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• Go Local • Student Spotlight In this week’s issue:


16th Annual Adamstown Community Days Event


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

Look in this week’s Things To Do section beginning on page 6B for more events, including: • Hahnstown United Zion Church Hosts Concert • Denver Bingo Association Moneyball Bingo • Akron Fire Company Chicken BBQ • Durlach-Mt. Airy Fire Company Ox Roast Dinner

The 16th Annual Adamstown Community Days event will be held Friday, May 25, Saturday, May 26 and Sunday, May 27. The festival will take place at

Adamstown’s Community Grove located just off Route 272, two miles north of the Reading interchange of the PA Turnpike. Admission, parking and nightly

Shopping News Photo by Donald Reese entertainment are free. hours on Saturday and Sunday are The fair opens Friday at 5:00 2:00 p.m. until 10:00 p.m. Food choices range from p.m. with a cruise night, carnival (Continued On Page 2A) rides, bingo, games and food. The

Girl Scouts Support Veterans Through Operation Cookie Jar

THURSDAY, MAY 17 First United Methodist Church, 68 North Church Street, Ephrata, will hold a Free Community Meal. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. Serving at 6:00 p.m. Everyone is welcome. For more information, call 717733-6646.


The Swamp Lutheran Church Handbell Choir will hold a Spring Concert at 2:00 p.m., located at Reinholds Station Trinity Chapel, 114 East Main Street, Reinholds. There is no cost to attend.

WEDNESDAY, MAY 23 The Historical Society of the Cocalico Valley will present “Maria Kinzer of New Holland” program at the Ephrata Public Library, 550 South Reading Road, Ephrata, at 7:00 p.m. For more information, call 717733-1616.

Every year during Girl Scout cookie sales, troops collect donations for Project Cookie Jar. Donations collected by the troops

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are used to purchase boxes of cookies. Each troop is allowed to choose who they want to donate to, and this opportunity is a


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hamburgers and hot dogs to full dinners served daily under the pavilion by local non-profit organizations. Professional entertainment

includes Uptown Band, playing a blend of music; The Cramer Brothers, country music; and Flamin’ Dick & the Hot Rods, 50s and 60s rock and roll. All entertainment will be presented under a large tent. Chairman Joe Dietrich said the always-popular Flamin’ Dick & the Hot Rods has been moved to Saturday


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evening from Sunday. The Cramer Brothers, a local country music group, will be making their first appearance at Community Days. The weekend concludes Sunday night with a 10,000 rocket fireworks show at 10:00 p.m., considered one of the best in the area. The rain date for the fireworks is Monday, May 28 at 9:00 p.m. For more information, call 484-256-0851. Shown ready to celebrate are Christopher and his children including Nolan, Colden and Reagan.

Seven German students at Cocalico High School were recognized for earning bronze, silver and gold medals this year for their amazing performance on the 2018 AATG (American Association of Teachers of German) National German Exam. They include: Will Meckley (gold), Shawn Monyer (silver), Lindsey Gray (silver), Emma Sandherr (bronze), Zoe Smith (bronze), Alicia Beachy (bronze) and Rachael Edwards (bronze).


Girl Scouts Support Veterans (Continued From Page 1A)

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they appreciate them and it gives the girls a chance to speak with them and hear their stories. This year, Crystale Sensinig’s troop asked other troops to help hand out cookies her troop donated at the Ephrata Manor, and girls from various troops jumped at the opportunity. Upon arrival at the Ephrata Manor, the girls spoke with some of the veterans in the common area and took a photo, followed by providing each veteran with their own cookie box of choice. After handing out cookies in the

common area, girls hand delivered to the remaining veterans who were unable to attend the meet-and-greet. Shown in the photo, from left to right, are (front row) Haylee, Lily, Beckah, Kate­ lyn and Brooke (Brownie Troop 70145); (second row) Crystale Sensinig (Troop Leader Senior/Ambassador Troop 70980), Katrina (Ca­ dette Troop 70179), Natalie and Evelyn (Junior Troop 70026); (back row) Hannah and Hailey (Senior/Am­ bassador Troop 70980).

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Obituaries Glenn R. Hackman, 67, Willow Street, formerly of Lititz, died Saturday, April 14. He is survived by his companion, Carole Sturgis, Willow Street; three sons: Brian, Glenn and Shawn; six grandchildren; a brother, Jim; and two sisters: Betty and Jean. Juliann Erb, 91, Ephrata Manor, died Thursday, April 26. Marie T. Hall Martin, 92, Ephrata, died Thursday, April 26. She was the wife of the late Fred Martin, and the late Chester J. Hall. She is survived by a daughter, Mickey, wife of William C. Biddle, Ephrata; three grandchildren; 15 great-grandchildren; and 11 great-great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by two grandchildren, and a great-grandchild. Barbara Ann Roberts, 79, Ephrata, died Saturday, April 28. She was the wife of the late Walter G. Roberts. She is survived by a son, Richard, husband of Elisa­ beth Roberts, Maryland; two daughters: Danielle, wife of Brian Pannebecker, New­ manstown, and Michelle Redpath, Womelsdorf; five grandchildren; six greatgrandchildren; and a brother, Raymond, husband of Kathy Beisswanger, Reading. Matthew P. Dostick, 30, Ephrata, died Tuesday, May 1. He is survived by his parents, Wanda L. Dale, Ephrata, and Patrick J. Dostick Jr., North Carolina; three brothers: Ronald Young Jr., husband of Coletta, Schaefferstown; Michael Dostick, Ephrata; and David Dostick, Ephrata; three sisters: Karie Young, Lancaster; Sherrie Santor, wife of Eric, Coal Township; and Kimberly Beck, Bellefonte; and grand­ parents: Donald and Joanne Klopp, Ephrata, and Dale and Cynthia Wagner, Leb­

anon. Esther M. Mitchell, 74, Ephrata, died Tuesday, May 1. She was the wife of the late Frederick H. Mitchell. She is survived by two daughters: Traci L., wife of Richard Leed, New Holland, and Nanci B., wife of Fernando Zuniga, Ephrata; four grandchildren; one great-grandchild; two brothers: David Helman, husband of Kathleen, Stevens, and James Helman, husband of Barbara, Fayetteville, North Carolina; and her first husband, Gary E. Irwin. She was preceded in death by a grandchild. Helen S. Smith, Lititz, died Tuesday, May 1. She was the wife of the late William W. Smith. She is survived by a son, William G., husband of Donna Smith, Millersville; two grandchildren; and a great-grandchild. Michael H. Leed, 44, husband of Sherry (Burk­

holder) Leed, Denver, died Wednesday, May 2. Besides his wife, he is survived by his parents, Richard and Laura (Cooper) Leed, Ephrata; two sons: Scott Michael Leed, at home, and Shawn Mason Leed, at home; a brother, Richard Jr., husband of Traci Leed; and a sister, Tammy Leed. Dorene Doris Stitley, 69, Ephrata, died Wednesday, May 2. She is survived by a brother, Kenneth Eugene Stitley, husband of Barbara, Shamokin Dam; and three sisters: Margaret S. “Peg” Gast, Lancaster; Judith Audrey Stitley, Waianae, Hawaii; and Diana Carol Winters, Hendersonville, North Carolina. Frank S. Sweigart, 84, Colonial Lodge, Denver, died Wednesday, May 2. He is survived by a son, F. James Sweigart, Denver; five daughters: Pamela, wife of Galen Jr. Hibshman, Lititz; Dawn Sweigart, Columbia; Laura Jean Bell, Virginia; Gail Sweigart, Lancaster; and Janet Ernst, Texas; eight grandchildren; several great-grandchildren; two brothers: Ellsworth

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Local Senior Centers List Activities

Hertzogs Celebrate 50th Anniversary

Lloyd and May Hertzog would like to announce their 50th wedding anniversary. They were married on May 11, 1968 at the Ephrata United Zion Church. The ceremony was officiated by Rev. Alvin Eberly. Lloyd is self-employed at Hertzog’s Garage, Denver, for 34 years. He previously worked at Green Lawn Garage. May previously worked at Keystone Nitewear, Cinderella and part-time at Weaver Markets. They enjoy traveling, especially going on cruises. Also, they like going to car cruises. They both like going out to eat. They are the parents of two children: Rodney, fiancé of Steph Fisher, and Rhonda, wife of Ronald Martin; and they have two grandchildren, Kelsi and Nick. They are celebrating with a cruise to Alaska.

The following listing is for the Cocalico and Lititz Senior Centers. Activities will be listed according to each Center. Menus are the same at each location. *Note: The Cocalico Senior Center is closed and people will be transferred to the Lititz Senior Center. More information regarding this closure will be provided as soon as more information is obtained. Lititz Senior Center The Lancaster County Office of Aging, Lititz Senior Citizens Center, Lititz United Methodist Church, Lititz, is open Wednesday, Thursday and Monday, from 8:30 a.m. until 1:00 p.m., with Coffee and Chat Time at 9:00 a.m. and Lunch served at noon. The Center serves Lancaster County residents of Ephrata, Rothsville, Akron, Neffsville and Lititz a.m., one day in advance by areas. Ephrata is also served calling the Center at 717by van service. Reservations 626-2800. for lunch and transportation Daily Activities Include: need to be made by 11:00


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10:00 a.m., Jack French Hearing; Geri-Fit; 12:00 Noon, Lunch. Senior Center Menu Wednesday, May 16: Taco salad (taco meat and cheddar cheese), tossed salad with tomato, black bean soup with crackers, nacho chips, pineapple tidbits. Thursday, May 17: Roast beef with gravy, whipped potatoes, green beans, white bread, brownie. Friday, May 18: Pork DOOR FOSTER PARENT.

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The annual Memorial Day Parade and Memorial Ser­ vice, sponsored by the Schoeneck Veterans Memor­ ial Association, will take place Monday, May 28. Parade registration begins at 8:30 a.m. in the Schoeneck Fire Company lot. The parade will kick off at 9:00 a.m. Categories featured in the parade include motorized vehicles and cycles, floats, trikes, bikes and wagons, organizations, individuals and families. There will be top prizes awarded in each category and a prize for Best in Parade. The Heidelberg Band will also be joining the parade. The service at the mem­ orial will honor hometown heroes. This year the service will be honoring the three Shirk brothers. Their stories will be told by relative and Schoeneck native, Tom Shirk. A luncheon will follow the service at the Schoeneck Fire Company. A freewill offering will be taken. In the event of inclement weather, please check the Schoeneck Veterans Memor­ ial Association Facebook page for parade cancellation by 8:30 a.m. The service, followed by the luncheon, would then be held at Wiest’s Church, 48 South King Street. Please call, 717-333-9651 with any questions.

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Memorial Day Ceremony

The Annual Ephrata Community Memorial Day Ceremony will be held Monday, May 28 at the Ephrata War Memorial Field (Ephrata High School stadium). The ceremony will start at 9:00 a.m. and this year’s keynote speaker is Colonel Robert DeSousa. This year’s ceremony will once again feature a bagpiper, musical selections performed by the Ephrata High School Concert Band, soloist Jess Zimmerman, a 21-gun salute by Vet 21 and the reading of the names of the Honored Dead - those military members who were killed in combat. This year’s ceremony is being organized by Cocalico Valley Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 3376, “The Ephrata VFW,” with assistance and support from Amvets Post 136, American Legion Post 429 and BPO Elks Lodge 1933. The Ephrata VFW is excited to announce they have arranged for a military flyover at the beginning of We Hope You Stop By and Check Out Our

Law Enforcement United Rides Through Area

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Shopping News Photo by Donald Reese A large group of law enforcement officers rode bicycle through the Ephrata area last week as part of the vision of Law Enforcement United. The mission of the group is to honor the service and sacrifice of all law enforcement officers who died in the line of duty and remember the survivors. The group travels through multiple states as part of their commitment to honor their fellow officers and they are guided on their route by a police motorcycle escort. They are shown here climbing the hill into Akron as cars pull to the side. the ceremony. Attendees may sit in the bleachers or bring their own lawn chairs. After the




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Salute To Veterans Program The Navy Club of Lancaster, PA will be collecting non-perishable food (no glass, please) at the Clipper Magazine Stadium on Saturday, May 19 during the Salute to Veterans Program. This is part of the Military Share Program to help veterans that is run by the PA Food Bank. The theme of their collection is “Fill

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Students’ Cakes Place In Top Three In Atlantic City Two Pennsylvania College of Technology students finished in the Top Three in their category during the 2018 Cake Extravaganza at the Atlantic Bakery Expo in Atlantic City. Jacqueline R. Dull, a baking and pastry arts student from Mohnton, received first place in the student tiered wedding cake category, and Taylor M. Bickhart, a baking and pastry arts student from Middleburg, placed third in the same category. The Atlantic Bakery Expo featured more than 500 exhibitors. It is presented by the New Jersey Bakers Board of Trade and the New York State Association of Manufacturing Retail Bakers. In addition to the cake competition, Penn College baking and pastry arts students presented trade show floor demonstrations. Chef Charles R. Nieder­

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husband of Hazell Hurst, Holly Springs, North Caro­ lina; a step-daughter, Chris­ tina, wife of Karl Dirks, Elizabethtown; one grand­ child; five step-grand­ children; and a sister, Shirley Harkins, Mt. Joy. Marie Louise Thompson, 87, East Earl, died Sunday, May 6. She was the wife of the late Theodore “Teddy” Thompson. She is survived by two sons: Larry Thompson, Claymont, Delaware, and Bill, husband of Terry Thompson, Chadds Ford; two daughters: Kathy Hann­ um, East Earl, and Joyce, wife of John Boehm, Whitehall; seven grand­ children; and six greatgrandchildren. She was preceded in death by four children: Teddy, Terry, Albert and Hazel. Kathleen Marie (Weaver) Burger, 64, wife of Scott Burger, Lititz, died Monday, May 7. Besides her husband, she is survived by a son, Christopher R. Burger, husband of Jennifer; one grandchild; and three sisters: Anna Mary, wife of Ray­ mond Wenger; Elizabeth M., wife of Ken Bonnar; and Ellen M. Weaver. Richard Lamar Deemer, 81, husband of Teresa Jane (Dickson) Deemer, Ephrata, died Monday, May 7. Besides his wife, he is survived by a son, Dennis Lamar Deemer, husband of Kathy Anne (Weaver), Colorado; two daughters: Brenda Jean Hess, Lititz, and Vicki Heisey, wife of Sheldon E. Heisey, Man­ heim; a stepson, Elwood L. Boehler III, husband of Lori, Lancaster; a stepdaughter, Christina M. Mathes, wife of Louis Mathes Jr., Ephrata; ten grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; a brother, Irvin Deemer Jr., Myerstown; and a sister, Joyce Boyer, wife of Lynne, Ephrata. He was preceded in death by a stepson, Michael J. Weaver. David N. Leinbach, 90, husband of Lydia H. (Weaver) Leinbach, East Earl, died Monday, May 7. Besides his wife, he is survived by two sons: Lamar, husband of Lucille (Newswanger) Leinbach,

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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.

(Originally Published in the October 15, 1980 issue of The Shopping News) O Yesus, Ich Hab Verschproche O Yesus, ich hab verschproche, Dich ehre bis zum End; Sei Du nau immer bei mir, Mei Meeschder un mei Freind; Ich soll vum Grieg net bang sei, Wann Du naegscht bei mir bischt, Un geh net vun dem Paadweg, Wann Du der Weg mir weischt.

In mir un um mich rum; Awwer Yesus ziegt mich naecher, Un haldt mei Seel fun Sind.

If Thou art by my side, No wander from the pathway If Thou wilt be my Guide.

Dei Schtimm nau loss mich heere, So grefdich un so glor, Un iwwer all die Schtarem Bischt Meeschder iwwer all! O loss mich heere vun Dir, So ordlich un so gschwindt! Sei Schtimm nau loss mich heere, Du Iwwerseher meiner Seel!

O let me feel Thee near me! The world is ever near; I see the sights that dazzle, The tempting sounds I hear; My foes are ever near me, Around me and within; But, Jesus, draw Thou nearer, And shield my soul from sin.

Ya, Yesus hot verschproche Zu all as ehre Ihn, As wu Du bischt in Glorie, Datt selle Dei Scheffer sei; Ich hab verschproche, Yesus, Dich ehre bis zum End, Mit Gnaade loss mich follye, Mei Meeschder un mei Freind. Amen.

O let me hear Thee speaking In accents clear and still, Above the storms of passion, The murmurs of selfwill! O speak to reassure me, To hasten or control! O speak, and make me listen, Thou Guardian of my soul!

O Jesus, I Have Promised

O bleib Du naegscht nau bei mir! Die Welt is allfatt naegscht; Ich seh die Sache aageh, Die mich verfiehre kennt; Mei Feind sin allfatt naegscht bei,

O Jesus, I have promised To serve Thee to the end; Be Thou forever near me, My Master and my Friend: I shall not fear the battle

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A few weeks ago in this column we presented our readers with the text of “Amerikaa” with the admonition that you should put your vocal chords to work. Well, if you missed that opportunity to warm up to a familiar tune with a Dutch text, we want to give you another chance this week. The English text, “O Jesus, I Have Promised,” we have taken from the words of John E. Bode, who was an Oxford don and rector for 14 years of Castle Camps, Cambridgeshire, England. Bode wrote this hymn about 1866 in six eight-line verses on the occasion of the confirmation of his daughter and two sons, the wording then being: “O Jesus, we have promised.” Our source for this information is “The Story Of Our Hymns,” the Handbook to the Hymnal of the Evangelical and Reformed Church, written by Armin Haeussler, and published in Saint Louis, Missouri in 1952. It is hymn number 217 in this hymnal. “O Yesus, Ich Hab Verschproche” was one of the three Dutch hymns which were sung the afternoon of Sunday, September 28, 1980, at “Die siwwezeht PennsilfaanischDeitschi Breddich in der Alt Schwammer Karich” (The 17th Dutch Service in the old Swamp Church) at Blainsport. The other two hymns were “Kumm, Du Allmechdicher Gott” (“Come, Thou Almighty King”), and “Ich Brauch Dich Alli Schtunn” (“I Need Thee Every Hour”). The service was conducted and the sermon (Text: “Der Mann In Der Mitt”) was preached by Parre (Pastor) Donald F. Geschwindt, the pastor of the Swamp Reformed Church.

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We feel safe in assuming that he and Hattie Klapp Brunner were the translators into the dialect of “O Yesus, Ich Hab Verschproche.” Hattie celebrated her 90th birthday last fall. It won’t be too long before we’ll be able to celebrate her 91st! Hattie Brunner has been such a strong supporter through the years of this annual Dutch service (though she was unable to attend this year) so ably led by Parre Geschwindt, that we want to dedicate this “Deitsch Eck” to her. We will remember the days when Hattie and other members of the Swamp Reformed Choir would sing in the Muddy Creek Reformed Choir on special occasions. Often my father and I sang with the Swamp Choir, then and now, so ably directed by Bill Getz, the father of two famous sons in the world of music. (Belated congratulations, Bill, on your 78th birthday!) So attending the 1980 Dutch service at Swamp on September 28 was like a homecoming. Among some of our Dutch friends we met at the Swamp service were Allie Musser “Der Deitsch Greemer Vun Baumannswill” (we hear he won the milking contest!), Johnny Petticoffer vun Effredaa and Ed Weber vun Wisse Daal. When we chatted with Marie Shupp, we looked in vain for her husband Ernie. Mir misse saage wie Gott zum Aadam gsaat hot: Aadam, wu bischt du? - Ernie, wu waarscht du? Look for Marie at that famous candy stand at Green Dragon. Un kann sie Deitsch schwetze! We don’t want to forget the Wenger Mennonite (Die Fuhre Mennischde) boys from near Shimp’s Chapel with whom we chatted in the Sunday School building. I forget to ask their names, but we agreed that the Dutch service they had just witnessed was quite different from the bi-weekly Dutch services they attend (at Muddy Creek or Bowmansville or New Holland, etc.). Parre Geschwindt’s survey of the number of communities represented at the 17th annual Pennsylvania German service reported almost 40 different towns and localities from far and near. Seeing and hearing the cherubs singing “Mei Beschder Freind” (translated by Hattie Brunner) reminded us of that well known Pennsylvania German spiritual “Dat is wu die Engelein singen yo so schee…datt in Nei Yerusalem” Ich

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meen mer sett die cherubs “die Engelein” heese. (I think one should call them “The little angels.”) They certainly looked like little angels.

