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Terre Hill Readies For Fifth Annual Christmas In The Park!

Join Terre Hill as they kick off the holiday season at Terre Hill’s fifth annual Christmas in the Park Friday, December 2 through Sunday, December

4! This fun-filled event includes over 50 thousand lights, dozens of handmade lighted displays along their Christmas-themed walking trail, visits with Santa at Santa’s Workshop, craft vendors, kids’ activities,

gingerbread cookie decorating, live music in Christmas Tree Plaza, and more! Bring your appetite and enjoy a variety of tasty treats from their food pavilion and local vendors including fresh soups, sandwiches, pulled pork nachos, tacos, quesadillas, French fries, funnel cakes, specialty hot chocolates, and much more. Stop by each night for special

events and visit with other community organizations from the area. Parking and admission are free, some activities and admission to the lighted walking trail are a small fee. All proceeds benefit the Terre Hill Park. For more information, visit www.terrehilldays.com.

This year’s featured entertainment includes: Friday night - 3:16 & Happy Wanderers; Saturday night -

3 Below & Holiday Horns; and Sunday night - Erich Cawalla Trio & The New Holland Brass Band.

Shown in the photo, from left to right, are Dan Styer, Valerie Gregory, Marissa Styer, John Styer, and Noah Keckler as they pause from their busy decorating schedule to take a quick picture with

some of the decorations. Volunteers like these are in short supply these days and the Terre Hill community is truly blessed to have a group of volunteers like them who give of their time and talent to brighten the season for others. The Terre Hill Committee salutes the volunteers for all they give back to their community!

Ephrata High School National Honor Society Inductees

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Ephrata High School recently held their National
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for 51 students. Students shown in the photo include: (Seniors) Bethany Appel, Leigha Aten, Chanvir Bhandal, Sawyer Jones, Vivek Patel, John Plante, Audrey Risser, Hunter Shoff and Christopher Straubel;
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(Juniors) Rebecca Abraham, Evelyn Banks, Avery Bitner, Sara Brass, Nathan Brubaker, Nathan Buehler, Mia Cerullo, Sarah Drury, Joanna Ehrhart, Lydia Ehst, Janessa Eshleman, Elizabeth Foard, Jaylin Marie Gaston, Tristan Hart, Gavin Haupt, Kaylie Horst, Jeremiah Knowles, Alexis Kresge, Jianna Long, Scarlett Moua, Emmanuel Moundhala, Justin Muscarelli, Sarah Nolt, Brandon Pauser, Quintin Pfautz, Alayna Regitz, Kayla Reidenbaugh, James Robbins, Ashley Rogers, Hannah Schwartz, Eleonora Scutaru, Ashmeen Sindhar, Courtney Smith, Braden Thomas, Emily Weidner, Lance Wil- son and Caleb Zimmerman. Missing from the photo are (Seniors) Nathan Barnica and Jaelyn Morales, and (Juniors) Anna Commero, Peyton Loose and Kauri Parsons. Shopping News Photo by Donald Reese

Fairmount Hosts Blood Drive

The Central PA Blood Bank’s Community Blood Drive is set at Fairmount in Ephrata for Thursday, December 1, from 11:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. The blood drive will be held in the Farm Crest Community Room at 1100 Farm Crest Drive on the east side of the Fairmount campus.

You may schedule an appointment by calling 1-800-771-0059. Walk-ins are also welcome until 6:00

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 are unidentified individuals from the Walter W. Moyer Company Christmas party in 1968.

If you are able to provide more details about this picture or identify the

p.m., but scheduled appointments will be given priority. Please bring a photo ID with you when you come to donate. All donors will receive a Papa John’s buyone-get-one-free large pizza certificate, a free coupon book for the larger Lancaster

persons shown, call The Historical Society of the Cocalico Valley at 717-7331616 or email cjmarquet@ gmail.com. Future “Do You Know…” photos will be published in upcoming Shopping News issues. If a photo is identified, the information will be published.

The Historical Society of the Cocalico Valley is dedicated to discovering, gathering and preserving materials and data relative

area, and two free vouchers to the PA Auto Show.

Current CDC recommendations make masking for donors and staff optional. Masks will be provided for anyone who wishes to wear one.

Please take this opportunity to donate blood. Since there is no substitute for human blood, and donors are the only source, this is a wonderful gift to those in need from all walks of life. Every two seconds,

to the community known as the Cocalico Valley. For more information on the Museum and the Library, please visit their website at www.cocalicovalleyhs.org or call 717-733-1616.

To see all published “Do You Know” photos, please like our Facebook page (The Shopping News of Lancaster County) and view the album titled “Do You Know?” Photos will be updated with information as it is received.

someone needs blood, and the demand for blood continues to increase. In Central Pennsylvania, 275 to 300 units of blood and blood products are needed at area hospitals daily.

An adequate supply is crucial to the survival of cancer patients, accident victims, children with blood disorders, and many others. Your donation helps to save and enhance the lives of these people, as just one pint of your blood can save as many as three lives.

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Elizabeth “Liz” Keigler Preston, 62, wife of Richard Preston, Lititz, passed away on Monday, November 14.

Matthew L. Zimmerman, 44, of Denver, passed away on Sunday, November 20, 2022, at home.

He was born in Ephrata to Ivan H. and Mildred S. (Martin) Zimmerman and was the husband of S. Renee (Reiff) Zimmerman with whom he shared 23 years of marriage.

He was a member of Cocalico Mennonite Church, Denver.

Matthew was a taxidermist. In addition to his wife and parents, Matthew is survived by four children: Shane A., husband of Kayla J. (Martin) Zimmerman of Ephrata; Mikayla J. Zimmerman; Kiara R. Zimmerman; and Ashley K. Zimmerman, all at home; three siblings: Jonathan L., husband of Rochelle Z. (Nolt) Zimmerman; Mary Beth, wife of Sheldon Zimmerman; and Michael S., husband of Carla L. (Martin) Zimmerman; his in-laws, Leland H. and Janet N. (Martin) Reiff; sister-in-law, Delores J. (Reiff), wife of Carl J. High and brother-in-law, Leland R., husband of Sharlene F. (Martin) Reiff.

Richard C. “Dick” Allison, 81, The Gardens of Stevens, formerly of Gordonville, passed away on Thursday, November 17.

She was preceded in death by a daughter, Joyce Ann Rutt, and two grandchildren.

Besides her husband, she is survived by two sons: Daniel Preston, Frederick, Maryland, and Andrew Preston, Mechanicsburg; two daughters: Jacqueline LeGrand, wife of Dan LeGrand, Leesburg, Virginia, and Katherine Preston, Carlisle; three grandchildren; three brothers: Arthur Keigler; John Keigler; and James Keigler; and two sisters: Elise Berquist, and Janice Kinnamon.

Sylvia A. Weitzel, 81, wife of Richard L. Weitzel, Lititz, passed away on Saturday, November 19.

He was preceded in death by his paternal grandparents, Ivan and Ruth (Horst) Zimmerman, and his maternal grandparents, Clayton S. and Rachel (Stauffer) Martin.

A viewing was held on Thursday, November 24, 2022, at the Fairview Reception Center, 141 Jackson Road, Lebanon. Funeral services were held on Friday, November 25, 2022, at 9:00 AM, at the West Cocalico Mennonite School, 105 Marsh Road, Reinholds, with further services at 9:30 AM, from Cocalico Mennonite Church, 979 White Oak Road, Denver, with Bishop Melvin Martin officiating. Interment took place in the adjoining church cemetery.

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Donald “Don” Felty, 78, husband of Sara (Montoya) Felty, Lititz, passed away on Tuesday, November 15.

Besides his wife, he is survived by a daughter, Jean Felty.

Norman L. Graham, 91, husband of Martha Jean Myers Graham, Lititz, passed away on Wednesday, November 16.

He is survived by two daughters: Bonnie, wife of Steven Gruber, Birdsboro and Debora Allison, Birdsboro; one grandchild; five great-grandchildren; and three brothers: Paul Jr., husband of Margaret; Kenneth, husband of Cindy; and Anthony, husband of Nancy.

David W. Work Jr., 49, husband of Deidre L. (Oberholtzer) Work, Ephrata, passed away on Thursday, November 17.

Frank; a daughter, Dr. Austin Marie Carter, Lancaster; two brothers: Corey Gerhart, husband of Shela, and Fritz Gerhart; and three sisters: Cindy, wife of Paul Carter; Rhonda Houser, wife of Mike; and Bonnie Bleistein, wife of Ralph.

Ruth E. (Martin) Rutt, 81, New Holland, passed away on Friday, November 18.

She was the wife of the late Elmer Groff Rutt.

Besides her husband, she is survived by a daughter, Lori A. Hoke, companion of Kevin Hann, Schaefferstown; a brother, Nevin, husband of Susan Smith; and a sister, Sharon, wife of Donald Neal.

Kindly omit flowers.

Arrangements by Roseboro Stradling Funeral & Cremation Services, Inc., Denver. Online condolences can be given at roseborostradling.com.

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Besides his wife, he is survived by two sons: Gerald, husband of Linda Buckwalter Graham, Gordonville, and Gary Graham, New Holland; a daughter, Phyllis, wife of Dale Gamber, Lancaster; four grandchildren; 14 greatgrandchildren; and a brother, Clair Graham, husband of Dorothy Hammond, Lancaster.

