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Boccabella Celebrating Life To The Fullest At 100 Years Old

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Do You Know...? Page 4A Biblical Message ............. 18A Births.................................... 15A Crossword Puzzle......... 16A “Happy Birthday”.......... 15A Obituaries ............................2A Professor Beam’s “Deitsch Eck”......................4A Things To Do ................... 16A

Section B “Pieces From The Past” Featuring The Terre Hill Historical Society Page 1B

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Peter “Pete” Boccabella, a resident of Keystone Villa, recently celebrated a very special birthday with family and friends. Mr. Boccabella

celebrated his 100th birthday on Wednesday, June 29. When asked what his secret to longevity is, he replied, “Just keep moving!”

Pete shared that his best day ever was getting married to his wife Tillie in 1944 in Washington, D.C. His wife passed away in 2018 at 92

Shopping News Photo by Donald Reese years old, and at that point, and flew Piper Cubs and they had been married for biplanes, and he also served 74 years. stateside during WWII Pete served in the Navy (Continued On Page 2A)

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Bible-learning experiences, team-building games and more! Shown in photo ready for a “Monumental” experience, are (left to right) Luke Benigno, Jordan Sanchez,

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were among the very first of the initial three founders at Keystone Villa. Pete cherishes his family, which includes a son and daughter- (Continued From Page 1A) (Continued From Page 1A) in-law along with three families attending the pro­ in both Charlottesville, grandchildren and eight gram. Holy Trinity thanks Virginia, and Emmitsburg, great grandchildren. The New Cloister Restaurant Maryland. After leaving the for providing one of the Pete is shown proudly service, Pete worked for the meals. postal service for 33 years displaying a family portrait To register your children, until his retirement. and a special state citation He and his wife Tillie from Senator Ryan Aument. or for more information, call the church office at 717-7334134. On-site registration will also be held each evening of the Vacation

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Anne M. Slater (née Canty), age 91 of Wilmington, DE, passed away on July 6, 2022. Born in Philadelphia, she was the daughter of the late William and Marian Canty. Anne graduated from Notre Dame Catholic High School in Moylan and Millersville University with a degree in library science. Following


Jean G. Herr, 93, Lititz, passed away on Sunday, July 3. She was the wife of the late Roy Herr. She is survived by a son, Eric Herr, Raleigh, North Carolina; four daughters: Jo Ellen McLaughlin, Ellicott City, Maryland; Carol Baker, wife of Charles Thornton, Pennsylvania; Heidi Deyton, wife of Raymond, Ellicott City, Maryland; and Lynda Bennet, wife of James, State College; 12 grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; a brother, Richard “Sky” Grubb; and three sisters: Mary Fairbanks; Mildred Whitman; and Dorothy Wanamaker. Joan (Joann) Dever, 80, wife of John (Jack) Dever,

college, Anne worked briefly as a librarian. She was employed by Cigna in later years. Anne enjoyed attending auctions in Lancaster County, collecting quilts and was an avid reader. Anne was predeceased by her husband David K. Slater; daughter, Elizabeth Miller; as well as a brother, William A Canty. She is survived by her sister, Marian Kessler; brother, John Canty; as well 7 nieces and nephews and many great nieces and nephews. Services: Private In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions can be made to Chestnut Ridge Assisted Living, 2700 Chestnut Pkwy, Wallingford, PA 19086.

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June L. Kuzniar, 83, of Denver, passed away on Monday, July 11, 2022, at Fairlane Gardens Nursing and Rehabilitation of Reading. She was born in Ephrata to the late Nelson E. and Esther R. (Bennethum) Imhoff and was the wife of the late Carl Kuzniar. June was a teacher’s aide for Grandview Heights Christian Academy and attended the Golden Years Club at Ephrata Rec Center. She loved card games, was an avid reader, and enjoyed jigsaw puzzles. She also enjoyed family get-togethers, especially at Christmas. June is survived by two daughters: Candy, wife of


Ephrata, passed away on Tuesday, July 5. Besides her husband, she is survived by five sons: John, Ephrata; Joseph, husband of Lisa, Sparks, Maryland; Jim, husband of Sonja, Akron; Jeffrey, husband of Gretchen, Lititz; and Jason, Ephrata; 11 grandchildren; and four greatgrandchildren. Darlene S. Henly, 92, Masonic Homes, formerly of Lititz, passed away on Wednesday, July 6. She was the wife of the late Robert L. Henly. She is survived by a son, Timothy J., husband of Carolyn Henly, Maidens, Virginia; two daughters: Margaret A. Henly, wife of


Eugene Kennedy, Doylestown, and Susan H., wife of Scott Phillips, Yardley; five grandchildren; one greatgrandchild; and two brothers; Charles, husband of Pam Shenenberger, Lititz, and James, husband of Margaret Shenenberger, New Holland. Carol V. May, 75, wife of Douglas W. May, Narvon,

Jim Ludwig, and Penny, wife of Wayne Duke, both of Stevens; eight grandchildren; 15 great-grandchildren; and three siblings: Donna, wife of David Rineer of Quarryville; Gloria, wife of Fred Barlow of Tower City; and Larry, husband of Barbara Imhoff of Lititz. In addition to her husband and parents, she was preceded in death by her son, Ricky Carl Kuzniar. Services were held in Mt. Zion Evangelical Cemetery. Arrangements by Stradling Funeral Homes, Inc., Akron/Ephrata. Online condolences can be given at stradlingfuneralhome.com.

passed away on Thursday, July 7. Besides her husband, she is survived by a daughter, Denise May-Witmer, Narvon; three stepsons: Francis May, Florida; Kenneth May, Akron; and Wendell May, Narvon; 11 grandchildren; 23 great-grandchildren; two great-great-grandchildren; a brother, Donald Dollar, Oxford; and two sisters: Annie Gobble, Virginia, and Linda Sue Dollar, Kennett Square. Theodore F. “Ted” McCoy, 87, husband of Thelma (Landis) McCoy, Lititz, passed away on Friday, July 8. Besides his wife, he is survived by two sons: Thomas N. McCoy, husband of Lisa, and Terry E. McCoy, husband of Kristine; five

grandchildren; a brother, Darvin McCoy, husband of Judy Drager McCoy; and a sister, Dawn Spang. Laura Ann Frey, 58, wife of Mike, Lititz, passed away on Saturday, July 9. Besides her husband, she is survived by her parents, Tina and Tom Bush; two sons: Stephen and Eric; a brother, John Bush, husband of Heather; and a sister, Melissa (Bush) Ziel, wife of Steve. John Mark King, 32, Leola, passed away on Saturday, July 9. He is survived by his parents, Amos H. and Mary F. Stoltzfus King; four brothers: Michael and Daniel, both of Lancsater, and Joshua and Matthew, (Continued On Page 5A)

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The community is invited to enjoy 200+ cars, trucks, motorcycles, rat rods, and semi-trucks at Petra’s 13th Annual Cruise In on Sunday, July 31, from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m., rain or shine. Food and beverages will be available for purchase throughout the afternoon. This is a family-oriented event featuring music, door prizes, and lots of fun! Admission is free. Petra is located at 565 Airport Road, New Holland, about a mile south of Route 23 by way of Kinzer Avenue or Ranck Road. For more information, visit www.petra.church/events or call the church at 717-3545394.

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Der Dokder’s dankbaar fer Grankheit, Des is so hatt fer glaawe. Der Dieb is froh fer en Schlissel doh, Dann kann er dei Haus raawe. Der Lehrer, er is dankbaar, As Kinner lanne misse. Der Drucker is dankbaar aa, Leit gleiche alles wisse. Er macht der Blackschmitt lache, Wann Geil ihr Schuh abschmeisse. Der Schneider, er is dankbaar, Wann die Leit ihr Gleeder reisse. Der Geiger, er is dankbaar as, So viel Leit gleiche danze. Der Verdillyer is froh Fer en Haus voll fedde Wanse. As die Haar so schtarick waxe, Mache der Ballwierer froh. Un der Garwer, der is frehlich Fer dode Vieh. Ya, des is so! Der Schuhmacher, der kann lache, Wann er denkt, datt in seim Haus Wie der Geiger Leit macht danze Sell waert schnell Schuhsohle aus! Un der Schreiner, der is hallich, As die Weibsleit welle all En nei Haus fer sich abzuweisse Un der Bauer braucht en Schtall. (Continued On Page 6A)

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West Earl Lions Award Scholarships

(Continued From Page 3A)

both at home; three sisters: Rose, wife of John Stoltzfus, Narvon; Linda Joy, at home; and Laura King, at home; and a grandmother, Barbara Stoltzfus, Leola. Fannie L. Beiler, 97, Leola, passed away on Sunday, July 10. She was the wife of the late Ephraim J. Glick and the late Jacob Beiler. She is survived by six sons: Alvin, husband of Sarah; Reuben, husband of Priscilla; Elam, husband of Anna; Lloyd, husband of Anna Mary; Elmer Glick; and Sylvan Glick; a daughter, Lydia Mae, wife of Leon Stoltzfus; four stepsons: Mark, husband of Sara; Andrew, husband of Ada; Benjamin, husband of Priscilla; and Alvin Beiler; four step-daughters: Martha; Mary Anne, wife of Jacob; Sadie Mae, wife of Leroy Stoltzfus; and Catherine, wife of Mervin Zook; two brothers: Jonathan, husband of Phyllis King, and Amos, husband of Phyllis King; three sisters: Mary Fisher; Anna Glick; and Esther Courtney; a step-brother, Ezra Beiler; and six stepsisters: Lizzie Beiler; Lydia Esch; Rachel Smoker; Naomi Beiler; Lizzie Zook; and Annie Esh. She was preceded in death by three sons: Christian, Leon David and Henry, and a grandchild. Mircea C. Grijincu, 72, husband of Lyubov M. (Hrishka) Grijincu, Lititz,

The West Earl Lions Club recently awarded scholarships to three seniors from Conestoga Valley High School, something the Club has been active in for many years. Shown in the photo, from left to right, are presenter Lion Brad Kiel, scholarship receivers: Bailey Raeburn, Brooke Roschel and presenter Lion Rick Crouse. Absent from the presentation was senior Matthew Scholly. passed away on Monday, July 11. Besides his wife, he is survived by seven children; five grandchildren; and six siblings. Mary A. Schlabach, 85, Ephrata, passed away on Monday, July 11.

She was the wife of the late Samuel Schlabach. She is survived by two sons: James Schlabach, hus­ band of Juanita (Yutzy), and Mark Schlabach, husband of Joann (Mast); a daughter, Erma, wife of Ervin Miller; 15 grandchildren; 32 great-

grandchildren; a brother, Abe Yoder Jr., husband of Alma, Sugarcreek, Ohio; and three sisters: Barbara Troyer, Dover, Ohio; Martha Yoakam, Dover, Ohio; and Erma Zoon, Arcadia, Florida. Ralph Firestine, 89,

husband of Betty Firestine, Stevens, passed away on Tuesday, July 12. Besides his wife, he is survived by four sons: Greg, husband of Laurie, Rocky River, Ohio; Tim, husband of Deb, Darnestown, Maryland; Curt, husband of Anita, Downingtown; and Shawn, Harrisburg; and seven grandchildren. Vera H. Wolgemuth Ginder, 86, Lititz, passed away on Tuesday, July 12. She was the wife of the late J. Becker Ginder. She is survived by four daughters: Linda, wife of John Shenk, Lititz; Lucy, wife of Julian Rittenhouse, Greenbank, West Virginia; Louise, wife of Todd Graybill, Pottstown; and Lynette, wife of Wayne Ferguson, Troutville, Vir­ ginia; 11 grandchildren; and 14 great-grandchildren.

1. Is the book of Bethany in the Old Testament or New Testament or neither? 2. Which woman was chosen to be queen through a beauty pageant, destined to reign for the rest of her life? Bathsheba, Tahpenes, Jezebel, Esther 3. From Romans 16, Paul described what devout woman as “our sister”? Rachel, Deborah, Martha, Phoebe 4. Where was the longest epistle of Paul sent? Rome, Joppa, Gibeon, Nazareth 5. In Genesis 3:4, who/what told the first lie? Adam, Eve, Serpent, Cain 6. From Acts 8, Candace was Queen of the ...? Israelites, Ethiopians, Gadites, Ephesians ANSWERS: 1) Neither; 2) Esther (2:2-18); 3) Phoebe; 4) Rome; 5) Serpent; 6) Ethiopians Sharpen your understanding of scripture with Wilson’s Casey’s latest book, “Test Your Bible Knowledge,” available in bookstores and online. © 2021 King Features Synd., Inc.

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The farmer he is thankful for His many fruits and vegetables. The farmer’s wife is thankful for The sound of little feet.

Es Pennsilfaanisch Deitsch Eck

The butcher and the baker They are glad for appetites. The lawyer is glad for trouble, Then he will help you with it.

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.

The doctor is thankful for sickness, This is hard to believe. The thief is glad for a key here, Then he can rob your house.

(Continued From Page 4A)

Es macht der Miller lusdich, Wann er denkt vun hungrich Vieh. Un der Watt, er is yo dankbaar: Mannsleit gleiche “Kefferbrieh!”

The teacher he is thankful That children must learn. The printer is thankful also That people like to know everything.

So, mei Freind, antwatt mei Frog! Saag was dich dann lache macht! Saag mir: ferwas bischt du dankbaar? Not wees ich gut was du schaffscht.

December 5, 1984 Reasons To Be Thankful What makes you happy, good friend? What makes others glad? For every different person Then there is a reason. The things that make me feel good, The things that please me, Naturally are quite different From what some value.


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The cobbler he can smile When he thinks here in his house How that fiddler makes the people dance That quickly wears out shoe soles.



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On January 2, an envelope from Gladys S. Martin, R. 3, Ephrata was postmarked in Lancaster en route to our house. Two poems, Ursach Fer Dankbaar Sei and Der Zaahne Dokder, were enclosed with a note which informed us that Ursach had already been written on December 5 and Der Zaahne Dokder had been completed in March of 1984. Der Zaahne Dokder will be coming your way next week. Gladys was wrestling with the word exterminator in the dialect. Since this type of extermination was unknown years ago, we have to assume that there was no such word in Dutch. Gladys suggested two new words: either Vertilgener or Wegschaffener. We changed her first word to Vergillyer (from the verb verdillye meaning: to get rid of; to exterminate). Do any of our readers have better suggestions? We like Ursach very much. In it the poet employs terms one is hearing less and less these days. She is to be congratulated for a job well done. All we needed to do was to iron out around the edges a bit. Sell is all. Tune in next week for Der Zaahne Dokder. March 13, 1985 En Bischli-Gnippli as aa en Lehrer is

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Friendly Circle Meeting

The Friendly Circle held its July meeting on Tuesday, July 12 at Akron Church of the Brethren. President John Rice welcomed everyone. Bonnie Fry and James Schlemmer greeted 72 members and three guests. The theme song, “The More We Get Together” was sung, followed by “The Pledge of Allegiance” and “God Bless America” with

James Kimmel accomp­ anying on the piano. Mr. Kimmel has been a teacher in the Ephrata School District for 39 years. He also had the members singing along with some patriotic songs, “Grand Old Flag,” “America the Beautiful,” “Battle Hymn of the Republic” and “Oh Beautiful for Spacious Skies” to celebrate the 4th of July. A moment of silence was held for deceased member Bob Groome. The minutes of the June meeting were read by Secretary Libby Rupp and Treasurer Debbie Moyer gave the Treasurer’s report.

Pat Bunting led the singing for 12 July birthdays and three July anniversaries: Barry and Libby Rupp, 55 years; Tom and Darlene Truitt, 54 years; and Ben and Polly Gunzenhauser, 55 years. President Rice led them in prayer and also gave the blessing before the picnic lunch. After their delicious picnic lunch made by the kitchen committee, bingo was played. Everyone had a great time according to the chatter and laughter filling the room. The winners received prizes put together by Priscilla Rice and donated

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The Eastern Lancaster County Library is located at 11 Chestnut Drive, New Holland. Their hours are Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday, 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m., and Tuesday, Friday, and Saturday 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Oceans of Possibilities: Summer Reading 2022 runs now through Saturday, August 13, and features a reading challenge with prizes for completing it, special events, and more! Visit the library or go to https://elancolibrary.org/ summer-reading-2022/ for more information or to sign up. For all ages. Visit www.elancolibrary. org for library events, happenings, and offerings. Call 717-354-0525 or email adagostino@elancolibrary. org with questions. All of their electronic resources (including their e-book and e-audio

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Volunteering As An Older Adult Many parents feel in­ volving their children in volunteering at an early age can have a profound, longlasting impact on their kids. But youngsters are not the only ones who can reap great rewards from volunteering, as studies show that men and women at, beyond or approaching retirement age also benefit greatly from volunteer work. Research from the Corporation for National and Community Service found that more than 20 million older adults contributed in excess of three billion hours of community service time each year from 2011 to 2013. The reasons why older adults volunteer are varied, but in its 2014

survey the AARP’s Experience Corps found that 97 percent of its volunteers indicated that their volunteer work with the organization gave them a sense of purpose. Older adults who want to volunteer but have little or no history with volunteering might not know where to begin with regard to finding the right opportunity. The right fit can make all the difference for volunteers and the people they help, and the following tips might help older adults as they look for an opportunity that best utilizes their skills and experience. • Know your schedule. Older adults who are still working but want to volunteer may have a firm grasp on their schedules, but even retirees should not overestimate how much time they have to volunteer. Before you begin to look for an opportunity, write down your commitments

and daily schedule, using this list to determine how much free time you have to volunteer. Some oppor­ tunities require greater time commitments than others, so make sure you know just how much time you can devote to an opportunity before signing up. • Give due consideration to your experience. Older adults who have retired or are on the cusp of retirement have a lifetime of experi­ ence they can use to help others. Imparting wisdom learned in your professional life can provide a sense of purpose and even make you feel as though you are still actively involved in the industry where you built your professional rep­ utation. But life experience can also prove invaluable in vol­ unteering oppor­ tunities. Mentoring pro­ grams give volunteers the chance to help young people, and such oppor­ tunities can involve more

than just offering professional ad­vice. • Don’t downplay the significance of certain opportunities. Volunteering opportunities come in many variations, and each is significant in its own right. Coaching a grandchild’s soccer team can have as significant an impact on the people you help as other volunteering opportunities. Volunteers offer their time because they have a passion to help others, and that help can be given in a myriad of ways. • Leave time for the rest of your life. Volunteering is a selfless act, and volunteers are the backbone of many successful charitable organizations. But older men and women should

leave time for the rest of their lives as well. Retirement should be fulfilling but also include time for recreation, so don’t downplay how important hobbies are to you in an attempt to find more time to volunteer. No retiree wants to grow resentful of his or her volunteer work because it leaves little time for other pursuits, so do your best to balance your charitable endeavors with the other things in life that matter to you. Finding the right vol­ unteer opportunity can make all the difference for older men and women who want to give back to their communities.