Our congratulations to our friend Parre Geschwindt and the congregation of the Swamp Reformed Church for establishing and maintaining this series of remarkable services in der Mudderschprooch! (in the mother tongue) After the service at Swamp, der Fuhrmann, (the driver) my father, gathered us all up, die Bischlin-Gnipplin (the female form of Bischli-Gnippli) and my uncle Harry and drove us to Smokestown. Smokestown is en schee, glee Schtettli, as mir mir devor unbekannt waar, (Smokestown is a lovely, small town which was previously unknown to me.) There my father, der Aaschtreicher (the painter) visited with der Besemacher (the broom-maker), Victor Meckley, and his wife. We learned a lot about where broomcorn is raised and on the quality of new brooms. You know what they say about new brooms! Later we’d like to do a column on broom-making. Some time later we hope to report on the dialect (and unfortunately English) service we attended on Saturday evening, September 27, 1980, which is held annually in the Blue Meeting House, southeast of Kleinfeltersville, on the edge of the Middle Creek Wildlife Area. This year it was held as part of the 120th Anniversary Revival. Rev. Ethan Levengood was in charge of the service; Rev. Howard Frey of Richfield, Snyder County, preached on “Die Goldni Schtadt”; and Rev. Harry Tobias of Manheim was in marvelous voice as the song leader. If you haven’t experienced Harry Tobias as a song leader, you still have a treat in store. (He needs no microphone which so many of the weak singers hang on to these days!) Rev. Tobias knows by heart dozens of songs and choruses in the dialect and in English and draws group singing from a handful of people which puts to shame larger congregations. Again our hat is off to those courageous souls, plain and non-plain, who keep the dialect culture alive. The day will come when our grandchildren or great-grandchildren will look back in wonder and ask themselves: “Who were those foolish ancestors of ours, who so carelessly threw away their German heritage because they had convinced themselves that the English-speaking world was superior?” Is it? Es Bischli-Gnippli

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Biblical Message

(Continued from the 5.9.18 issue of The Shopping News)

Paul’s Desire and Prayer by Pastor Paul M. Sadler But Israel went about seeking to establish her own righteousness by trying to keep the law. To illustrate what the apostle means here, we are indebted to our Lord

for the following parable. “And He spake this parable unto certain which trusted in themselves that they were righteous, and despised others: Two men went up into the temple to pray; the one a Pharisee, and the other a publican. The Pharisee stood and prayed thus with himself, God, I thank thee, that I am not as other men are, extortioners, unjust, adulterers, or even as this publican. I fast twice in the week, I give tithes of all that I possess. And the publican, standing afar off, would not lift up so much as his eyes unto heaven, but smote upon his breast, saying, God be merciful to me a sinner. I tell you, this man went down to his house justified rather

than the other: for every one that exalteth himself shall be abased; and he that humbleth himself shall be exalted” (Luke 18:9-14). This high and mighty Pharisee, a conservative religious leader at that time, thought he was right with God since he had meticulously kept the letter of the law. He fasted religiously and gave tithes dutifully as the law demanded. He boasted before God that he was grateful he wasn’t like other men who were ungodly sinners. He was especially thankful he wasn’t like the publican who was also at the temple offering up a prayer to God. Publicans were the offscouring of the earth. They would be akin to our

street people today. Nevertheless, the publican humbled himself before God, praying that the Lord would be merciful to him being a sinner. Interestingly the term “merciful” here looks back to the Old Testament Mercy Seat where the blood was sprinkled for the atonement of sin. You see, the publican had responded to God in faith, praying that God would have mercy on him, as He did upon the nation when He looked upon the blood on the Mercy Seat. Under the old economy, faith always obeyed the law, which served as an outward expression of a proper response to God. The majority within the chosen nation were like

the Pharisee who sought to obtain a righteous standing with God through the works of the law. This is what the apostle had in mind when he says that they were going about seeking to establish their own righteousness. They failed to understand that the intent of the law was not to save them; rather, it was to give them a knowledge of sin so they could, like the publican, throw themselves upon the mercy of God and bring a sacrifice by faith. “But Israel, which followed after the law of righteousness, hath not attained to the law of righteousness. Wherefore? Because they sought it not by faith, but as it were by the works of the law” (Rom.

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them. He perfectly fulfilled every stipulation of the law in spirit and act; therefore, He also terminated it (Gal. 3:24,25 cf. Col. 2:14). Christ, then, is the righteousness of God! “For Moses describeth the righteousness which is of the law, that the man which doeth those things shall live by them� (Rom. 10:5). Was the law of God righteous? Indeed! The problem, you see, was not with the law; it was with sinful man who was unable to keep it perfectly. If a man breaks one of the laws of God, he is a lawbreaker. This is the very point that James makes: “Whosoever shall keep the whole law, and yet offend in one point, he is guilty of all� (James 2:10). The law was powerless to impart life; it pointed its bony finger in the face of the accused and essentially pronounced a sentence of condemnation. The eminent Greek scholar, Kenneth Wuest, made the following insightful poetic verse regarding the law: Do this and live the law commands, but gives me neither feet nor hands, A better word the gospel brings, it bids me fly and gives me wings. “But the righteousness which is of faith speaketh on this wise, Say not in thine heart, who shall ascend into heaven? (that is, to bring Christ down from above:) Or, Who shall descend into the deep? (that is, to bring up Christ again from the dead)� (Rom. 10:6,7). In verses 5 through 8, Paul contrasts the “way of the law� with “the way of faith.� Since Moses was so revered in Israel, the apostle quotes the great Lawgiver, but

recasts his words under the direction of the Holy Spirit. To properly understand Paul’s argument it will first be necessary to consider Moses’ original statement: “For this commandment which I command thee this day, it is not hidden from thee, neither is it far off. It is not in heaven, that thou shouldest say, Who shall go up for us to heaven, and bring it unto us, that we may hear it, and do it? Neither is it beyond the sea, that thou shouldest say, Who shall go over the sea for us, and bring it unto us, that we may hear it, and do it?� (Deut. 30:1113). As Moses neared the end of his life, the children of Israel were painfully aware that he would only be with them a short time. They knew Moses had spoken directly to God on their behalf, but who would minister to them after the Deliverer was gone? Moses instructs them accordingly: Don’t say, who will ascend into heaven and bring us the revelation of God, or who will cross the sea to bring us a teacher? The will of God for you is found in the Books of the Law; you need to look no farther. It is within your reach—in your mouth and in your heart. Paul refashions the words of Moses to reveal that salvation by grace through faith was now available to individual Israelites through Christ. There is no need for someone to ascend into heaven, for that is to bring Christ down. This would crucify the Son of Man afresh. God forbid! He already came and offered Himself as a once-for-all sacrifice for the sins of the world. Neither was there a

need to inquire, “Who shall descend into the deep? (that is to bring up Christ again from the dead).� Christ had already conquered sin and death and risen victoriously over it. The work was finished! “The word is nigh thee, even in thy mouth, and in thy heart: that is, the word of faith, which we preach� (Rom. 10:8). Note Paul says, “The word of faith, which we preach.� What did the apostle preach in order for a lost soul to be saved? Simply this: Christ died for our sins, was buried and rose again, all three of which are implied in the foregoing passages. Essentially, Paul said to his countrymen that salvation is near, even in their mouth as they read the Word, and in their heart if they believed it. Christ has abolished the performance system; simply place your faith in the Lord Jesus Christ. CONFESSION AND BELIEF “That if thou shalt confess with thy mouth the Lord Jesus, and shalt believe in thine heart that God hath raised Him from the dead, thou shalt be saved. For with the heart man believeth unto righteousness; and with the mouth confession is made unto salvation� (Rom.

10:9,10). This passage has been a stumbling block for many dear saints. First, Paul is not speaking about public confession before men as a prerequisite to be saved. If this were the case, salvation would be associated with a work. The apostle uses the mouth and heart here in the spiritual sense. We should add that both confession and belief are in harmony with one another. In fact, they are two sides of the same coin. The context substantiates Paul is referring to our innermost being. He says in verse 6: “Say not in thine heart,� that is, say not to yourself who will ascend into heaven, etc. In like manner when we heard the gospel, we said to ourselves in our heart of hearts, I believe! Paul calls upon his countrymen to confess or acknowledge that the Lord Jesus died for their sins and rose again. The apostle lays special emphasis upon the resurrection, because while many of his readers were well aware Christ had been crucified, they may not have been aware that He had conquered death and rose again the third day. Salvation is in a person, and that person is the Lord Jesus Christ. Once the vertical

relationship is established with the Savior by faith, it will eventually touch all of our horizontal relationships that we have with one another. Thus “according as it is written, I believed, and therefore have I spoken; we also believe, and therefore speak� (II Cor. 4:13). “For the Scripture saith, Whosoever believeth on Him shall not be ashamed. For there is no difference between the Jew and the Greek: for the same Lord over all is rich unto all that call upon him. For whosoever shall call upon the name of the Lord shall be saved� (Rom. 10:11-13). Those who trust Christ will never be ashamed or defeated. We are saved from the wrath to come, not only in the coming tribulation period, but also from the judgment to come. Thankfully, in Christ we are beyond the reach of God’s wrath. We also learn here that there is no difference between the Jews and the Gentiles today who call upon the Lord. This was unheard of under the former dispensation of the law. Once again, this is “epignosis� or that fuller knowledge of God’s will Paul spoke of earlier. Before the foundation of the world

God had foreordained the Church of this age, which is uniquely a Pauline truth. Consequently, in the administration of Grace there is one Body, which is made up of Jews and Gentiles without distinction. Even though the apostle quotes from the Old Testament when he states, “For whosoever shall call upon the name of the Lord shall be saved,� this passage must be interpreted in light of Paul’s revelation. In time past, whosoever called upon the Lord was saved through Israel. Today, whosoever believes is saved in spite of Israel since she has been temporarily cast aside in unbelief (Isa. 49:6 cf. Rom. 11:11,15,25). Have you called upon the Lord to be saved? If not, we beg you to do so without delay. You are dangling over the lake of fire by one thin thread of human existence. Soon the fires of God’s wrath will consume you and the weight of your sins will plunge you into eternal darkness forever and ever. Flee from the wrath to come. Believe on the Lord Jesus Christ, who bore your sins upon the Cross, and thou shalt be saved!

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THURS., MAY 17 - A Meeting for Widows will be held at the Udder Choice, 1812 West Main Street, Eph­ rata. Eat at 6:00 p.m. with meeting to follow. All wid­ ows welcome. THURS., MAY 17 - First United Methodist Church, 68 North Church Street, Ephrata, will hold a Free Community Meal. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. Serving at 6:00 p.m. Everyone is welcome. For more info., call 717-733-6646. SAT., MAY 19 - The Akron Fire Company will hold a Chicken BBQ, from 10:00 a.m. until sold out. There is a cost. Dinners are available. SAT., MAY 19 - The

Durlach-Mt. Airy Fire Com­ pany, 880 Durlach Road, Stevens, will hold an Ox Roast Dinner, from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. (or sold out). There is a cost. Drive thru only. SAT., MAY 19 - The Swamp Lutheran Church Handbell Choir will hold a Spring Concert at 2:00 p.m., located at Reinholds Station Trinity Chapel, 114 East Main Street, Reinholds. There is no cost to attend. SAT., MAY 19 - Schoe­ neck Fire Company, 125 North King Street, Denver, will hold their 8th Annual Seafood Night, from 3:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. There is a cost. Dine-in only. For tickets or more info., call 717-271-6727. SAT., MAY 19 - Relay For Life is hosting a Big Apple Bus Trip to New York City. There is a cost. Leaving at 7:00 a.m. from Ephrata Walmart, returning at 10:00 p.m. For more info. or reservations, call Sharon at 717-799-5379 or Sherri at 717-471-1031. SAT., MAY 19 - Stevens

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Fire Company, 91 Stevens Road, Stevens, will host ACW Wrestling at 6:30 p.m. For more info., call 717336-4200. SAT., MAY 19 & SUN., MAY 20 - The Berks Mineralogical Society will hold the 50th Annual “World of Gems and Minerals” show Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., and Sunday from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., at the Leesport Farmers Market Banquet Hall, 312 Gernant’s Church Road, Leesport. There is an admission donation. SUN., MAY 20 - The Hahnstown United Zion Church, located on the corner of Glenwood Drive and Frysville Road, will host The Hagans Family in concert at 7:00 p.m. For more info., call 717-3818878 or 717-572-8394. SUN., MAY 20 - The Ephrata Amvets Ladies Auxiliary will hold a Cash Bingo at 614 South State Street, Ephrata. Doors open at 2:00 p.m. Bingo starts at 3:00 p.m. SUN., MAY 20 - Team In Memory of Jim will hold a fundraiser for the ALS Association at the Ephrata Isaac’s, 120 North Reading Road, Ephrata, from 11:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Partial proceeds will benefit the association. WED., MAY 23 - The Historical Society of the Cocalico Valley will present “Maria Kinzer of New Holland” program at the Ephrata Public Library, 550

South Reading Road, Eph­ rata, at 7:00 p.m. For more info., call 717-733-1616. THURS., MAY 24 - First United Methodist Church, 68 North Church Street, Ephrata, will hold a Free Community Meal. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. Serving at 6:00 p.m. Everyone is welcome. For more info., call 717-733-6646. THURS., MAY 24 - A Community Dinner will be held at Wiest UM Methodist Church, 48 N. King Street, Schoeneck, from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Fun, fellowship and food. SAT., MAY 26 - Penn­ sylvania Canine Search and Rescue will hold a Chicken BBQ at Horst Farm Market, 640 Reading Road, East Earl, from 9:00 a.m. to ? There is a cost. Dinners available. SAT., MAY 26 - The Garden Spot Village Art Guild will hold a pop-up exhibit and talk by Liz Hess, from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. in the Chapel. For more info., call 717-355-6000.

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SAT., MAY 26 - Bareville Fire Company, 211 East Main Street, Leola, will hold their Annual Steak Dinner. There is a cost. TUES., MAY 29 - Landis Homes, 1001 East Oregon Road, Lititz, will host a Memory Loss Support Group at 7:00 p.m. The public is invited. For more info., call 717-581-3939. THURS., MAY 31 - A Haus and Pinochle Card Party will be held at the Ephrata Recreation Center, 130 South Academy Drive, Ephrata, from 12:30 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. Sponsored by LCBA Branch 1557. Food service begins at 12:00 noon. Door prizes and raffle prizes. There is a cost. THURS., MAY 31 - First United Methodist Church, 68 North Church Street, Ephrata, will hold a Free Community Meal. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. Serving at 6:00 p.m. Everyone is welcome. For more info., call 717-733-6646. SAT., JUNE 2 - The New Holland Early Learning Center will host an Inter­ national Meal at the New Holland Mennonite Church, 18 Western Ave., New Holland, from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. There is a cost. For more info., call 717-3544440. MON., JUNE 4 - The Ephrata Fair will be selling Kauffman’s Chicken BBQ at the Ephrata Fair Office, 19 South Main Street, Ephrata, from 3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. For more info., call 717733-4451 ext. 1000. THURS., JUNE 7 - A Haus and Pinochle Card Party will be held at the Ephrata Recreation Center, 130 South Academy Drive, Ephrata, from 12:30 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. Sponsored by LCBA Branch 1557. Food service begins at 12:00 noon. Door prizes and raffle prizes. There is a cost. SAT., JUNE 9 - Stevens Fire Company, 91 Stevens Road, Stevens, will host ACW Wrestling at 6:30 p.m. For more info., call 717336-4200. WED., JUNE 13 - The Ephrata Rec Center will hold their Annual Golf Tournament at Iron Valley Golf Club, 201 Iron Valley Drive, Lebanon at 1:00 p.m. There is a cost. For more info. or to register, call Jim Hackett at 717-738-1167 ext. 122. THURS., JUNE 21 - A Meeting for Widows will be held at the Udder Choice, 1812 West Main Street, Ephrata. Eat at 6:00 p.m. Ladies Auxiliary Hosts


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with meeting to follow. All widows welcome. FRI., JUNE 22 - The West Earl Lions Club will hold a Chicken BBQ, from 11:00 a.m. until sold out, across from Benchmark Construct­ ion. There is a cost. For more info. or pre-sale meal tickets, go to www.westearllions. org. SAT., JULY 14 - Stevens Fire Company, 91 Stevens Road, Stevens, will host ACW Wrestling at 6:30 p.m. For more info., call 717336-4200. MON., JULY 16 - WED., JULY 18 - The Cocalico Soaring Eagles Cheer Camp will be held at the Cocalico Football Stadium, from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. For ages 7 to 12. There is a registration fee. For more info. or to register by Sunday, June 10, call Sonya Buchter at 717368-2754. MON., AUG. 6 - The Ephrata Fair will be selling Kauffman’s Chicken BBQ at the Ephrata Fair Office, 19 South Main Street, Ephrata, from 3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. For more info., call 717733-4451 ext. 1000. SAT., AUG. 11 - Stevens Fire Company, 91 Stevens Road, Stevens, will hold a Carnival with the “New Individuals” at 6:30 p.m. For more info., call 717-3364200. SAT., AUG. 18 - Stevens Fire Company, 91 Stevens Road, Stevens, will hold a Carnival with the “Nomads” at 6:30 p.m. For more info., call 717-336-4200. SAT., AUG. 25 - Stevens Fire Company, 91 Stevens Road, Stevens, will host ACW Wrestling at 6:30 p.m. For more info., call 717336-4200. SAT., SEPT. 8 - Stevens



Road, Stevens, will have an All You Can Eat Turkey Dinner at 4:00 p.m. For more info., call 717-3364200. SAT., NOV. 17 - The Schoeneck Fire Company, 125 North King Street, Den­ ver, will hold a Bake Sale and Craft Show, from 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. For more info., call 717-336-6767. SAT., NOV. 24 - Stevens Fire Company, 91 Stevens Road, Stevens, will have a Craft Show, from 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. For more info., call 717-336-4200. SAT., DEC. 8 - Stevens Fire Company, 91 Stevens Road, Stevens, will host ACW Wrestling at 6:30 p.m. For more info., call 717336-4200.

TUPPERWARE Fire Company, 91 Stevens Road, Stevens, will host ACW Wrestling at 6:30 p.m. For more info., call 717336-4200. SAT., SEPT. 22 - Bareville Fire Company, 211 East Main Street, Leola, will host an All You Can Eat Pot Pie Dinner, from 3:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Pot pie by the

quart will be sold from 1:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. There is a cost. SAT., OCT. 6 - Stevens Fire Company, 91 Stevens Road, Stevens, will host ACW Wrestling at 6:30 p.m. For more info., call 717336-4200. SAT., OCT. 13 - The

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Schoeneck Fire Company, 125 North King Street, Denver, will hold a Big John Nolt Chicken BBQ Dinner, from 10:00 a.m. until sold out. For more info., call 717336-6767. SAT., OCT. 20 - Stevens Fire Company, 91 Stevens Road, Stevens, will have a Pig Roast Dinner at 4:00 p.m. For more info., call 717-336-4200. SAT., OCT. 27 - The Schoeneck Fire Company, 125 North King Street, Den­ ver, will hold a Soup and Sub Sale, from 8:00 a.m. until sold out. For more info., call 717-336-6767. SAT., NOV. 3 - The Cocalico High School Class of 1978 is holding a 40th Class Reunion at Foxchase Golf Club, Stevens. Mark your calendars and share with other classmates, and forward your mailing and/or email address to tessf822@ for more infor­ mation. SAT., NOV. 3 - Stevens Fire Company, 91 Stevens Road, Stevens, will host ACW Wrestling at 6:30 p.m. For more info., call 717336-4200. SAT., NOV. 17 - Stevens Fire Company, 91 Stevens



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• On May 18, 1861, an obscure California newspaper casts first lady Mary Todd Lincoln in an unflattering light, saying she took it upon herself to appoint a stranger -- Mr. W.S. Wood -- to any office he desired. The reporter suggested that she had been smitten with Mr. Wood’s handsome features, luxuriant whiskers and graceful carriage. • On May 14, 1916, a lead article in the Times of London proclaims that an insufficiency of munitions is leading to defeat for Britain on the battlefields of World War I. It sparked a crisis on the home front, forcing the government to create a Ministry of Munitions. • On May 19, 1935, T.E. Lawrence, known to the world as Lawrence of Arabia, dies as a retired Royal Air Force mechanic living in a simple cottage under an assumed name. The legendary war hero, author and archaeological scholar succumbed to injuries suffered in a recent motorcycle accident. • On May 15, 1942, Lt. Ronald Reagan, a cavalry officer, applies for reassignment to the Army Air Force. The actor and future president was assigned as a publicrelations officer for the First Motion Picture Unit. • On May 20, 1956, the United States conducts the first airborne test of an improved hydrogen bomb, dropping it from a plane over the tiny island of Namu in the Bikini Atoll in the Pacific Ocean. • On May 17, 1973, in Washington, D.C., a Senate committee begins televised hearings on the escalating Water­ gate scandal. Former White House legal counsel John Dean testified that President Richard Nixon had been aware of the cover-up of the Watergate break-in.




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Hope For Haiti Benefit Auction Planned At Hertzog Homestead

Shopping News Photo by Donald Reese Volunteers are busy getting ready for the Annual Hope For Haiti Benefit Auction on Saturday, May 19 beginning at 9:00 a.m. The event is held at 470 West Metzler Road in Ephrata at the Hertzog Homestead. There is a live auction, food, children’s activities, quilts and more. All proceeds go toward Haitian education and business training. Shown with a sampling of items are, from left to right, Kristen Hertzog, Paul Anselmo, Nelson Martin, Carolyn Hess and Diana Anselmo.

