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Reinholds Station Trinity Chapel Annual Summer Art Festival

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The Reinholds Station Trinity Chapel is once again holding their annual Summer Art Festival on Saturday, August 6. The event is scheduled to run from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.,

and is held rain or shine in the Reinholds Fire Company banquet hall along Route 897 in the village of Reinholds. There will be numerous arts and crafts exhibitors

offering a wide variety of items. A bake sale, as well as food trucks will be available. Artist-donated pieces will be raffled off at 2:00 p.m.; you need not be present to win.

Shopping News Photo by Donald Reese For more information, you enroad, Chapel President; may call 717-336-6846. Janelle Kanaley, artist; Ellen Shown in the photo, from Depuy, Chapel Treasurer; left to right, are: Dave Wise, and Janet Fasnacht, artisan, Chapel Trustee; Gladys Eck­ with her rabbit “Jack.”

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Shopping News Photo by Donald Reese at 4:00 p.m. with a cost per team. There will be twoplayer teams, blind entry and double elimination, with prices being awarded for first, second and third place winners. The tournament will

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Recently, Lion Forrest “Woody” Long was recog­ of Lancaster County nized as a Melvin Jones 20¢ per Copy Fellow by the Lions Clubs PUBLISHED BY Hocking Printing Co., Inc. International Foundation • Independently Owned & Operated Since 1965 • (LCIF) and the East Cocalico Shopping News Co-Founders - John and Janie Hocking President and Publisher - Julie A. Hocking Lions club for his General Manager - Harold Wenger Office Manager - Pam Boyer commitment to serving the 615 E. Main Street, P.O. Box 456, Ephrata, PA 17522 • Phone 717-738-1151 • Fax 717-733-3900 world community. Named for the founder of Email: snews@ptd.net Web Site: www.snews.com Lions Clubs International, The Shopping News of Lancaster County is published every week. Melvin Jones, this fellowship The Shopping News of Lancaster County reserves the right to reject any advertisement. is the highest form of All the information contained herein is accurate to the best of our knowledge. We regret any errors or omissions. recognition given by the The information and advertisements found in The Shopping News do not necessarily reflect the opinions of foundation and honors The Shopping News or any of its staff members. Delivery concerns can be addressed by calling our office. commitment to humanitarian We encourage fraternal and civic groups, schools, churches, scouts and other local organizations to submit service. news releases of general interest. Related photographs of good quality are also accepted. Complete picture Since joining the club in identification must be included. All articles will be used as space permits and are not guaranteed to be 2016, Lion Woody has been published. Every news release submitted MUST have a complete contact name, address and phone number. regularly active, helping News information can be mailed, dropped at our office, emailed or faxed. almost at all of the clubs’ DEADLINES: events and fundraisers. He (Subject to change during holidays) has been serving the club for DISPLAY ADS with proof - Thursday 12 noon the past few years making DISPLAY ADS - Monday 8 a.m. them laugh and displaying CLASSIFIED ADS - Monday 9 a.m. his wisdom with questions NEWS COPY - Thursday 9 a.m. Photos must be submitted through email as jpegs or that decided who should be tiffs at least 5” wide and 300DPI or higher paying a fine or not. For the OR through the mail as a processed photo. Lionistic Year of 2022-2023 (Due to space limitations, news copy is not guaranteed to be published.) he has stepped up and will be serving as the Club’s 3rd Vice President. He received a finely crafted plaque, a letter from Past Lions International President Dr. Jung-Yul Choi and a lapel “A THRIFTERS’ PARADISE!” pin acknowledging his Two locations with over Fair season is right around dedication to the 22,000 sq.ft. combined of the corner. Did you know, foundation’s humanitarian new & gently-used clothing, the Ephrata Fair is organized, goals. home decor, toys, furniture set up and maintained by and so much more! volunteers? Here is your · Helpers and laborers to opportunity to join in the fun set up and clean up before, (and sometimes hard work)! during and after the fair ANY ITEM A variety of volunteer OF YOUR · Helpers to set up exhibits positions are available for all OFF CHOICE 717-687-8470 at the fair building, fire hall, ages, activity levels and skill Not valid in combination with other offers. EPHRATA & STRASBURG and borough buildings OFFER EXPIRES 9/3/22 OFFER EXPIRES 4/6/22 sets. Some opportunities ƟƚƬơƢƨƧƜƞƧƭƬƜƨƧƬƢƠƧƦƞƧƭ ƜƨƦ include: · Office staff to help with SERVING OVER 37,000 HOMES




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Pictured here is Lion Woody with his Melvin Jones Fellowship plaque. The members of the East Cocalico Lions, who have been “Lighting the Way” in their community for more than 75 years, congratulate Lion Woody for becoming the club’s newest Melvin Jones Fellows and thank him for giving unselfishly of his time and efforts to “Serve” not only his local community but also the world. If you are interested in finding out more about Lions Clubs International, East Cocalico Lions or would like to join and help them to “Light the Way” into the next 75 years, please call 717-336-5311.


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As a Melvin Jones Fellow, he became a part of the growing network of individuals who are committed to improving the quality of life for people locally and in communities around the world. Lions Clubs International Foun­ dation is the charitable arm of Lions Clubs International. Established in 1968, LCIF is committed to providing humanitarian services to those in need, including providing disaster relief, saving sight, supporting youth, and combating disability. Because of funds donated by this club, LCIF was able to send funds and supplies to Ukraine Refugees one day after they were invaded.



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Clifford W. Keith, 81, of Stevens, passed away Saturday, July 23, 2022, at home in the caring presence of his family. Born in Paradise, Clearfield Co., PA, Cliff was a son of the late Ernest & Cora (Price) Keith and the loving husband of Eleanor N. (Kemler) Keith for 52 years. Cliff worked as a machine operator for Kalas Manu­ facturing Inc. in Denver for over 20 years. He loved working and came out of retirement to spend almost 11 years as a machine operator for Denver Meats. Cliff was an avid fisherman and enjoyed hunting and camping. He loved listening to hymns and sermons by Charles Stanley, completing puzzles, and for many years he collected trains. Most of all, Cliff enjoyed spending time with his wife and family and created lasting memories and special relationships with his grandchildren and great-grandchildren. He



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Besides his wife, he is survived by two sons: Timothy Root, husband of Reta MacMackin-Root, Key West, Florida, and Troy Root, Queens, New York; three grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by a son, Terry. Stephen R. Mozeliak, 83, husband of Nina (Warren­ feltz) Mozeliak, Stevens, passed away on Friday, July 22. Besides his wife, he is survived by a son, Stephen Mozeliak; a daughter, Ther­ esa, wife of Todd Witmer; seven grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by a son, Matthew Mozeliak. Cleo J. Weaver, Garden Spot Village, New Holland, formerly of Ephrata, passed away on Saturday, July 23. She was the wife of the late Charles W. Weaver. She is survived by three sons: Gary L., husband of Dottie (Lausch), Montana; David C., husband of Mary (Martzall), Ephrata; and Thomas S., husband of Michele (Martin), Maryland; nine grandchildren; 14 greatgrandchildren; and two

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passed away on Sunday, July 24. She was the wife of the late Don Ringer and the late Don Keenan. She is survived by a son, Peter Ringer; a daughter, Lynn Schaffner; grandchil­ dren; great-grandchildren; and three sisters: Lois Englehart, Lancaster; Paula Leonardi, Jacksonville Beach, Florida; and Deborah Ott, Nocatee, Florida. Dolores Joyce (Reinhart) Rickenbach, 94, Ephrata, passed away on Sunday, July 24. She was the wife of the late Earl Redcay Jr. and Earl E. Rickenbach. She is survived by a son, J. David, husband of Linda M. Redcay, Ephrata; a daughter, Susan Louise Olcott, Eph­ rata; three grandchildren; four great-grandchildren; and a sister, Sandra Mengel, Wyo­missing. She was preceded in death by a grandchild. Joseph R. Cummons, III, 64, husband of Mary (Rosso) Cummons, Lititz, passed away on Monday, July 25.

sisters: Rhelda Mitchell, Myrtle Beach, South Caro­ lina, and Zora Wall, Lititz. Lawrence “Larry” S. Crum, 72, husband of Loretta M. Snyder Crum, passed away on Sunday, July 24. Besides his wife, he is survived by his father, Harold L., husband of Roberta Crum, Windber; a son, Scott L., husband of Amanda Crum, Clayton, Delaware; a daughter, Michelle R., wife of Phil Kosvitch, Plymouth Meeting; five grandchildren; and a sister, Deborah, wife of Edward Kollar, Sidman. Deborah Lynne Furman, 66, Ephrata, passed away on Sunday, July 24. She is survived by her companion, Drew Gense­ mer; a son, Kevin Haage; a daughter, JoAnn, wife of Juan Rodriguez Sr.; four grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; three brothers: Thomas Dale, husband of Pat; Richard Dale; and Robert Dale; and a sister, Linda Oxenreiter. She was preceded in death by a grandchild. Sally Lee Ott, 82, Pro­ Metica Manor Care Nursing Home, formerly of Lititz,




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leaves a legacy of strong work ethic, selflessness, and faith. In addition to his wife, Cliff is survived by seven children: William Keith (Charlene) of Penfield; Dennis Keith of Clearfield; Susan Adams (Mike) of Stevens; Clifford Keith Jr. (Trish) of Lititz; Robert Keith (Kathy) of Denver; Teresa Buck (Greg Fleming) of Denver; and Carol Saad (Eid) of Schafferstown; 17 grandchildren; and 11 great grandchildren. Cliff was predeceased by two sons, Joseph Keith and Ricky Lee Keith. Viewings were held on Friday, July 29th at Good Sipler Funeral & Cremation Centre, 34 N. Reamstown Rd., Reamstown (Stevens), PA and on Saturday, July 30th at Swamp Christian Fellowship Church, 390 Swamp Church Rd., Rein­ holds, PA. The funeral service began at 11 a.m. in Swamp Christian Fellowship Church and interment followed immed­ iately at Memory Gardens, Ephrata. In memory of Cliff, contributions to the Hospice & Community Care, 685 Good Dr., Lancaster, PA 17604, www.hospiceand com­munitycare.org.

Anna Paul Gillespie (nee Fish), 89, Reinholds, passed away on Tuesday, July 12. She is survived by a daughter, Beth, wife of Steve Good, Reinholds; two grandchildren; and two brothers: Wayne, husband of Jean Fish, Greer, South Carolina, and Glenn, husband of Chris Fish, Safety Harbor, Florida. Patrick J. “Pat” “Fletch” Fletcher Sr., 76, husband of Denise (Stoeckle) Fletcher, New Holland, passed away on Tuesday, July 19. Besides his wife, he is survived by a son, Patrick J. Fletcher Jr., husband of Christine, New Holland; a daughter, Heather D. Fletcher, Stevens; six grandchildren; four brothers; and three sisters. Marilyn P. Habecker, 85, wife of Harry S. Habecker, Calvary Fellowship Homes, formerly of Ephrata, passed away on Tuesday, July 19. Besides her husband, she is survived by her children: Lyril J. Haneman, Lancaster, and Lori J., wife of Rev. Timothy McCracken, Fresno, California; three grand­ children; and seven greatgrandchildren. Zelda F. Armer, 98, Fairmount Homes, Ephrata, passed away on Thursday, July 21. She is survived by four daughters: Brenda J., wife of Wilbur Brundege, New Holland; Lynda M., wife of Marlin Huss, Ephrata; Donna J., wife of Robert Snader, Leola; and Susan M., wife of James Shannon, Ephrata; four grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren; and two great-great-grand­ children. She was preceded in death by a grandchild. Walter Emory Root, 91, husband of Esther M. Winters Root, Lititz, passed away on Thursday, July 21.

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Besides his wife, he is survived by his father, Joseph R. Cummons Jr.; a son, John Dooley, Mountville; two daughters: Denise Smith, wife of Chris, Levittown; and Krystal CummonsSwigart, wife of Brandon, Manheim Township; five grandchildren; two greatgrandchildren; and three sisters: Patty Baron, Sandy Lackman and Joy Blosser. Eileen M. “Leenie” Charles, 74, wife of Levi H. “Lee” Charles, Leola, passed

away on Tuesday, July 26. Besides her husband, she is survived by two daughters: Julie, wife of Preston Nelson, Quarryville, and Jill, wife of Jeffrey Stoltz­ foos, Lancaster; seven grand­ children; three brothers: Fred, husband of Linda Weaver, Birmingham, Ala­ bama; Keith, husband of Jennefer Weaver, Harrison­ burg, Virginia; and D. Michael, husband of Amy Weaver, Dillsburg; and four sisters: Barbara, wife of Marlin Hershey, Lititz; Brenda, wife of Kenneth Covelens, Lancaster; Carol, wife of Donovan Ober­ holtzer, Lititz; and Nancy, wife of Lynn Roth, Lancaster.