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“Let food be thy medicine” is a quote attributed to Hippocrates, the ancient scholar considered to be the father of modern medicine. The saying relates to the notion that what people put in their bodies can heal and/ or prevent certain conditions. For seniors with medicine cabinets full of over-thecounter and prescription medications, the idea of relying predominantly on food to promote optimal health may be tempting, and various foods can be (Continued On Page 14A)





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Important Things You Should Know Before Drafting A Living Will

During the prime of their lives, people typically don’t give much thought to scenarios in which they become ill or are facing the end of life. Sickness and mortality are not easy conversations to have, but it is important for everyone to approach these heavy topics with close family members so that individuals can rest easy knowing their needs will be met if or when their health falters. An advanced healthcare directive — also known as a living will — is a legal document in which a person lists the specifics of medical care and comfort actions they desire should the individual no longer be able to make decisions for themselves due to illness or incapacity. The legal advice resource Legal Zoom says the

living will may list certain things, such as whether life support is desired or if pain medication should be administered. A living will

should not be confused with a traditional will, which is a legal document that explains wishes for financial and personal assets after a person dies. Living wills also differ from living trusts, which address how assets will be managed if a person

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in setting up a living will. You can download a free template from any number of online legal sources. Local hospitals often have forms as well, which can be notarized for only a few dollars. These forms are generally comprehensive and can help you answer all the questions and write in specifics. • Have you selected a trusted person to carry out wishes? A health care proxy, according to the American Bar Association, is a person appointed by you with the authority to make decisions for you if you are unable to express your preferences for medical treatment. Together with the living will, the health care proxy, also called a durable medical power of attorney, can fulfill your wishes accordingly. A living will is an important component of medical and estate planning.

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5 Ways To Protect Hearing Every Day

The saying “you don’t know what you’ve got ‘til it’s gone” is never more true than in regard to hearing. It’s easy to take hearing for granted, but even momentary hearing loss can highlight how vital it is to protect hearing. People rely on headphones or ear buds to listen to music, stream movies or participate in work-related meetings more than ever before. Having the volume too loud can contribute to hearing loss over time. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says five in 10 young people listen to their music or other audio too loudly. Overall, 48 million people in the United States have trouble hearing in one or both of their ears. Johns Hopkins Medical Center reports approximately 15 percent of adults 18 years of age or older report some trouble hearing, and the risk of hearing problems increases with age.

Once it’s gone, hearing cannot be restored in many cases. To protect hearing and guard against future hearing loss, consider these recommendations. 1. Ask for a baseline hearing test. It’s easier to measure hearing loss if there is a baseline by which it can be measured. During your annual physical, ask for a hearing test or a referal to an audiologist. This can set the course for monitoring progression of any future hearing loss. 2. Wear hearing protection.

There are various types of hearing protection that can filter out certain levels of sound. Many earplugs, like the ones musicians wear or those worn when attending rock concerts, can reduce the sound by approximately 25 dB. Custom fit ear plugs provide more noise reduction, in upwards of 35 to 40 dB. They are optimal for high-noise environments, such as when mowing lawns or operating machinery, according to the hearing loss resource Hearts for Hearing.

3. Turn down the volume. Experts recommend adhering to the 60/60 rule when enjoying audio through headphones. This suggestion is to listen with the headphones at no more than 60 percent volume for no more than 60 minutes a day. Earbuds fit directly next to the eardrum and can be harmful to your hearing. If possible, choose over-theear headphones instead. 4. Have custom molds made. Rather than turning up the volume, people can

have custom ear molds made for use with earphones, suggests Johns Hopkins. The custom ear molds will block outside noise, allowing for higher quality listening. 5. Keep your ears dry. Moisture in the ear can cause bacteria to grow and potentially lead to infections. Towel-dry ears gently after

showering or swimming. Avoid the temptation to use cotton swabs to dry the ears. For the most part, ears are self-cleaning, and using a cotton swab can push wax and cause it to become compacted in the ear canal. In addition to these tips, discussing hearing health with a doctor is a wise idea.

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Strategies To Help You Cut Costs During Retirement

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Heart disease can affect anyone. While it was once mistakenly considered a man’s disease, since 1984, more women than men have died each year from heart disease. Myths abound with regard to heart disease and heart attack risk. One myth is that a person who has heart disease should avoid all exercise. However, cardiologists advise that physical activity can help to strengthen the heart, which will improve blood flow to the brain and organs. Those who want to exercise should speak with their doctors about which types of exercise are right for them. In the interim, begin with some low-intensity walking, as this is usually a safe, low-impact way to improve health.

The average person will spend more than 50 years in the employment sector. As retirement draws closer, many professionals begin to daydream about giving up the commute and having more time to pursue their personal interests. Even if planning for retirement has been many years in the making, it can take some time for a person to become acclimated to having less income. According to data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, “older households,” which are defined as those run by someone age 65 and older, spent an average of $45,756 in 2016, or roughly $3,800 a month. That’s roughly $1,000 less than the monthly average spent by typical American households.

Housing, transportation, health care, and food are some of the biggest bills retirees will have to account for. Aiming to have savings in addition to any other retirement income or government subsidy coming in to cover that amount is a step in the right direction. Retirees can make their money go further if they take inventory of their spending and make some cuts where possible. • Know where your money is going. It’s impossible to save without knowing what your expenses are each month. Many people are surprised to learn how much little things add up over the course of a month. For example, spending $4 for a take-out coffee each

• Take advantage of senior discounts. Take advantage of the many discounts that are offered to seniors. Retirees can usually save on restaurants, travel, groceries, and much more by simply shopping on specific days or verifying their age when checking out. • Purchase less expensive life insurance. According Cheapism, a site that advises consumers about how to be more frugal, the chief purpose of life insurance is day can quickly become an choose Medicare Supple- to replace income to ensure expensive luxury. Add all ment Insurance plans to help the financial security of expenses and see where you reduce out-of-pocket health dependents in the event of can trim, especially if there’s care costs. Medicare Parts death. Retirees may have A and B only cover some a deficit each month. of your health care costs. no dependents and little • Consider extra health Supplemental insurance income. Therefore, a large care. In the United States, can cover some of the costs life insurance policy may Medicare participants can not covered by original not be necessary, especially medicare, like copayments, if you’ve already set aside deductibles and coinsurance, funds to cover funeral costs. according to AARP. • Pay off a mortgage. • Pare down on possess- Housing is many people’s ions. Take inventory of what most substantial expense. you have and scale back Paying off a mortgage can where possible. If you are no free up more money each longer commuting to work, month and allow retirees you may be able to become to spend their golden years a one-car household. Down- doing as they please. your residence can An Affordable andsizing Worry-Free Lifestyle As retirement nears, help seniors avoid spending Ephrata Manor is a Continuing Care Retirement that provides the affordability and employ various adults can tooCommunity much of their retirement independence of one or two bedroom apartment the “peace of mind” knowing that to reduce their strategies timeliving and with money maintaining Kitchenexpenses. medical assistance is available 24 hours a daytheir if needed. Rentals include: • Equipped homes. monthly










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How Seniors Can Simplify Their Everyday Tasks And Maintain Independence The ability to perform everyday tasks is something many people take for granted. But as men and women approach or exceed retirement age, many may start to struggle with chores and tasks they have performed for decades. Physical limitations are a common side effect of aging. But such limitations do not have to prove too big a hurdle for seniors to clear. In fact, there are many ways for seniors to simplify everyday tasks while maintaining their independence. • Embrace technology. Even the proudest Luddites cannot deny technology’s potential to make seniors’ lives easier. Seemingly simple tasks like shopping for groceries and vacuuming a home can be difficult for seniors with dwindling or limited mobility. But seniors with Internet access in their homes can order their groceries online and then pick them up in-store or have them delivered, saving them the trouble of walking around the store. Autono-

mous vacuum cleaners have removed the need to use traditional vacuum cleaners. Certain autonomous vacuums employ sensors to detect dirty spots on the floor, and these vacuums can even be programmed to clean the home while residents are out of the house. • Upgrade bathrooms. Tasks associated with personal hygiene also tend to be taken for granted until they become difficult. But a few simple bathroom alterations can help seniors safely navigate the bathrooms in their homes so they can maintain their personal hygiene without fear of injury. Grab bars can be installed on shower walls so seniors can safely get in and out of their showers and bathtubs. Such bars are both effective and inexpensive, and some do not even require any drilling to install. Specialty grab bars, tub grips and tub transfer benches are just a few additional products that can make bathing easier for

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particularly useful to the 50-and-over demographic. According to the World Health Organization, poor diet is a major contributor to many of the diseases that affect older people. Poor diet has been connected to the development of diabetes, and degenerative diseases such as osteoporosis also may be linked to the foods ones eat. The National Council for Aging Care says micronutrient deficiency is often a problem among the aging due to factors like lack of variety in diet and reduced

food intake. Eating a variety of foods can provide all of the nutrients people need to stay healthy as they get older. Certain foods may be particularly helpful. • Brain-friendly foods: Foods such as avocado, leafy vegetables, sunflower seeds, blueberries, and salmon are good sources of vitamin E, antioxidants, omega-3 fatty acids, and other nutrients that may help ward off dementias like Alzheimer’s disease, advises Sonas Home Health Care. • Anti-inflammatory foods: Foods rich in omega-3 fatty acids may help prevent inflammation that can cause cancer and rheumatoid arthritis. Aging. com says foods that are high in omega-3 fatty acids, like salmon, should be consumed

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Landis Homes recently announced Seunga (Ellie) Park as the 2022 Art Student Scholarship Award recipient. Her artwork was selected by the resident art committee to hang at the retirement community. Ellie, who was born in Hanam-Si, South Korea and moved to the United States in eighth grade, created the winning piece titled ‘Adults Learned from Children.’ “While I spent time teaching children as a volunteer at a Korean culture school, there were many things to learn from them,” Ellie explains. “Children have no prejudice and hold pure eyes for the world. Through this artwork, I created this with the hope that these big children would shine in a desolate city and that colors come to life wherever they are.” Ellie’s family, who all

immigrated to America this February, include her parents and two brothers. She will graduate in June as a member of the Lancaster Mennonite class of 2022. “After my graduation, I plan to go to Pratt Institute in Brooklyn, New York,” says Ellie. “I hope to learn

about art society and build my art foundation based in New York. LMS Art and Photography Teacher Brookye Keeney said, “Ellie is a delightful student who has consistently engaged in class work and held herself to high standards, which is evident in

the quality of her work. She has a wide range of artistic talents including music and dance. Her strong faith and desire to connect with other Korean Americans, especially sharing Korean culture with adoptees, is inspiring to me.” Each year since 1995, Landis Homes selects a piece of artwork from the Lancaster Mennonite High School Spring Fine Arts Festival to become part of a permanent art collection on the retirement community campus. In return for the work, Landis Homes contributes to the Lancaster Mennonite School art department and to the student to support their future education.

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July 20 Ava Rose Garrett, 3, daughter of Andrew and Ashley Garrett, Lititz. Alisha Beth Musser, 10, daughter of Jerald and Delores Musser, Newmanstown, granddaughter of Marlin and MaryJane Musser, Stevens. Jameson Wade Horst, 4, son of Loren and Elizabeth Horst, East Earl. July 21 Amber Martin, 4, daughter of Jerry and Abby Martin, Ephrata. Amber Faith Zimmerman, 7, daughter of Marlin and Kaylene Zimmerman, Stevens. July 24 Adrianna M. Horning, 5, daughter of Lamar and Irene Horning, East Earl. Brysen Layne Martin, 7, son of Gerald and Rosene Martin, Stevens. Kadrian Brant Zeiset, 8, son of Ferlin and Lisa Zeiset, East Earl.

Janelle N. Zimmerman, 11, daughter of Wilmer and Lena Mae Zimmerman, Lititz. Sarah Beth Zimmerman, 11, daughter of Matthew and Rachel Zimmerman, New Holland. July 25 Kordell Alex Brubacker, 2, son of Barry and Sadie Brubacker, El Dorado Springs, grandson of Ray and Delores Brubacker, Ephrata, and Eugene and Marie Martin, Ephrata. Joshlyn Kade Horning, 6, son of Alson and Joanne Horning, Ephrata. Carl Martin Weaver, 2, son of Philip and Lois Weaver, New Holland. July 26 Austin L. Zimmerman, 7, son of Clair and Alta Jean Zimmerman, East Earl.

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THURS., JULY 21 - The Ephrata-Reading Elks, 170 Akron Rd., Ephrata, will hold Bingo at 6:30 p.m. Kitchen is open. All welcome. For more info., call 717-738-0920. THURS., JULY 21 Ephrata Community Meals will be held at Bethany U.C.C., 140 East Main St., Ephrata. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. Meal served at 6:00 p.m. Dine-in only. For more info., call Tina at 484-7980155. THURS., JULY 21 - Real Life Community Services will hold Thinking Thurs­ days! - “Arts and Crafts” (Hands on Activities), from 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at the Lighthouse Community Center, 239 Main St., Den­ ver. For more info., call 717336-7797. FRI., JULY 22 - The Stevens Fire Company, 91 Stevens Rd., Stevens, will hold Bingo, from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. For more info.,

call 717-336-4200. SAT., JULY 23 - Free Lunch at City Gate, 100 East Main St., Ephrata, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. or while supplies last. SAT., JULY 23 - The Ephrata-Reading Elks, 170 Akron Rd., Ephrata, will host Open Mic, from 7:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. Kitchen is open. All welcome. For more info., call 717-7380920. SUN., JULY 24 - City Gate’s Evening of Praise in the Park will be held at Thomas Grater Park, 300 Cocalico St., Ephrata, from 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. There will be worship, free food and fun. Everyone is wel­ come. Bring blankets or lawn chairs. SUN., JULY 24 - Music in the Grove featuring the “Mike Hertzog Trio” will be held at St. John Center Lutheran Church, 599 Reading Rd., East Earl, from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. All ages event. Bring lawn chairs. Refreshments available. SUN., JULY 24 - The Ephrata-Reading Elks, 170 Akron Rd., Ephrata, will hold Bingo at 6:30 p.m. Kitchen is open. All welcome. For more info., call 717-738-0920. SUN., JULY 24 - The

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SUN., JULY 31 Hahnstown United Zion Church, 900 Glenwood Dr., Ephrata, will host Roland and Ryan Zimmerman at 6:30 p.m. for an evening of gospel music. Concert will be held outside, weather permitting. Bring lawn chairs. For more info., call Harvey and Grace Sauder at 717-572-8394. SUN., JULY 31 - Music in the Grove featuring “Chest­ nut Ridge” will be held at St. John Center Lutheran Church, 599 Reading Rd., East Earl, from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. All ages event. Bring lawn chairs. Refresh­ ments available. SUN., JULY 31 - The Ephrata-Reading Elks, 170 Akron Rd., Ephrata, will hold Bingo at 6:30 p.m. Kitchen is open. All welcome. For more info., call 717-738-0920. MON., AUGUST 1 - 4 Our Kids Bingo - Gift Card and Basket Bingo, will be held at the Ephrata Amvets, 614 South State St., Ephrata. Doors open at 12:00 noon. Bingo starts at 1:00 p.m. Bingo, food, 50/50 raffle and door prizes. For more info., call Barb at 717-471-7290. SAT., AUGUST 6 - City Gate, 100 East Main St., Ephrata, will hold a Free

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Land at 6:30 p.m. for an evening of gospel music. Concert will be held outside, weather permitting. Bring lawn chairs. For more info., call Harvey and Grace Sauder at 717-572-8394. SUN., AUGUST 7 - The Ephrata-Reading Elks, 170 Akron Rd., Ephrata, will hold Bingo at 6:30 p.m. All welcome. Kitchen is open. For more info., call 717738-0920. SUN., AUGUST 7 Music in the Grove featuring “Heart & Soul” will be held at St. John Center Lutheran Church, 599 Reading Rd., East Earl, from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. All ages event. Bring lawn chairs. Refreshments available. TUES., AUGUST 9 United Zion Retirement Community will hold their 2022 Annual Car and Motorcycle Cruise from 6:00 p.m. until dark at Lancaster Evangelical Free Church, 419 Pierson Rd., Lititz. The event is open to all vehicles and is free to the public. For more info., visit their website at www.uzrc. org. THURS., AUGUST 11 The Ephrata-Reading Elks, 170 Akron Rd., Ephrata, will hold Bingo at 6:30 p.m. All welcome. Kitchen is

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ing “Rick Lee and Potter Clay” will be held at St. John Center Lutheran Church, 599 Reading Rd., East Earl, from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. All ages event. Bring lawn chairs. Refresh­ ments available. TUES., AUGUST 16 Concerts by the Creek, “Start Making Sense” Talking Heads Tribute concert. 6:30 p.m. in Grater Community Park. Food trucks on-site. Rain or shine. Sponsored by the Borough of Ephrata in partnership with the Ephrata Public Library. WED., AUGUST 17 Lititz Lions Car Cruise in downtown Lititz. 5:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Car show, music and food. Rain or shine. FRI., AUGUST 19 & SAT., AUGUST 20 - Music on the Mountain, benefitting For One Life, will be held at the King residence, 637 Gault Rd., Gap. 2 days of music and fun. Free admission. Friday from

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Biblical Message

Watch and Pray Author: Wenger Scripture: Mark 14:38 “Keep watching and praying so that you will not enter into temptation. For the spirit is willing but the flesh is weak.” In our study last week, our Lord commanded the disciples to watch and pray

as He was in the garden of Gethsemane praying with such intensity that the scripture says His sweat was mingled as it were, with drops of blood. Peter, James and John were just a stone’s throw away when our Lord comes to them three separate times, only to find them sleeping each time. The lord questions them and it appears no answer was given as He said, “What, could you not watch with me one hour?” We are not much different today. How many times does our Lord come to us who should be watching and praying only to find us asleep on the job, oblivious to the command, and indifferent to the will of God?