Annual Hinkletown Mennonite Servathon Benefits Local Community

“[The work we do] makes a difference and I see it when I come with my family,” said Kate Burkholder, sixth grade student. “I’m glad to be able to help.” The Servathon is an annual HMS event, held in May, with each class from pre-K through high school participating in a service project within the community. Over 200 students along with teachers and parent volunteers went to seven local organizations to assist with tasks such as cleaning, gardening, mulching and planting, warehousing and relief kit packing, and reading and

singing with residents at the local retirement communities. Dawn Landes, HMS administrator and principal, conveyed the importance of Christian service to the HMS community: “Gratitude for the gifts God has given us in our community neighbors helps us grow a heart and desire to serve and bless them in whatever ways we can.” Woodcrest Retreat, located in Ephrata and ten minutes from HMS, was a natural fit for handson service. “Our students spend a lot of time at Woodcrest Retreat

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On Wednesday, May 23 the Historical Society of the Cocalico Valley will sponsor “Maria Margaretha Kinzer of New Holland,” a presentation by Lou Ann Miller. The speaker will portray Maria Margaretha (Kretscher) Kinzer, who stepped off the ship “Saint Andrew Galley” at the Port of Philadelphia with her husband and two young children in 1737. Conditions crossing the Atlantic were perilous and life in the new world would be hard. But like many of the early pioneers,

the Kinzers, who settled in Lancaster County in the area of today’s New Holland, not only survived but thrived. Dressed in the period clothing of Germanspeaking settlers, Ms. Miller will become Maria Margaretha, showcasing life in the late 1730s. Sometimes referred to as a Palatinate, but actually from Alsace, the young mother brought her culture and religion with her, and important daily aspects of these will be explored. While portraying her character for the annual New Holland Historical Society Cemetery Tour, Ms. Miller became fascinated by her story. As it turns out, Maria Margaretha is


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HMS Servathon also has projects with REAL Life Community Center, Fairmount Homes, Garden Spot Village, Landis Homes, Greenview Bible Camp, TelHai Camp and Mennonite Central Committee’s Mater­ ial Resource Center. It assists with underwriting the operational needs of the school through a letterwriting campaign completed

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HMS students and others who come and assist in many ways. Because of their service, the Woodcrest facility is prepared to receive the thousands of guests who will come this summer.”

in the weeks before the service projects Hinkletown Mennonite School is located at 272 Wanner Road, Ephrata, and serves over 200 students in pre-kindergarten through high school. The 2017-18 school year was the inaugural year for HMS’s high school Venture Program, a nontraditional, flexible and personalized option for grades 9 to 12 blending


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Everybody’s Marketplace Cocalico Class Of 2021 Selects Officers

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Shopping News Photo by Donald Reese The Cocalico High School Class of 2021 has selected its officers for next year. Shown in the photo, from left to right, are Michael Butz (treasurer), Quin Rosado (secretary) and Naleah Sauder (president).

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FOR SALE: Many Dachs-­ hund puppies, pure bred, vet checked, S/W, ready 6/1, home raised, one male, black and tan, dappled, long haired, 2 female, chocolate, dappled, short haired. $600. FOR SALE: Tom Groth Gui-­ 717-626-2914. tar Studio Summer Les-­ sons. June, July, August, FOR SALE: Female Rottweiler $99, new customers only. puppy, ACA registered, ped-­ 717-625-0952. igree and health check, 13 weeks old, $650. 717-3369044.


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FOR SALE: German Shep-­ herd mix puppy, black with white on chest, loves chil-­ FOR SALE: Very beautiful/ dren. Male. $100. 717-989healthy 14 month old fe-­ 3617. male, registered, ragdoll cat. Must go to good home. $650. Serious inquiries only. Leave a message, 717925-4898.

FOR SALE: (10) Hahn selfpropelled lawn mowers, ready to mow, your choice, $75. They can be seen at 643 FOR SALE: ACA lab pups, Fivepointville Road, Five-­black males only, friendly dispositions, shots and pointville. wormed, family raised, 13 FOR SALE: Grasshopper weeks old, price reduced. 1412 Zero-turn mower with Bernville area. 610-488power bagger, 48” deck, 7971. 14HP, Kohler. Ready to mow. $950 OBO. 717-4459202.


FOR SALE: Asparagus is here at Burkholder’s Ever-Green Farm, 705 Franklin Street, Denver. 717-615-5444. Open 9am-6pm, Monday-Fri-­ day, Saturday, 9am-noon. Call for large orders.


Construction/ Mechanical?

See our special section on

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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.

Masons, Mason Tenders and Operators KLB Masonry is looking for experienced Masons, Mason Tenders and Operators.

Must have driver’s license, transportation and a clean record. Must have good work ethic and dependable. Work is mostly within an hour of Lancaster.

If interested, please fill out an application at

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

Call Josh at 717-475-1131.

No phone calls, please.


ROOFERS & REMODELERS FT With good benefits & health insurance reimbursement

Has the following opening:

Mill worker to mix and bag feed. This position requires the ability to lift 100 lb. bags and is a full time position with benefits that include paid holidays, vacation hours, health insurance, retirement plan and daily overtime hours.

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


HIC# PA105411

Apply at:

HIRING SERVERS 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.


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

Sensenig’s Feed Mill

115 S. Railroad Ave., New Holland, PA 17557


CounterTek Inc. Your Custom Countertop Company

Production Manufacturing Technicians

We are looking for good people with great attitudes and work ethic.

CounterTek manufactures custom countertops for the kitchen and bath industry. There is a pre-employment drug screening required. We are looking for experienced team members; however, we will train the right candidate.

Positions available for

to work with our School-Age students. Must be 18 years or older & have documented experience.



SUMMER POSITIONS Teachers/Caregivers


Contact Sue at (717) 859-2032 ext. 223 Applications accepted through Friday, May 18, 2018 Located on Rt. 272 & Fulton Streets, Akron

Akron Grace E.C. Church


CounterTek offers a great starting wage $12.00 to $15.00 per hour depending on experience and productivity. We also offer 100% paid employee health insurance, paid vacation, holidays and a matching 4% 401K plan. We are a fast-growing company that is looking for people that want to grow with us. We are located at



1215 Ridge Avenue, Ephrata, PA 17522





CounterTek is a team-oriented company with many things to offer.


Please come in and fill out an application.

717-738-0380 x399

We look forward to meeting & talking with you. EOE

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FOR SALE: 2013 Jay Feather Ultra Lite X19H Travel Trailer. Sleeps 6-8. FOR SALE: Cabin in Mifflin Full kitchen & bath. Nearly County, furnished, nice, new, 6K miles. $9,500. $69,000. For more infor-­ 717-553-5792. mation, call 717-656-7150, leave message.

FOR SALE: House, 410 W. Sunset Ave., Ephrata. 2BR, 2 bath, new roof, new furnace, new AC, close to park, pool. 717-475-4305. FOR RENT: 3 unit in Penn Twp. Manheim address, $19,000 net income. Ask-­ ing $219,900 neg. Make of-­ fer. 717-898-3883 D Yoder/ T&C Realty, 717-299-4885 x305.

Sporting Goods FOR SALE: Smith & Wesson, model 629-1, 44 mag., SS, 83/8 barrel, $950. Ruger AR556 with case and ammo., extra clips, new in box, $1000. Call 717-368-5364.

RV’s & Campers FOR SALE: 2001 Sunline RV 25’, good condition, Hensley Hitch, accessories included. $6,500. Call 717626-2715.

Seasonal FOR SALE: Quality Child’s Pool, 6’x4.5’x12”, with matching sliding board, $30. Call 717-738-1016.



Garage Sale

Real Estate


NOTICE: Multi-Family Yard Sale, May 19, 7am-? Gently used clothes, home decor, 31 items, men’s items, Xbox games, helmets, fish tank, small furniture pieces, dou-­ ble bed frame. 705 Millway Rd., Lititz.



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

Luther Acres Offering

Sign-On Bonus for LPNs!

Antiques, Glassware, Tinware, Housewares, Wooden Things, Old Comforters, Furniture, Flowers and Succulent Planters. Also baked goods & chicken BBQ!

NOTICE: Yard Sale, 5/18, 5/19, 7am-? Vintage toys, NOTICE: Garage Sale, 5/18- Gymboree, Baby Gap, Ralph kids clothing. 5/19, 6-1. Crafts, vintage Lauren quilts, International souve-­ Households, adult clothing, nirs, unique nativities, shoes, purses, Dept. 56 books, housewares. 14 Christmas Village. 405 N. Westview Drive, Akron. Elm St., Lititz.


To assist in our rental department with the following qualifications:

• Professional Customer Service Demeanor • Mechanical Aptitude • RV Knowledge a Plus


to discuss opportunities.

Competitive wages/benefits.

Excellent salary, shift differentials, paid breaks, vacation/sick time, free access to Wellness Center, health/dental insurance and more!

• Call Pat at 717-799-2591 for more information and to register • Deadline to register is June 2, 2018

North Conestoga View Drive, Akron.

Select positions eligible, details on website

Text TEAM to

11 South Muddy Creek Rd., Denver • No charge to set up your stand

NOTICE: Multi-Family Yard NOTICE: Yard Sale, 5/19, 7Sales, 5/18, 7am-? and 5/ ? 2 pole jacks, one 32’ pole, 19, 7am-? New Thirty-One Rex-Rocket express wagon, items, vintage dishware, wash bowl/faucets, lights, home decor, Creative Mem-­ kitchen, bathroom, puzzles, ories, fabric (some from books, wallpaper, HH, sher-­ Nicaragua), loveseats, wooden end tables, uphol-­ bets, antique canning jars/ stered recliner, child’s pup-­ glass lids, clothing s-12, s-6-1/2M, breast pet stand, perennials, shoes, S-8/9. Chimney books, clothing, house-­forms, wares, baby/children’s sweep. 48 North Church clothes, cape dresses, gar-­ Street, Ephrata. Rain date, lands. Subs, baked goods. 5/26. 101 and 131 Esbenshade Drive, Lititz. NOTICE: Yard Sale, 5/19, 72. Scrapbook items, Chris-­ NOTICE: Neighborhood Yard tian books, DVDs, games, Sale, Fri., 5/18-5pm, Sat., blender, lots more. 322, 5/19-7am. Food, furniture, Hinkletown, across from jewelry supplies, household, E-scooter, womens clothing. ENB.


Additional Openings CNAs • All 3 Shifts Groundskeeper • 7am-3pm M-F


Muddy Creek Lutheran Church Grove

New Holland, PA 17557 • (717) 354-7755

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

Rain Date June 16

FRI., SAT., & MON. MAY 25, 26 & 28 Mary’s Gift Shop • 737 N. Railroad Avenue,

NOTICE: Multi-Family Yard Sale, Saturday, 5/19, 7am2pm. Housewares, chil-­ dren’s clothes thru large women’s clothes, tools, baked goods and much more. 344 South 7th Street, Akron, across from Piero’s.

NOTICE: Multi-Family Gar-­ age Sale, Friday, 5/18, 4NOTICE: Susan Lambert Pi-­ 8pm, Saturday, 5/19, 7amano Teacher, lessons for all noon. Rain date is 5/25, 4ages. 11 Brookfield Drive, 8pm, Saturday, 5/26, 7amEphrata, PA. 717-371- noon. Huge selection of 4742. adult, girls, boys, teen clothing, all seasons, hung NOTICE: We accept brush, up on racks. Household, trimmings, grass clippings, toys, decor, antiques, shoes trees and stumps for a small and much more. 99 and 75 fee. Call Martin Mulch for Valerie Avenue, Ephrata. information. 717-733- Community Yard Sale also. 1602. NOTICE: Yard Sale, Satur-­ day, May 19, 7-1. Kitchen, NOTICE: Custom built re-­ household, toys, books, placement windows and girl’s clothing, small furni-­ doors. Professional installa-­ ture, silverplate, seashells, tion. Call Ronafa Window & Simplicity zero turn riding Door, 717-733-7534, or visit mower with twin bagger. our showroom at 400 W. Benefits orphans. Steady Main St, Ephrata in the Eph-­ rain, reschedules. 415 rata Business Center. Thank South 9th Street, Akron. You! NOTICE: Huge 4 Family Garage Sale, May, 18, 19. Glassware, baby items, girls clothing size 12 and up, women and mens clothing, futon bunk beds, cedar chest, many more items. 226 Boulder Hill Rd., Mohn-­ ton.

June 9, 2018


NOTICE: Barn Sale, Friday, 5/18 and Saturday, 5/19. Cape dresses, lawn chairs, folding chairs, living room chairs, puzzles, rebounder, household items, small desk, much more. 680 N. Railroad Ave., New Holland.


All Company Benefits Including:

EOE/Drug & Tobacco Free Workplace/

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NOTICE: Benefit Yard Sale, May 18/19, 7am. New Life Fellowship Church, 420 E. Fulton St., Ephrata, PA 17522. NOTICE: Garage Sale, Fri-­ day/Saturday, 5/25, 5/26, 7am. Household items, ex-­ ercise equip., cat supplies, tools. 17 Beech Court, Eph-­ rata, Autumn Hills. NOTICE: Large Multi-Fami-­ ly Yard Sale, May 18-19, 7am-? Lots of children’s clothing, toys, games, home decor, glass dishes, stroller/car seat combo, much more. 209 Mountain Top Road, Reinholds. NOTICE: Multi-Family Yard Sale, Saturday, May 26, 7am-? Clothing, all sizes, HH goods, kid’s bike, toys, books, hiking equipment, beach chairs, DVDs and much more. 23, 27, 42, 50 Wolf Road, Akron. Food available at 50 Wolf.


• Medical Insurance • Vacation • Holidays • Life Insurance • 401K

Apply In Person

400 St. Luke Dr., Lititz, PA 17543

NOTICE: Lititz Neighbor-­ hood Garage Sale, some on Friday, 25th and more on Saturday, 26th, 8-? Coven-­ try, Pepperton, Moorland, Dorchester, Saybrook. 20+ Families.

NOTICE: Garage Sale, May 18-19. Pampered Chef ket-­ tles, Tupperware, wooden clothes hamper, rhythm clock, Makita cordless set, clothing, raspberry plants, much more. 145 Country Dr., Denver. Behind Weaver’s store, Fivepointville.


E.O.E. M/F Drug Screening Required Residential Living . Personal Care . Memory Support . Healthcare

NOTICE: Large Indoor and Outdoor Yard Sale, Satur-­ day, 5/26, 8am-1pm. Boy’s clothing, 7 and under, baby items, toys. 115 North 9th Street, Akron.

717-464-2006 or

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Yard Sale

Surplus Office Equipment Sale


YARD SALE Fri., May 25 Sat., May 26 Mon., May 28 7am to dark each day

Friday, May 18

Positively no early birds. Inventory reduction. Lots of free books. Hundreds of $1.00 books. Fresh inventory added daily. Many topics from Christian reading to whatever. Brand new to out of print and hard to find.


9:00 am - 2:00 pm Office Chairs, Desks, Cubicles, Dividers, Toshiba Copier E-Studio 355 (with extra toner cartridge) Lester R. Summers Inc.

1007 Sensenig Rd., Ephrata 717-445-5574


Saturday, May 26

Enter thru front office door. Cash and Carry.


940 Schoeneck Road,

Ephrata Proceeds Benefit Dogs & (717) 733-4544 The Dog Rescue Drinks (484) 332-4975 For Sale Salable Donations Gift Certificates available Accepted by 5/25 for Grooming & Boarding!

40 Garden Spot Road Ephrata, PA 17522

NOTICE: Yard Sale, Fri., 5/ 18, 8-2, Sat., 5/19, 7-2. Crib, twin bed frame, chang-­ ing table, H.H., puzzles, s.s. roaster, misc. Fivepointville, behind Weaver’s Store. NOTICE: 17 Families, May 18/19, 7am. Kids-adults clothing, toys, books, vin-­ tage, plants, tools. 14, 18, 23, 153 Pleasant Valley Rd., Ephrata. NOTICE: Yard Sale, May 19, 7am to ? Hunting, fishing supplies, antiques, house-­ hold goods, misc. items. 425 S. 9th St., Akron. NOTICE: Yard Sale, May 1819. Toys, tools, PB glass, Coke, household, fishing and lots more. 1138 Main Street, Akron.

NOTICE: Huge Multi-Family NOTICE: Multiple Yard Garage Sale, Friday, Satur-­ Neighborhood day, 5/17-5/18. Children Sales, May 26, 7-1. Some-­ NOTICE: clothing, housewares, books, thing for everyone. Co-­ Yard Sale, 5/19. HH, beauty items, clothing, toys, NOTICE: Garage Sale, Sat-­ NOTICE: Huge Multi-Family NOTICE: Yard Sale, 5/19, decor, lots fabric, sleeping calico Self Store, 99 West books, crafters stamps, bag, kitchen items, glass-­ urday, May 19, 6:30am. & Neighborhood Garage 7am. Lots of things for ba-­ freebies, misc. 919 Walnut, ware, bedding and much Church Street, Denver. Christmas decorations, Sales, 5/19 at 6:30. Name Akron. books, clothes including la-­ brand baby, toddler, chil-­ bies, children, adults. Cole-­ more. House before Country NOTICE: Yard Sale, Satur-­ Houseware store, 535 Mus-­ man camping equipment. 23 dies plus size and more. 215 dren, adult clothes. Baby day, 5/19, 7am. Lots of NOTICE: Neighborhood Yard Landis Road, Ephrata, (off ser School Road, Leola. Lots shirts, M-L-XL, boy’s clothes, Sale, 5/19, 7-12pm. Many Philip Lane, Ephrata. swing, car seat, stroller, more sales at Country Bethany Road). Weather per-­ infant to 4T, cape dresses, goodies and treasures. 112 Houseware Store and Chick-­ Graco stroller, Fisher Price South Tenth Street, Akron. NOTICE: Neighborhood Yard scrapbooking, decor, cur-­mitting. tains, barstools, magazine en BBQ. Sale, Friday and Saturday, bouncer, car seat, books, May 18-19. Snoopy collect-­ rack, perennials. 128 Horse Taste of Home and Country NOTICE: Wildflower De-­ NOTICE: 3 Family Garage NOTICE: Garage Sale, 5/17, ibles, baby clothes, books, Happy Road, Newmanstown. Woman magazine, 85 Weid-­ velopment Yard Sale, Sat., Sale, 5/18-5/19. Homemade 12-5pm, 5/18, 7am-? 5/19, DVDs, toys, more. 900 Block mansville Road, Ephrata. quilts, bike, sweeper, books, Rain/shine. More sales in 5/19, 7-noon. Depression Dawn Ave., Ephrata. 1/2 price from 7am-1pm. NOTICE: Multi-Family shoes, clothes, old glassware, area. Magnavox recorder, Sylvania ware, glassware, Christ-­ NOTICE: Huge Multi-Family Yard Sale, Saturday, May player, tapes, assorted HH, puzzles, books, Barbies and Yard/Basement Sale, Fri-­ 19, 7-12. Great parking. ladies 14-18, girl’s 5-7, toys, lots more. 1301 Diamond NOTICE: Community Yard mas items, XL canvas dog Station Road, Ephrata. Sales, May 25-26, 7am- crate, sheet music, quilt day, May 18, 7am-5pm, Sat-­ 3pm. Valley View, Ephrata, rack, decor home pieces, urday, May 19, 7am-2pm. Cheap Stuff. Queen oak puzzles, Tupperware, Prin-­ Garage Sale, 5/19. Sunflower Drive. Call for Rain or Shine. Books, cloth-­ bedroom suite. Metal/ cess House, Pampered Chef, NOTICE: books, HH, lots more. 322 ing, shoes, household, toys, glass patio set. Breast coffeemaker, scales, wall Lots of like new boys (size 10- more information, 717W., turn right on Larkspur. canning supplies, decor, hangings, mirrors. 499 Or-­ 14), and girls (size 6-12) 733-4799. furniture, home vintage, play kitchen, and pump and other baby chard Road, Reinholds, fol-­ clothes, goods, etc. Stop by to find lots more. 1041 Lancaster equipment. Garden trailer. low signs Route 897 at Geh-­ your treasure. 159 3rd St., Ave., Terre Hill. Akron. Girl’s clothes thru new-­ man’s Mennonite School.

born-3T. Lego sets. Much more. 637 East Division Hwy., Lititz. (Close to Es-­ benshade’s Greenhouse, Brickerville area, along Rt. 322).

NOTICE: Yard Sale, 5/19, 6am-6pm (or later). Clothing, furniture, oth-­ er items. Something for everyone, possibly re-­ freshments. 37 Dawn Ave., Akron.

HELP WANTED Framers and Roofers

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


Full Time Benefits Included.

Now Accepting Applications For

All Positions

>> Apply Online - Hiring Code 101

WASH BAY CREW Elite Coach has a variety of Full-Time and Part-Time opportunities including:

Shift Leaders - $12.00-$14.00/hr. depending on

experience. (Must be able to drive and park busses)

Full Time or Part Time Worker and or Driver Service Milking Equipment And Install Pipelines

E & S Pulsator Vacuum LLC New Holland, PA

Exterior Cleaners - $12.00/hr. (Must be able to drive and park busses) Interior Cleaners - $11.00/hr. Candidates must be able to work the evening/night shift, SundayThursday. Preference given to candidates that can work weekends when needed. Criminal Background and Drug Test Mandatory.

