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National Night Out Events Held In Local Communities

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Do You Know...? Page 2A

Where In The World July Winner Page 9A Biblical Message ............. 16A Births.................................... 19A Crossword Puzzle......... 17A “Happy Birthday”.......... 19A Obituaries ............................3A Professor Beam’s “Deitsch Eck”......................6A Things To Do ................... 17A

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Shopping News Photos by Donald Reese, Crystle Eby and Kristy Firestone National Night Out community get-togethers were held in numerous towns in our area last week. National Night Out is a chance to meet first responders and community members, all while having a great time. Small towns like Schoeneck, New Holland, Akron and Reamstown all had strong community support with hundreds coming out. Shown in the photos starting top right going clockwise are: siblings Ava, Weston and Alice showing off their fire hats in New Holland; Cinder the Clown and McGruff the crime fighter greeted folks at Schoeneck; a balloon artist delights children at Schoeneck; ladies from the First Baptist Church of New Holland hand out free snow cones; some local girls sit and watch the festivities at West Earl’s celebration in Akron; members of the Martin family watch as mom Amanda demonstrates CPA as husband Jeff, and children Josie, Addie and Cassidy watch at the New Holland EMS booth; (left to right) Chief Eric Higgins, Sergeant Dawn Ray, Officer Josh Mertz pose for a selfie with a night out attendee; and finally an exuberant Nyilah is all smiles as she hangs on for dear life at the New Holland bull ride.

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Regarding the article, “Ladies Auxiliary Presents Check To E.A.S.S.” (page 13A) that ran in the Wednesday, August 3 issue of The Shopping News, an error was made in the spelling of the Commander of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Ephrata Amvets. Her name should have been listed as Kim Carson. We apologize for this error.

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The Historical Society of the Cocalico Valley, located at 237-249 West Main Street (Route 322), Ephrata, needs your help! They are hoping that Shopping News readers can provide information regarding this photo. Shown in the photo is the second grade class at Denver Elementary School, 19661967, with teacher Laura K. Garrett. If you are able to provide more details about this picture or identify the

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Due to press deadlines, some obituaries may appear in Section B. View obituaries at www.snews.com/obituaries.

Eleanor S. (Ellie) Labella, 90, Broomall, formerly of Lititz, passed away on Monday, December 27. She was the wife of the late Vincent A. Labella. She is survived by two sons: James Labella, West Chester, and Peter Labella, husband of Patty, Eliza­ bethtown; two daughters: Kathy Blank, McKinney, Texas, and Karen Labellla, wife of Pete Bartlett, Alamo, California; nine grand­ children; and eight greatgrandchildren. She was preceded in death by a grandchild. Irene S. Swavely, 100, Landis Homes, Lititz, passed away on Saturday, July 23. She was the wife of the late Guy Swavely. She is survived by a son, Robert Swavely, husband of Carolyn, Lancaster; four grandchildren; two stepgrandchildren; four greatgrandchildren; and two step-great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by a son, James Swavely. Mary S. Rauser, 92, Ephrata, passed away on Monday, July 25. She was the wife of the late John B. Rauser Sr. She is survived by a son, Tom Rauser; two daughters: Penny L., wife of Day L. Fasnacht, Ephrata, and Jana L. Rauser, Reamstown; six grandchildren; and eight

great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by two sons, Terry and Johnny. Nichole L. “Nicki” Brown, 46, wife of Kurt M. Brown, Denver, passed away on Tuesday, July 26. Besides her husband, she is survived by her parents, Ronald and Edith (Plunkert) Mummert; two daughters, Kayla M. and Kelsey L. Brown, both at home; and a brother, Brad Mummert, Centre Hall. Melvin G. Herr, 93, Lititz, passed away on Tuesday, July 26. He was the husband of the late Margaret R. Herr. He is survived by a son, Michael Herr; a daughter, Karen Shaub, wife of Denny; three grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; and a sister, Erma Zimmerman, wife of Walter. Jennifer Kay Martin, 33, New Holland, passed away on Thursday, July 28. She is survived by her parents, Reuben S. and May Lou (Sensenig) Martin, Ephrata; a brother, Randall S. Martin, at home; a sister, Mary Beth, wife of Darnell Zimmerman, Manheim; and grandparents, Adam and Mary Lou Sensenig, New Holland. Levi F. Stoltzfus, infant son of Amos and Annie Fisher Stoltzfus, Ephrata, was stillborn Friday, July 29.

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Besides his parents, he is survived by four brothers: Melvin, Samuel, Johnny and Michael; a sister, Elizabeth; grandparents: Gideon and Annie Stoltzfus, and Samuel and Sarah Fisher; and great-grand­ mother, Rebecca King. Douglas W. Hackenburg, 58, husband of Denise R. (Gill) Hackenburg, Ephrata, passed away on Saturday, July 30. Besides his wife, he is survived by four daughters: Selena M. Adams; Kirsten R. Hackenburg; Lauren Traxler; and Paula McCoy. Martha J. Van Cisco, 79, wife of Donald M. Van Cisco, Lititz, passed away on Sunday, July 31. Besides her husband, she is survived by two sons: Donald E. Van Cisco, Manheim, and Michael M., husband of Stephanie

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Sarah, Leola; a daughter, Julie L. Carlson, wife of Robert, Lititz; three grandchildren; and a brother, Charles Lichty, husband of Julie, York. Laura (Martin) Weaver, 83, wife of Frank N. Weaver, Narvon, passed away on Sunday, July 31. Besides her husband, she is survived by four sons: Gilbert, husband of Karen Weaver, Carpenter, Wyom­ ing; Kevin, husband of Joyce Weaver, Richland; Wayne, husband of Esther Weaver, Honey Grove; and Frank Nevin, husband of Kristina Weaver, Narvon; two daughters: Rosalyn, wife of Glenn Wenger, Richfield, and Lorelle Weaver, Tulia, Texas; 50 grandchildren; 96 greatgrandchildren; two brothers: Willis Martin, Nottingham, and Raymond, husband of Elva Martin, New Holland; and two sisters: Arlene Weaver, Ephrata, and Lydia Kurtz, Ephrata. (Continued On Page 4A)

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The Historical Society of the Cocalico Valley (HSCV) announces that their next educational program titled, “Court Cavalier Anna Thoma” will be held Wednesday, August 24 at 7:00 p.m. at Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, 167 East Main Street, Ephrata. Ephrata Cloister Visitor Service Associate, Lydia Jones, will present an enlightening story about Anna Thoma’s monastic life at Conrad Beissel’s settlement and her contributions as hymn writer and singer. This program is open free to the public. Parking lot and entrance in the rear alley. For more information, visit the society’s website at www.cocalicovalleyhs.org or call 717-733-1616. Mark your calendars for these upcoming HSCV events: • Wednesday, September 21 – Join them on their front lawn for the Ephrata parade! • Wednesday, October 26 – “The Myths of the PA Dutch, Amish, Mennonite & Anabaptist Cultures”

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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. • Tuesday, August 9, 10:00 a.m. – Toddler Time. Todd­ lers 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 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. • Wednesday, August 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. • Thursday, August 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 remem­ ber to apply sunscreen and to bring a towel and a change of clothing. Ages 2-7. • 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. Gar­ den­ing tips and techniques will be discussed. Ages 1012. • Tuesday, August 9, 4:30 p.m. - 1000 Books Before Kindergarten Celebration. Children 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+.

• Wednesday, August 10, 10:30 a.m. – Introduction to Gmail. Participants will be able to understand and correctly use email vocabulary; identify and evaluate different types of email servers for personal and business purposes; set up an account, create and send emails, attach a file and open attachments, forward and reply to emails; and manipulate settings in Gmail to suit their purposes. Registration required. Funded through a grant from the Pennsylvania Depart­ ment of Labor & Industry. • Wednesday, August 10, 1:00 p.m. – Graphic Design with Canva. Make your messages pop with Canva, a popular graphic design website that allows you to easily create eye-catching social media posts, invitations, posters and more! Learn how to create your own projects and utilize Canva’s design tools in this introductory class. Pre­ requisites: Functional know­ ledge of computers and web tools, personal email. Ages 18+.

• Wednesday, August 10 & 24, 1:00 p.m. – Dealer’s Choice Card Club. All their cards are on the table. Be social and join them for a fun afternoon of card games. Coffee and snacks will be provided. For seniors. • Wednesday, August 10, 3:00 p.m. - Water, Water Everywhere? Here in southeastern Pennsylvania we don’t question access to safe, drinkable water. Library youth will discover the relative amounts of water in various reservoirs on Earth and play a follow-up game to discover how much of that water is safe and accessible for drinking in other areas of the world. The

closing activity, a watercarrying relay, will illustrate the struggle to carry water any distance and help children to appreciate challenges in the lives of their peers globally. This MS4 program is sponsored by Ephrata Borough, Ephrata Township, Clay Township and Akron Borough. Ages 6-12. • Wednesday, August 10, 3:00 p.m. – Library eSports Open House. Interested in learning more about the Ephrata Library’s eSports team? Stop in at the open house to learn more about the team, games and all the fun the “Ephrata Library Ninjas” team is having! Ages 11-18. • Thursday, August 11, 4:00 p.m. - Tween Gamers Club. Join the library for some relaxation and video games on their Nintendo Switch! Feel free to bring any multiplayer (4 or more players) games you wish to share with the group. Ages 10-12. • Saturday, August 13, 11 a.m. – Library Birthday Bash. Look who’s turning 60! They’ll have cake, presents (for you) and lots of

birthday fun. Celebrate the library’s 60th with them! All ages. • Monday, August 15, 6:00 p.m. – Whip It Up Cookbook Club. Join them monthly as they delve into a cookbook and explore the chef(s), the ingredients, the tastes, the culture, the fun and the camaraderie. Look for this month’s cookbook behind the circulation desk. Sign up list is at the circulation desk. Ages 18+. • Tuesday, August 16, 1:00 p.m. – Introduction to Photo Editing with Pixlr. Learn basic photo editing tech­ niques in Pixlr, an image editing website that offers a wide variety of editing tools for free! They will learn about color correction, cropping, spot healing and more. Prerequisites: Function­al knowledge of computers and web tools, personal email. Ages 18+. • Tuesday, August 16, 6:30 p.m. - Concerts by the Creek: Start Making Sense. Join them in Ephrata’s Grater Park for this free, all-ages concert featuring Start Making Sense. Food trucks will be on-site. Sponsored by Ephrata Borough.

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Rotary Club Recognizes Students Achievements

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

(Originally published in the April 3, 1985 issue of The Shopping News) Oschdre By Russell W. Gilbert Bei uns daheem Wu waxe Beem Schier himmelschoch, Mir schtrewe nooch. Im Summersgrie Mir biege Gnie Uff sanfder Grund Un bede gsund.

Shopping News Photo by Donald Reese The Denver-Ephrata Area Rotary Club recognized Max Hershey of Denver as a recent Cocalico High School Student of the Month. Max is the son of Gregory and Ashley Hershey. He is a senior at Cocalico High School where he challenges himself in academics and athletics. Max has served as captain of the soccer and tennis teams, while earning Academic All-Star honors and participating in National Honor Society. He is a member of Trinity United Methodist Church in Denver and has helped to raise funds for community families in need as well as volunteering at the Denver Fair. Max


Uns Schuld veryaag! O liewi Zeit, Bring Freed uns heit!

Wann Winder kummt On’s Grie verschtummt, Watt laut mei Mund In Goddesbund.

plans to study engineering at the University of Delaware and participate in their AFROTC program. Shown in the photo,

Easter At our home Where trees Nearly reach the heavens, We strive upward.

Im Hatz ken Angscht, Weil Gott Du langscht Mer Lewesbrot In greeschder Not.

In summer’s green We bend our knees Upon gentle soil And offer sound prayer.

Mit Oschdre siegt Wer Mensch mol wiegt, Der Schtee rollt weck, Fatt Dodesschreck.

When winter comes And green turns silent, My lips speak In God’s covenant.

O scheener Daag,

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With Easter He who Will some day judge mankind conquers; The stone rolls away, Gone the terror of death. O beautiful day, Cast out our guilt! O lovely season, Bring us joy today!