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Freedom Path Church is inviting the community to a fun and full day of free clean Christian comedy. The date is Saturday, August 13 from 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. There will be Bible-based teachings from professional comedians. They’ll also have an open mic where you can practice your clean comedy. That evening, there will be a free clean Comedy Coffeehouse starting at 7:00 p.m. The coffee is free and light snacks will be served. This will be a familyfriendly time where you can

meet and make new friends. Freedom Path Church is a place where you are warmly welcomed and will feel at home. Jim and Cathie Kearsley are the church pastors. The event is organized by John Peters who is a local retired Pastor living in Ephrata. John’s goal is to use comedy to bring joy and hope to all. John also has a mission to help others to realize their full potential and talents in life. Freedom Path Church is located at 21 South 12th Street, Akron (in the back of the MCC building). To receive more information, call 717-475-7722.


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Lititz Senior Center Lists Activities The Lancaster County Office of Aging, Lititz Senior Center, located at Lititz United Methodist Church, 201 East Market Street, Lititz, is open Monday, Wednesday and Thursday, from 8:30 a.m. until 1:00 p.m., with lunch served at noon. The Center serves independent Lancaster County seniors ages 60 and up from Ephrata, Rothsville, Akron, Neffsville and Lititz areas. Ephrata is also served by van service. Reservations for lunch and transportation must be made by 10:00 a.m., one day in advance, by calling the Center at 717-626-2800. Daily Activities Include: Wednesday, August 3: Congregate Breakfast; 9:00 a.m., Tai Chi with Kathy; 9:15 a.m., Chair Yoga with Jenny; 10:30 a.m., Trivia

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ELANCO Library Events

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

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on Tuesdays throughout the month! Each week they will 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. Support The Library • Nature’s Yoke Egg Fundraiser - When you visit the library, write your name and email on the Nature’s Yoke sign-up sheet to receive emails from Nature’s Yoke and donate $1 or more to the library and you will receive a coupon for a FREE dozen eggs from Nature’s Yoke. • 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

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Ephrata Cloister Holds Ice Cream Social

Historic Ephrata Cloister, where Ephrata began, will open its grounds to the community on Sunday, August 7, from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. for their summer Ice Cream Social. This fundraising event, a project of the Ephrata Cloister Associates with cooperation from the Pennsylvania Historic and Museum Commission, will feature ice cream and brownie sundaes, scooped by Celebrity Dippers, including WIOV morning radio host Casey Allyn, author and journalist Larry Alexander, Ephrata mayor Ralph Mowen, and Akron mayor John McBeth. The event is sponsored by Blue Ridge Communications, Claude’s Creamery, and the Pencor Family of Services. There is a cost for tickets for the general public and a reduced cost for members of the Ephrata Cloister Associates, and it includes ice cream and admission to the property. Tickets can be purchased in the Visitor Center the day of the event. Guides in historic costume will be stationed in the buildings to greet visitors and interpret the history of the historic structures. Visitors are encouraged to stroll the grounds of the Cloister, visit with KPETS therapy dogs, watch the Spinners and Weavers Guild in action, and enjoy live music. In addition, the event will feature a special display from 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. from Patrick Miller, Wildlife and Conservation Specialist.

The Historical Society of the Cocalico Valley, located at 237-249 West Main Street (Route 322), Ephrata, needs your help! They are hoping that Shopping News readers can provide information regarding this photo. Shown in the photo is a groundbreaking for renovations to the Ephrata Community Hospital. The individuals are not identified and the year is not known. If you are able to provide more details about this picture or identify the persons shown, call The Historical Society of the Cocalico Valley at 717-7331616 or email cjmarquet@ gmail.com. Future “Do You Know…” photos will be published in upcoming Shopping News issues. If a photo is identified, the information will be published. The Historical Society of the Cocalico Valley is dedicated to discovering, gathering and preserving materials and data relative to


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(Originally published in the March 27, 1985 issue of The Shopping News) Farriwell! & Die - CK Freindschaft By Russell W. Gilbert Farriwell! Sis alles brunell, Ich saag “Farriwell!” Es Lewe recht schee, Mir gucke so glee; Doch Mensch is wie Gott, Un so yeder sott De Nochbere helfe; Es geht schunn uff elfe, Mir hen net viel lenger, Bis Gott watt noch schdrenger; Glei loss ich moll geh, Ich bin net allee.


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We again extend our deepest sympathy to Winnie’s beloved daughter, Dawn, our former student in the old Denver High School; her husband, Paul L. Fetter; their two sons and their wives. Would that all children had such fine parents as Winnie and Johnny Brendel! We have known John Petticoffer - who was born in Reamstown (Riehmeschteddel) 79 years ago when Dutch was as common there, if not more so, than English - and his parents, the late Pierce and Sallie Oberholtzer Petticoffer, since childhood. John, who is remembered for his delightful sense of humor - in Dutch as well as in English - was one of the senior members of Bethany Reformed Church in Ephrata with whom Bischli-Gnippli enjoyed conversations in de Mudderschprooch on Sunday morning after church services. John loved his church and gave freely of his time and talents. He had served as an elder, deacon, trustee, president of the consistory and superintendent of the Sunday School. For 35 years, John operated his own auto body paint and repair shop in Ephrata, a fact which will certainly be recalled by the older readers. He retired from that business in 1962. As a tribute to John Petticoffer’s sense of humor, we are printing this week, in addition to Professor Russell W. Gilbert’s Farriwell!, Gilbert’s poem Die - CK Friendschaft. John would certainly have chuckled at this -ck poem in Dutch. We hope those readers who know the dialect well will do likewise. - As the funeral cortege drove under the stately pines onto the Lititz Moravian Cemetery, by the grave of General John Augustus Sutter, part of the cavalcade doubled back upon itself. Had we lost our way? It turned out that some member of the Gravenor Home for Funerals whose name shall forever remain a secret - took us down the wrong path. Fortunately, the gravesite was located on the highest corner of Herrnhuter Graabhof, next to another stand of pines and Pastor William H. Siegel pronounced the final words of commitment with proper dignity. As we left the gravesite, one of John’s friends remarked that John would have appreciated the fact that his funeral procession lost its way onto the cemetery. - It is good to know that John lies in this ancient cemetery, where old Moravian and Pennsylvania German family names abound on the Graabschtee. On the day of the funeral, the flat Moravian tombstones on the oldest part of the cemetery were almost completely covered by a white blanket of snow. It was a scene lovely to behold and long to be remembered. Farriwell, John! We again express our profound sympathy to Nina Grosh Petticoffer and her daughters, Nina and Jean. March 27, 1985 En bedriebt Bischli-Gnippli

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Ephrata Library Programs

The following programs are taking place this week at the Ephrata Public Library, located at 550 South Reading Road, Ephrata. All programs are free and open to the public. For more information or to register, visit www. ephratapubliclibrary.org. • Through Wednesday, August 31 – Junior Friends Outdoor Escape Room. Visit the Library porch by the 272 entrance any day, dusk until dawn, to get started on your escape room adventure. Unlike past escape rooms, this experience will not be staffed but, instead, is a selfguided experience. Created by the Ephrata Public Library Jr. Friends group. Free and open to all ages. • Thursday, August 4, 6:30 p.m. - Pajama Party Story Time. Join them and enjoy the magic of the library at night. Get lost in bedtime stories, play games and enjoy some arts and crafts all while wearing

your pajamas! Don’t forget to bring a favorite stuffed animal! Ages 3-7. • Tuesday, August 2 & Wednesday, August 3, 2:00 p.m. - Anime Camp for Teens. Watching anime in the afternoon with other anime fans? Yes, please! Talk about your favorite shows, try some new ones and hang out with other anime and manga fans! Ages 13-18. • Tuesday, August 2 & 9, 10:00 a.m. – Toddler Time. Toddlers and their caregivers are invited to this 30-minute story time that includes songs, short stories and learning-enriched art activities. Ages 2-4. • Tuesday, August 2, 9, 16, 23 & 30, 3:30 p.m. Teen Gamers Club. Join the library for some relaxation and video games on the Nintendo Switch! Feel free to bring any multiplayer (4 or more players) games you wish to share with the group. Ages 13-18. • Tuesday, August 2, 6:00 p.m. – Stop Motion Animation for Adults. Learn how to tap into the magic of animation, one frame at

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a time! In this introductory workshop they will learn about stop motion animation and create their own minute-long animations. Prerequisites: Functional knowledge of computers, point-and-shoot cameras. Ages 18+. • Tuesday, August 2, 4:00 p.m. – Traveling Trunk: Lighthouses. Join them outside as they unpack a traveling trunk from the Outer Banks where lighthouses and their keepers provided an invaluable service assisting with navigation through the “Graveyard of the Atlantic.” Discover the important aspect of maritime history through journals, handson artifacts and activities. Experience some of the daily activities of a lighthouse keeper. Ages 10-12. • Wednesday, August 3 & 10, 10:00 a.m. - Lapsit Story Time. Infants, young toddlers and their caregivers sing songs, recite fun rhymes and read together. Participants also learn fingerplays, basic sign language and play together. Ages 0-24 months. • Wednesday, August 3, 10:30 a.m. – Introduction to Outlook Mail. Participants in this class will learn to

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navigate Outlook Mail, including the skills to add, edit and delete contacts and what is acceptable use for current email etiquette in terms of capitalizing letters, greetings and closings, use of the subject line and quick replies. Funded through a grant from the Pennsylvania Department of Labor & Industry. • Wednesday, August 3, 1:00 p.m. – Stop Motion Animation for Tweens & Teens. Learn how to tap into the magic of animation, one frame at a time! In this introductory workshop, they will learn about stop motion animation and work in small groups to create our own minute-long animations. Ages 10-18. • Thursday, August 4 & 11, 1:00 p.m. - Splash Day. As the days warm up, come to the library to cool off. Children can wear their bathing suits and splash in water tables, get wet in sprinklers and enjoy the sensory exploration of water! They’ll encourage children to test it out in small steps until they are comfortable. Please remember to apply sunscreen and to bring a towel and a change of clothing. Ages 2-7. • Thursday, August 4, 2:00 OF F


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p.m. - Sharks! Presented by the National Aquarium in Baltimore. Come to the Library and enjoy a virtual program about sharks on the big screen. This engaging presentation will allow participants to explore shark myths and the survival of these fascinating creatures. Ages 10-12. • Friday, August 5, 8:00 p.m. – Outdoor Movie on the Lawn. Join them for a family friendly movie night on the library’s lawn. An overprotective clown fish named Marlin is desperate to find his missing son, Nemo. During his search, Marlin enlists the help of a forgetful Blue Tang, and they head for Sydney. It’s rumored that a fishnapped Nemo is living there in a dentist’s aquarium. Rated G. 100 minutes. All ages are welcome! • Monday, August 8, 10:00 a.m. - Story Time @ the StoryWalk®. Preschoolers are invited to this special story time at the Ephrata Township Community Park StoryWalk®! Early literacy skills, including letter and sound introduction, are included in each story time. Ages 4-7. The StoryWalk® Project was created by Anne Ferguson of Montpelier, VT and developed in collaboration with the Kellogg-Hubbard Library. StoryWalk® is a registered service mark owned by Ms. Ferguson. • Monday, August 8, 11:00 a.m. – Bee a Gardener Club for Tweens: Butterflies. Have fun and learn while you manage a pollinator garden at the library. Participants in this club will learn practical ways to protect and preserve pollinator populations. You will observe, plant, feed and

care for native plants and pollinators. Kim Frey will be their special guest and talk about the importance of butterflies. In partnership with the Penn State Extension Master Gardener Program. Ages 10-12. • Monday, August 8, 3:00 p.m. - Teen Cuisine: Challenge Edition. Work with your fellow teens to follow recipes provided at the start of the event. What’s the catch? No help from adults, and no help from the internet. Are you brave enough to eat what you create? Ages 13-18. • Tuesday, August 9, 4:00 p.m. - Can You Dig It? Gardening for Tweens. Participants will use the library garden beds to plant and care for seasonal flowers and vegetable plants. Gardening tips and techniques will be discussed. Ages 10-12. • Tuesday, August 9, 4:30 p.m. - 1000 Books Before Kindergarten Celebration. Child­ ren who have completed or are close to completing 1000 Books Before Kindergarten are welcome to join the library for a fun celebration with crafts, snacks and a short story! Ages 3-6. • Tuesday, August 9, 6:00 p.m. – Adult Night Out: Rain Garden. Fun, relaxing and free! Every month it’s adults only for unusual frivolity. This month you can learn how to protect the water table by designing your own rain garden. This MS4 program is sponsored by Ephrata Borough, Ephrata Township, Clay Township and Akron Borough. Ages 18+.