I find that reading the Bible and studying is far easier than a dedicated prayer life. I am convinced the powerless life is a result of the prayer-less life. Oh,

we want to pray and we know we should pray, but good intentions are not enough to be victorious, as Peter, filled with selfconfidence soon found out.



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We too can be self-confident in the flesh and see little need to pray. Prayer is not about us trying to get God to do something He doesn’t want to do, that isn’t going to happen. Prayer is about us being willing to accept and do what God desires for our life. As we said last week, in this context, one great purpose of prayer is the enablement and determination to do the will of God no matter what the cost. Obviously there is so much more to prayer but we must stay close to the context. The last part of our verse states: “The spirit is willing but the flesh is weak.” Between a willing spirit and the weakness of the flesh is

where we find our battle. The Holy Spirit draws us to prayer and even our own spirit moves us to pray but we are in a daily war, the war between the flesh and the spirit. The Bible says, “For the flesh sets its desires against the Spirit, and the Spirit against the flesh: and these are contrary the one to the other; so that you cannot do the things that you would.” (Galatians 5:17) Often we find our prayer life to be of little importance. In Mark 4:19 the Bible describes how the world’s influence will derail God’s word in a person’s life; “the cares of this world, and the deceitfulness of riches, and the desire for other things enter in and choke the word,

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and it becomes unfruitful.” These same three pressures will diminish our prayer life as well. There is one verse that offers clear directions on at least one way to gain control over the flesh in our lives and that is; Romans 13:14. Put on the Lord Jesus Christ, and “make no provision for the flesh to fulfill the desires thereof.” As we relinquish control of our life to Christ, the flesh will have less influence. The last portion of the verse is our focus: “make no provision for the flesh” to gain control in our prayer life. The flesh says I am too tired to pray. Pray when you aren’t tired. Choose good times to pray. Pray that we make prayer a priority. The flesh breads self reliance as Peter said, “I will never deny you” in other words… I got this. He yielded to the temptation of fear and denied the Lord because he didn’t pray. The only way to head off temptation is to stay prayed up. We cannot, cannot, cannot live the Christian life by the flesh. The command is clear; watch and pray. We don’t want to enter into temptation, it is far better to avoid it. We will not have the power to obey without prayer. The Lord himself frequently went to a solitary place and prayed. He prayed and fasted for forty days before His temptation. The key to winning each battle is the prayer before it.

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come together to explore one of the following topics: STEM, creative writing, arts and crafts, or book discussions. For ages 12 and up. Visit https:// elancolibrary.org/events/ for details. Oceans of Possibilities: STEM • Pirates: Lost at Sea (ATalewise STEMProgram) - Wednesday, July 20 at 1:30 p.m. Ahoy! Set sail with them on a thrilling action-packed adventure about a crew of quirky pirates marooned on a desert island. With mutiny and high-tide looming, they must rescue their salty captain and find a way to repair their ship before all hope is lost…at sea! Throughout the story, volunteers from the audience will help them explore the incredible science behind clouds, combustion, air pressure and more through amazing Next Generation Science experiments! For families. • STEM Saturdays Saturday, July 23 from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Families are welcome to drop into the Children’s Library any time between

10:00 a.m. and 12:00 p.m. to enjoy fun STEM Activities with the library’s Youth Services Librarian! All ages welcome. • Incredible Journey Monday, July 25 at 2:00 p.m. This fun activity and craft explores the journey a water droplet takes through the water cycle. For ages 3-6 and siblings. • Shark Dissection Thursday, July 28 at 6:00 p.m. Curious about shark anatomy? The dogfish shark, a member of the class Chondrichthyes, is a popular dissection specimen in general biology and anatomy courses. It is useful for learning about cartilaginous fish and for studying comparative and vertebrate anatomy. Join them as an ELANCO staff member dissects a dogfish shark specimen in front of a live audience with a Q&A session afterwards. Program is for teens and adults. Registration is required for this program! • Sharks! - Saturday, July 30 at 3:00 p.m. Want to take a bite out of science? Learn fun facts about these jawsome creatures and how they play a crucial role in our ocean’s ecosystems! For ages 5+. Oceans of Possibilities: For Adults • Buckhill Sleuths’ Book Discussion - Monday, July 25 at 2:00 p.m. The Buckhill

Sleuths Book Discussion Group will be talking about “Bluebird, bluebird” by Attica Locke. Everyone is invited to join them! Oceans of Possibilities: Special Guests • Support the Library - Art Sale - Gail Horner’s intricate “Cornfield Series,” acrylic on canvas paintings featuring views of the agricultural landscapes near the artist’s home are on display at the library now through Sunday, July 31. Come and see these remarkable creations! Would you like one to grace the walls of your home? Prices range from $60 to $85, and 20% of the proceeds are donated to the library. • Dr. Seuss Birdhouse Dr. Seuss wants to give you a new book! Place 50 cents or more into the Dr. Seuss birdhouse and fill out a ticket with your name, age, and phone number to win. Drawings will take place every two weeks on

Mondays. The beautiful birdhouse was created and generously donated by local artist Anne Treadwell and is on display downstairs in the Children’s Library. • Park City Diner & Knight and Day Diner - If you eat at the Park City Diner (884 Plaza Blvd., Lancaster, PA 17601) or the Knight and Day Diner (3140 Lititz Pike Lititz, PA. 17543), 10% of what you spend will be donated to the library. When checking out, just tell the cashier you would like to donate your sale to the Eastern Lancaster County Library (ELANCO). • Amazon Charity Wishlist - Support the ELANCO Library by purchasing an item from their Amazon Charity Wishlist! Municipal and state funding covers only 40% of their annual budget. They are responsible for raising the other 60%. Purchasing an item from this list helps stretch their dollars farther! They have books, office supplies, craft

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Wednesday, July 20, 2022 • Volume LVII, No. 15

Ephrata Lodge #665 Recognizes Ten Scholarship Recipients

Shopping News Photo by Donald Reese Ephrata Masonic Lodge #665 recently presented their scholarship recipients for 2022. Shown, from left to right, are (front row) Jacob Lobb, Kimberly Earl, Matt Engel (Worshipful Master), Kamryn Andes, Katlyn Redmiles, Daniel Romero, Fred Whitely (Scholarship Committee); (middle) Dennis Zimmerman (Scholarship Committee), Ken VanFleet (P.M.), Jim Blanshine (Chaplin), Alfred Hauser (Treasurer), Sean Dorosz (P.U.R.), Ronald Crossbie (J.M.C.), James Diener (Jr. Deacon); (back) Christopher Elliott (P.M.), Orlando Vega (Sr. Warden), Ryan Moran (S.M.C.), Kenneth Reitz, Jr. (J.W.) and William Null (Sr. Deacon).

Friendship Community Golf Tournament

Registration is now open for Friendship Community’s 22nd Annual Irvin C. Enck Memorial Golf Tournament benefitting Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities and Autism. Join them on Thursday, September 8 at Foxchase Golf Club, located at 300 Stevens Road, Stevens, for a fun-filled day. The event will begin at

8:00 a.m. with a shot-gun; scramble-style start and lunch being served at 1:00 p.m. (approximately). There is a fee per golfer and for a foursome; fees include greens fee, golf cart use, continental breakfast, unlimited snacks and drinks on the course and a catered lunch. Additional items, including mulligans and other tricks, as well as tickets for raffle prizes, are available for purchase ahead of time online or on the day of the event.

“Pieces From The Past” - Featuring The Terre Hill Historical Society

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Rotary Donates To Local Organizations

The Denver-Ephrata Area Rotary Club recently hosted local organizations to whom the club donated funds. During the past year, the Rotary Club contributed over $14,000 to fourteen various organizations. In addition, a total of six $1,000 scholarships were awarded to Cocalico and Ephrata seniors, along with

Shopping News Photo by Donald Reese sponsoring four rising Services (EARS); Sunny seniors the opportunity to Redcay, REAL Life Comm­ attend leadership training. unity Services; (standing) Shown in the photo are Tori Motter, Adamstown some of the representatives YMCA; Liz Ackerman, of those organizations in Cocalico Education Foun­ attendance. They are, from dation; Jim Summers, left to right, (seated) Mandy Ephrata Recreation Center; Johnson, Good Samaritan and Kent Sweigart, DenverServices; Karen Hummel, Ephrata Rotary Club Presi­ Ephrata Area Rehab dent.

“Pieces From The Past” continues this week, featuring the Terre Hill Historical Society. In this weekly article, Shopping News readers will learn about local items housed in local museums and historical societies. The item shown in the photo takes us back to view what classroom desks used to look like in the early days of education. This ornate cast iron seat and desk are from the Orion Company and was made around the late 1880s. The details are quite remarkable and many of these were purchased when the Terre Hill School

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Friendship Community Golf Tournament (Continued From Page 1B)

This year will also include the 4th Annual Golf Ball Drop sponsored by Blue Ridge Communications. Tickets for numbered golf balls will be sold individually or as a bundle of six. The numbered golf balls will be dropped from approximately 15 feet in the air onto the greens of the 18th hole. The golf ball that lands and stays in the hole will win a $300 cash prize. If multiple balls land and stay in the hole, the cash prize will be split. If no golf ball lands and stays in the hole, the ball(s) closest to the hole will win (and split, potentially) a $200 consolation cash prize.

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If golfing is not your thing, but you still want to participate somehow in the event, sponsorship opportunities are available and range from Platinum Level ($3,000) to Friend ($250). All levels include the company’s listing and logo in the event program, in addition to social media and website presence; the higher sponsorship levels include complimentary golfers and advertisements in future Friendship Community literature. Volunteers, in-kind donations and monetary donations are also being accepted to further support the Individuals of Friendship Community. Golfer registration, tournament sponsorship and Golf Ball Drop ticket transactions can be completed online at www. f r i e n d s h i p c o m m u n i t y. net/golf. Please direct any questions to Calista White at 717-656-2466, ext. 1155 or cwhite@ friendshipcommunity.net.

Akron Lions Present Awards And Welcome New Members At a recent meeting of the Akron Lions Club, awards were presented to two of its members. Lion Phil Rutt received the Lion of the Year Award for his dedication to the club. Lion Kevin Wolford was recognized by the Lions Clubs International Foundation and the Akron Lions Club for his devotion for serving and was presented the Melvin Jones Award. This award created in 1917 is named after the founder of Lions Clubs, Melvin Jones. Lion Kevin has devoted much time to the Akron Lions and will be President of the club this year. Also, two new members were inducted into the club by past district Governor


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Say You Saw It In “The Shopping News” - Wednesday, July 20, 2022 - 5B FOR SALE: Ashley Lite Gray sleeper sofa, $695; Sage re-­ clining loveseat, $645; Offwhite loveseat, $495. Close-­ out Models & Rebuilt Mat-­ FOR SALE: Case Interna-­ tresses in stock. Martindale tional 3220 tractor, diesel, Mattress, 114 Hurst Road, 81 hours, shuttle clutch, rear Ephrata. 717-445-9153. wheel drive with case IH 2200 loader, 6 ft. bucket and roll FOR SALE: Brand new gray bar, garage kept, $25,500. sofa, power recline, very nice, Case Construction King 580 $900 OBO. New Holland. backhoe, diesel, 6 ft. loader, 717-351-0456. rear wheel drive, 2261 hours, $6,500. Call 717-336-3709. FOR SALE: Wood dining room table, 48x34, good con-­ dition. $75. Please call 717598-2971, 5pm to 8pm.



FOR SALE: Portable bandsaw, can cut logs 15’ long and 24” wide. Asking $8,000. 717-733-9136.

FOR SALE: 1998 Honda Goldwing 1500, 48K, in-­ spected, serviced, well maintained, garage kept, FOR SALE: Metal working, looks like new, extras. milling, lathe, surface grind-­ $5,000. 717-859-3897. er, drill press. You haul. Gouldsboro, PA. 570-6149141.



FOR SALE: Plaid living room sofa with matching chair, FOR SALE: Queen Restonic $150. Swivel chair, $50. 3pc. adjustable base and mat-­ double bedroom suite w/ tress, $150-OBO. Light mattress, $125. Multi-col-­ brown double reclining sofa, ored sofa, $75. Sofa table, $100. Text, 717-723-7267. $75. 2 matching end tables, $125. Corner table, $30. FOR SALE: Custom built re-­ Chair $15. Console TV unit, placement windows and free. Call 717-721-7644. doors. Professional installa-­ tion. Call Ronafa Window & Door, 717-733-7534, or visit our showroom at 400 W. Main St, Ephrata in the Eph-­ rata Business Center. Thank FOR SALE: 20% off all seeds, You! annuals, hanging baskets FOR SALE: Queen size in-­ and planters, July 25-30; 5% stant comfort number bed off succulents, houseplants with adjustable base, 2 years and perennials. Time to think old, $600 OBO. 717-598- fall gardens. Mt. Airy Green-­ house, 345 East Mt. Airy 6647. Road, Stevens, PA 17578. FOR SALE: 4’ diameter round 717-405-2445. table, adjustable height, new, $65; New office chairs, black FOR SALE: Is your grass mesh, $70. Black and brown growing? Serviced lawn mow-­ executive, $125. Slate Rd., ers. Also, riders. Some with baggers. 717-445-5090. 717-445-5222.

Motorcycles/ATV’s FOR SALE: Harley Davidson woman’s helmet, size small with hood and carry bag. $80. Call 717-738-2100. FOR SALE: 2000 Suzuki In-­ truder 1500. Just inspected. Great condition. Will include helmet, saddle bags and stock pipes. $3,000. Call Kirk at 717-209-0937.

Lawn & Garden

hiring immediately


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.


STARTING AT $5/HR. 3687 Rothsville Rd., Ephrata (717) 738-7381 1050 W. Main St., Mount Joy (717) 653-2140

with or without experience

Are You Looking For A New Career In 2022? FT & PT Positions Available!

The Shopping News of Lancaster County is seeking a personable, energetic person who enjoys working with people to join our team. Position includes a variety of duties and is ideal for someone who is detail-oriented, able to multi-task and has good communication skills. Experience with Word & Excel required. Willing to train motivated candidate. Hours: Mon. 7:30am-4:30pm; Tues.-Fri. 11:30am-4:30pm; Every 3rd Saturday, 8am-Noon

Please send your resume to: The Shopping News 615 E. Main St., P.O. Box 456, Ephrata, PA 17522 or email pboyer@snews.com

$4,000 Sign-On Bonus For

CDL Drivers $1,500 Sign-On Bonus For

Loaders Apply Online www.eagledisposalofpa.com

Art of Recycle is Hiring!

Seeking Hardworking, Honest, Caring, Compassionate, Dependable Humans to do great work through ordinary acts. Highly enjoyable team setting. Low stress work environment. Great teammates. Help your community. Consistent weekly schedule. Art of Recycle is a nondiscriminatory workplace.

Maintenance Handyperson

HELP WANTED Corteva Agriscience, located in New Holland, PA, is seeking contracted part-time help. Qualified candidates must be 18 or older and detail-oriented with basic computer skills. Position requires a valid driver’s license, the ability to work in all environmental conditions, and possible overtime work during the field season. Tasks may include: operating field equipment, preparing seed for planting, staking and tagging plants, inoculating plants, and data collection. To apply, send resume to: Email: Polly.Longenberger@corteva.com EOE/AA Race, Sex, Religion, National Origin, Veteran, Disability

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Kountry Kraft, Inc. is a high-end custom cabinet shop looking for you to join our team! We are currently hiring FULL TIME for the following positions...

Email resume to: hr@martinsflooring.com NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE Details at martinsflooring.com/join-our-team/

Customer Service

FOR SALE: Piano, Gordon Laughhead Pianofortes. Located on first floor of house, must be moved. In same family for 75 years. Fair condition, needs tuned, includes matching bench. $75. Call or text Lisa, 717-951-0059.


flooring installers


FOR SALE: 1988 Honda Goldwing 1500 with 45K. Best offer. Call for more in-­ formation, 717-733-5316, leave message.

Perfect for a retiree with a wide range of construction skills. Experience is a must. 20-30 hrs./week. Must be able to lift 30+ lbs., occasionally climb ladders, listen to teammates needs and implement creative solutions. Skills should include basic carpentry, electrical, minor plumbing, drywall, painting and general handyperson know-how.