*** The poem Oschdre by Professor Russell W. Gilbert, Emeritus Professor of German at Susquehanna University in Selinsgrove, Snyder County was written on Easter, April 18, 1976. Russell Gilbert is now in his 79th year. We are most grateful to him for permission to use this poem in this Eck. In the notes which Dr. Gilbert has appended to Oschdre, he observes that the words verschtummt (silent) and Mund (mouth) are rare today in our Mudderschprooch. He also

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College News Olivet Nazarene Dean’s List

The following students from the local area achieved Dean’s List status at Olivet Nazarene University for the spring 2022 semester. • Ashley Parry of New Holland • Kyle Weeks of Narvon To qualify for inclusion on the Dean’s List, a student must have been enrolled as a full-time undergraduate student and must have attained a semester grade point average of 3.50 or higher on a 4.00 grading scale.

9 Slippery Rock Dean’s List

Slippery Rock University (SRU) has announced its Dean’s List for the spring 2022 semester. The Dean’s


List consists of SRU undergraduate students who earned an adjusted semester grade-point average of 3.5 or higher, based on a schedule of at least 12 newly attempted and earned credits. The following students from the local area made the Dean’s List: • Leanne Digman of Denver • Aubree High of Ephrata • Amelia Risser of Lititz • Julia Snader of Denver

9 Alvernia University Graduates

Over 670 students earned associate, bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degrees from Alvernia University during the 2021-22 academic year. Graduates from August 2021, December 2021 and May 2022 celebrated by walking across the stage on May 14, 2022 at the Physical Education Center on Alvernia’s main campus. The university celebrated in person with 450 graduates over two commencement


points out that the singular form Angscht, which he uses, is less commonly used than the plural form Engschde. Gilbert has chosen to employ the form siegt (to conquer, gain the victory), but he notes that siecht may be the more usual form. In this 1985 Easter season, we greet our colleague Dr. Russell W. Gilbert of Sieleschteddel! Since Easter is early this year, we very much doubt that our deitscher Schtrohhut will have thawed out by this first week in April, still we wave it in salute toward Selinsgrove - icicles and all! Der dritt Abrill 1985 Yuscht en Bischli-Gnippli vun der Millerschtadt

ceremonies. The College of Health Sciences and the College of S.T.E.A.M. graduates were celebrated at 9:30 a.m. and the College of Business, Communication and Leadership and the College of Humanities, Education and Social Sciences graduates were celebrated at 2:30 p.m. Congratulations to the members of the Class of 2022: • Amber Aungst of Denver earned their Bachelor of Arts degree • Jhenny Carpio of Ephrata earned their Bachelor of Science degree • Lindsay Eberly of Denver earned their Bachelor of Science and Master of Science in Occupational Therapy degree • Taylor Geiss of Ephrata earned their Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree • Madison Grimwood of Stevens earned their Associate of Science degree • Erin Hare of Denver earned their Master of Business Administration degree • Allysa Hirneisen of Denver earned their Bachelor of Arts degree • Megan Mack of Denver earned their Associate of Science degree • Samantha Marino of Denver earned their Doctor of Physical Therapy degree • Kailynn Martin of Reinholds earned their Master of Arts degree • Marissa Martin of Lititz earned their Bachelor of Science and Master of Science in Occupational Therapy degree

Sechrist Named To Dean’s List

• Melissa PrestashReinhold of Adamstown earned their Bachelor of Science degree • Trent Rider of Leola earned their Bachelor of Science degree • Noah Rogers of Lititz earned their Associate of Science degree • Colin Rothweiler of Ephrata earned their Master of Business Administration degree • Alesha Capogna of Ephrata earned their Master of Education degree • Mary Gonzalez of Denver earned their Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree • Amanda Page of Reinholds earned their Bachelor of Science degree

The following students were named to the Dean’s Honor List at Cedarville University for spring 2022. This recognition requires the student to obtain a 3.75 GPA or higher for the semester and carry a minimum of 12 credit hours. • Selena Gerlach Lititz • Adam Hershey New Holland • Evan Lyon Lititz • Kimiye Wenger Lititz

9 Grove City College Graduates

The following local residents were among 547 who received degrees from Grove City College on Saturday, May 14. • Grace Dalavai of Ephrata • Kelly Martin of Denver

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Lititz Public Library Events For more information on any of the following programs happening at the Lititz Public Library, please call 717-626-2255 or email register@lititzlibrary.org. • Summer Reading Program - Oceans of Possibilities. Now through Saturday, August 13 for children and teens (ages 0-19). Now through Thursday, September 1 for adults

(ages 18+). Online registration online through the library’s website for children and teens or stop by the library to pick up your reading log for children/teens and reading challenge for adults. • Morning Yoga - Every 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. • 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 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

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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 Discussion 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 - Wednesday, 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; 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.



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Gockley Elected President Of Firemens Association Former Lancaster County Emergency Management Director, Randall Gockley, was recently elected President of the Lancaster County Firemens Assn. (LCFA). The organization, formed in 1921, provides support for the 75 Lancaster County fire companies and over 2000 firefighters in the County. Gockley served 30 years as the EMA Director for the County of Lancaster. He is also a 49-year firefighter with the Lincoln

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What Parents Can Do To Help Kids As The First Day Of Kindergarten Draws Near

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The average student likely spends more time at school and participating in extra­ curricular activities with classmates than he or she does at home. In close proximity to so many peers, it may seem like making friends would be a snap. However, some students have trouble connecting and can use a little push to make friends. The family and parenting resource Parenting Science notes that research indicates that the most popular children are those who exemplify certain traits. These traits include being caring; a willingness to share; a willingness to offer help; and strong verbal skills. Children who embrace these traits may prove better at making friends. Parents may find that youngsters need some encouragement to build their social circles, and the following are some ways parents can offer that encouragement. • Encourage kids to seek out someone on their own. It may be challenging to walk up to a group and introduce yourself. Encourage stu­ dents to seek out someone who is alone and then strike up a conversation, which can be less intimidating than approaching a group. Emphasize to kids that other students may also be a little shy and looking to make friends. • Practice conversation starters at home. Children can work with their parents to come up with topics that can help foster communi­ cation. These can include

ice breakers and common interests, such as favorite television shows or video games. • Teach kids approachable body language. Wearing earbuds or exhibiting negative body language, such as crossed arms or avoiding eye contact, can make a person seem less approachable. Smiling, engaging in conversation and being friendly can make it easier to make friends. • Ask teachers to help. The education resource Under­ stood says teachers can give children respon­sibilities, such as the opportunity to hand out snacks or papers, which can build confidence and provide opportunities for kids to converse with their peers. • Help children be active listeners. An active listener is someone who makes it clear that he or she is paying attention. Making eye contact, orienting the body toward the speaker and making relevant verbal responses are some active listening strategies that can help kids more fully engage with their peers. Feeling valued and listened to may encourage other children to be more friendly and en­ gaging. • Ask open questions. The social networking advise­ ment site Young Scot suggests having students ask open questions, such as: “How was your summer?” or “What sports do you like to play?” These types of questions can kick-start indepth conversations. • Join a team or club. Students often make friends in social or extracurricular settings, such as on a sports team. With a shared interest, it’s easy to find topics to discuss.




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Miles found that 87 percent of kids who would be considered to have packed schedules were perfectly happy unless they were doing more than four hours a day. The “over-scheduling hy­ poth­esis” may be overhyped. This is the concern that too much organized activity participation leads to poor developmental outcomes. This hypothesis also suggests that hectic schedules also undermine

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family functioning, detract from schoolwork and possibly increase the risk of copycat behaviors and excessive competitiveness. However, in the study “The Over-Scheduling Hypothesis Revisited: Intensity of Organized Activity Partici­ pation During Adolescence and Young Adult Outcomes,” researchers J.L. Mahoney and Andrea Vest determined

that, controlling for demo­ graphic factors and baseline adjustment, extracurricular intensity was a significant predictor of positive out­ comes and unrelated to indicators of problematic adjustment (e.g., psycho­ logical distress, substance use, antisocial behavior) at young adulthood. Even though extra­ curricular activities are largely positive — even when schedules are packed — parents need to be aware of the diminishing returns of too many activities. This is something called the “threshold effect.” Benefits from extracurriculars can level off when too many activities are being juggled. If a child is experiencing anxiety, sleeplessness or depression, or seems overly stressed, it could be time to reduce students’ time spent doing structured activities. It’s essential that families use the cues given by kids to assess what students can handle. And children should be encouraged to be honest with their parents about their extracurricular activities as well.

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Get Your Home Organized For A Successful Year Breakfast When your carefree summer comes to an end, getting the family ready to go back to school can seem a little daunting. Establishing a routine will help students kick off the new school year and reduce stress for the whole family. Going back to school is a pivotal time for children and families across the country. Get your home and life organized to ensure the transition is smooth and the school year is the best yet. With that in mind, try these tips to help beat the back to school blues and ensure an A+ performance year-round. • Eliminate clutter: Desig­ nate a specific location to store school papers and materials. This will keep

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An Apostle According to the Faith By Pastor Ricky Kurth In his epistle to young Pastor Titus, the Apostle Paul spoke of his apostleship in a unique way, saying, “Paul…an apostle… according to the faith of God’s elect…” (Titus 1:1)

What could Paul have meant when he said that he was made an apostle “according to the faith of God’s elect?” Well, the word “elect” means chosen, of course. When we have an election, we choose a candidate to be our leader. And when it comes to God’s elect, even the Lord’s enemies knew that He was God’s chosen (Lu. 23:35). You yourself became part of God’s elect when you believed the gospel and God placed you “in Christ” (I Cor. 1:30). That’s how it has always worked, in every dispensation. Isaiah identified the Lord Jesus as God’s elect (Isa. 42:1 cf. Mt. 12:18,19),

but later identified believers in Israel as God’s elect (65:9,22). But when Paul said that he’d been made an apostle according to the faith of God’s elect, that can’t be talking about the faith that we put in Christ to become part of the elect. Our faith didn’t come along until long after Paul was made an apostle, so he couldn’t have been made an apostle according to that faith. Whatever faith he’s talking about here, it must have existed before Paul was an apostle, and he was made an apostle according to it. Here it helps to remember that the phrase “the faith”

can refer to a body of truth, as it does when Paul and Barnabas “returned again to Lystra, and to Iconium, and Antioch…exhorting them to continue in the faith” (Acts 14:21,22). We see this same definition of the phrase “the faith” when Paul later helped some churches become “established in the faith” (Acts 16:5). In these verses “the faith” clearly referred to the body of truth given to Paul. That’s the thing in which believers should be established, and that’s the thing in which they need to continue, as those verses— and others—insist (cf. Rom. 16:25; Acts 13:43, I Tim. 4:16, II Tim. 3:14). And that’s what the phrase



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“the faith” means in Titus 1:1 as well. The body of truth that was given to Paul existed in the mind of God before the world began, and Paul was made an apostle according to it. That is, he was made an apostle to reveal that faith and preach it, and make known that body of truth. Paul calls it “the faith which should afterwards be revealed” (Gal. 3:23) because while it existed in the mind of God before the world began, he says that God “manifested His word through preaching, which is committed unto me” (Titus 1:3). It is the message of God’s grace, and it is the reason Paul wrote that he had “received grace

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and apostleship, for obedience to the faith among all nations” (Rom. 1:5). Have you been obedient to the faith, and “obeyed from the heart that form of doctrine which was delivered you” through Paul (Rom. 6:17)? Paul says that God will impute His very own righteousness to us “if we believe on Him that raised up Jesus our Lord from the dead; “Who was delivered for our offences, and was raised again for our justification” (Romans 4:24,25). “Believe on the Lord Jesus Christ, and thou shalt be saved” (Acts 16:31).

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THURS., AUGUST 11 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. THURS., AUGUST 11 Real Life Community Services is holding Thinking Thursday, from 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., at Lighthouse Community Center, 239 Main St., Denver. FRI., AUGUST 12 & SAT., AUGUST 13 Stevens Fire Company, 91 Stevens Rd., Stevens, will hold a Tractor Pull Weekend. Friday night at 7:00 p.m. with classic tractors, and Saturday morning at 9:00 a.m. with antique tractors. For more info., call 717336-4200. SAT., AUGUST 13 Coleman Memorial Chapel, 1980 Furnace Hills Pike, Lititz, will hold a Pop Your Truck Food and Diaper Drive, from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon. Everything collected will go to the Lititz Community Chest. SAT., AUGUST 13 - Lititz Rotary Craft Show. 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Main Street, Broad Street and Lititz Springs Park. SAT., AUGUST 13 Delaware Valley Golden

Retriever Rescue will hold its monthly “Meet & Greet the Goldens” from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon at its Golden Gateway facility at 60 Vera Cruz Rd., Reinholds. No admission charge. For more info., call 717-4844799. SAT., AUGUST 13 - The Men’s Brotherhood at St. John’s U.C.C. will be holding their Steak Sandwich Sale, from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. (or while supplies last) at 659 South 4th St., Denver. There is a cost. Proceeds benefit local ministries and community services. SAT., AUGUST 13 - 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 13 - The Ephrata-Reading Elks, 170 Akron Rd., Ephrata, will hold Game Night, 7:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. All welcome. Kitchen is open. For more info., call 717-738-0920. SUN., AUGUST 14 - The Ladies Auxiliary of the Ephrata Amvets will hold a Cash Bingo at 614 South State St., Ephrata. Doors open at 1:00 p.m. Bingo starts at 2:00 p.m. SUN., AUGUST 14 Music in the Grove featuring “Rick Lee and Potter Clay” will be held at St. John Center Lutheran Church, 599 Reading Rd., East Earl, from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. All ages event. Bring lawn chairs. Refreshments avail­ able.