He was preceded in death by a great-grandchild.

Besides his wife, he is survived by his father, David W. Work Sr., husband of Carol Work; his mother, Thelma J. (Hillard) Force; a daughter, Mackenna J. Work; three stepbrothers: Mark Shoenberger, Keith Shoenberger and David Force; and two stepsisters: Michelle Fritz and Susan Reihl.

Lisa M. Carter, 59, wife of G. Michael Carter, Lititz, passed away on Friday, November 18.

Besides her husband, she is survived by her father,

She is survived by four sons: Leonard, husband of Marlene (Martin) Rutt, Ephrata; Clair, husband of Janice (Weaver) Rutt, Lititz; Carl, husband of Becky (Moyer) Rutt, Denver; and Matthew, husband of Darla (Shirk) Rutt, Beavertown; a daughter, Karen, wife of Luke Martin, Denver; 17 grandchildren; 34 greatgrandchildren; five brothers: N. Eugene Martin; Raymond S., husband of Mary (Hoover) Martin; Mervin L., husband of Verna (Redcay) Martin; Carl H., husband of Bebe (Summers) Martin; and Clarence R., husband of Ruth (Stauffer) Martin; and three sisters: Edna; Arlene Weaver; and Marian, wife of Lawrence Martin.

Ida Cellucci, 91, Lititz, passed away on Sunday, November 20.

She was the wife of the late Angelo Cellucci.

She is survived by a son, Lawrence Cellucci, husband of Inez Cellucci, Paulsboro, New Jersey; a daughter, Angela Scorzetti, wife of Domenic D. Scorzetti, Lititz; three grandchildren; two step-grandchildren; six great-grandchildren; two step-great-grandchildren; and a brother, Fred LaSpina, husband of Anita LaSpina.

Robert B. Gingrich, 91, husband of Frances (Kipp) Gingrich, Lititz, passed away on Sunday, November 20.

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Samuel F. Lapp, 72, husband of Amanda S. Blank Lapp, Lititz, passed away on Monday, November 21.

Besides his wife, he is survived by six sons: Amos K., husband of Barbie Kauffman Lapp, Lititz; Daniel B., husband of Barbara Allgyer Lapp, Manheim; David B., husband of Verna King Lapp, Lititz; Samuel F. Jr., husband of Rachel Beiler Lapp, Lititz; Stephen B., husband of Lavina Stoltzfus Lapp, Lititz; and Paul B., husband of Annie Stoltzfus

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Jean I. Smoker, 96, Lititz, passed away on Monday, November 21.

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Lions Help “Serve” Their Community

Casey Ellis, Executive Director of Ephrata Area Social Services was starting to worry. Inflation and the increase cost of food prices, gas, oil, and other utilities have caused their client numbers to double and their shelves were empty. Just in time, five local Lions Clubs joined together and demonstrated what their motto of “We Serve” means.

These clubs, East Cocalico, Denver, Ephrata, Baron Stiegel and Akron held a food drive and came to Casey’s rescue by asking shoppers at four local grocery stores to purchase at least one non-perishable item and give that item or items to a Lion as they left the store. Over a two-day period, they collected an astounding 350 boxes of food, along with $3,000 in cash, for the Ephrata Area Social Services (E.A.S.S.) and its food bank. This is over six tons of food! The food that was collected from this drive will allow E.A.S.S. to make it through the winter. Lion Charles Holsey, from the East Cocalico Lions organized and coordinated this great event.

Each time the Lions hold a food drive like this, many of the members come away with amazing stories of the generosity of the shoppers. One of many examples from this past food drive happened at Weaver Markets. A father and his young son came to pick up a few groceries. They questioned what was happening and it was

explained to them the Lions were collecting for the Food Bank at E.A.S.S. and that their shelves were empty. They came back after shopping and gave them an overflowing cart of food and toiletries. The neat thing about it was that the son insisted and wanted to pick and decide what to get. This young man is pictured here standing in front of the cart of food that was given.

All five Lions Clubs would like to thank the participating stores, and especially all those who generously contributed to this drive. Without you, these Lions could not have accomplished what they did.

For more information about these local clubs or how you can help, call 717336-5311.

SHOPPING

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.

The Lititz Public Library will be closed on Saturday, December 24, Sunday, Dec ember 25, Monday, Decem ber 26, Saturday, December 31 and Monday, January 2.

Special Holiday Happenings:

• Mitten Tree - Last day to donate is Saturday, December 10. Please bring in new, unwrapped scarves, hats, gloves, mittens, socks, masks, and umbrellas for the Mitten Tree.

• Lititz Warwick Commu nity Chest Christmas Baskets - Last day to donate is Saturday, December 10. Please come into the library to choose a leaf from the Giving Tree, then return with the item, which will be included in one of their Christmas Baskets.

• Gift a Book - Last day to select a book is Saturday, December 10. Choose from their selection of books and purchase your favorite for the library. Put a holiday bookplate in the book and be the first to check it out.

• Santa Visits the LibrarySaturdays, December 10 and 17, 10:00 a.m. until 12:00 noon. At 11:00 a.m. Santa will read “The Night Before Christmas.” Holiday Take

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Ephrata Library Programs

The Ephrata Public Library, located at 550 South Reading Road, Ephrata, has announced their programs for November. Programs are open to the public and free of charge. Registration is required for programs and can be made by visiting the events calendar on the Library’s website (www. ephratapubliclibrary.org), by calling the Library at 717738-9291 or stopping into the library during normal business hours.

• Wednesday, November 30, 10:00 a.m. - Lapsit Story Time. Infants, young toddlers and their caregivers sing songs, recite fun rhymes and read together. Participants also learn fingerplays, basic sign language and play together. Ages 0-24 months.

• Wednesday, November 30, 1:00 p.m. – Searching the Internet. This two-part class will focus on advanced techniques for searching the web including the use of quotation marks, adding a domain extension, Boolean operators and wildcard operators. Participants will be able to explore and evaluate how each technique can change and/or enhance how they search and the results they receive. Funded through a grant from the Pennsylvania Department of Labor & Industry. Ages 18+.

• Every Monday through Thursday, 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. – FREE Computer and Workforce Development Lab. Stop by the lobby

“Pieces From The Past” -

Featuring The Terre Hill Historical Society

“Pieces From The Past” continues this week, featuring the Terre Hill Historical Society. In this weekly article, Shopping News readers will learn about local items housed in local museums and historical societies.

Shown in the photo are ribbons from numerous fraternal organizations that existed in the Terre Hill area in the 1900s. Examples of these groups include: The Knights of the Ancient Order of the Mystic Chain, The Patriotic Order Sons of America and The Independent Order of Odd Fellows.

The Knights of the Ancient Order of the Mystic Chain were a secret society in the United States in the late nineteenth century.

Founded by Freemasons in 1871, the group had a strong Masonic influence in its rituals and degrees, as well as incorporating elements from the Bible. The Patriotic Order Sons of America is an American patriotic fraternal organization that traces its origins to the anti-alien riots of the 1840s. Founded in 1847 in Philadelphia, the organization once had “camps” (chapters) in 20 states. At its peak, there were more than 600 camps

for free computer and job searching help. They’ll help you get on track to improve your computer skills and help with your job search! Funded through a grant from

nationwide. Today, the society maintains a presence only in Pennsylvania, where it has 14 camps. The national headquarters are in Valley Forge, Pennsylvania. The Independent Order of Odd Fellows (IOOF), evolving from earlier Orders of Odd Fellows, was first founded in England during the 1700s.

The IOOF is a non-political and non-sectarian co-ed international fraternal order founded in 1819 by Thomas Wildey in Baltimore, Maryland.

the Pennsylvania Department of Labor & Industry.

• Thursday, December 1 & 15, 1:00 p.m. - Movin’ & Groovin’. Have ants in

The Terre Hill Historical Society’s meeting is held the third Thursday of each month at 7:00 p.m. in the Terre Hill Community Center. The club encourages anyone who has an interest in Terre Hill and its rich history to come out to any meeting night and join them in this effort to preserve the history for future generations. Also, the Society is always looking for anyone who has old artifacts from Terre Hill’s past to add to their

your pants? No worries! Come to the Library for this interactive program with music, motion, sound, games and storytelling! Children will release some pent-up energy while learning to take turns, follow directions and be respectful to one another. Plus, they will discuss healthy habits during each session! Ages 3-7.

• Thursday, December 1 & 15, 4:00 p.m. - Tween Gamers Club. Join them for some relaxation and video games on their Nintendo

collection. If you wish to donate any items, they are always greatly appreciated. If you would like to become part of this group or wish to contribute your time or artifacts, please come on the third Thursday of each month to the Community Center, or email or call Ron at weaverbr@frontiernet.net or 717-466-6509. Please also call Ron if you are interested in a tour so an appointment can be scheduled.

Switch! Feel free to bring any multiplayer (4 or more players) games you wish to share with the group. Ages 10-12.

• Thursday, December 1, 8, 15 & 22, 4:30 p.m. – Imagination Workshop for Tweens. Each week they will explore a cool new project or activity like making a model city, writing letters or creating your own alien planet. Come prepared to have fun and maybe even learn something new! Ages 10-12.