16+ OTHER POSITIONS AVAILABLE! Bookkeeper 20 hr./wk. (Must know QuickBooks) Office Clerk 20+ hr./wk. 3+ Afternoon/Evening Cashiers/ Merchandisers (12pm-6:30pm) 2+ Morning Cashiers/Merchandisers (9am-3pm)

Apply today in person at: 27 Cloister Ave., Ephrata or submit resume and work experience to info@artofrecycle.org. We are open 9-6 weekdays and 9-3 on Saturdays

ASSEMBLY • CUTTING • HARDWARE INSTALLER • MACHINING • SANDING STAINING • JANITORIAL/CUSTODIAN (3P to 11P) Kountry Kraft provides... • Competitive Pay and Benefits • Low Deductible Health Insurance Plan • Dental and Vision Insurance • 401(k) with Match

• Production Bonus • Discretionary Year-End Bonus • Paid Time Off

• And Other GREAT Benefits

If interested, please submit your resume to hr@kountrykraft.com or apply in person 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Thursday, and 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., Friday.

291 South Sheridan Road, Newmanstown, PA 17073 Phone: 610-589-4575




Earl Township is seeking a qualified applicant for the Road Department. The position is 40 hours per week. The Department is responsible for the construction and general maintenance of township roads and Township properties. The position requires a high school diploma or GED equivalent. Experience in the operation of equipment including but not limited to dump trucks, backhoe, loaders, tractors, attachments, and the use of variety of hand and power tools. A mechanical/welding background is a plus. The qualified individual should have knowledge of construction/maintenance. The applicant must have or be able to obtain a PA CDL Class B with Air Brake Endorsement driver license. The individual must be available FOR ON-CALL WINTER MAINTENANCE AND evening/weekend hours MAY be required for INCLEMENT WEATHER EVENTS. The position offers an excellent benefit package and starting rate will be based upon the individual’s skills, knowledge, and experience. Successful applicants must be at least 21 years of age and possess a valid PA Driver’s License. Job Description is available on the Earl Township web site: earltownship.com. Resumes will be received until the position is filled. Send or email resume to:

Candie L. Johnson, Township Secretary 517 N. Railroad Avenue, New Holland, PA 17557 Email: cjohnson@earltwp.com Equal Opportunity Employer

6B - Wednesday, July 20, 2022 - Say You Saw It In “The Shopping News”

Pets & Animals FOR SALE: Toy Fox Terrier pups, ready now. Shots, wormed, vet checked, cute, playful and intelligent. Par-­ ents on premises. 717-3545758. FOR SALE: Cute ACA Lab-­ rador Retriever pups. Farm raised, vet checked and de-­ wormed. Born 5/5. 4 yel-­ low, 5 black (males/ females), $400. Martin’s, 298 Wissler Road, New Hol-­ land.

NOTICE: Custom built re-­ NOTICE: Yard Sales, July placement windows and 30 & 31. Spruce Street doors. Professional installa-­ Neighborhood in Ephrata. tion. Call Ronafa Window & Many houses, many items. Door, 717-733-7534, or visit Household, pet, tools, our showroom at 400 W. clothes, misc. Main St., Ephrata in the Ephrata Business Center. NOTICE: Yard Sale, July 29Thank You! 30, 7am. Clothing, some-­ thing for everyone. 1320 NOTICE: Crafters needed Edgewood Drive, East Earl.

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

NOTICE: Beyond The Fork In The Road Estate Sale Store, 56F West Church St., Denver. Toys, antiques, tools, electronics, artwork, housewares, more. Begin-­ ning July: New store hours, FOR SALE: 3 year old mini Wednesday & Friday, 8-3, brown poodle, male, $200; Thursday, noon-8, every 1 year old Cockapoo, fe-­ 2nd and 4th Saturday, 8male, red with white on noon. July Sale, 50% off all chest. $200. 717-721-1723. Christmas/Holiday items.

for Craft Show for Octo-­ ber 22, 2022 at Gracepoint NOTICE: Garage Sale, Sat-­ Church. For more infor-­ urday, July 23rd, 7am-1pm. Lots of clothing, toy, house-­ mation, contact 717-738- hold goods, furniture and 0611 or 717-733-7220. much more. 11 Main Street, Akron.

Garage Sale

NOTICE: Rent our Boston ferns for your wedding or special event. Starting at $5.00 a day. Taking orders FOR SALE: 2018 Apex Nano for wedding favors. Succu-­ camper, 21’, great condi-­ lent, cactus, ferns. Mt. Airy tion, ready to pack and Greenhouse. 717-405-2445. leave. Everything comes with it - hitch, hoses, NOTICE: Music Lessons: Pi-­ blocks, etc. $20,000 OBO. ano, Voice, Guitar, Drums, C o n t a c t Band & Orchestra. 717-3845299. bwoodcraft@gmail.com.

NOTICE: Moving Sale, Fri-­ day, July 22nd, 6:30am until 3pm. Furniture, in-­ cluding chairs, sofa, cab-­ inets, household items, women’s clothing, kid’s items. 39 S. Academy Drive, Ephrata, white NOTICE: Moving house on corner. & 7/23, 7am.

RV’s & Campers


Electrical Service Technician Skills needed: We are looking for a • 5 years experience in electrical work trustworthy person with • Proficient in using the NEC values that blend with • Some troubleshooting skills • Able to take direction and solve problems our company’s faithbased values. • Good communication Call Ken at


or email kauker@hurst-electric.com

FT & PT Cake Decorator Past experience preferred. Apply within:

375 E. Main St., Leola EOE

Ray & Randy’s Auto & Truck Repair

Mechanic Needed

Competitive salary based on experience. Willing to train. Call 717-733-8180

Or apply in person: 3555 Rothsville Rd., Ephrata, PA 17522

NOTICE: Large MultiFamily Yard Sale, July 22 & July 23, Friday, 36pm and Saturday, 712pm. Household goods, clothing, teaching sup-­ plies and lots of books. Also, we will have baked goods and refreshments. Rain or shine. Come check it out at 591 Ham-­ mer Creek Road, Lititz.


Ephrata Borough (population 13,400), Lancaster County, PA seeks an outstanding leader to serve as its Finance Director. Dir. oversees all day-to-day, administrative, financial operations, in coordination with the Borough Manager. Borough is a full-service municipality providing many public services, including public works, police, water, wastewater, and public power. Borough is financially stable and has a total budget of $54m (GF $13m) with approx. 98 FTE. Borough is looking for a skilled, experienced, and communicative leader. Candidates should have (1) Five years exp. in management, finance matters and public admin; (2) outstanding interpersonal skills; (3) strong financial processing and strategic planning skills;(4) Bachelor’s Degree; and (5) strong communication skills. Salary range $95-115,000 with excellent benefits; actual salary to be based on experience and qualifications. This is an excellent opportunity for a seasoned financial professional. As you can see in the description, the Borough is a complex organization. However, the Borough is very stable financially (caused partially by funding through its public power fund), has an excellent management team in place, and has been a very stable place to work. The salary range is indicative of the Borough’s desire to find an experienced individual. I strongly encourage you to consider this opportunity or to pass along this advertisement to anyone you think might be interested.

Send cover letter, resume, and salary history/expectation included in one attachment to aeberly@ephrataboro.org. Deadline is noon on July 31, 2022. EOE.

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


Our sewers will use a sewing machine to sew in bands, tags and trim. This position requires very good eyesight at a close range (with or without glasses), excellent hand/eye coordination, long periods of sitting, and a strong attention to detail. Must have a willingness to learn and to understand the importance of each person’s role in creating high-quality headwear. M-F, 6am-2:30pm. $16.55-$16.70. No experience necessary. Will train.


We have a variety of positions that are involved in the early part of hat making and in the finished hat making process. Work with skilled mentors as they share their craft with you, and pass down decades of knowledge. As an employee-owned Company, our fellow owners are proud of the work they perform and their role in producing high quality headwear. M-F, 6am-2:30pm. $16.25-$16.85 to start.


Our distribution associates are involved in a variety of work to include packing of hats, labeling boxes, picking orders from inventory, tracking orders in our database, unloading trucks, stocking shelves, processing returns, re-packaging of items, and moving inventory between distribution centers. M-F, 7am-3:30pm, overtime available. $15.50-$15.70 to start. Bollman Hat Company offers a rewarding work atmosphere where employee-owners take pride in their craft, provides a competitive benefits package which includes employee stock ownership, profit sharing, 401(k), 13 days Paid Time Off (PTO) in the first year (with an increase in time off based on years of service), 8 paid holidays, and tuition reimbursement.

If you would like to join our team, please submit a letter of interest, resume or application to: 110 E. Main Street, Adamstown, PA 19501 email hr@bollmanhats.com or through Indeed for immediate consideration. Bollman Hat Company is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Sale, 7/22 Snap On, Craftsman, power tools, NOTICE: Garage Sale, Thurs-­ household, furniture, much day, July 21, 3-7, Friday, more. 7 S. Soudersburg July 22, 7-1. Home decor, Road, Ronks. coffee and end tables, pil-­ lows, baskets, so much more. A must see sale. Rain or NOTICE: Several Family Yard shine. 939 Dale Drive, Lititz. Sales, June 23, 7am-?, Wyneberry Drive, Ephrata. NOTICE: Garage Sale, 7/23, 8am. Antiques, collectibles, NOTICE: Garage Sale, Sat-­ household, tools, much urday, 7/23, 7am-3pm. Rid-­ more. 48 Front Street, Lititz. ing lawnmower, area rugs, decorations, wall paintings, NOTICE: Yard Sale, 7/22-7/ dehumidifier, furniture, 23, 7am-? Household, CDs, household appliances, clothing, furniture, puzzles. games/toys, antiques. 50 11 Park Street, Stevens. Heritage Road, Akron.

Now Hiring Competitive Wages, 9 Paid Holidays, Up To 3 Weeks Vacation, Company Matching Retirement Plan, Health Insurance, Uniforms. #PA105758

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Say You Saw It In “The Shopping News” - Wednesday, July 20, 2022 - 7B NOTICE: Garage Sale, on the corner of Steinmetz Road and Parkview Heights Road at unit 139. Every Saturday, 10am-11am. Toys, clothing, baby items, DVDs, fishing lures, seasonal items, new items weekly. NOTICE: Yard Sale, Friday, July 22. Clothing, shoes, home decor, toys, household, hunting clothing, backpacks, large C.I. bells. 797 Terre Hill Road, East Earl. NOTICE: Huge Multi-Family Yard Sale, Thursday, July 21, 7am-5pm. Boy/girl clothing NB-12/12yrs., shoes, coats, blanketsleepers, toys & kids/teen books, lots 25 cent books, Dr. Seuss, matchboxes, namebrand junior/ladies clothing/shoes, household, much more. 229 E. Main St., Terre Hill. Don’t miss townwide yard sales July 22/23 also. NOTICE: Yard Sale on Friday, July 22 and Saturday, July 23. Lots of housewares at cheap prices. 24 Gentle Drive, East Earl (Terre Hill area). Part of Terre Hill town yard sales. NOTICE: Multi-Family Yard Sale, Saturday, July 23rd, 7am-2pm. Clothing, household goods, toys, much more. 426 South Cedar Street, Lititz.

NOTICE: Benefit Sale for medical bills, Friday, 7/22, 7am-2pm. Subs, ham & cheese sandwiches, baked goods, donuts, floral arrangements, etc. Also, garage sale. 126 Center Avenue, Terre Hill. NOTICE: Multi-Family Yard Sale, July 29/30, 7am-1pm. Lemonade stand, clothes, toys, household items, furniture, home decor items and more. Nice stuff. 400 block East Conestoga Street and 208 Leann Court, New Holland. In the Willows. NOTICE: Multi-Family Yard Sale, July 22-23, 7am-? Books, household, lots of girls’ and boys’ clothing. 119 North Hill Rd., Terre Hill.

NOTICE: Multi-Family Yard Sale, Saturday, July 30th, 811am at 129 W. Lemon St., Lititz.


NOTICE: Estate Contents Sale, July 22-23, 7am start-3. Collectibles, vintage glass and kitchenware, small appliances. 1973 Royal Doulton china, knick knacks, trunks, books, sheet music, comics, baseball cards. 1961 surfboard, commercial floor machine. Will be adding more things throughout the week. 160 Lincoln Ave., Bldg. 4, Reinholds, off 897.

Lost & Found NOTICE: Found, July 5, ladies wallet at Ephrata Fireworks location. Contains cash, gift cards, no ID. Call 717-368-6755.

Help Offered HELP OFFERED: Groff Painting. Clean, quality work. Reasonable rates. Free estimates. Ephrata. 717-723-5734, PA118129.

NOTICE: Spring Hill Acres Development Yard Sale, 20+ Homes, Friday, 7/22, Saturday, 7/23, 8am-1pm. Grab a map at 902 Tulip Tree Drive, Lebanon.

Place your classified ads online at www.snews.com!

NOTICE: Two Family Garage Sale, Friday, July 22 from 72. Household items, many new Pokemon cards/figures, costume jewelry, loads of chapter books and chapter book sets for teachers and more. 45 and 47 Ream Road, Stevens.

HELP OFFERED: Phillips Home Improvements and Renovations, LLC is offering special rates for early spring contracts. Our services include Roof Repairs and Replacements, Siding, Fascia/ Soffit, Gutters, Cleanouts, etc. Call Phil now at 717-723-5817. Fully licensed and insured. PA#132025.

PART-TIME DRIVERS NEEDED Monday-Friday in New Holland, PA

Now Hiring! 144 Orlan Road

Lighthouse Vocational Services

We’re Hiring!

New Holland, PA 17557 Full-Time Diesel Call Sandy at 717-354-0355 Service Technician

We’re excitedly anticipating the opening of our fourth location in Ephrata (former K-Mart Building)! With growth comes an abundance of employment opportunities. We are currently seeking to fill many positions at all locations, spanning from entry level to Management Roles.

Apply online at: dutchwayfarmmarket.com



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624 W. Main St., New Holland and

(717) 355-2600 • nhfr@newhollandfamily.com family.com



of Lancaster County

is seeking weekly newspaper carriers for various routes.

Delivery times are FLEXIBLE! Paying SALARY + MILEAGE! Job Requirements: • Lift up to 35 lb. newspaper bags to vehicle • Follow written driving directions & carrier route maps

Applications can be found:

WEB: www.snews.com/forms email: snews@ptd.net OFFICE: 615 E. Main Street Ephrata, PA 17522


Traffic Plan seeks Flaggers to set up and control traffic around construction sites. A valid Driver’s License is a must, good pay and benefits.

• 18 years or older • Have own transport with valid vehicle insurance & driver’s license

NOTICE: Multi-Family Yard Sale, Saturday, July 23, 7am. Electronics, housewares, wedding items, furniture, tools, clothing. 302 Rolling Terrace, Leola.

Full-Time Now Hiring!

Generator Technician Manufacturing Manager Assistant • Experienced Diesel Technician needed for in-shop repairs and engine rebuilds

Local growing business in the Ephrata area seeking Brand motivated, specific training provided person to join a• highly detail-oriented our Manufacturing Team.Technician needed • Generator Assembly for assembling custom-made generators • Successful applicant will support the Production in the day-to-day •Manager Willing to train qualifi ed applicantmanufacturing operations of inventory management, maintaining •production Comprehensive benefiand ts package including schedules interfacing with the paid vacation and holidays, health insurance, production team. company paid disability insurance • Comprehensive benefits package including paid and 401k vacation & match holidays, health insurance, companypaid disability insurance and 401(k) match.

Please contact: HR@staufferdiesel.com

Contact Brenda at hr@staufferdiesel.com foranapplication for applicationand andjob jobdescription, description orcall call(717) (717)721-5117. 721-5117 or

If interested, please fill out an application at

1782 North Reading Road, Stevens, PA on Thursdays 9am-1pm or online at www.trafficplan.com.

34 Stauffer Lane, Ephrata, PA 17522

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Seeking Supervisors, Operators, Pipe Layers, Laborers, Night Shift Diesel Technicians, and More! Experienced & Entry-Level Positions Available


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

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

8B - Wednesday, July 20, 2022 - Say You Saw It In “The Shopping News” HELP OFFERED: We buy junk cars, licensed and insured salvors. Call 717-4900491.

HELP WANTED: Now hiring PT general help, including maintenance, must work weekends. Apply at Red Roof Inn, 2017 N. Reading Rd., Denver, PA 17517.

Home & Lawn Care HELP OFFERED: Cocalico Tree Service. Fully insured. Tree removal, pruning and stump grinding. 717-6824591.

HELP OFFERED: Experienced electrician and handyman services, licensed and insured. Prompt friendly service and free estimates. Call Jim, 717-5752147, please leave a message.

HELP WANTED: Cleaner needed for Leola Business, 3 days a week. Flexible schedule. $18 an hour. Call/text Catherine, 717435-0465.

HELP OFFERED: Brian’s Mowing, weekly mowing, 29 years at great price from Denver, PA. 717-468-5086.

HELP WANTED: Manufacturing company in New Holland looking to hire a carpenter/laborer. Duties include: cutting wood/ metal using panel saw, shear line, laminate panels, fabricate skids for shipping, operate spot welder and loading/unloading trucks. Must be able to read tape measure. 401K/profit sharing. Send resume to industrialpaneling@comc ast.net.

HELP OFFERED: Professional landscape services. Mowing, mulching, pruning, etc. Free estimates. Dreamworks Landscape & Lawncare. 717-490-2668. Dreamworkslandscape.com.

Cleaning Services HELP OFFERED: Cleaning Services. Offices, banks, residential, commercial, churches, move in/out, & apartment turnovers. Call/ text, Time2clean, 717-3716040.