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Adamstown Library Events

Summer Reading contin­ ues 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 selfguided GO Lancaster! pro­ gram 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.adamstownarealib­ rary.org. On Saturday, August 27, the library will hold its 8th Annual Hit the Links for the Library Golf Tournament at Manor Golf Course. Proceeds from this event benefit the library. Registration and sponsorship are open through Monday, August 15. Please visit AdamstownAreaLibrary. org or contact the library for more information. 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! August Events at Adamstown Area Library • “Budding Bookworms” Preschool Storytime with Miss Maribeth – Wednesday mornings at 9:30 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. Pick one of the times to join them at the library for books, songs, activities and craft. Wednesdays, August 3, 10, 17, 24 & 31. Ages 2-5. • Adult Summer Reading Challenge – Continues through Wednesday, August 31. For each book you read this summer, fill out an entry form and place it in the collection jar at the circulation desk. For each entry, you have a chance to win weekly prize drawings as well as a grand prize at the end of the summer. • Friends Book Sale – Tuesdays from 11:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. at the library. Tuesdays, August 9, 16, 23, 30. There will be no book sale on Tuesday, August 2 due to a previously scheduled program in the community room. • Teen SummerZine – Tuesday, August 2 and 16 from 4:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. via Zoom. Would you like to see your work published

alongside award-winning authors? This summer, you’ll get to work with three Pennsylvania authors who will offer creative prompts and a real-time look at their writing process via Zoom. Their self-published SummerZine will include poetry, short stories, and essays by Lancaster County teen participants and their guest authors. For ages 1219. Registration is required. • Young At Heart – Wednesdays, August 3 and 17 from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. REAL Life Community Services invites you to Young at Heart, with free events for anyone age 60 and up. Join them at the library for coffee, chatting, games, crafts, and more on the 1st & 3rd Wednesday of each month. For more information, call 717-3367797 or visit REALLCS.org. • End of Summer Reading Cupcake Party – Saturday, August 6 from 9:30 a.m. until gone. Let’s Celebrate all you have accomplished! Slappy from the Reading Royals will be here to congratulate you as you return your Summer Reading Log to receive awesome prizes and sign up for their Fall Reading Program and cupcakes! All ages. • Drop-In STEM – Monday, August 8, drop-in from 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. for Lego® Club & Balloon Car! Explore Science, (Continued On Page 16A)

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tion Trinity Chapel Annual Summer Arts Festival will be held at the West Cocalico Township Building, 156 West Main St., Reinholds, from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. There will be a food truck, bake sale, raffles and vendors. SAT., AUGUST 6 - The Reamstown Fire Company, 12 West Church Street, Reamstown, will hold a Pulled Pork Dinner from 10:00 a.m. until sold out. There is a cost. Drive thru available. SAT., AUGUST 6 - The 36th Annual Mt. Gretna Tour of Homes and Gardens will be held from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. There is a cost for tickets and they can be purchased the day of (sold outside the Mt. Gretna Post Office on Princeton Ave. and in front of the Mt. Gretna Playhouse, 200 Pennsylvania Ave.) or in advance by calling Gretna Music at 717-361-1508.

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SAT., AUGUST 6 - City Gate, 100 East Main St., Eph­ rata, will hold a Free Lunch from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. or while supplies last. SAT., AUGUST 6 - Party on the Plaza at Whistle Stop Plaza in Ephrata, featuring food and live music. 4:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. SUN., AUGUST 7 Historic Ephrata Cloister, 632 West Main St., Ephrata, will hold an Ice Cream Social, from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. There is a cost per person. For more info., call 717-733-6600. 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.

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SUN., AUGUST 7 Cornerstone Mennonite Fellowship, 240 South Oak St., Ephrata, invites you to a 6:30 p.m. service with Raymond Brubaker speaking on his remarkable cancer journey. SUN., AUGUST 7 Hahnstown United Zion Church, 900 Glenwood Dr., Ephrata, will host Canaan’s 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. TUES., AUGUST 9 United Zion Retirement Com­ munity will hold their 2022 Annual Car and Motor­ cycle 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. TUES., AUGUST 9 Mountain Gospel Harmony Ministries will hold a bluegrass gospel music concert at Fairmount, 333 Wheat Ridge Dr., Ephrata, at 6:30 p.m. The public is invited. Bring your own lawn chairs.

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SUN., AUGUST 14 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. 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. THURS., AUGUST 18 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. 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 4:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m., and Saturday from 12:00 noon to 8:00 p.m. For more info., visit www. musiconthemountain.net. SAT., AUGUST 20 - Cedar Grove Presbyterian Church, 4833 Division Highway, East Earl, will hold a Peach Fest, from 7:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Breakfast and lunch will be available. There will be a flea market, book and jewelry sale and more. For more info., call the church at 717-354-5573. Proceeds will benefit the church and their Church Caring Fund.

SAT., AUGUST 20 - A Car/Motorcycle Meet will be held at Liberty Baptist Church, 47 Cindia Ln., Ephrata, from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. No entry or admission fees. A food truck will be on site. For more info. or to pre-register, call 610-802-2499 or 717-3818225. SAT., AUGUST 20 - City Gate, 100 East Main St., Ephrata, will hold a Free Lunch from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. or while supplies last. SAT., AUGUST 20 Music In The Park featur­ ing ThunderRoad Rockin’ Country, will be held at Elizabeth Township Community Park from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Food available by Baron Stiegel Lions Club. Bring your lawn chairs. Free admission. SUN., AUGUST 21 - “4 Our Kids” is holding a Gift Card and Basket Bingo in honor of Carol Stark, to sup­ port disadvantaged youth, at the Ephrata Amvets, 614 South State St., Ephrata. Doors open at 12:00 p.m. Bingo starts at 1:00 p.m. Food, raffle, 50-50, door prizes and lots of fun. For more info. or tickets, call Amy at 717-690-4819 or 717-738-1913. Tickets may be available at the door. SUN., AUGUST 21 Akron Borough Summer Concert Series, “Swing Street.” 4:30 p.m. at Loyd H. Roland Memorial Park. SUN., AUGUST 21 Music in the Grove featuring “Summit Hill” 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.

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The Ladies Auxiliary of the Ephrata Amvets Post 136, presented a check to the Ephrata Area Social Services (E.A.S.S.). Shown in the photo, from left to right, are Betty Evans (1st Vice President), Casey Ellis (Executive Director of Ephrata Area Social Services), Kim Barson (Commander) and Darlene Kreider (President). SUN., AUGUST 21 Hahnstown United Zion Church, 900 Glenwood Dr., Ephrata, will host Ricky Lee and Potter’s Clay in concert at 6:30 p.m. Bring lawn chairs. Everyone is welcome. For more info., call Ilene at 717-656-6618. TUES., AUGUST 23 The Warwick Education Foundation will hold their 22nd Annual Golf Classic at Fairview Golf Course. Registration and a light lunch begin at 12:00 noon, and golf starts at 1:00 p.m. Dinner follows golf. There will be raffles and prizes. To register (by Wednesday, August 10), please call 717627-3306. THURS., AUGUST 25 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. FRI., AUGUST 26 - The Stevens Fire Company, 91 Stevens Road, Stevens, will hold Bingo, from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. For more info., call 717-336-4200. FRI., AUGUST 26 & SAT., AUGUST 27 - 23rd

Annual New Holland Sum­ mer Fest. State Champion­ ship BBQ Cook-Off in New Holland Community Park. SAT., AUGUST 27 - City Gate, 100 East Main St., Eph­ rata, will hold a Free Lunch from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. or while supplies last. SUN., AUGUST 28 Music in the Grove featuring

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Biblical Message

How To Handle Fear; God’s Rx Author: Wenger Scripture: Psalm 34:4 - “I sought the Lord, and He heard me, and delivered me from all my fears.”

We must first know that it’s the Lord alone who can bring lasting and true peace in a storm. Peter’s testi­ mony makes this clear. When many of Christ’s followers were turning away, Christ said to the twelve, “You don’t want to go away also, do you?” Peter said, “To whom else shall we go? You have words of eternal life.” “We have believed and have come to know that you are the Holy One of God.” (John 6:66-69) We need to seek Him. “You will seek Me and find Me when you search for Me with all your heart.” (Jeremiah 29:13) We are quick to say God doesn’t show up for

me…but I know from the scripture, you didn’t seek Him with all of your heart. Part of the problem is that we think God is a genie who exists to serve

us. It’s really about submission to His will not the other way around. Remember what hap­ pened when the disciples



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crossed the Sea of Galilee? The disciples were in the boat and a storm blew up. The waves were breaking over the boat. Jesus was asleep in the stern and they woke Him up saying, “Teacher, do you not care that we are perishing?” He got up and rebuked the wind and said to the sea, “Hush, be still.” And the wind died down and it became perfectly calm. He said to them, “Why were you afraid? Do you still have no faith?” Then they became very much afraid and said to one another, “Who is this that even the wind and the sea obey Him?” You see, fear and faith cannot both occupy


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the same space at the same time. The disciples doubted the goodness and sover­ eignty of God when they said, “do you not care that we are perishing?” Doubt­ ing the goodness of God created their fear. God cares! Fear is doubt and disbelief in the sovereignty and goodness of God. We fear that God doesn’t have good intentions. We doubt that he is in control. God is still in control. He didn’t create the universe and then retire…He cares, He is in control, He is good, His will is good. That doesn’t mean it won’t be difficult. Now that we understand

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the source of some of our fears, let’s look at the solution for those fears. We are instructed to “Cast all of our cares on Him (why) because He cares for you!” (1Peter 5:7) We are going to have fears and cares in this life, it’s inevitable. We must place those fears and cares into the hands of Christ. If He cared enough to die on a cross for us, surely He cares about our daily lives. We serve a risen Savior. If fear has roots in doubt, faith begets trust. Let’s put away doubt and fear and take up faith and trust…trust in His goodness and His plan for our life. What we fill our minds with will direct out thoughts and actions. Fill your mind with calamity, despair and trouble and you will think and act accord­ ingly. Philippians 4:8 is our guide for the mind. It declares, “Finally, brethren, whatsoever things are true, whatsoever things are honest, whatsoever things are just, whatsoever things are pure, whatsoever things are lovely, whatsoever things are of good report, if there be any virtue, and if there be any praise, think on these things.” All I have

to do is say Coronavirus and you get the point. I am not saying be uninformed or walk in the dark. What we meditate on or fill our minds with will dominate our life. So, what is God’s Rx for fear? We must seek Him with all of our heart, not half-heartedly, but daily. We must understand God is good. His plan is good, though it may be difficult. He cares and wants us to place all of our fears and concerns under His control. Fill our minds with the good, lovely, pure honest, virtues, praiseworthy and to meditate on them. We serve a risen Savior. God is still on the throne and He cares! Exchange our doubt and fear for faith and trust.

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SMOKER, Jon and Samantha (King), Ephrata, a daughter, at home. SMUCKER, Melvin Lee and Linda Sue, New Holland, a son, at Women & Babies Hospital. STOLTZFUS, David and Kelsey, Lititz, a son, at Women & Babies Hospital. STOLTZFUS, Jacob and Elizabeth (Riehl), Lititz, a son, at home. WEAVER, Tyler Scott and Kayla Rachelle (Fox), Lititz, a daughter, at Lebanon Valley Birth Center, Bart.

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August 3 Lawayne Thomas Martin, 2, son of Thomas and Lucy Martin, Ephrata. Hudson Ryker Weaver, 1, son of Karl and Janet Weaver, Lititz. August 4 Jennifer N. Zimmerman, 7, daughter of Wilmer and Lena Mae Zimmerman, Lititz. August 5 Jalena Rose Horning, 3, daughter of Elam and Louise Horning, East Earl.

Braden Derek Nolt, 1, son of Mark and Lynelle Nolt, Ephrata. Ivy Lee Aspen Parmer, 1, daughter of Katie Roland and Jeremy Parmer, Ephrata. August 7 Braden Lewis Martin, 11, son of Steve and Lori Martin, East Earl. Brent Larry Martin, 11, son of Steve and Lori Martin, East Earl.

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Adamstown Library Events (Continued From Page 11A)

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• Genealogy Group – Tuesday, August 9 at 6:30 p.m. This group meets once a month for lively discussions, research help or short talks from genealogy researcher Ken McCrea. Join others with an interest in researching family history and learn more about online resources for genealogy research. For adults and older students.

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Wednesday, August 3, 2022 • Volume LVII, No. 17

Reptile Show Amazes And Informs Crowd At Ephrata Library

..and so many more! In this issue starting on page 5B!

Annual Evening Of Music

Join the Lititz Historical Foundation for their Annual Evening of Music on Sunday, August 14! The show will take place from 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. on the Mary Oehme Gardens

Shopping News Photo by Donald Reese Forgotten Friend Reptile Sanctuary made a visit to the Ephrata Public Library and was greeted by an enthusiastic full house of children and parents. Jesse Rothacker, along with his helpers/children Kenny and Viola, presented an array of creatures ranging from turtles to snakes to lizards. Jesse started the show with the smaller creatures and worked his way up to the large Burmese python shown in the photo, which required (left to right) Viola, Mikayla (Children’s Librarian), Kenny and Jesse to display. The inset photo features Kenny displaying a young alligator. stage, which is located in the rear of the Lititz Historical Foundation at 137 East Main Street in Lititz. Admission is free, but donations are appreciated! Hailing from New Jersey,

The Black Ties have entertained festival crowds at The Fest for Beatles Fans, Abbey Road on the River, The Fab 4 Music Festival, as well as numerous public and private events since 2018.