• Thursday, December 1, 6:00 p.m. - Family Movie Night. Join them for a familyfriendly movie night. This month they will be watching “Sonic the Hedgehog 2” (2022). With Maddie and Tom away on vacation, things go awry for Sonic upon the unexpected return of the sinister Dr. Robotnik and his new ally, Knuckles. As the duo seeks out a powerful crystal capable of destroying the world, it is up to Sonic and Tails to thwart Dr. Robotnik’s schemes. Rated PG. 122 minutes. Popcorn provided. All ages are welcome!

• Friday, December 2, 11:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

– Community Blood Drive. Please call 1-800RED CROSS or visit RedCrossBlood.org and enter “Ephrata Library” to schedule an appointment. Ages 18+.

• Monday, December 3, 10:30 a.m. and 6:00 p.m.

- Need Health or Dental Insurance? Learn About the Pennsylvania Insurance Marketplace (Pennie). Insurance open enrollment for 2022/2023 began on Tuesday, November 1st and they want you to be prepared! The Pennsylvania Insurance Marketplace (a.k.a. Pennie) is the portal for Pennsylvania residents to find and purchase the healthcare plan that works best for them. A Pennie representative will explain what the insurance marketplace is, discuss available plans and financial assistance and show how to navigate the Pennie website. Ages 18+. A Northern Lancaster Hub event.

• Saturday, December 3, 2:00 p.m. - Cookies and Milk with Santa. Join them for a special visit with Santa! Enjoy a snack, childfriendly beverages, holiday art activities and fun with family and friends! All ages.

• Monday, December 5, 12 & 19, 10:00 a.m. - Story Time. Preschoolers are invited to this story time that integrates songs and concept-enriched finger-

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plays. Early literacy skills, including letter and sound introduction, are included in each story time. Large and small motor skills are practiced with simple art activities. Ages 4-7.

• Monday, December 5, 3:00 p.m. – Resume Writing Tips. Gain a better understanding of how to develop a resume that best represents you and how it can be used as a marketing tool. Taught by CareerLink™ Lancaster County. Funded through a grant from the Pennsylvania Department of Labor & Industry. Ages 18+.

• Monday, December 5 & 19, 3:30 p.m. - Dungeons and Dragons for Teens. Dungeons and Dragons is a game of imagination, fun, chaos and story. Play as a character you create and let the Dungeon Master take you on a journey to a mystical land. Cast spells, talk to and befriend NPCs. Everything is possible as long as you can roll the dice. Designed by teens, for teens. New players are welcome! No prior experience needed. Ages 13-18.

• Monday, December 5 & 19, 4:30 p.m. - Pop Open a Good Book. Children can enjoy getting to know different children’s authors. They’ll explore plots, illustrations and story structure with games, activities and stories. Popcorn will be served while reading books. Ages 5-9.

• Monday, December 5, 5:30 p.m. – Blockheadz Club. Build, design and create with Lego® bricks, figures and accessories all supplied by the library. Participate in various building challenges. The theme will be revealed when you arrive at the program. Ages 6-12.

• Tuesday, December 6, 13 & 20, 10:00 a.m. & 11:00 a.m. – Toddler Time. Toddlers and their caregivers are invited to this 30-minute story time that includes songs, short stories and learning-enriched art activities. Ages 2-4.

• Tuesday, December 6 & 13, 11:00 a.m. - Intermediate Word. In this two-part class, participants will be able to learn, understand and practice skills to create a flyer, insert and manipulate tables, use additional art features, use features in the design tab and create columns. This class expands on previously learned skills and deepens participants’ understanding of what the software is capable of. Funded through a grant from the Pennsylvania Department of Labor & Industry. Ages 18+.

• Tuesday, December 6, 13 & 20, 12:30 p.m. – Mahjong Club. Matching tiles has never been this much fun! Learn and play American Mahjong right here at the

library. They’ll meet weekly to give you lots of time to hone your skills. Ages 18+.

• Tuesday, December 6, 1:00 p.m. – Homeschool Club for Tweens.

Homeschoolers are invited to join them on the first Tuesday of the month for an afternoon of fun activities like painting, playing games and working together to

create a new board game! Ages 10-12.

• Tuesday, December 6, 13 & 20, 3:30 p.m. - Teen Gamers Club. Join them 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 13-18.

• Tuesday, December 6, 6:00 p.m. – Documentary Screening: “Fayi Dayil.” Ethiopian legend has it that khat, a stimulant leaf, was found by Sufi Imams in search of eternity. Inspired by this myth, Faya Dayi is a spiritual journey into the highlands of Harar immersed in the rituals of khat, a leaf that Sufi Muslims chewed for religious meditations –

and Ethiopia’s most lucrative cash crop today. Through the prism of the khat trade, Faya Dayi weaves a tapestry of intimate stories of people caught between violent government repression, khat-induced fantasies and treacherous journeys beyond their borders, and offers a window into the dreams of the youth who long for a better life. This event is a collaboration with POV, the award-winning independent nonfiction film series on PBS. (www.pbs.org/pov).

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Die Farewich Mudderschprooch

Es sin so ordlich Dinge

In de Deitsche Mudderschprooch, As e bissli gschpassich laude, Wann mer schtoddiet hinne nooch.

Mer saagt so Dinge gwehnlich Un mer denkt net even draa. Uscht harich nau zu was ich saag, Vielleicht muscht lache aa!

Wann ich en nochberlich Schtick dann duh Fer freindlich sei zu Leit, Dann saage sie, “Ich schmeiss en Schtee In dei Gaarde moll some Zeit.”

Was wett ich mit en anner Schtee? Sin blendi nau schun doh. Ich wunner, macht en anner Schtee Mich glicklich odder froh?

Wann ebbes zu viel Badder is, Dann wesch ich glei die Hend Un saag de Leit, “Du weescht, Sell’s zu viel Zucker fer en Cent!”

Un mei Daadi hot des oftmols gsaat, Wann’s widder Zeit waar fer schaffe: “Des kaaft de Bopp ken Frack.” Sell hot uns all gmacht lache.

Un wann die Kinner zu viel Yacht Gemacht hen, wie Kinner duhne, Dann hot der Pap als gsaat zu uns: “Sell is moll genunk Hoi hunne!”

“So bees sie hot net Buhne gsaat!” “Zopp an dei eegne Naas!” Die Sache laude gschpassich Un wann mer zu viel raast.

Dann is mer “schusslich” ewwe, Un sie saage glei zu dich: “Ferwas heebscht net dei Hosse? Du bischt ganz newich dich!”

Mer benaamt so viel so Sache, As en Deel vum Kareber is: “Er schpitzt die Ohre; ihr Naas is zu katz!” “Er hot langi Finger, gewiss!”

“Er hot Gnepp hinnech de Ohre,” Wann er wennich nixnutzich is, Un’s “noch net drucke hinnich de Ohre,” Wann er yung un unschuldich is.

Un “ich geh iwwer der Damm,”

Wann ich wunnerbaar verschtaunt bin;

Un es nemmt “bis die Kieh heem kumme,” Wann ich ordlich lang waard fer en Ding.

Sis vielleicht “en Haas in de Peffer,”

Un vielleicht “en Mick in der Mehl,”

Un ich saag, “Geh, badder die Katz!” Wann ich leedich bin Kinner-Gegweel.

Ebmols “schtreckt mer eem nooch de Deck,” Wann’s Geld in de Sack is all fatt; Un “sell glaabt der Jecky Keller net!” Is noch so en alder Schpruchwatt.

So sehscht du die Mudderschprooch farewich Un du sehscht as des Deitsch hebt viel Gschpass; So loss uns so Rede net vergesse, En Hatz gschpiert so gut wann mer lacht.

March 28, 1984 ***

The Colorful Mother-Tongue

There are many things

In this German mother-tongue That sound a bit strange, If one reflects on the matter.

One says these things habitually And one does not even think about it. Just listen now to what I say, Maybe you’ll have to laugh too!

If I do a neighborly deed To be friendly to folks, They say, “I’ll throw a stone In your garden sometime.”

What would I want with another stone? There are plenty here already. I wonder, would another stone Make me lucky or happy?

When something is too much trouble, Then I soon wash my hands And say, “You know That’s too much sugar for a cent!”

And my father often said, When it was time to go back to work: “This won’t buy the baby a dress,” This made us all laugh.

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(Originally published in the July 31, 1985 issue of The Shopping News)
Es Pennsilfaanisch Deitsch Eck
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By: e Late C. Richard Beam

And when the children made Too much noise, as children do, Father used to say to us:

“You have enough hay down now!”

“So angry she couldn’t say ‘Beans!’” “Tug at your own nose!”

These expressions sound strange And if you rush about too much.

Then one is just clumsy, And they soon say to you:

“Why don’t you hold your pants?”

“You are besides yourself!”

One names so many things, That are part of the body:

“He points his ears; her nose is too short!”

“He has long fingers for sure!”

“He has lumps behind his ears,” If he has been naughty, And “not yet dry behind the ears,” If he is young and innocent.

And ‘I’ll go over the dam,” When I am very surprised; And it takes “till the cows come home,” If I wait a long time for something.

Perhaps there is “rabbit in the pepper,” And maybe “a fly in the flour,” And I say, “Go bother the cat!” When I am tired of children nagging.