Help Wanted HELP WANTED: Driver to haul workers from Myerstown/Lititz or Leola/Lititz weekdays, 5am & 4:30pm. Call 717-201-3970.

View all classified ads online at www.snews.com!

Opportunity to Create Extraordinary Experiences!

Applications available at

www.oregondairy.com or in person at 2900 Oregon Pike, Lititz, PA 17543 No phone calls.

Receiver (Early Morning) AM Line Cook • Buffet Attendant Ice Cream Shop Lead Bakery Assoc. • Deli Assoc. Seasonal Fall Event Staff

HELP WANTED: Part-time experienced cleaning help, transportation required, flexible hours, great wages. Call 717-336-4854.

HELP WANTED: Small non-profit seeking PT Admin. Assistant, 15-18 hours/week. Office experience required. Submit resume to info@safecommunities pa.org.

Wanted WANTED: Like new or slightly used digital hearing aids. Call 717-2036521. WANTED: Looking for private or leased land for deer hunting in Lancaster County. Also looking to join any hunting camps that are accepting new memberships, that would offer hunting and fishing within 1-3 hours from Lancaster, PA. Call 717-419-6796.

WANTED: Check your attic. Uncle Funky’s Thrift is buying vintage clothes, costume jewelry, watches, gold, silver & antiques. Cash paid, Denver, PA. 1484-432-9770.

To Buy WANTED: Sports Card Collections. All sports/ years. Paying cash. Local buyer. Call 610-235-7164. WANTED: $50-$500 paid for junk autos. Free removal. Call anytime, licensed, insured, bonded. All paperwork taken care of legally. 717-989-6980. WANTED: Vintage air guns wanted, all makes and models. Please call or text Richard, 610-772-6207.

WANTED: Antiques, old bottles, stoneware, primitives, anything old. Steve, 717-3711259.

WANTED: Vinyl records & musical instruments: Paying cash. Top dollar paid for your vinyl records- all styles and genres, 33s, 45s & 78s. Guitars, amps, Anything music! Also, video games, consoles and equipment. Call or stop by today, Lititz Music Company, 47 S. Broad Street in Lititz. 717-627-4929. www.lititzmusic.com. WANTED: Buying collections. Do you have a collection you no longer want or need? Let me help! I buy entire collections of cameras, comic books, sports cards, old family photographs, toys, coins, jewelry and many other collectibles. Always paying cash. Call Jason in Denver at 610-2079179. WANTED: Older Christmas decorations and glass ornaments. Costume jewelry. Postcards. Older doll clothes. Stella, 717-8757884.

*Must be at least 18 years old. Positions require weekends.

Starting wages based on experience.



Land Development Coordinator

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


Apply to: HR@ownalandmark.com Competitive wages with excellent benefits.

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Lions District 14-D, Lions of Pennsylvania Foundation and the East Cocalico Lions Club recently recognized an East Cocalico Lion member as a PA Foundation Fellow. Lion Chuck Holsey was honored for faithfully serving his club and community with his donation of time and efforts and for giving his Special support for those less fortunate in the state. He received a pinnacle and lapel pin acknowledging his dedication to the foundation’s humanitarian goals. The Mission of the Lions of Pennsylvania Foundation is to assist those afflicted with sensory impairment, particularly those relating to vision and hearing. They do this by awarding grants in support of special projects and programs for the sensory impaired and to join with individual Pennsylvania Lions Clubs in responding to local, community, and regional needs. The important thing is that all money received remains in

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Adamstown Library Events

Summer Reading continues at the library through Saturday, August 13, with fantastic programs for children and families all summer long! Some summer events will be held at local parks, including the self-guided GO Lancaster! program that gets you outside exploring! Events with no location listed will be at the library at 110 W. Main Street in Adamstown. Pick up a summer reading packet at the library to get started or register for prizes and events at www. adamstownarealibrary.org. Hunger doesn’t take the summer off. Adamstown Area Library has joined the Cocalico Food Pantry (REAL Life Community Services) in their fight against hunger in the community. The library will be collecting non-perishable food items at all programs and events throughout the summer. They request that you don’t bring items in glass bottles or items that have passed their expiration date. Items will be delivered to the Declaration House monthly. Let’s help neighbors today! July Events at Adamstown Area Library • Nature Show at Refreshing Mountain – Tuesday, July 19 at 10:00 a.m. at Refreshing Mountain Retreat. Come and hear all about Pennsylvania native and exotic creatures from around the world. Be sure not to miss this mix of hands-on animal experience and adventure stories. Meet Miss Jess at the Nature Center at Refreshing

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Wednesday, July 20 at 1:00 p.m. at Adamstown Pool. What better way to take a break from swimming than listening to a fun story? Join Miss Jess at the Pool Pavilion. Bring your library card along to check out some books. Third Wednesday of the month: July 20, August 17. Pool entrance fee at discount rate or membership required. • The Bloody Bucket: Pennsylvania’s 28th Division - Saturday, July 23 at 10:00 a.m. Tom Schalata, a retired newspaper executive from Stevens, will give a presentation on his latest book, “The Bloody Bucket,” which chronicles his grandfather’s military service in Pennsylvania’s 28th Division in WWI. Based largely on actual events, the work of

historical fiction covers the period of 1916-1918. It traces his grandfather’s civilian life working for Baldwin Locomotive Works and his military training before serving in France and Belgium. For adults and older teens. • Reptile Explorers Tuesday, July 26 at 10:00 a.m. at Adamstown Grove. Laugh and learn with Jesse Rothacker and his merry band of castaway critters. You’ll meet snakes, lizards, turtles, and crocs from around the world! Make sure to pick up a free reptile bookmark and check out some reptile books from the library the day of the show. For all ages.


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Lititz Public Library Events For more information on any of the following programs happening at the Lititz Public Library, please call 717-626-2255 or email register@lititzlibrary.org. • Summer Reading Pro­ gram Oceans of Possibilities. Now through Saturday, August 13 for children and teens (ages 0-19). Now through Thursday, September 1 for adults (ages 18+). Online registration online through the library’s website for children and teens or stop by the library to pick up your reading log for children/teens and reading challenge for adults. • Morning Yoga - Every

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joy of writing. Online registration required by going to www.lititzlibrary. or or calling 717-626-2255. • Jane Austen Society Tuesday, July 19 at 6:30 p.m. Come enjoy a cup of tea and discuss all things Austen. No registration needed. • Knitting Club - Monday, July 18 from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon and Tuesday, July 26 from 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Knitting Club meets the 1st and 3rd Monday of the month, from 10:00 a.m. until noon and the last Tuesday of each month from 6:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. Knitting Club is for people who knit and like to share the craft. This is not a class or instruction, just friendly gathering to knit and work on projects. Must bring all your own supplies. Crocheters also

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• Painting Club - Wed­ nesday, July 27 at 12:30 p.m. Meet the second and fourth Wednesday of each month. Bring your own painting supplies. Get together with others to paint and socialize. No registration required. • BYOB – Bring Your Own Book (Club) Thursday, July 28 at 2:00 p.m. A non-traditional book club for adults. Instead of reading a predetermined title, they share what they are currently reading and pick up new recommended reads. Contact dguscott@ lititzlibrary.org for more information. • Outdoor Backyard Concert: Jamie O’Brien and the Launies - Thursday, July 28 at 6:30 p.m. Jamie O’Brien and the Launies are back in the area to play live. This concert takes place in the library’s backyard. Please bring a blanket or chairs to sit. If there is bad weather they will move inside and only those who have preregistered will have a seat. Online registration began on Thursday, July 14. Children/Families • Summer StoryWalk® Everyday. The Lititz Public Library’s summer


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MARTINʼS TIRE SERVICE, LLC Farm, Auto And LT Tires 102 W. Burkholder Dr. Lititz, PA 17543



Wood Corner Garage, Inc. STATE INSPECTION TUNE UP • REPAIRS • TIRES ALIGNMENTS • CAR SALES 275 Wood Corner Rd., Lititz

717-733-6568 • 717-733-6696

Country Setting, .53 Acre Lot w/3 Bedroom, 2 Bath Bi-level Home. Finished Area In Basement w/Fireplace, Enclosed Deck On Rear Of The Home, Single Car Garage In Basement As Well As Oversized Single Car Attached Garage. This Property Is Located On A Dead End Street And Borders Farm Land With Great Views. OPEN HOUSE DATES: Sat. July 23rd & 30th From 1-3PM. Annual Taxes: $4,058. TERM: 10% Down Day Of Sale Balance Within 45 Days. Mt. Aetna Area Real Estate SALE FOR: Aaron L. Martin

Les Longenecker 484-256-1323 PA-002975-L

Auto - Truck - Motorcycle Inspection and General Repairs

A/C Service • Brakes • Struts • Tires Timing Belts • ASE Certified Text 717-297-1517

Adamstown 717-484-1377

Joel Heisey 717-949-3211 PA-004037-L

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Say You Saw It In “The Shopping News” - Wednesday, July 20, 2022 - 13B

SALES REGISTER WED., JULY 20 - 1:00 p.m. - Horst Auction Center, Ephrata. Antiques, collect­ ibles, household goods, tools. Horst Auctioneers. THURS., JULY 21 - 4:00 p.m. - Russell C. Coldren Estate, 83 Pittsburgh Hill Rd., Conestoga. 1 story rancher, 2 car garage 30x30, 1/2 acre country lot. Kline, Kreider and Good Auction­ eers. SAT., JULY 23 - 8:30 a.m. - Nelson B. Weaver Estate, 129 Bethany Rd., Ephrata. Toyota forklift, woodworking machinery, tools, carriage, cab wagon, lumber, furniture, appli­ ances, furniture, household goods, guns, coins. Tim Weaver Auction Service LLC. SAT., JULY 23 - 9:00 a.m. - Esther G. Smoker, 23 N. Westview Dr., Gor­ donville. Country 3 bedroom brick rancher, attached 2 car garage, 4/10 acre. Real estate at 1:00 p.m. Van, mowers, lawn and garden,

tools, furniture, primitives, coins. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. SAT., JULY 23 - 12:00 Noon - Robert G. Keller, 22 East Cumberland St., Leb­ anon. Well-maintained 6 unit apartment complex in the heart of Lebanon. Roy D. Shirk Auctioneer. TUES., JULY 26 - 6:00 p.m. - Janet M. Sherinski Estate, 124 Distillery Rd., Newmanstown. Brick and vinyl sided bi-level dwelling on 2.3 acres with lower-level single car garage and 2 garden sheds. Horst Auction­ eers. TUES., JULY 26 - 6:30 p.m. - Morris and Ruth Hursh, 303 Wissler Rd., New Holland. 2 story framed house, 3 bedrooms, .24 acre level lot, nice deck, new in 1996. Martin and Rutt Auctioneers. WED., JULY 27 - 1:00 p.m. - Horst Auction Center, Ephrata. Antiques, collect­ ibles, household goods, tools. Horst Auctioneers.

“Horst Auction Center” PUBLIC SALE

WED., JULY 27 - 5:00 p.m. - Erwin Sensenig Estate, 527 Gristmill Rd., Ephrata (Martindale Fire Company). Snap-On tool chests, Miller welder, SnapOn, Mac, Matco and blueprint tools, Snap-On air compressor and other tools. Tim Weaver Auction Service LLC. THURS., JULY 28 - 6:00 p.m. - Brenda A. Lutz Estate, 21 Galen Hall Rd., Rein­ holds. Dwelling, garage, 9/10 acre lot. Art Panne­ becker and Brad Wolf Auctioneers, Inc. THURS., JULY 28 - 6:00 p.m. - Erma H. Garman, 641 Sawmill Rd., East Earl. 15.9 acre farm, older 2 story house with 3 bedrooms, 80’x44’ shop for large trucks, storage units, newer bank barn for animals and storage, pasture. Martin and Rutt Auctioneers. THURS., JULY 28 - 6:00 p.m. - Charles R. Miller Estate, 187 Old Leacock Rd., Gordonville. Vinyl sided single story dwelling

with block 2 car garage. Horst Auctioneers. FRI., JULY 29 - 5:30 p.m. - Irvin Redcay, 211 E. Main St., Leola. Classic toy cars, trucks and tractors, antiques, signs, tools, furniture. Beiler-Campbell Auction Services. SAT., JULY 30 - 9:00 a.m. - Horst Auction Center, Ephrata. Outstanding fire­ arms, hunting, fishing and military collectibles and accessories. Horst Auction­ eers. TUES., AUGUST 2 - 5:00 p.m. - Lonny C. and Dixie L. Horst, 2672 Meadow View Rd., Manheim. 5.1 acre farmette, 2-1/2 story 4 bedroom farmhouse, 2 car garage, horse barn 24x30, garden shed. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. TUES., AUGUST 2 - 5:00 p.m. - Lonny C. and Dixie L. Horst, 2672 Meadow View Rd., Manheim. 5.1 acre farmette, 2-1/2 story 5 bedroom farmhouse, 2 car garage, horse barn 24x30,



9419 Little Pine Creek Road, Waterville. Rt. 15 N. towards Williamsport t Rt. 220 S. Right Rt. 287 N. Left Little Pine Creek Road.

garden shed. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. TUES., AUGUST 2 - 7:00 p.m. - Bullfrog Inn, George­ town, 1110 Georgetown Rd., Christiana. Commercial restaurant equipment, freez­ ers, fryers, grills, tables and chairs, décor, Avantco food prep refrigerators, ice machine, Masterbuilt refrig­ erator stand, food warmers, racks. Auction closes at 7:00 p.m. Beiler-Campbell Auction Services. WED., AUGUST 3 - 1:00 p.m. - Horst Auction Center, Ephrata. Antiques, collect­ ibles, household goods, tools. Horst Auctioneers. WED., AUGUST 3 - 5:00 p.m. - Raymond E. and Naomi S. Good, 280 W. Maple Grove Rd., Denver. Country 3 bedroom split foyer dwelling, 2 car garage, utility shed, 4/10 acre level lot. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers.

THURS., AUGUST 4 2:00 p.m. - Owl Creek Garage, 648 E. Lincoln Ave., Myerstown. Commercial type building 64x76, 5,280 sq. ft., 4 garage bays, office, parking, 3 acres, Zoned Commercial. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. THURS., AUGUST 4 5:00 p.m. - Dwight E. and Rosa L. Kauffman, 2051 Camp Swatara Rd., Myers­ town. 36x40 shop/garage, zoned commercial, 2.4 acres m/l. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. THURS., AUGUST 4 6:00 p.m. - Shirley M. Lefever Estate, 1606 N. Reading Rd., Stevens. 4 bed, 1 bath dwelling, garage, 1/4 acre lot. Art Pannebecker and Brad Wolf Auctioneers, Inc. THURS., AUGUST 4 6:30 p.m. - Barry L. and Vickie L. Krick, 83 Blaine (Continued On Page 14B)


SATURDAY, AUGUST 13 • 1 P.M. 1273 Springville Rd., East Earl. Rt. 322 E. from Blue Ball. Right Rt. 897 S. (Springville Rd.) to property on left corner of Springville Rd. & Sheep Hill Rd. Enter driveway from Sheep Hill Rd.


WEDNESDAY, JULY 27, 2022 AT 1:00 P.M.

Preview Times - Tuesday, July 26 from 2:00 P.M. thru 5:00 P.M. and Wednesday, July 27 from 8:00 A.M. *The following is just a very general list of items to be sold. Photos representing the entire auction will be posted on our website www.horstauction.com on Tuesday, July 26. 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.); ANTIQUE BARBER’S CHAIR; APPLIANCES; KITCHENWARE; CLOCKS & LAMPS; SILVER; COPPER & BRASS; NICE SMALL NATIONAL #11 CASH REGISTER; SMALL VINTAGE MILLS NICKEL SLOT MACHINE; MILLS 10 CENT SLOT MACHINE; CAST IRON; AGATE; TINWARE; PEWTER; WOODENWARE; VINTAGE WEYMAN BANJO; CHINA & GLASSWARE; POTTERY; LINENS & TEXTILES; BOOKS & PAPER; ESTATE & COSTUME JEWELRY; ARTWORK; CHRISTMAS & SEASONAL DECORATIONS; TOYS; TOOLS; LAWN & GARDEN EQUIPMENT; BOX LOTS & MANY OTHER ITEMS TO BE SOLD! Accepted Payments: Cash or PA Check. Visa, MasterCard, Discover & Debit Card with 3% fee. No out of state checks without prior approval.

Sale For:


Cabin sold w/all furnishings, kitchen w/appliances, living rm. w/wood stove, family/sun rm., main bdrm., 2 loft area bdrms. 24x10 & 16x9 (sleeps 10+), utility bldg. w/elec., 4½ ACRES m/l. Minutes to Pine Creek Rail Trail, Little Pine State Park & Lake. Great cabin for recreation, hunting & trout fishing. After 36 years, owners serious to sell. Move in condition cabin w/beam ceiling & open floor plan. See website for photos. Personal inspection by appointment or Open House Sat., July 23, 30 & Aug. 6 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) I. Eugene & ★INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY★ Janet S.

