Harley SoftTail 1450cc; Etc; RECREATIONAL: JD Gator Dsl; Polaris Scrambler 500; Honda 450R; Golf Carts; Etc; ZERO TURNS: Toro, Hustler, Bob-Cat; Etc; RIDERS: JD, Cub Cadet & Many More! 3 Pt 7.5’ Rotary Mower; TOOLS & SUPPLIES from Retired Plumber; ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES from 3 Local Estates. PARTIAL LISTING ONLY. SEE WEBSITE for Details, Photos & Updates. RECEIVING DATES: Thur, 4/18 & Fri, 4/19, 8AM-8PM. CALL NOW TO ADVERTISE YOUR ITEMS: 717-949-3211.

Custom vinyl split level w/1488 SF, eat-in kitchen w/custom oak raised panel cabinets & appliances, dining rm., living rm., family rm. w/free standing LP gas stove & sliding patio doors to 10x18 deck, 3 bdrms., 1½ baths, laundry, electric heat pump, central AC, covered soffit & fascia, insulated/tilt windows, covered front porch, attached 1 car garage, public water & sewer, no outlet street. NOTE: Ideally located custom split level dwl. Low maintenance, economical and “move in” condition. Ideal as residence or investment. Convenient New Holland location w/easy access to Rts. 322 & Rt. 23. Terms 10% down, balance 60 days or before. Personal inspection by appointment or open house Sat., May 4 & 11 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 717-445-4309 Lic. #499, #2116, #5064, #3956

Nice 5 Bdrm. Rancher w/Finished Lower Level 11’x28’ Horse Barn - 11’x20’ Utility Bldg. .36 ACRES +/-

Tuesday, May 7, 2019 at 6:00 P.M.

Erma B. Nolt 717-354-8379


Location: 218 Reading Rd., East Earl, PA 17519 (E. Earl Twp., Lancaster Co.) Directions: Rt. 23 East of Shady Maple Complex. Turn left onto Rt. 625 North. Follow approx. 1 mi. to property on right.

- Real Estate Nice 5 Bdrm. Rancher w/finished basement and horse barn on level lot. 1 sty. 5 bdrm. Rancher w/2,880 SF. Main Level: 3 bdrms., 1½ bath, kitchen, dining rm., living rm., laundry/mudroom. Lower Level: Full, finished basement w/lg. family rm. w/ brick fireplace and built-in custom playhouse, 2 bdrms., full bath and cold cellar. Attic w/full steps. Rear Porch. Hi-efficiency LP gas/forced air heat. Central AC. 200 amp elec. w/hook-up for back-up generator. Attached 1 car garage. Outbuildings: 11’x28’ portable horse barn w/tack room. 11’x20’ Utility bldg. Also, a 1,000 gal. LP tank. All on .36 Acre +/- level lot w/macadam drive, garden area, on-site well and septic. Zoned AG, E. Earl Twp. Elanco Schools. NOTE: Updated rancher in move-in condition. Bordering farmland w/nice view. Great location. Minutes to Terre Hill, Blue Ball, New Holland, Goodville, Churchtown, etc. Easy access to Rts. 625, 23, 897, 322. The Smuckers have purchased a farmette and are planning to sell. TERMS: 10% down, settlement on or before July 6, 2019. Kling and Deibler, Attys. Inspection by appointment or OPEN HOUSE: SATURDAY, April 20 & 27, 1-3 PM. Contact auctioneer @ (717) 354-9524 w/any questions. See more at ID #25403 Auctioneers: Tim Weaver, Dave Stoltzfus & Steve Schuler Lic. # AY2109 Phone: 717-354-9524

Auction for: Ivan B. and Liz Smucker (717) 799-5651


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hearing loss. My family says my hearing is worse after the operation. My daughter talked with several seniors who experienced the same thing. They think it has to do with the anesthesia. Fact or fiction? -- D.W. ANSWER: Possibly fact. Hearing loss is a known and rare occurrence after surgery, and there are several ways in which it can happen. You mentioned anesthesia: Several anesthetic agents, especially nitrous oxide, can cause temporary hearing loss, but nitrous oxide is not used as often during surgery as it once was. Changes in the fluid pressure in the ear also can cause both temporary and permanent hearing loss. Finally, antibiotics given around the time of an operation can cause hearing loss. *** DEAR DR. ROACH: I recently attended a free introductory visit at my local health spa. It’s an interesting process. There is a circuit with 12 machines and 12 mats for doing cardio. Each exercise is done for 30 seconds, then you move to the next station. The circuit is supposed to be done twice at each session, three times per week. Can this really work to help you lose weight and get fit? Need I say again, 30 seconds ... really? Your opinion please. -- E.Y.M. ANSWER: There are two questions, and the first is on fitness. There, the answer is a resounding yes. Highintensity interval training has been clearly proven

to improve muscle and cardiovascular fitness. If you were to follow the program at the gym, working hard but not overdoing it, you certainly would find that your ability to do the exercises would improve, your stamina would increase, and you’d likely feel better and have more energy. A 24-minute workout (24 stations of 30 seconds each, done twice) is enough (and a LOT better than no workout at all). Unfortunately, just doing the exercise will not make you lose much weight. Losing weight comes from better dietary habits, which can help you eat less food and still feel satisfied. The combination of increased exercise and a little less food, especially less lowquality (“junk”) food, may help you lose a few pounds. Losing weight shouldn’t be the goal, in my opinion. Losing weight and keeping it off is tough to do, but by exercising regularly and eating well, you can dramatically improve overall health and well-being even without weight loss. *** Dr. Roach regrets that he is unable to answer individual letters, but will incorporate them in the column whenever possible. Readers may email questions to ToYourGoodHealth@med. To view and order health pamphlets, visit, or write to Good Health, 628 Virginia Drive, Orlando, FL 32803.

Mr. & Mrs. Rodney Flory’s



SAT. APRIL 13 at 11:00 AM REAL ESTATE - 11:00 AM

PERSONAL PROPERTY AFTER REAL ESTATE 425 Mill Creek Road, Bird-In-Hand, E. Lampeter Twp., Lancaster Co., PA

Lions Donate To Cheerleading Booster Club Each football season you can find the East Cocalico Lions Club selling their delicious French Fries at all the home Cocalico High School football games. As part of their “Service” to the Community, the club donates a percentage of the net profits to the Cocalico High School Cheerleading Booster Club. Shown in the photo is Lion Chairperson Mark Janke presenting a check in the amount of $1,181 to Noelle Fassnacht, President of the Booster Club. Noelle expressed her appreciation to the East Cocalico Lions and told them that this donation has been earmarked to help transport the Cheerleading Squad to camp. The East Cocalico Lions is part of the largest service organization in the world with clubs in over 209 countries or geographic areas with over 1.35 million members. Donating to the Cocalico High School Cheerleading Booster Club is just one of many ways that the East Cocalico Lions “Strengthen the Pride” as they celebrate their 75th Anniversary of “Lighting the Way” in their community and continue to make a

difference like no other service organization in the world. If you are interested in finding out more about the East Cocalico Lions or would like to join, please call 717-336-5311.

“Horst Auction Center” SPRING TOOL SALE






SAT., MAY 4 at 8:30 AM REAL ESTATE at 1:00 PM

LOCATED AT: 156 E. Mohler Church Rd. Ephrata, Pa. 17522

TOOLS - SAT., APRIL 13, 2019 AT 9:00 A.M.

Sale to be held at Horst Auction Center, 50 Durlach Rd., Ephrata, PA 17522. Catalog listing along with photos are available on our website, *******************************************************************************

Over 650 Lots of Antique Tools

Edge Tools: Axes, Hatchets & Adze - Goosewing, Hewing, Broad, Felling, Mortise & Posthole axes, carpenter’s & cooper’s adze; Cooper’s & other drawknives; Slicks, firmer, bench, carving & other chisels; Wooden Molding Planes: Complex, Joinery & bench planes; Transitional & English infill planes; Metal Planes: Stanley: Bailey #2 #7 bench planes; Bedrock & Gage series bench planes; #72 chamfer; #45, #55 combination molding; #51 chute board plane; Edge rabbet planes; Block planes; Lewin combination molding; Measuring devices; Adjustable Wrenches; patent dated wrenches; patented combination wrenches, Cooper’s tools; Hammers; Handsaws Collection; Drilling tools; Wooden & metal braces; patented breast & hand drills; Primitives: Blacksmith’s anvils & swage blocks; Wrought iron hardware; Stanley #862 oak tool chest; Bookbinder’s vise. Garage Area: Starts at 10:00 A.M. - Antique tool parts, user tools & repair projects. View our website for photos & itemized listing of items in our Main Hall. Accepted Payments: Cash; PA checks; Out of state checks w/prior approval; Visa, MasterCard and Debit Card with 3% surcharge.

REAL ESTATE: A beautiful solid brick Ranch style house w/attached 2 car garage & detached 62’x30’ shop on 5.7 wooded acres. House is very clean w/daylight basement, please see future ad for more details, or Call/Text auctioneer at 717587-8906. OPEN HOUSE DATES: Saturdays, April 20 & 27, from 1-3 PM. PERSONAL PROPERTY: 1957 Ford Fairlane 4-Door Hardtop, nice restoration; Kubota L185DT 4x4 diesel tractor w/loader; lots of woodworking tools; antiques; household items; see future ad or our website for listing. Please visit our website at

Auction By: John J. Rutt II 717-587-8906 Michael J. Martin 717-371-3333 AY-2189-L

Auction For:

EPHRATA, PA Member of PA & National Auctioneers Assoc.