Sometimes “one stretches oneself according to the cover,” When ones pocket money is gone; And “not even Jake Keller believes that!” Is another old proverb.

So you see the mother-tongue colorful And you see German is fun; So let’s not forget our speech, A heart feels so good when one laughs. ***

In DIE FAREWICH MUDDERSCHPROOCH, Gladys S. Martin has utilized old sayings that she has heard in the dialect. She wrote to us on March 5, “I know there are poems in the dialect using Pennsylvania German proverbs. I do enjoy the proverbs very much, but I wanted to try something different.”

Gladys is wondering how many of these old sayings and expressions are familiar to us? She continues, “Some I imagine are widespread, while others are quite probably just local sayings. I think the one about ‘Jecky Keller’ is probably a local one. But it was used very often when I was a child. It would be interesting to hear other old halfforgotten Pennsylvania Dutch sayings that other readers might remember.”

We are again indebted to Gladys S. Martin for an original poem and for her suggestion that other readers share their memories of similar sayings and expressions with us.

LIEWI LESER! Take out a few minutes of your time and jot down some of the sayings and expressions in the dialect which come to mind as you reread DIE FAREWICH MUDDERSPROOCH - and then mail them to us, so we can share them with all of our readers! (It always helps if you give them in Dutch, then in English.)

So, a final salute with unser Deitscher Schtrohhut to Gladys Martin of Glenwood Drive, do in Effredaa!

***

July 31, 1985

En Bischli-Gnippli as alli Gebott Druwwel hot sich noch de Deck zu schtrecke!

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and Make Crafts available from 10:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. Short Christmas movie throughout the day.

• Model Train Display - Saturday, December 10 – 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.; Tuesday, December 13 –10:00 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.; Thursday, December 15 – 3:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.; Friday, December 163:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m.; and Saturday, December 17 – 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Displays created by Lavon Stauffer, Greg Phillips, and friends.

• Santa’s MailboxThursday, December 1 through Friday, December 23. Children may drop a letter in Santa’s Mailbox, in the children’s area of the library. Write your child’s full name and address on their letter to get a reply from Santa.

• Tai Chi Easy - Tuesday, December 6 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

Amvets Post 136 Supports Keystone Military Families

Shopping News Photo by Donald Reese

Amvets Post 136 Home Association is a military or veterans organization in Ephrata whose mission is: To promote and strengthen friendship and fellowship among American veterans.

Partnering with Blue Ridge on their 13th annual Keystone Military Families’ (KMF) Stockings for Soldiers initiative, the Ephrata Amvets Board of Trustees recently approved a $500 monetary donation to the project.

Every dollar raised for KMF’s Stockings for Soldiers helps fund the packing of holiday stockings filled with food, hygiene products, holiday decorations, Christmas cards, and other requested items and shipping them to a deserving soldier.

Cindy Mellinger, Central

pick up new recommended reads. Contact dguscott@ lititzlibrary.org for more information.

Children/Families

• Cruise into Kindergarten - Monday, December 19 at 6:30 p.m. This Pennsylvania early literacy program is based on the national “Every Child Ready to Read” program. After hearing a story, the child and caregiver will visit different stations that will help with skills needed to start school. They will make learning fun! Program will be held monthly. Geared for ages 3-6.

PA Coordinator for KMF Stockings for Soldiers, and Marketing & Community Relations Coordinator for Blue Ridge, stated, “We are extremely grateful to the Amvets Post 136 for their

intervention that works for any population. It uses slow and careful movement without strain to strengthen the body’s own healing forces and is medically proven to support disease prevention, accelerate healing, and reduce stress. A blend of gentle movement, breath and meditation. This class can be practiced standing, walking, sitting in

a chair and even lying down. All abilities welcome. Online registration began on Tuesday, November 22.

• Astronomy Enthusiasts of Lancaster CountyWednesday, December 7 at 6:00 p.m. No registration required.

• Morning Yoga - Every Friday at 9:00 a.m. – No Yoga Fridays, December

Shown in the photo, from

left to right, are: Joe Dunn, Amvets Board Trustee; Cindy Mellinger, KMF Representative; Gene Raihl, Amvets Finance Officer; and Amy Ray, Amvets Manager. 9 9 9 9

9 and 16. 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.

• Baked Books Book Club - Tuesday, December 13 at 2:00 p.m. Baked Books will meet the second Tuesday of every month at 2:00 p.m. Come join them for their Baked Books Book Club. Read the book and taste the dessert! To register contact Diane at dguscott@ lititzlibrary.org. December they will be discussing

“A Christmas Carol” by Charles Dickens. They will be tasting Plum Pudding.

• Painting ClubWednesdays, December 14 and 28 at 12:30 p.m. Meet the second and fourth Wednesday of each month. Bring your own painting supplies. Get together with others to paint and socialize. No registration required.

• BYOB – Bring Your Own Book (Club)Thursday, December 22 at 2:00 p.m. A non-traditional book club for adults. Instead of reading a predetermined title, they share what they are currently reading and

• Holiday StoryWalk® - A StoryWalk® combines two healthy activities, taking a walk and reading a book. It is a self-directed activity for people of all ages, which encourages participants to read a children’s picture book in stages while walking along a short path.

The Lititz Public Library’s holiday StoryWalk® title is “Click, Clack, Ho! Ho! Ho!” by Doreen Cronin. Once again, Duck has gotten the whole barnyard STUCK in quite a predicament! Will anyone be able to un-stuck Duck and save Christmas?

The StoryWalk® begins to the right of the entrance to the Lititz Public Library and moves counterclockwise around the library.

• Coming Soon! - Indoor Storytime - Monday, January 23 through Monday, March 23 (Evening classes available). Online registration begins Monday, January 9 at 7:00 a.m.

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Lititz
Events

FRI., DECEMBER 2

- A Christmas Hymn and Carol Sing will be held at Reformed Presbyterian Church, 21 East Locust St., Ephrata, at 7:00 p.m. The entire family is welcome. For more info., call 717733-0462.

FRI., DECEMBER 2 -

SUN., DECEMBER 4 -

Christmas In The Park will be held at the Terre Hill Park, 210 Lancaster Ave., Terre Hill, from 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. each day. There will be a Christmas light trail, music, food, children’s activities, a live nativity and crafts.

SAT., DECEMBER 3Brickerville United Luth eran Church, 340 East 28th Division Hwy., Lititz, will hold their Annual Christmas Bazaar, from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon. Food, home made soup, homemade crafts and jewelry.

SAT., DECEMBER 3 - A Free Lunch will be held at City Gate, 100 East Main St., Ephrata, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. or while supplies last.

SAT., DECEMBER 3

- The Keystone Chapter European Train Enthusiasts will celebrate their 25th anniversary with an Open House/Train Display, from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at 217 Terrace Ave., Ephrata. There is no cost for admission, but donations are accepted. For more info., call Chris at 717-5752808.

SAT., DECEMBER 3Emmanuel United Metho dist Church, 11 North Church St., Brownstown, will hold its Annual Soup Sale, from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Many types available. Take out only.

SAT., DECEMBER 3 - The Ephrata American Legion will hold a Holiday Celebration Event for the Toys For Tots program with the band “Easily Amused.” Doors open at 6:00 p.m. and band starts at 7:00 p.m. There will be food, beverages and prizes.

SAT., DECEMBER 3An Indoor Flea Market will be held at the War Memorial Building, 54 West Main St., Leola, from 7:00 a.m. to

1:00 p.m. Proceeds benefit the Veterans. For more info., call 717-65 6-6154.

SAT., DECEMBER 3

- Wiest Church, 48 South King St., Schoeneck, will hold a Christmas Cookie and Santa Workshop (gifts for children to buy for family), from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

SAT., DECEMBER 3Coleman Memorial Chapel, 1980 Furnace Hills Pike, Lititz, will hold a Christmas Bazaar from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

SUN., DECEMBER 4 - Reamstown Church of God, 400 Pfautz Hill Rd., Stevens, will host the program “Behold Him” by One A-Chord Community Choir, at 6:00 p.m. Free admission. An offering will be received. For more info., call 717-575-8178.

SUN., DECEMBER 4St. Stephen Reformed Church, 249 East Main St., New Holland, will hold Carols, Cookies and Cocoa at 4:00 p.m.

FRI., DECEMBER 9 - Stevens Fire Company, 91 Stevens Road, Stevens, will hold Bingo from 6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. For more info., call 717-336-4200.