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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.musiconthe mountain.net. SAT., AUGUST 20 - “Fun In The Son!” will be hosted by Ephrata United Zion Church and New Life Fellowship from 2:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. at 408 East Fulton St., Ephrata. Open to the community. There is no cost. A free meal will be provided, juggling shows, candy drop, barrel train ride, (Continued On Page 18A)


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bounce house, pie eating contest and much more. SAT., AUGUST 20 Harvest Fellowship, 34 West Church St., Stevens, will hold a Pulled Pork Drive Thru Dinner, from 10:00 a.m. until sold out. There is a cost. All proceeds benefit Harvest Blessings Center in Kenya. 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 featuring 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.


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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 Real Life Community Services will hold Thinking Thursdays, from 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., at Lighthouse Community Center, 239 Main St., Denver. 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 Summer Fest. State Champ­

ionship BBQ Cook-Off in New Holland Community Park. SAT., AUGUST 27 - 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. SUN., AUGUST 28 Music in the Grove featuring “Tim and Kim Craven” 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. THURS., SEPTEMBER 1 - Real Life Community Services will hold Bingo Night, from 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at Lighthouse Community Center, 239 Main St., Denver. THURS., SEPTEMBER 1 - Ephrata Community Meals will be held at Trinity Lutheran Church, 167 East Main St., Ephrata. Doors open at 5:30 p.m. Meal served at 6:00 p.m. Dine-in only. For more info., call Tina at 484-798-0155. FRI., SEPTEMBER 2 Real Life Community Services will hold a First Friday Food Drive, from 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m., at Warehouse 916, behind the Declaration House in Denver. FRI., SEPTEMBER 2 Blue Ball Days. 4:00 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Car show, food, music and fireworks.

Sponsored by Garden Spot Fire Rescue. SAT., SEPTEMBER 3 A Chicken BBQ to benefit PA Canine Search & Rescue will be held from 9:00 a.m. to ? at two locations: Horst Farm Market, 640 Reading Rd., East Earl, and Weaver’s Store, 1011 Dry Tavern Rd., Denver. Legs, halves and dinners are available. SAT., SEPTEMBER 3 Real Life Community Services will hold Anchored Ministries, from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. at the Declaration House parking lot. SAT., SEPTEMBER 3 The Ephrata American Legion, 300 Cocalico St., Ephrata, will host Labor Day Weekend Bingo. Doors open at 4:00 p.m. Bingo starts at 6:30 p.m. There is a cost. For more info., call J.R. at 717-271-1492. SAT., SEPTEMBER 3 Celebration of America will be held at Oregon Dairy, 1289 Creek Rd., Lititz. Join the Manheim Township Police Department and Oregon Dairy in celebrating America from 1:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. with a flag retirement ceremony from 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. There will be music, food, a charity silent auction, and representation from veteran and patriotic organizations, as well as military reenactments. There is a cost for tickets. All proceeds will be donated to Fort Mifflin.

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Dog Park Receives Donation

Births FETTER, Nicholas, and Lauren Maxwell, Lititz, a son, at WellSpan Ephrata Community Hospital. CHRISTENSON, Chris J. and Laura (Stadley), Ephrata, a son, at Women & Babies Hospital. COTARLA, Michael A. and Gloria (Grigorutsa), Lititz, a son, at Women & Babies Hospital. DE JESUS SANTOS, Danilo, and Nicole Matias da Silva, Denver, a son, at Women & Babies Hospital. FREED, Nicole, and Jonathan Byers, Lititz, a daughter, at Women &

Ephrata Unleashed Dog Park recently received $2,500 from Walmart that will help to cover the cost of signage and benches. Walmart supports and invests in communities where their approximately

2.3 million associates live and work around the world. “The Ephrata Unleashed Dog Park committee and Mainspring of Ephrata are grateful to the Foundation to help make this dog park something great for our community.”

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Babies Hospital. KING, Eli and Dorothy (Stoltzfus), Ephrata, a daughter, at home. KING, Melvin and BarbiEda (Stoltzfus), Narvon, a son, at home. MARTIN, James and Catherine (Fox), Mohnton, a son, at home. MARTIN, Jamie and Martha, East Earl, a daughter, at UPMC Lititz. NOLT, Isaac and Arlene (Martin), New Holland, a son, at home. NOLT, Michael L. and Courtney M. (Martin), East Earl, a son, at home. POLLOCK, Sarah, and Jason M. Bryan, Lititz, a son, at Women & Babies Hospital. REIFF, Lingers H. and

Barbaranne W. (Martin), Denver, a daughter, at home. ROBINETTE, Joshua and Gabriella, Stevens, a son, at Women & Babies Hospital. SENSENIG, Nelson and Susan (Nolt), Narvon, a daughter, at UPMC Lititz. SHIRK, Curvin N. and Etta H. (Burkholder), Ephrata, a daughter, at home. STOLTZFOOS, Levi and Sarah (Glick), Leola, a daughter, at home. WEAVER, Kevin H. and Elsie H. (Reiff), East Earl, a daughter, at home. ZOOK, Jeremy and Sheena (King), New Holland, a son, at Birth Care & Family Health Services, Bart. ZOOK, Jordan and Miranda (Esh), Denver, a son, at home.

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Summer Reading con­ tinues 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! program that gets you outside exploring! Events with no location listed will be at the library at 110 W. Main Street in Adamstown. Pick up a summer reading packet at the library to get started or register for prizes and events at www. adamstownarealibrary.org. On Saturday, August 27, the library will hold its 8th Annual Hit the Links for the Library Golf Tournament at Manor Golf Course. Pro­ ceeds from this event benefit the library. Registration and sponsorship are open through Monday, August 15. Please visit AdamstownArea Library.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. Wed­ nesdays, August 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


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Wednesday, August 10, 2022 • Volume LVII, No. 18

Cocalico Valley VFW Post 3376 Installs Officers

Cocalico Valley VFW Post 3376, “The Ephrata VFW,” installed the Officers for the 2022-2023 year. The Post is extremely proud to announce they will be recognized as an All-State and All-American Post for

the 2021-2022 year, which means they met or exceeded a list of challenging criteria from the VFW Department of Pennsylvania and National VFW. Post 3376 is looking forward to another successful year serving all

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, August 9, 16, 23, 30. from 11:30 a.m. to 5:00 (Continued On Page 2B)

Where In The World Contest Winner

Would you like to win $50 next month? Enter The Shopping News “Where In The World” contest! As always, we’ve received many interesting entries this month and it was difficult to pick a winner. There were entries from North Bend (Pennsylvania), Ohio, Wyoming, Washington State and more!

The winner for the month of July, shown in the photo above, is Ed Shirk of Ephrata, who is shown at Urquhart Castle at Loch Ness Lake outside of Inverness, Scotland. He chose to receive his $50 gift card to Gus’s Keystone Family Restaurant. Could the next winner be you? Once a month one

winner will be selected and they will receive a $50 gift card from any regular Shopping News advertiser of their choice as their prize. To read all of the contest criteria and get an entry form, see page 9A. Check out our Facebook page in the near future to see all of the entries we have received to date!

Veterans, Military members and their families and the community. Shown in the photo, from left to right, are Dennis Steininger, Post 3376 Trustee; Michelle Kline, Post 3376 Adjutant;

Shopping News Photo by Donald Reese Randy Rice, Post 3376 Sr. Jr. Vice Commander; Amy Vice Commander; (seated) MacKenzie, Post 3376 Dwayne MacKenzie, Post Quartermaster; Tim Prouse, 3376 Commander; Tom Post 3376 Chaplain; and Butts, Post 3376 Trustee; Mike Miller, Post 3376 Michael Aversa, Post 3376 Trustee.

“Pieces From The Past” - Featuring The Lititz Historical Foundation

Shopping News Photo by Donald Reese “Pieces From The Past” continues this week, featuring the Lititz His­ torical Foundation. In this weekly article, Shopping News readers will learn about local items housed in local museums and historical societies. Beck Artists Julius Augustus Beck (1831-1917) • Abraham Reincke Beck (1833-1928) • Martin Augustus Beck (1866-1961) These three Beck artists, who created paintings and sculptures, are represented in one room at the Lititz Historical Foundation. Julius was born in Lititz, the son of John and Johanna Beck. He received his initial education at his father’s Academy for Boys. During the 1850s, Julius studied sculpting in Europe with Thomas Crowl and Hiram Powers. He continued to pursue sculpting after his return, and one of his portrait busts is displayed in the southwest corner. His most recognizable sculpture is the Lion’s Head in Lititz Springs Park. J.A. was also a talented painter. Some of his landscape watercolors are displayed on the south and west walls in the

Historical Foundation. He also painted portraits of many prominent Pennsyl­ vanian and national figures. Abraham Reincke Beck, a younger brother, followed in his father’s profession as an educator. He taught at Nazareth Hall from 1855 to 1857 and returned to his father’s school as a teacher

later that year. When his father retired from teaching in 1865, Abraham and his wife continued the Beck Family School for Boys on South Broad Street from 1865 to 1895. His work as an educator included a broad curriculum. Abraham Beck also continued with (Continued On Page 2B)

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p.m. at the library. • Teen SummerZine – Tuesday, August 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 – Wednesday, August 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. • 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. • Save, Spend & Share with Mid Penn Bank – Wednesday, August 10 at 10:00 a.m. What are you going to do with all those coins in your piggy bank? Join the library for fun games, snacks, and activities on Financial Literacy. Ages 5-10. • Last Day of Summer Reading – Saturday, August 13. Last day to hand in Summer Reading Logs and receive your fabulous prizes! The library will be open until 2:00 p.m. • Teen Take and Make Packet Pickup (Suncatcher Picture) – Monday, August 15, while supplies last. Get creative with their ready-to-

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go kits! Check on the third Monday of each month to see what you can learn to make with just a few simple materials, provided to you at no cost, and a few easy instructions. Supplies are limited, so stop by to claim your bag today! • Blue Zones – Tuesday, August 16 at 6:00 p.m. Join Nutritionist Kilene Knitter, MS, RD, LDN to learn about Blue Zones, which are areas of the world where people live longer than average. They’ll discuss their secrets to enjoying a high-quality of life and lower rates of heart disease, diabetes, and dementia. Kilene will demo a simple and delicious recipe at the end of the presentation too! For adults and teens.

Colors” by Airlie Anderson hanging on the inside of the fence. Scan the QR code survey on the last page for a chance to win a Dave’s Diner Gift Certificate. • Hit the Links for the Library Golf Tournament - Saturday, August 27 at Manor Golf Course, 153 Bran Road, Sinking Spring. Registration: 12:30 p.m. Shotgun Start: 1:30 p.m. Dinner to follow. There is a cost per person and includes: golf & cart, driving range, greens fees, lunch, water, tea, beer, soda & snacks, free future golf round, dinner, and prizes. Proceeds benefit the Adamstown Area Library. To register, email the library at: info@ adamstown.lib.pa.us or visit adamstownarealibrary. org/8th-annual-golftournament/ for more information.

• Adamstown Pool Storytime and Book Checkout – Wednesday, August 17 at 1:00 p.m. at Adamstown Pool. What better way to take a break from swimming than listening to a fun story? Join Miss Jess at the Pool Pavilion. Bring your library card along to check out some books. Pool entrance fee at discount rate or (Continued From Page 1B) his own interest in art. His membership required. oil painting shown in this • Ocean Animal Scavenger photo, “The Halbedier,” Hunt - All Summer in the done in 1910, is on the west woods behind the library. wall. Tell the Librarian how Martin August Beck, one many you found for a prize. of Julius Beck’s four sons, An extra surprise: Read the followed his father’s love of story on the window for art. Several examples of his some more fun! watercolors, sketches, and • StoryWalk at oil paintings are on the north Adamstown Community and east walls. His portrait Pool – Do you need a break of his father, Julius A. Beck from swimming? Enjoy is on the west wall with his the interactive book “Cat’s father’s paintings. The Lititz Historical Foundation opens for the 2022 season on Fridays and Saturdays from 11:00 a.m.to 5:00 p.m. during April and May, and full-time after Memorial Day from 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Saturday. For more information, call 717-6274636.