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

Gibble 717-665-4186


VALUABLE LANCSTER CO. REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY Very Well Kept 3 Unit Apartment Building with Detached Storage Building on a .289 Acre +/Level Lot. Fully Leased with Good Tenants VALUABLE LANCASTER CO. REAL ESTATE 241 W. Main St., New Holland, PA 17557 Very WellBoro Kept–3Eastern Unit Apartment Building with New Holland Lancaster County Schools Detached Storage Building on a .289 Acre +/- Level Lot pm Fully Leased with Good Tenants

Tuesday, August 9, 2022 ∙ 6:00 241 W. Main St., New Holland, PA 17557

New Holland Boro – Eastern Lancaster County Schools

Tuesday, August 9, 2022 • 6:00pm

Farm house w/1908 SF, country eat-in kitchen dining/family rm., large living rm., 1st floor laundry, 4 bdrms., 2 baths, office/nursery rm., attic, bsmt., oil HW heat, 10x18 deck, upgraded flooring & interior paint décor, 24x48 gar./ barn bldg. w/2 car gar., heated shop, 2 horse stalls, full 2nd floor storage, 10x16 utility bldg. w/elec., 6/10 ACRE level corner lot w/fenced lawn, large garden area, public sewer, new macadam drive & parking area. Owners relocating to farm & serious to sell. “Move in” condition, low maintenance, economical house & spacious garage/barn bldg. Convenient East Earl location. Minutes to New Holland, Goodville & Churchtown w/easy access to Rt. 23, Rt. 322 & Rt. 340. Personal inspection by appointment or open house Sat., July 23, 30 & August 6 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 717-7331006 (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

Calvin F. & Miriam K. Petersheim 717-405-2345 www.klinekreidergood.com

“Horst Auctioneers” PUBLIC SALE


THURSDAY, JULY 28, 2022 AT 6:00 P.M.

Located at 187 Old Leacock Rd., (Gordonville 17529), Leacock Twp., Lancaster Co., PA

(Located along the east side of Old Leacock Rd., between Rt. 30 & Rt. 340 adjacent to the Gordonville Fire Co.)



152 Boulder Hill Rd., Mohnton, PA 19540 (Bowmansville). Rt. 625 N. of Bowmansville. Right Boulder Hill Rd. to property on right. (Brecknock Twp., Lanc. Co.)

2½ sty. dwl. w/3255 SF finished area, country eat-in kitchen w/raised panel cabinets, pantry & side door to deck, L-shaped family rm. w/brick hearth for woodstove, living rm. w/built-in cabinetry & slide door to rear yard area, 5 bdrms., 2 full baths, 1st floor laundry/mudroom, office, attic, full bsmt., propane floor heat. Special Features: Spacious rooms thru out w/some exposed beams in family rm. master bdrm. w/cathedral ceiling. Original house built in 1957 w/new addition, kitchen & 2nd floor in 2015. Low maintenance exterior w/insulated/tilt windows, attached 2 car garage. Outbldg: Detached 2 car garage/shop 24x24, 6.6 ACRES partially wooded setting w/stream, approx. 4 acres wooded, small fenced meadow w/chicken house, 100-yard shooting range, plenty of yard & garden area. Zoned Ag. Owners relocating to a farm & motivated to sell! Great family property w/ stream & woodland. “Move in” condition. Convenient location, minutes to East Earl, Terre Hill & Adamstown w/easy access to Rts. 625, 897 & 568. Personal inspection by appointment or open house Sat., August 6, 13 & 20 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 Javan M. & Roy E. Good, Jr. Alissa Z. Martin Aaron Z. Nolt 717-629-1526 Curvin M. Horning 717-445-4309 Lic. #499, #2116, www.klinekreidergood.com #5064, #3956

Real estate consists of an updated 3 unit apartment building that is fully Leased. Each unit contains 2 BRs, living room, eat in kitchen, full bath and laundry hook ups. There is a full unfinished basement and detached garage/shed. units have electric Real Estate consists of an updated 3 All unit apartment building that is baseboard heat.unit2 contains units on a month-to-month basis fully leased. Each 2 BRs, living room, eat-in kitchen, full bath laundry hook ups. There There is a full unfinished and oneand Lease ends 12/31/22. is onsite basement parking and detached garage/shed. All units have electric baseboard heat. for 6+on vehicles. Annual $$34,080 with 2 units a month-to-month basis income and one lease ends 12/31/22. There is on-site parking for vehicles. Annual $34,080 estimated expenses of6+$9,664. Publicincome water and with estimated expenses of $9,664. Public water and sewer. Total sewer. Total taxes $$4,591 taxes $4,591. pm OPEN FOR INSPECTION: 7/20/22∙4-6 &• 5-6pm. OPEN FOR INSPECTION: 7/20/22 • 4-6pm & 8/9/22 pm 8/9/22∙5-6No private . No private showings.showings. TERMS: 10% down at auction. Bal Bal. by TERMS: 10% Down at auction. by9/23/22. 9/23/22. Buyer paysall all realty realty transfer tax.tax. Buyer pays transfer Glenn E. & Lisa N. Herr FOR: Glenn E.FOR: & Lisa N. Herr (717) 442-9221 (610) 384-8433 www.barrdavis.com Announcements at Auction Take Precedence Over Ads AY-002084

VINYL SIDED SINGLE STORY DWELLING (Approx. 990 sq. ft. living space) The first floor contains a living room; kitchen with built-in cabinets and gas stove; dining room; 2 bedrooms; full bathroom; storage attic with builtin steps (could be converted into extra living space). Full basement with concrete floor contains an oil-fired hot water furnace, recent central AC. 24 x 28 BLOCK TWO CAR GARAGE LOT SIZE – 182’ (Frontage) x 98’ x 100’ (Triangular Shape Lot) PEQUEA VALLEY SCHOOL DISTRICT – APPROX. $2,600 TOTAL YEARLY R.E. TAXES This circa 1948 compact dwelling is currently in need of some cosmetic work and updating but is in good structural condition with a full basement and expandable second floor attic area. The oversized two car garage is certainly an added bonus to this affordable property being sold at an Estate Public Sale. OPEN HOUSE – Saturday, July 23 from 1 P.M.-3 P.M. or for information/ inspection call (717) 615-3593. *TERMS OF SALE - $10,000 down payment on the day of sale; balance at settlement on or before 9/26/2022. Purchaser pays both realty transfer taxes. Property sold as-is. Douglas Good, Atty.

Sale For:


14B - Wednesday, July 20, 2022 - Say You Saw It In “The Shopping News”

SALES REGISTER (Continued From Page 13B)

Ave., Leola. Super nice 3 bedroom rancher, detached 24’x24’ shop, finished base­ ment, central A/C, good updates. Martin and Rutt Auctioneers. FRI., AUGUST 5 - 5:00 p.m. - John D. Miller Jr. Estate, 2 Poplar St., Rich­ land. 4 bedroom 2 bath home with detached garage on .41 +/- acre lot. Heisey Auctions. SAT., AUGUST 6 - 9:00 a.m. - Horst Auction Center, Ephrata. Antiques, collect­ ibles, toys, model trains, dolls, household goods,

tools. Horst Auctioneers. SAT., AUGUST 6 - 9:00 a.m. - Marlin and Linda Martin, 208 College Ave., Terre Hill. 4 bedroom house, detached garage/ shop, .47 acre lot. Real estate at 12:00 p.m. Personal property, animal mounts, furniture, guns, tools, glassware. Tim Weaver Auction Service LLC. SAT., AUGUST 6 - 9:00 a.m. - Helen E. Fritz, 2498 Old Phila. Pk., Lancaster. #1 - 2-1/2 story 4 bedroom dwelling, 1 acre lot. #2 Adjoining 8 acre tract of land, zoned Village General. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. TUES., AUGUST 9 6:00 p.m. - Glenn E. and Lisa N. Herr, 241 W. Main St., New Holland. Very well kept 3 unit apartment

building with detached storage building on a .289 acre +/- level lot. Barr Davis Auctioneers, LLC. WED., AUGUST 10 1:00 p.m. - Horst Auction Center, Ephrata. Antiques, collectibles, household goods, tools. Horst Auction­ eers. FRI., AUGUST 12 - 2:00 p.m. - I. Eugene and Janet S. Gibble, 9419 Little Pine Creek Rd., Waterville. Cabin, 4-1/2 acres, all furnishings included. Kline, Kreider and Good Auction­ eers. FRI., AUGUST 12 - 6:00 p.m. - Aaron L. Martin, 25 Green St., Myerstown. Bilevel 3 bedroom, 2 bath home on .53 acre lot and an oversized single car attached garage. LH Auctions.


SAT., AUGUST 13 - 9:00 a.m. - Horst Auction Center, Ephrata. Antique tool auction. Horst Auctioneers. SAT., AUGUST 13 10:00 a.m. - Rebecca A. Fisher Estate, 338 Gap Rd., Ronks. Country 2 story 3 unit investment dwelling, 2 story 3 bay garage/shop 32x48, 1/2 acre level lot. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. SAT., AUGUST 13 - 1:00 p.m. - Calvin F. and Miriam K. Petersheim, 1273 Spring­ ville Rd., East Earl. 2-1/2 story spacious 4 bedroom farm house, 1-1/2 story 2 car garage/barn/shop 24x48, 6/10 acre lot. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. MON., AUGUST 15 5:00 p.m. - Caleb C. and Angela B. Fischer, 401





THURS., AUG. 4, 2022 SALE AT 6:00 P.M.

Located at 1606 N. Reading Rd., Stevens (E. Cocalico Twp., Lanc. Co.) Property is situated on Rt. 272 between Reamstown and Adamstown.



Monday, August 15, 2022 6:00 P.M.

LOCATION: 918 Rabbit Hill Rd., Lititz, PA 17543 Warwick Township, Lancaster County

Real Estate consists of a brick Cape Cod style dwelling, built in 1954, containing an eat-in kitchen; a dining room (converted to laundry/potential half bath); a living room; one bedroom; and an enclosed porch all on the main level. The upstairs consists of three bedrooms and a full bath. There is approx. 1,400 sq. ft. of living space throughout. Full basement. Front and rear porches. Oil forced air heat. Public water and sewer. Situated on a 0.27 (+/-) acre lot, this conveniently located property also features a two car detached garage with electric and 2nd floor storage. This is a great opportunity, with loads of potential throughout. Being sold to settle an estate - you won’t want to miss this auction! Open Houses to be held Sun., July 24 & Sat., July 30 from 1-3PM, or by appt., contact Auctioneer at (717) 371-9603. 10% down day of sale, balance due at settlement. 1% Broker participation offered. Call Auctioneer for details. E. Richard Young, Atty. Terms By:

SHIRLEY M. LEFEVER ESTATE Lic. #AU005308-L 717-336-6983 www.pannebeckerwolf.com




THURS., JULY 28, 2022 SALE AT 6:00 P.M.

Located at 21 Galen Hall Rd., Reinholds (W. Cocalico Twp., Lanc. Co.) From intersection for Rt. 897 & Rt. 272 in Adamstown, take Rt. 897 north into Reinholds. Turn right on Galen Hall Rd., to property on left.

Real Estate consists of vinyl-sided, 1½ story dwelling, built in 1924, containing a kitchen with breakfast bar and an open dining area; a living room; one bedroom; a full bath; laundry hookup, and an enclosed porch all on the main level. The upstairs consists of a bedroom and the potential for an additional bedroom or office space; undereave storage. There is approx. 1,500 sq. ft. of living space throughout. Full basement with outside access. Natural gas forced air heat. Whole house generator backup. Public water. Public sewer. Situated on a 0.89 (+/-) acre lot, this cute property also features a detached one-car garage, and plenty of room to run, play, and garden! (This property features two deeds, which will be sold together). This is a great opportunity - you won’t want to miss this auction! Open House to be held Sat., July 23 from 1-3PM, or by appt., contact Auctioneer at (717) 371-9603. 10% down day of sale, balance due at settlement. 1% Broker participation offered. Call auctioneer for details Tim Huber, Atty. Terms By:


Lic. #AU005308-L 717-336-6983 www.pannebeckerwolf.com

5.7 ACRE FARMETTE: 21/2 story brick 1865 farmhouse with 2,580 sq. ft., five (5) bedrooms, 1.5 baths. 30’x41’ stucco office & garage building, top level with 5 offices & conference room, bathroom and storage area. Lower level with 3 garages and service door. 61’x72’ large frame metal-sided bank barn with eight (8) individual storage bays, two (2) bays with loft area. 24’x72’ frame-sided addition heated and insulated shop plus equipment and parts area. Fenced in grass area great for horses. “Highly Motivated Seller.” THIS PROPERTY OFFERS MUCH POTENTIAL. Excellent opportunity. Zoned Ag. This has been the home of Bottom Line Contracting for 25 years. Open House showing Saturday, July 30 & August 6, 12:00-2:00 P.M. For Financing, Photos, Full Listing, Terms, See Website: www.witmanauctioneers.com Auction For: Craig E. Hasson

Auction By:

Awol Rd., Jonestown. 1 story 4 bedroom rancher, 1 car garage, detached 1 car garage, 1.3 acres rural lot. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. MON., AUGUST 15 6:00 p.m. - Craig E. Hasson, 918 Rabbit Hill Rd., Lititz. 5.7 acre farmette, 2-1/2 story 5 bedroom farmhouse, stucco office and 3 car garage building, 61’x72’ frame sided bank barn with 8 storage bays and 24’x72’ heated work shop. Witman Auctioneers. FRI., AUGUST 19 - 5:00 p.m. - Steven J. and Sarah L. Stoltzfus, 894 S. Custer Ave., New Holland. Country split foyer dwelling, 2 car garage, 2 story barn/shop/garage 40x56, kennel, 1.72 acres. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. FRI., AUGUST 19 - 4:00 p.m. & SAT., AUGUST 20 - 8:30 a.m. - Robert C. and Nancy Lee Diem, 1527 Briertown Rd., East Earl. 2

day public auction - 5.61 acre farmette, 3 bedroom rancher, 3 bay garage and shop, pond. Real estate at 1:00 p.m. Saturday. 24 guns and ammo, anvils, antiques and furniture, 27-T log splitter, 300+ lots silver coin collection. Martin and Rutt Auctioneers. TUES., AUGUST 23 5:00 p.m. - Benuel K. and Lillian B. Riehl, 2950 Cambridge Rd., Honey Brook. 2-1/2 story 4 bed­ room farmhouse, bank barn/ garage/shop 40x46, horse barn 16x32, dog kennel, pavilion, 1-1/2 acres. Kline, Kreider and Good Auction­ eers. TUES., AUGUST 23 5:00 p.m. - Benuel K. and Lillian B. Riehl, 2875 Cambridge Rd., Honey Brook. Country 1 story 3 bedroom rancher, 2 story shop/garage 32x44 plus 2nd shop/garage 32x42, office, large rec. room, utility/ storage, 3/4 acre lot, fenced pasture. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers.

(Voganville Area)



TUES., JULY 26, 2022 at 6:30 PM LOCATED AT: 303 Wissler Rd., New Holland, PA 17557 DIRECTIONS: From the 4-way stop sign in Voganville, travel South on Wissler Rd. to property on the left. REAL ESTATE LISTING: A nice 2-story frame house w/3 bedrooms on .24 acre level lot. House was built brand new in 1996; it has desirable vinyl siding; approx. 1,568 sq. ft. of living area. Main level has a nice eat-in kitchen w/ oak cabinetry, appliances; oversized LR; powder bath; rear 16’x12’ deck w/trex type flooring; front foyer w/banister stairway to second level; nice primary BR w/deep WIC; 2 additional BRs w/closets; full bath; basement in unimproved w/ concrete walls & floor; elec. heat pump & central A/C; on-site well & septic; water softener & UV light; Earl Twp.; Eastern Lanc. S.D.; nice storage shed; off-street parking in the back; total taxes approx. $3,294. Attorney Kling, Deibler, & Glick 717-354-7700. OPEN HOUSE: 1 hour prior to the auction. Call/Text Auctioneer 717-587-8906. Please visit our website www.martinandrutt.com or Facebook or Instagram

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Auction By: Auction For: John J. Rutt II MORRIS & RUTH 717-587-8906 HURSH Michael J. Martin 717-371-3333 AY-002189-L EPHRATA & NEW HOLLAND, PA

- Terre Hill Area -

(Terre Hill/Black Creek Area)

Witman Auctioneers, Inc. Luke R. & Clarke N. Witman www.witmanauctioneers.com (717) 665-5735 • (717) 665-1300

Member of PA & National Auctioneers Assoc.

PUBLIC AUCTION Valuable Real Estate

4 Bdrm. House - Detached Car Garage/Shop .47 Acre Lot Personal Property - Animal Mounts - Furniture Guns - Tools - Glassware



THURS., JULY 28 at 6:00 PM LOCATED AT: 641 Sawmill Rd., East Earl, Pa. 17519

Sat., Aug. 6, 2022 at 9:00 A.M. R.E. at 12:00 Noon

Location: 208 College Ave., Terre Hill, PA 17581 (Terre Hill Boro./Lanc. Co.) Directions: Take Route 897 North of Route 23 to Terre Hill. Turn left onto Main Street. Left onto Oak Lane. Follow signs to auction.