Say You Saw It In “The Shopping News” - Wednesday, November 30, 2022 - 11A
hings to do... and PLACES TO GO T Shopping newS Crossword Puzzle Every Wednesday Doors Open at 5:00 P.M. Games Start at 6:45 P.M. NEW PLAYERS BRING AD FOR $5.00 OFF PACKAGE Ephrata American Legion Bingo Bingoat Let’s PLAY Join us for the fun! Early Bird Special All New Higher Payout Program! The Bulletin Board Assorted Homemade Christmas Cookies Saturday, December 3 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. CHRISTMAS COOKIE AND SANTA’S WORKSHOP 48 South King Street, Schoeneck, PA (Please use rear entrance on Cherry Alley) Gockley Rd Airy Rd. W. Queen St Schoeneck Rd. S. King St E.QueenSt St inmetz Rd. N. Ki n gSt Schoene k Swampbr i geRd Martin ir Mart n Ci Parking lot off street behind church Denver PA PA Turnpike Entrance to Rt. 272 & Ephrata, PA 76 SANTA’S WORKSHOP 50¢ gifts for children to buy for family Kids! Please join us for a free COMMUNITY NIGHT OF ACAPPELLA CHRISTMAS MUSIC Saturday, December 3, 2016 7:00 P.M. Reinholds Station Trinity Chapel 114 E. Main St., Reinholds, PA 17569 717 336 6846 The Wayfaring Strangers Chorus Please join us for a free COMMUNITY NIGHT OF ACAPPELLA CHRISTMAS MUSIC featuring Saturday, December 3, 2016 7:00 P.M. Reinholds Station Trinity Chapel Reinholds, PA 17569 6846 Please join us for a free Afternoon Concert in the Chapel The Swamp Lutheran Church Handbell Choir Under the direction of Mr. Doug Kulp Reinholds Station Trinity Chapel 114 E. Main St. Reinholds, PA 17569 717-336-6846 Dec. 9 & 10 and Dec. 16 & 17 An Exciting Walk-Through Nativity With Over 70 Actors and Animals Available Time Slots: Fridays 6-8:40 P.M., Saturdays 5-8:40 P.M. FREE ADMISSION AN OFFERING WILL BE RECEIVED OneAChordMinistries.org 717-575-8178 PRESENTED BY COMMUNITY CHOIR SUNDAY, DECEMBER 4, 6:00 PM Reamstown Church of God 400 Pfautz Hill Road, Stevens SUNDAY, DECEMBER 11, 6:30 PM Lancaster Evangelical Free Church 419 Pierson Road, Lititz Coleman Memorial Chapel Vendors • Homemade Items Baked Goods, Candy & Soup Christmas Items Saturday, December 3rd 8:00 AM - 3:00 PM 1980 Furnace Hills Pike, Lititz (Brickerville) Vendors Call Jen At 717-202-5120. Sun., Dec. 4th • 4 P.M. We invite you to join us for a time of Christmas celebration! Carols, Cookies & Cocoa St. Stephen Reformed Church 249 E. Main St., New Holland • www.ststephenpca.org • St. Stephen Choir & Musicians. • Singing of your favorite Christmas Hymns. • Cookies & Cocoa in upstairs Fellowship Hall after the program! (Continued On Page 12A)

FRI., DECEMBER 9 &

SAT., DECEMBER 10Historic Schaefferstown will partner with Paul’s U.C.C. Church to host the Annual Christkindlmarkt at 1304 Heidelberg Ave., Schaeffers town. Friday from 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., and Saturday from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Entry and parking are free. For more info., call Harriet Faren at 717-304-9398.

SAT., DECEMBER 10

- Reinholds Station Trinity

Chapel, 114 East Main St., Reinholds, will host the Swamp Lutheran Church Handbell Choir at 2:00 p.m. For more info., call 717336-6846.

SAT., DECEMBER 10A Free Lunch will be held at City Gate, 100 East Main St., Ephrata, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. or while supplies last.

SAT., DECEMBER 10The Akron Fire Company Ladies Auxiliary will hold a Craft Show, from 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at 1229 Main St., Akron. Refreshments available. For more info., call Sara Bucher at 717330-8317.

SAT., DECEMBER 10 - Conestoga Valley

Homeschoolers is hosting a Handcraft Fair at Dove Westgate Church, Ephrata, from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon. Free admission. For more info., email kstrohecker@hotmail.com.

SUN., DECEMBER 11 - Lancaster Evangelical Free Church, 419 Pierson Rd., Lititz, will host the program “Behold Him” by One A-Chord Community Choir, at 6:00 p.m. Free admission. An offering will be received. For more info., call 717-575-8178.

FRI., DECEMBER 16Stevens Fire Company, 91 Stevens Road, Stevens, will hold Holiday Bingo at 6:00 p.m. For more info., call 717-336-4200.

SAT., DECEMBER 17A Free Lunch will be held at City Gate, 100 East Main St., Ephrata, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. or while supplies last.

SAT., DECEMBER 17Stevens Fire Company, 91 Stevens Road, Stevens, will hold a Christmas Program.

For more info., call 717336-4200.

SUN., DECEMBER 18 - Coleman Memorial Chapel, 1980 Furnace Hills Pike, Lititz, will hold a Candlelight Service at 7:00 p.m. featuring local musicians.

SAT., DECEMBER 24 - A Free Breakfast will be held at City Gate, 100 East Main St., Ephrata, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. or while supplies last.

SUN., DECEMBER 25 - The three churches in Brownstown (Carpenter’s Community, Emanuel United Methodist and Ebenezer (Brownstown) E.C.) are offering a Free Christmas Dinner, from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. to anyone who can’t afford a dinner. Take out meals are available. For more info. or to schedule a meal delivery, call 717-656-7570. The dinner will be held at the West Earl Fire Company, 14 School Lane, Brownstown.

SAT., DECEMBER 31A Free Lunch will be held at City Gate, 100 East Main St., Ephrata, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. or while supplies last.

MON., JANUARY 2The Ephrata High School Class of 1955 will hold their first month lunch at 11:30 a.m. at the Udder Choice Restaurant. The class will no longer meet for breakfast next year.

FRI., MARCH 3 - SUN., MARCH 5 - Mennonite and Brethren Marriage Encounter will be held at the Heritage Hotel, Lancaster. For more info., call 717-569-5676.

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hings to do... and PLACES TO GO T You’re Invited! Good Sipler Funeral & Cremation Centre’s Sunday, December 4 • 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. 2nd Annual Holiday Open House! Accepting Mittens/Gloves & Canned Food Donation for Ephrata Area Social Services. This Is A Free Event With Plenty Of Parking! Marie L. Sipler, Supervisor & Funeral Director Treats, snow-themed decorations, children’s games and activities, carolers and staff in costume, reading of Christmas stories, special giveaways, antiques on display, appearances of Elsa, Anna and Kristoff, and Golden Retrievers from The Delaware Valley Golden Retriever Rescue. 34 North Reamstown Road, Reamstown, PA 17567 (Stevens, PA for GPS) 717-336-4909 • www.goodfuneral.com Santa Paws is Coming to Ephrata Rec! Sunday, December 11th 10:00 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. Bring your favorite furry friend to have their picture taken with Santa! Fee: $10 (1) 5”x7” Portrait Photography by Captured by Missi Photography. Holiday dog treats/gifts for sale. Proceeds Benefit: Ephrata Rec Center For more info. call the Rec at 717-738-1167 x106 Vendor Discounts Storewide! Free Food, Gifts and a Drawing! 10,000 Sq. Ft. • 20 Vendors • 2 Shops Christmas Open House & Sale December 2 & 3 Reg. Hours: Mon.-Thurs. 10-4; Fri. & Sat. 10-5 245 Gristmill Rd., New Holland, PA 17557 Rt. 322 between Ephrata and Blue Ball Gifts, Decor, Art, Antiques & MORE! Don’t Miss It! ADVERTISE THEM HERE. THE SHOPPING NEWS 516niaM,.tS ,atarhpE22571 717-738-1151 F o o d S p e c i a l s ? Stop ‘n Shop at Martindale Fire Company 527 Gristmill Rd., Ephrata Wednesday, December 7, 2022 8:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. Amway Mary & Martha Co ee Brook Soap Co. Creative Memories Grandma’s Lullabye L&L Stamps Mary Kay Mandie & Me (Silicone Toys) Macrame & Leggings Pampered Chef Princess House Cutco Usborne Books Tupperware Vinyl Wall Words 21 Scents Bows, Candy Sundaes and Homemade Cards Freeze Dried Fruit Treats Lila Rose (Hair Accessories) Melaleuca Norwex Party Lite Reign Sisel Shaklee Scentsy irty-One Bags, Doll Clothes, Books Lemon Grass Spa ermos & Mugs (Hand engraving available) Tea Towels & Homemade Rags Doterra Food by Martindale Fire Co. Ladies Auxiliary Any questions, call Janet at 717-733-0372. NEW YORK CITY DAY TRIPS 1 DAY TO DO AS YOU PLEASE IN NYC! Saturday, December 17th Pickup at Elite Coach at 7 am, Return 10:30 pm Transportation $75/per. 1 DAY MEMORIAL & MUSEUM IN NYC! Saturday, March 4th, 2023 Pickup at Elite Coach at 7 am, Return 8:30 pm Museum Ticket & Transportation $105/per., $99/senior See the Lights & Sights | Shopping | Dining & More! Hear the Story | See Artifacts | Tour 110,000 sq. ft. Museum Visit our website for more trips! WarmWindTours.com BOOK NOW FOR EARLY BIRD SAVINGS! 5 Day Tybee Island & Savannah, GA Akron Fire Company Ladies Auxiliary 1229 Main St., Akron, PA 17501 SAT., DEC. 10 8AM - 1PM Questions? Please contact Sara Bucher at 717-330-8317. Craft Show Akron Volunteer Fire Company 25+ Crafters! Refreshments Available The Bulletin Board (Continued From Page 11A)

ELANCO Library Events

The Eastern Lancaster County Library is located at 11 Chestnut Drive, New Holland. Their hours are Monday, Wednesday, and Thursday, 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m., and Tuesday, Friday, and Saturday 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Visit www.elancolibrary. org for library events, happenings, and offerings. Call 717-354-0525 or email adagostino@elancolibrary. org with questions.