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• Dr. Seuss Birdhouse - Dr. Seuss wants to give you a new book! Place 50 cents or more into the Dr. Seuss birdhouse and fill out a ticket with your name, age, and phone number to win. Drawings will take place every two weeks on Mondays. The beautiful birdhouse was created and generously donated by local artist Anne Treadwell and is on display downstairs in the Children’s Library. • Park City Diner & Knight and Day Diner - If you eat at the Park City Diner (884 Plaza Blvd., Lancaster, PA 17601) or the Knight and Day Diner (3140 Lititz Pike Lititz, PA. 17543), 10% of what you spend will be donated to the library. When checking out, just tell the cashier you would like to donate your sale to the Eastern Lancaster County Library (ELANCO). • Amazon Charity Wishlist - Support the ELANCO Library by purchasing an item from their Amazon Charity Wishlist! Municipal and state funding covers only 40% of their annual budget. They are responsible for raising the other 60%. Purchasing an item from this list helps stretch their dollars farther! They have books, office supplies, craft supplies, and other items on their list. Visit https:// elancolibrary.org/donate/ to contribute.

Adamstown Baseball Vouchers Available Got the summertime craving for some baseball, peanuts, and crackerjacks? The Adamstown Area Library has just the ticket as it’s currently giving away vouchers that can be redeemed for a ticket to the Friday, August 12 Barnstormers game at 6:30 p.m. Library Director Carolyn Reiste said that the game vouchers were made possible due to Cocalico taking over the Barnstormers for Cocalico Community Night, which resulted in over 200 tickets being given to the library to give out to Summer From Minor Tune-Ups to Major Repairs!


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We have a huge inventory of parts and equipment, which allows us to provide specialized services right away!

Reading participants. These special ticket holders will have the opportunity to walk around with Cylo before the game, do a high five tunnel with the players and stand with the players for the National Anthem. One lucky reader will win the opportunity to throw the first pitch! Anyone without a voucher can purchase a ticket at the stadium.

The Adamstown Area Library is located at 110 West Main Street in Adamstown. Their hours are Monday through Thursday, 9:30 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.; Friday, 9:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.; and Saturday, 9:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. The Library is closed on Sundays. For more info, call the Library at 717-484-4200.

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4B - Wednesday, August 10, 2022 - Say You Saw It In “The Shopping News”

Everybody’s Marketplace FOR SALE: Country Pit Beef, owned for 18 years and looking to retire. If interested in being your own boss, please call 717FOR SALE: Custom built re-­ placement windows and 314-0647. doors. Professional installa-­ tion. Call Ronafa Window & FOR SALE: Glass craft Door, 717-733-7534 or visit blocks, ready for you to fill our showroom at 400 W. with decorations. $4 each. Main St, Ephrata in the Eph-­ 610-533-0049. rata Business Complex. Thank You!

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. FOR SALE: Portable room Main St, Ephrata in the Eph-­ air conditioner, 14,000 rata Business Center. Thank BTU, like new, $425. Call You! 717-354-9661, New Hol-­ land. FOR SALE: Futon, solid pine, 8” thick mattress high quality-type, always covered, smoke-free home, rarely (if) used, $300. 717-989-0519. FOR SALE: General Electric kitchen range, white, new, used very little, $475. Call 717-354-7869.

FOR SALE: Flags, flag-­ poles, bunting, flag cases, lapel pins, hats, garden flags, eagles, brackets, etc. American Flag Shoppe, near Adamstown. Our American flags are made in America! 717484-1183.

FOR SALE: Nice Koi fish, dif-­ ferent sizes/color. Price var-­ ies, helps clean your pond. Paul Hoover, 156 Black Creek Road, East Earl. FOR SALE: 4’ x 8’ frosted glass white board, like new, $250. Call 717-471-4910. FOR SALE: Burial plot in Memory Gardens, Ephrata. Lot 78, spaces 1&2. Vault is included. Asking $2,000. Call 717-733-3027.


FOR SALE: 2008 Smart, inspected til 2/23, low mileage, $4,000. 717-3922640.

FOR SALE: Ashley Lite Gray sleeper sofa, $695; Sage re-­ clining loveseat, $645; Offwhite loveseat, $495. Close-­ out Models & Rebuilt Mat-­ tresses in stock. Martindale FOR SALE: 2012 Ford Fu-­ Mattress, 114 Hurst Road, sion SEL, 100K miles, 25/35 Ephrata. 717-445-9153. MPG, new brakes and rotors, inspected, regularly serviced, FOR SALE: Queen size in-­ stant comfort number bed $5,700. Call 717-628-1673. with adjustable base, 2 years old, $400 OBO. 717-598Say you saw it in 6647. The Shopping News!

FOR SALE: Authenticated Beanie Babies! I have (3) 1/ 1 prototypes. Be the only person in the entire world to own these beanies! $7M/ each or buy 2 for $12M or buy all 3 for $17M. All are Museum Quality! Call Sher-­ ry, 484-721-9998.

FOR SALE: Hundreds of good, used books, all kinds. $1.00 each. Also, more books for sale. Free books on porch. Stop by anytime, days and evenings. 1007 Sensenig Road, Ephrata, 17522.



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Lawn & Garden FOR SALE: Fall clean up, lawn mowers and riding mowers wtih baggers, some without. 717-445-5090.

FOR SALE: Crossbow with extras, new in box with six bolts and extra front extra bow. Center point extreme 385. Asking three hundred thirty five dollars. Firm. 717-336-5489, ask for Richard. Leave number. FOR SALE: 14” girl’s bike, $10; 16” boy’s bikes, $15. Very good condition. 717203-6521.

Machinery/Tools FOR SALE: Generator, new ladder, standing saw, old truck tools, pressure washer, many more misc. tools. 717-419-1009.

FOR SALE: Yakima ridge bike rack, holds 2 bikes. Fits 1.25 or 2”, excellent condition, $200. Call 910547-9040.


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NOTICE: Large Yard Sale, Friday, 8/12, 7am-? Some antiques, fishing rods, hunt-­ ing items, clothing. Some-­ Corner of Steinmetz Road & thing for everyone. 6 Miller Parkview Heights, Ephrata Road, Akron.


NOTICE: Sidewalk Sale, 8/ 13, 7-2. Antique school desks, world globes, Lititz collectibles. 30 East Orange Street, Lititz. Rain cancels.

SAT., AUG. 13 7AM-2PM

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HELP OFFERED: Groff Painting. Clean, quality work. Reasonable rates. Free estimates. Ephrata. 717-723-5734, PA118129. HELP OFFERED: Experi-­ enced lady of 15 years will take care of your mom or dad 24/7. Vera 717-8087055.



HELP OFFERED: Cory’s Handyman Service is looking to fix those things around the house in need of repair, so you don’t have to. No job too small. So call, 717-723NOTICE: Moving Sale, Au-­ NOTICE: Indoor Yard Sale, NOTICE: Yard Sale, Satur-­ 0277. Reasonable rates/in-­ FOR SALE: New Porter-Cable gust 10-11, 10am-6pm, Au-­ Friday, 8/12 and Saturday, day, August 13, 7:30am. sured. PA#103368. 20V power tools. Kits and Tents, inflatable kayaks, gust 12, 8am-1pm. Longa-­ bare tools. Well below retail. 8am-12noon. 420 sleeping bags, books, fabric, FOR SALE: 28’ 5th wheel berger baskets, Rolltop desk, 8/13, 717-951-1343. Main St., Denver, Trinity men’s jeans, ladies jackets, HELP OFFERED: Tender camper, John Deere 140 tools, purses, baby clothing, clothing, knick-­ loving assistance with 12HP motor garden trailer, sweeper, bakers rack, strol-­ United Methodist Church. men’s FOR SALE: Snap-on 3/4” ler, lots more. Baked goods. Mask required. (Covid pre-­ knacks, dress form, quilt daily living, personal care. 717-354-0013. DR. socket set, black, like rack, cake molds, wooden 446, 443 Sheep Hill Road, cautions in place). new, $500. Call 717-490privacy shutters, french Years of experience. DSP, Newmanstown, outside of 0248. Schaefferstown. There will be NOTICE: August 13th and door blinds, dog crate, WiFi PCA, LMA, CPR certified. router. 363 Kurtz Road, 3 more houses with things. 14th, 7am to noon. Great Ephrata. 704-785-7976 (Ephrata). Garage Sale. Lots of stuff, NOTICE: 5 Family Garage household, back to school, NOTICE: Yard Sale, 8/12-8/ HELP OFFERED: Experi-­ NOTICE: We accept brush, Sale, Friday/Saturday, Au-­ furniture, clothes, sports 13, Friday, 4-7, Saturday, 7- enced electrician and han-­ trimmings, grass clippings, gust 12-13, 7am. Crystal stemware, Yorktowne Pfaltz-­ items, movies, old vinyl 1. Car parts, 3 turbocharg-­ dyman services, licensed trees and stumps for a small ers, fender roller, small tools, and insured. Prompt friend-­ graff dishes, serving dishes, FOR SALE: Cockapoo pup-­ fee. Call Martin Mulch for glasses and misc. pieces, records, etc. Much more. lots of women clothes, cheap ly service and free esti-­ pies, vet checked and vacci-­ Gotta check it out. 203 Hem-­ information. 717-733- Sears/Penney’s household items, furniture, mates. Call Jim, 717-575catalogs, lock Road, Ephrata. nated, ready 8/22, $895. 1602. books. 53 East Church 2147, please leave a mes-­ girl’s clothing, boy’s/girl’s 301-988-2525. Street, Reamstown. sage. toys, books. 593 Lauschtown NOTICE: Community Yard NOTICE: Rent our Boston Rd., Denver. FOR SALE: Mini Bernese ferns for your wedding or Sale, Saturday, August 27, Mountain puppies, very special event. Starting at NOTICE: Garage Sale, 8/12, 8am-1pm. Rain/shine. Zion friendly and playful, come $5.00 a day. Taking orders 7am. HH, Scentsy, crafts, Mennonite Church, 582 with ICA papers, shots and for wedding favors. Succu-­ 31, LuLa Roe, jewelry, Do-­ Zion Road, Birdsboro. Call wormer, vet checked. $500 lent, cactus, ferns. Mt. Airy terra oils, tools, books, Tup-­ 610-207-7086 to reserve a OBO. 717-445-6649. in perware, 2-3X ladies Greenhouse. 717-405-2445. table. Zion proceeds benefit clothes (LR). Too much to FOR SALE: Mini golden doo-­ 36 Glenwood Mission Outreach, Latin NOTICE: Custom built re-­ mention. America. dle puppies, nice markings, placement windows and Drive, Ephrata. vet checked, shots UTD. doors. Professional installa-­ $400. 717-445-7743. tion. Call Ronafa Window & Door, 717-733-7534, or visit our showroom at 400 W. Main St., Ephrata in the Ephrata Business Center. Thank You!

RV’s & Campers

NOTICE: Yard Sale spaces for rent at Hahnstown Unit-­ ed Zion Church parking lot. Contact Grace at 717-5728394 by August 19.


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Sporting Goods

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FOR SALE: New and used bi-­ cycles, sales and service. Jack’s Bike Shop, 717-7336042, Open Mon., Wed, and Friday, 6-8p.m., Saturday, 9-5p.m. FOR SALE: Treadmill, $20. 717-733-6701.

NOTICE: Crafters needed for Craft Show for Octo-­ ber 22, 2022 at Gracepoint Church. For more infor-­ mation, contact 717-7380611 or 717-733-7220.