All Seasons Kitchen, located in Mohnton, PA, a manufacturer of delicious deli salads, dips/spreads and other ready-to-eat food products, is hiring food manufacturing team members to produce the All Seasons Kitchen portfolio of products. Food Production Worker Responsibilities: • Cleaning and preparing ingredients to produce finished product • Mixing the ingredients necessary to produce finished product • Filling and packaging all products • Assembling and Staging customer orders to be shipped • Cleaning the manufacturing area, equipment and machines after production Food Production Worker Requirements: • Must be able to follow a recipe and instructions • Must be able to work on your feet for extended periods of time • Be able to work in a fast-paced environment • Be able to lift up to 50 lbs. • Must be punctual and reliable • Commercial Kitchen experience preferred, but not required, will train on site. Apply in person or call for an interview.

All Seasons Kitchen 1451 Reading Road, Mohnton, PA 19540 (717) 445-4521

Ephrata Manor A progressive, team-oriented, 120 bed Skilled Nursing, & 48 room Personal Care facility is seeking a

PRN Housekeeping Assistant/ Laundry Assistant This is a PRN position working as needed in a two week pay period. Scheduled Shifts could include 6:30 AM to 2:30 PM, 7:00 AM to 3:00 PM, and 11:00 AM to 7:00 PM, Weekdays and Weekends, as needed. Excellent wages and benefits, including retirement plan.

Applications taken at:

Please mail, fax or email resume and letter of interest by May 31, 2018 to:

1685 West Main St., Ephrata, PA 17522 Questions? Call (717) 721-5166

Neal Reichard Director of Environmental Services 99 Bethany Road, Ephrata, PA 17522 Phone: (717) 738-4940 • Fax: (717) 738-7478 EEOE


Food Production Worker Commercial Kitchen

United Church of Christ Homes

The Cocalico School District is accepting applications for the following 2018-2019 position:

Classroom Paraprofessionals Part-time, hourly


RETAIL HELP Evenings & Saturday


Special Education Paraprofessionals


*Highly qualified status required (Associate’s Degree, 48 post-secondary credits or Credential of Competency for Paraprofessionals)


Part-time, hourly

Visit the employment page of our website to obtain a support staff application OR

apply in person or mail to

Must be able to lift 50 lbs. Fast paced environment.

DELIVERY POSITION (VAN) Must be able to lift 50 lbs. On call three days per week.

Qualified candidates can send resumes to:

Cocalico School District

Attention: Human Resources 800 South Fourth Street, P.O. Box 800 Denver, PA 17517 Deadline for applications is May 25, 2018 The Cocalico School District is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Weaver Nut Co. is a DRUG FREE WORKPLACE. Mandatory pre-employment drug screens.

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WHO’S HIRING in Looking for a fully experienced


Construction/ Mechanical

to manage multiple roofing crews and perform service work. Year round full time position. Excellent pay and benefits. Apply in person to:

George J. Grove & Son, Inc. 1219 Manheim Pike Lancaster, PA 17601

Getting ready to graduate?

Immediate opening in the Lititz area !!

MAINTENANCE MECHANIC Floating Shift (2nd & 3rd)

Apply in person or call

We are looking for the ‘right’ person to complete our maintenance team. Experience with computer-integrated baking and packaging equipment, excellent mechanical aptitude, and general industrial maintenance in mechanical and electrical troubleshooting is preferred. Hayssen experience a plus. Must be an independent worker and available to work flexible hours in a hot environment. Lifting requirement of 100 lbs. and heights of 30 feet. Salary commensurate with skill level Benefit package includes Medical, Dental, Vision and 401k plan Must apply online at:

(717) 336-8115

Utz Quality Foods is an Equal Opportunity Employer/ Minorities/ Females/ Disability/ Protected Veteran

Looking for a career choice right out of high school? Do you want to work outside? Good pay, vacation, paid holidays, medical, dental & vision insurance.

Steffy Concrete Inc.

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


WE’RE HIRING! Come to our Job Fair - Interviews Guaranteed! When: May 24, June 5, and June 12, 2018 - 10am to 2pm

Where: PA Careerlink Lebanon County - 243 Schneider Drive, Lebanon, PA 17046 Terre Hill Concrete Products is currently seeking EXPERIENCED and ENTRY-LEVEL general laborers for our precast production plant in Lebanon, PA. A general knowledge of basic construction practices and the ability to use hand and power tools are essential. Previous concrete and/or construction experience is a plus, but not mandatory. Must have reliable transportation and be able to work overtime. Pre-employment physical and drug screening is required. These positions are full-time and hourly. Hours of work vary with production demands. Our full-time jobs offer a benefits package that includes: Competitive Pay • Medical & Dental Insurance 401(k) with employer match • Holiday/Vacation Plan and more. For additional information regarding our open positions, please contact Michelle Custer, Director of Human Resources at (717) 445-3100 or






Full-time positions available.

Ideal candidates will have a general knowledge of basic construction principles, precast concrete production, heavy manufacturing, etc.

Ideal candidates will have a strong background in precast concrete production, general construction, heavy manufacturing, etc.

Apply in-person at:

485 Weaverland Valley Road (Rt. 897), East Earl MUST BE 18 OR OLDER TO APPLY

Our full-time positions offer competitive wages, full health & dental benefits, paid vacation & holidays and more! An equal-opportunity employer | Committed to a drug-free work environment |

Apply in-person at:

42 South Butler Road, Lebanon, PA 17042

Say You Saw It In “The Shopping News” - Wednesday, May 16, 2018 - 9C

Highland Elementary Heroes Earn Recognition

NOTICE: Huge Yard Sale, 5/25-5/26, 7am-? Lots of tools, fishing equipment, women’s 2X clothes, ca-­ pris, shorts, tops, jeans, many more items. Bow-­ mansville Sandstone Vil-­ lage, numbers 139 and 148.

Announcements NOTICE: Ephrata Youth Cheerleading registration is currently open. Please visit or call 717-475-3656.

NOTICE: Garage Sale, Fri-­ day, 5/18. Children’s clothes, husky pants, men’s shirts, magazines, house-­ wares, more. Fivepointville, behind Weaver’s Store, 58 Oatfield, 984 Glenview.

NOTICE: Garage Sale, 5/ 18, 1-6pm, 5/19, 7am-1pm. Many items added: 6KW generator, pressure wash-­ er, chain saw, old window sashes, steel Jack Posts, skylight, furniture, house-­ hold, holiday decorations, fabric/craft supplies, much more. Final Estate Sale. Everything must go. 575 South Cocalico Road. Bridge is out. Access open from the South. NOTICE: Three Family Yard Sale, May 18-19, 7am. Dog crate, Honda lawn mower, men’s bicycle, double sink w/faucet, food vacuum sealer, electric french fryer, ice tea maker, Christmas decorations, jumper cables, ceramic tiles, clothes, red hats, punch bowl, garden items, plants, more. 46 Valerie Ave., Ephrata, off Martin Ave. NOTICE: Large Multi-Family Yard Sale, 5/18, 5/19, 7am. Girl’s newborn thru size 7, boy’s newborn thru size 7. Toys, decor, households and much more. 102 Schoeneck Road, Ephrata.

NOTICE: Bus Trip, Elvis Graceland, Beal Street, Sun Studio, Rock-n-Roll Mu-­ seum, more. $735 including lodging, admissions and some meals. October 6-14. Must sign up by June. 717383-3587.

Help Offered

Shopping News Photo by Donald Reese Several Highland Elementary School students were honored as Highland Heroes, which is part of the Mountaineer 100 Club. Students recognized included: (kindergarten) Amelia Newswanger, Reid Magee, Eliza Reedy, Leo Bailey, Isaiah Crabbe; (first grade) Savannah Martin, Kelsey Steckler, Brileigh Avans, Jubilee Mertz, Daisy Musser; (second grade) Samuel Ya, Dillon Mahon, Cooper Simes, Tre Beres; (third grade) Micah Elligson, Sam Buckwalter, Madelyn Keiser, Anna Weidman; (fourth grade) Isabel Musser, Erik Guzman-Moreno, Hailie Mellinger and Graham Mendenhall. NOTICE: Multi-Family Gar-­ age Sale, May 18/19. Adult clothing, girls up to 4T, boys 0-6m, housewares, book case, table lamps, end tables, games, toys, books, craft supplies, wheel chair, walk-­ er, shower chair, cookbooks, LP records, lots more. 85 Oatfield Dr., Denver, Coun-­ try Mills Development, Five-­ pointville. NOTICE: Multi-Family Yard Sale, Thurs., 5/17, Fri., 5/ 18, 7am. 1X women clothing, lawn chairs, household, baby pool, lots more. 510 W. Trout Run Rd., Ephrata.

NOTICE: Community Yard NOTICE: Moving Sale, Sat-­ Sale, May 19, 8am-2pm. urday, May 19, 7-3. Every-­ Hurst Dr., Ephrata, between thing must go. 126 West Steinmetz Rd. & Parkview Heights. Orange Street, Lititz.

Entry Level - Optometrist Office Ephrata Family EyeCare, LLP is looking for a mature

multi-task, friendly individual with strong math and social skills to join our team. If you are looking to get back into the work force or looking for a change and are willing to learn the skills necessary to become a valuable part of our practice which has a family atmosphere, working 3 or 4 day work week with no weekends, we would like to talk to you.

Please send resume with cover letter to:

Ephrata Family EyeCare, LLP 101 E. Main St., PO Box 699 Ephrata, PA 17552

Class A Driver

Full Time or Part Time Opportuni�es Job description This posi�on is for either transporta�on of our live products or eggs to and from our facility in Ephrata, Pennsylvania What are your main tasks and responsibilities? • Ship birds throughout the United States and Canada • Local Egg Pickups from company farms • Repor�ng problems with vehicles to management • Properly fill out and maintain driving logs Your profile • A�en�on to temperatures and condi�ons in trailer to maintain comfort of the load • Safe driving record • Responsible for maintaining accurate DOT logs using our electronic log system This job is located in Ephrata, Pennsylvania, United States If you have ques�ons about this recruitment please contact Stephanie Sco� at 410-603-4657 or by email: Stephanie.Sco�@hendrix-gene�

621 Stevens Road, Ephrata, PA 17522

NOTICE: Multi-Family Gar-­ age Sale, Friday/Saturday, May 18-19, 7-? Rain or shine. In development behind Weaver’s Store, Fivepointville (109 Country Drive, Denver.) More sales in area.

Send letter of interest & experience to:

Ephrata Recreation Center 130 S. Academy Drive Ephrata, PA 17522

Professional Floor Covering Mechanic Needed Sheet vinyl, LVT and LVP Sub contractor or employee

Our sub contractors receive the highest pay compared to all local flooring stores Employee would receive full benefits, hospitalization, vacation, retirement plan

HELP OFFERED: Experi-­ enced electrician and han-­ dyman services, licensed and insured. Free esti-­ mates. Call Jim, 717-5752147.



629 Stricklerstown Road, Newmanstown


Park Maintenance Laborer

Part-time seasonal position (March-November). Responsible for park maintenance, mowing, snow removal, trash pickup, etc.

HELP OFFERED: Small fur-­ niture and chair repair. Call Rick at R&R Woodworking. 717-406-6626.


NOTICE: Huge Yard Sale, May 19th, 7am. Exercise bike, air compressor, household items, sewing machine, decorations, books, clothing, etc. 619 Owl Hill Rd., Lititz.

Looking for someone to help with new construction & remodeling. PA 019173

NOTICE: Garage Sale, 5/19, 6:30-? Name brand girl’s clothing 14-16, junior’s XS to medium, men’s teenage clothing small-large and women’s, corner cabinet and other misc. items. 232 Jen-­ nifer Lane, Ephrata.

NOTICE: Vendor Show, May 18th, 9-2, at Blue Ball Fire Company, 4305 Division Hwy., Blue Ball.

Willing to train/or experienced plumber Need self-motivated individual (team player) Benefits, Paid Holidays & Vacation Days • FT or Part-Time

DIESEL MECHANIC/ TECHNICIAN Professional work environment. Variety & flexibility. Benefits package, $1,500 tool sign-on bonus after 1 year. Responsibilities include general maintenance, HVAC, electrical, some engine and transmission work 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. For more information, visit Please send resume to:

Call Today - Adair’s Brunnerville Flooring Mike Adair 717-989-1279

Adair’s Flooring Inc.

1230 Brunnerville Rd., Lititz, PA 17543 717-626-4602


Exp. Class A Drivers

1685 West Main St., Ephrata, PA 17522 • 717-733-7710

New Jobs!

Every High Company was formed by committed team members who take pride in their contributions. As we grow, new opportunities arise. Consider these positions offering strong compensation plans:

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

Trailer Technician (Fleet & Heavy Equipment)

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

(Property Appearance, Upkeep, High Associates LTD)

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

(Class 7, Brakes, R12 and R134A Certs., High Transit LLC)

Grounds Maintenance (Year-Round)

Lifeguards (Private Community Pool)

(Certified Lifeguards for Greenfield Estates, High Associates LTD)

Escort Driver (Part-Time Schedule)

(DOT Physical, Good Driving Record, High Transit LLC)

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

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HELP OFFERED: Fed up HELP OFFERED: Painting interior, exterior, 30 years with your Doctor’s ap-­experience, old and new pointments? We can help. houses, Churchtown. 717445-7749. Call today, 717-330-3334.

HELP OFFERED: Lawn Mower servicing, mower deck rebuilds. Denver, PA. Contact Joe for more in-­ formation. 717-226-4328.

OFFERED: Short HELP OFFERED: Hartings HELP Park Remodeling. Cabinet-­ haul, long haul, 15 passen-­ ry work, shelving, decks, ger van, car or pick-up fencing, painting, plumb-­ truck. Have enclosed trail-­ ing, bath, laminate floors. er. Stevens area. 717-629PA115532. Bryan, 717-682- 0753. 6552. HELP OFFERED: Tutor-Re-­ HELP OFFERED: Roof re-­ tired Teacher will tutor ele-­ pair/new roofs, siding, sof-­ mentary reading or math. fit and fascia work. Also, ex-­ Call 717-336-1632. terior home improvement. Haul debris as well. Call HELP OFFERED: Caregiv-­ Phill for fast fee estimates. ing, companion, transport to doctor visit, groceries, 717-696-5052. daily hygiene, in-home haircuts, nursing back-­ HELP OFFERED: Experi-­ ground. 717-327-3994. enced, insured, residential christian electrician with small business looking for HELP OFFERED: Seam-­ additional work during less spouting, siding, roof-­ slow season. Little jobs or ing, and windows. Why rewire, new or old, panel not cover those exterior upgrades or adding re-­ trims with aluminum or cessed lights or fan. Keith, vinyl? Call Levi for free es-­ 717-816-4582, GKM timate. 717-201-4366, Electric. PA#008058 PAHIC# 132203.

Childcare HELP OFFERED: Sun-­ shine Preschool, Trinity Lutheran Church, Gou-­ glersville, 9am-3pm, Monday-Friday. $430/ month. Degreed teach-­ ers w/25+ years experi-­ ence. Accredited learn-­ ing programs, social-­ ization, music, lunch and learn, field trips. Full summer program available 9am-4pm, ages 3-10. Extended care available, 7am5pm. Bring ad for $10 discount.


We are a recently formed residential construction company looking for someone who takes pride in his work and likes variety. Can be experienced or entry-level with a desire to learn. Competitive pay depending on experience, $14-$18 per hr. + overtime. Paid vacation and holidays.

Cleaning Services HELP OFFERED: HELP OFFERED: Deb’s Dog Schmuck’s Painting and Grooming, worked for Dean Powerwashing. Free esti-­ and Lisa Martin at kennel mates. Reasonable rates. 16 years. For appointment 717-625-1102. call, 717-917-1851.

Grow into a career with us! If interested, call

Chris at 717-663-8104

Rocky Ridge Auto is looking for a Title Clerk/Admin. Assistant.

is accepting applications for

Seasonal & FT Greenhouse/Nursery Help Help wanted for work including transplanting, watering, material handling, order fulfillment and retail clerks

Monday through Friday 8-12. Must have Notary License, be a hard worker, a team player and able to meet deadlines. Please send resume to:

EOE. Smoke-Free Environment.

Welsh Mountain Home, a Personal Care Home in New Holland, PA, is seeking:

an affiliate of Landis Communities

FT Night Shift Personal Care Aide 6 p.m. – 6 a.m. 3 days a week

FT Day Shift Personal Care Aide 6 a.m. – 6 p.m. 3 days a week

HELP OFFERED: I clean homes, apartments, weekly, bi-weekly, monthly, low rates, references, reliable. Call Tammy, 717-271-1220, 717-733-5124.

HELP OFFERED: Brian’s Lawn Mowing & Landscape, Clean up, weekly mowing. From Denver, PA. 717-4685086. HELP OFFERED: Exterior and Interior Home Im-­ provements, windows, sid-­ ing, roof repairs, decks. Concrete pads/walks. Re-­ moval of debris. Mobil home repairs. Competitive prices. Call Jim, 717-3050385. HELP OFFERED: Custom Garden Tilling. Old/new, small/big. Reasonable rates to get your garden going. Jason, 717-629-3244. HELP OFFERED: Expert home repairs, remodeling, al-­ terations, improvements. 40 years experience. Call Rick, 717-733-8331, PA008632.

Help Wanted HELP WANTED: Now hiring. Faithful Transport is looking for drivers to transport spe-­ cial needs students to and from school. No CDL re-­ quired, part-time hours. Be part of a team that is making a difference in the lives of students every day. Please call 717-286-1650 ext. 2 to apply. Retirees welcome. HELP WANTED: Union Bar-­ rel Works is hiring line cooks and servers. Apply in person. 717-335-7837. HELP WANTED: Now hiring part-time housekeeping. Ap-­ ply at Econo Lodge, competi-­ tive wages. We will train. Weekends a must. 2031 N. Reading Road, Denver.


Please apply in person, email or call at:

Frysville Farms • 300 Frysville Rd., Ephrata, PA 17522 (717) 354-4501 •

HELP OFFERED: A-Clean Hometown Services. Your full service cleaning com-­ pany. Homes and offices. Move-ins, move-outs. Regular service or emer-­ gency cleanings. Call 717336-4854.

Home & Lawn Care

Red Barn Consulting, Inc.

has openings in all areas of Land Development, Stormwater and NPDES permitting.


Full-Time Driver/Laborer Part-Time Driver

SEK Construction is currently seeking individuals to assist us with transportation and labor. Must have a valid Driver’s License. Full-time position available serving as a driver as well as working in residential transportation. Part-time driver needed to assist with local transportation for job sites and estimates.

Please call to apply: 717-875-3529

Contact WellSpan Ephrata Community Hospital

PT Personal Care Aide Various hours available.

Must have a High School Diploma, GED or CNA Certification.

Contact Melody Jacobs at 717-355-9522 ext. 102 or visit EOE

Diesel Shop Mechanic An opportunity to manage a first-class fleet of trucks

Job description This position is for either transportation of our live products or eggs to and from our facility in Ephrata, Pennsylvania What are your main tasks and responsibilities? • Maintain and service and/or repair fleet vehicles including tractors, trailers, company owned light and medium duty trucks • Maintain an inventory of parts for tractors and trailers • Maintain a clean and orderly shop • Possibly jockey trucks and trailers or make local trips with appropriate class A/B license Your profile • Diesel Mechanic certifications or relative work experience • Safe driving record • Detail oriented • Ability to troubleshoot problems with tractors and trailers This job is located in Ephrata, Pennsylvania, United States If you have questions about this recruitment, please contact Stephanie Scott at 410-603-4657 or by email:

FT/PT Food Service Workers WellSpan Ephrata Community Hospital has several opportunities in food and nutrition services. WellSpan Health offers excellent benefits including retirement savings, medical insurance and paid time off. If you have experience in food service and you are passionate about providing quality customer service, apply online at: Category: WellSpan Ephrata Community Hospital. EOE


FT - 1st and 2nd Shift PT - 2nd and 3rd Shift


FT - 2nd and 3rd Shift PT - 2nd and 3rd Shift

Activities Assistant - FT - 12:30-8pm Maintenance Technician - PT - Every Weekend Security Guard - PT - 2nd and 3rd Shift, EOW

Personal Care:

LPN - PT - 1st Shift CNA - PT - 1st and 2nd Shift

The Gardens at Stevens is seeking kind and motivated individuals to join our care team! We have immediate openings in the following departments:

FT Activities Assistant FT Cook • FT Maintenance Assistant If you are interested in joining a great team, apply in person or visit:

Please apply in person at:

The Gardens at Stevens 621 Stevens Road, Ephrata, PA 17522

Now Hiring!