DWELLING: Well maintained brick & vinyl sided ONE OWNER bi-level home, attached 2-car garage; overlooking picturesque Amish farmland. UPPER LEVEL: Open eat-in kitchen, hardwood, cabinets; dining area w/ lg. bay window; living room w/oak flooring, fireplace; glass doors to lg. rear deck, Mill Creek & farmland views; master bdrm. w/full bath, linen closet; lg. adj. laundry w/sewing room; 2 bdrms., hallway w/cedar closet. LOWER LEVEL: 4th bdrm.; family room w/fireplace insert, slate hearth, access to grade level patio; office area; bath w/shower, linen closet; attic access in hallway; lg. garage w/side workshop and lg. paved driveway. Other Amenities: Plaster walls; pantry, china, linen, coat closets; elect. heat pump, woodstove inserts, central air; septic, well; new GAF 30 year shingle roof in May, 2018; 200 amp. elect. space driveway & lawn, landscaped; loc. quiet, picturesque country area, minutes to numerous community activities and sites. Excellent, well built & designed home. PERS. PROP.: Oak Student Desk; Child’s Table & Chair; Vict. Loveseat & Chair; 7 Sect. Stack Bookcase (Old); 7 Bd. Exten. Dining Table; Oak Side Bd.and China Hutch; Pine Decor. Cabinet; Plk. Bottom Rocker & Chairs; Nice Old Church Pew; Washstand; Bookcase; Sgl. Bed w/Nightstand; Metal Shelving; Nice Upholstered Sofa & Chair; Cut Glass Water Pitcher; Royal Doulton, Noritake, Gaudy Decor. China Pcs.; Linens, Quilts; Cookware; Child’s Metal Trucks/Loaders; Games, Doll Cradle, Tinkertoys & Lincoln Logs in Orig. Boxes; Coleman Delux. Propane Camp Stove, Lantern; Num. Nice Canning Jars. APPL.: Samsung 2 Dr. Ref./Freezer; GE Washer & Dryer; CUB CADET LTX 1040 Automt. w/Deck; TORO 724 Snow Blower; TROY-BILT PONY TILLER; Wheelbarrows; 24’ Exten. Ladder; Axes, Sledges, Chain, Skil, Limb & Sabre Saws; Digging Iron; 2 Ton Hyd. Jack; Work Bench and More. NOTE: This is nearly an absolute sale. Low reserve. Mr. & Mrs. Flory are moving to smaller quarters and need this fine one owner home to be sold. Real Estate Portfolios will be available with more detailed information and photos. See for more detailed info & photos.

TERMS: 10% down sale day, balance & settlement in 45 days. Subject to confirmation. For Real Estate Portfolio and Inspection by Appointment, contact Al Reist at (717) 951-5088 or (717) 569-2409.

Auction by:

Auction for:

Mr. & Mrs. Rodney Flory

Mr. John Gibbel, Esq.

Al Reist, Auct. AU-1637-L - Lanc., PA 17601 (717) 951-5088 •



“Horst Auction Center” PUBLIC SALE

337 Blimline Rd., Mohnton. From Adamstown Rt. 272 N. (N. Reading Rd.) under Rt. 222 bypass, becomes Rt. 568. Left Pennypacker Rd. Right Blimline Rd. to property on left. (Brecknock Twp., Berks Co.)


WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17, 2019 AT 1:00 P.M.

Preview Times - Tuesday, April 16 from 2:00 P.M. thru 5:00 P.M. and Wednesday, April 17 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, April 16. Sale to be held at the Horst Auction Center, 50 Durlach Rd., Ephrata, PA 17522 (The corner of Rt. 322 & Durlach Rd., approx. 2-1/2 miles west of Ephrata) FURNITURE - Antique, Vintage, Reproduction & Modern Incl. Bedroom, Dining Room, Living Room, Family Room, Kitchen, Office & Patio (Sets & Individual Pcs.); APPLIANCES; KITCHENWARE; CLOCKS & LAMPS; SILVER; COPPER & BRASS; CAST IRON; AGATE; TINWARE; WOODENWARE; CHINA & GLASSWARE; POTTERY; DECORATED STONEWARE JUG & JAR; LINENS & TEXTILES; BOOKS & PAPER; ESTATE & COSTUME JEWELRY; ARTWORK; CHRISTMAS & SEASONAL DECORATIONS; TOYS; MODERN & ANTIQUE TOOLS; LAWN & GARDEN EQUIPMENT; BOX LOTS & MANY OTHER ITEMS TO BE SOLD! * Accepted Payments: Cash or PA Check. Visa, MasterCard, Discover & Debit Card with 3% fee. No out of state checks without prior approval.

Sale For:


Custom “one owner” brick/vinyl raised rancher w/2338 SF, eat-in kitchen w/raised panel oak cabinets & appliances, dining rm. w/sliding patio doors to 10x12 deck, sunken living rm. w/propane stove, 3 bdrms., 2 baths, 1st floor laundry, large family rm. w/propane heater, 2nd family rm. w/fireplace, 2nd kitchen & bar area, full bsmt., attic, oil forced hot air heat, central AC, full house hook-up to 16KW general generator, large attached 2 car garage w/keypad entry, 16x16 paver patio, 42x42 deck w/above ground pool, 11x16 pavilion, 12x14 utility bldg. all on 1 ACRE rural country lot surrounded by farmland, mature shade, on-site well & septic. Zoned Conservation/Ag. NOTE: Seller downsizing to retirement quarters & serious to sell! Ideally located custom “one owner” solid brick rancher w/plaster walls thru out. Convenient location, minutes to Adamstown, Gouglersville, Mohnton & Shillington w/easy access to Rt. 222. Gov. Mifflin Schs. Personal inspection by appointment or open house April 13 & 20 from 1 to 4 PM. For brochure or land plotting visit Financing, deposit or bridge loan available to qualified buyer. Call Randal V. Kline 717-7331006 (Lender NMLS ID #834368) *** Special Note: Following items sold immediately after real estate at 5 P.M. *** JD 1023E DSL Lawn Tractor w/4WD, PTO, Hyd. Remote, H120 Loader, 540 Mower w/Auto Connect, Weight Box, 272 Hrs. & 1 Owner; Browning 300 Win. Mag Left Handed Bolt Action w/Synthetic Stock & 4x12 Simmons Scope, Rem. Gamemaster Mod. 760 30-06 w/Redfield 2x7 Scope & Xtra Clip, Kregg 30-40 Bolt Action w/Sling, Nikon 10x40 WP Monarch Binoculars. NOTE: Terms for personal property: cash or PA check. Randal V. Kline Roy E. Good, Jr. Aaron Z. Nolt Curvin M. Horning 717-445-4309 Lic. #499, #2116, #5064, #3956

Ann L. Willet Randy Born: 610-775-3473


16B - Wednesday, April 10, 2019 - Say You Saw It In “The Shopping News”

Foundation Receives Donation

SALES REGISTER WED., APR. 10 - 1:00 p.m. - Horst Auction Center, Ephrata. Antiques, collect­ ibles, household goods, tools. Horst Auctioneers. WED., APR. 10 - 5:30 p.m. - Jordan K. and Regina Martin, 711 Fivepointville Rd., Denver. 2-1/2 story 3 bedroom house, 20’x42’ garage/shop, 30’x40’ shop, 2.1 acres +/-. Tim Weaver Auction Service LLC. THURS., APR. 11 - 6:00 p.m. - Daniel Walters Estate, 754 Farmdale Rd., Mount Joy. Masonry/aluminum sided bi-level dwelling with 13’x20’ lower level single car garage. Horst Auction­ eers. SAT., APR. 13 - 9:00 a.m. - Horst Auction Center, Eph­ rata. Antique tools. Horst Auctioneers. MON., APR. 15 - 6:00 p.m. - Alvin and Vera Mae Reiff, 72 Balmertown Rd., Leola. 1 +/- acre Lancaster

County farmette/Groffdale area, 3 bedroom, 1 bath home with add. 1 bedroom suite, 36’x98’x16’x80’ chicken house with 36’x30’ heated shop area. BeilerCampbell Auction Services. WED., APR. 17 - 1:00 p.m. - Horst Auction Center, Ephrata. Antiques, collect­ ibles, household goods, tools. Horst Auctioneers. THURS., APR. 18 - 5:00 p.m. - Fern R. Shirk Estate, 201 Laurel Rd., East Earl. Country 1-1/2 story 3 bedroom dwelling, large 2 car garage, 6/10 acre lot. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. SAT., APR. 20 - 8:30 a.m. - Annual Lawn and Garden Consignment Auction, Leb­ anon Produce Auction, 166 West Reistville Rd., Myers­ town. Joel Heisey, Auction­ eer. SAT., APR. 20 - 9:00 a.m. - Horst Auction Center,



M.A. Brightbill Body Works, Inc. recently gave $5,000 to the Cocalico Education Foundation (CEF). Dr. Bruce A. Leauby, CFO, presented the check to Dr. Stephen Melnyk, CEF Trustee. The generous contribution, part of the Pennsylvania Educational Improvement Tax Credit Program, will be used to help fund initiatives promoting cultural experiences, the arts and literacy activities. The CEF manages the donations and awards money to deserving programs that are not funded by the district and the local tax base. Thus, thanks to M.A. Brightbill Body Works, Inc. and other local businesses, additional opportunities that encourage more productive, motivated students are possible. Some of the programs receiving

grant money this year include CHS/CMS Media Center Revitalization, Oratory Integration Initiative, Graphic Design in Vinyl, and international programming including the GermanAmerican Partnership Program Exchange and an Italy Exploration field trip

occurring this summer. The Cocalico Education Foundation is a 501(c) (3) charitable organization managed by a board of trustees, which includes local school and civic leaders. For more information, please call 717-336-1413.