This concert is free and open to the public. Bring your lawn chairs and blankets and invite your family, friends, and neighbors. This concert is generously sponsored by Luther Acres.

“Pieces From The Past” Featuring Landis Valley Village And Farm Museum

Mainspring Of Ephrata Introduces 2022-2023 Board

Mainspring of Ephrata is pleased to introduce its 2022-2023 Board of Directors. Each member provides skills, experience and resources to support the work of the organization. Shown in the photo, from left to right, are: (front row) Megan Thompson, Treasur­ er; Jennifer Katke, Secretary; David Boland, President; Anthony Kilkuskie, Mem­

ber-at-Large; Christy Ander­ son, Vice President; and Joy Ashley, Executive Director; (back row) Nancy Harris, Wesley Dudley, Kathleen Miller, Michael McKenna, Linda Martin, Shawn Bear, Sue Gunselman, Bob Harter and Rachel Bitner. Not pictured is Nicholas Frolio. Mainspring of Ephrata is an economic and community development organization

Shopping News Photo by Donald Reese serving Ephrata Borough. It done without the com­ consists of three core pro­ munity’s engagement. Your grams: Business Develop­ input is needed! In its ment, Physical Development mission to serve the commu­ and Community & Events. nity, Mainspring of Ephrata Mainspring of Ephrata values the community’s celebrates the unique history, feedback. Please visit https:// landscape and blended cul­ tures of Ephrata by cultivat­ bit.ly/3cMNgvU to take a ing a memorable, multi­ short, simple survey that will generational and thriving help to pursue goals to community. But it cannot be revitalize Ephrata.

Shopping News Photo by Donald Reese “Pieces From The Past” Shopping News readers continues this week, will learn about local items featuring the Landis Valley housed in local museums Village and Farm Museum. and historical societies. In this weekly article, (Continued On Page 3B)

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• Kia Vang of Ephrata • Dana L. Wentz of Leola • Caroline Wood of Lititz • Baobai K. Yang of Reinholds least 12 credits and have • David M. Ziegler of a minimum grade point Lititz average of 3.60. • Matthew D. Bandy of Akron • Theo S. Burkholder of Lititz • Bridgette E. Bussler of Ephrata • Cade Ryan Clancy of Bloomsburg University of Lititz Pennsylvania congratulates • Mallory Michelle Dover the nearly 1,950 students who were named to the of Ephrata Spring 2022 Dean’s List. • Amelia C. Fair of Lititz The following local students • Joy A. Gonzalez of were named to the list: Denver • Andrea Acosta of Lititz, a • Adrienne M. Haines of Senior who is a Environ­ Lititz mental - Geographical • Olivia M. Hartman of Geological Sciences major, Lititz was one of those recognized. • Lillyan Jade Hassler of • Mckayla Baker of Lititz, Lititz a Senior who is a Psychology • Doriannon E. Hugar of major, was one of those Lititz recognized. • Shingyin H. Kha of • Mikayla Becker of Denver Lititz, a Junior who is a Studies • Leah Courtney Kistler of Communication major, was one of those Denver • Nikolai Kochel of Lititz recognized. • Rachael Brown of • Jakob D. Lemke of Denver, a Senior who is a Ephrata Special Education (PK-12)/ • Allison C. Lentz of Early Childhood (PK-4) Ephrata major, was one of those • Mary Grace Long of recognized. Akron • Hannah Camacho of • Isabelle Mack of Stevens Ephrata, a Junior who is a • Elizabeth P. Nieli of Accounting major, was one Denver of those recognized. • Kathryn C. Powell of • Tabitha Delmont of Narvon Lititz, a Senior who is a • Noah D. Powlus of Accounting major, was one of those recognized. Ephrata • Cody Fink of Denver, • Lillie E. Risser of New Holland a Sophomore who is a

College News Eastern Mennonite Graduates

Eastern Mennonite Uni­ ver­ sity (EMU) awarded 408 degrees at the 2022 Commencement. The following local students were among those receiving degrees: • Rachel Breslin, of Lititz, earned a Bachelor of Science Nursing in Nursing • Khris Brubaker, of Leola, earned a Graduate Certificate in PK-12 Reading Specialist • Jessica Chea, of Lititz, earned a Bachelor of Science Nursing in Nursing • Peter Hughes, of Ephrata, earned a Bachelor of Science in Leadership and Organizational Management • Matthew Spurrier, of Lititz, earned a MA in Education in Education • Janessa Zimmerman, of Lititz, earned a Bachelor of Science Nursing in Nursing


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Darlene M. Devonshire, 61, of Denver, passed away at home on Friday, July 29, 2022, after a long and courageous battle with cancer. Born in Chestnut Hill, Philadelphia, was a daughter of James Allen & Dorrene May (Ramsey) Malcolm, and the loving wife of 40 years to Robert T. Devonshire. Darlene’s hometown was Collegeville, PA, where she spent her childhood. She was a graduate of Perkiomen

Valley High School, class of 1978 and then graduated as an LPN from Sacred Heart School of Nursing. She worked at the former Phoenixville Manor and the former Montgomery County Geriatric Center. Darlene left her work as an LPN to pursue her greatest love, raising a family. She loved her role at home, caring for her husband and girls. Darlene enjoyed cooking, baking, and crafting. Camping with her family and sitting around the campfire was one of Darlene’s favorites. She attended Grace Point Church in Ephrata with her husband and together they enjoyed the church bus trips. Darlene’s quiet guiding presence will forever be felt by her daughters and her selfless nature will be missed by many. In addition to her husband and parents, Darlene is survived by two daughters, Julianna M. Devonshire of Shillington and Laura A.




Accounting major, was one of those recognized. • Karoline Fitz of New Holland, a Senior who is a Speech Pathology Audiology major, was one of those recognized. • Phillip Friggle of Denver, a Senior who is a Speech Pathology Audiology major, was one of those recognized. • Hunter Grow of Lititz, a Senior who is a Environmental Geographical - Geological Sciences major, was one of those recognized. • Christopher Gyles of Lititz, a Senior who is a Environmental Geographical - Geological Sciences major, was one of those recognized.

• Alexa Hess of Lititz, a Senior who is a Nursing major, was one of those recognized. • Allyson Hirneisen of Denver, a Senior who is a Nursing major, was one of those recognized. • Andrew Kasatkin of Ephrata, a Sophomore who is a Radiation Science BS major, was one of those recognized. • Tayler Leonard of Lititz, a Junior who is a Special Education (PK-12)/Early Childhood (PK-4) major, was one of those recognized. • Elaine Mast of Adamstown, a Senior who is a Psychology, Social Work major, was one of those recognized.

• Mallory Moyer of Reinholds, a Senior who is a Social Work major, was one of those recognized. • Brock Rennekamp of Leola, a Senior who is a Digital Forensics Cyber­ security major, was one of those recognized. • Graham Wolf of Lititz, a Junior who is a Digital Forensics Cybersecurity major, was one of those recognized. To qualify for Dean’s List, a student must earn a grade point average of 3.5 or higher (based on 4.0) during the semester.

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Devonshire (Jeremy D. Gehret) of Ephrata; three sisters, Jane Gahagen (Steve) of Andover, MN, Elma Reger (Jeff) of Payton CO, L. June Phipps (Troy) of Sandy OR; and many nieces and nephews; her sweet pup, Lily; and grandpup, Bella. A Celebration of Life will be held on Wed., Aug. 3rd at 1:30 p.m. at Good Sipler Funeral & Cremation Center, 34 N. Reamstown Rd., Reamstown (Stevens), PA. Darlene’s family will receive family & friends prior to the service from 1 to 1:30 p.m. The Devonshire family would like to thank Dr. Jacqueline A. Evans and team and are incredibly grateful for their care and support over the last seven years. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions to First Church of the Nazarene, 812 N Cumberland St, Lebanon, TN 37087.

Darlene M. Devonshire

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Quartet To Perform At Lititz Library The Robin Work Quartet will perform an outdoor concert at the Lititz Public Library on Thursday, August 25 at 6:30 p.m. as part of the library’s monthly summer concert series. In her crowd-pleasing deep, rich voice, Robin will present a program of won­ derful musical memories. Singing a selection of songs from the American Song­ book, the audience will hear songs and music from the Gershwins, Cole Porter, Jerome Kern and more. Robin has performed throughout the Eastern

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The Ruth Baler Feeder William Chester Ruth (1882-1971) was a Penn­ sylvania blacksmith, mach­ inist, and inventor of agricultural equipment. He was an African American whose parents had settled in nearby Chester County in 1865. After working at the Lukens Company steel mills, “Chester” Ruth established a blacksmith shop near Gap, Lancaster County, where he performed a lot of work for Pennsylvania German farmers. Many of his customers were Amish or Mennonite, and he recorded their needs and payments in his ledger. Ruth not only fixed many tools and pieces of

equipment for his customers, but also came to learn about problems they were having with machinery. One issue occurred between the thresher, whose purpose was to separate grain from its stem, and the baler, positioned behind the thresher to receive the stems as straw to bale. If straw exiting the thresher dropped into the bale chamber in thick gobs, or came too heavily at the finish of one bale and the start of another, the baler could jam. Sometimes a man with a pitchfork had to be positioned at the point where the thresher and baler met, in order to keep the straw flowing - this was dangerous.


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Everybody’s Marketplace Summer Enrichment Program Celebrates 40 Years

For Sale FOR SALE: Custom built re-­ placement windows and doors. Professional installa-­ tion. Call Ronafa Window & Door, 717-733-7534 or visit our showroom at 400 W. Main St, Ephrata in the Eph-­ rata Business Complex. Thank You! FOR SALE: Burial plot in Memory Gardens, Ephrata. Lot 78, spaces 1&2. Vault is included. Asking $2,000. Call 717-733-3027.

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FOR SALE: Country Pit Beef, owned for 18 years and looking to retire. If interested in being your own boss, please call 717314-0647.

The Ephrata Area Summer Enrichment Program is celebrating its 40th anniversary! Pictured is a group that took a field trip to Lake Tobias Wildlife Park in Halifax. Here the group is ready to take a safari!

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FT Retail Management Trainee at our Lititz location

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


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.

MAINTENANCE TECHNICIANS As a result of strong and sustained growth in our business, AFP advanced food products llc, the premier co-pack manufacturer of aseptically packed cheese sauce and puddings located in New Holland, Lancaster County, has immediate opportunities available for Full-Time Maintenance Technicians. We are seeking energetic employees experienced with electrical and mechanical installations plus troubleshooting and repairs. Some overtime and weekend work will be required. AFP offers competitive pay and bonus programs. Benefits (including medical, dental, and vision) start date of hire. Enrollment into the 401k also starts date of hire, including company match. Starting pay is negotiable based on experience and education. Please apply online.

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Planting A Church Outdoors On The Move: The Rail Trail Church The Rail Trail Church, sponsored by Hope UMC in Ephrata, is a church outstanding in its field…or rather, in its meadow. That’s where members, friends and neighbors take a short nature walk on the first and third Sundays each month through a grassy field and then along a popular trail that once carried railway trains to their destinations. The fledgling ministry, birthed in March 2022, gathers monthly on first and third Sundays, at 5:00 p.m., and welcomes participants inside the church’s outdoor pavilion for prayers, scripture reading and conversations. Then they stroll on a cleared path through an adjacent meadow graced by milkweed, grasses and native flowers, herbs, butterflies and other vital signs of life. The Hope Meadow, created by the church in 2019, is a pollinator meadow, covering more than two acres, designed and planted with all native plants, including host plants for caterpillars that become butterflies. After enjoying peaceful moments there, attendees

then literally hit the trail, walking on one of many Rail Trails located in Pennsylvania and across the U.S. that many have found useful for gentle exercise. When the steel, coal and iron industries were booming in Pennsylvania, trains were used to transport goods from one town to the next along flat pathways crisscrossing the countryside. Over the years, many of these railroad beds became unused and vacant; so trails were

developed in their place to commemorate the historical routes. Today, those wellmaintained, peaceful trails are enjoyed by people on the move, whether walking, jogging, bicycling, skating, or even pushing baby strollers. The Rev. Lisa Jean Hoefner, a retired, longtime UM pastor and outdoor ministries director, leads attendees on this half-hour walk and talk along the

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Warwick to Ephrata Rail Trail, which extends to Lititz. They pass neighbors living along the trail in homes and residential buildings. The community once housed workers in the tobacco processing plants and other local industries. Hoefner, who moved to Ephrata from Oregon to help care for her mother, started the new outreach ministry, modeling it on Zion Lutheran congregation’s Rail Trail Church in nearby Akron.