Customer Service




Paraeducators, PCA’s, Food Service Assistants and Lunch Monitors

No Experience Required. Flexible Schedules Available. Weekly Pay. Employee Referral Incentives. Shift Differentials. Openings on 1st, 2nd & 3rd Shifts. Full-Time and Part-Time Hours Available. Open Interviews Every Monday in August, 9am to 2pm

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Administrative/ Sales Assistant


515 NORTH READING ROAD, EPHRATA, PA 17522 Call (717) 721-1744 Ext. 102 with questions. Hablamos Español. www.agiftinside.com/careers

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

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

Part-time position, Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. with some flexibility in hours/ days. 20-30 hours per week. • Candidate will be proficient in Word and Excel. Experience in QuickBooks accounting software a plus. • Understanding and adept at working in CRM (customer relationship management) database is essential. • Must be detail-oriented, have good communication skills, ability to interact and communicate well across multiple departments. • This position requires a collaborative and dedicated individual. Please send resume to:

The Shopping News 615 E. Main St., P.O. Box 456 Ephrata, PA 17522 Email: pboyer@snews.com 717-738-1151

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.

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Help Wanted

Cleaning Services HELP OFFERED: Office cleaning. Our business is to make yours shine. Husband & wife team offer reliable, quality cleaning in Northern Lancaster county. 717-9269140.

Home & Lawn Care HELP OFFERED: Phillips Home Improvements and Renovations, LLC is offering special rates for early fall contracts. Our services include roof repair/replacement, siding, decks, gutters, clean outs, etc. Call Phill now, 717-7235817. Fully licensed and insured. PA#132025. HELP OFFERED: Professional landscape services. Mowing, mulching, pruning, etc. Free estimates. Dreamworks Landscape & Lawncare. 717-490-2668. Dreamworkslandscape.com.

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HELP WANTED: Paper Carriers for The Shopping News. Various routes available with flexible delivery times. Base salary plus mileage. Must be over 18 years old, be able to lift up to 35 pounds and have reliable vehicle for delivery. Contact snews@ptd.net or 717738-1151 with questions. HELP WANTED: Now hiring PT general help, including maintenance, must work weekends. Apply at Red Roof Inn, 2017 N. Reading Rd., Denver, PA 17517.

HELP WANTED: Pole Building Construction Crew Members wanted. Excellent earning potential and befits. Join our growing team at Pioneer Pole Buildings. Please call Kevin for more information, 570-640-5638. HELP WANTED: Full-time, part-time front desk and housekeeping, must be available weekends. Apply at Red Roof Inn, 2017 N. Reading Road, Denver.


CJ’s has an opening at their New Holland location for a

FT Automotive Technician Trainee Benefits include: medical, dental, vision, disability and life insurances, 401(k), employee discounts, paid holidays & PTO!

The Denver Lions Club has recognized Katelyn Nedimyer, of Stevens, as Student of the Month for April 2022. Katelyn is the daughter of Amy and Doug Nedimyer. Beyond her studies at Cocalico High School, Katelyn is active in soccer and basketball. She also serves as President of the National Society and Vice President of Future Business Leaders of America. Her honors and awards include: English Student of the Month, PSMLA Award for Spanish Excellence, Honor Roll, and an Academic All Star for the Girls Basketball Team. Outside of school Katelyn dedicates time to create meal boxes at Thanksgiving, and activities boxes and decorations for nursing homes. Her future plans include playing soccer at Alvernia


Wanted WANTED: Need ride from Lititz to 2150 Harrisburg Pike and back. Will pay. Details over phone. 717-626-6321.

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University, while pursuing a degree in Physical Therapy. The Denver Lions Club is proud to honor Katelyn Nedimyer for her scholastic achievements and service to her community.

The photo shows Katelyn Nedimyer (right) receiving her Student of the Month award from Denver Lion President Randy Meckley (left).

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Global Scholars Program Honors Excellence At Cocalico Shopping News Photo by Donald Reese This year, ten Cocalico High School seniors were honored by the Pennsylvania State Modern Language Association (PSMLA) and the World Language Department of Cocalico High School as Global Scholars. Through the Global Scholars Program, these students acquired world language skills by successfully participating in at least four world language courses at the high school, completed four additional elective courses with global themes, read literature and viewed films that illustrated world cultures, participated in four cultural extracurricular activities, and volunteered for 20 hours of community service. These students have prepared themselves well for future professional and personal success by cultivating a


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First United Methodist Sermon Series

First United Methodist of Ephrata will be having a new sermon series beginning in September at 68 North Church Street at 8:30 a.m. (Traditional) and 11:00 a.m. (Contemporary). They will begin a new journey with sermons on Revelation called, “This Hallelujah Banquet” written by Eugene Peterson. They will visit seven churches who received the letters from the Apostle John. They will learn the expectations of God from Church. They will learn Revelation is not about the future but it is about the present. Revelation is about how Christians should live today the time between the old order and the new order. Revelation is about gazing upon the Sovereignty of God in this chaotic world. Revelation is not about the old despair, but it is about the new hope. Join them in “This Hallelujah Banquet” so they can praise the Lord together. Eugene Peterson said, “We don’t become praising people by avoiding or skipping or denying the pain and the poverty, and the doubt and the guilt by entering into them, but by exploring them, minding their significance, and embracing the reality of these experiences.” Amen! Amen! Revelation: This Hallelujah Banquet by Eugene Peterson • Sunday, September 11 Beginning at the End: The end is where we start • Sunday, September 18 EPHESUS: The Test of Our Love • Sunday, September 25 SMYRNA: The Test of Our Suffering • Sunday, October 2 PERGARMUM: The Test of Our Truth • Sunday, October 9 -

Pyle Named To Dean’s List

THYATIRA: The Test of Our Holiness • Sunday, October 16 SARDIS: The Test of Our Reality • Sunday, October 23 PHILADELPHIA: The Test of Our Witness • Sunday, October 30 Anniversary Sunday • Sunday, November 6 LAODICEA: The Test of Our Commitment • Sunday, November 13 - THIS HALLELUJAH BANQUET

Lauren Pyle, Lititz, Early Childhood Education major, earned Dean’s List status at Saint Francis University. To achieve this honor, students must have full-time status and attain a quality point average of 3.500 on 12 or more credits during a single semester, with no continuing or incomplete grades.

9 Keeping Kids “On Track” Program

DOVE Westgate Church, 1755 West Main Street, Ephrata, will be sponsoring once again a free after-school program for children who are in fifth and sixth grades at Ephrata Intermediate School. The program kicks off on Tuesday, September 13 and meets on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays each week. Students will be bused to DOVE Westgate Church from Ephrata Intermediate School, and then student pickup is at 5:30 p.m. There will be snacks, crafts, gym play time and other organized and freetime activities. For more information, visit www. dwchurch.org/ot.

9 DeSales University Graduates

The following students from the local area received degrees from DeSales University. • Samantha Martin of East Earl, graduated magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Science in Medical Studies • Annie Rakos of Lititz, graduated summa cum laude with a Bachelor of Science in Medical Studies

College News Musselman Receives Degree

Jacob Musselman of Denver, was one of more than 300 students to receive a diploma at the 168th Commencement exercises at Westminster College in New Wilmington, on Saturday, May 14. Washington College Musselman graduated with a Bachelor of Science congratulates the 461 degree in Individual students who were named Interdisciplinary. to the Spring 2022 Dean’s

9 Washington College Dean’s List


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List. In order to earn this academic honor, a student must achieve at least a 3.50 GPA for the semester. The following local students were amongst those who earned this achievement: • Alison Buckwalter of Lititz • Ciara Deemer of Ephrata • Ethan Kile of Lititz • Reagan Longridge of Lititz • Aidan Sturtevant of Stevens

9 Cedarville University Graduates The following students graduated from Cedarville University in spring 2022 with an undergraduate degree. • Brandon Fisher of Akron, Marketing • Jeremy Hershey of New Holland, Industrial & Innovative Design (Continued On Page 10B)

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2022 Marketing major • Lauren Drost of Lititz, a 2022 Nursing major • Alayna Henry of New Holland, a 2022 Music Industry and Recording Technology major • Kassidy Hollinger of New Holland, a 2022 Chemistry major • Tyler Cloud of Adamstown, a 2023 Supply Chain Operations Management major • O’Brien Byrnes of Adamstown, a 2023 Entrepreneurship and with Highest Honors Innovation major • Christina Baker of Leola with Honors • Amanda Mueller of Ephrata with Highest Honors • Harrison Booth of Leola with Honors Highest honors are earned Samantha Siomko of Lititz for a semester grade point has received the following average of 3.90 or higher, degree from The University high honors for a grade point of Alabama: Master of average of 3.70-3.89, and Science. honors for a 3.50-3.69 grade point average.

College News (Continued From Page 9B)

York College Dean’s List

More than 1400 students were named to the Spring 2022 Dean’s List at York College of Pennsylvania. To be eligible for this honor, a student must be registered for at least 12 academic credit hours and earn a semester GPA of 3.50 or higher. • Julio Pioquinto of Ephrata, a 2023 Film & Media Arts major • Julea Truskey of Ephrata, a 2022 Early Elementary/ Special Education major • April Achey of Leola, a 2022 Advertising and Digital Marketing major • Tyler McWilliams of Lititz, a 2022 Electrical Engineering major • Kimberly Delk of Lititz, a 2023 Nursing major • Savannah Jordan of Lititz, a 2024 Psychology major • Alexa Landis of Lititz, a 2022 Nursing major • Jasmine Weaver of Lititz, a 2023 Civil Engineering major • Peter Carrigan of Lititz, a

9 Siomko Receives Degree

9 McDaniel College Dean’s List

McDaniel College announces its Spring 2022 Dean’s List, recognizing full-time undergraduate students for outstanding academic achievement, including: • Carly Ludwig of Ephrata

9 James Madison Dean’s List

James Madison University is pleased to announce that the following students made the Dean’s List for the spring 2022 semester. • Jordan Kelley of Lititz, whose major is health sciences

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York College Graduates

• Alexa Day of Lititz, whose major is marketing

9 Delk Earns Degree

Kimberly Delk, Lititz, graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from York College of Pennsylvania in May.

9 Coastal Carolina Dean’s List

More than 2,000 undergraduate students at Coastal Carolina University were named to the Dean’s List for the Spring 2022 semester. Students who make the Dean’s List have achieved a grade point average between 3.5-3.99 for the semester. This semster’s local honored students included: • Eden Wickenheiser, a Economics major of Lititz

a Science in Criminal Justice. • Julea Truskey of Ephrata, graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Early Elementary/ Special Education.

York College of Pennsylvania’s Class of 2022 was the first to enjoy the typical outdoor commencement exercise since the Class of 2019. Nearly 700 graduates earning associate, bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degrees - were recognized during the Saturday, May 14 ceremony. • April Achey of Leola, graduated Summa Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Business Administration in Advertising and Digital Marketing. • Peter Carrigan of Lititz, graduated Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Business Administration in Marketing. • Adam Deckard of Lititz, graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice. • Alayna Henry of New Holland, graduated Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Science in Music Industry and Recording Technology. • Steven Iseman of Lititz, graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering. • Tyler McWilliams of Lititz, graduated Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering. • Brianna Morgan of Lititz, graduated with a Bachelor of

9 Moravian University Dean’s List

Moravian University named the following local students to the Dean’s Honor List for the Spring 2022 semester. Undergraduate students who carry three or more completed/graded (letter grade) course units in a Fall or Spring term and attain a GPA for the term of 3.50 or higher are placed on the Dean’s Honor List. • Angelique Lee of Ephrata • Elizabeth Valudes of Lititz

9 Widener University Graduates

Widener University recently awarded degrees to its graduates. Ceremonies were held Thursday, May 12 and Saturday, May 14. Local graduates included: • Meghan Elizabeth Guyette of Lititz, who earned a Master of Social Work, or MSW, from the College of Health & Human Services • Brooke E. Clark of Lititz, who earned a Master of Science in Nursing from the School of Nursing

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Q: What travels around the world but always stays in one corner? Answer: A stamp.


Q: Where do pianists go on vacation? Answer: To the Florida Keys.

What Rhymes with…

Name That


Landforms are natural features of the landscape. Fill in the blanks to name some types of landforms.

3) 4) 5) 6) 7)














Answers: 1) Lakes, 2) Geysers, 3) Hills, 4) Mountains, 5) Glaciers, 6) Volcanoes, 7) Beaches

Cooldown Many people consider volcanoes hot and fiery, and while that is true, they can also help to cool things down. Take the eruption of Mount Tambora in Indonesia in the spring of 1815. The weather cooled off a lot in the weeks afterward, resulting in a very cold summer. Many other volcanoes had erupted in the area that year in addition to Mount Tambora. This created a lot of volcanic dust in the air, which kept the sun’s rays from reaching the earth. Temperatures dropped throughout Europe and the northeastern United States, and snow fell in many places, killing crops and causing food shortages. While volcanic eruptions can heat things up, they can also cool things down. Scientists are studying them further to see how they may affect global warming.