Ephrata. Antiques, collect­ ibles, toys, model trains, dolls, household goods, tools. Horst Auctioneers. SAT., APR. 20 - 9:00 a.m. - Schoeneck Fire Company, 125 North King St., Denver, 7th Annual Mud Sale. Household goods, furniture,

lawn and garden items, gift certificates, crafts, collect­ ibles, flowers, shrubbery and more. Quilts at 11:00 a.m. SAT., APR. 20 - 10:00 a.m. - Benjamin M. and Sylvia J. Kauffman, Hill Rd., New Holland. 6.3 acres woodland tract (2 separately

deeded tracts selling as one), wooded custom home site. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. TUES., APR. 23 - 5:00 p.m. - Janet B. Weber, 140 Martzall Rd., Denver. Country 1-1/2 story stone 3 bedroom dwelling, 2 car




Friday, April 26, 2019 at 5:30 PM


331 S. Market St., Newmanstown, PA 17073



From PA-501 in Schaefferstown, go East on PA-419 N/PA-897 S.; Turn Right onto S. Market St to Property on Right. 2-Sty. 2300 SF 3 Bed/2 Bath Home w/Lg. Eat-in Recently-Remodeled Kitchen Open to Family Rm. & Enclosed Porch. Cozy Basement w/Fire Place. Lg. SingleStory Addition Featuring 25’x30 ‘ Rec. Room, 2nd Kitchen & Office Area + Shop w/Overhead Door & 2-Stall Horse Barn. Oil/Hot Water Heat. Propane or Electric Recently Rewired w/200 Amp Service. SHOP: Detached 26’x36’ Garage w/2 Overhead Doors, High Ceiling & Concrete Floor. Heidelberg Twp, ELCO School District. OPEN HOUSE: By appt. For appt. to see or help to obtain bank financing, call Joel (717-949-3211). NOTE: Property w/many features is tastefully-landscaped w/ gazebo & fire pit; located on a quiet street just out of town w/ easy access to major routes. Come prepared to buy! Owners have purchased a farm & plan to sell. TERMS: 10% Down at Auction; Balance in 45 Days. SEE MORE INFO & PHOTOS: Auction For:

Reuben J. & Martha K. Stoltzfus 717-949-6982

Attorney: Tony Fitzgibbons 717-279-8318


1 +/- Acre Lancaster County Farmette • Groffdale Area 3 Bdrm., 1 Bath Home w/add. 1 Bdrm. Suite 36’x98’ & 16’x80’ Chicken House w/36’x30’ Heated Shop Area

Monday, April 15, 2019 @ 6:00 P.M.

72 Balmertown Rd., Leola, PA 17540 - Lancaster County, W. Earl Twp.

Property Descrip�on: Almost 1 acre lot located in desirable Conestoga Valley School Dist. Beau�ful well built, frame 3 bedroom 1.5 story house w/mostly vinyl flooring throughout house, entry, laundry, mud room; Large kitchen/dining rm. combina�on, 1st floor bathroom, BDR & living rm.; 2 BDR upstairs w/closets & lg. eve storage area; Full unfinished basement w/mech. area & can shelves. House has had new updates, including new replacement windows, vinyl siding & recently, new asphalt roof. Hea�ng System, Propane Hi-Efficient tankless boiler w/3 zones to radiant floor heat, including domes�c hot water, only 1yr. old; Also, two 1000 gal. and one 500 gal. propane tanks and water so�ener. Apartment Possibility: Addi�onal a�. 1 BDR, kitchen, bath/laundry & private entry. Outbuildings: Horse Barn; 20x40’ 2 story, 2 stalls w/grooming & carriage storage area. 16x16’ u�lity shed; Chicken Houses; 36x98’ insulated w. 30’x 36’ shop area concreted w. floor heat, balance in equip. storage; 16x80 Insulated house used as shop & warehouse; 200 Amp. Elec. serv. Taxes: Approx. $3862/yr. Terms: $25,000 deposit due day of auc�on. Balance due at se�lement on or before 6-1419. Buyer to pay 2% transfer taxes. Auc�oneer Notes: The Reiff ’s have purchased a property out of state and therefore offering this one for sale. Only half mile from Leola Produce Auc�on. On lot sewage & own private well located on adjoining property w/right to use easement. For addi�onal pictures go to: www.beiler-campbellauc� or www.auc� or www.GoToAuc� Auctioneers: Noah Shirk (717) 354-0192 AU#005928 Harold Martin (717) 738-4228 AU#019488 Wilmer Martin (717) 333-4881 AA#019644

Seller: Alvin & Vera Mae Reiff (717) 656-2029 A�orney: Kling & Deibler (717) 354-7700 1-888-209-6160



201 Laurel Rd., East Earl. Rt. 23 E. from Blue Ball. Left Rt. 625 N. toward Bowmansville. Right Laurel Rd. to property on left.

481 Wentzel Rd., East Earl. From Rt. 23 take Rt. 625 N. Cross Union Grove Rd. Left Sawmill Rd. Left Wentzel Rd. OR from Fivepointville Rt. 897 S. Left Terre Hill Rd. Left Wentzel Rd.

Sandstone dwl. w/1965 SF, eat-in kitchen, exposed stone wall, beam ceiling, living rm. w/sandstone FP, 4 bdrms., 2 baths, laundry, office/study, full bsmt. w/walk-in FP. Outbldgs: Bank barn 36x60 w/46x106 addition, masonry dairy barn 40x105 w/42 cow stalls, milk house plus utility & pump rms. & misc. outbldgs. 100 ACRES m/l w/66 acres tillable, bal. pasture & woodland w/2 streams, over 6300 frontage both sides of Wentzel & Black Creek roads. Zoned Ag. Farm is not preserved. NOTE: Owners downsizing & serious to sell. Farm in Wentzel family 100 years. Unique opportunity 100 acre farm w/potential sub division into 2 farms. Ideal location, minutes to Terre Hill, Fivepointville, Goodville & East Earl. Special Note: Buyer may cultivate, plow or plant crops immediately after auction & prior to settlement. Personal inspection by appointment or open house Sat., April 13 & 20 from 1 to 4 PM. For brochure or land plotting visit Financing, deposit or bridge loan available to qualified buyer. Call Randal V. Kline 717-7331006 (Lender NMLS ID #834368) Randal V. Kline Thomas E. & Roy E. Good, Jr. Linda M. Aaron Z. Nolt Wentzel Curvin M. 717-445-4580 or Horning 717-413-3153 717-733-1006 AUCTIONEERS Lic. #499, #2116, #5064, #3956




Direc�ons: Only 1mi. N. of Rt. 23 on Brethren Church Rd. to right on Balmertown Rd. to property on right.


garage, utility buildings, 3.6 acres. JD riding mower, leaf vac, appliances. Kline, Kreider and Good Auction­ eers. WED., APR. 24 - 1:00 p.m. - Horst Auction Center, Ephrata. Antiques, collect­ ibles, household goods, tools. Horst Auctioneers. THURS., APR. 25 - 4:00 p.m. - Nelson Martin, 882 Broad St., East Earl. Traditional 2 story 4 bed­ room house with attached 2 car garage on 2 acres. Real estate at 6:00 p.m. Furniture and appliances, collectibles and household items, trailer and shop items. Les Long­ enecker Auctioneer. THURS., APR. 25 - 5:00 p.m. - Ann L. Willet, 337 Blimline Rd., Mohnton. Country brick 3 bedroom rancher, attached 2 car garage, utility building, 1 acre rural lot, JD 1023E DSL tractor, guns. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. THURS., APR. 25 - 6:00 p.m. - Raymond A. Brown, 4553 New Holland Rd., Mohnton. Stunning 2.5 story colonial with 4 bedrooms, attached garage, large patio and deck, 46’x37’ 2 story shop, 2.89 acres, exceptional. Martin and Rutt Auctioneers.

15 Mohns Hill Rd., Reinholds. Rt. 272 N. from Ephrata toward Adamstown. Left at Weaver Markets onto Rt. 897 N. Short distance right Mohns Hill Rd. (Corner Mohns Hill Rd. & Rt. 897.)

2 sty. (apt. dwl. known as 15A & 15B) 2 unit w/1344 SF, 3 bdrm. unit & 720 SF 2 bdrm. unit. Each unit w/kitchen, LR, bath, elec. BB heat & 2 car gar. 28x24. 2 sty. (apt. dwl. known as 17C & 17D) 2 units each w/806 SF, kitchen, LR, 2 bdrms., bath, elec. BB heat, large 2 car gar./shop 26x32 w/separate heated shop w/lavatory. Outbldgs: Shop/storage bldg. 32x20 w/divided storage units, 16x28 pole storage bldg. & utility bldg. 2.6 ACRES w/pond, plenty parking area, well, public sewer w/4 EDU & frontage along Rt. 897 & Mohns Hill Rd. Zoned Conservation. NOTE: Owner serious to sell! Unique investment opportunity w/potential $36,000/year income. Only 1 unit leased. Other 3 units & bldgs. need TLC & finished. Ideal for investors or handyman. Solid bldgs. each w/elec. heat, additional garage & storage rental potential. Convenient location. Minutes to Rt. 222 bypass & turnpike. Personal inspection by appointment or open house Sat., April 13 & 20 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 Scott Gockley Roy E. Good, Jr. 717-572-8983 Aaron Z. Nolt Curvin M. Horning 717-733-1006 AUCTIONEERS Lic. #499, #2116, #5064, #3956

“One owner” dwl. w/2404 SF, eat-in kitchen w/cherry cabinets, formal dining rm., living rm., foyer w/stone fountain, 1st floor family rm. w/ sandstone FP & door to 12x20 covered patio, 3 bdrms. (master bdrm. w/bath), plus bonus unfinished 4th bdrm., 1st floor laundry, full daylight bsmt., oil forced air heat, central AC, country 6/10 acre lot, mature trees & farmland border. Zoned Ag. Custom built dwl. Estate serious to sell. Spacious rms. thru out. Country setting in convenient location, minutes to Terre Hill, Goodville & East Earl. Personal inspection by appointment or open house Sat., April 13 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 717-733-1006 Lic. #499, #2116, #5064, #3956


Fern R. Shirk Estate Cynthia S. Frank, Exc. 717-327-6071





140 Martzall Rd., Denver. Rt. 272 N. from Ephrata past Turnpike entrance. Left Hill Rd. Straight White Oak Rd. Left Martzall Rd. OR from Reinholds take Ridge Rd. south. Left Reinholds Rd. Left White Oak Rd. Right Martzall Rd. (E. Cocalico Twp., Lanc. Co.)