Hope UMC’s trustees and pastor, the Rev. Scott Dorn, gave their support; and the conference Congregational Development Team contributed funds. Hoefner sees the burgeoning community straddling the trail as a mission field. She welcomes members, friends, and curious neighbors to Hope’s Rail Trail Church, where she teaches about the meadow’s natural gifts and promotes the church as a new place for new people wanting to enjoy and value all of God’s creation. Nancy Augeri, who had just moved into a mobile home park next door, came by to ask for permission to park in the church lot and walk through the public meadow. Hoefner invited her to join the Rail Trail Church in June. “As a new resident here, I’m meeting people and enjoying this walk much more than I would if I walked it by myself,” she said. She promised to return and to tell others about it. This is “a fresh expression of faith and community for all ages,” Hoefner writes in

a promotional leaflet. “It’s a church on a journey— walking and wondering together, aware of the gifts that surround us in community and in nature.” After its “time on the trail,” the mobile congregation returns to the pavilion for brief, reflective discussion, a parting blessing, and informal conversations. Once each month, Camealla “Cammie” Freed, a Master Naturalist and gardener who created and manages the Hope Meadow project will lead presentations, this time teaching about native plants. She will explore weeds that are in bloom and their importance to insects, pollinators and other creatures in the web of life. The Rail Trail church will next gather on Sundays, August 7 and 21. To learn more about Hope UMC’s Rail Trail Church, contact Hoefner at lisajean1953@gmail.com or 503-449-3094. Shown in the photo, from left to right, are Rev. Lisa Jean Hoefner, Nancy Augeri, Kim Stoudt and Debbie Weidman.

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Deeds Recorded * On August 4, 1753, George Washington, a young Virginia planter, becomes a Master Mason, the highest basic rank in Freemasonry. The ceremony was held at the Masonic Lodge No. 4 in Fredericksburg, Virginia. Washington was 21 years old and would soon command his first military operation. Freemasons trace the origins of masonry back to the erecting of King Solomon’s Temple in biblical times. * On August 6, 1911, Lucille Desiree Ball, one of America’s most famous redheads and beloved comic actresses, is born near Jamestown, New York. Ball starred with husband Ricky Ricardo on television’s “I Love Lucy” from 1951 to 1957.

* On August 2, 1939, Wes Craven, the man responsible for terrorizing millions of moviegoers with his “Nightmare on Elm Street” series, is born. Craven began his directing career with 1972’s “The Last House on the Left,” a violent teen horror film. * On August 1, 1943, a Japanese destroyer rams an American PT (patrol torpedo) boat, No. 109, slicing it in two. The destruction is so massive, other American PT boats in the area assume the crew is dead. Two crewmen were, in fact, killed, but 11 survived, including Lt. John F. Kennedy, who would later become president. * On August 7, 1964, the United States Congress approves the Gulf of Tonkin


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Resolution, giving President Lyndon B. Johnson nearly unlimited powers to oppose “communist aggression” in Southeast Asia. The Johnson administration began heavy bombing of North Vietnam in early 1965 and sent U.S. combat troops in March 1965. * On August 3, 1977, “The Spy Who Loved Me,” starring Roger Moore as James Bond, is released in theaters. The film features one of the most memorable Bond vehicles of all time -- a sleek, powerful Lotus Esprit sports car that does double duty as a submarine.

* On August 5, 2002, the rusty iron gun turret of the ironclad warship U.S.S. Monitor is raised from the floor of the Atlantic, where it had rested since it went down in a storm off North Carolina during the Civil War. She sank in December 1862, while being towed from Cape Hatteras.

The following were recorded at the Lancaster County Recorder of Deeds office from July 21 to July 27: Adamstown Borough David L. Endy conveyed property on Bissenden Way to Janet L. Puchino and John Tremble for $300,000. Brecknock Township Rachel Devitry and Thatcher Graham conveyed property on Dry Tavern Road to Rachel Devitry and Thatcher Graham for $1. Clay Township The Estate of Dorothy E. Bouder conveyed property on Durlach Hill Road to Josiah Weaver for $275,000. Sandra L. Andes conveyed prop­erty on Bloomfield Drive to Sandra L. Andes for $1. Denver Borough Susan M. Van Zant conveyed property on North Sixth Street to Shannon Lee Barr for $275,000. Thomas P. Garofola con­ veyed property on Willow Drive to Caleb Stoltzfus

and Hannah Stoltzfus for $389,900. The Florence Windish Estate conveyed property on Lancaster Avenue to Sheila Wenger for $245,000. David A. Johnson conveyed property on Main Street to Kalie J. Johnson for $200,000. Earl Township Martha R. Hoover conveyed property in Earl Township to Etta N. Hoover and Willis R. Hoover for $1. Henry E. Smathers conveyed property on Airport Road to Jason Eshbach for $190,000. East Cocalico Township Mahammad Anwar con­ veyed property in East Cocal­ico Township to Mountain Top Investing LLC for $250,000. Ida N. Stauffer and Willis H. Stauffer conveyed property on Reinholds Road to Etta S. Martin and Luke H. Martin for $344,000. William L. Schreiber Jr. conveyed property on Gar­ den Spot Drive to Crystal Flores and William L. Schreiber Jr. for $1. Annette L. Smith conveyed property on Ridge Avenue to Chad A. Zimmerman and Regina M. Zimmerman for $225,000.

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Automotive section Terri L. Kilrain and Thomas H. Kilrain conveyed prop­ erty on Wabash Road to Cherry Place Properties LP for $350,000. Jean E. Archibald conveyed property in East Cocalico Township to Eric Michael Archibald for $1. East Earl Township Double L Holdings LLC and Larry L. Horst conveyed property on Reading Road to Larry L. Horst and Lichty Enterprise LLC for $1. Etta N. Hoover and Willis R. Hoover conveyed property on Red Run Road to Jeanette R. Hoover and Linford S. Hoover for $1. Lloyd L. Miller and Susie S. Miller conveyed property in East Earl Township to Michael A. Miller and Ruth E. Miller for $1. The Wilbur Dale Miller Estate conveyed property on Sunset Avenue to Mar­ cella Mae Reynolds and Mark Allen Reynolds for $423,296. Elizabeth Township Emily A. Landis and Shane M. Landis conveyed prop­ erty on Snavely Mill Road to Kaitlyn M. Hickman and Shane M. Hickman for $1.

Ephrata Borough Regina M. Zimmerman and Chad A. Zimmerman conveyed property on Marion Terrace to Vanessa N. Shonk and Travis J. Zwiebel for $225,000. Robert E. Grose and Taylor L. Hornberger conveyed property on Lincoln Avenue to Brooke Gwendolyn Jansen and Jakob Daniel Jansen for $185,000. The Grace I. Ziemer Estate conveyed property on East Walnut Street to Kelsey Lynn Hess for $160,000. Amber R. Rieger and Tim­ othy M. Rieger conveyed property in Ephrata Borough to Sean R. Guinter for $188,000. Matthew E. Frey and Hea­ ther L. Rea conveyed prop­ erty on South Maple Street to Heather L. Rea for $10. Fay Lee Rainwater conveyed property on Circle Drive Terri L. Kilrain and Thomas H. Kilrain for $280,000. Thomas S. Schwear con­ veyed property in Ephrata Borough to Arete Property Solutions LLC for $99,500.



Ephrata Township Paul Zelem conveyed property on Ridge Avenue to Jennifer J. Ryan and Paul Zelem for $1. Joan L. Stahl conveyed property on Ridge Avenue to Ashley B. Bankert, David L. Bankert, Frank L. Zeidler, and Susan M. Zeidler for $525,000. Matthew Miller and Robert E. Miller conveyed property on Ridge Avenue to Hillside Road Properties LLC for $235,000. Ivan Belyy and Natalya Belyy conveyed property on Akron Road to Lyndon W. Stoltzfus and Shaina D. Stoltzfus for $430,000. Lititz Borough Bethany G. Frey, Frederick W. Frey, Lori C. Frey, and Peter A. Frey conveyed property on East Lincoln Avenue to Lisa M. Janson and Peter J. Janson for $265,000. Sieber Ventures LLC con­ veyed property in Lititz Borough to South Cedar Street Properties LLC for $700,000. Christopher J. Schaffer and Lois A. Schaffer conveyed

property on Sussex Place to Lynda J. Bowman for $305,000. Anna Phillips conveyed property on Golden Street to Nicholas K. Reinhold and Rachel M. Reinhold for $196,000. New Holland Borough Elva M. Russell conveyed prop­ erty on North Custer Avenue to Fred H. News­ wanger and Glenda J. News­ wanger for $294,000. Terre Hill Kara Slonaker and Robert B. Slonaker conveyed property on East Main Street to Andrew Wiker for $285,000. Upper Leacock Township Jo Ann Carotenuto conveyed property on Hickory Lane to the Jo Ann Carotenuto Living Trust for $1. Warwick Township Darlene L. Groff and Earl Groff conveyed property on Brunnerville Road to Carolyn Oberholtzer Her­ shey and Jeremy Lee Hershey for $330,200. Adam Oleskowitz conveyed property on Robin Hill Drive to Heather Lundsted

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and Joshua Lundsted for $235,000. Alisha M. Rohrer and Timothy S. Rohrer conveyed property on Newport Road to Betty A. Hardinger and Kent T. Hardinger for $324,900. Gary Willier and Janet Willier conveyed property in Warwick Township to Benjamin L. Hostetter and Victoria L. Hostetter for $460,000. The Kimberly A. Frank Estate conveyed property on Cardinal Road to Michael T. Colasante for $210,000. George H. Hockenbrocht and Jean A. Hockenbrocht conveyed property on Pebble Creek Drive to Donna I. Blackman and Keith R. Blackman for $301,600. Jeanette G. Lepard and Richard F. Lepard conveyed property in Warwick Town­ ship to Edward Flowers and Jessica Flowers for $277,000. Robert H. Blevins conveyed property on Pebble Creek Drive to Dorothy S. Artz and Timothy J. Artz for $295,000.


Kelly J. Wolfe and Kenneth M. Wolfe conveyed property on Laurie Lane to Jeanne B. Scott and Richard F. Scott for $255,000. The Eileen R. Floyd Estate conveyed property on Karen Court to Mark Z. Johnson and Rebecca Johnson for $290,000. Sauder Realty Co. con­ veyed property in Warwick Township to Rock Lit­ itz Properties LP for $1,300,000. West Cocalico Township The Mary Ellen Getz Estate conveyed property on Hartings Park Road to Michell L. Firestone for $1. West Earl Township Daniel A. Fischer conveyed property on Buchland Road to Angela Henderson and Paul Henderson for $337,500. Sara C. Boomer and John D. Jensen conveyed property in West Earl Township to Adrienne Leigh Dow and Nicholas Charles Dow for $460,000.



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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 Possi­bil­ ities. Now through Saturday, August 13 for children and teens (ages 0-19). Now through Thursday, Septem­ ber 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 Friday at 9:00 a.m. Come join Joyce Courtney for Yoga in the Morning. This class is appropriate for all abilities. Adults and teens welcome. Bring your own mat (if you have one) and a water bottle. No sign up needed. • Astronomy Enthusiasts of Lancaster County Wednesday, August 3 at 6:00 p.m. Program Topic: Applying Photometry to Variable Stars to Collect Magnitude Data for Research as a Citizen Scientist. No registration required. • Tai Chi Easy - Tuesday, August 9 at 6:30 p.m. Tai Chi Easy Method - A blend of Qigong and common Tai Chi movements, Tai Chi Easy is designed to improve the quality of life


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for all people. Tai Chi Easy is an evidence-based health intervention that works for any population. It uses slow and careful movement without strain to strengthen the body’s own healing forces and is medically proven to support disease prevention, accelerate healing, and reduce stress. A blend of gentle movement, breath and meditation. This class can be practiced standing, walking, sitting in a chair and even lying down. All abilities welcome. Online registration began on Tuesday, July 26. • Great Decisions Discus­ sion Group - Wednesday, August 10, 6:30 p.m. If you have an interest in foreign affairs, join them for this moderated, non-partisan discussion group. No special knowledge is required for this informal discussion forum, just an inquiring

mind. No registration required. • Painting Club - Wed­ nesday, August 10 and 24 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. • Vision Board Creation Class - Thursday, August 11 at 6:00 p.m. A fun class where participants will create a Vision Board. Vision Boards can be a great way to really focus on what you want to achieve in life, intentions you want to set and goals you want to reach. Vision Boards and the work that goes into them can help you cultivate a positive mindset. Let your Vision Board serve as a daily reminder and a guide to working towards your goal;


PUBLIC AUCTION Sat., Sept. 10, 2022

Personal Property 9 AM, Real Estate 12 Noon 736 Mohns Hill Rd., Sinking Spring, PA 19608