.47 Acre property w/4 Bdrm. house & garage/shop. 2½ sty. house w/2438 sq.ft., 4 bdrms., 2 full/1 half baths, eat-in kitchen, formal dining rm., living rm., family rm., great rm., laundry, mud rm., basement w/outside steps, attic, covered front porch, rear deck. 200 amp elec. Oil/Forced air heat. Outbuildings: 1 car detached garage w/shop addition. All on a .47 acre lot w/ample shade, abundant lawn. Public water. Public sewer. Terre Hill Boro. Zoned Residential. Elanco Schools. Taxes: Approx. $3378. Auctioneer Note: Affordable 4 bdrm. home w/a wonderful country view. Excellent investment opportunity or as personal residence. Easy access to Rts. 897, 23, 625 & 322. Minutes to Martindale, New Holland, Blue Ball, etc. Come to buy - the Martin’s plan to sell. Terms: 10% down, settlement on or before Oct. 5, 2022. Kling, Deibler & Glick, Attys. 717-354-7700. Personal Inspection by appointment or OPEN HOUSE: Saturday, July 23, 1-3 PM. Call 717-314-8279 to schedule a private showing. See more at Auctionzip.com ID #25403 Auctioneers: Tim Weaver, Dave Stoltzfus, Steve Schuler, Matthew Martin

Auction for: Marlin & Linda Martin Contact: Diane 717-314-8279 Tim Weaver Auct. Serv. Phone: 717-354-9524 Lic. # AY2109

DIRECTIONS: From Bowmansville, travel South on Rt. 625 for approx. 3 miles and turn right on Sawmill Rd. to property on right. REAL ESTATE: A wonderful 15.9 acre Farmette w/an older 2-story house, 80’x44’ truck shop & newer 44’x40’ bank barn. House has frame & stone construction under vinyl siding; approx. 2,078 sq. ft. of living area; large eatin kitchen; living room; main level bedroom; main level bathroom & laundry; enclosed front porch; rear mudroom entrance. Second level has 3 bedrooms (1 is a walk-thru); full bathroom; oil heat; on-site well & septic system; East Earl Twp.; ELANCO School District; Clean/Green program; super low total taxes $2,261.00. TRUCK SHOP & BARN: A very nice 80’x44’ truck garage w/15.5’ ceilings, office room, steel exterior, concrete floor, water & electric hook-up, insulated, wood stove, 80’x19’ truck bay w/14’ ceiling, concrete floor; (2) 24’x16’ storage rooms w/overhead doors & loading dock; (3) 24’x11’ storage units w/concrete floor & overhead doors. 44’x40’ BANK BARN BUILT 4 YEARS AGO is frame built & steel exterior; lower level space for animals or storage & 1-bay for carriage or car; beautiful real stone wall; second level is all open w/12’ ceilings & quality tunggrove barn-board flooring. AUCTIONEER NOTE: Approx. 9 acres of productive tillable land; pasture areas w/both high-tensile & box-wire fencing; wonderful location w/house sitting back away from the road. Would make a great produce or horse farm, with abundant room for large trucks. Bring your dreams, this country estate w/small stream would fit many different possibilities. Property needs general upkeep but has boundless possibilities. OPEN HOUSE: Call/Text Auctioneer 717-587-8906. Please visit our website at www.martinandrutt.com or Facebook or Intagram.

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:


(late HENRY Z.)

Say You Saw It In “The Shopping News” - Wednesday, July 20, 2022 - 15B

Deeds Recorded The following were recorded at the Lancaster County Recorder of Deeds office from July 7 to July 13: Adamstown Borough Tamela Sue Fitzkee and Amy N. Stoner conveyed property on North Poplar Street to Madalyn Rayne Molignoni for $172,000. Akron Borough Kathleen M. Wengryn and Stephen Wengryn conveyed property on Park Street to Kyle Sholly and Lauren E. Sholly for $325,000. Brody R. Simmons and Brooke R. Simmons con­ veyed property on Edgehill Drive to Brody R. Simmons for $1.

Brecknock Township Lisa R. Musser conveyed property on Kramer Mill Road to Frank N. Zimm­ erman and Mary J. Zimm­ erman for $155,000. Everett Eby conveyed prop­ erty on Steffy Road to West Side Exhaust LLC for $479,000. Grace A. Zimmerman con­ veyed property in Brecknock Township to Alexandra C. Weber and David R. Weber for $440,000. Clay Township The Dorothy E. Bouder Estate conveyed property on Flaxen Lane to Brian E. Bouder for $1. Denver Borough Glen M. Bollinger conveyed property on Fausnacht Drive to Mitchell Sheaffer for $410,000. The Paul L. Rutter Estate conveyed property on Main



Street to Bons Properties & More LLC for $201,000. Charles E. Fry Jr. conveyed property on South Second Street to Hanni A. Snyder and Joshua K. Snyder for $215,900. Earl Township David S. Edwards and Grace A. Edwards conveyed prop­ erty on Windsock Way to James Lang and Marilyn Lang for $451,000. The Raymond Reiff Estate conveyed property in Earl Township to John A. Blank for $317,000. East Cocalico Township Narrows Glen Inc. conveyed property in East Cocalico Township to Tracy L. Sonnemann for $555,000. Rick L. Good conveyed property on Hill Road to Derrick J. good for $220,000. JMR Realty Investments LLC conveyed property in

East Cocalico Township to Michael Sypniewski for $240,000. Sunview Partners LP con­ veyed property on Wabash Road to Jean A. Belzince and Sherley T. Belzince for $190,000. East Earl Township Brooke Bumeder and Keith Bumeder conveyed property on Wildflower Drive to Adam W. Burnet for $280,000. Jing Hui Wang and Mei Yun Zheng conveyed property in East Earl Township to Jing Hui Wang and Mei Yun Zheng for $1. Ephrata Borough Samantha Hurst and Tristan A. Hurst conveyed property on Terrace Avenue to Kim­ berly R. Martin for $217,000. The Florence A. Owens Estate conveyed property on East Main Street to Marlin

Fri., Aug. 5 at 5:00 PM 2 Poplar St., Richland, PA 17087

Auction For:

John D. Miller Jr. Estate Attorney: Ken Sandoe (717) 866-5737

(New Holland Area)



SAT., JULY 30, 2022 at 8:30 AM REAL ESTATE at 1:00 PM

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 3 • 5 P.M. 280 W. Maple Grove Rd., Denver, PA 17517. Rt. 625 N. to Bowmansville. Left W. Maple Grove Rd. to property on right. (Brecknock Twp., Lanc. Co.)

Brick/vinyl “one owner” split foyer dwl. w/1504 SF finished area, eatin kitchen w/custom cherry raised panel cabinets, pantry, appliances & slide door to multi-level deck, living rm. w/picture window, 3 bdrms., 1½ baths, laundry, family rm. w/brick fireplace, electric radiant heat, (2) minisplit AC units, low maintenance exterior w/insulated/tilt windows thru out, 2 car garage, utility shed 16x12, 4/10 ACRE level country lot w/macadam driveway, rear farmland boundary, professional landscaping, mature shade. Zoned Ag. After 48 years, owners relocating out of county. Clean well-maintained property in absolute “move in” condition. Low taxes. Convenient location, minutes to Fivepointville, Terre Hill & East Earl w/easy access to Rts. 625, 897 & Turnpike. Personal inspection by appointment or open house July 23 & 30 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 717-445-4309 Lic. #499, #2116, #5064, #3956

Raymond E. & Naomi S. Good 717-445-5504 or 717-475-7147 www.klinekreidergood.com

Located at: 141 S. Shirk Rd., New Holland, PA Earl Twp. Lancaster Co.

PUBLIC TOY COLLECTOR AUCTION Classic Toy Cars, Trucks and Tractors Antiques • Signs • Tools • Furniture Auction Location - Bareville Fire Company

Friday, July 29, 2022 @ 5:30 P.M. Directions: From W. Main St. New Holland (Rt. 23) at Sheetz, take S. Shirk Rd. to home on left. Real Estate: Consists of a 1,536 sq. ft. custom built (1965) 3-bedroom stone rancher w/carport & detached stone 2-bay garage on a .34-ac. lot. Main floor includes a custom cabinetry kitchen w/appliances; dining area; sitting room; 12’x18’ formal living room w/bay window; laundry/full bath combo; 3 bedrooms w/HW floors & closets; full bath; 2nd floor includes a 4th bedroom; storage room & closets; basement has 900 sq. ft. finished family room w/tile flooring; stone FP w/custom SS wood-burning insert; new oil furnace; Bilco access door; on-site well & public sewer; annual taxes: $3,347. Outbuilding: A 24’x24’ custom stone 2-bay garage w/2nd floor storage. Nice macadam circle driveway & garden area. OPEN HOUSE: SAT., JULY 23 from 1-3 PM; for info call/text auctioneer @ (717) 371-3333. Terms: 10% down day of sale, balance on or before 60 days. Attorney: Linda Kling (717) 354-7700. Note: Attractive custom stone rancher & garage on a level rural Earl Twp., Lancaster Co. tract just west of New Holland. Great location close to many conveniences, desirable ELANCO Schools! ** BROKER PARTICIPATION INVITED-CONTACT AUCTIONEER ** For PHOTOS & COIN LIST, visit www.martinandrutt.com COINS @ 8:30 AM: 8 Gold Coins; 25 Silver Dollars, Silver Halves, Bulk Silver Qtrs. & Dimes; etc. (Coins not on premises until sale day!) CAR @ NOON: 1990 Oldsmobile Cutlass Ciera 127k mi. blue, 4-cyl., auto, VIN# 2G3AL54R6L2343741 LAWN/SHOP ITEMS: Craftsman 15hp mower w/42” deck; Toro 21” trim mower; string & hedge trimmers; hand & power tools; bar & C-clamps; bench vise & grinder; old bike; wooden ladder; galvanized water can; wheelbarrow; tricycle; wagon; brooms, shovels, rakes, organizers; etc. ANTIQUES & FURNITURE: Nice mid-century furniture includes a dinette w/4 chairs, end & coffee tables, side chairs, 4 & 5 pc. BR suites; rockers; dbl. & single beds; 50s chrome table; roll-top desk; chest freezer, washer & dryer; school desk; nice cast parlor stove; cast waffle iron; copper teapot; scales; painted Toleware trays; oil & tin lamps; Dietz lanterns; canning jars-some old green; washboard; nice kitchen primitives; washstand; pitcher/bowl set; candle molds; 400-day German clock; Pink Depression & early china; cast iron horse & sad irons; humidor stand; quilts; crocks & jugs; painted milk can; BB gun; framed dart board; market basket; old ship-in-a-bottle; old cameras; clothes tree; lots of nice clean kitchen cookware & baking items plus much more not listed! Terms: Cash, PA check or credit card w/3% fee. Food available. Sale held under tent, bring a chair!

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

Auction For:


Member of PA & National Auctioneers Assoc.

property on North State Street to Ann M. Teed for $184,900. Agnes A. Thomas and Stephen R. Thomas con­ veyed property on East Fulton Street to Brittany D. Stoltzfus and Nicholas S. Stoltzfus for $352,000. Jean L. Good and Randy O. Good conveyed property on Penn Avenue to Danielle Livingston and Joseph S. Livingston for $300,000. (Continued On Page 16B)

(Leola Area)



THURS., AUG. 4 at 6:30 PM LOCATED AT: 83 Blaine Ave., Leola, PA 17540


Located on the corner of Poplar St. and Main St. 1,826 SF 4 BR 2 Bath 2½ Sty. Single-Family Home Featuring Eat-In Kitchen Open to Dining Rm.; Lg. Family Rm. (w/BR Potential); Living Rm.; Updated 1st Floor Full Bath; 1st Floor Laundry; Storage Attic; Unfinished Basement; Central Air; Forced Air Heat; Public Water/ Sewer; 100 Amp Service. Detached 14x18 1-Car Garage w/Overhead Door & Electric. ELCO S.D., Richland Borough, Lebanon Co. OPEN HOUSE: Sat, 7/23, 1-3 PM, or by appointment. Call Auctioneer (717-383-5606) to make appoint. or for help to obtain bank financing. NOTE: Outstanding corner lot in a quiet town. Off-street parking w/alley access. House is ready to be updated to new owners liking. Come prepared to buy, house is being sold to settle the estate! TERMS: 10% Down; Balance in 45 Days. SEE MORE INFO & PHOTOS: www.HeiseyAuctions.com

L. Harnish for $161,000. Fay Lee Rainwater and Kathy N. Worcester con­ veyed property on Circle Drive to Fay Lee Rainwater for $1. Kirsten R. Vavreck and Michael A. Vavreck con­ veyed property in Ephrata Borough to Linda F. Greenberg and Michael J. Greenberg for $255,000. Melissa A. Hinerdeer and Scott Hinerdeer conveyed

211 E. Main St., Leola, PA 17540

Classic Toy Cars: 57 Ford Conver�ble; 32 Cadillac conver�ble touring car; 61 Lincoln x100 Kennedy touring car; 59 Chevy conver�ble touring car, all in precision models, Radio for Ford 56 car; Lots of other car models; Hess fire trucks; Dozs. of local Winross trucks; Farmall, AC. And IH tractors; Farmall restora�on series; NH. Engine baler; lots of misc. cars, trucks, and tractors. Furniture: Hoosier cabinet; Agate top cabinet; Fain�ng couch; Glass door display cabinets; Class courier cabinet; Early tall chest of drawers; Early slant top desk; Eck cupboard. Tools: Creeper; Goodyear Mech. Seat; 3500-wa� Steele generator; S�hl AV 24 wood boss chain saw; Huffy white wall balloon �red and UFX 21 speed bike; Sm. Hyd. Floor jack; Deep Sea and reg. fishing poles; Radio Shack metal detector; Tob. Spear. An�ques: Vintage adver�sing and promo�onal items including sm. CI stove w. ke�les; Old tob. Tins; Toy slot mach.; 1917 Hector cigar box full of orig, World globe; Vintage candle run 4 �er carousal; 2 blackout bulbs; CI trick dog coin bank; 2 Wooden covered wagon models; Lots more too numerous to men�on. Trophies: Dozens of car show trophies; African carved ebony pcs., passenger truck and luggage cart. Signs: Lots of metal vintage car related signs including Shorty Long plate topper; many more. Games and Books: Zimmerman family history 1920-1988; Fox family 1818-1902; Sears and Roebuck catalog; 1969 Sears catalog; Nat. Geo. Mag.; 56 Ford owner’s manual; Misc. children and history books; MF. Equip. books; Old calendars; Ag. Almanacs; Wooden carrom bd. Many other books, games, and puzzles. Coins: Misc. old coins including 30 pcs. 1943 linc. Steel wheat pennies. Terms: 10% buyers premium added; payment day of auc�on in Cash, PA check or Credit card with a 3% fee. **Ladies Auxiliary will be serving food beginning at 5PM.** For more informa�on, pictures and forms, go to: www.beiler-campbellauc�ons.com • www.auc�onzip.com • www.GoToAuc�on.com

Sellers: Irvin Redcay (717) 575-0336


AY# 002026

www.beiler-campbellauctions.com • 888-209-6160

Auctioneers: Noah Shirk 717-354-0192 AU#005928 Harold Martin 717-738-4228 AA#019488

DIRECTIONS: From Rt. 23 at the Fulton Bank, turn North on Conestoga St. to left turn on Blaine Ave. to property on right. REAL ESTATE: An extremely nice 3-bedroom brick Rancher w/approx. 1,678 sq. ft. and detached 2-car garage on .36 acre level lot. House was built in 1958; has a front door foyer w/flagstone flooring; a stunning solid Cherry kitchen w/ abundant counter space, refrigerator, duel fuel w/gas stove top & elec. oven, skylights; open to dining area w/patio door to treated wood 21’x14’ deck, builtin display shelf, & hardwood flooring; impressive 22’x14’ front living room has distressed brick-looking fireplace w/gas logs, vaulted 11.5’ ceiling; 3 bedrooms w/closets; inspiring full bathroom w/granite top double sink, tile shower w/glass front; guest powder bathroom; entire main level has hardwood flooring except kitchen has custom vinyl flooring; 1-car attached garage w/new paint. Lower level offers additional approx. 800 sq. ft. living area; has recently finished family room w/painted wooden walls, vinyl flooring; recreation room; new second full bathroom w/shower stall; laundry work area; natural gas warm air furnace; central A/C; public water & sewer. DETACHED GARAGE/SHOP: A newer custom-built 24’x24’ garage or shop has 2 garage bays w/insulated overhead doors; in-floor radiant heat; 10’ ceiling; water hook-up; Upper Leacock Twp.; CV School District (only a few 100 ft. to elementary school); total taxes approx. $3,587. AUCTIONEER NOTE: This house is very impressive with many recent updates; new painted brick exterior; new stone front walk-way; new macadam driveway; new 21’x14’ rear deck; nice rear stone-paver patio; good shingle roof; new gutters; good windows; new landscaping; nice 12’x10’ storage shed; includes snow blower; lawn mower; chest freezer. This house really needs to be seen to appreciate. The owners are moving out of the area, please make plans to buy. OPEN HOUSE DATES: Saturdays, July 23 & 30 from 1-3 PM. Call/Text Auctioneer 717-587-8906. OFFERING 1% BROKER PARTICIPATION, AGENTS NEED TO REGISTER Visit our website at www.martinandrutt.com or Facebook or Instagram.

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

Auction For:

EPHRATA, PA Member of PA & National Auctioneers Assoc.


“Horst Auctioneers” PUBLIC SALE


TUESDAY, JULY 26, 2022 AT 6:00 P.M.

Located at 124 Distillery Rd., (Newmanstown 17043), Heidelberg Twp., Lebanon Co., PA

(Directions – Rt. 501 between Brickerville & Schaefferstown, turn west onto Distillery Rd.)

BRICK & VINYL SIDED BI-LEVEL DWELLING (Approx. 1,690 sq. ft. living space) The upper level contains a living room; kitchen with raised panel cabinets, refrigerator, stove & dishwasher; dining room; three bedrooms; full bathroom; 10’x39’ wooden deck. The lower level contains a large family room with dining area; kitchen/laundry room with gas stove, refrigerator, auto washer and dryer; full bathroom; concrete patio. Electric baseboard heat; central A.C. 12 x 26 LOWER LEVEL SINGLE CAR GARAGE 12 x 16 FRAME GARDEN SHED 8 x 12 FRAME GARDEN SHED LOT SIZE – 2.3 ACRES (M/L) This property consists of two separately deeded lots being sold together. Both lots have 126’ frontage x 400’ depth ELCO SCHOOL DISTRICT – APPROX. $4,300 TOTAL YEARLY R.E. TAXES This 2.3 acre property is located in a nice rural residential setting in a convenient location just off Route 501 between Brickerville and Schaefferstown. The dwelling offers plenty of living space with three bedrooms, two full bathrooms and two kitchens with appliances. Be sure to inspect this valuable property being sold at an estate public sale! OPEN HOUSE - Saturday, July 23 from 1 P.M.-3 P.M. or for information/ inspection call (717) 872-4226. *TERMS OF SALE - $25,000 down payment on the day of sale; balance at settlement on or before 9/23/2022. Purchaser pays both realty transfer taxes. Property sold as-is. Jeff Goss, Atty.