1½ sty. Perma stone dwl. w/1547 SF w/eat-in kitchen w/custom cherry cabinets & appliances, living rm., laundry, 3 bdrms., 1 full bath, office w/ custom wall desk/bookcases (could be 4th bdrm.), open stairway, family rm., full partially finished bsmt., oil forced air heat & hot water heater & central AC, covered front & side porches. Outbldgs: 1½ sty. masonry/Perma stone 2 car garage 24x32, (2) utility bldgs. all on 3.6 ACRES w/lawn & garden area, mature trees, double width macadam driveway, on-site well & septic. NOTE: Seller downsizing & serious to sell. Ideally located country acreage family property w/solid stone dwl. & garage area in “move in” condition. Well maintained, low maintenance & economical. Minutes to Rts. 272, 897, 222 Bypass & Turnpike. Personal inspection by appointment or open house Sat., April 13 & 20 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) ***Special Note: Following items sold immediately after real estate at 5 P.M.*** JD GT245 Lawn Mower w/54” Deck, Pull Behind Leaf Vac, G.E. Front Load Washer & Dryer, Chest Freezer. NOTE: Terms for personal property: cash or PA check. Randal V. Kline Roy E. Good, Jr. Aaron Z. Nolt Curvin M. Horning 717-445-4309 Lic. #499, #2116, #5064, #3956

Janet B. Weber (Mrs. Samuel N. Weber) 717-336-5924


Say You Saw It In “The Shopping News” - Wednesday, April 10, 2019 - 17B

THURS., APR. 25 - 6:00 p.m. - Deborah S. and Michael L. Herr, 801 Brunnerville Rd., Lititz. Solid stone 3 bedroom 2.5 bath ranch style house with attached 2 car garage. Witman Auctioneers. THURS., APR. 25 - 6:00 p.m. - Earl and Shirley Wise, 38 South Charles St., Ephrata. Frame and aluminum sided 2-1/2 story dwelling with 875 sq. ft. frame workshop/shed/carport. Horst Auctioneers. FRI., APR. 26 - 9:00 a.m. - Thomas E. and Linda M. Wentzel, 481 Wentzel Rd., East Earl. 100 acre farm with stream, 2-1/2 story sandstone dwelling, misc. outbuildings, large 2 story bank barn, 40x105 dairy barn, farm equipment, antiques, personal property. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. FRI., APR. 26 - 4:00 p.m. - Horst Auction Center, Ephrata. Part 1 Catalogued Auction for the Clarke Hess Estate. Horst Auctioneers. FRI., APR. 26 - 5:00 p.m. - Scott Gockley, 15 Mohns Hill Rd., Reinholds. 4 unit investment apartments, 2 separate 2 unit buildings, multiple garages/shop, 2.6 acres, pond. Kline, Kreider

- Janet H. Fisher, 231 Wheatfield Rd., Sinking Spring. 16.69 acre farm w/1,800’s 4 bedroom stone farmhouse, summer house, 2 spring houses and pond, 40’x80’ 2 story frame bank barn. Real estate at 1:00 p.m. Case IH 35A 4wd tractor (100 hours), Case 1845C skidloader, ’78 Jeep J10, valuable antiques, furniture, glassware, sterling silver. Martin and Rutt Auctioneers. MON., APR. 29 - 6:30 p.m. - Lane A. and Charity E. Rutt, 314 Diller Dr., Akron. 3 bedroom rancher, large sunroom, 32’x30’ shop, 12’ high garage door, .77 acre, backs up to woods, great area. Martin and Rutt Auctioneers. THURS., MAY 2 - 6:00 p.m. - Gail A. Butler, 300 Funston Ave., Reading. Detached ranch-style dwelling with 3 bedrooms and 2 baths on a 2/10 acre lot. Art

and Good Auctioneers. FRI., APR. 26 - 5:30 p.m. - Reuben J. and Martha K. Stoltzfus, 331 South Market St., Newmanstown. House with shop on .98 +/- acre lot. Joel Heisey, Auctioneer. SAT., APR. 27 - 8:30 a.m. - Marian Meckley Estate, 409 West View Dr., Akron. 3 bedroom rancher on .20 acre corner lot. 1983 Ford Mustang, 2001 Harley Davidson Fat Boy Cycle. Vehicles at 11:30 a.m. Real estate 12:00 noon. Fine and fashion jewelry, furniture, housewares, linens, JD & Honda riding mowers. Miller and Siegrist Auctioneers, LLC. SAT., APR. 27 - 9:00 a.m. - Horst Auction Center, Ephrata. Part 2 Catalogued Antique Auction for the Clarke Hess Estate. Horst Auctioneers. SAT., APR. 27 - 9:00 a.m. - Gary Martin, 18 South Hershey Ave., Leola. Brick Cape Cod, 2 bedroom 1 bath home, 2 story insulated shop plus 16’x18’ storage shed. Real estate at 12:00 p.m. Household goods, antiques, wooden craft items, shop tools. Beiler-Campbell Auction Services. SAT., APR. 27 - 9:00 a.m.

(Mohnton/Sinking Spring Area)



SAT. APR. 27, 2019 at 9 AM/RE at 1 PM Located at: 231 Wheatfield Rd., Sinking Spring, Pa. Spring Twp., Berks Co.

Directions: From Ephrata, Pa. take Rt. 222 N. to Mohnton exit. Left on Grings Hill Rd. ¼ mile to left on Wheatfield Rd. to farm on right. Real Estate: Consists of a 16.69 acre farm w/an 1800’s stone farmhouse; summer house; 2-springhouses & large bank barn; annual taxes: $3,900 enrolled in Clean & Green. Outbuildings: a 40’x80’ frame bank barn w/stables & storage; milk house; 2-spring houses & pond. OPEN HOUSE: SAT. APRIL 13 from 1-3 pm, for info call auctioneer @ (717) 371-3333. Note: Outstanding historic Berks Co. farm, rich character throughout; large bank barn; horses ok; 4-ac. wooded; 8+ac. tillable great produce or hobby farm; conveniently located 1-mi. from Rt. 222. For PHOTOS & COMPLETE LISTING, visit Farm Items/Tools: CASE IH Farmall 35A 4WD tractor (102 hrs.) LIKE NEW!; CASE 1845C DSL hydro Skidloader w/quick-attach tooth bucket (2700 hrs.); Tomahawk grapple bucket, hydraulic tree puller-both quick-attach; Machinist Tools; 4’ SANDSTONE TROUGH; Antiques; Furniture; etc. **Watch for FULL listing to follow** Auction For:

Auction By: Michael J. Martin 717-371-3333 John J. Rutt II 717-587-8906 AY-2189-L


(Jay 610-413-4659)



302 Bowmansville Rd., Mohnton. Rt. 625 N. to Bowmansville Rd. Right E. Maple Grove Rd. which becomes Bowmansville Rd. to property on right. (Brecknock Twp., Berks Co.)

Tuesday, April 16, 2019



Thursday, April 25, 2019 • 6:00 P.M.

LOCATION: 801 Brunnerville Road, Lititz, PA 17543 Warwick Township, Lancaster County SOLID STONE THREE (3) BEDROOMS, 2.5 BATHS RANCH-STYLE HOUSE WITH ATTACHED TWO-CAR GARAGE, approx. 2,665 sq. ft. • ADDITIONAL OVERSIZED DETACHED STONE FOUR (4)-CAR GARAGE, Warwick Township, Warwick School District, THIS IS ONE-OF-A-KIND HOME WITH VARIOUS STONE & WOODWORK THROUGHOUT! DEFINITELY A PROPERTY YOU DO NOT WANT TO MISS! “Highly motivated sellers-sellers are relocating.” Many upgrades & amenities. Open House Date: Sat. April 13, 12:00-2:00 P.M. For Financing, Photos, Full Listing, Terms, Details, See Website:

NMLS ID #834368)

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

Maple Grove Park Dev. Corp. Mark Stauffer


at 5:30 p.m.

Locker Room Mini Storage, LLC Route 272, Reamstown, PA 17567

Units will be open to the public at 5:00 p.m. Registra�on at office star�ng at 4:30 p.m. All bidders must be registered. NO PERSONAL CHECKS.

For more informa�on, call 717-336-3897.


PUBLIC AUCTION Saturday, May 18, 2019

Personal Property - 10 AM, Real Estate - 11 AM 50 East Rosebud Rd., Myerstown, PA 17067

(From PA-422 In Myerstown Take PA-501 N 2 Mi. to E. Rosebud Rd. Approx. 3 mi. to Property on Left.)

Auction For: Deborah S. & Michael L. Herr

Auction By: Witman Auctioneers, Inc. Luke R. & Clarke N. Witman, Douglas L. Ebersole (717) 665-5735 • (717) 665-1300 AY 000155-L

“Horst Auctioneers” PUBLIC SALE

THURS., APRIL 25, 2019 AT 6:00 P.M.

OPEN HOUSE: Sat., Apr. 20 & 27, from 1-3 PM or by appt. For appt. to see or help to obtain bank financing, call Joel (717-949-3211). NOTE: This is a very well-maintained, move-in condition, 1-owner home in the country overlooking farmland; a great location w/ easy access to major roads. Owners are in the process of downsizing & plan to sell. Don’t miss this great opportunity! TERMS: 10% Down; Balance in 45 Days. SEE MORE INFO & PHOTOS: Auction For:

Caleb J. & Anne L. Stauffer 717-866-9447

Attorney: Anthony P. Schimaneck 717-299-5251

Located at 38 S. Charles St., Ephrata (17522), Lancaster County, PA (Directions - Rt. 322/W Main St. at Laser Lab Turn South onto S. Charles St.) FRAME/ALUMINUM SIDED 2½ STORY DWELLING (Approx. 1,925 sq. ft. living space)

Specializing in Black, English & Butter Nut Walnut Logs & Lumber

First floor contains a living room; large kitchen/dining area; small sitting room; laundry room; full bathroom; enclosed back porch & covered front porch. The second floor contains 4 bedrooms with closets; full bathroom; storage attic; full basement, oil hot water furnace.

Wed. April 17, 2019 @ 10:00 A.M.