400 Lancaster Avenue, Stevens, PA 17578 or online at:



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

Say You Saw It In “The Shopping News” - Wednesday, May 16, 2018 - 11C HELP WANTED: Drivers, HELP WANTED: A person haul US Mail for government contractor. Full time, casual to mow lawn near the Girl and extra board positions. Scout Campground. Call $19.73/hour + $5.06 H&W, Price at 717-824-9271. WANTED: Antiques, one 10 paid holidays, quality home time. CDL-A, 12 HELP WANTED: Experi-­piece to an entire estate. months experience required. enced waitress, counter estate jewelry, Apply online @ DriveSal-­ help. Apply at Giovanni’s Buying or call 844-244- Italian Restaurant, 188 E. gold/silver. All costume 5283. EOE/AA. including old Main Street, Reinholds. jewelry


HELP WANTED: Drivers, Class-A: Local Leola flatbed openings. Monday-Friday, delivery schedule. Home eve-­ ry weekend. .4825cpm, 21.90/stop, minimum $900/ week guaranteed. 1-year tractor/trailer/flatbed veri-­ fiable experience. Call now about joining The Best Driv-­ ers on the Road Drive CPC. 855-582-2548.


HELP WANTED: Pizza De-­ livery Driver needed. Fulltime, $500-$700 weekly. Part-time available also. Slice of Brooklyn, 808 E. Main St., New Holland. 717925-9241.

To Buy


Entry level position loading trash and recycle for residential customers. Position offers a competitive salary and a full benefits package. Please apply in person:

Eagle Disposal



WANTED: RC cars, any con-­ dition. 717-431-0626.

Infrastructure Rehab company has openings for: CDL A or B DRIVER w/Tanker Endorsement

We offer a competitive salary and an excellent benefit package including:

• Company Paid Short & Long Term Disability


FOR RENT: Storage Unit, 13 x 21, concrete floor, close to 222, 272 and Turnpike. Month to month lease. $75 per month. Please contact Dwight at 717-226-4081.

For Rent

age, 750 sqft, electric, 717-413WANTED: Costume jewelry, $100/month. vintage Christmas decora-­ 5540. tions, doll clothes, clothing button collections, post-­ cards, other small antiques. Stella 717-875-7884.

FOR RENT: 30x40 storage unit, Reamstown area, electric, $275. 717-6829696.


$18.50 - $22.00 Anchor Oldcastle in Manheim, PA.

FOR RENT: Twin Pine Storage Units, 24hr. ac-­ cess, $20.00 per month and up. 717-733-6549. Or stop in at 1932 W. Main, Ephrata. M-Th, 9am-5pm, F 9am-3:30pm, Sat., 10am12pm.

Apartments FOR RENT: 1BR, 2nd floor apartment, Ephrata Bor-­ ough, includes heat, trash, $555/month. 717-2055622.

DRIVER SCHEDULER & CHARTER BUS DISPATCHER Work in a fast paced professional travel industry environment scheduling drivers and managing logistics for custom tour bus trips. Elite Coach, is a growing, family owned, full-service charter bus company. Demonstrated success in simultaneously keeping track of details, organizing and prioritizing at a quick pace is essential. If you have been successful at multitasking, prioritizing, dealing with people, and have great communication skills, check us out at Applications taken at:

1685 West Main St., Ephrata

ID# 127211 or call 717-560-6730 ext. 43812

• Medical, Dental & Vision Insurance


WANTED: $50-$500 paid for junk autos. Free removal. Call anytime, licensed, in-­ sured, bonded. All paper-­ work taken care of legally. FOR RENT: Rental near Re-­ 717-989-6980. hoboth, 2BR, 1B Mobile Home. Visit Facebook Treas-­ WANTED: Vinyl records & ured-Memories-Getaway or 302-519-2361 for info.

Position requires some overnight stays

1245 Eagles Way, East Earl, PA 17519

WANTED: Need cash? I will buy your car or truck. Cash. Brooks Motor Company, 3242 Oregon Pike (Rt. 272) Leola, PA, 717-656-4038.

rings, vintage clothes, hats, furs, hankies, record albums, watches, CD’s. Uncle Funky’s 1-484-432- musical instruments: Pay-­ RENT: Storage, ing cash. Top dollar paid FOR 9770, 717-733-0003. high, 476 sq.ft. for your vinyl records- all 14x34x16’ with 12’w x 14’high over-­ WANTED: Chest Freezer, styles and genres, 33s, head door, campers, boats doesn’t have to work, approx. or storage warehouse. 4’ long. 448 Pleasant Valley 45s & 78s. Guitars, amps, $235. 717-738-1605. Rd. Denver, PA. clarinets, trumpets, any-­ thing music! We love it all. FOR RENT: Storage Unit Denver WANTED: Like new or Call or stop by today, Li-­ 13Wx37Lx11’8”H, area, ideal for campers/ slightly used digital hear-­ titz Music Company, 47 S. boats/motor homes, $150/ ing aids. Call 717-2036521. Broad Street in Lititz. 717- month. 717-336-6046. 6 2 7 - 4 9 2 9 . FOR RENT: 1501 W. Main St., storage, 2nd floor gar-­ WANTED: Highest cash paid

HELP WANTED: Natures Warehouse is looking for a warehouse manager in Lan-­ HELP WANTED: Full-time caster county. Your duties Auto Parts Counterperson, will include management of experience preferred. No day-to-day operations of the Sunday work. Clean driving warehouse, as well as ongo-­ record required, some ing development of a medi-­ diverse team. heavy lifting. Duties in-­ um-sized, clude counterwork, loading, Please call, 315-783-3852. for junk or good cars. Li-­ unloading trucks, local de-­ censed professional. 717HELP WANTED: Wollman liveries as needed. Apply in 278-9539. Home Improvement. Looking person, New Holland NAPA, for motivated deck builder/ 321 West Main St. carpenter, needs valid drivers HELP WANTED: House sit-­ license. Good pay. 717-808ter, just house sit, 2 cats no 5548. work necessary, Lititz/Man-­ HELP WANTED: PT person heim area. 717-569-2730. for warehouse on Saturdays WANTED: Classic cars, 11am-8pm, must be 18 or muscle cars, sports cars, HELP WANTED: Land-­older, $12/hour. Call Scott antique cars, Low mileage scape Irrigation and Con-­ at Denver Beer Distributer, trucks, etc. Jeff Gast 717struction Foreman Posi-­ 717-336-2277.

tion. Valid drivers license, HELP WANTED: Looking for and able to pull a 20 ft. person with dry cleaning for start up dry trailer, salary based upon knowledge cleaning business in estab-­ experience, benefits of-­lished laundromat. Call Scott, 717-738-3156. fered. 717-314-5323.

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

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.


• Co. Paid Life Insurance



• 401K Plan with a Company Match • Paid Holidays & Vacation Complete an application on our website or mail your resume to: ABEL RECON PO Box 476 Mountville, PA 17554

FT position includes Medical, Dental, Vision, Life, Disability, Discount card, Vacation options PT & FT include 401k w/Company Match Phone 717-285-3103 Fax 717-285-2321 EOE

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

Females, Minorities, Veterans and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

Wake Up & Look Forward to Your Day Want to learn a few new skills? Want to work on a team where your skills and attitude can truly make a difference? Join our Great Team of Craftsmen and assist us with

Building the Future and Preserving the Past! We are taking applications for the following positions:

Roofing • Stone Masonry • Timber Frame Restoration Check out our websites for samples of our work • No experience necessary, all you need to bring with you is a great attitude and a hunger for learning and we will do the training. Driver’s License is required. Benefits Include: 50-60 Hours Average (per week), Overtime Pay, Health Insurance Compensation, Profit Sharing, Holiday & Vacation Pay

Contact • 717-665-0580

Applications can be submitted on our website:

Cer�fied Nursing Assistant

• Full-time day shift with full benefits package. • 32 hr./week night shift with benefits. • 32 hr./week day shift with benefits. • 24 hr./week eve. shift with benefits. • Part-time every other weekend plus PRN.

LPN or Med Tech (Farm Crest PC)

• Part-time, every other weekend & PRN (16+ hrs./pay) day shift; must be med-tech certified, diabetic/ insulin trained, have CPR/First Aid/AED. Must be 18 years old or older, with diploma or GED. 333 Wheat Ridge Dr. Ephrata, PA 17522 717.354.1800 Fax:717.354.1844

SMORGASBORD Cooks Full Time, Part Time Buffet/Grill Part Time Bussing Part Time Saturday Only Positions Part Time Dutchette Grill Cook Part Time Gift Shop Stocker Full Time/Part Time Warehouse Runner Full Time

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

FARM MARKET Bakery Production 1st Shift, Full Time Donut Production 2nd Shift, Full Time Cake Decorator Part Time Bakery Retail Clerk Part Time Seafood Clerk Part Time Meat Dept. Clerk Part Time Deli Clerk Part Time Maple Leaf Café Server Part Time Cashier Day/Evening, Part Time Shady Maple offers excellent benefits: health/dental/vision, 401K/matching contribution, paid vacations, holidays, employee discounts.

Interested candidates may apply at:

Route 23, East Earl, PA 17519

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14C - Wednesday, May 16, 2018 - Say You Saw It In “The Shopping News”

SALES REGISTER WED., MAY 16 - 1:00 p.m. - Horst Auction Center, Ephrata. Antiques, collect­ ibles, household goods, tools. Horst Auctioneers. WED., MAY 16 - 4:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. - Public Online Auction. Store fixtures, tools, machine parts, furniture, new,

antique, used sewing machines. Preview Wednes­ day, May 16 from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. Sale closes Thursday, May 17 at 5:00 p.m. Martin Auctioneers, Inc. THURS., MAY 17 - 5:00 p.m. - Michael T. and Chris­ tine D. Good, 276 W. Maple

New Holland Property For Sale ––—–


Grove Road, Denver. Coun­ try Holland stone rancher, garage, utility building, 4/10 acre lot. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. THURS., MAY 17 - 6:00 p.m. - Anita Moneghan and Linda Liller, 449 Glen Mar Ave., New Holland. 3 bedroom custom rancher, 2 car garage, .40 acre lot, custom oak kitchen, 2 baths and 4 seasons room. Martin and Rutt Auctioneers. THURS., MAY 17 - 6:00 p.m. - Mark R. Gehr, 91 Spruce Street, Ephrata. Brick and aluminum sided ranch-style dwelling with 3 bedrooms and a full bath.

Art Pannebecker and Brad Wolf Auctioneers, Inc. THURS., MAY 17 - 6:00 p.m. - Nathan S. and Malin­ da Zimmerman, 1040 Read­ ing Road, Narvon. 2 story 4 bedroom house, 26’x38’ garage/horse barn, 7/10 acre +/-. Tim Weaver Auction Service LLC. FRI., MAY 18 - 1:00 p.m. - John E. and Carol J. Wanner, 599 Greenview Drive, Denver. Country 1-1/2 story 3 bedroom Cape Cod dwelling, 2 car garage, utility building. Kline, Kreider and Good Auction­ eers. FRI., MAY 18 - 4:00 p.m.

To be sold on or before May 31st 2018

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BARN / SHOP 40’ x 65’ •

MAIN SHOP 40’ x 60’ Built in 2012

• Variance in place for a business • Zoned Ag Earl Twp. ER OT H S ! ITEM

119 Spring Grove Rd., East Earl

• 16’ Landscape Trailer, 7000 GVW • 72” Woods 3pnt Rototiller • 80 gal. Ingersal Rand Air Compresser • Metal Cutting Bandsaw Hydmech DM-10 • Dumpster w/ Quick Attach


COMPLETELY REMODELED HOME! 3 BR, 2 full BA, large yard and detached garage all on 1/2 acre lot. Updated interior and electricity. Newer roof in 2014. Great location with easy access to major routes. $179,900 Directions: Rt. 23 E, Left on Spring Grove Rd. to property on the Left.

SINGLE FAMILY HOME located in Akron Borough, this home features 3 bedrooms, 2 full bathrooms, formal dining room, eat-in kitchen, 1st floor laundry and new windows throughout the home. $159,900

- Geraldine McCarty Estate and Mary Lou Wolfe, 305 Snake Lane, New Holland. 61 acres farm and woodland, cropland, woodland, ponds, stream. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. SAT., MAY 19 - 8:30 a.m. - Weaverland Valley Fire Department 47th Annual Consignment Auction at Terre Hill Community Park, 210 Lancaster Ave., Terre Hill. Flower, trees, lawn and garden equipment, furniture, tools, quilts, John Deere toy collection and more. Location Auctioneers. SAT., MAY 19 - 9:00 a.m. - Spring Bird and Small Animal Sale, Green Dragon, 955 N. State St., Ephrata. Fancy poultry, fancy pigeons, house bird, rabbits, peafowl, pheasants, chicks, goats and sheep, cages and supplies, and more. Dale Stauffer, Auctioneer. SAT., MAY 19 - 9:00 a.m. - Horst Auction Center, Ephrata. Catalogued Antique

JEC STORAGE SELF STORAGE Rt. 272 South, Behind Bright’s Restaurant


321 E. Main St., New Holland, PA 17557

Crist & Rachel Stoltzfus • 717-355-2008

(717) 354-6416 • (866) 940-7332

137 Meadow Creek Rd. • New Holland, PA 17557

CALL US TODAY! Ephrata • (717) 733-4777 Lancaster • (717) 569-8701

1433 West Main St., Ephrata, PA 17522 • 717-733-4158 See Website For Complete Listings

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PREMIUM EPHRATA LOCATION FOR THIS 4-UNIT COZY 4 BR, 2 BA CAPE COD - 2 car DENVER-REINHOLDS, 3 BR, BI-LEVEL CLASSIC 3 BR, 1 BA BRICK TOWNHOUSE SITUATED BUILDING - 1st floor was previously a 2,400 SF garage home in Stevens w/sunroom, spacious ON COUNTRY LOT - Backs to farmland, ON A QUIET SIDE STREET - Built-ins, window seat, doctor’s office, 3 apartments are on the 2nd flr. w/ LL family rm. & easy stroll to the elementary 1.5 BA, family room w/woodstove. retro style kit. w/breakfast bar, ample cabinet space. electric baseboard heat. $449,900 ML1000487340 school. $229,900 ML1000856920 $185,000 ML1000332250 Front & rear porch. $127,900 ML1000475294

3 BR House, 235 N. State St., Ephrata. $850, stove, refrig. NO SMKG. 3 BR Semi, 328 Washington Ave., Ephrata. $825, garage, stove, refrig. Pets welcome. NO SMKG. 2 BR Townhouse, 1008 Main St., Apt. D, Blue Ball. $760, sewer, trash, w/d, stove, refrig. NO SMKG. 2 BR Semi, 28 S. Charles St., Ephrata. $735, trash, stove, refrig. NO SMKG. 2 BR 3rd fl. Apt., 38C Lake St., Ephrata. $650, w/s, stove, refrig. NO SMKG. 1 BR 2nd fl. Apt., 141 N. State St., Apt #4, Ephrata. $545, trash, stove, refrig. NO SMKG. 0 BR 2nd fl. Efficiency, 327D Spring Glen Dr., Apt. #4, Ephrata. $545, w/s/t, stove, refrig. NO SMKG.

717-738-4663 | Rt 272 Old Mill Rd, Ephrata © 2018 BHH Affiliates, LLC. An independently owned and operated franchisee of BHH Affiliates, LLC. Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices and the Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices symbol are registered service marks of HomeServices of America, Inc.® Equal Housing Opportunity.





146 Park Avenue - Ephrata - Host: Wayne Eichfeld, $189,000 Dir: From

272 E. on Main St,L on Park Avenue.


1355 Lincoln Heights Ave - Ephrata - Host: Jeff Rutt, $209,900 Dir: 322W from Ephrata,L/Hummer Rd, first R/Lincoln Heights Ave,prop on R SH1000344314


Denver - EASTERN LANCASTER Ephrata - EPHRATA AREA Schls Ephrata - EPHRATA AREA Schls 3 BR, COUNTY Schls 3 BR, 2 Baths. Call Mark 3 BR, 1 Bath. Call Shawn Karns, 1 Bath. Call Brad Wolf, SH1000387236 Holland,turns into E. Main St,L (N) on N Whisper,R/ Will, SH1000306930 $129,900. SH1000472688 $129,900. $134,900.

620 Spring Hollow Dr - New Holland Host: Jo Bender, $389,900 Dir: 23E to New Spring Hollow,home on R. SH1000474960



Ephrata - Tasteful 4BR/2BA Cape Cod. Reinholds - COCALICO Schls 3 BR, Ephrata - CONESTOGA VALLEY Schls Lititz - WARWICK Schls 4 BR, 3.5 Baths. Lititz - Come visit this 3BR/2+BA lovely split- Ephrata - EPHRATA AREA Schls 4 BR, Frplc. Bsmt. Garage, well water. Call Timothy 2 Baths. Call Brad Wolf, SH1000167406 3 BR, 2.5 Baths. Call Craig Hartranft, Call Gary Schlectic, SH1000299190 level. Gas range, bsmt. Garage. Call Timothy 1 Bath. Call Gil Ochs, SH1000360780 Shreiner, SH1000123288 $189,900. SH1000454886 $189,900. Shreiner, SH1000266698 $199,900. $189,900. $194,900. $229,900.




Auction. Contemporary folk art, primitives, early China and glassware, folk art, pottery, toys, textiles, art­ work, clocks and instruments and period and antique country furniture. Horst Auctioneers. SAT., MAY 19 - 9:00 a.m. - 6th Annual Hope For Haiti Benefit Auction, Hertzog Homestead Farm, 470 W. Metzler Rd., Ephrata. Quilts, storage sheds, hunting blind, tools, lawn and garden, shrubbery, gift certificates, pork halves, groceries and baked goods. BeilerCampbell Auction Services. MON., MAY 21 - 5:00 p.m. - Jacob Kramer, 156 S. Grant St., Manheim. 2 story brick, 2 unit house (1st floor/2nd floor). Real estate at 6:00 p.m. Building materials, tools, household and Ultralight airplanes. Beiler-Campbell Auction Services. MON., MAY 21 - 6:00 p.m. - Rothenberger Century Farms, Inc., 1821 Memorial Highway, Oley. 17 acres, mostly level and tillable, historic limestone house and bank barn, double house, great for in-law quarters. Martin and Rutt Auctioneers. TUES., MAY 22 - 9:00 a.m. - Hometowne Auction, LLC, Garden Spot Fire Rescue, 339 E. Main St., New Holland. Quilts and quilt-related items. Kline, Kreider and Good Auction­ eers. TUES., MAY 22 - 4:00 p.m. - MacCauley Family, LP, 275 Route 41, Gap. 88 acre farm, 2-1/2 story stone

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Open Saturdays 1-3

Contact Kelley Clark or Naomi Weaver (717) 738-4663

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New townhome community in Schaefferstown. Each home has 3 BR, 2 full BA, half bath, master suite and 2nd floor laundry. All have finished lower level, plus a private trex deck. Dir: Rt 897 to Shaefferstown, L on Locust St to development.

Open Wed 3-7 & Sat 1-4

Contact Tammy SItes 717-273-3774


Ephrata - EPHRATA AREA Schls Lititz - WARWICK Schls 2 BR, 2 Baths. Ephrata - EPHRATA AREA Schls Ephrata - Ephrata Schls 4 BR, Ephrata - EPHRATA AREA Schls Ephrata - EPHRATA AREA Schls Lititz - WARWICK Schls 4 BR, Lititz - WARWICK Schls 4 BR,

2 BR, 2 Baths. Call Brandy Houck, Call Timothy Shreiner, SH1000487008 3 BR, 2 Baths. Call Julie Bagnato, 2.5 Baths. Call Rhonda Shadle, 3 BR, 2.5 Baths. Call Michael Gordon Sr., 3 BR, 2.5 Baths. Call Kelley Clark, 2.5 Baths. Call Mark Will, SH1000277364 2 Baths. Call Mark Will, SH1000295210 SH1000479002 $269,000. SH7150156 $289,900. SH1000300708 $323,500. SH1000262700 $384,900. $424,800. $2,200,000. SH1000261254 $257,400. $264,900.

Say You Saw It In “The Shopping News” - Wednesday, May 16, 2018 - 15C


Public Sales

dwelling, bank barn, misc. outbuildings (zoned light business). Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. TUES., MAY 22 - 6:00 p.m. - Leslie and Deborah Marshall, 70 Teen Challenge Road, Womelsdorf. Brick and aluminum sided bi-level dwelling with 26’x26’ lower level 2 car garage, 18’x30’ frame horse barn, 10’x16’ frame storage shed on 2.57 acres m/l. Horst Auctioneers. WED., MAY 23 - 1:00 p.m. - Horst Auction Center, Ephrata. Antiques, collect­ ibles, household goods, tools. Horst Auctioneers. WED., MAY 23 - 5:00 p.m. - Sandra L. McDonnell, 672 South Kinzer Ave., New Holland. Country 1-1/2 story 3 bedroom brick dwelling, 2 car garage 22x30 and shop 10x20, 3/4 acre rural lot. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers.