2 sty. dwl. w/2788 SF finished area, eat-in kitchen w/pantry, living rm., family rm. w/walk-in closet, 1st floor laundry, 4 bdrms., 2 full baths, full bsmt., oil forced air & coal stove heat tied into oil furnace, covered front porch, low maintenance exterior. Outbldg: 1 sty. 2 car garage/barn 36x26 w/water & painted steel siding, ¾ ACRE country lot w/lawn & garden area. Zoned Ag. Owners purchased a farm & motivated to sell! Nice country property, economical & low taxes. Convenient location, minutes to Bowmansville, Terre Hill & East Earl. Personal inspection by appointment or open house August 13, 20 & 27 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

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1 Owner 10.45 Ac. Wooded Lot w/1,873 SF 1½ Sty. Cape-Style Log-Sided House Featuring Lg. Eat-In Kitchen, 33 Handle Cherry Cabinets w/Corian Countertops & Island, Cathedral Ceiling w/Exposed Beams, Skylights & Soap Stone Wood Stove, Access to Deck & Enclosed Gazebo w/Jacuzzi (New in ‘18), Lg. Open Living Rm./ Formal Dining Rm. w/Hardwood Floors, 1st Floor Master BR Suite w/Deck Access, Full Bath & Walk-In Closet, Covered Side Porch & Detached Oversized 2-Car Garage w/Breezeway; Upstairs Boasts Sm. Loft, Full Bath, 2 BR w/Nice Closet Space, + Storage; Full Daylight Basement has Approx. 1,009 SF Living Area, Spacious Family Rm. w/Wood Stove, Lg. Unfinished Wood Shop/Storage Utility Rm., Laundry, Full Bath, Kitchenette, BR & Office w/Walkout Entrance to Covered Patio. 26x54 2-Bay Shop w/12.6x9.6 Roll Door & Lg. Open Bay, 2nd Bay w/Deck Storage & 8x8 Overhead Dr., 25x13 Game Rm.; Great Shop for Woodworking or Car Enthusiast; 9x25 Storage Lean-To; On-Site Well/Septic, 200 Amp Service, Spring Twp., Wilson SD, Berks Co. OPEN HOUSE: Sat., Aug. 20 & 27, 1-3 PM or by appointment. For appointment to see or for help to obtain bank financing, call Joel at 717-949-3211. NOTE: This 1-owner, custom-built house is very well-insulated, has highly efficient geothermal heating/cooling system, heat pump water heater, low-maintenance standing seam roof--all situated in a very desirable setting on a secluded & level 10.45 ac. wooded lot, ideal for the nature lover & hunter. Don’t miss your opportunity to buy this “one of a kind” property w/privacy for the family or entertaining. TERMS: 10% Down, Balance in 45 Days. SEE MORE INFO & PHOTOS: www.heiseyauctions.com Auction For: Cindy Vanhise, POA Attorney: Anthony Schimaneck (717) 299-5251




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1ST LOT ENDS AUG. 10, 2022 6:00 P.M.

THURS., SEPT. 8, 2022

Located at 110 Martin Drive, Reinholds (E. Cocalico Twp., Lanc. Co.) From intersection of Rt. 272 & Rt. 897, take Rt. 897 north towards Reinholds. Turn left on Martin Dr., to property on left. Watch for signs.

SESSION 1 OF A 5-PART SESSION Inspection by appointment.

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Real estate consists of brick rancher, built in 1956, containing an eat-in kitchen; an open dining/living room combination; three bedrooms; a full bath; and washer/dryer hookup, all on the main level. There is approx. 1,242 sq. ft. of one floor living space, with hardwood floors throughout. Attic storage above. Full basement with garage/outside access. Oil-forced air heat. Central air. Well & septic on-site. Situated on a 0.47 (+/-) acre lot, this property is conveniently located just off of Rt. 897, between Reinholds and Adamstown, and close to many major routes. Being sold to settle an estate, the sellers are motivated to sell! This is a great opportunity - you won’t want to miss this auction! *To be sold immediately after real estate* 2000 Mercury Grand Marquis GS car – approx. 240,000 miles – running – no reserve! Open Houses to be held Sun., Aug. 21 & Sat., Aug. 27 from 1-3PM, or by appt., contact Auctioneer at (717) 371-9603. 10% down day of sale, balance due at settlement. J. Noel, Atty. Terms By:


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it. Formed by Lancaster musicians and their friends at Temple University, the band has become one of the region’s most popular and versatile jazz ensembles. This energetic group is sure to delight audiences of all ages with their take on jazz classics as well as their fresh interpretation of many favorite jazz and swing tunes. Concert will be outdoors, please bring a blanket or chairs. In the event of bad weather they will move inside. Online registration is required and begins Thursday, August 4. • Buckhill Sleuths Book Club - Monday, August 22 at 2:00 p.m. No registration needed. Contact dguscott@ lititzlibrary.org for more information. • Community Conversa­ tions - Monday, August 22 at 6:30 p.m. This brief, informal session will focus on some of the new programs and services the library is now offering as well as giving you all an opportunity to let them know how they are doing and if there’s anything you’d like to see in the future. No registration needed. • BYOB – Bring Your Own Book (Club) Thursday, August 25 at 2:00 p.m. A non-traditional book club for adults. Instead of




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they are a great way to help you visualize your dream life every day. All materials will be provided. Ages 18+. Registration began Thursday, July 28. • Knitting Club - Monday, August 15 from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon. 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 welcome. No registration required. • Jane Austen Society Tuesday, August 16 at 6:30 p.m. Come enjoy a cup of tea and discuss all things Austen. No registration needed. • Tech Talk at the Library - Wednesday, August 17 at 2:00 p.m. Learn about the library’s e-resources. No registration required. • Outdoor Backyard Concert: Temple Avenue Thursday, August 18th at 6:30 p.m. The jazz group Temple Avenue brings the swing wherever they play -- swing dances, concerts, church services, restaurants, you name

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40 Little Mountain Rd., Jonestown, PA 17087 3 BR 1½ Bath Farmhouse & 60x42 3-Bay Shop has quiet setting w/wildlife, but not far from major routes. Nice shop! House ready for renovation. Call Auctioneer (717-383-5606) to make appoint. or for help to obtain bank financing. TERMS: 10% Down; Balance in 45 Days. VEHICLES: ‘09 Fd F150 XLT 5.4 Ext. Cab 4x4 Auto 143k mi.; ‘01 Fd F150 XLT Triton V-8 4 Dr. Crew Cab 4x4 Auto 196k mi.; ‘66 Fd Fairlane 289 4 Dr. Project Car (No Title) 3 On The Tree. TRACTOR/SKIDLOADER/EQUIP.: L553 NH DSL Skidloader w/Material Bucket; QA Manure Forks, Farmall 340 NF Gas (Not Running–Stored 20 yrs. ago), IH 2 Row Corn Planter, IH Fast Hitch 2 Bottom Plow, Fast Hitch Row Maker, JD GT235 w/48” Deck. ATVS: ‘94 Polaris 400 4x4 w/Plow; Honda 250 2WD; 2 Sled Snowmobile Trailer (No Title). GUNS/HUNTING/TRAPPING: Winchester Model 61, 22 S,L Or Lr; Stevens Model 73, 22 S,L Or Lr; Winchester Model 68, 22 S,L Or Lr; Mossberg Model 146b, 22 S Or Lr; Marlin Model 783, 22; Savage Model 25, 22 S,L Or Lr; Wards Western Field, 22; Winchester Model 94, 30-30; Remington 760 Gamemaster, .243; Winchester Model 94, 30-30; Winchester Model 12, 12 Gauge; Winchester Model 12, 16 Gauge; Winchester Model 12, 16 Gauge; Remington 870 Magnum, 12 Gauge; Jc Higgins Model 583, 16 Gauge; Iver Johnson, 12 Gauge; Iver Johnson, 12 Gauge; Iver Johnson, 16 Gauge; Stevens 5100, Side By Side, 12 Gauge; W. Richards, Side By Side, 12 Gauge; Riverside Arms, Side By Side, 12 Gauge; S. Holt Arms, Side By Side, 12 Gauge; Remington Spartan 310, Over & Under, 12 Gauge; 1858 Springfield Rifle w/ Bayonet; High Standard Double Nine, .22 Revolver; Dan Wesson Arms, 357 Magnum; Ruger Security Six, Stainless, 357 Magnum; Ruger P89dc, 9mm; Deer, Bear & Other Mounts; Game Calls; Conibear & Foot Traps; Hide Stretchers; Reloading Equip.; Ammo; Etc. TOOLS: Bishman Tire Changer, Campbell Hausfield 60 Gal 5 HP Upright Air Compressor, Craftsman Radial Arm Saw, Craftsman 10” 3 HP Table Saw, Walker Turner Bandsaw, Scroll Saw, Walker Turner Drill Press, Craftsman 5 HP Planer; Work Mates, Bostitch Air Compressor, Airco Welder, Honda EG5000 Gas Generator, + Lots of Hand/Pwr Tools, Kohler Natural Gas Generator; Pumps, Oil Burners, Oil Hot Air Furnace, Roll Around Tool Box, Transit, Chain Hoist Metal Shelving, Metal Cabinets, Chains, Load Binders, Scaffolding, Scrap Metal, Oil Tanks; Butchering Equip.; Etc. ANTIQUES/COLLECTIBLES: Turned Leg Flower Stand, Patchwork Baby Quilt, 15+ Stoneware Crocks, Fire Police Uniforms, Pyrex & Other Collectible Kitchenware, Fiesta Ware, Corning Ware, Milk Cans, Duck Whirligig, Pennzoil, Lube & Oil Collectibles, Wood Chicken Coop, Corn Sheller, Grinding Wheel w/Seat, Apple Butter Stirrer, Early Grain Bin, 250 lb. Fisher Anvil, Hand Blower, Firebox, Egg Baskets, Linens/Tablecloths, Kerosene Lanterns, Radio Flyer Trike, Old Bikes, Grimes, Hershey, Vintage J F Hain Bottle w/ Applied Mouth, Crow/Owl Decoys, Milk Bottles, 1 Pc. Dry Sink w/3 Drawer Over Shelf, Etc. MISC.: Some HH Goods, Furniture, Fridge, Range, Etc. NOTE: Nice country auction w/something for everyone! Partial, early listing; We’ll be finding items right up to sale day. Convenient parking, great food, tent if needed. Guns not on premises till auction day. AUCTION ORDER: Starting w/Tools. Vehicles/Tractor/Skidloader/ATVs at 10 AM. Guns at 11 AM. Possibly selling w/2 auction rings. See website for updates! TERMS: Cash, good PA Check or Credit Card (w/3% fee). SEE MORE INFO & PHOTOS: www.heiseyauctions.com Auction For:

Marilyn V. Light Estate Attorney: John Zimmerman (717) 865-1070

Say You Saw It In “The Shopping News” - Wednesday, August 3, 2022 - 13B

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 Con­ cert: Robin Work Quartet - Thursday, August 25 at 6:30 p.m. In her crowdpleasing deep, rich voice, Robin will present a pro­ gram of wonderful musical memories. Singing a selec­ tion of songs from the American Songbook, the audience will hear songs and music from the Gershwins, Cole Porter, Jerome Kern and more. Robin has performed throughout the Eastern United States and Canada in musical genres ranging from Pop to Big Band to Jazz. She has performed and recorded with national and internationally respected musicians as well as performing at various Jazz festivals. Robin has worked with some of the finest musicians in Central Pa and continues to enjoy performing with her jazz trio. This is an outdoor concert. Please bring a blanket or chairs. In the event of bad weather they will move inside. Online

registration is required and begins Thursday, August 11. Children/Families • Summer StoryWalk® - Everyday. The Lititz Public Library’s summer StoryWalk® title is Shine! by Patrick McDonnell. A starfish struggles to find happiness in her underwater ocean world and wishes she could be a star in the sky, but with the help of her ocean friends, she discovers the shine within. • Hands-on Animal Pro­ gram - Wednesday, August 3 at 10:00 a.m. This hands-on educational program will have the kids learning about 25 animals. All animals are safe to touch and hold. Ages 2-12. Presented by Michael Buleza from Critter Con­ nection. Registration begins two weeks before the program. • Phredd – Ukulele One Man Band - Monday, August 8 at 11:00 a.m. Enjoy local singer/songwriter Phredd and his ukulele strumming, harmonica wailing, suitcase drum kicking, and original tunes. All ages welcome. Registration begins two weeks before the program. • Ancient Undersea Reptile Show - Tuesday, August 9 at



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1:00 p.m. Mike and Roberta Straka will take them on an exploration of life in the ancient seas 70 million years ago. Meet Molly the Mosasaur, a fifteen-foot ancient undersea reptile, discovered by their team. The program concludes with a 15 minute exploration dig for 50 youth. Ages K-8. Registration begins two weeks before the program. • Fall Storytimes Coming Soon! Backyard Online Registration begins Monday, August 22. Storytimes are returning in September! Information for Backyard and Indoor storytimes is located under the Youth Services tab on the library’s website. Backyard online registration begins Monday, August 22.