220 Covered Bridge Rd., Ephrata, PA 17522 Noah Shirk Farm, Lancaster County

875 SQ. FT. FRAME WORKSHOP/ SHED/CARPORT 2½ sty. sandstone farm dwl. w/2604 SF, eat-in kitchen w/painted cabinets, living rm., 4 bdrms. (master bdrm. w/exposed wood beams & ceiling), 11/2 baths, 1st floor laundry, office/study, bsmt., attic, oil HW heat, enclosed side porch, covered front porch. Special Features: Wide window sills, beautiful wood floors, low maintenance exterior w/covered soffit & fascia, insulated/ tilt windows. House has lots of charm. Outbldgs: 2 sty. stone/frame bank barn 35x57, 11/2 sty. masonry 2 car garage/shop 48x48 w/2 masonry leanto’s 16x23 and 17x38 all on 11.3 ACRES w/acre pond, 7 acres m/l tillable, on-site well & septic, lawn & garden area. Zoned Rural Residential & General Commercial. NOTE: Owners serious to sell! Ideally country farmette w/lot of shop/ garage area. “Must see” to appreciate. Convenient location, minutes to Bowmansville & Fivepointville w/easy access to Rt. 625, 222 Bypass & Turnpike. Personal inspection by appointment or open house April 20, 27 & May 4 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

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

Pannebecker and Brad Wolf Auctioneers, Inc. FRI., MAY 3 - 6:00 p.m. - James R. and Diane L. Brown, 2370 West Main St., Ephrata. 2-1/2 story 4 bedroom dwelling, carport, utility building, 3/10 acre level lot. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. SAT., MAY 4 - 8:00 a.m. - Jack L. Lyons, 532 Adamstown Rd., Reinholds. Approx. 30 shotguns, rifles, 12’ cargo trailer, lawn and garden, gunsmithing tools, shop equipment, hunting items. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. SAT., MAY 4 - 8:30 a.m. - Henry M. and Mabel L. Hoover, 156 East Mohler Church Rd., Ephrata. Clean brick 3 bedroom rancher and detached shop, 5.7 acre wooded lot, great location. Real estate at 1:00 p.m. Car,

LOT SIZE – 36’ X 126’ (M/L) EPHRATA SCHOOL DISTRICT - $3,350 TOTAL YEARLY R.E. TAXES This circa 1890 frame 2½ story dwelling has been updated and maintained over the years, but could use some minor updates and cosmetic work. This affordable property offers many possibilities for a new homeowner, investor or property flipper! OPEN HOUSES – Saturdays, April 13 & 20 from 1 P.M. thru 3 P.M. or for inspection, call (717) 733-1732. TERMS OF SALE - $10,000 down payment on the day of sale; balance at settlement on or before 6/24/19. Purchaser pays both realty transfer taxes. Property sold as-is. E. Richard Young Atty.

Sale For:


Consignment Auction of Live Edge Slabs & Slab & Lumber Saw Logs in most all domestic and some exotic species. Will take slabs in any stage from fresh cut green to kiln dried, also in the rough to planed, sanded or finished. Also possibly taking some Sawmill, Firewood & Logging Equip. Farmers & Homeowners: Bring in your lg. dia. Slab logs and turn them into cash. Terms: PA check or credit card w/ 3% conv. fee. Auctioneers: Noah Shirk 717-354-0192 AU#005928 Harold Martin: 717-738-4228 AA#019488 Wilmer Martin: 717-333-4881 AA#019644 Seller: Noah Shirk Sawmill 717-354-0192 or

18B - Wednesday, April 10, 2019 - Say You Saw It In “The Shopping News”



MONDAY, MAY 6 • 5 P.M.

Located: 882 Broad St., East Earl, Pa. 17519. From Fivepointville, take 897 South. Sale is on the left hand side just past Weaver’s of Fivepointville. Look for sign.

545 Hill Rd., Denver. Rt. 272 N. from Ephrata past Turnpike entrance. Left Hill Rd. to property on right. (E. Cocalico Twp., Lanc. Co.)

James R. & Diane L. Brown 717-475-2238





THURS., APRIL 11 at 6:00 PM LOCATED AT: 515 W. Church Rd. Ephrata, PA 17522

DIRECTIONS: From Rt. 322 in Clay, turn North on N. Clay Rd. (toward Mt. Airy) for 1 mile to first road right (W. Church Rd); travel 1 mile to property on left. REAL ESTATE: A clean vinyl & stone Cape Cod style house w/approx. 1,935 sq. ft. on 2.2 acre Farmette w/out buildings. Beautiful new eat-in kitchen; coffee bar; living room; formal family room w/exposed log; main level master bedroom w/full master bathroom & walk-in closet; elegant main level laundry w/custom cabinetry storage; oversized sewing room; side entrance mud room w/sink; second full bathroom; 3 additional bedrooms upstairs; rear treated wood deck; new wiring & 200 amp service; generator throw-switch; all updated windows; (2) car detached garage w/overhead doors; nice 14’x24’ pole barn for equipment; chicken hutch & pen; dog kennel & race; goat hutch & pen; large garden; fruit tree orchard; charming back-yard picnic area; Clay Twp.; Ephrata School District; total taxes are approx. $4,055.00; zoned residential. Attorney Anthony Schimaneck at 717-2995251. OPEN HOUSE: Call/Text auctioneer for more information at 717-587-8906. PERSONAL PROPERTY: 5 items sold right after real estate. John Deere 2-cylinder model 50 tractor; Paul B. 50 gallon orchard sprayer w/Honda engine; Ex-Mark 52” zero turn mower; Honda roto-tiller; old corn sheller. Please visit our website for pictures & info at

Auction By: John J. Rutt II 717-587-8906 Michael J. Martin 717-371-3333 AY-2189-L

EPHRATA, PA Member of PA & National Auctioneers Assoc.

Auction For:


(717) 203-4382


THURS., APRIL 25TH at 4:00 P.M.


Randal V. Kline Roy E. Good, Jr. Aaron Z. Nolt Curvin M. Horning 717-733-1006 Lic. #499, #2116, #5064, #3956


1 sty. 12x56 mobile home w/672 SF w/eat-in kitchen w/appliances, living rm., 2 bdrms., 1 full bath, laundry w/washer & dryer included, elec. heat, AC wall unit, rear deck, covered front porch all on 9½ ACRES partially wooded w/10x12 utility bldg., lawn area, mature trees, on-site well & septic. NOTE: Seller serious to sell. Ideally located country acreage family property. Low maintenance & very economical. Ideal for residence or investment. Minutes to Rts. 272, 897, 222 Bypass & Turnpike. Personal inspection by appointment or open house April 27 & May 4 from 1 to 4 PM. For brochure or land plotting visit Financing, deposit or bridge loan available to qualified buyer. Call Randal V. Kline 717-7331006 (Lender NMLS ID #834368) Randal V. Kline Mildred Lausch Roy E. Good, Jr. 717-336-6782 Aaron Z. Nolt Curvin M. Horning 717-445-4309 AUCTIONEERS Lic. #499, #2116, #5064, #3956

Real Estate: This 2 acre property nicely situated in convenient rural setting boast a traditional 2 sty. 4 BR 2 BA w/approx. 2800 sq. ft. living area, beautifully decorated, eat-in kitchen with FR combination, French door entrance to LR, laundry room and bath on first floor, vinyl planking and carpet floors, oil hot water and elec. baseboard heat, wrap around porch, replacement windows, attached 2 car gar. Nicely finished w/kitchen, water and heat. Ideal for hosting parties. This property has been meticulously maintained inside & out! Interior current décor and move-in ready! 3 car lean-to with additional enclosed shop area. 17x24 shed w/garage door, small fenced pasture. 200 amp service, on-site septic, well. Annual taxes $4361, Eastern Lancaster Co. Schools, Zoned Agricultural District. NOTE: Do not overlook this cozy immaculate, well maintained home in a prime location. All on 2 ACRES! Seller has purchased another home and property must be sold! OPEN HOUSES: APRIL 13TH & 20TH 1-3PM, or call Auctioneer for showing. FURNITURE & APPLIANCES, COLLECTIBLES & HOUSEHOLD ITEMS, TRAILER & SHOP ITEMS. NOTE: Be prompt! May be done selling per. prop. by Real Estate. This is a line of very clean items. For More Owners Info & Photos Go To: ID#11981

Sale For: Nelson Martin

Auctioneers: Les Longenecker 484-256-1323 Keith Snyder 717-376-4029 Nathaniel Longenecker Apprentice Linda Kling Attorney


1:00 P.M. 9 1 0 2 , 4 2 APRIL EDNESDAY,


#1 - 15



Location: Shady Oaks Terrace, 109 Shady Oaks Lane, Coatesville, Pa. 19320 Auction Held at Garden Spot Fire and Rescue, 4315 Division Highway, East Earl, Pa.

Mobile Home Park: “Shady Oaks Terrace Trailer Court” Well maintained park in a country setting, on 5 acres. 15 total sites, 10 are single wide and 5 are double wide. Double wide rents $435 and singles $420. 14 units owned by tenants, One unit owned by sellers. Great investment opportunity. Paved drive, On-site wells and septic systems. 10.3 acre Tract of woodland, adjoins mobile home park, and will be sold as entirety with 5 acre park. 31 Acre tract of woodland with stream, has 60 ft. right of way. Would be an ideal private setting for home site. 31 Acre Tract will be sold separately. Terms: 10% down, balance due at settlement on or before 60 days. AY 3607-L Hard to find investment opportunity with desirable setting. Auction Held at Garden Spot Fire and Rescue, 4315 Division Highway, East Earl, Pa. 610-286-7834

Terms by:

Marion, Edward and Daniel Givler Attorney: Kling and Deibler

484-256-1323 • AU 2975-L


2½ sty. dwl. w/2258 SF, eat-in kitchen w/raised panel cabinets & appliances, dining/den rm., living rm., family rm., 1st floor laundry, 4 bdrms., bonus rm., 1½ baths, foyer, bsmt., oil HW baseboard, upgraded furnace, 200 amp elec., wraparound porch, covered soffit, fascia, carport 13x25, covered deck & utility bldg. 3/10 acre level lot, lawn & garden area. Zoned R1. After 21 years owners serious to sell. Low maintenance dwelling w/ spacious rooms throughout. Ideal as residence or investment. Farmland boundary to rear. Personal inspection by appointment or open house Sat., April 13, 20 & 27 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


of Lancaster County

FRIDAY, MAY 3 • 6 P.M. 2370 W. Main St., Ephrata (Clay). Rt. 322 W. from Ephrata toward Clay. Property on left just before Fox Meadows Creamery.