THURS., MAY 24 - 3:00 p.m. - Joyce Picardi, 1332 Firestone Road, Lititz. 3 bedroom brick ranch home with oversized 2 car garage and workshop on 0.45 acres. Real estate at 6:00 p.m. Personal property. Hess Auction Group. THURS., MAY 24 - 5:00 p.m. - Jonathan M. Gehman, 4 Dianna Drive, Annville. 2-1/2 story colonial 4 bed­ room dwelling, 2 car garage, 1.27 acres. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. THURS., MAY 24 - 6:00 p.m. - Thomas H. Gehr and Cynthia R. Gehr, 1864 Susquehannock Drive, Dru­ more. 11.3 acre Lancaster County farmette, 18th century limestone farmhouse and bank barn. Horst Auctioneers. SAT., MAY 26 - 9:00 a.m. - Irwin M. and Esther E. Weaver, 101 Hahnstown Road, Ephrata. 4 bedroom


Road, Ephrata. Country 2-1/2 story brick 5 bedroom dwelling, 20x38 shop/2 car garage, utility building, 3/4 acre level lot. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. THURS., MAY 31 - 4:00 p.m. - Fred and Rose Hearn, 3017 S. 5th Ave., Myerstown. Traditional 2 story with 3 bedrooms, 24x40 3 car garage, 12x24 shed/roadside stand on .70 acres. Real estate at 6:00 p.m. Shop and garden items, collectibles, personal property and furniture. Les Longenecker, Auctioneer. THURS., MAY 31 - 5:00 p.m. - Matthew T. and Nitoche R. Groff, 1524 Newport Road, Manheim.


THURS., JUNE 14, 2018 SALE AT 6:00 P.M.

Located at 35 N. Broad St., Adamstown (Adamstown Boro., Lanc. Co.) From Rt. 272, in Adamstown, turn right onto Broad St. Continue across Main St. to property on right, on the corner of Washington St. Real estate consists of a frame/brick, ranch-style dwelling, built in 1947, containing a kitchen with breakfast bar; a dining area; a large family room with stone hearth and wood stove insert; one bedroom; and a full bath all on the main level, with approx. 1,186 sq. ft. of living space. There is also a large enclosed porch with laundry access. The walk-up attic offers plenty of storage. There is also a finished rec room, with kitchenette and a full bath, in the lower level with outside access only. Oil forced air heat. Central air. Propane water heater. Updated electric. Public water and sewer. This cute dwelling is situated on a 0.13 (+/-) acre lot along with a two car detached garage and plenty of off-street parking. This is a unique and affordable property, and after 66 years, the seller is downsizing and is motivated to sell. You will not want to miss this excellent opportunity! Open houses to be held Sun., June 3 and Sat., June 9 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:


Lic. #: AU001476 & AU005308 717-336-6983

Rural 1 story 4 bedroom rancher, 2 car garage, bank shop/garage building, 28x38 w/2 car garage and heated shop, 6/10 acre lot. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. THURS., MAY 31 - 6:00 p.m. - Hilda M. Fry Estate, 2166 Kramer Mill Rd., Stevens. Brick and alumin­ um sided dwelling with 3 bedrooms on a 4/10 acre (+/) lot. Art Pannebecker and

In Loving Memory Of

Paul E. Martin Auctioneer



THURS., JUNE 21, 2018 SALE AT 6:00 P.M.

Real estate consists of a brick and vinyl sided ranch-style dwelling, built in 1955, containing a kitchen with breakfast bar, stove, dishwasher and refrigerator; an open dining area; a large living room with fireplace; two spacious bedrooms with ample closets; and a full bath all on the main level with hardwood floors throughout. There is also an enclosed, and heated, breezeway for additional living space. In total, there is 1,444 sq. ft. of finished one floor living space. The walk-up attic could be easily finished into additional living space as well. The full basement, with side entrance, contains the laundry with a sink and shower and plenty of workshop/storage space. Oil forced air heat. Central air. Updated 200amp electrical service. Public water and sewer. All this is situated on a 0.22 acre lot along with an attached 3 car garage, which is also heated. Two of the bays feature 10’ overhead doors, and the third bay is standard height. There is approx. 1,236 sq. ft. of garage space, with walk-up attic storage above (could also possibly be finished). There is also a storage shed. This is a solid, wellmaintained, dwelling with an ideal garage setup and a maintenancefree exterior. This is part of an estate, and the seller is motivated to sell. You will not want to miss this great opportunity! Open Houses to be held Sun., June 10 and Sat., June 16 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:

Art Pannebecker & Brad Wolf Auctioneers, Inc.


Lic. #: AU001476 & AU005308 717-336-6983

October 21, 1940May 19, 1993 Your life was a blessing; Your memory a treasure; You are loved beyond words, And missed beyond measure.

Rachel & Family PUBLIC SALE OF


MON., MAY 21, 2018 SALE AT 10:00 A.M. FURNITURE AT 12:00 NOON

To be held at Renningers Antique Market, 2500 N. Reading Rd., Denver (Rt. 272, near Adamstown) Ethan Allen Cherry Dining Room Suite; Double Reclining Loveseat And Other Nice Furniture; Star Wars/Star Trek Toys; Proof Sets; Silver Dimes; Antiques And Household Goods; Honda Pressure Washer; Stihl Leaf Blowers; Riding Mowers; Air Compressor; Patio Furniture; And Many Other Items Too Numerous To Mention. This Week Our Entire Auction Will Be Held Outside, Under The Pavilion! Come And See What We Find! 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. All announcements made day of sale take precedence over prior advertisement. Lic. #AU001476-L Lic. #AU005308-L 717-336-6983



“Horst Auction Center” PUBLIC SALE


WEDNESDAY, MAY 23, 2018 AT 1:00 P.M.

Preview Times - Tuesday, May 22 from 2:00 P.M. thru 5:00 P.M. and Wednesday, May 23 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, May 22. 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.); FINE WALNUT VICTORIAN DESK W/BOOKCASE TOP; APPLIANCES; KITCHENWARE; LAMPS & CLOCKS; STERLING SILVER; COPPER & BRASS; CAST IRON; AGATE; TINWARE; WOODENWARE; CHINA & GLASSWARE; POTTERY; LINENS & TEXTILES; BOOKS & PAPER; OUTSTANDING ESTATE JEWELRY; ARTWORK; CHRISTMAS & SEASONAL DECORATIONS; TOYS; TOOLS; LAWN & GARDEN EQUIPMENT; BOX LOTS & MANY OTHER ITEMS TO BE SOLD! * Accepted Payments: Cash or PA Check. Visa, MasterCard & Debit Card with 3% fee. No out of state checks without prior approval.

Sale For:


Brad Wolf Auctioneers, Inc. FRI., JUNE 1 - 8:00 a.m. - Auction #1 - Dale and Anita Y. Aungst, 120 Kline Road, Bethel. Trucks, trailers, track loaders, equip­ ment, house moving steel beams, steel plates. Auction #2 - 1:00 p.m. Real estate at 4:00 p.m. 218 Bloody Spring Road, Bernville. 15.8 acre farmette, 2 story stone/frame 3+ bedroom dwelling, 30x70 bank barn, gar./shop, spring,


Located at 504 N. 6th St., Denver (Denver Boro., Lanc. Co.) From Denver/Reamstown light on Rt. 272, take Church St. into Denver. Turn right on N. 6th St. to property on left.


Art Pannebecker & Brad Wolf Auctioneers, Inc.

1.5 story dwelling with 2 car garage, .42 acre lot. Real estate at 1:00 p.m. Antiques and furniture, tools, RAM 2500 truck. Martin and Rutt Auctioneers. TUES., MAY 29 - 4:00 p.m. - Fivepointville Fire Hall, 1087 Dry Tavern Road, Denver. Gold and silver coins, bulk silver, CC Mor­ gans, rare peace dollars. Martin and Rutt Auctioneers. WED., MAY 30 - 1:00 p.m. - Horst Auction Center, Ephrata. Antiques, collect­ ibles, household goods, tools. Horst Auctioneers. WED., MAY 30 - 5:00 p.m. - Milton N. Sensenig Estate, 123 Martindale


AUCTION TIME 8:30 A.M. • REAL ESTATE 2:00 P.M. 421 Durlach Road, Ephrata, PA.

2 STORY HOUSE: High energy efficiency passive solar house with kitchen with cherry cabinets, large living room dining room combo, 1 bedroom, full bathroom, office/laundry & large solar front porch. Upstairs has 2 bedrooms, balcony to sun porch, full 2nd bath plus a rec room or 4th bedroom. 1 car attached garage. 200 amp service, wall AC, electric & passive solar heat, replacement windows. Brick patio. Well & septic. Crawl space & cold cellar. 2 STORY SHOP: Brick & frame 28’x40’ with heat & water and overhead door. Macadam driveway, large back yard all on a .92 acre lot. OPEN HOUSE: Saturdays, June 2 & 9 from 1:00 P.M. to 3:00 P.M or by appointment. For appointment to see or help to obtain bank financing, call 717-733-3511. TERMS: 10% down at the auction, balance on or before August 10, 2018. NOTE: Starting at 8:30 a.m. Bring chairs. May be selling w/2 auctioneers. Spring taxes $924.35, Fall tax $4,228.21. Be prepared to bid. Attorney: Michael P. Kane (717) 299-5251



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

Auction By:

SAMUEL W. MARTIN ESTATE Glenn 717-381-8942 Curtis 717-507-0589




1737 Alleghenyville Rd., Mohnton (Adamstown). Rt. 272/222 N. to Adamstown. Right Rt. 568 (Alleghenyville Rd.) to farm on left OR Rt. 222 S. from Shillington area Adamstown/Knauers exit (Rt. 568 E.). Left Rt. 568 E., farm on left.

1800s sandstone dwl. w/2800 SF, eat-in kitchen w/island & upgraded appliances, dining/family rm., living rm. w/stone FP, rec rm. w/stone FP, sun rm., laundry, 4 bdrms., 4½ baths, attic, bsmt., oil & gas HW heat & central AC. Special features: Cherry hardwood floors, wide window sills, stone fireplaces. Outbldgs: Guest cottage w/kitchen, LR/bdrm. comb., gas heat, bank barn 34x64 w/horse stalls, separate 22x15 work shop, storage rm. 20 ACRES m/l w/new septic sys., pasture w/pond, 9 acres tillable, bal. pasture & woodland. 2300’ frontage along Alleghenyville & Pennypacker Rds. (Sub. div. potential.) Zoned Res. & Commercial. NOTE: Unique farm as residence or continue use as Living Spring Bed & Breakfast. Owners downsizing to Delaware & serious to sell. A “must see” farmette. Convenient location, just off 222 Bypass & Rt. 272. Minutes to Ephrata, Denver & Shillington. Personal inspection by appointment or open house Sat., May 26, June 2 & 9 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

Robert A. & Debra A. Cazille 484-529-0042


16C - Wednesday, May 16, 2018 - Say You Saw It In “The Shopping News”

pond, stream, tractors, equipment, trailers, personal property. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. SAT., JUNE 2 - 8:30 a.m. - Henry M. and Elizabeth Martin, 961 Centerville Road, East Earl. Oliver crawler, antique tractors, tools, greenhouse supplies, household goods, furniture, antiques, books, guns, coins. Tim Weaver Auction Service LLC. SAT., JUNE 2 - 9:00 a.m. - Horst Auction Center, Ephrata. Outstanding fire­ arms, hunting, fishing and military collectibles and accessories. Horst Auction­ eers.

SAT., JUNE 2 - 9:00 a.m. - 157 N. Westview Dr., Gordonville. Farm and firewood equipment, saw logs, live edge slabs. BeilerCampbell Auctions. MON., JUNE 4 - 5:00 p.m. - Barry J. Baldwin, Churchtown Road, Narvon. (2) 1.6 acre wooded building lots. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. MON., JUNE 4 - 6:30 p.m. - Dale E. and Vera J. Hoover, 151 Koser Road, Lititz. 4.6 acre level lot zoned Light-Industrial, 7 bedroom 2-story stone farm house, bank barn, 2 car garage, truck shop. Martin and Rutt Auctioneers.

“Horst Auctioneers” PUBLIC SALE

TUES., JUNE 5 - 8:30 a.m. - Amos and Lydia Lapp, 3762 Yost Road, Gordonville. A.L. Wood­ works Liquidation Auction 3 tractors, forklift, Cummins diesel, trailers, light tower, roller, pick-up carriage, hyd. post pounder, JD backhoe, shop equipment, tools, farm related items, guns, gener­ ators, new flower planters, antiques, furniture. Double EE Auction Service. TUES., JUNE 5 - 5:00 p.m. - Nancy J. Miller, 12 Fernwood Drive, Myers­ town. 1 story 3 bedroom rancher, 2 car garage. Kline, Kreider and Good Auction­ eers. WED., JUNE 6 - 1:00 p.m. - Horst Auction Center, Ephrata. Antiques, collect­

ibles, household goods, tools. Horst Auctioneers. THURS., JUNE 7 - 6:00 p.m. - Carol Luckenbill, 508 Schwartz Valley Road, Schuylkill Haven. 4.1 acre farmette, recent updates, clean, 2-1/2 story farm house and bank barn. Martin and Rutt Auctioneers. THURS., JUNE 7 - 6:00 p.m. - Lamar H. and Lois Nolt, 265 North King Street, Denver. 2 story 3 bedroom house, 12’x24’ garage/shop, 9/10 acre +/-. Tim Weaver Auction Service. FRI., JUNE 8 - 8:00 a.m. - Eugene S. Usner, 930 Forest Hill Road, Stevens. 13 acre farmette, 2-1/2 story 5 bedroom dwelling, bank barn, 3 car garage. Real estate at 2:00 p.m. Antiques,

farm/truck toys, guns, hunting items, milk bottles, vehicles, tractors, shop items, personal property, furniture, agate collection. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. FRI., JUNE 8 - 4:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. & SAT., JUNE 9 - 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Lighthouse Vocational Services Benefit Auction, 144 Orlan Road, New Holland. Amos Fisher, Auctioneer. SAT., JUNE 9 - Harold R. and Dorothy J. Sollenberger, 1175 Rose Ave., Blue Ball. Attractive 3 bedroom brick rancher with attached 1 car garage on a nice lot in Blue Ball. Real estate at 12:00 noon. Furniture, glassware, pottery, guns, coins, personal



3pm Personal Property • 6pm Real Estate

1332 Firestone Rd, Lititz, PA 17543

THURSDAY, MAY 24, 2018 AT 6:00 P.M.

• Meticulously Well Maintained & Updated • Oversized 2 Car Garage & Workshop • 4 Season Sunroom • 0.45 Acres • Warwick SD

Located at 1864 Susquehannock Dr. (Drumore 17518), Drumore Township, Lancaster County, PA (Directions: Rt. 372 west of Buck, turn south on Susquehannock Dr., follow Susquehannock Dr. past Susquehannock State Park to farmette on right.)

Shown by Appointment • Stickley & Other Quality Furniture • Early General Store-Style Pen & Pencil Display & Other Antiques & Collectibles • Tools and Lawn & Garden Items

HISTORIC 18TH CENTURY LIMESTONE FARMHOUSE (Approx. 3,384 sq. ft. living space) The first floor contains a living room w/corner fireplace, open staircase, corner cupboard; eat-in kitchen w/painted cabinets, lg. walk-in fireplace; dining room w/corner fireplace; family room w/ fireplace; half bathroom; lg. enclosed back porch (brick floor); laundry room/half bathroom. The second floor contains a master bedroom suite; lg. master bathroom; bonus room; 2 bedrooms w/ fireplaces; one other bedroom; full bathroom. 24’ X 28’ ATTACHED TWO CAR GARAGE LG. 19TH CENTURY STONE/FRAME BANK BARN 14’ X 16’ FRAME SUMMER KITCHEN/STUDIO 12’ X 15’ STONE SMOKEHOUSE/WORKSHOP 11.3 ACRES w/LOTS OF ROAD FRONTAGE SOLANCO SCHOOL DISTRICT - $5,750 TOTAL 2017 RE TAXES This outstanding 11.3 acre Lancaster County farmette features a very large & completely restored 18th century farmhouse. The large bank barn offers all kinds of possibilities. This property is located in the beautiful River Hills section of southern Lancaster County. OPEN HOUSE - Saturday, May 19 from 1 P.M. to 3 P.M., or for inspection other than Open House, call (717) 368-9244. * TERMS OF SALE - $25,000 down payment on the day of sale; balance at settlement on or before July 23, 2018. Purchaser pays both realty transfer taxes. Property sold as-is without contingencies. James Leonard, Atty. Sale For:



See for more details.

Auction for: Joyce Picardi Attorney: John Gibbel

717-664-5238 877-599-8894


Hometowne Auction, LLC

Quilts & Quilt-Related Items

MONDAY, JUNE 11 • 5 P.M. 1304 Earl Ave., East Earl. Rt. 322 E. of Blue Ball. Right Rt. 897 S. Right Earl Ave. to property on left. (East Earl Twp., Lanc. Co.)


Tues., May 22,19, 2018 at 9:00 AM AM Tues., November 2013 at 9:00 Preview: Mon., May 21,18 Noon to to 4 PM Preview: Mon., November Noon 4 PM 1 sty. brick/vinyl rancher w/1218 SF, eat-in kitchen w/appliances, French door to rear covered deck, living rm. w/bow window, 3 bdrms., bath, 1st floor laundry, bsmt., partial finish family rm. w/stone fireplace, separate shop/ storage rm. 27x11, elec. radiant heat, attached 1 car garage. Solid built rancher w/plaster walls, economical & reasonable taxes all on level 4/10 acre lot w/on-site well & public sewer, deep rear lot w/lawn & mature shade. NOTE: Owner moving to retirement facility & serious to sell. Ideal as residence or investment. Quiet well established residential community. Easy access to Rts. 322, 23, 625 & 897. Personal inspection by appointment or open house May 26, June 2 & 9 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

Marian J. Freeman Gary Freeman, 610-306-5253


NEXT AUCTION DATE: JANUARY 21, Tuesday, July 17,2014 2018 CONSIGNMENTS ACCEPTED Quilts & Tops; Wall Hangings & Tops; Quillows, Pillows & Quilt-Related Items AY002166 Aaron Z. Nolt (717) 354-5599 AU5064


Wednesday, June 20

5pm Personal Property • 6pm Real Estate

931 May Rd, Lititz, PA 17543

48th Annual Consignment Auction Saturday, May 19th • 8:30 AM

• Spacious Eat-in Kitchen Leading to Lg. Cedar Deck • Full Finished Basement w/ , Dry Bar, & Utility/Work Area • Private Fenced Backyard w/Picturesque Pool • 0.34 Acres • Oversize Attached 2-Car Garage • Warwick SD

Formerly Goodville Fire Company

Terre Hill Community Park, 210 Lancaster Ave., Terre Hill Starting Times - 8:30 AM Flowers, Fruit Trees & Tools; 9 AM Shrubs; 12 Noon Quilts & Lawn/Garden; 1 PM Lawn Furniture, Sheds, Birdhouse & Concrete Ornaments. All times are approximate and may be subject to change. Items to be sold: Flowers, Flowers and more Flowers, Shrubbery, Trees, Storage Sheds (10x14 Quaker Style, 10x14 A-Frame, 10x24 Barn Style), Swing Sets, Lawn & Garden Equipment, Furniture, Dewalt Hand Tools, Concrete Lawn Ornaments, Box Lots, Quilts, John Deere Toy Collection liquidated from local store.

Open House: May 26, 10am-12pm & May 29, 5pm-6:30pm AY000253L

Auction for: Don Vollmar Attorney: John Gibble

See for more details.

717-664-5238 877-599-8894


LOTS OF FOOD, BEGINNING SERVING FOOD FRIDAY EVENING This is only a partial list of items. Lots of good new and used items will be at the auction. All the above items are subject to prior sale. All announcements on sale day will override sale bill. Receiving items Thursday, May 17th from 6 PM to 9 PM, Friday, May 18th from 8 AM to 9 PM and Saturday morning till sell time! Free pickup within 5 miles of Terre Hill Park, call Allen, (717) 271-8293. ***Contact Numbers - Sale Committee (717) 445-7066, (717) 445-0941 Fire Department (717) 445-5072*** Not Responsible for Accidents, Damage or Theft. No Hazardous Materials, Tires, Electronics, Propane Tanks. We reserve the right to accept or reject any and all items. Terms by Weaverland Valley Fire Department, 403 N. Earl St., Terre Hill, PA 17581, Local Auctioneers. Food Stand by the Ladies Auxiliary, Payments Accepted - Cash, Visa, Mastercard, Checks - No out of state checks unless accompanied by letter of credit from issuing bank.

S848667 S819194


Weaverland Valley Fire Department


property, garden equipment. John D. Stauffer Auctioneers. SAT., JUNE 9 - 9:00 a.m. - Erma A. and the late Frank A. Kennel, 151 Snake Lane, Kinzers. 3 bedroom custom brick rancher with 2 car garage, .64 acre lot, custom kitchen, full basement, central A/C, new roof/ windows. Real estate at 12:30 p.m. Personal prop­ erty, antiques, furniture, tools, etc. Martin and Rutt Auctioneers. SAT., JUNE 9 - 9:00 a.m. - E. Eugene and Doris A. Kreider, 117 Snake Hill Road, Bird-in-Hand. 5 acre farmette with stream, 2-1/2 story 3 bedroom dwelling, garage, 28x54 barn/shop. Real estate at 1:00 p.m. Tractors, lawn and garden equipment, personal prop­ erty, guns, woodworking equipment, tools, lumber. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. MON., JUNE 11 - 5:00 p.m. - Marian J. Freeman, 1304 Earl Ave., East Earl. 1 story 3 bedroom rancher, garage. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. MON., JUNE 11 - 6:30 p.m. - Jay M. and Amanda M. Reiff, 216 Hahnstown Road, Ephrata. 2 story farm house, 4 bedrooms, 1.23 acre level lot, detached garage/shop. Martin and Rutt Auctioneers. TUES., JUNE 12 - 5:00 p.m. - Mabel M. Martin, 135 Weidmansville Rd., Ephrata.