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Alvernia University Graduates

The following Class of 2022 veterans graduated from Alvernia University: • Amber Aungst of Denver earned their Bachelor of Arts degree in Behavioral Health. • Colin Rothweiler of Ephrata earned their Master Business Administration degree in Cmty. Srvc. Econ. Ldr.




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

Lancaster County, PA


Farm & Farm Equipment

Mon., Aug. 8, 2022 at 10:30 AM


76 Acre Farm

Auction for:

Warren H. Jr. & Susan Martin

Nevin, Andrew, Victor & Gordon Martin Andrew - 717.816.1803 / Victor 717.658.9930 Email: Info@MartinsAuctionService.com / Lic# 2826L Warren - 717.336.7224 ** 1972 - 2022 ** Matthew - 484.269.6961

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THURS., AUG. 25, 2022 SALE AT 6:00 P.M.

Located at 11 Park St., Stevens (E. Cocalico Twp., Lanc. Co.) From Rt. 272, take Church St. through Reamstown. Turn left on Park St. to property on right. Watch for signs.

Real estate consists of brick front/vinyl-sided rancher, built in 1967, containing an eat-in kitchen; dining room; living room; full bath; three bedrooms (master bedroom with half bath); and an enclosed porch/three seasons room all on the main level. There is approx. 1,488 sq. ft. of finished one floor living space. The laundry has been relocated from the basement to the third bedroom for true one floor living. Attic storage above. Full, unfinished basement. Oil HW heat. Window AC. Public water & sewer. Situated on a 0.22 (+/-) acre lot, there is also a large storage shed and off-street parking. This is a solid home, but it could use some cosmetic updating throughout. Bring your tool belt and visions, and make it yours! This is a great opportunity - you won’t want to miss this auction! Open Houses to be held Sun., Aug. 14 & Sat., Aug 20 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:

ROSALEE MAE ROOT Lic. #AU005308 717-336-6983 www.pannebeckerwolf.com

(Leola Area)


From Reinholds, take Rt. 897 South 8/10 mi. Turn right onto Brunners Grove Rd. Go ½ mi. Turn left onto Dogwood Drive. Go to 1st farm on left.

Sandstone Soil - Approx. 36 Acres Tillable, 20 Acres Pasture w/Stream, 17 Acres Woodland Improvements: • Dairy Barn, 40’x74’ bank barn, 34 tie stalls, complete milking system w/SS pipeline. Attached milkhouse w/1,000 gal. tank. • Heifer Barn, 44’x72’ w/8’ overhang, drive by flat feed trough - Built 2014. • Equipment Shed, 40’x68’ steel arch - Built 2014. • Manure Storage, 34’x48’ poured walls w/ roof - Built 2014. • Shop/Garage, 28’x48’, 3 overhead doors, insulated shop area - Built 2019. • Other outbuildings. Root cellar. Small orchard. • Large 10 Room Farmhouse, stone, frame, log, 5 bedrooms, 1 bath, unfinished basement, coal - hot water heat. House needs updating. Private well & sewer. Zoned Conservation. Approx. 3,780’ Road Frontage. Lancaster County - East Cocalico Twp. - Cocalico School District See photos @ www.MoreAuctionInfo.com Terms: $30,000.00 deposit at auction, balance within 60 days. Open Houses: Sat., August 13 & 27, 1-3 PM or by appointment. Watch for subsequent ads or go to www.moreauctioninfo.com for list of farm equipment selling after real estate.

Abby Weiss of Lititz was named to the Abilene Christian University Spring 2022 Dean’s Honor Roll. Weiss is a junior majoring in Communication Disorders. Weiss was among more than 1,200 students named to the Spring 2022 Dean’s Honor Roll. To qualify, students must be registered for 12 or more credit hours and earn a GPA of 3.6 or higher.


945 Dogwood Dr., Reinholds, PA 17569

Nice, Flat Fields

He earned a BS degree in Business Administration: Finance. Students who received the honor Summa Cum Laude graduated with a GPA of 3.85-4.0: Students who received the honor of Magna Cum Laude graduated with a GPA of 3.65-3.84; and students who received the honor of Cum Laude graduated with a GPA of 3.50-3.64.


FRI., SEPT. 30, 2022 at 10 AM Quiet, Peaceful Setting

Clow Earns Weiss Degree Named Michael Clow of Leola, graduated Magna Cum To Dean’s Laude from the University Honor Roll of New Hampshire in May.

166 W. Reistville Rd., Myerstown, PA 17067 TRACTORS: Case IH 7240 FWD Mark 50 Edition only 6,369 Hrs. Sells w/Duals All New Rubber on 4 Rear Tires 18 Sp Pwr. Shift Trans, Triple Remotes, 3-Pt. Arms & Top Link Lg. 1,000 PTO Shaft, Full Set of 16 Suitcase Weights; Case IH Maxxum 115 FWD, 1 Owner, only 1397 Hrs.! 16 Sp Pwr. Shift Trans, Triple Remote 540/1000 PTO, 3-Pt. w/Top Link, Buddy Seat; IH 656 4,111 Orig. Hrs.; 5220 Case IH 8180 Hrs. 16 Sp Trans. w/Left Hand Shuttle, Dual Remotes; IH 674 1 Owner; Fd 4600 3 Cylinder Dsl. 1 Owner; McCormick Farmall 350 Gas, Rebuilt TA, Pwr. Steering VGC; McCormick Farmall 400 Gas, w/Pwr. Steering, TA, 6919 S Rebuilt Engine; Farmall M Gas, Good Rubber, Runs Well! FARM EQUIP: ‘12 NH FP 240 Base Unit w/Horning Krop Processor, Metalert III; ‘12 29P 9’ NH Grass Head; NH 3 Row Corn Head; Case IH 1200 6 Row Corn Planter 1 Owner only 6,453 Lifetime Ac. New Liquid Fertilizer System Installed 2 Seasons Ago, Foam Markers, Corn & Bean Plates, New Shoes, Boots & Discs, only 275 Ac.; 2 Dry Fertilizer Boxes for 1200 IH Planter, 700 lb. Capacity Ea.; 6 Yetter Fertilizer Disc Openers; Miller Pro 500BW Sprayer w/Radar System & 45’ Booms, Chemical Fill, 50 Gal. Rinse Tank. Ravens 440 Spray Controller; Esch 5512 No-Till Grain Drill w/Transport, only 4,111 Ac.; 2006 NH 185 Manure Spreader w/2 Beaters, 1 Owner; NH 166 Windrow Inverter w/Ext. & Hood, Hydraulic Drive; JD 348 Baler w/#40 Thrower, Elect. Controls; Pequea HR 1140 Haymaker Rotary Rake; Pequea 710 Hay Tedder; IH 450 Auto, 3 Bottom Plow; (3) Miller Pro 5300 Forage Wagons; NH 1411 Discbine w/Rubber Rolls, 540 PTO; Miller Pro 1060, Auger Feed Blower 540 PTO; 10’ MF Rock Flex Transport Disc w/Furrow Closer; 10’ Dunham Cultipacker; 7 Tooth Glencoe Soil Saver w/Disc Openers; (4) 16’ Hay Wagons; Country Boy Bin Wagon w/8-Ton Wenger Running Gear; Country Boy Manufacturing Bin Wagon w/8 Ton Wenger Running Gear Used for Fertilizer, Rebuilt, Poly Liner; 16’ Dump Wagon; AFS 10.5’ Hydraulic Auger; 36’ Zimmerman Bale Elevator w/Extra Paddles for Corn; 6 IH Suitcase Weights; NH 451 Sickle Bar Mower Belt Drive; Etc. SKIDLOADER & ATTACHMENTS: Gehl 4840 Skidloader 3,975 Hrs.; PBZ Quick Attach Bale Spear w/3 Prongs; Quick Attach 65” SS Material Bucket. PICKUP & TRAILER: ‘09 Chevy 2500 HD Duramax 6.6 L Allison Trans Set Up for Gooseneck 6’ Bed 6 Pass. Eco Tuner 225k Mi.; ‘06 1 Owner Sunlight Pro Stock 25’ Alum. 5th Wheel Cattle Trailer by Sundowner Trailers Inc w/Dividing Gates. MISC: 60 KW Tiger Power PTO Generator Lk. New!; Ber-Vac 8’ Snowblower 3-Pt. 540 PTO; (3) Quick Hitch Systems; 42” Fan; Old Milk Cans; Live Trap; Wooden Sleds; Honda 2500 PSI Pressure Washer; Lincoln Arc Welder, 225 Amp; Acetylene Torch w/Cart & Bottles; Coleman Powermate Vantage 7000 Generator; Floor Jack; Engine Hoist; 20 Ton Shop Press; Craftsman 17”, 16 Sp, 3/4 HP Drill Press; Table Saw; Parts Washer; Stihl MS250c Chainsaw; Stihl FS110 RX Trimmer; Grinder w/Industrial Pedestal Stand; 20 V DeWalt Tools; Roll Around Toolbox + Other Tool Boxes & Tools; Bolt Bins & Organizers; + More! NOTE: One of the finest selections of field-ready equip. to be sold at auction! Held at the Lebanon Produce Auction w/plenty of parking & great food to support local Parochial School. AUCTION ORDER: ½ hr of sm. items, then onto equip. promptly at 11 AM. TERMS: Cash, good PA Check or Credit Card (w/ 3% fee). SEE MORE INFO & PHOTOS: www.heiseyauctions.com Auction For:

Reuben O. & Joanne Martin

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

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. 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

EPHRATA, PA Member of PA & National Auctioneers Assoc.

Auction For:


14B - Wednesday, August 3, 2022 - Say You Saw It In “The Shopping News”

SALES REGISTER 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., Myerstown. 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 Ave., Leola. Super nice 3 bedroom rancher, detached 24’x24’ shop, finished basement, central A/C, good updates. Martin and Rutt Auctioneers. FRI., AUGUST 5 - 5:00 p.m. - John D. Miller Jr. Estate, 2 Poplar St., Richland. 4 bedroom 2 bath home with detached garage on .41 +/- acre lot. Heisey Auctions. SAT., AUGUST 6 - 8:30 a.m. - Marilyn V. Light Estate, 40 Little Mountain Rd., Jonestown. 2 story

“Horst Auction Center” VARIETY SALE


SATURDAY, AUG. 6, 2022 AT 9:00 A.M.

Preview Times - Friday, August 5 from 2:00 P.M. through 5:00 P.M. and Saturday, August 6 from 7:00 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 at www.horstauction.com on Friday, August 5. Sale to be held at the Horst Auction Center, 50 Durlach Rd., Ephrata, PA 17522 (The corner of Rt. 322 & Durlach Rd., approx. 21/2 miles west of Ephrata) ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES; PABST BLUE RIBBON NEON SIGN; VINTAGE POLICE MOTORCYCLE HELMETS; HARLEY DAVIDSON COLLECTIBLES; WALT DISNEY & MICKEY MOUSE COLLECTIBLES; CAST IRON; COPPER & BRASS; COCA-COLA COLLECTIBLES; CHRISTMAS & SEASONAL DECORATIONS; CHINA & GLASSWARE; POTTERY; ESTATE & COSTUME JEWELRY; LINENS & TEXTILES; ARTWORK & PRINTS; BOOKS & PAPER; TOYS; STAR WARS ACTION FIGURES; COLLECTION OF MOTORIZED AIRPLANE MODELS; HESS & WINROSS TRUCKS; MODEL TRAINS & ACCESSORIES; SPORTS CARDS & MEMORABILIA; DOLLS & STUFFED ANIMALS; STIEFF TEDDY BEARS; HOUSEHOLD GOODS; MERROW COMM. SEWING MACHINE; TOOLS; ANTIQUE TOOLS; 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.

farmhouse and shop on 5.5 +/- acre lot. Real estate at 12:00 p.m. Tractors/skid­ loader equipment, ATVs, guns, hunting and trapping, tools, antiques, collectibles and more. Joel Heisey, Auctioneer. 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. MON., AUGUST 8 10:30 a.m. - Reuben O. and Joanne Martin, 166 West Reistville Rd., Myerstown. 12 tractors, skidloader, farm equipment, tools. Joel Heisey Auctioneer.

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, collect­ ibles, household goods, tools. Horst Auctioneers. 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 Auctioneers. 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 auc­ tion. 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.

- Terre Hill Area -

PUBLIC AUCTION Valuable Real Estate

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

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.





16 E. Mohler Church Rd., Ephrata, PA 17522. From Ephrata Rt. 322 E. Left N. State St. Right E. Mohler Church Rd. to properties on left. (Ephrata Twp., Lanc. Co.)