Check out the library’s new eResource, Flipster! It provides instant access to the magazines you know & love in an easy-to-read digital format, free of charge to you. All you need is your library card. For more information and to get started, see: https://elancolibrary.org/ flipster-digital-magazines/.

You can get so much more than books with your library card! Call or visit them to borrow museum passes, a ukulele, STEM kits, games, American Girl dolls, thematic kits, and more!

ELANCO Library’s Operational Campaign 2022 is underway! Help them meet their fundraising goal of $112,000. Visit https:// elancolibrary.org/donate/ to contribute. Thank you!

• Teen Tuesday Special Edition: Finding Financial Freedom with Christina Diehl - Tuesday, December 6 at 3:30 p.m. Join them for an extra special edition of Teen Tuesdays with local author, real estate agent, and investor Christina Diehl! Ms.

Diehl will discuss her latest book, MoneyGirl: How You Can Attract Wealth, Nurture Your Soul, And Obtain Financial Freedom, and provide helpful information on spending, saving, giving, homebuying, and much more. Then, participants will form teams and compete to see who can most successfully navigate the financial challenge dealt them.

• Special Edition Story time: Money – Earn, Save, Spend, Give - Wednesday, December 7 at 10:30 a.m. Explore the basics of money and finance with age-appropriate stories and activities. It’s not too early to help your child become financially literate.

• Lego Creation ClubThursday, December 8 at 6:00 p.m. They’ll build themed creations out of Lego® Bricks that will be displayed in the Library.

• Music & MovementSaturday, December 10 at 11:00 a.m. Sing, dance, chant, listen to music, move, and play instruments, while exploring the patterns and sounds that make up our language. This musical storytime is designed to promote language develop ment and reading readiness skills while providing young children with joyful introductions to a variety of music and music-making experiences. Also a great storytime experience for active children who do not enjoy sitting still. For ages 0-6 with parent or caregiver.

• Beyond Dementia 101: Details of the JourneySaturday, December 10 at 2:00 p.m. Steve Klotz, coordinator of Dementia Friendly Lancaster County,

discusses the phases of dementia and what to expect along the journey, from the perspective of a person with dementia and from the perspective of a care partner. This program will include a segment on dealing with holidays as a care partner and time for Q & A.

• Hooks and Needles: Yarn Craft Club - Monday, December 12 at 6:30 p.m. Are you crafty with a needle (or two)? Would you like a little company to talk shop with while you knit or crochet? Join them at the Library! Beginners welcome! They’ll get you started on your first project.

• Coffee & Conversation: Discussion with Differences - Wednesday, December 14 at 10:30 a.m. A conversation

circle where you can meet and socialize with other adults in your community. Poems of Maya Angelou, Wendell Berry, Naomi Shihab Nye and others serve as the starting point for discussions on what unites and what divides people. Bring your own coffee; light

refreshments will be served.

• STEM Workshop: Gin gerbread House Construction Zone - Saturday, December 17 at 11:00 a.m. Attention builders and engineers of all ages! Stop by the ELANCO library to design and decor ate your own gingerbread house to take home. Don’t

miss this delicious STEM challenge! To ensure they have adequate materials, registration is required! (Registration for this event will open Thursday, Dec ember 1)

• Preschool StorytimeEvery Tuesday at 10:30 a.m. Preschoolers are invited to enjoy themed books, songs, rhymes and movement activities while building language and literacy skills. For ages 3-6 and siblings.

• Teen Tuesday ClubsEvery Tuesday from 3:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Join one of their teen clubs that meet on Tuesdays throughout the month! Each week they will come together to explore one of the following topics: STEM, creative writing, arts and crafts, or book discussions. For ages 12 and up. Visit https:// elancolibrary.org/events for details.

• Toddler ThursdaysEvery Thursday at 10:30 a.m. Toddlers will dance, zoom, scoot, and hop between stories selected to promote language develop ment. All adults are expected to participate and encourage the children to join in the fun. For ages 0-3 and siblings.

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Shopping News Photo by Donald Reese Cocalico Senior High School has named the following students as class officers for 2024. Shown, from left to right, are Natalie McDevitt (Secretary), Hannah Bruce (President), Paige Reeser (Vice President) and Emily Menet (Treasurer).

Be Sure of What’s Pure!

by Pastor Ricky Kurth

“Unto the pure all things are pure…” (Titus 1:15).

Boy, a verse like that sure begs the questions, “Who are these pure people, and why are all things pure for them?”

Well, the word “pure” just means “clean,” as we see

when Solomon asked, “Who can say, I have made my heart clean, I am pure from my sin?” (Pr. 20:9).

The answer to this rhetorical question is that none of us can make our heart clean! That’s why we need God to save and purify us. So when sinners believe the gospel, God saves them by His grace, “purifying their hearts by faith” (cf. Acts 15:9)—so much so that Paul could tell even the carnal Corinthians that they were “washed” clean because they were saved (I Cor. 6:11).

That means the “pure” people in our text are saved people. But when Paul says that “all things are pure” unto the pure, it doesn’t take

a Bible scholar to know that he can’t be saying that sinful things are pure for saved people.

No, in the context, Paul is telling Titus how to deal

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with “vain talkers…of the circumcision” (Titus 1:10), unsaved Jews who were teaching the “vain jangling” of the Law (cf. I Tim. 1:6,7). These teachers of the law

were probably insisting that certain meats were “unclean” for the pure because the law said they were (Lev. 11:4-8 etc.). For nearly 1500 years, Jews under the law would not eat impure foods.

Of course, Gentiles who were not under the law would eat anything. That’s one of the reasons the Lord called the Gentiles “dogs” (Mt. 15:26), for a dog will eat anything! Your dog might be a fussy eater, but even he will eat anything if he is hungry enough.

But today, in the dispensation of grace, we are all “baptized into one body, whether we be Jews or Gentiles” (I Cor. 12:13). That means when our apostle Paul says that “we are not under

law, but under grace” (Rom. 6:15), even Jewish believers are free to eat meats that God once classified as unclean.

That’s why Paul wrote that “commanding to abstain from meats” (I Tim. 4:3) is one of the many “doctrines of devils” that we should avoid (v. 1). If you take a doctrine that God gave specifically to people in one dispensation and impose it on people in another dispensation, it becomes a doctrine of devils.

When Paul added that “every creature of God is good, and nothing to be refused” (v. 4), that’s just another way of saying, “unto the pure all things are pure.”

The apostle expressed this truth again when he wrote,

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“…the kingdom of God is not meat and drink all things indeed are pure” (Rom. 14:17,20).

Had Paul written those words during Old Testament times, someone would have steered him to Leviticus 11 and reminded him that the kingdom of God did involve meat and drink under the law. Then they would have led him out to be stoned for saying otherwise!

I know there are many who insist that unclean meats are still impure for the pure, but the only reason God pronounced certain foods unclean was to teach the Jews that certain people were unclean—the unsaved Gentiles (Lev. 20:24,25). We know that Peter understood this, for after the Lord told him he could eat unclean meats (Acts 10:9-16), he said about the Gentiles, “God hath shewed me that I should not call any man common or unclean” (Acts 10:28).

So to say that certain meats are unclean today under grace is to say that the Gentiles are still unclean, and God says otherwise. It’s better to agree with Him when He says, “unto the pure all things are pure.”

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Births

BEILER, Kevin and Kathryn, Narvon, a daughter, at UPMC Lititz.

CLARK, Lexi Rae, and Quasheern Taylor, Lititz, a daughter, at UPMC Lititz.

CUSTER, Randy T. and Amanda (Clark), New Holland, a daughter, at Women & Babies Hospital.

DARROW, Caleb L. and Brianna (Ringler), Ephrata, a son, at Women & Babies Hospital.

DISSINGER, Phillip and Phylicia, Ephrata, a son, at Women & Babies Hospital.

FOX, Jared and Danelle (Bauman), Denver, a daughter, at Women & Babies Hospital.

HOOVER, Nelson and Sheryl (Zimmerman), Ephrata, a daughter, at home.

KASHNER, Amanda, and Mitchell E. DeHart, Denver, a son, at Women & Babies Hospital.

MARTIN, Daniel L. and Angela M. (Fox), Lititz, a son, at home.

MARTIN, Jerlyn and Kayla (Hoover), Lititz, a

son, at Birth Care and Family Health Services, Bart.

MARTIN, Michael Allen and Norma Burkholder (Martin), Denver, a son, at UPMC Lititz.

MILLER, Tim and Olivia, Lititz, a son, at Women & Babies Hospital.

MITCHELL, Jeffrey and Emily, Lititz, a son, at UPMC Lititz.

POWELL, Ashley, and Brandon L. Lantz, New Holland, a son, at Women & Babies Hospital.

PROKURAT, Andrew and Auriel (Wickenheiser), Lititz, a son, at UPMC Lititz.

STOLTZFUS, Michael and Lillian (King), Narvon, a son, at home.

WEAVER, Darrell H. and Carolyn J. (Martin), New Holland, a son, at home.

ZIMMERMAN, Ervin N. and Amy H. (Leid), Ephrata, a daughter, at home.