717-738-1151 S


Heisey, Auctioneer. SAT., MAY 11 - 10:00 a.m. - MK Partners, LLC, 812 West 4th Ave., Parkes­ burg. Residential multi unit lot, .85 acre (Zoned R-2 Residential). Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. SAT., MAY 11 - 12:00 Noon - Larry A. and Jennifer W. Burkhart, 358 Snake Lane, Kinzers. Custom 2 story 5 bedroom Colonial dwelling, 3 car garage/shop 36x42 with basement, 2.2 acres. Guns, bows, Cub Cadet trailer, refrigerator,

And somebody wants it!


bedroom dwelling, 40x64 pole barn, 14x30 garage. #2 - 21 acre tract land with stream (house or farmette site). Farm machinery/ equipment, tractors, exca­ vators. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. SAT., MAY 11 - 9:00 a.m. - The late Ray G. and Doris M. Horst, 205 North Market St., Schaefferstown. House and garage/shop on .64 +/acre lot in Schaefferstown. Real estate at 12:00 noon. Car, antiques, Stohler ax collection, glassware, furni­ ture, household goods. Joel

Stevens. Brick/aluminum sided ranch style dwelling with attached 2 car garage. 2005 Toyota Camry XLE. 1996 Cherokee 4x4 SUV. Tools and lawn and garden equipment. Horst Auction­ eers. THURS., MAY 16 - 6:00 p.m. - Anna R. Brubaker, 282 Bridgeville Rd., East Earl. 1-1/2 story 4 bedroom house, 33’x36’ horse barn/ garage, 1-1/2 acres +/-. Tim Weaver Auction Service LLC. THURS., MAY 16 - 6:00 p.m. - Roger L. and Phyllis M. Wambold, 214 Fallow­ field Dr., Leola. 3 bedroom 2 story colonial home (new 2009), .23 acre lot, 1,680 sq. ft., custom kitchen, 1.5 baths, 2 car garage. Martin and Rutt Auctioneers. TUES., MAY 21 - 5:00 p.m. - Richard E. Penny­ packer Estate, 1309 Dry Tavern Rd., Denver. 1 story brick 3 bedroom rancher, garage, 1 acre country lot, 14x8 utility building (sold separately). Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. WED., MAY 22 - 5:00 p.m. - Lamar E. and Ruth Ann Hollinger, 11 West Rosebud Rd., Myerstown. Country brick 3 bedroom rancher, attached 3 car garage, utility building, 2 acre m/l rural lot, Cub Cadet mower, snowblower, appli­ ances. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. THURS., MAY 23 - 5:00 p.m. - Jonathan B. and Esther Marie Lapp, 542 Georgetown Rd., Ronks. Country 1 story rancher, 2 car garage, 1.2 acres partial wooded. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers.

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tractor, tools, antiques, household. Martin and Rutt Auctioneers. SAT., MAY 4 - 9:00 a.m. - Horst Auction Center, Ephrata. Outstanding fire­ arms, hunting, fishing and military collectibles and accessories. Horst Auction­ eers. SAT., MAY 4 - 10:00 a.m. - Benjamin L. and Cheryl L. Landis, 587 Strasburg Rd., Paradise. Country brick 2-1/2 story 4 bedroom dwelling, 3 car garage, 3 bay shop/garage 40x60, 1-1/2 acres. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. MON., MAY 6 - 5:00 p.m. - Mildred Lausch, 545 Hill Rd., Denver. Country 2 bedroom mobile home, 10x12 utility building, 9-1/2 acres partially wooded. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers.

misc. furniture. Kline, Kreider and Good Auction­ eers. MON., MAY 13 - 5:00 p.m. - Erma B. Nolt, 323 Hemlock Ln., New Holland. Split level 3 bedroom dwelling, garage. Kline, Kreider and Good Auction­ eers. TUES., MAY 14 - 6:00 p.m. - Eli K. Lapp Jr. and Miriam I. Lapp, 3849 Ridge Rd., Gordonville. Country 4 bedroom dwelling with southern exposure, garage, 14x24 horse barn, utility building, 1.1 acres. Kline, Kreider and Good Auction­ eers. TUES., MAY 14 - 6:30 p.m. - Shawn R. and Martha J. Weaver, 195 East Church St., Stevens. 2 story house with 4 bedrooms, detached garage, 9.8 acre wooded lot, big truck parking, finished basement, many updates, clean. Martin and Rutt Auctioneers. WED., MAY 15 - 5:00 p.m. - Jean F. Lintner, 5615 Meadeville Rd., Gap. Custom 1-1/2 story 3 bedroom dwelling, 2 car garage, gazebo, pool, southern exposure, 10-1/2 acres. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. THURS., MAY 16 - 5:00 p.m. - Steven M. and Vir­ ginia M. Miles, 5 West Church Rd., Stevens. 2-1/2 story 3 bedroom farm dwell­ ing, 2 car garage 30x24, shop, utility building, bank barn 30x28 with 14x42 garage addition, 2 acres. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. THURS., MAY 16 - 5:00 p.m. - Theodore C. Reddig Estate, 17 Bunker Hill Rd.,

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TUES., MAY 7 - 6:00 p.m. - Ivan B. and Liz Smucker, 218 Reading Rd., East Earl. Nice 5 bedroom rancher with finished lower level, 11’x28’ horse barn, 11’x20’ utility building, .36 acres +/-. Tim Weaver Auction Service LLC. THURS., MAY 9 - 6:00 p.m. - Harvey Ray Weaver Estate, 186 Mechanic St., Reinholds. Brick Cape Cod style dwelling situated on a .23 +/- acre lot. Art Panne­ becker and Brad Wolf Auctioneers, Inc. THURS., MAY 9 - 5:00 p.m. - Maple Grove Park Dev. Corp., 302 Bow­ mansville Rd., Mohnton. 11.3 acre farmette with pond, 2-1/2 story 4 bedroom sandstone dwl., 35x57 bank barn, 48x48 shop/garage. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. THURS., MAY 9 - 6:00 p.m. - Deborah D. and Bernard R. Dospoy, 46 Cedar Ave., Ephrata. Out­ standing 5 bedroom, 3 full bath brick ranch style house with attached garage. Wit­ man Auctioneers, Inc. FRI., MAY 10 - 10:00 a.m. - Paul J. and Aimee F. Satterfield, 124 Nottingham Rd., Nottingham. #1 - 48.6 acre farm with stream, 3

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THURS., MAY 23 - 6:00 p.m. - Clarke Hess Estate, 27 Lititz Run Rd., Lititz. Outstanding 4 acre real estate with historic 18th century 2 story log dwelling, frame tenant house and other outbuildings. Horst Auction­ eers. TUES., MAY 28 - 5:00 p.m. - Kenneth L. and Marian A. Hackman, 1811 Sheaffer Rd., Elizabethtown. Country 4 bedroom split foyer dwelling, 1 car garage, 6/10 acre lot. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. THURS., MAY 30 - 4:00 p.m. - Robert D. and Christine Varner, 1540 Biddle Rd., Montoursville. 70-1/2 acre farm, 2-1/2 story 5 bedroom stone dwelling and tenant 2 bedroom dwelling, 2 story bank barn 72x56 w/54x54 equip. area. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. FRI., MAY 31 - 3:00 p.m. - Roger D. and Jolene M. Weaver, 1730 Furnace Hill Rd., Denver. Country stone rancher, 2 car garage, barn, truck/equip., garage/shop 40x70, utility building, 2 bedroom apartment, misc. outbuildings, 13.6 acres. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. FRI., MAY 31 - 5:00 p.m. - Richard and Jennifer Harder, 138 Swissdale Rd., Bernville. Country 1 acre building lot, rural setting, perc and probe tested. Kline, Kreider and good Auction­ eers.

SAT., JUNE 1 - 8:30 a.m. - Emma R. Felpel, 510 South 9th St., Akron. Brick house and 2 commercial lots. Real estate at 2:00 p.m. Antiques, tools, toys, guns, jewelry, van, household goods, books. Aaron E. Martin Auction Service. SAT., JUNE 1 - 10:00 a.m. - Heck Family, 67 Wintersville Rd., Richland. 9.6 acre farmette with pond, 2-1/2 story 4 bedroom farm dwelling, 2 story barn/ garage 36x42, shop building 14x30, summer house, mobile home rental pad. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. TUES., JUNE 4 - 5:00 p.m. - Albert G. Link, 209 Ziegler St., Mount Joy. 1 story brick 2 bedroom dwelling, carport, utility building. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. TUES., JUNE 4 - 6:00 p.m. - Marlin and Martha Sensenig, 15 Binder Rd., Stevens. Real estate. Tim Weaver Auction Service. WED., JUNE 5 - 5:00 p.m. - Steven M. and Susie L. Stoltzfus, 485 North Octorara Trail, Parkesburg. Country 1 story 3 bedroom dwelling, 2 car garage, 32x94 garage/shop and barn building, 4 acres with pasture. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. THURS., JUNE 6 - 5:00 p.m. - Rachel F. Harris, 326 Pinkerton Rd., Mt. Joy. Spacious split level 3 bed­ room dwelling, 2 car garage,



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MONDAY, APRIL 29 at 6:30 P.M. LOCATED AT: 314 Diller Dr. Akron Pa. 17501

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LOCATION: 46 Cedar Avenue, Ephrata, PA 17522 (Brownstown Area), West Earl Township, Lancaster County OUTSTANDING FIVE (5) BEDROOMS, THREE (3) FULL BATHROOMS BRICK RANCH STYLE HOUSE WITH ATTACHED GARAGE, approx. 2,800 sq. ft., two master suites, heated in-ground 18’x36’ swimming pool, EXCELLENT LOCATION, minutes to Route 222, 30, 272 & PA Turnpike, Conestoga Valley School District. “Highly Motivated Seller - Seller Is Relocating.” Hardwood floors, living room with brick fireplace, rec room plus many amenities. Open House Dates: Sat., April 20 & 27, 12:00-2:00 P.M. THIS PROPERTY YOU CERTAINLY DO NOT WANT TO MISS! For Financing, Photos, Full Listing, Terms, Details, See Website: Realtor/Broker Participation Invited. Auction For: Deborah D. & Bernard R. Dospoy