Sale For:


16B - Wednesday, July 20, 2022 - Say You Saw It In “The Shopping News”

Deeds Recorded (Continued From Page 15B)

Amy R. Potts and Daniel J. Potts conveyed property on Arch Street to Matthew M. Landis and Rosalyn S. Landis for $273,000. Gayle L. Ochs and Gilbert M. Ochs Jr. conveyed property on East Chestnut Street to Burnell L. Zeiset for $120,000. Steven J. Jellum conveyed property in Ephrata Borough to Patricia R. Jellum for $1. Gregory W. Mundorff conveyed property on West Franklin Street to Merlin Zimmerman for $183,000. Deborah A. Witmer and Scott A. Witmer conveyed property in Ephrata Borough to Scott A. Witmer for $1. Ephrata Township

Joyce Babjak and Robert Babjak conveyed property on Autumn Blaze Way to Laura Merkel and Wayne Merkel for $390,000. Wayne Merkel conveyed property in Ephrata Town­ ship to Derek Karsten and Deshera Karsten for $385,000. Zimmerman Home Builders LLC conveyed property on Lake View Road to Shawn Norcross and Molly Sabol for $549,890. Lititz Borough Jalisa A. Baldwin and Jason L. Baldwin conveyed prop­ erty on North Cedar Street to Donald G. Reynard and Rhonda L. Reynard for $320,000. Aaron D. Christner and Heidi K. Christner conveyed proprety on South Cedar Street to Melissa A. Hinerdeer and Scott A. Hinerdeer for $375,000. Barbara J. Lease and Michael A. Lease conveyed property in Lititz Borough to Barbara J. Lease and

Michael A. Lease for $1. New Holland Borough Joseph A. Troncale and Lisa M. Troncale conveyed property on Willow Circle to Anna C. Martin and Jared E. Martin for $1. Raymell R. Houck con­ veyed property on Locust Street to David Michael Sassaman for $180,000. James M. Williams Jr. and Vicky L. Williams conveyed

- Ephrata/Akron Area -


Toyota Forklift - Woodworking Machinery - Tools Carriage - Cab Wagon - Lumber - Furniture Appliances - Furniture - HH Goods - Guns - Coins

Saturday, July 23, 2022 at 8:30 A.M. Location: 129 Bethany Rd., Ephrata, PA 17522

Directions: Rt. 322 East of Ephrata, turn right onto Bethany Rd. Follow 1 mile to auction on right.

Carriage & Wagon

Toyota 48V Forklift

Tractor Collection


- FORKLIFT & SHOP EQUIPMENT Toyota 48V Forklift w/3 Stage Mast & Side shift; Exide 3000 48V Charger; Saw Stop Professional Series Table Saw; Bridgewood 20” Planer w/5HP/1PH Motor; Grizzly G0576 10” Table Saw w/Shop Fox Fence & 2HP Motor; Conestoga L3-101 Shaper w/ 3HP Motor; Shop Fox W1706 14” Bandsaw; Grizzly Dust Collector; Conestoga 36” Wide Belt Sander; Conestoga Big Boy 80 Edge Sander; Grizzly G0452 6” Jointer; Bridgewood 6” Jointer; (1) DeWalt & (1) Craftsman Radial Arm Saws; Conestoga 12 Speed Drill Press; DeWalt 715 12” Miter Saw; Pipe Clamps; Makita Belt Sander; Porter Cable 7” Disc Sander; Senco Finish Nailer; Ryobi & Makita Routers; Delta 1” Belt Sander; Brad Nailers; (2) Dynabrade Air Palm Sanders (12,000 rpm); Milwaukee Sawzall; Kreg Jig; Router Bits; Grizzly G0739 Oscillating Spindle Sander; Delta 15” Scroll Saw; Warrior 10” Table Saw; Misc. Screws; Dado Blade Sets; Work Tables & Carts; Oak, Mahogany, Poplar Leftover Lumber; 14 pcs. Luan (1/4”x 4’x8’); 4 pcs. ½” Plywood; 2 pcs. ¾” Plywood (birch); Craftsman Socket Set; Ridgid 18” Pipe Wrench; Asst. Wrenches; Asst. Hand Tools; Kremlin LP7 Spray Gun; DeWalt Bench Grinder. - CARRIAGE - CAB WAGON & OUTDOOR RELATED 2 Seat Carriage – Good Condition; Aluminum Cab Spring Wagon – Good Condition; Bio Driving Harness; Trek 7200 & Giant Ladies Bikes; Speedway Express Wagon w/Brakes; (2) Snapper 21” Lawn Mowers w/Bag; Troy-Bilt Horse Tiller; (2) Jackson Wheelbarrows; Hose Reels; Werner 8’ Stepladder; Bicycle Trailer; Efco MT3700 Chainsaw; 15 gal./12v Sprayer; JD JX75 21” Lawn Mower; Pallet Jack; Earthway Garden Seeder; Hand Truck; Tanaka Weedeater. - COINS - WATCHES - INDIAN ARROWHEADS - GUNS Morgan Silver Dollars: 1900-0, 1891-0, 1885-0, 1884, 1899-0, 1896-S; 1976 Ike Dollar; Walking Liberty Halves: 1941, 1942, 1944; Barber Half Dollars: 1902 & 1908; 1951 Franklin Halves; (3) 1979 Susan B. Anthony Dollars; (1) 1964 & (1) 1966 Kennedy Halves; (1) 1940 & (1) 1964 Washington Quarters; (1) Roosevelt Dimes; 1925 Standing Liberty Quarter; 1908 V Nickel; Buffalo Nickels: 1936 & 1937; 1903

Indian Head Cent; 1908 $5 Gold Coin (B.L.P.); 1934 C $10 Bill; 1963 Red Seal $2 Bill; (2) 1957A $1 Silver Certificates; (1) Elgin & (1) Other Lg. Pocket Watches (Elgin is missing crown); 30 Indian Arrowheads; Powder Horn; 1971 & 1972 Jr. Penna Hunting License; Asst. Ammunition; Harpers Ferry 185 Muzzleloader Hammer Gun; Remington Mdl. 14 .35 Rem. w/ Scope; Springfield Mdl. 67F 20 Ga. Pump 3”; Remington Mdl. 12 .22 Pump; Marlin Mdl. 25 .22 Bolt Action; Marlin Mdl. 336 30-30 Lever Action w/ Scope. - ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES Winross: Hershey’s Milk Chocolate; Martin’s AG; Gehman’s Feed Mill; Charles E. Crowe; MF1100 Tractor (1/16 Scale); Collection of 1/64 Scale Tractors: 0JD, Oliver, Deutz, MF, IH, Ford, Agco, and more – Sold as complete set w/Oak Showcase. - BOOKS 170 Lots of Books Including: The Earth is the Lord’s; Pathway Books; Christmas Carol Kauffman Books; Night Preacher; Bible Smuggler; Horse & Buggy Mennonites; Carrie Bender Series; Man in Bearskin; Grace Livingston Hill Books; Zane Grey Books; Circle of Love; The Kurtz Family Sojourn; Family History: Zimmerman, Reiff, Daniel Burkholder; Complete Works of Menno Simons; Families of Old Order Ontario Mennonites; Rod & Staff Books; Renegade Amish; The Wandering Soul; Corrie Ten Boom’s Prison Letters; Christians in the Shadow of the Kremlin; Misc. Songbooks; Children’s Books; Novels. - APPLIANCES & FURNITURE Amana Chest Freezer; Amana HE Washer; GE Profile Dryer; Hotpoint LP Cookstove; GE Refrigerator; GE Microwave; Oak 2 Door Cabinet; Settee; Dropleaf Ext. Table w/12 Boards; (6) Plank Bottom Chairs; (2) Knee Hole Desks; Bookcases; (2) Cedar Chests; Oak 11 Drawer Cabinet; (1) Oak & (1) other 4pc. Full Size Bedroom Suite; 3 pc. Full Size Bedroom Suite; Oak Clothes Tree; Antique Bureau; Sofas; End Tables; (6) Horning Fiddleback Chairs; Matching Loveseat & Chair; Oak Bookcase; Hutch; Maple Library Table; Maple Gun Cabinet; Crib; Sentry Safe; Rocking Chair; Stools; Lifetime Tables; 5’ Oak Bench; 9’ Bench; Galvanized Wash Tub; (10) Poly Folding Chairs.

See more at Auctionzip.com ID #25403

Auctioneers: Tim Weaver, Dave Stoltzfus, Steve Schuler & Matthew Martin

Sawstop Table Saw


property on Hillcrest Road to 210 Hillcrest LLC for $1. Upper Leacock Township Leola Mennonite Church conveyed property in Upper Leacock Township to Leola Mennonite Church for $1. Robert F. Shreiner conveyed property on Hunsecker Road to Levi James Ebersol and Susan Marie Ebersol for $305,000. CHV Leola LLC conveyed property on Zimmerman Road to Exeter 34 Zimm­ erman LP for $9,600,000. Marvin R. Stoltzfus and Ruth Stoltzfus conveyed property on East Eby Road to Leola Mennonite Church for $1. Samuel M. Esh and Sharon F. Esh conveyed property in Upper Leacock Township to Lydia Mae Esh and Nathan L. Esh for $1. Aaron B. Miller and Annie K. Miller conveyed property in Upper Leacock Township to Elam B. Miller and Lavina S. Miller for $275,000. Warwick Township

Christopher L. Eby and Lauren A. Eby conveyed property on Crosswinds Drive to Phuong Thi Bach Nguyen and Quynh Xuan Nguyen for $260,000. John D. Leber conveyed property on May Road to Racquel E. Barcelona and John D. Leber for $1. Timothy Lynn Weaver and Heather Renee Zimmerman conveyed property on Wood View Drive to Abbie J. Martin for $347,000. The J. Douglas Wenger and Janice E. Wenger Revocable Living Trust Agreement conveyed property in Warwick Township to Allen C. Raymore and Susan L. Raymore for $461,000. Julie M. Carino conveyed property on Lincoln Road to Claudia Good and Michael Good for $480,000. Deborah K. Weaver and Kenneth E. Weaver con­ veyed property in Warwick Township to J. Kristopher Lee and Shanelle M. Lee for $1. Brad L. Merkey conveyed property on Hackman Road to Elva B. Hurst and Raymond Clair Hurst for $290,000. Garman Builders at Lancaster LLC and Millport Road LLC conveyed property on West Millport Road to Daniel Richard Calnan and Heather Ann Calnan for $795,000. James A. Mauger and Wendy Jo Mauger conveyed property on North Oak Street to Kelsey Maguire and James Oshea for $275,200. Joan M. Sterr and Robert R. Sterr conveyed property in

Warwick Township to Anthony M. Skicki and Marilyn H. Skicki for $560,000. West Cocalico Township Bonnie S. Folk and Dennis L. Folk conveyed property on Laurel Ridge Road to the Bonnie S. Folk Irrevocable Trust for $1. Charles L. Buscavage and Karen Buscavage conveyed property on Sportsman Road to Adrienne Becker and David Becker for $420,000. Dean R. Boll and Jodi Y. Boll conveyed property on North King Street to Kendall Ryan Weaver and Marie Weaver for $206,000. Melissa M. Coleman, Anthony C. Elias, and Sharon M. Elias conveyed property in West Cocalico Township to Wyatt Witenski for $230,000. The Clyde R. Pfautz Jr. Estate conveyed property on East Main Street to Barry L. Burkholder, Carson Z. Burkholder, and Donna Joy Burkholder for $130,000. West Earl Township Clayton D. Knoll and Michelle T. Knoll conveyed property on South Conestoga Avenue to Brent C. Zimmerman and Kyrie Ann Zimmerman for $325,000.

- Martindale Area -


Snap-On Tool Chests - Miller Welder Snap-On, Mac, Matco & Bluepoint Tools Snap-On Air Compressor & Other Tools

Wednesday, July 27, 2022 at 5:00 P.M. Location: Martindale Fire Co., 527 Gristmill Rd., Ephrata, PA 17522 (Lanc. Co.) Directions: Rt. 322 East of Ephrata to Hinkletown. Turn left onto Martindale Rd., follow to Martindale. Turn left onto Gristmill Rd. Auction on left.

36” Belt Sander

Snap-On Compressor

Miller Welder

Snap-On Tool Chest

- HOUSEHOLD GOODS & RELATED Rival Kitchen Mixer; Mr. Coffee coffee maker; SS Kettles, Pots, Pans; Asst. Kitchen Items; Bissell Powerforce Helix Vacuum Sweeper, Like New; Asst. Lamps; SS Kettle; SS Stockpot; Electric Roaster; Steamer; Agate Canners & Blancher; Hamilton 2 Slice Toaster (New); Rhythm Clock; Bushnell 7x35 Binoculars; Carnival Chicken on Nest; Carnival Water Set (Pitcher & 6 Glasses, Grape Pattern); Carnival Egg Plates; Carnival Candy Dish; Asst. Glassware; Punch Bowl Set; China Set; Water Set; Serving Bowls; Marbles & Roller; Marble Game; Hooked Rugs; Bedding, Towels, Washcloths, Comforts, Quilts; Sewing Supplies; HD Gripper Snap Tool; Oil Lamps; Washstand Set; Eden Pure Heater; Aladdin Kero Heater; Exercise Bike; Inversion Table; Lasko Floor Fan; Canning Jars & Freezer Boxes; Croquet Set; Sessions Clock; Rand McNally World Globe. - AUCTION INFO. Join us for this auction - good, clean merchandise. Selling w/2 auctioneers. Ring 1 will begin at 8:30 w/Tools followed by Machinery. Carriage & Wagon @ noon followed by Guns & Coins. Ring 2 will begin at 9:00 w/Household Items. Auction Co. and sellers are not responsible for accidents. Auction day announcements take precedence over all advertising. Payment terms: cash, approved check or credit card w/3% fee. Auction held in tent – bring chairs. Food by Akron Fire Co.

- SNAP-ON 54” 11-drawer tool chest w/24” riser & 24” side locker – Dale Earnhardt/Intimidator Edition; Classic 60 4-drawer 36”x20” tool chest; mdl. AC10120H air compressor w/100gal. tank – no motor; MG325 3/8” air impact wrench; cordless 3/8” impact wrench; 3/8” & ½” ratchets; ½” breaker bar; ½” socket ext. kit; socket sets – sae & metric; (1) 5 pc. Philips & (1) 5 pc. flat screwdriver sets; wire tool; trouble light; MT257 diesel pulse adapter; CJ2003A rear axle puller kit; 3 pc. trim pad tool set; cooling system tester; bushing driver set; large truck cooling adapter set. - BLUE POINT 3” reversible cut-off tool; handheld air vacuum kit; magnetic angle locator; No. 10 screw extractor set; bit set. - MAC Mini-weld mdl. 5 plastic welder; heavy duty bushing driver set; die grinder; pry bars; driver set; vacuum pump kit; mini bolt grip set.

- MATCO ½” deep well impact socket set (sae); 3/8” universal sockets (sae & metric); wrench sets (sae & metric); lockjaw pliers; MT2883 air grinder; MT3880 die grinder; chisel/ punch set. - MISC. TOOLS (1) 28’ & (1) 20’ aluminum ext. ladders; Victor torch set w/ cart; Miller Millermatic 210 wire welder; Farmhand 60 gal./7hp upright air compressor; Hitatchi C12LSH 12” miter saw; 24”x64” workbench; (2) Craftsman tool chests; Powerzone 3 ton & 1 other floor jacks; (4) 6 ton jack stands; Matco creeper; Cornwell creeper seat; work cart; Duracraft bench grinder; Littlestown No. 112 bench vise; Drill Doctor; IR air grinder; air riveter; Dewalt elec. Sawzall; DeWalt elec. angle grinder; Cornwell flaring tool kit; Cornwell infrared thermometer; Gearwrench serpentine belt tool; EZ-Red 22 pc. alternator service tool kit; Field Piece SC260 voltage meter; Astro 10 pc. 1” sae/metric truck service impact socket set; drill

- MISC. TOOLS (cont.) index; Wilton 8 lb. & 4 lb. sledge hammers; Channel-lock pliers; Channel-lock nippers; Craftsman wrenches & sockets; K-D Tools tire valve installer kit; Cornwell fan clutch wrench set; Cornwell master disconnect kit; Tool Aid ratcheting terminal tool kit; OTC 7249 ball joint service tool set; Speedblaster sandblaster; Cal-hawk ¾” impact socket set; Black Hawk wrench sets; Gear Wrench sets – sae & metric; Tekton impact socket sets; Tekton driver set; hones; lg. combination wrenches (Craftsman & others - up to 2”); Pro-tec surge protectors. - AUCTION INFO A nice collection of Snap-On, MAC and other name brand tools including a large Snap-On tool chest and Snap-On air compressor. We will begin at 5:00 pm (evening auction). Be on time – not a large auction. Auction Co. and sellers are not responsible for accidents. Auction day announcements take precedence over all advertising. Payment Terms: Cash, approved check or credit card w/ 3% fee. Food stand by Martindale Fire Co. Ladies Aux

Auction for: Nelson B. Weaver Estate Tim Weaver Auct. Serv. Phone: 717-354-9524 Lic. # AY2109

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Auction for: Erwin Sensenig Estate Tim Weaver Auct. Serv. Phone: 717-354-9524 Lic. # AY2109