ZOOK, Marvin and Susan (Esch), East Earl, a son, at home.

Five teenage cadet members of Jesse Jones Squadron 304, Civil Air Patrol earned promotions and awards at their Monday, November 14 meeting.

Cadet Joel T. Kirk, of Lancaster, was promoted to Cadet Airman and received the Curry Award. Cadet Technical Sergeant Jereco L. Acosta, of Lancaster, was promoted to Cadet Master Sergeant and received his

Achievement Five Award. Cadets Senior Master Sergeants Slater J. Shannon, of East York, Aaron R. Keohane, of Pequea and Trevor A. Jones, of East Earl, were promoted to Chief Master Sergeants and received their Goddard Award.

Jesse Jones Squadron 304 meets each Monday (except holidays) at 7:00 p.m. in the Venture Jets hangar, which

is located, on the airport near the intersection of Lititz Pike and Millport Road. Visitors are always welcome.

Shown in the photo, from left to right, are Cadet Airman Joel Kirk, Cadet Master Sergeant Jereco Acosta, Cadets Chief Master Sergeants Slater Shannon, Aaron Keohane, and Trevor Jones of Jesse Jones Squadron 304.

November 25

Tiana L. Zimmerman, 2, daughter of Marlin and Esther Mae Zimmerman, East Earl.

November 30

Rylan Cooper Englerth, 12, son of Mike Rineer and Morgan Englerth, Ronks, grandson of Doug and Mary Rineer, Leola, and Nancy Englerth, Blue Ball.

Jolene N. Oberholtzer, 3, daughter of Leon and Mary Ann Oberholtzer, Ephrata.

December 1

Thomas Lydell Martin, 2, son of Lydell and Alisha Martin, Denver.

December 3

Ellie Noelle Weaver, 3, daughter of Mark and Janelle Weaver, East Earl.

Ethan Neil Weaver, 3, son of Mark and Janelle Weaver, East Earl.

December 4

Delbert O. Fox, 3, son of Irvin and Vera Fox, Ephrata.

Emily S. Hoover, 5, daughter of Wayne and Erla Hoover, Narvon.

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* On November 28, 1967, England’s National Hunt Committee, following the advice of the Ministry of Agriculture, canceled all horse racing in the country due to new outbreaks of foot­and­mouth disease.

* On November 29, 1972, Atari released the table tennis­themed arcade video game Pong. While originally designed as a training

exercise by creator Allan Alcorn, Atari’s founders were pleased enough by its quality to manufacture it. The first commercially successful video game, it would prove instrumental in launching that industry.

* On November 30, 1982, Michael Jackson released his sixth solo studio album, “Thriller.” Earning a record 12 Grammy nominations and ultimately becoming the best­selling record album in music history, the title song’s

video is the only one to be inducted into the National Film Registry of the Library of Congress.

* On December 1, 1891, our beloved sport of basketball was created by Dr. James Naismith, a physical education instructor at the YMCA International Training School in Springfield, Massachusetts, after he was asked by his boss to create an indoor game that would help athletes stay in shape during cold weather.

Peach baskets served as the hoops, along with a soccerstyle ball, and each time a point was scored, the game was paused so the janitor could fetch a ladder to retrieve the ball.

* On December 2, 2020, the U.N. Commission on Narcotic Drugs removed cannabis from the list of most dangerous drugs of the international drug control treaty, which included such highly addictive substances as heroin, opium,

morphine, methadone and cocaine, although the U.N. still considers cannabis a controlled substance.

* On December 3, 1926, mystery novel maven Agatha Christie pulled a disappearing act from her home in Surrey, England. She rematerialized nearly two weeks later at a hotel in the spa town of Harrogate, where journalist Ritchie Calder found her using her husband’s mistress’s surname as a notable pseudonym.

* On December 4, 1875, William M. “Boss” Tweed, who notoriously led New York City’s Democratic political machine, escaped from his cell at the Ludlow Street Jail and went into hiding even as a civil case for misuse of city funds proceeded against him. Found guilty in absentia, Tweed fled again, to Spain, but was quickly captured there and returned to New York to serve his sentence.

Students Of The Month Recognized Rotary Club Recognizes Stauffer As Student Of The Month

At a recent Board meeting, Garden Spot High School Principal, Dr. Matthew Sanger, presented to the Board and recognized their Students of the Month Rebecca Gortman, Elizabeth Matsanka, Katelyn Davis and Alan Krock.

Rebecca Gortman is a freshman and the daughter of Gina and Vladimir Gorman of Narvon. She has received Honor Roll since middle school and is involved in the Youth Alive Club.

Elizabeth Matsanka is a sophomore and the daughter of Colleen Christ of New Holland, and Kevin Matsanka. She is a member of the cheerleading squad and President of the class of 2025.

Katelyn Davis is a junior and the daughter of Dana and Michael Davis of East Earl. She has taken several honors courses and received Honor Roll since middle school. She is also a member

of the cheerleading squad.

Alan Krock is a senior and the son of Brad and Sharon Krock of Narvon. He has taken several AP courses and maintained Honor Roll status since middle school. He is also a member of the cross­country team.

Shown in the photo, from left to right, is Rebecca Gortman, Alan Krock, Katelyn Davis and Elizabeth Matsanka.

Savannah Stauffer, daughter of Cheyenne and Virginia Stauffer, was recognized as the Ephrata High School October Student of the Month by the Denver­Ephrata Area Rotary Club. Savannah is a senior at Ephrata High School. She is a member of the National Honor Society, German NHS and Science NHS, where she serves as president. She is part of the yearbook club, Link Crew,

and serves as president of the Bible study group. Savannah has volunteered on three different mission trips with her church, one in Pennsylvania, one in Tennessee, and one in Costa Rica. She also volunteers on the worship team at her church, and with her youth group on a number of one­ or two­day projects including painting, picking up roadside trash, and

Blessings of Hope. Her future plans include going to college for a Bachelor of Science in Nursing, and working in a hospital setting.

Shown in the photo, from left to right, are Virginia Stauffer (mother), Savannah Stauffer, Tyler Eberly (Rotary President) and Dr. Scott Galen (Rotary Member).

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Obituaries

Eleanor D. (Cory) Hertzog

Eleanor D. (Cory)

Hertzog of New Holland passed away on Thursday, November 24, 2022 in the Summerfield Skilled Nursing Unit at Garden Spot Village in New Holland, PA. She was 95. Eleanor lived most of her life in the King of Prussia area before moving to Garden Spot Village. She attended Springfield (Montgomery County) High School, graduating in 1945. She worked her entire career for the phone company Verizon. She

worked in the drafting and engineering departments. Eleanor loved watching and attending Philadelphia Phillies games. She also loved working in her garden.

Born in Conshohocken, PA on August 15, 1927, she was a daughter of the late George and Eleanor (Metz) Cory. She was the wife of the late Walter Hertzog, who passed away in 2000. Surviving is her loving family including her sister, Anna Cressman of New Holland, PA; nephew, William A.

Hunter, Jr. of New Holland, PA; as well as many other loving relatives and friends. She was preceded in death by two sisters, Margaret Cory and Mary Hunter.

Services will be private at Eleanor’s request.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to The Bangor Episcopal Church 2099 Main St. Narvon, PA 17555.

Arrangements are by the Bacchi Funeral Home & Crematory, Bridgeport, PA.

Condolences to the family at www.bacchifh.com.

Anna May (Kobige) Berrang

Anna May (Kobige) Berrang, 83, of Denver, PA, and formerly of New Philadelphia, PA, passed away peacefully on Wednesday, November 23, 2022, after a courageous battle with cancer at the St. Francis Home in Shillington, PA.

Born on January 29, 1939, in St. Clair, PA, she is the daughter of the late Joseph and Clementine (Machay) Kobige.

Anna May was a 1956 graduate of the St. Clair Area High School. She began her career as the Secretary to the Budget office at the Library of Congress in Washington, DC. She was married to the love of her life, Johnny, for

57 years. They were together for a total of 65 years. They first met at a dance hall in Pottsville, where she quite literally swept him off his feet. When she became a mother, she devoted her life to caring for her family as the perfect homemaker. Anna May was the family chef. She made every home cooked meal feel like Thanksgiving. She was a talented dancer, gifted seamstress, and avid reader.

Her favorite thing to do was spend time with her family. She loved taking family trips to the beach at Stone Harbor and sending encouraging cards to all she loved, with messages better than Hallmark could write. We were never surprised to hear that she made a new friend wherever she went. Anna May radiated joy. She had a laugh and smile that lit up the room. She had a deep faith in God and a strong affection for the Blessed Mother Mary. Her family was her greatest treasure. After becoming a grandmother, she enjoyed working in the cafeteria at the Cocalico School District, following her grandchildren through the school system.