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Personal Property at 9 AM, Real Estate at 12 Noon 205 N. Market St., Schaefferstown, PA 17088

(From the Square in Schaefferstown Take Rte. 419 N/N Market St. to Property on Left.) 1.5 Sty. 1596 SF 3 Bed/2 Bath Cape Code Home w/ 20’X24’ Carport & Garage/Shop w/ 2 Overhead Doors & Lots of Storage. Zoned VR; Heidelberg Twp; ELCO School District. OPEN HOUSE: Sat., Apr. 13 & 20, from 1-3 PM or by appt. For appt. to see or help to obtain bank financing, call Joel (717-949-3211). NOTE: Nice setting just outside of Historic Schaefferstown w/ easy access to major routes. A great starter home/investment property. Owner is having an auction to sell this property. Come prepared to buy! TERMS: 10% Down at Auction; Balance in 45 Days. SEE MORE INFO & PHOTOS:

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Brick Cape Cod, 2 BDR, 1 Bath Home 2 Story Insulated Shop plus 16’x18’ Storage Shed Household Goods, Antiques, Wooden Craft Items, Shop Tools

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21/2 sty. 3 unit apartment dwl. w/2,752 SF. Unit A: Kitchen w/appliances, LR, 1 bdrm., bath. Unit B: Kitchen w/appliances, LR, 1 bdrm., bath. Unit C: Kitchen w/appliances, LR, 4 bdrms. & bath all w/separate elec. Oil HW heat, covered soffit, fascia, attic, bsmt., wrap around front porch, covered rear porch, garage/shop 30x90 w/loading dock, 1¾ ACRE m/l deep lot w/mature shade, public water, sewer (w/3 EDU hookups for dwl. & 3 additional hookups for future development). Sellers serious to sell! Ideal investment opportunity. Potential rental income of $36,000 gross. Personal inspection by appointment or open house Sat., April 20, 27 & May 4 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


JoAnn L. Roschel, P.O.A. 717-949-3616 DIRECTIONS: From 10th St. & Main St. intersection in Akron; travel South on 10th St. to right turn on Walnut St,; to first left turn on Diller Dr.; to property on right. REAL ESTATE: A very clean brick/vinyl Rancher w/ attached garage & over-sized truck shop on a quiet street in a secluded part of town. Charming kitchen; 2 BR on main level, 1 in daylight basement; wonderful rear sun-room; central A/C; see website for more info. & pictures. TRUCK SHOP: A very usable 32’x 30’ truck garage. Has rolled steel exterior, 2 overhead doors (1 is 12’ high, 1 is 8’ high); 13.5’ ceiling; electric w/ 220 volt; concrete floor. OPEN HOUSE DATES: April 13 & 27, from 1-3 PM. For more information Call/ Text auctioneer at 717-587-8906. OFFERING BROKER PARTICIPATION, AGENTS MUST REGISTER Please visit our updated website at


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garage/shop 26x32, 3.1 acres wooded lot, guns, lawn and shop equipment. Kline, Kreider and Good Auction­ eers. THURS., JUNE 20 - 6:00 p.m. - Clarke Hess Estate, 700 East Front St., Lititz. Secluded 5.9 acre real estate with 18th/19th century 2-1/2 story stone dwelling and frame 2 car garage. Horst Auctioneers. SAT., JUNE 22 - 9:00 a.m. - Mary Ruth Minchhoff Estate, 215 West Chestnut St., Quarryville. Custom 1 story 2 bedroom stone rancher, 2 car garage, 3/10 acre corner lot. Real estate at 1:00 p.m. Antiques, personal property, tools, furniture. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. MON., JUNE 24 - 6:00 p.m. - Zion Lutheran Church, 445 Main St., Akron. 2 unit 2 story rental/ investment property, .30 acre corner lot, garage, “fixer upper.” Martin and Rutt Auctioneers.

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East Earl. 20 acre farm (known as “Pin Oak Farm”), custom 2-1/2 story 4 bedroom dwelling, 2 car garage, horse barns, equip­ ment building, dog kennel, equipment, vehicles, person­ al property. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. SAT., JUNE 8 - 10:00 a.m. - Lester D. and Chris­ tine R. Martin, 1162 Clay Road, Lititz. Country 2-1/2 story brick 4 bedroom farm dwelling, 3 car garage, bank barn 42x42 with attached garage, 1.28 acres. Kline, Kreider and Good Auction­ eers. MON., JUNE 10 - 5:00 p.m. - Sharon F. Bollinger Estate, 110 Royer Rd., Ephrata. Rural 1 story 4 bedroom rancher, 1 car garage, 28x28 barn, utility building, 1.2 acres with pasture. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. FRI., JUNE 14 - 5:00 p.m. - Miriam B. Kulp, 414 Yellow Hill Rd., Narvon. Country 1-1/2 story 4 bedroom dwelling, 2 car


THURS., MAY 9, 2019 SALE AT 6:00 P.M.

Located at 186 Mechanic St., Reinholds (W. Cocalico Twp., Lanc. Co.) From Denver, take N. 6th Street towards Reinholds (N. 6th becomes Ridge Rd.). Turn left on Mechanic Street to property on right. Real estate consists of a brick Cape Cod style dwelling, built in 1947, containing a living room; eat-in kitchen; two bedrooms; and a full bath on the main level. There is approx. 880 sq. ft. of one floor living space. The upstairs is currently unfinished attic storage; however, this space would be ideal for an additional bedroom or master suite. There is a full basement with laundry hookup. Attached one car garage with patio above. Oil forced air heat. Public water and sewer. This solid dwelling is situated on a 0.23 (+/-) acre lot along with a brick storage building and plenty of room to play/garden. Build easy sweatequity with a little paint/carpet. This home would be ideal for investment or affordable living. You won’t want to miss this great opportunity! Open Houses to be held Sun., April 28 and Sat., May 4 from 1-3PM, or by appointment, contact auctioneer at (717) 371-9603. 10% Down day of sale, balance due at settlement. E. Richard Young, Att’y Terms By:


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Property Descrip�on: Nice southern exposure on the edge of town w/city water & sewer; Over 8000 sq. �. lot located in desirable Conestoga Valley School Dist. House & shop are both heated w/indiv. oil hot air furnaces & central air cond. Asphalt drive to open 16’x19’ carport; Shop has concrete floor w/9.5’ ceiling ht. and inside & outside steps to 2nd floor; 200 amp elec. serv. 22’x24’ shop had been a 1-car garage and garage door could be put back in. Full basement w/laundry area & work shop room; 1st floor, sm. kitchen & dining rm., lg. living rm., w/hardwood floor; 2 bdrms. w/wall to wall carpet; Full bath w/Life�me tub; Covered front porch; Lg. unfinished a�c storage area. Very well built 1950 house w/recent new roof & vinyl replacement windows; New central air in 2016; Rear yard w/wooden privacy fence. Taxes: Approx. $2800.00/yr. Personal Property: Wood Working Equip: Dewalt dual mitre/chop saw; Grizzly 3/4 hp 1 /2”drill press; BD drill press; Misc. hand tools; Toro 2000e snow blower; Lg. amount of misc. pine bds. & other old barn wood lumber; Delta benchtop Biscuit Jointer; Cra�sman radial arm saw. An�ques: 1957 Coke sign, Lg. amount of primi�ve furniture to upcycle including tables, chairs & folding tables; wooden shoe rack; Lg. amount of wooden packing boxes; Lots of homemade wooden cra� items; Signed Star Barn prints; Tin 4 pc. dry measure set; (250+) 45’s records; (10,000+) baseball cards; 50+/Printed Burlap Bags: Red Ribbon Potatoes, S & C Washington Potatoes, US No. 1 Prides of the Valley Potatoes, Spud Valley Potatoes, Idaho Gold Emblem Potatoes, IDA Pride Potatoes, Golden Engle and many more; lots of collector dolls; Misc: 40” flat screen TV; washer & dryer; stove; refrigerator; queen ma�ress w/drawer box spring, nice old oak headboard; (2) infrared heaters: 1 sm. Almost new, used a few months, 1-lg. like new. Terms: $18,000 deposit due day of auc�on. Buyer to pay 2% transfer taxes. Se�lement on or before May 29, 2019. PA check, cash or credit card w/3% fee. Open House: Sat. April 13 & April 20, 1-3 p.m. & Fri. April 12, 6-8 p.m. Lunch Food Stand • Seller & Auc�oneers not responsible for accidents. Auc�oneer Note: Mr. Mar�n bought an open lot & is building his dream home, therefore will be mo�vated to sell. Also cleaning out the shop and corners, lots of unopened boxes, come see what we find. Watch for addi�onal informa�on and pictures! For addi�onal pictures, go to: www.beiler-campbellauc� or www.auc� or www.GoToAuc� Auctioneers: Noah Shirk (717) 354-0192 AU#005928 Harold Martin (717) 738-4228 AA#019488 Wilmer Martin (717) 333-4881 AA#019644

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Simple Ways Gas Prices: Don’t Panic, Get Perspective While many motorists may • Consolidate trips. Several To Improve panic when gas prices rise, a short trips taken from a little planning, perspective cold start can use twice as Fuel and a few simple steps can much gas as one longer go a long way to combat the Economy multipurpose trip. Men and women have looked to save money in a variety of ways over the years, including at the gas pump. While there’s little drivers can do to reduce the cost of a gallon of gas, there are ways they can make the gas last a little longer. Improving fuel economy is nothing new to many motorists, but some might still be surprised at the myriad ways they can get more bang for their buck. • Don’t break the law. Obeying the speed limit might save your life, and it can also save you money. Typically, fuel economy decreases rapidly as a car reaches and surpasses 60 miles per hour. According to the U.S. Department of Safety, drivers can assume that each five miles per hour they drive over 60, they are paying an additional $0.26 per gallon for gas. • Empty the trunk. Though

price of fuel: • Keep your car properly tuned to improve gas mileage by an average of 4 percent. • Keep tires properly inflated and improve gas mileage by 3 percent. • Replace dirty or clogged air filters and improve gas mileage by as much as 10 percent. • Replace dirty spark plugs, which can reduce mileage by two miles per gallon. • Change oil regularly and gain another mile per gallon. • Observe the speed limit. Gas mileage decreases


it might be more convenient to keep your golf clubs in the trunk of your car, extra and unnecessary cargo in a vehicle’s trunk drastically reduces fuel economy. An extra 100 pounds in a vehicle can reduce miles per gallon

rapidly above 60 mph. • Avoid excessive idling. Idling gets zero miles per gallon. Warming up the vehicle for one or two minutes is sufficient. • Avoid quick starts and stops. Aggressive driving can lower gas mileage by 33 percent on the highway and 5 percent in the city.