REAL ESTATE #1: 1 sty. brick rancher w/1882 SF finished area w/eat-in kitchen w/custom cabinets & appliances, dining rm. w/bow window, living rm. w/bow window, family rm. w/sliding door to deck 14x8, 1st floor laundry & mudroom, 3 bdrms., 2 ful baths, attic, bsmt. w/utility rm., heat pump, central AC, low maintenance exterior w/insulated windows, covered front & side porches, attached 2 car garage, level 1.1 ACRE country lot w/double width paved driveway, lawn area, mature shade, professional landscaping. REAL ESTATE #2: Level 4/10 ACRE corner country building lot w/pole barn 32x24 & utility shed 32x14. Owner relocated to retirement quarters & motivated to sell! Ideally located country property w/“clean, move in” condition rancher. Well maintained, low maintenance & economical. Two separately deeded tracts sold separately. Minutes to Ephrata, Lititz & Reamstown, Rts. 272, 222 Bypass & Turnpike. Personal inspection by appointment or open house 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 Roy E. Good, Jr. Aaron Z. Nolt Curvin M. Horning 717-445-4309 Lic. #499, #2116, #5064, #3956


Esther N. Nolt (Mrs. Irwin W. Nolt) Marilyn Martin: 717-226-3526 Mary Zimmerman: 717-471-0098

.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. Call 717-314-8279 to schedule a private showing. - Appliances & Furniture Frigidaire LP cook stove; RCA refrigerator; Samsung washer; Kenmore dryer; Maytag wringer washer; galv. twin wash tubs; Buck c.i. wood stove; pot belly stove; 3 pc. full size bedroom suite; (2) oak single beds; painted dresser; extension table & 6 chairs; 2 wooden high chairs; Flexsteel leather reclining sofa w/center console; oak bookcase w/2 bottom doors; hutch; oak corner cupboard; antique wall table w/drawer; antique agate top table; (1) 4’ & (2) 6½’ wooden benches; misc. chairs. - Personal Property Master Forge SS grill; quilting frame; ice chests; agate canner; 100 cup coffee perk; ss drying pan; canning jars; green jars; Wagner c.i. fry pan; c.i. dutch oven; c.i. kettle; 5 gal. stoneware crocks & other stoneware pcs.; sad irons; milk glass water set – pitcher w/8 glasses – grape pattern; green & pink depression pcs.: cake stand, serving bowls, sugar/creamer, water set & more; few carnival pcs.; cups & saucers; salts; chicken on nest; sugar & creamer; Books: The Ephrata Mtn. Springs (Vol. 1 – 18481887); 100 Yrs. of Camera Scenes; Hillside Hook & Ladder Co. – Terre Hill; Terre Hill Past & Present – 1988; Zondervan Bible Study Books; Layman’s Bible Encyclopedia; Matthew Henry’s Bible Commentary; Doctrines of the Bible - Guns – Animal Mounts – Tools – Outdoor Related Remington Targetmaster 510 .22 bolt action & 1 other .22 rifle; (2) BB guns; Jennings Buckmaster 2000 bow; gun cleaning kit; Buck knife; 10x50 binoculars; turkey call; fishing rods; animal mounts: (Taxidermist license #TP00015) full body deer, bear head, deer heads, deer shoulder mounts, antlers, turkey, gray fox, pheasant, ducks, goose; taxidermy forms: deer, moose, bear; rawhide fleshing machine; Craftsman LT 4000 lawn mower tractor w/42” deck; 6’x8’ trailer w/side racks; alum. ext. ladder; car ramps; hand cart; shop stove; Craftsman 6” bench grinder; Delta bench bandsaw; Porter Cable portable air compressor; misc. hand tools; 10x10 pop-up canopy; corn hole game; croquet set; (4) runner sleds; LP outdoor burner; scythe. - AUCTION INFO. Join us for the Martin’s Auction. We will begin at 9:00 w/tools & outdoor related followed by household related. Guns & mounts sell at 11:00. Real Estate at 12:00. Auction held in tent – bring chairs. 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 Stand by Weaverland Valley Fire Co. Ladies. See more at Auctionzip.com ID #25403 Auctioneers: Tim Weaver, Dave Stoltzfus, Steve Schuler, Matthew Martin

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

SAT., AUGUST 13 1:00 p.m. - Calvin F. and Miriam K. Petersheim, 1273 Springville 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 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. THURS., AUGUST 18 - 6:00 p.m. - Legacy Cash Offer LLC, 4355 Stiegel Pike, Newmanstown. 5 bed­ room, 1 bath house on 1.52 +/- acre lot. LH Auctions. 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 Cam­ bridge Rd., Honey Brook. 2-1/2 story 4 bed­room farm­ house, bank barn/garage/ shop 40x46, horse barn 16x32, dog kennel, pavilion, 1-1/2 acres. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. 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. WED., AUGUST 24 - 5:00 p.m. - Javan M. and Alissa Z. Martin, 152 Boulder Hill Rd., Mohnton. 2-1/2 story 5 bedroom dwelling, attached 2 car garage, detached 2 car garage/shop 24x24, 6.6 acres partially wooded with stream. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. THURS., AUGUST 25 6:00 p.m. - Rosalee Mae Root, 11 Park St., Stevens. 3 bedroom, 1.5 bath ranch, 0.22 acre lot. Art Panne­ becker and Brad Wolf Auctioneers, Inc.


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

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: 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 Auction For:

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

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Located: 25 Green St., Myerstown, PA 17067

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. Annual Taxes: $4,058. TERM: 10% Down Day Of Sale Balance Within 45 Days. Mt. Aetna Area Real Estate SALE FOR: Aaron L. Martin

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SAT., AUGUST 27 - 8:00 a.m. - Esther N. Nolt (Mrs. Irwin W. Nolt), 16 E. Mohler Church Rd., Ephrata. Tract #1 - Country 3 bedroom brick rancher, attached 2 car garage, 1.1 acres. Tract #2 4/10 acre lot with barn and sheds. Real estate at 2:00 p.m. Vehicles, tractors, lawn/ garden, tools, antiques, paintings, toys, coins, books, furniture/appliances. Kline, Kreider and Good Auc­ tioneers. TUES., AUGUST 30 - 5:00 p.m. - Benuel K. and Lillian B. Riehl, 440 James St., Honey Brook. Investment real estate, 2-1/2 story 2 unit apartment house, 2 two bedroom rental units. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. TUES., AUGUST 30 - 6:00 p.m. - Owners of Record, 128 Black Road, Coatesville. 30+/- acre multi-parcel land auction. 4 tracts. Beiler-Campbell Auction Services. WED., AUGUST 31 Clifford H. and Cheryl L. Huber, 1040 Reading Rd., Narvon. 2 story 4 bedroom dwelling, detached 2 car garage/barn 36x26, 3/4 acre country lot. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. FRI., SEPTEMBER 2 8:30 a.m. & SAT., SEP­ TEM­BER 3 - 8:30 a.m. -

Joseph Valenti Estate, 120 Sandy Hill Rd., Denver. 2 story 3 bedroom house and detached 2 car garage, 1.5 acre level lot, 2 pasture areas, lifetime collection of nice antiques. Martin & Rutt Auctioneers. FRI., SEPTEMBER 9 4:00 p.m. - Neal T. Showalter Estate, 1210 W. Route 897, Reinholds. Country 2 story brick 3 bedroom dwelling, 2 car garage/shop, 1 acre rural lot, zero turn mower, canoes, motorcycle. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. SAT., SEPTEMBER 10 8:00 a.m. - Public Lawn, Garden and ATV Consign­ ment Auction to be held in Schoeneck. John Deere and various other makes of riding mowers, push mow­ ers, chainsaws, weedeaters, compact tractors, rototillers, ATVs and various other lawn and garden equipment items. Philip Hurst Auctions LLC. SAT., SEPTEMBER 10 8:30 a.m. - Melvin and Annie Gehman, 876 Fivepointville Rd., Stevens. 3 bedroom house, 32’x44’ 2 story barn/ shop/garage, 1-1/2 acre +/-. Real estate at 1:00 p.m. Carriage, spring wagon, tools, guns, coins, books, household goods, furniture,



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

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., 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 717-7331006 (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

I. Eugene & Janet S. Gibble 717-665-4186 www.klinekreidergood.com

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FRIDAY, AUG. 19 at 4:00 PM & SAT., AUG. 20, 2022 at 8:30 AM REAL ESTATE at 1:00 PM

Located at: 1527 Briertown Rd., East Earl, PA East Earl Twp. Lancaster Co.

antiques, glassware, peanut butter glasses. Tim Weaver Auction Service LLC. SAT., SEPTEMBER 10 - 9:00 a.m. - Herr Family Trust, 736 Mohns Hill Rd., Sinking Spring. 4 bedroom, 3 bath house and shop on 10.45 +/- acre lot. Real estate at 12:00 p.m. LH Auctions. TUES., SEPTEMBER 13 - 5:00 p.m. - Timothy W. Rohrer, 1230 Seglock Rd., Lititz. Country 1-1/2 story 4 bedroom dwelling, 2 car garage, 12x20 utility building, 2.3 acres (partial wooded). Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. SAT., SEPTEMBER 17 - 9:00 a.m. - Horst Auction Center, Ephrata. Cataloged antique auction from the collection of Trish and the late Don Herr. Horst Auctioneers. THURS., SEPTEMBER 22 - 6:00 p.m. - Kenneth H. Greider, 93 Observation Site Rd., Conestoga. 2 story 2 bedroom 2 bath brick dwelling, 2 car garage with workshop area, scenic


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.

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., 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 717-733-1006 (Lender

Susquehanna River views. Beiler-Campbell Auction Services. SAT., SEPTEMBER 24 - 9:00 a.m. - Charles L. and Dolly L. White, 468 South Farmersville Rd., Ephrata. 3 bedroom, 2 bath custom rancher with 2 car garage, .55 acre lot, new oak cabinetry kitchen, finished basement, 12’x24’ shed. Real estate at 12:00 noon. Coins, antiques, toys, snow blower, personal property. Martin and Rutt Auctioneers. FRI., SEPTEMBER 30 - 10:00 a.m. - Warren H. Jr. and Susan Martin, 945 Dogwood Dr., Reinholds. Absolute auction, farm and farm equipment, 76 acre farm. Martin’s Auction Service. FRI., OCTOBER 21 4:00 p.m. - Isaac F. Jr. and Miriam Esh, 1804 Turkey Hill Rd., East Earl. 1-1/2 story 3 bedroom rancher, 1-1/2 story barn/garage 20x30 and kennel 20x14, 1.7 acres m/l. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers.

“Horst Auction Center” PUBLIC SALE


WEDNESDAY, AUG. 10, 2022 AT 1:00 P.M.

Preview Times - Tuesday, Aug. 9 from 2:00 P.M. thru 5:00 P.M. and Wednesday, Aug. 10 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, Aug. 9. Sale to be held at the Horst Auction Center, 50 Durlach Rd., Ephrata, PA 17522 (The corner of Rt. 322 & Durlach Rd., approx. 2-1/2 miles west of Ephrata) FURNITURE - Antique, Vintage, Reproduction & Modern Incl. Bedroom, Dining Room, Living Room, Family Room, Kitchen, Office & Patio (Sets & Individual Pcs.); APPLIANCES; KITCHENWARE; CLOCKS & LAMPS; SILVER; COPPER & BRASS; CAST IRON; AGATE; TINWARE; PEWTER; WOODENWARE; CHINA & GLASSWARE; POTTERY; LG. ASSORTMENT FOLK ART REDWARE; LINENS & TEXTILES; EARLY SARAH ZIMMERMAN SAMPLER; BOOKS & PAPER; ESTATE & COSTUME JEWELRY; ARTWORK; CHRISTMAS & SEASONAL DECORATIONS; TOYS; TOOLS; LG. KOBALT S.S. MECHANICS TOOL CHEST; 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:


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






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

DIRECTIONS: From Rt. 897/322 East Earl follow Rt 322 E. 2 miles to right on Briertown Rd. to home on right. REAL ESTATE: Consists of a 1,704 sq. ft. 3-bdrm. rancher; 3-bay garage; heated shop; utility sheds & 1-acre pond! Main floor features a stunning great room w/ pine cathedral ceiling & stone fireplace; covered rear patio; custom oak cabinetry kitchen w/appliances; dining room w/HW floors; full bath; 3 bedrooms w/HW floors & closets; daylight walkout lower level includes laundry hook-up; storage area; central AC/oil furnace; 200 amp svc.; on-site well & septic; annual taxes: $5,166. Outbuildings: a 24’x32’ 3-bay garage/shop; a 20’x16’ heated shop w/ porch; several utility/wood storage sheds; a beautiful 1-ac. pond; plenty of space for pasture or gardens! OPEN HOUSE: SAT., AUG. 6 from 1-3 PM; for info call/text auctioneer @ (717) 371-3333. NOTE: A spectacular rural property, beautifully manicured grounds w/ pond & stream; numerous outbuildings ideal 5.61-acre hobby farm! Truly a “one-of-a-kind find” in eastern Lancaster Co.! For complete GUN & COIN listings, visit www.martinandrutt.com

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.

ROBERT C. & NANCY LEE DIEM 717-468-7367

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, 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:

Witman Auctioneers, Inc. Luke R. & Clarke N. Witman www.witmanauctioneers.com (717) 665-5735 • (717) 665-1300 AY 000155-L

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 House 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:

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