Thursday, June 14 • 6pm

1240 Dridge Hill Rd, Lititz, PA 17543

• Full Finished Daylight Basement • Contemporary Updated Décor • 1.02 Acres • Warwick SD Open House: June 2, 10am-12pm & June 4, 5pm-6:30pm

See for more details. AY000253L

Auction For: Curtis & Emily Martin Attorney: John Gibbel

717-664-5238 877-599-8894

Say You Saw It In “The Shopping News” - Wednesday, May 16, 2018 - 17C

Custom brick 1 story rancher, 2 car garage, shop/ garage 24x28, utility building 12x18, 1.1 acre lot, Zoned R2. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. THURS., JUNE 14 10:00 a.m. - Graybill G. Becker Estate, 1169 Pine Hill Road, Lititz. 97 acre farm (outstanding), great view, historic limestone house and barn. Real estate at 12:00 noon. Tractors, antiques, collectibles. Martin and Rutt Auctioneers. THURS., JUNE 14 - 1:00 p.m. - Robert A. and Debra A. Cazille, 1737 Allegheny­ ville Road, Mohnton. 2-1/2 story 1800s sandstone 4 bedroom dwelling, 34x64 bank barn, guest cottage (known as Living Spring Farm Bed and Breakfast). Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers.

THURS., JUNE 14 - 5:00 p.m. - Henry R. Grumbling Estate, 918 B Rabbit Hill Road, Lititz. Country 1 story 3 bedroom rancher, 1 car garage, utility building, 1.1 acre lot, ’79 Cadillac car, ’01 GMC truck, JD mower, gun. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. THURS., JUNE 14 - 6:00 p.m. - Katie Lenora Adams, 35 N. Broad St., Adamstown. Frame/brick, ranch-style dwelling situated on a 0.13 +/- acre lot with a 2 car detached garage. Art Panne­ becker and Brad Wolf Auctioneers, Inc. THURS., JUNE 14 - 6:00 p.m. - Curtis and Emily Marin, 1240 Dridge Hill Road, Lititz. Lititz 3 BR ranch home, full finished daylight basement, 1.02 acres. Hess Auction Group.

FRI., JUNE 15 - 8:30 a.m. - Premier Erectors, Brecknock Builders and Narvon Builders - Titus Martin Farm, 155 Pleasant Valley Road, East Earl. Trucks, trailer, fork/boom/ scissor lifts, tractor, Equipter roofer’s buggy, Bobcat mower, tools, steel erection, equipment and supplies, office furniture. Tim Weaver Auction Service, LLC. FRI., JUNE 15 - 4:00 p.m. - Nathan W. Zimm­








Location: 1175 Rose Ave., Blue Ball, PA 17506. Auction Conducted by: John D. Stauffer Auctioneers AU-1509-L Phone: 717-627-0118 or 717-629-4059 Lititz, PA 17543


8 A.M. - REAL ESTATE 2 P.M. 930 Forest Hill Rd., Stevens (Mt. Airy). Rt. 322 W. of Ephrata to Clay. Right N. Clay Rd. Right Hopeland Rd. Straight W. Mt. Airy Rd. Property corner Mt. Airy Rd. & Forest Hill Rd. OR from Schoeneck 4 way stop sign take E. Mt. Airy Rd. to Mt. Airy.


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


Eugene S. Usner Sally A. Stahl, POA 717-598-9837 Pamela A. Aeillo, POA 717-808-6486

Public Real estate auction 2 Story Brick, 2 Unit House (1st Floor/2nd Floor) Building Materials, Tools, Household & Ultralight Airplanes

Monday, May 21, 2018 @ 5:00 P.M. Real Estate @ 6:00 P.M.

156 S. Grant St., Manheim, PA 17545 - Lancaster County Easy Access: 3 Blocks to 72; 2 Blocks to 772.

2 Sty., 3 Bdrm. House - 12’x24’ Garage/Shop

9/10 ACRE +/-

Thursday, June 7, 2018 at 6:00 P.M.

Location: 265 North King Street., Denver, PA 17517 (West Cocalico Twp./Lanc. Co.) Directions: 272 North of Ephrata. Turn left onto Schoeneck Rd. (At Rocky Ridge Auto Sales). Follow Schoeneck Rd. through Schoeneck to property on left.

- Real Estate -

2 Sty., 3 Bdrm./1½ Bath House on 9/10 Acre +/-. 2 Sty. house w/approx. 1,200 sq. ft., 3 bdrms., 1½ baths, eat-in kitchen, living room, laundry and enclosed porch. Full basement w/outside access. Attic. Rear porch. Oil/Hot air heat. OUTBUILDING: 12’x24’ detatched garage/shop. All situated on 9/10 Acre +/- partially wooded lot. On-site well and septic. West Cocalico Twp. Cocalico Schools. NOTE: Ideal property for starter home or investment. Ready to move-in. Available for immediate possession. Owner has other interests and want to sell. Close proximity to Denver, Ephrata, Stevens, etc. Easy access to Rts. 897, 222, 272, and turnpike. TERMS: 10% down, settlement on or before Aug. 6, 2018. Mike Kane, Attorney 717299-5251. Inspection by appointment or OPEN HOUSE: SATURDAYS, May 19 and 26, 1-3PM. Contact auctioneer @ (717) 354-9524 w/any questions or for private showing. See more at ID #25403 Auction for: Lamar H. and Lois Nolt

Auctioneers: Tim Weaver, Dave Stoltzfus & Steve Schuler Lic. # AY2109 Phone: 717-354-9524 Property Description: 2 story brick, 2 unit house (1st floor/2nd floor) with 2 BR, 1 full bath, kitchen, DR, lge. LR on each floor. All floors covered w/either vinyl, lam. wood or wall to wall carpet. Closets throughout house, some ceiling fans. 1st floor cast iron, hot water radiators. 2nd floor elec. baseboard heat. Shared 1st floor laundry room. Recent updates: 80% new vinyl replacement windows, new roof shingles, natural gas furnace (repl. In ’05), new water heaters. Also, 2 new 100 amp. elec. panels. Mostly copper, some new PVC water piping, outside entrance to basement, 6’x15’ covered entrance porches on 1st & 2nd floors and 6’x22’ front porch. Detached cement block 16’x26’ garage w/7’x9’OH door & side man door. Lot is 228’ deep w/ spacious back yard, large playhouse and slide between house and 32’x54’ cement block 4 bay storage unit w/OH doors, 3PH elec. bordering backside Stedman Alley. Open House: Thurs., May 17, 6-8 pm. Terms: Down payment of $12,000 required day of sale, balance due 45 days later. Settlement on or before July 5, 2018. Transfer taxes to be paid by buyer. Real Estate taxes shall be prorated. Estimated taxes are $3707.00/year. Auctioneers Note: This is a great starter or investor home on a quiet Manheim Boro side street w/city water, sewer & gas. Live in the one, rent the other. 2nd floor renters are willing to stay. Extra on- and off-street parking. Personal Property: Ultralight Planes: Kolb Firestar 1 man plane w/ 38 hp. 337 Rotax engine w/ 64” prop, needs new gas tank, pump & hoses, plus new wheel, was running when parked approx. 7 yrs. ago; Junster 1, 5/8 scale experimental plane, single seat w/ 235 Lycoming engine, needs assembling; also extra 65 Continental aircraft engine w/ prop, working when removed. Building Materials & Tools: (Tools & and leftover building material from Kramer Construction) Misc. white ABM metal roofing, also ABM pattern roofing shear; lots of bags leftover roofing screws, various piles of trim, corners, rakes & soffit in misc. colors; 5/8” OSB plywood; misc. 2” lumber from 4-12”; LVL; 25 boxes of 3.5”x.131 Paslode & Senco stick nailer nails; metal hay racks & stall grill; roof cupalo; 42” alum. concrete float w/ 4 ext. handles; concrete tools; lots of hand tools including ½ impact air wrench; set SK ½” impact sockets; breaker bar; misc. tarps; shingle shovels; alum. landscape rake; alum. Coil stock; safety cones; OH door hardware; office desk; hoses; chairs; file cabinets; 5’ wood bench; 275 gal. tank; saws; wrenches; pipe wrenches; shovels; pick axes; lawn spreader; shop vac.; tomato cages; elec. cords; jumper cables; saw horses; vented gas room heater; many misc. tools. Dirt Bike & Misc.: 2 kids dirt bikes, Motovox & Baja Dirt Bug; 2 new motorcycle batteries; Husky 6 drawer tool box w/ ball bearing slides; (2) alum. pickup tool boxes; approx. (25) boxes of household items still not unpacked. Additional pictures are available at or Auctioneer: Noah Shirk AU#005928 717-354-0192 Harold Martin AU#019488 Christ Taylor AU#005421

Seller: Jacob Kramer Ph: 302-382-2222

Attorney: Sam Goodley III Ph: 717-405-1324 1-888-209-6160

Auction for:


- Schoeneck Area -

Farm house w/1928 SF, eat-in kitchen w/custom oak cabinets & appliances, family & living rms., den, mud rm., 5 bdrms., bath, attic, bsmt. w/cold cellar. Bank barn 28x46 w/stable & storage, drive-in 2nd floor, dog kennel & masonry 3 car garage. 13 ACRES w/10 acres tillable, 1550’ frontage. Zoned Ag. After 67 years owner relocating to retirement facility & serious to sell. Well maintained bldgs. Convenient Clay Twp. location. Personal inspection by appointment or open house Sat., May 19, 26 & June 2 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)

erman, Cressona Road, Pottsville. 82-1/2 acres farm and woodland. #1 - 54.5 acres farmland and wood­ land, #2 - 19.1 acres cleared and woodland, #3 - 6.8 acres mostly wooded building lot and #4 - 2.1 acres wooded lot. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. SAT., JUNE 16 - 8:00 a.m. - Lewis D. Sauder Estate, 1542 Mastersonville Road, Manheim. #1 -




THURSDAY, MAY 31 • 5 P.M. 1524 Newport Rd., Manheim (Penryn). Rt. 501 N. of Lititz. Left W. Newport Rd. at Sheetz. Thru Elm. & Penryn. Just past Gish Rd. OR from Manheim take E. High St. Left White Oak Rd. Right Newport Rd. Property on left.

Rancher w/2280 SF, eat-in kitchen w/raised panel cabinets, island, granite tops & appliances, large dining rm., living/family rm. w/cathedral ceiling, 14x24 deck, 4 bdrms., 2 full & 2 half baths (master bdrm. w/9x7 bath & 10x6 walk-in closet), 1st floor laundry, rec/family rm., large office/bonus rm. above garage, daylight bsmt., oil HW radiant heat, central AC, central vac, attached 2 car gar., large lower level storage rm. 19x25 w/outside entrance. Bank garage/shop bldg. 28x38 w/24x36 2 car garage w/(2) 9x10 doors, open span heated shop 27x37 w/pine brd. walls. 6/10 acre lot w/frontage on Newport & Gish Rds. Owners relocating to acreage property & serious to sell. “Move in” condition. Upgrades & custom features thru out. Spacious rancher w/4+ car garage area. Fantastic farming valley view. Personal inspection by appointment or open house Sat., May 19 & 26 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 Roy E. Good, Jr. Aaron Z. Nolt Curvin M. Horning 717-733-1006 Lic. #499, #2116, #5064, #3956

Matthew T. & Nitoche R. Groff 717-665-6286 or 717-629-5956


(New Holland Area)



THURS. MAY 17, 2018 at 6:00 PM

Located at: 449 Glen Mar Ave. New Holland, Pa. Earl Twp. Lancaster Co. Directions: From Rt. 23 Main St. New Holland take N. Railroad Ave. 1-mile to left on Mar-Kauf Dr. to right on Glen-Mar Ave. to home on right. Real Estate: Consists of a custom-built oneowner 1,597 sq. ft. (1985) brick & vinyl rancher on a .40 ac. lot. Main floor features a custom raised-panel oak cabinetry kitchen w/appliances & breakfast nook; laundry w/W & D; formal living room w/picture window & brick fireplace; formal dining room; beautiful 16’x22’ 4-seasons room & patio area; full bath; 3-bdrms w/ closets; master w/private bath; attached 2-car garage w/shop area; attic storage; basement is unfinished w/cedar storage closet; central AC/heat pump; water treatment system; on-site well & septic; 200 amp svc; 2017 taxes: $2,856; good roof; insulated windows; macadam drive; covered front porch; new flooring 2018. OPEN HOUSE: For info call auctioneer @ (717) 371-3333. TERMS: 10% down day of sale, balance on or before 60 days. Attorney: Linda Kling (717) 354-7700. Note: Well-maintained custom rancher on quiet cul-de-sac; spacious level lot; convenient one-floor living; attractive curb appeal; desirable ELANCO schools; easy access to Rts. 23 & 322. Owner has moved to retirement facility & is very motivated to sell! Please visit our website at Auction For:

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

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


(717) 371-9083




117 Snake Hill Rd., Bird In Hand. Rt. 23 W. of Leola just past Worship Center. Right Snake Hill Rd. OR from Smoketown/Bird In Hand area go north Mt. Sidney Rd. Straight Harman Station Rd. Cross over Rt. 23 onto Snake Hill Rd.

Farmhouse w/2100 SF, eat-in kitchen, family rm., laundry, living rm., 3 spacious bdrms., 2 baths, office/study, gas heat & central AC, wraparound porch & 1 car gar. Bank barn/shop 28x54 w/2 car gar., studio/shop, 21x18 storage rm., full 2nd floor wood working shop 22x54, 220 elec. & utility/ lawn mower bldg. 5.1 ACRES w/2 acres fenced pasture w/stream, mature tree lined drive, lawn & garden area. Ideal setting of bldgs., farmland boundary. Zoned Ag. After 32 years owner downsizing & serious to sell. “Move in” condition. Convenient location. Minutes to Leola, Bird In Hand, Lancaster, Witmer & Smoketown. A “must see” farmette. Personal inspection by appointment or open house Sat., May 19, 26 & June 2 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

E. Eugene & Doris A. Kreider


18C - Wednesday, May 16, 2018 - Say You Saw It In “The Shopping News”

WED., JUNE 20 - 5:00 p.m. - Don Vollmar, 931 May Road, Lititz. 3 bedroom ranch home with pool, full finished basement with fireplace, oversized attached 2 car garage. Hess Auction Goup. WED., JUNE 20 - 5:00 p.m. - Alvin I. and Elizabeth R. Stoltzfus, 1698 Furniss Road, Drumore. Rural 6 acre farmette, 1 story 4 bedroom rancher, 2 car garage, barn, 2nd story dwelling, utility building, pasture, woodland. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers.

WED., JUNE 20 - 5:30 p.m. - Delton L. and Elva Brubaker, 1086 Sunset Ave., East Earl. 3 bedroom, 1-1/2 bath, 2-1/2 story house, 32’x80’ detached garage, shop/barn, 7/10 acre +/-. Tim Weaver Auction Service, LLC. THURS., JUNE 21 - 5:00 p.m. - Barbara J. Skiles, 274 Skiles Road, Parkesburg. 8 acre farmette with stream and pond, 1 story 3 bedroom rancher dwelling, 2 story bank barn 36x24. Kline, Kreider and Good Auction­ eers. THURS., JUNE 21 - 6:00 p.m. - Sandra I. Coldren Estate, 504 North 6th Street, Denver. Brick and vinyl



FRIDAY, MAY 18 • 1 P.M.


599 Greenview Dr., Denver (Fivepointville). From Rt. 272 at Weaver Markets/Adamstown Rt. 897 S. to Fivepointville. Right Greenview Dr. 1½ sty. w/1326 SF, eat-in kitchen w/oak raised panel cabinets w/ appliances, living rm., 3 bdrms. plus 4th bonus bdrm., 2 baths, 1st floor laundry, walk-in attic, full bsmt. w/shop area, oil air heat & central AC, deck, 2 car garage, low maintenance w/covered soffit, fascia & insulated windows, level lot w/well, public sewer, 12x16 utility bldg., farmland boundary to rear, quiet, low traffic street. Owners serious to sell. Economical & low maintenance 1½ sty. w/bonus 4th bdrm. Low taxes. Convenient location. Ideal as residence or investment. Minutes to Terre Hill, Reamstown & Bowmansville w/easy access to Rts. 272, 222, 897 & Turnpike. Personal inspection by appointment. 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) John E. & Carol J. Wanner 717-445-4119 or 717-808-3474




123 Martindale Rd., Ephrata. Rt. 322 E. of Ephrata to Hinkletown. Left traffic light onto Martindale Rd. Property on right.

2½ sty. farm house w/2088 SF, large eat-in kitchen w/custom oak cabinets, 1st floor family rm., living rm., 1st floor laundry, 5 bdrms. (1st floor master bdrm. w/bath & walk-in closet), 3 baths, study/office, attic, full bsmt., oil HW baseboard heat & 12x20 deck. Outbldgs: Shop/garage bldg. 20x38 w/2 car gar. & separate shop 20x18 w/LP gas wall heater, utility bldg. 12x14 w/LP gas wall heater & dog kennel 10x7, ¾ Acre level lot w/lawn & garden area. Zoned Mixed Use (C2). NOTE: Property has been in Sensenig family 49 years & estate is serious to sell. Solid brick farm house w/abundant cabinets, closets & 1st floor master bdrm. Deep, level lot. Ideal as residence or investment. Convenient location. Personal inspection by appointment or open house Sat., May 19 & 26 from 1 to 4 PM. For brochure or land plotting visit www.klinekreidergood. com. Financing, deposit or bridge loan available to qualified buyer. Call Randal V. Kline 717-733-1006 (Lender NMLS ID #834368) Milton N. Sensenig Randal V. Kline Estate Roy E. Good, Jr. Leon D. Sensenig Exc.: Aaron Z. Nolt 717-926-9739 Curvin M. John C. Sensenig Exc.: Horning 717-278-8260 717-733-1006 A U C T I O N E E R S Jason L. Sensenig Exc.: Lic. #499, #2116, #5064, #3956 717-380-0506

(White Horse/Spring Garden Area)



TUES., MAY 29 at 4:00 PM LOCATED AT: 1087 Dry Tavern Rd., Denver, Pa. 17517

DIRECTIONS: From Rt. 897 & Rt. 272 intersection, travel South on Rt. 897 for 4 miles to Fivepointville Fire Hall on Right. LISTING: 273 Cataloged lots. GOLD: 1927 $20 Saint, 1904 $20 Liberty, 1909 $10 Indian, 1892 $10 Liberty, 1913 $5 Indian, 1900 $5 Liberty, 2017 $5 Eagle, 1925-D $2.5 Indian. SILVER: 1878 CC Morgan, 1883 CC Morgan, 1890 CC Morgan, 1891 CC Morgan, 1891-O Morgan, 1899 Morgan, 135+ Morgan dollars; 1921 Peace, 1924-S Peace, 1928 Peace, 1934-D Peace, Peace Dollar set, 25+ Peace Dollars; 2001-2018 Silver Eagles; set of Franklin halves; bulk Silver Halves, Quarters, & Dimes; Buffalo Nickels; bulk Wheat & War Pennies; plus much more. Email for catalog at Please visit our website at



THURS., MAY 31, 2018 SALE AT 6:00 P.M.

Located at 2166 Kramer Mill Rd., Stevens (E. Cocalico Twp., Lanc. Co.) From Denver/Reamstown light on Rt. 272, take Church St. into Reamstown. Turn left on Reamstown Rd. follow by a right on Kramer Mill Rd. to property on left. Watch for signs. Real estate consists of a brick and aluminum sided dwelling, built in 1956, containing an open kitchen and knotty pine dining area with built-in cupboards and a spacious living room with hardwood floors, all on the main level. Upstairs, there are three nicesized bedrooms and a large full bath. This home has an ideal floor plan with approx. 1,680 sq. ft. of living space. The full basement is partially finished and contains a family room as well as a large workshop/storage area with outside entrance. This home is heated by a cost-effective, auto-fed, EFM coal stoker. Updated 200 amp electrical service. Public water with water softener and public sewer. Well onsite for exterior use. This spacious and solid dwelling is situated on a 4/10 acre (+/-) lot in an ideal rural location along with an oversized one car heated garage containing the laundry, private commode, and utility sink. There is plenty of off-street parking and a storage shed. This is an estate, and the seller is motivated to sell. You will not want to miss this excellent opportunity! Open houses to be held Sat., May 19 and Sat., May 26 from 1-3pm, or by appointment, contact Auctioneer at (717) 371-9603. 10% down day of sale, balance due at settlement. A. Kilkuskie, Atty. Terms By:

HILDA M. FRY ESTATE Lic. #AU001476-L Lic. #AU005308-L 717-336-6983




MONDAY, JUNE 4 at 6:30 PM


Directions: From White Horse take Rt. 340 W. 2-miles to right on Snake Ln. go ¼ mile to home on right. Real Estate: Consists of a 1,260 sq. ft. 3-bdrm brick & vinyl custom rancher (1967) w/2-car garage on a rural .64-ac. lot. Main floor features a custom kitchen w/DW; dining area; formal LR w/bow window; full bath; 3-bdrms w/closets; laundry in attached 2-car garage; attic; unimproved basement w/FP, Bilco door; on site well & septic, electric baseboard heat; central AC; annual taxes: $3,109; new stamped patio/picnic area; 14’x24’ utility barn; large garden area; macadam drive & parking area; new insulated windows & roof. OPEN HOUSE: SAT. MAY 19 & 26 from 1-3 PM, for info call auctioneer @ (717) 371-3333. Note: Picturesque rural setting in the heart of Lancaster Co. Amish farmland, borders Amish school; well-maintained one-owner home; nice level lot; seller is downsizing and motivated to sell! For photos & listing visit

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

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

Auction For:


(the late Frank A.)