Fact or Fiction?

Erosion Challenge Erosion is the shifting of soil and rock from one place to another. Here are some questions about erosion. How many can you answer correctly?

1) Erosion is a natural process. Fact or Fiction?

2) The erosion of rocks usually begins with a weakening process called weathering. Fact or Fiction? 3) There are two types of weathering: physical and chemical. Fact or Fiction?

4) Wind, water and ice are three forces of erosion. Fact or Fiction?

5) Humans have nothing to do with erosion. Fact or Fiction? 6) Deforestation can lead to erosion. Fact or Fiction? 7) Mining can lead to erosion. Fact or Fiction?

8) Construction can lead to erosion. Fact or Fiction? 9) Too much erosion can cause desertification. Fact or Fiction?

10) Humans can do nothing to stop erosion. Fact or Fiction? Answers: 1) Fact, 2) Fact, 3) Fact, 4) Fact, 5) Fiction, humans have sped up the rate of erosion, 6) Fact, 7) Fact, 8) Fact, 9) Fact, 10) Fiction, humans can do a lot to stop erosion, including planting trees and rotating crops



Some answers: crane, main, pain, plain, plane, stain, strain, vain, vane, wane


List 10 words that rhyme with “rain.”

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* On August 10, 1776, news reaches London that the Americans had drafted the Declaration of Independence. Until the

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William Harden and Brig. Gen.Francis Marion, known as the “Swamp Fox,” lure British commander Maj. Thomas Fraser and his 450 soldiers into an ambush at Parker’s Ferry, near Charleston, South Carolina. Marion had earned his nickname for his ability to “outfox” his opponents in the swamps of the South Carolina backcountry. * On August 9, 1936, at the Berlin Olympics, African American track star Jesse Owens wins his fourth gold medal of the Games in the 4 x 100 meter relay. His relay team set a new world record of 39.8 seconds, which held for 20 years. * On August 8, 1945, President Harry S. Truman signs the United Nations Charter, and the United States becomes the first nation to complete the ratification process and join the new international organization. Although hopes were high at the time that the United Nations would serve as an arbiter of international disputes,

Truman did not even use one of the ceremonial pens to sign, instead opting for a cheap 10-cent desk pen. * On August 12, 1953, less than one year after the United States tested its first hydrogen bomb, the Soviets detonate a 400-kiloton device in Kazakhstan. Known as the “Layer Cake,” the bomb was fueled by layers of uranium and lithium deuteride, a hydrogen isotope. * On August 11, 1973, “American Graffiti,” a nostalgic coming-of-age tale steeped in the carcentric culture of suburban California, is released in theaters. The movie went on to become a sleeper hit. * On August 14, 1985, Michael Jackson takes control of the publishing rights to the vast majority of the Beatles’ catalog for $47 million, outbidding Paul McCartney himself. In the years afterward, the catalog was estimated to be worth in excess of $1 billion.

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Public Sales

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. WED., AUGUST 17 1:00 p.m. - Horst Auction Center, Ephrata. Antiques, collectibles, household goods, tools. Horst Auction­ eers. 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 Cambridge Rd., Honey Brook. 2-1/2 story 4 bed­ room farmhouse, bank barn/ garage/shop 40x46, horse barn 16x32, dog kennel, pavilion, 1-1/2 acres. Kline, Kreider and Good Auction­ eers. TUES., AUGUST 23 5:00 p.m. - Benuel K. and Lillian B. Riehl, 2875 Cambridge Rd., Honey Brook. Country 1 story 3 bedroom rancher, 2 story shop/garage 32x44 plus 2nd shop/garage 32x42, office, large rec. room, utility/ storage, 3/4 acre lot, fenced pasture. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. WED., AUGUST 24 1:00 p.m. - Horst Auction Center, Ephrata. Antiques, collectibles, household

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SAT., AUG. 13, 2022 AT 9:00 A.M.

Preview - Friday, Aug. 12, 1:00 P.M. - 5:00 P.M.

Sale to be held at the Horst Auction Center, 50 Durlach Rd., Ephrata, Lancaster Co., PA Catalogues are available by sending $4 to Horst Auction Center, 50 Durlach Rd., Ephrata, Pa. 17522 or may be picked up at Horst Auction Center for $2. Catalogue listing along with photos are available on our website, www.horstauction.com Online Bidding is available through HiBid

Over 600 Lots of Antique Tools – In Main Auction Hall Outstanding collection of hand-wrought tools, many signed by Central Pennsylvania makers; Edge Tools; Wooden Molding Planes, Stanley Metal Planes, Measuring Devices; Shop Related Tools; Cooper’s Tools; Hammers; Saws; Drilling Tools; Primitives; Books, Antique Tool Parts & Repair Projects; Modern & User Tools. * Accepted Payments: Cash & PA check, credit cards, and debit cards. No out of state checks without prior approval. 3% Auction House fee will be added to all invoices and will be discounted to 0% when payment is made with cash or approved check.

goods, tools. Horst Auction­ eers. 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 5:00 p.m. - John J. Nolt Estate, Blue Ball Fire Hall, 4305 Division Highway, East Earl. 4 piece gold set, other gold coins, rare silver, 300 silver dollars, 200 silver eagles. Martin & Rutt 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. 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 Auction­eers. TUES., AUGUST 30 5:00 p.m. - Benuel K. and Lillian B. Riehl, 440 James St., Honey Brook. Invest­ ment 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., SEPTEMBER 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. THURS., SEPTEMBER

8 - 6:00 p.m. - Andrew W. Martin Estate, 110 Martin Dr., Reinholds. 3 bedroom, 1 bath rancher, 1/2 acre lot, 2000 Mercury Grand Mar­ quis car. Art Pannebecker and Brad Wolf Auctioneers, Inc. 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, (Continued On Page 14B)



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THURS., AUGUST 11, 2022 SALE TIME - 12:00 NOON

INSPECTION - Thursday, August 11, 9:00 A.M. thru the Sale Sale to be held at Horst Auction Center, 50 Durlach Road, Ephrata, Lancaster Co., PA



Selling $300 Plus Face in 90% Bulk Lots and Partial Sets. Currency To Be Sold Includes Small, Large, and National Notes. Slabbed Coins. $21/2 and $5 Gold Indians. 1890-CC and Other Better Date Silver Dollars. Bulk Lots of Wheat Cents. Proof/Mint Sets. ************************************************************************************** A catalogued listing can be picked up at the Auction Center for free. Listing is also available on our website, www.horstauction.com. ************************************************************************************** Accepted Payments: Cash or PA check. Visa, MasterCard,

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PUBLIC AUCTION Thurs., Aug. 18 at 6 PM

4355 Stiegel Pike, Newmanstown, PA 17073

Located along PA-501, 3 mi. S. of Schaefferstown & 3 mi. N. of Brickerville. Ready to be renovated to suit your needs, this 3,178 SF 2 sty. house w/additions & enclosed porch has nice blend of lg. open rooms on 1st floor & 5 BR on 2nd floor; macadam parking & gently sloped lot; 200-amp service, propane forced air furnace w/duct work; on-site well/ septic, zoned Ag Trans, Heidelberg Twp, ELCO SD, Lebanon Co. OPEN HOUSE: 2 hrs. before auction or by appointment. For appointment to see or for help to obtain bank financing, call Joel @ 717-383-5606. NOTE: This commercial combination property is a great opportunity for the creative investor or entrepreneur. High traffic location! Historically, was Mountain Trail Inn & recently, a landscape business. Confirm your plans w/the Twp. TERMS: 10% Down; Balance in 45 Days; 3% Buyers Premium. SEE MORE INFO & PHOTOS: www.heiseyauctions.com Auction For:

Legacy Cash Offer LLC. Attorney: Anthony J. Fitzgibbons (717) 279-8313


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SALES REGISTER (Continued From Page 13B)

canoes, motorcycle. Kline, Kreider and Good Auction­ eers. 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 Five­ pointville 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, antiques, glass­ ware, peanut butter glasses. Tim Weaver Auction Service LLC. SAT., SEPTEMBER 10 - 9:00 a.m. - The Margaret E. Wyble Estate, 606 South Kinzer Ave., New Holland. 3 bedroom, 2 bath brick rancher with 2 car garage, .34 acre lot. Real estate at 12:00 noon. JD STX38 mower, generator, antiques and personal property. Martin & Rutt Auctioneers. 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. MON., SEPTEMBER

(North Schoeneck & Sandy Hill Area)


FRI., SEPT. 2 at 8:30 AM & SAT., SEPT. 3 at 8:30 AM LOCATED AT: 120 Sandy Hill Rd., Denver, PA 17517

DIRECTIONS: From the 4-way stop sign in Schoeneck, travel North on N. King St. to left on Sandy Hill Rd. to property on right. REAL ESTATE SATURDAY @ 12:30 PM: A clean older 2-story house w/3 bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms on level 1.5 acre lot. House has approx. 1,560 sq. ft; has pasture area and small animal barns. More info in future ad or our website. Attorney Tony Schimaneck 717-299-5251. OPEN HOUSE DATE: Saturday, Aug. 20 from 1-3 PM. Call/Text Auctioneer 717587-8906. FRIDAY LISTING: Antique Coca-Cola regulator clock; pottery; lots of vintage collectibles of all kinds. See more details and 100+ pictures on our website. SATURDAY LISTING: Signed Tiffany tulip light w/12 flower glass shades & key switch; signed Tiffany 15” parlor lamp w/dome purple shade; 4 additional Tiffany style lamps; nice oil paintings by Foster; Griswold collection; small & rare collectibles; furniture; I’ve been in the business my entire life and there are things here I never saw before. Please 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-002189-L EPHRATA & NEW HOLLAND, PA

12 - 5:00 p.m. - H&H Investment LLC, 2058 Main St., Rothsville. Approved building lot plans are designed for front building and carriage house - total of 4 units on 0.96 acre lot. Witman Auction­ eers, Inc. 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 - 8:30 a.m. - Irene M. (late David Ray) Martin, 800 Summit Circle, Lititz. Cape

“Horst Auction Center” PUBLIC SALE


WEDNESDAY, AUG. 17, 2022 AT 1:00 P.M.

Preview Times - Tuesday, Aug. 16 from 2:00 P.M. thru 5:00 P.M. and Wednesday, Aug. 17 from 8:00 A.M. *The following is just a very general list of items to be sold. Photos representing the entire auction will be posted on our website www.horstauction.com on Tuesday, Aug. 16. Sale to be held at the Horst Auction Center, 50 Durlach Rd., Ephrata, PA 17522 (The corner of Rt. 322 & Durlach Rd., approx. 2-1/2 miles west of Ephrata) FURNITURE - Antique, Vintage, Reproduction & Modern Incl. Bedroom, Dining Room, Living Room, Family Room, Kitchen, Office & Patio (Sets & Individual Pcs.); APPLIANCES; KITCHENWARE; CLOCKS & LAMPS; SILVER; COPPER & BRASS; CAST IRON; AGATE; TINWARE; PEWTER; WOODENWARE; CHINA & GLASSWARE; POTTERY; LG. ASSORTMENT OF ROSEVILLE DONATELLO POTTERY; LINENS & TEXTILES; BOOKS & PAPER; ESTATE & COSTUME JEWELRY; ARTWORK; CHRISTMAS & SEASONAL DECORATIONS; TOYS; TOOLS; LAWN & GARDEN EQUIPMENT; 1985 GRUMMAN 14’ ALUMINUM BOAT W/MERCURY 7.5 HP MOTOR; 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.

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PUBLIC REAL ESTATE AUCTION 30 +/- Acre Multi-Parcel Land Auction

PUBLIC REAL ESTATE AUCTION 2 Story 2 Bedroom 2 Bath Brick Dwelling 2 Car Garage w/Workshop Area Scenic Susquehanna River Views

mostly level, laudromat with 38 washers/dryers, 3 bay car wash, residential 3 bedroom apartment, 16,000 traffic count. 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., SEPTEMBER 30 2:00 p.m. - Ezra Z. Kilmer Estate, 481 South Farm­ ersville Rd., Ephrata. 23 acres +/- farm, 4 bedroom house, bank barn, silo, tobacco barn, carriage, shed, generator, tools, appliances, personal prop­ erty. Tim Weaver Auction Service LLC. SAT., OCTOBER 1 9:00 a.m. - Amos B. Sensenig Estate, 6220 Elizabethtown Rd., Man­ heim. Country 2-1/2 story 3 bedroom farmhouse, pole barn 50x36, utility building, 1/3 acres. Real estate at 1:00 p.m. Vehicles, lawn/garden, tools, furniture/appliances. Kline, Kreider and Good Auction­eers.


TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13 • 5 P.M. 1230 Seglock Rd., Lititz. Rt. 322 W. of Ephrata to Clay. Right N. Clay Rd. Left Hopeland Rd. Right Seglock Rd.

Sale For:


Auction For:


Cod style house with 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, 2 acre lot, detached shop, inside needs TLC. Real estate at 1:00 p.m. Tools, JD “M” tractor, household items. Martin and Rutt 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 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 Auction­ eers. THURS., SEPTEMBER 29 - 6:00 p.m. - Paul K. and Arlene H. Landis, 300 N. Reading Rd., Ephrata. 1.3 acres zoned Commercial,

Tuesday, August 30, 2022 @ 6:00 P.M. 128 Black Road, Coatesville / 314 Octorara Trail, Gap

Thursday, Sept. 22, 2022 @ 6:00 P.M. 93 Observation Rd., Conestoga, PA 17516 - Lancaster Co.

1½ sty. house w/2,762 SF, eat-in kitchen w/oak cabinets & appliances, living rm., family rm. w/vaulted ceiling & skylight, 4 bdrms. + bonus bdrm., 2½ baths, finished bsmt., separate one station salon w/full bath & separate private rear entrance, gas heat, central AC, attached 2 car gar. 24x26, low maintenance exterior, insulated/tilt windows, 12x20 utility bldg. w/elec., 2 attached dog runs, 2.3 ACRES partially wooded, macadam drive & parking. Property joins 1,700 acres state forest lands, next to 6,000+ acres state game lands. Zoned Ag. Move-in condition country house. Convenient, rural location. Personal inspection by appointment or Open House Sat., Aug. 27, Sept. 3 & 10 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. Timothy W. Rohrer T Aaron Z. Nolt 717-587-5720 Curvin M. Horning 717-733-1006 Lic. #499, #2116, #5064, #3956 www.klinekreidergood.com

Mt. Aetna Area Real Estate

PUBLIC AUCTION Direc�ons: From Parkesburg, take Rt. 10 N. to property on right OR turn right onto Beacon Light Road, go to Black Road, turn Le� and follow Black Road �ll you enter Tract #3. Direc�ons: From Main Street Conestoga, Right onto River Rd. to Le� onto Observa�on Site Rd. to property on right. Property Descrip�on: 8/10-acre secluded country property with 2920 Sq. Ft. 2 story 2 bedroom & 2 bath brick house. 1 �. floor has kitchen with oak cabinets, wall oven & dining area. Also, large 18’x22’ family/great room with cathedral ceiling, bedroom and full bath. 2nd floor with 1 bedroom & 1 full bath. First & second floors with all new hardwood flooring throughout. Basement w/2-car 20’x22’ garage and 18’x19’ workshop area. Also 12’x26’ finished area. House has lowerlevel laundry, oil furnace with (2) 275 gal. tanks, baseboard heat & central vac., Also 20’x22’ deck, and 6’x23’ covered porch. Property has well and on-site sep�c. Open House Dates: Thursdays, Aug. 11 & 18 from 4-7 PM and Saturdays, Aug. 13 & 20 from 1-4 PM. Terms: Down payment of $25,000.00 required day of auc�on. Se�lement on or before Nov. 4, 2022. Transfer taxes to be paid by buyer. Real Estate taxes shall be prorated. Annual taxes +/- $5221.00. A�en�on Realtors: 1% Broker Par�cipa�on being offered to Realtors who preregister with their buyers and who become the successful bidder on day of auc�on. Must register 48 hours prior to date of auc�on. Preregistra�on forms are available at www.beiler-campbellauc�ons.com. Auc�oneers Note: A secluded & private Manor Twp., Penn Manor School District property within walking distance to Susquehanna River and surrounded by Lancaster Co. Conservancy. Be sure to check out this 8/10 acre par�ally wooded loca�on with a nice brick house, mature trees, paved driveway, and beau�ful river views. Very unique property! For addi�onal pictures, go to: www.beiler-campbellauc�ons.com • www.GoToAuc�on.com or www.auc�onzip.com

Sellers: Kenneth H. Greider Kenneth N. Greider 717-826-3880

A�orney: Sam Goodley 610-998-1000


AY# 002026

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

Auctioneers: Christ Taylor 717-371-1915 AU#005421 Harold Martin 717-738-4228 AA#019488

Property Descrip�on: 30 Acre Chester County Wooded Tract. 4 Separately deeded tracts being sold separately. • Tract #1: 19.6 Acres – Great outdoorsman/hun�ng spot. Subdivision plans engineered for 6 lots. All lots have passing perc and probe test completed. Ac�ve NPDS permit for development. Highway occupancy permit previously obtained. Build in one lot and sell out the rest! Annual taxes +/- $3,749 (2022) • Tract #2: 4 Acre wooded tract, landlocked between tract #1 and tract #3, a must-have for the buyer of either lot. Annual taxes +/- $1,005 (2022) • Tract #3 - 128 Black Road: 4.5 Acre – Wooded tract, great building lot, very private, ac�ve perc test for sand mound, has easement access to Black Road and then onto Beacon Light Road, Annual taxes +/- $339 (2022) • Tract #4: ¾ Acre wooded tract, landlocked, great add-on for any adjacent property. Annual taxes +/- $994 (2022) • Chester County, West Caln Twp., Coatesville School District Open House Instruc�ons: Open house will be conducted from 283 Beacon Light Road, Parkesburg Tuesday August 9, 2022 (5-8 PM) and Saturday August 13, 2022 (1-4 PM). Auc�on Loca�on: Auc�on for all four parcels will be held at 283 Beacon Light Road, Parkesburg. Terms: Down payment of 10% of sale price required day of auc�on. Se�lement on or before October 17, 2022. Transfer taxes to be paid by buyer. Real Estate taxes shall be prorated. A�en�on Realtors: 1% Broker par�cipa�on offered to registered Realtors. Broker par�cipa�on terms and forms are available at www.beiler-campbellauc�ons.com. For more pictures, go to: www.beiler-campbellauc�ons.com • www.auc�onzip.com • www.GoToAuc�on.com

Sellers: Owners of Record

A�orney: Kling, Deibler & Glick 717-354-7700 Samuel Goodley, III Esq.


AY# 002026

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

Auctioneers: Christ Taylor (717) 371-1915 AU#005421 Elvin Stoltzfus (610) 333-5447 AA#0019514

FRI., AUG. 12, 2022 at 6PM

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

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

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

We’re Sold On Serving You! heiseyauctions.com

Say You Saw It In “The Shopping News” - Wednesday, August 10, 2022 - 15B

Deeds Recorded The following were recorded at the Lancaster County Recorder of Deeds office from July 28 to August 3: Akron Borough Jennifer B. Herman and Joseph F. Herman Estate conveyed property on Broad Street to Adam Charles Wenger for $270,000. The Edna L. Zimmerman Estate conveyed property on Grand View Drive to Brock Keener for $262,000. Brecknock Township Harry D. Musser and Jane E. Musser conveyed property on Fairway Drive to Jane E. Musser for $1. The Melvin W. and Lillian J. Weinhold Living Trust conveyed property on Dry Tavern Road to Diane K. Styer and Dean M. Weinhold for $1. Jay W. Robinson and Tammi S. Robinson conveyed prop­ erty on Woodmeadow Drive to Brooke A. Bumeder and

Keith R. Bumeder for $410,000. Diane K. Styer and Dean M. Weinhold Sr. conveyed prop­ erty on Dry Tavern Road to Dean M. Weinhold Sr. and Linda J. Weinhold for $1. Clay Township Gustavo Tellez Lopez con­ veyed property on Joshua Lane to Gustavo Tellez Lopez and Maria C. Tellez Lopez for $1. John Garman conveyed property in Clay Township to Samantha L. Hurst and Tristan A. Hurst for $300,000. Elizabeth A. Drenning and John Edward Drenning con­ veyed property on Seglock Road to John Edward Drenning for $1. Jonathan W. Martindell and Toni M. Martindell conveyed property on Garden Drive to Katherine Young Wildes and Robert E. Wildes III for $375,000. Denver Borough Adrianne J. Arment and Mitchell L. Arment con­ veyed property in Denver Borough to David Clay Flowers Jr. and Kimberly


PUBLIC AUCTION Sat., Sept. 10, 2022

June Flowers for $265,000. Awakened Properties LLC conveyed property on Main Street to Sarah A. Johnson and William A. Johnson IV for $310,000. The Henry Nolan Leid Estate conveyed property in Denver Borough to Adrianne Arment and Mitchell Arment for $350,000. Laura A. Lausch and Terry L. Lausch conveyed property on Monroe Street to Kelsi S. Johnson and Shane T. Johnson for $252,000. Earl Township The Estate of Paula G. Titus conveyed property on Glen Mar Avenue to Alta M. Hoover and Ellen Hoover for $329,000. Barbara R. Huyard and Jacob F. Huyard conveyed property on Reidenbach Road to James S. Martin for $1. Andrew J. Flexer and Brittany A. Flexer conveyed property on Lavender Lane to Jared E. Homan and Amber Lynn Martin for $345,000. Janet I. Mingledorff con­ veyed property in Earl Township to Brandon K. Groff for $365,000.

East Cocalico Township Bradley R. Hall and Lauren A. Hall conveyed property on Cranberry Circle to Amber E. Lesher and Andrew P. Lesher for $390,000. Edie M. Wertz conveyed property on North Reams­ town Road to Awakened Properties LLC for $120,000. Richard A. Edwards con­ veyed property on Church Street to Etasha Mohler and James Mohler for $4,500. Elizabeth Township Parco Inc. conveyed prop­ erty in Elizabeth Township to Brandon Karmilowicz and Jacquelyn Karmilowicz for $71,000. Aaron Michael Kossick and Teresa A. Kossick conveyed property on Crestview Drive to Andrew S. Herrick and Jerilyn C. Herrick for $660,000. Kaitlyn M. Hickman and Shane M. Hickman con­ veyed property on Snavely Mill Road to Richard A. Kyper for $330,000. Ephrata Borough The Estate of Arlene W. Zimmerman conveyed prop­


Personal Property 9 AM, Real Estate 12 Noon


736 Mohns Hill Rd., Sinking Spring, PA 19608

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.)

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:

Herr Family Trust

Cindy Vanhise, POA Attorney: Anthony Schimaneck (717) 299-5251


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 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




THURS., SEPT. 8, 2022 SALE AT 6:00 P.M.

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.



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

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

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:


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

5.7 ACRE FARMETTE: 21/2 story brick 1865 farmhouse with 2,580 sq. ft., five (5) bedrooms, 1.5 baths. 30’x41’ stucco office & garage building, top level with 5 offices & conference room, bathroom and storage area. Lower level with 3 garages and service door. 61’x72’ large frame metal-sided bank barn with eight (8) individual storage bays, two (2) bays with loft area. 24’x72’ frame-sided addition heated and insulated shop plus equipment and parts area. Fenced in grass area great for horses. “Highly Motivated Seller.” THIS PROPERTY OFFERS MUCH POTENTIAL. Excellent opportunity. Zoned Ag. This has been the home of Bottom Line Contracting for 25 years. 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

erty on Pleasant View Road to Leanne M. Hursh for $245,000. The Estate of Paul A. Heise conveyed property on Cloverbrook Drive to Windy Mansion Investments LLC for $525,000. Kayla N. Kehler conveyed property on Cloverbrook Drive to Isabel M. Waplinger and Paul E. Waplinger for $225,000. Gary L. Distasio Jr. con­ veyed property on Julie Ann Court to Jacqueline Vanessa Rivera and Pablo Rivera for $237,000. The Joy A. Vogeler Estate conveyed property on Henn Avenue to Prime Home Investments LLC for $61,500. Lititz Borough Chad D. Messimer and Claire E. Messimer con­ veyed property on East New Street to David G. Kuntz Jr. and Karen L. Kuntz for $470,000.

Janet W. Crisswell and Robert F. Crisswell Jr. conveyed property on Car­ diff Court to Glenn Boyer and Ann DeSantis for $325,000. Michael D. Keller, Michele L. Lewis, Nancy D. Lewis, and Richard D. Lewis conveyed property on South Spruce Street to Michele L. Lewis and Richard D. Lewis for $1. New Holland Borough Dean L. Garman and Vernon R. Garman conveyed prop­ erty on Wecaf Street to Andrew McQueen for $225,000. Honorata F. Patterson con­ veyed property in New Holland Borough to Dawn M. Ramirez, Michael Ra­ mirez, and Pedro RamirezGonzalez for $1. Terre Hill Joshua W. Metzler and Melissa E. Metzler con­ veyed property on Broad (Continued On Page 16B)

(East Earl Area)



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.