• Don’t haul unneeded items. An extra 100 pounds in the trunk reduces fuel economy by 1 to 2 percent. It’s easy to be alarmed by the cost of gas, but when motorists take a look at the big picture, they’ll see that much of the increased cost can be offset by adjusting driving habits and implementing a proactive vehicle preventative maintenance plan. Mindful driving and maintaining your car can go a long way toward keeping travel expenses down, even when gas prices are up.

by as much as 2 percent. • Stop idling. Many people let their car idle for several minutes on cold mornings. But today’s newer vehicles don’t really need to idle to warm up, and idling can be

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should be enough to warm the engine up. • Embrace cruise control on long drives without lots of stopping and starting. Maintaining a constant speed, which a vehicle does when drivers utilize cruise control, can help save fuel, as it’s less taxing on an engine to continue at one speed then it is to constantly switch back and forth between high and low speeds. • Inflate the tires. Poorly inflated tires lower gas mileage and also pose a safety hazard. The DOE notes that properly inflated tires can improve gas mileage by as much as 3 percent. Ideal tire pressure is different for each vehicle, so check your vehicle’s owner’s manual for recommended tire pressure. Some vehicle manufacturers also include the recommended tire

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Prepare To Check Coolant Level, Hoses To Avoid Overheating Pack Extras When a cooling system so they are made of rubber fails, the engine overheats. compounds. Rubber, Before Hitting And when a car overheats unfortunately, is not as for very long, metal engine durable as metal. The Road parts can be seriously Heading out on the road once the winter’s gone and the mercury’s rising is a springtime tradition for many families. Whether it’s a trip to the beach or just a drive through the country, road trips are common come this time of year. Unfortunately, vehicle breakdowns are also a springtime tradition, albeit a less heralded one. While many times such breakdowns can be avoided by properly maintaining your automobile, sometimes car breakdowns are just inevitable. That’s why before heading out on a road trip, you should always make sure you have some extra supplies in your car to help make any potential breakdown a little less harrowing of an ordeal. • Blankets and extra clothes. Talk to anyone whose car has ever broken

damaged and require expen­ sive repair. Overheating can result when the coolant level is too low or when there is a leak in the system. Sometimes just driving in stop-and-go traffic on a hot summer day with the air conditioner running is enough to overheat the engine. Coolant Loss A low coolant level, leads to overheating because there isn’t enough fluid in the system to absorb engine heat. The air in the system that is absorbing these high temperatures is a poor heat conductor and won’t do an effective job of transferring

the heat to the radiator. Cars with coolant recovery tanks have markings on the white plastic tank indicating where coolant levels should be when the car is running and when it’s not. If the coolant level is low after repeated fillings, you

probably have a leak in the system. Coolant Hose Leaks Hoses are the most likely source of leaks because they are structurally the weakest components of the cooling system. Hoses must be flexible to absorb vibration,

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down on a non-summer night and, chances are, they’ll regale you with tales of how cold they were. That’s because travelers, especially those traveling

for just a day trip, tend to forget to pack along heavier clothes once the air starts getting a little warmer. While you can probably handle a jacketless break­

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• Bottled water and nonperishable foods. In the unfortunate case your vehicle breaks down in the middle of nowhere (as vehicles often seem to do), some water and snacks such as granola bars or raisins will keep you from going thirsty or hungry. Try to avoid snacks such as potato chips, pretzels or anything with a lot of salt, as salt will only make you more thirsty. The same thing can be said for sodas as well, as they typically don’t quench your thirst like water can. • Road flares and jumper cables. If you’re going to be doing some traveling on a busy highway, road flares are a must. Especially during nighttime, drivers who see road flares will likely slow down and might even stop to try and help. But cars that are not surrounded by flares might be looked at as abandoned, and motorists might be less inclined to stop or call for assistance. Also, road flares obviously make your vehicle more visible during twilight and nighttime hours, something you’ll want if you’ll be working on your car while it’s on the highway shoulder. Like road flares, jumper cables should be part of your emergency car-care kit. A helpful fellow motorist who pulls over might be willing

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to give your car a jump, but he might be without the cables to do it. Having your own cables can ensure that should you be the bene­ ficiary of any Good Samaritans, you’ll at least be capable of accepting their help. • Fire extinguisher. Many times vehicles are not as easily adaptable to warmer temperatures as human beings. This can lead to your car overheating, es­pecially if it’s exceptionally hot outside or if you’ve been driving your car for an extended period of time. Should your car overheat, it’s not uncommon for engines to burst into flames. A small fire extinguisher stored in a safe place in your trunk won’t take up much space and should keep you and your car protected from any spontaneous fires. • Books or magazines. Even if you have the best emergency roadside assis­ tance provider, it typically takes at least an hour for them to arrive. More often than not, it takes sub­ stantially longer than that. A book or a magazine will help pass the time, and before you know it, help will have arrived.

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Over the last several years, homeowners have in­ creasingly emphasized clean air in their homes. The growing popularity of home air purifiers suggests today’s homeowners want to make certain the environment inside their home is as healthy as possible. While protecting the environment in a home is important, it’s equally as important for motorists to maintain a healthy environ­ ment in their vehicles. The average American spends roughly 10 to 15 hours per week inside a car, where dust, odors, smoke and other potentially sour smells can make riding in a car rather unpleasant. In addition, air pollution and allergens inside a vehicle can pose a significant health risk to drivers and their passengers. Fortunately, there are several steps drivers can take to maintain a healthy environ­ ment inside their vehicle.

• Clean the vehicle’s interior. Many automobile owners pay particular attention to the appearance of their vehicle’s exterior. However, those same drivers don’t spend nearly as much time, if any, tending to the vehicle’s interior. But a neglected interior doesn’t just fall victim to spills and dirt or other particles brought in from the outside. Over time, a neglected interior might begin to grow mildew, which is both unhealthy and unpleasant. In general, clean the vehicle’s interior once a month to prevent mildew growth and the buildup of dirt and grime. • Don’t fall in love with the “new car smell.” Few consumers can resist the famed “new car smell.”

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Tips For Maintaining And Operating A Motorcycle Safely

Operating a motorcycle takes different skills than driving a car, but the laws of the road apply to every driver just the same. A combination of con­ sistent education, regard for traffic laws and basic common sense can go a long way in helping reduce the amount of accidental motorcycle fatalities. For instance, something as simple as wearing a helmet with protective eyewear could drastically reduce your chances of being seriously hurt in a crash. In fact, a motorcycle rider not wearing a helmet is five times more likely to sustain a critical head injury. Try these additional tips,

they could keep you on the road to safety. On The Bike • Wear appropriate gear. Leather clothing, boots with nonskid soles and gloves can protect your body from severe injuries. Consider attaching reflective tape to your clothing to make it easier for other drivers to see you. • Follow traffic rules. Obey the speed limit and be aware of local traffic laws and rules of the road. • Ride defensively. Nearly two-thirds of all motorcycle accidents are caused by a driver violating a rider’s headlights on; stay out of a watch for turning vehicles. right of way. driver’s blind spot; signal • Keep your skills honed. Always ride with your well in advance of a turn and Complete a formal riding education program, get licensed and take riding courses from time to time to stay sharp. • Be smart. Alcohol,

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fatigue and drowsiness can impair your ability to react, so never drink and drive and be sure that you are well rested when you hit the road. Before You Ride Keeping your motorcycle fit for the road is just as


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important as practicing safe riding. Always check the following before riding: • Tires. Check for cracks or bulges or signs of wear in the treads. Low tire pressure or defects could cause a blowout. • Leakage. Look for signs of oil or gas leaks. • Headlight, taillight and signals. Make sure that all lights are functioning. • Fluids. Check hydraulic and coolant levels weekly. • Clutch and throttle. Make sure they are working smoothly. • Mirrors. Clean and adjust all mirrors. • Brakes. Each brake should feel firm and hold the motorcycle still when fully applied. • Horn. Test the horn.

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Huber’s Auto Group’s number one priority is to serve their community with honest, quality auto repairs. The Huber family has been in the auto service business for over 38 years, and has some of the area’s most experienced and highly-trained technicians. Their special tools and diagnostic equipment are used to perform a wide range of repairs – major or minor. Services include: state inspection and emission testing, road force tire balancing and four wheel alignment, wheel straightening, check engine light and computer diagnostic repairs, 30/60/90 scheduled maintenance, engine timing and head gasket repairs, fluid flushing and oil changes. They back their work with a 12-month/12,000-mile parts and labor warranty for your peace of mind. Huber’s specializes in European cars like Volkswagen, Audi, BMW, Mini and Mercedes maintenance and repair. In order to best serve their friends and neighbors, they also service all vehicle makes and models, both import and domestic. Huber’s auto sales department is known for super clean, fully serviced vehicles – hand-picked, certified and backed by a personal bumper to bumper warranty. See complete inventory at Huber’s Auto Group also has auto rentals including economic, late model car rentals, minivan rentals, 8 to 12-passenger vans, 15-passenger vans, SUV rentals and pick-up truck rentals. You can count on Huber’s staff to provide you with the assistance you need for auto repair, auto sales or auto rentals. Stop by Huber’s Auto Group on Route 272 on the triangle of Trout Run Road in Ephrata, or call 717-733-2631 today! Please go to their website for their different department hours.

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