(717) 768-3704


MONDAY, JUNE 4 • 5 P.M. Churchtown Rd., Narvon. Rt. 322 E. of Blue Ball up Beartown Hill. Right Churchtown Rd. to property on right (corner of Rt. 322 & Churchtown Rd.). (Salisbury Twp., Lanc. Co.) 150’ 150’ REAL ESTATE: (2) individual adjoining 1.6 * Salisbury Twp. ACRE wooded building * Pequea Valley Schs. lots w/level terrain & * Zoned OS * 1.6 Acres Ea. Southern exposure. Both lots perc. & probe tested, 1.6 ACRES 1.6 ACRES each w/150’ frontage on Churchtown Rd. Ideal custom home sites. New perimeter survey & ready to go. Lots to be sold separately. Convenient location, minutes to Honey Brook, East Earl & Churchtown. 150’ 150’ Easy access to Rts. 322, Churchtown Rd. 10 & 23. NOTE: Unique opportunity to buy wooded acreage lots without builder/ developer restrictions. Pequea Valley Schs. Personal inspection anytime. 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

Barry J. Baldwin Tom: 717-354-4651



WEDNESDAY, MAY 23 • 5 P.M. 672 S. Kinzer Ave., New Holland. Rt. 23 E. to New Holland. Right Kinzer Ave. to property on right. Just past Eastern School Rd. OR from Peters Rd. take New Holland Rd. N. Right Eastern School Rd. Right Kinzer Ave.

SAT. JUNE 9, 2018 at 9:00 AM Real Estate at 12:30 PM

EPHRATA, PA Member of PA & National Auctioneers Assoc.


LOCATED AT: 151 Koser Rd., Lititz, PA 17543


Located at: 151 Snake Ln. Kinzers, Pa. Salisbury Twp. Lancaster Co. PV Schools

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


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

sided ranch-style dwelling on a 0.22 acre lot with an attached 3 car garage. Art Pannebecker and Brad Wolf Auctioneers, Inc. THURS., JUNE 21 - 6:00 p.m. - Glenn and Amy Smith, 20 North Roberts Ave., New Holland. 140’x45’ commercial brick building, 6,030 sq. ft. total retail space, 4 one-bedroom apartments, 24 parking spaces. Martin and Rutt Auctioneers. FRI., JUNE 22 - 5:00 p.m. - Darrell and Carol Good, 546 Reading Road, East Earl. Country 3 bedroom split foyer dwell­ ing, 2 car garage, 9/10 acre rural lot. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers.


Country 1-1/2 story 4 bedroom dwelling, 3/4 acre lot. #2 - Adjoining 11 acres farmland tract. Real estate at 1:00 p.m. Personal property, antiques, farm equipment, trucks, furniture, appliances. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. TUES., JUNE 19 - 5:00 p.m. - Paul B. Hess Estate, 12 Morgan Circle, Morgan­ town. Split level 3 bedroom dwelling, garage, 1/2 acre level lot, ’05 Buick Lacrosse, mower, snowblower. Kline, Kreider and Good Auction­ eers.

DIRECTIONS: From Rt. 501 & Airport Rd. South of Lititz, travel West on W. Airport Rd. to stop sign. Turn right and property is .2 mile on left. REAL ESTATE: A level 4.6 acre Farmette zoned Light-Industrial. Property includes a 3,778 sq. ft. double sided house suitable for in-law-quarters; 7 total bedrooms; 2 full bathrooms; 2 kitchens (1 has beautiful Oak cabinetry); living & family rooms; main level laundry; 2 furnaces (both oil fired); 2 elec. meters; strong well. OUTBUILDINGS: 40’x100’ old stone & frame bank barn w/100 amp elec, second level has heat & hook-up for wood shop; wood framed truck shop w/11’ high x12’ wide door & elec.; tobacco barn w/elec.; 20’x22’ (2) car concrete block garage; 45’x18’ wooden framed storage barn (old butcher shop). AUCTIONEER NOTE: Favorable zoning for many different businesses or organizations. Would be an ideal location for both business & residence, mostly level w/access to public sewer, public water, public UGI gas, corner lot, small stream at the edge of property. All buildings could use updating. Call Manheim Township directly w/zoning questions 717-569-6406; total property taxes are approx. $6,576.00. Attorney Michael P. Kane 717-299-5251. OPEN HOUSE DATE: Saturday May 19 from 1-3 PM. Call/Text auctioneer with your questions at 717-587-8906. OFFERING 1% BROKER PARTICIPATION, YOU NEED TO REGISTER Please visit our website at for all details.

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:


1½ sty. brick dwl. w/2284 SF, eat-in kitchen w/appliances, living rm., large rec/family rm. w/Holland stone fireplace, attic storage, full bsmt. w/outside entrance, 8x14 cold cellar, oil HW heat. Outbldgs: 2 car garage/shop bldg. 22x30 w/attached 20x10 heated shop & 10x12 utility bldg., ¾ acre rural lot, lawn, garden & farmland boundary. Zoned Ag. After 47 years, owner downsizing to retirement facility & serious to sell. Low maintenance, economical & low taxes. Convenient south New Holland location. Ideal as residence or investment. Personal inspection by appointment or open house Sat., May 19 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 Roy E. Good, Jr. Sandra L. Aaron Z. Nolt McDonnell Curvin M. Terry L. Zook, Horning POA 717-733-1006 717-371-2945 AUCTIONEERS Lic. #499, #2116, #5064, #3956

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utility building, 1.2 acres. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. TUES., JUNE 26 - 5:30 p.m. - Ernest K. and Rhoda Martin, 285 Resh Road, Reinholds. Country 1 story 4 bedroom brick rancher, 3 car garage, barn/shop, 2.6 acres with stream. Tim Weaver Auction Service, LLC. TUES., JUNE 26 - 7:00 p.m. - Melvin and Miriam Nolt, 1849 Division Hwy., New Holland. Large brick 2 unit house, detached garage, .90 acre, separate utilities, great rental. Martin and Rutt Auctioneers. THURS., JUNE 28 - 2:00 p.m. - Larry E. and Eunice F. Weinhold, 309 Panorama Drive, Denver. Country 1 story rancher, 2 car garage, 1.2 acre rural lot. Real estate at 5:00 p.m. Buick Lacrosse car, guns, fishing items, approx. 200 Peanut Butter glasses, furniture. Kline, Kreider and Good Auction­ eers. THURS., JUNE 28 - 6:00 p.m. - Alan and Georgine Achey, 8865 Old 22, Bethel Township. 1.5 story alumin­ um sided dwelling on 3.75 acres, with 20x44 block/

frame garage/workshop, 14x14 and 10x16 frame storage sheds. Horst Auctioneers. FRI., JUNE 29 - 1:00 p.m. - Rebecca C. Reiter, 6236 Beaver Dam Rd., Narvon. 11.2 acre farmette, 2-1/2 story stone/log 3 bedroom farm house, bank barn 38x40, stable addition 36x96, heifer barn 36x50, 2 silos. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. FRI., JUNE 29 - 5:00 p.m. - Malinda S. Stoltzfus, 5746 Old Phila. Pike, Gap. Country 1 story rancher, 2 car garage, 2 story barn

28x42, horse stalls, shop/ garage, 1/2 acre rural lot. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. SAT., JUNE 30 - 10:00 a.m. - Richard N. and Dorcas Z. Martin, 1273 Springville Road, East Earl. 2-1/2 story 4 bedroom farm house dwelling, 1-1/2 story 2 car garage, barn 24x48, 6/10 acre lot. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. SAT., JUNE 30 - 1:00 p.m. - Robert H. Eby and Chad G. Hurst, Sandmine Road, New Holland. 4.6 acres wooded lot (custom home site, southern

“Horst Auction Center”

Location: 1040 Reading Rd., Narvon, PA 17555 (Brecknock Twp./Lanc. Co.) Directions: Just South of Bowmansville, along Rt. 625.



Sale to be held at Horst Auction Center, 50 Durlach Rd., Ephrata, PA 17522 Preview: Fri., May 18, 8:00 A.M. thru 5:00 P.M. and Sat., May 19, 7:00 A.M. throughout the sale.

276 W. Maple Grove Rd., Denver. Rt. 625 N. to Bowmansville. Left W. Maple Grove Rd. approx. 1 mile to property on right. (Brecknock Twp., Lanc. Co.)

AT 9:00 A.M.

Contemporary & Antique Folk Art, Primitives, Early China & Glassware, Pottery, Toys, Textiles, Artwork, Clocks & Instrument, Period & Antique Furniture. Catalogued listing along with photos are available on our website * Accepted Payments: Cash & PA check. Visa, MasterCard, Discover & Debit Card w/3% fee. No out of state checks without prior approval.




MONDAY, JUNE 11 at 6:30 PM LOCATED AT: 216 Hahnstown Rd., Ephrata, PA 17522


Country 1 sty. Holland stone rancher w/2246 SF finished area, eat-in kitchen w/appliances, living rm. w/bow window, stone wall & chair railing, large family rm., 3 bdrms., 2 baths, den, bonus/storage rms., laundry, full bsmt. w/ outside entrance, elec. radiant heat, attached 1 car garage & utility bldg. all on level 4/10 Acre lot w/on-site well & public sewer, rear farmland boundary. NOTE: Convenient one level rancher w/updated tile flooring, bath & family rms. Low maintenance exterior w/insulated/tilt windows. “Move in” condition & well maintained. Owners relocated & motivated to sell! Reasonable taxes. Personal inspection by appointment. 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 Roy E. Good, Jr. Aaron Z. Nolt Curvin M. Horning 717-445-4309 Lic. #499, #2116, #5064, #3956



- Real Estate 7/10 Acre +/- property w/4 Bdrm. House and 26’ x 38’ garage/horse barn. 2 Sty. house w/1,888 sq.ft., 4 bdrms., 2 full baths, eat-in kitchen, living room, den, laundry/ mudroom, basement w/outside Bilco door, front & rear porches, 2nd floor deck, patio. Oil and/ or Coal furnace forced air heat. 200 amp elec. Outbuilding: 26’x38’ garage/horse barn (built in 2011) w/18’x26’ garage/shop area w/9’x8’ O.H. door and 20’x26’ horse barn w/feed alley. All situated on 7/10 Acre +/- lot w/macadam drive. Public sewer. On-site well. Brecknock Twp. Elanco Schools. Zoned AG. NOTE: Conveniently located along Rt. 625 south of Bowmansville. Just minutes to Bowmansville, Terre Hill, East Earl. Easy Access to Turnpike, Rts. 222, 897, 272, 23, etc. Property currently occupied by tenants who are willing to stay or would make a good personal residence also. Sellers are relocating to Ohio and are serious to sell. TERMS: 10% down, settlement on or before July 16, 2018. Kling & Deibler, Attys. 717-354-7700. 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


SATURDAY, MAY 19, 2018

REAL ESTATE PUBLIC AUCTION 2 Sty., 4 Bdrm. House - 26’x38’ Garage/Horse Barn Thursday, May 17, 2018 at 6:00 P.M.

Auction for: Nathan S. and Malinda Zimmerman (717) 445-5938

6th AnnuAl northern lAncAster co. hope for hAiti Benefit Auction Saturday, May 19, 2018 @ 9:00 A.M.

Hertzog Homestead Farm, 470 W. Metzler Rd., Ephrata, PA 17522

DIRECTIONS: From Rt. 322 on East side of Ephrata, turn North on Hahnstown Rd. (at Turkey Hill). Travel 2 miles through Hahnstown square, to property on left. REAL ESTATE: A very clean 2 story Victorian Farm house w/4 bedrooms & detached shop on level 1.23 acre. House has approx. 2,200 sq. ft. and new kitchen w/granite tops; fresh paint; plank flooring; stamped concrete patio; new Gas furnace in 2014; new insulated windows in 2014; 200 amp elec.; inside of house is exceptional. DETACHED GARAGE/SHOP/STABLE is 32’x28’ plus rear addition; water & elec. hook-up; deep lean-to bay; Ephrata school district & Twp; total taxes approx. $3,794.00. Property backs up to farmland & has a HUGE backyard. Attorney Kling & Deibler 717-354-7700. OPEN HOUSE DATE: Saturday, June 2, from 1-3 PM. Call for private showing. Please visit our website 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.


For donations or more information contact one of the following; Kate Wright 914-850-2826 - Reuben Oberholtzer - 717-859-2880 Eli King Jr. - 717-989-8161 Auction Services provided by Beiler-Campbell Auctions Services & Others Auctioneers: Harold Martin AU#019488 717-738-4228 Noah Shirk AU#005928 717-354-0192 Christ Taylor AU#005421 1-888-209-6160

- Gordonville / New Holland Area -



(3) Tractors - Forklift - Cummins Diesel - Trailers Light Tower - Roller - Pick-up Carriage Hyd. Post Pounder - JD Backhoe - Shop Equipment Tools - Farm Related Items - Guns - Generators New Flower Planters - Antiques - Furniture

TUESDAY, JUNE 5, 2018 AT 8:30 A.M.

Location: 3762 Yost Road, Gordonville, PA 17529 (Lanc. Co.) Directions: Rt. 23 West of New Holland turn left onto Hollander Rd. to approx. 3 miles to turn left on Yost Rd. to auction on right. From Rt. 340 East of Intercourse to left onto Hollander Rd. to right on Yost Rd. to auction on right.

Komatsu Forklift

Cummins Diesel Skid

8x16 Trailer

See more at - #44467

Auction for: Amos & Lydia Lapp 717-354-3139


SALE AT 6:00 P.M.

Come support the auction & enjoy the day with lots of great homemade food including, Chicken BBQ, Toasted Cheeseburgers, Subs, Fresh Salad Bar, Fresh Fruit Smoothies, French Fries, Homemade Ice Cream, Funnel Cake Fries, Homemade Donuts and lots of other baked goods. Children’s activities throughout the day. Thank you for your support.


Elam Esh Amos Stoltzfus Lic.# AY2246 (717) 656-7139

THURS., MAY 17, 2018

Auctioneers Notes: Join us for the 6th Annual Hope for Haiti Benefit Auction, hosted by Hertzog Homestead. 100% of auction proceeds will benefit Paradigm Shift, an education division of Haiti Transformation and Pistos Mission, a K-8th grade Christian School, a non-denominational church, a medical clinic and a guest house for short term missions’ teams. Haitians are striving for education and need YOUR help. All Gifts and donations are tax deductible. Hope for Haiti Benefit Auction is a 501 C 3 nonprofit organization. Federal Tax ID: 82-3165435.

Michael T. & Christine D. Good 717-445-5294

Auction For:



Beautiful Handmade Quilts & Wall Hangings; Storage Sheds; 4 x 4 Hunting Blind from Ken’s Hunting Blinds; New Hand & Power Tools; Lawn & Garden Supplies; Furniture; Toys & Crafts; Collectibles; Shrubbery, Flowers & Hanging Baskets from Local Nurseries & Greenhouses; Gift & Themed Baskets; Many Gift Certificates from Numerous Restaurants & Businesses; Skid Solar Salt; Pork Halves from Local Butcher; Home Décor; Groceries and So Much More! Very brief listing, more items being added daily. Watch for more information!

FRI., JULY 27 - 5:00 p.m. - Mark L. and Thelma Musser, 5 Lost Acre Lane, Newmanstown. Custom 1 story log 5 bedroom rancher, attached garage, 2 utility buildings, detached 4 car garage 26x44, 7.75 acre wooded tract. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. SAT., AUG. 11 - 10:30 a.m. - Ervin N. Weaver Estate, 391 East Main Street, Leola. Outstanding collection of Massey Harris and Massey Ferguson tractors, combines, hit & miss engines, thresher, MF sign, primitives, collectibles. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers.



- Bowmansville Area -

7/10 ACRE +/-

exposure). Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. SAT., JUNE 30 - 3:00 p.m. - Elmer D. and Susan L. King, 154 N. Ronks Road, Ronks. Custom brick 1 story 3 bedroom rancher, 2 car garage, 2 story barn 28x46 w/3 horse stalls, 1/2 acre lot. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. THURS., JULY 12 - 5:00 p.m. - Martha M. Evans Estate, 1618 Buttercup Road, Lancaster. 1 story 3 bedroom stone/brick ranch­er, 1 car garage and utility room. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers.

Located at 91 Spruce St., Ephrata (Ephrata Boro., Lanc. Co.) From Rt. 322 (Main St.) in Ephrata, take State St. north. Turn right on Spruce St. to home on right (on the corner of Spruce and Washington). Real estate consists of a brick & aluminum sided ranch-style dwelling, built in 1954, containing a large, open, kitchen and dining room combination; a living room; three bedrooms; and a full bath all on the main level, with hardwood floors and ample closets throughout. There is approx. 1,144 sq. ft. of finished one floor living space. Attic storage above. The full basement contains the laundry with commode; plenty of storage/workshop space; and an integrated one car garage. Oil forced air heat. Central air. Public water and sewer. All this is situated on a 0.28 (+/-) acre corner lot along with off-street parking, a brick patio, and a nice side yard. This is a solid home, with replacement windows and maintenance-free exterior, conveniently located in Ephrata Boro. A little cosmetic updating would go a long way!! The seller is downsizing to a retirement community and intends to sell. You will not want to miss this excellent opportunity! Open House by appointment, contact Auctioneer at (717) 371-9603. 10% down day of sale, balance due at settlement. E. Richard Young, Att’y

Art Pannebecker & Brad Wolf Auctioneers, Inc. Lic. #: AU001476 & AU005308 717-336-6983

Terms By:



SAT., JUNE 23 - 8:30 a.m. - Samuel W. Martin Estate, 421 Durlach Road, Ephrata. 2 story house with 14’x24’ storage barn on a .92 acre lot. Real estate at 2:00 p.m. Woodworking tools, furniture, antiques, tractor, sandstone troughs, hous­hold goods. Aaron E. Martin Auction Service. SAT., JUNE 23 - 9:00 a.m. - Arlene G. Esh, 819 Narvon Road, Narvon. Country 7 acre farmette, 2-1/2 story 4 bedroom dwelling, 2 car garage, barn, fenced pasture, stream, wooded. Real estate at 1:00 p.m. Personal property, antiques/primitives, furni­ ture, coins, guns. Kline, Kreider and Good Auction­ eers. MON., JUNE 25 - 5:00 p.m. - Ivan S. and Ruth Z. Zimmerman, 1344 Spring­ ville Road, East Earl. Country 1 story rancher, 2 car garage, 1 acre lot. Kline, Kreider and Good Auction­ eers. TUES., JUNE 26 - 5:00 p.m. - Mervin W. and Ada Lynn Dienner, 5565 Stras­ burg Road, Gap. Country raised rancher, garage, 1-1/2 story barn/garage 24x36,



135 Weidmansville Rd., Ephrata. Rt. 322 W. of Ephrata just past Sharp Shopper. Right Weidmansville Rd. to house on right.

Rancher w/3048 SF, eat-in kitchen w/appliances, dining/family rm., large living rm., 3 bdrms., 2½ baths, laundry, large lower level family/rec rm. 28x34 w/fireplace, 2nd kitchen w/appliances, 2nd laundry & bath, full bsmt. w/walk out entrance, oil HW & heat pump w/central AC, central vac, 2 car gar. & covered deck. Heated shop/gar. 24x28 w/elec. & water. 1.14 ACRE level lot w/2 driveways, public water & sewer. Zoned R2. Potential sub division of lot w/public water & sewer laterals to future subdivided lot. Owners downsizing & serious to sell. Spacious rancher. A “must see” to appreciate. Convenient location overlooking farmland. Personal inspection by appointment or open house Sat., May 26, June 2 & 9 from 1 to 4 PM. For brochure or land plotting visit www.klinekreidergood. com. 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


Mabel M. Martin (Mrs. John W. Martin) David L. Martin, POA: 717-587-7995

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See Full Ad In-Store or On-Line for 50+ more Sale Items! Specials Effective May 16 - 23, 2018.


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Sweet & Hot Italian Pork Sausage 2.28lb FROZEN, 16/20CT, 2LB BAG


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58¢ lb $2.98 1/2 Peck

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78¢ lb

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The Shopping News of Lancaster County