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: For info call/text auctioneer @ (717) 371-3333. Terms: 10% down day of sale, balance on or before 60 days. Attorney: Kling, Deibler & Glicke (717) 354-7700. 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 FRIDAY COIN SALE @ 4-PM: Visit website for 300+ lot coin catalog. Includes (26) 10-oz. Silver Bars; (13) 1-oz. Silver Bars; (150+) Silver Eagles, 32-Silver Morgan; 24-Peace Dollars, lots of silver Halves, Quarters; Dimes; plus many other fine valuable coins! Coins & Guns NOT on premises! SATURDAY @ 8:30-AM: Early Carnival glassware; chicken-on-nests; Mr. Peanut & bear banks; glass & wooden marbles; New Holland Machine Co. farm toys & advertising items; PA Game Commission pocket knives, pottery & memorabilia; milk cans; wire egg baskets; cast iron items: animal doorstops, bulldogs, setters, NH bell banks; small anvils; frogs, pigs, ducks, chickens, Mammy & Pappy figurines; Old Mill woodstove; parlor stove; nutcracker; Griswold pans; griddles; crocks & jugs; brass bell; 2 cornhole games; early calendars; brass quoits; green qt. jars; lots of home décor, cookbooks, cookbooks & kitchen items; GE washer & dryer; SS fridge; GE fridge; Oak ext table & 6 chairs; Hoosier style cupboard (nice); Pine ammo/gun cabinet; custom Oak slant-top desk; small roll-top desk; 2 metal desks; nice wood box; Hickory rocker; 2 school desks; cane-seat chairs; Gold’s Gym treadmill; 4 picnic tables, etc. ANVILS: No. 10 New Holland anvil; RC Diem custom 70 lb. anvil; RC Diem 6 lb. brass anvil; NC anvil; Kohlswa Sweden anvil; (2) T-shape stake anvils; Fulton anvil; 155 lb. anvil; 209 lb. Paragon 1925-8 anvil; Solin-patent anvil; complete stake anvil stand w/9-stake anvils; numerous oak anvil pedestals & FP mantles. 24 GUNS & HUNTING ITEMS: Guns NOT on premises till sale day. 1) .22 Winchester mod. 60 rifle; 2) .22 Winchester mod. 69A w/scope; 3) .22 Winchester mod. 90; 4) .22 Winchester mod. 61; 5) .22 Winchester mod. 52 w/ scope; 6) .22 Winchester mod. 150 (never fired); 7) .22 Henry (pump) w/scope; 8) .22 Henry Golden Boy (NIB); 9) .22 Henry Blue w/scope; 10) .22 Henry Survival rifle; 11) .17 Henry Golden Boy (NIB); 12) .17 Savage mod. 93R17 w/scope; 13) .22 Ruger Single Six w/holster & .22 Magnum Cylinder; 14) 50 cal. Knight Rifle Cap w/scope; 15) 50 cal. Thompson Center Flint Rifle; 16) .12 ga. Semi. Browning Gold Hunter slug 3” mag. w/3x9 Leupold scope; 17 ).12 ga. Pieper Arms Double Barrel; 18) .12 ga. Winchester Super x3 3.5 Camo w/red dot scope; 19) 30/30 Winchester mod. 94 lever action; 20) .12 ga./.222 over/under TIKKA w/scope R/F; 21) .12 ga./.222 over/under TIKKA; 22) .338 Mag. Winchester mod. 70 S/S w/Leupold 3.5x10 scope; 23) .12 ga. Browning Light Twelve B; 24) .12 ga. Rem. Semi Special Purpose 3” mag. w/3” slug barrel; Yardage Pro Compact 600 Bushnell range finder; New Leupold UV 3-9x50 scope & Butter Creek scope cover; visit website for gun list & photos; LOTS OF AMMO; CANNON 42-gun safe (nice); ammo reloader tools, cabinet & lots of accessories; tree stands; 3 climber stands; 12+ goose decoys; 10+ duck decoys; snow shoes; 12+ fox traps; 12+ body traps; fishing items & folding stools; new hunting clothes & accessories; 4 Coleman propane lanterns; etc. EQUIPMENT & TRAILERS: Huskee 27-ton 6.5 hp log splitter; 5’ Land Pride 3-pt PTO rotobeater RTA1558; 7000GVW Pequea Landscape dual-axle trailer; John Deere 2-wheel trailer; 5-person paddle boat (nice); 2600PSI pressure washer; Snapper 9hp rototiller; Stihl 360 20” chainsaw & case; 2 Stihl string trimmers; Stihl HS45 gas hedge trimmer; chain link fencing; 6-8 cords dry firewood; metal shop bench; Handyman jack; 16” scroll saw; JD wind chime; wheelbarrow; lots of hand tools; Ralph Buckwalter tool box; plus much more not listed. ** TO BE MOVED: Nice 32’ x 14’ Vinyl Utility Shed w/9’ O/H door! Sells after real estate! ** Terms: Cash, PA checks or credit card w/3% fee; food by GSFR aux. sale held under tent bring a chair!

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

Auction For:


Member of PA & National Auctioneers Assoc.

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

16B - Wednesday, August 10, 2022 - Say You Saw It In “The Shopping News”

Deeds Recorded (Continued From Page 15B)

Street to Chad Herman and Christy Herman for $280,100. Daniel Forrester conveyed property on East Main Street to Daniel Forrester and Lori Forrester for $1. Upper Leacock Township Arlene H. Couchman and David R. Couchman con­ veyed property in Upper Leacock Township to 302 Investment Group LLC for $55,000. John G. Beck and Joy D. Beck conveyed property on Graybill Road to Cameron S. Nelson for $314,900. M&G Realty Inc. conveyed property in Upper Leacock Township to West Main

Street Leola LLC for $582,000. David L. Beiler conveyed property on Monterey Road to Isaac L. Beiler and Ruth K. Beiler for $1. Timothy J. Schafer con­ veyed property in Upper Leacock Township to Debbie Ann Schafer and Timothy J. Shafer for $1. Goshen Properties LLC and Salinda Weber conveyed property on Bradford Drive to Balay Properties LLC for $0. Warwick Township George H. Oram and Judith A. Oram conveyed property in Warwick Township to Maria B. Boyreau for $429,900. Christopher M. Shaub con­ veyed property in War­wick Township to Amy Artman and Doran Artman for $325,000. Helen J. Ditzler conveyed property on Chestnut Street



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.



to Scott Sellers and Tonya M. Sellers for $330,000. SEO II LLC conveyed property in Warwick Township to Lititz MHP LLC for $1,000,000. Donald J. Showers con­ veyed property on Pin Oak Drive to Ellyn A. Radson and Marion J. Radson for $439,000. Carey L. Daveler Sr. con­ veyed property on Balls­ town Road to Austin P. Fink and Allison L. Hammell for $225,000. Dereck S. Hench and Tina M. Hench conveyed prop­ erty in Warwick Township to Dereck S. Hench and Tina M. Hench for $1. Wentling Lane LLC conveyed property on Wentling Lane to Emma Lapp and Omar Lapp for $1,050,000. Roy W. Zimmerman con­ veyed property on Brooke Court to Cheryl Z. Zook Justice and Randall M. Justice for $1. West Cocalico Township We Buy PA Inc. conveyed property in West Cocalico Township to Andrew Weaver for $202,000. The Jean A. Hollinger Estate conveyed property in West Cocalico Township to We Buy PA Inc. for


Monday, September 12, 2022 5:00 P.M.

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. For brochure or land plotting, visit www.klinekreidergood.com. Financing, deposit or bridge loan available to qualified buyer. Call Randal V. Kline 717-733-1006 (Lender NMLS ID #834368) Randal V. Kline Roy E. Good, Jr. Aaron Z. Nolt Curvin M. Horning 717-733-1006 Lic. #499, #2116, #5064, #3956

Calvin F. & Miriam K. Petersheim 717-405-2345

LOCATION: 2058 Main Street, Rothsville, PA Lititz, PA 17543, Warwick Township, Lancaster County APPROVED BUILDING LOT PLANS ARE DESIGNED FOR FRONT BUILDING & CARRIAGE HOUSE TOTAL OF FOUR (4) UNITS ON 0.96 ACRE LOT. (Dimensions 116’x359’) Excellent location to conveniences, minutes and easy access to Routes 772, 222, 30 & 501. Property backs up to Warwick Township Lions Park. Warwick School District. THIS IS AN EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY FOR ANY BUILDER/DEVELOPER OF YOUR CHOICE! Public water & sewer, parcel ID#6002094900000. For inspection of this lot, go directly to auction site at your convenience. Realtor/Broker Participation Offered. For Plot Plans, Financing, Terms & Details, See Website: www.witmanauctioneers.com Auction For: H&H Investment LLC

Auction By:


- Farmersville Area -

PUBLIC AUCTION Valuable Real Estate 23 Acres +/- FARM

4 Bdrm. House - Bank Bar - Silo - Tob. Barn Carriage - Shed - Generator - Tools - Appliances Personal Property

Fri., Sept. 30, 2022 at 2:00 P.M.

Location: 481 S. Farmersville Rd., Ephrata PA 17522 (W. Earl Twp., Lanc. Co.) Directions: Rt. 322 East of Ephrata . Turn right onto E. Farmersville Rd., follow to right turn onto E. Farmersville Rd. Follow to square in Farmersville. Turn left onto S. Farmersville Rd. to farm on Left OR Rt. 23 East of Leola. Turn left onto S. Farmersville Rd. Follow approx. 3 mi. to farm on right.

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

$150,000. Helen Zeiset and Nathan Zeiset conveyed property in West Cocalico to Elisa Lipko and Mark A. Lipko Jr. for $235,000. Glenda B. Hurst conveyed property on Cocalico Road to Jeffrey Zimmerman and Jennifer Zimmerman for $936,490. Kathleen M. Laudermilch and Donald L. Lutz con­ veyed property on Swamp Bridge Road to Donald L. Lutz and Donna L. Lutz for $1. West Earl Township Mervin S. Horning and Eileen F. Horning conveyed property in West Earl Township to Eugene R. Zimmerman and Verna N. Zimmerman for $414,000.

WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 31 • 5 P.M. 1040 Reading Rd., Narvon, PA 17555 (Bowmansville). Rt. 625 S. of Bowmansville to property on left. (Brecknock Twp., Lanc. Co.)

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

AY 000155-L




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.

Clifford H. & Cheryl L. Huber 717-989-0180





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.)


23 acres +/- Farm w/House, Barn, Silo, tob. shed, chicken house. 2½ sty. Farmhouse w/approx. 1841 sq. ft., 4 bdrms., full bath, kitchen, parlor, living rm., laundry/mud rm., attic & basement. 38’x48’ bank barn w/35’x96’ addition featuring 2 box stalls, 6 cow tie stalls, milkhouse, forebay, and loafing area, upper level storage w/tob. rails. 10’x50’ stave silo. 30’x60’ tob. barn. 24’x26’ 2 sty. chicken house w/14x16 addition. 14’x30’ utility bldg. w/7’x7’ O.H. door. 20’x18’ hoop structure. All on 23 acres +/- w/approx. 20 acres tillable. W. Earl Twp. Zoned AG. Farm is in Clean & Green. NOT in AG Preserve. Taxes approx. $3,000. Auctioneer Note: Ideal opportunity to purchase 23 acres +/- farm w/prime location. Level to gentle slop fields. Close proximity to produce auctions. Ideal as produce/crop/ animal farm. Prepare to buy, the family plans to sell. Terms: $100,000 down day of auction, balance on or before Nov. 29, 2022. Charles Benner, Atty. 717-656-4201. Showings by appointment or OPEN HOUSE: Sat., August 13, 1-3 PM. Contact auctioneer @ 717-354-9524 or 717-768-7526 w/any questions. See more at Auctionzip.com ID #25403 Auctioneers: Tim Weaver, Dave Stoltzfus, Steve Schuler, Matthew Martin

Auction for: Ezra Z. Kilmer Estate Steve Beiler Executor 717-629-2332 Tim Weaver Auct. Serv. Phone: 717-354-9524 Lic. # AY2109

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

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 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