Anna May is survived by her loving husband, John Berrang, of Denver, PA, and formerly of New Philadelphia, PA; her two daughters, Nancy (Berrang) Weinhold and her husband, Steven, of Reamstown, PA,

The Ephrata-Reading Elks will host

2B - Wednesday, November 30, 2022 - Say You Saw It In “The Shopping News” Beautiful Openings... Every Time! ® Serving Our Community For 58 Years! 717-738-4499 • 800-480-4134 www.shankdoor.com PA#014738 We Have One Of The Largest Inventories Of Top-Quality Doors & Electric Openers Entrance Doors • Awnings Garage Doors FREE KEYLESS ENTRY WITH THE PURCHASE OF ONE LIFTMASTER OPERATOR ($66 VALUE) $30 OFF LIFTMASTER DC SUPER QUIET OPERATOR $125 OFF ANY THERMAL DOOR (R Value = 13 Minimum) FREE REMOVAL & DISPOSAL OF EXISTING DOORS WITH NEW DOORS UP TO $238.00 VALUE $2,500.00 Minimum Order SHANK DOOR COMPANY 717-738-4499 With installation. One per customer. With this coupon. Not valid with other offers or prior services. Expires 12/31/22. SHANK DOOR COMPANY 717-738-4499 With installation. One per customer. With this coupon. Not valid with other offers or prior services. Expires 12/31/22. SHANK DOOR COMPANY 717-738-4499 With installation. One per customer. With this coupon. Not valid with other offers or prior services. Expires 12/31/22. SHANK DOOR COMPANY 717-738-4499 With installation. One per customer. With this coupon. Not valid with other offers or prior services. Expires 12/31/22. THE SHANK DOOR STORY The Shank Door Company is happily celebrating 58 years of service within the community With a variety of doors available to both residential and commercial clients, Shank Door Company has grown to be the largest garage door installer across the region. The success of this local business began in Harrisonburg, Virginia in the 1950s by Ralph Shank when he started selling and installing garage doors. With hard work, discipline and the heart of a true entrepreneur, Ralph moved to Baltimore for a short time and then moved to Myerstown in 1964. He began selling doors out of his basement and as his reputation for excellent service, superior labor and remarkable products spread throughout the community the business continued to prosper The current location of Shank Door at Myerstown was originally a farm belonging to Ralph’s brother Aaron Shank. Ira Mast, the company’s first associate, was hired in 1971 In 1973, the farm officially became the established site for the business. Ralph decided to sell the business to Ira in 1976 He remained in some capacity following the transition. They also have a team working out of their Lancaster warehouse location. Ira placed high importance on thoroughness and continued growing the company competently and yielding growth. Despite a fire in 1982 when the building burned, Ira persevered and Shank Door rebounded and several new additions were built. The success of Shank Door is due to God-given opportunities, loyal contractors and customers. While styles and times have certainly changed from Ralph’s initial interest in doors, the market for quality, durability, and function has not. Employing approximately 80 people, the Shank Door companies maintain the reputation of quality and hard work set forth by Ralph. This commitment has earned them excellent reviews on Google and Angie’s List, as well as countless customer referrals. Overhead, entry and car wash doors, roll up screens and retractable awnings are among the products available for residential or commercial clients. If you are looking for any of these products and need an installation team that is highly skilled, please call Shank Door Their phone number is 717-933-4134. You may also view their website at www.shankdoor.com for more information. Their hours are Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., or by appointment. 24-hour emergency service is available FREE KEYLESS ENTRY with purchase of one Liftmaster Operator ($66 value) SHANK DOOR COMPANY 717-393-7280 With this coupon. Not valid with other offers or prior purchases. With installation. Expires 11/30/22. FREE REMOVAL & DISPOSAL of existing door/s with new door/s up to $238 value $2,500.00 minimum order SHANK DOOR COMPANY 717-393-7280 With this coupon. Not valid with other offers or prior purchases. With installation. Expires 11/30/22. BEAUTIFUL OPENINGS...EVERY TIME!™ • Built-in camera adds video and 2-way audio communication to the myQ® app • Control, secure and monitor the garage with the myQ app- anytime, from anywhere. 360° light ring uniformly brightens every corner of the garage with 2,000 lumens of long-lasting LED light. Battery backup lets you get in and out when the power is down. Ultra-quiet DC motor and strong belt drive system ensures for comfortable living spaces near the garage Works with Amazon Key for for convenient and
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and Bridget L. (Berrang)

Aschenbrenner and her husband, Steven, of Mechanicsburg, PA; two sisters, Florence Leddy and her husband Robert, of Pottsville, PA, and Helen Marie Melochick and her husband Marty, of Pottsville, PA; five grandchildren, Maegan Weinhold, of Washington, DC, Matthew Weinhold, of Belcamp, MD, Kayleigh Baker, of Mechanicsburg, PA, Allie Aschenbrenner, of Mechanicsburg, PA, and Lauren Ashenbrenner, of Mechanicsburg, PA; and numerous nieces and nephews.

She was preceded in death by three brothers, Francis, Joseph, and Robert, and one sister, Elizabeth.

A mass of Christian burial will be held at 11:00 A.M. on Wednesday, November 30, 2022, in the Holy Cross Catholic Church, 99 N. Valley St, New Philadelphia, PA, with Father Christopher Zelonis as Celebrant. A viewing will be held in the church on Wednesday from 10:00 A.M. until the time of the mass. Burial will be held following the mass in Holy Family Cemetery, New Philadelphia, PA. Thomas J. Bartashus Funeral Home, New Philadelphia, PA, has been entrusted with funeral arrangements.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the St. Francis Home, 144 Hillside Dr., Shillington, PA 19607.

Adamstown Library Events

Adamstown Area Library is located at 110 West Main Street in Adamstown, next to the post office. Library 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.

Adamstown Area Library hosts a variety of free programs and events for children and adults. On Saturday, December 3, the popular Children’s Christmas Party brings Santa, Mrs. Claus and an Elf to the library, a backyard bird feeding program with the Parks department, and many activities and holiday treats for kids. Adults and teens are invited to participate in Winter Reading Bingo through January 31 and

to learn professional chocolate tasting skills at the Chocolate Processing and Sensory Evaluation program on Thursday, December 8. Registration is required for this event.

The library will be closed on Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, and the day after Christmas Saturday, December 24 through Monday, December 26. The library will also be closed on New Year’s Eve, New Year’s Day, and the Monday after Saturday, December 31 through Monday, January 2.

December Events at Adamstown Area Library

• Elf on the Shelf –Thursday, December 1 through Tuesday, December 20. Elf on the Shelf is hiding in the library! Tell the librarian where you saw “Cocoa” (the Elf) and receive a raffle ticket to win a Basket of Prizes. Every

day he will move, so stop in often to claim more raffle tickets.

• Winter Reading Bingo – Thursday, December 1 through Tuesday, January 31. For readers 18 and older. Pick up a Bingo card at the library, cozy up with books this winter, and enter to win a beautiful winter prize basket.

• “Twinkling Stars” Baby Storytime – Every Thursday at 10:00 a.m. Simple stories, rhymes, puppets, songs, and fingerplays for ages birth-2 with adult. Bring along your 1,000 Books Before Kindergarten packets to help achieve your goal! Thursdays, December 1, 8, 15, 22, 29.

• “The Young and the Restless” Toddler Time –Every Thursday from 10:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. Stories, songs and fingerplays, followed by an easy craft and free play. Bring along

your 1,000 Books Before Kindergarten packets to help achieve your goal!

For ages 2 3 with adult.

Thursdays, December 1, 8, 15, 22, 29.

• Children’s Christmas Party – Saturday, December

3 drop in from 9:30 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. for pictures with Santa, Mrs. Claus, and an Elf, a special Winter Backyard Bird Feeding Program with the Lancaster County Parks Dept, (Continued On Page 10B)

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For Sale

FOR SALE: Christmas tree, Douglas fir, 16’, $60. You must cut it down. Stevens 717-335-2715, leave message.

FOR SALE: Firewood. Mixed hardwoods, no maple, no pine. Split and cut to 18”, well seasoned, stored in greenhouse for 1 year. $195/ cord plus delivery. 717-7333952.

FOR SALE: Small straw bales, can deliver. Troybilt snowblower, 21”, 5HP, 3speed, nice condition, $100. 717-945-3842.

FOR SALE: Custom built replacement windows and doors. Professional installation. Call Ronafa Window & Door, 717-733-7534 or visit our showroom at 400 W. Main St, Ephrata in the Ephrata Business Complex. Thank You!

FOR SALE: High heating fuel prices? Kiln dried yellow pine cutoffs. $25 per bin. Lititz, 484-335-2657.

FOR SALE: New women’s Nine West dark brown boots, size 8.5, $40, regular price, $120. 717-803-9430.

FOR SALE: Beautiful Michael Kors & Coach handbag, $20 each, good condition, 717803-9430.

FOR SALE: Pool houses, sheds, gazebos, pavilions, decks. We do roofing, siding, garages, windows, doors, soffit, fascia, gutters, gutter guard. Wyomissing Structures, 610743-5660.

FOR SALE: Used sheds. 12x14 A Frame, 10x12 Carriage, 8x12 Mini Barn. Good condition. Can deliver. 717673-2303. No Sunday calls.

FOR SALE: Lionel Trains Annual Sale. Buildings, accessories and Fastrak. Extra cars, more. Free gift with purchase. 717-341-2800.

FOR SALE: Sudoku and fillit-ins puzzle books, $0.50 each. 717-335-3349, leave message.

FOR SALE: Dog houses, all sizes and shapes. Call 000000-0000.

FOR SALE: Bargain Box, up to 25% off items! Paint closeouts up to 50% off. See our monthly flyer. Sensenig Hardware.

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

FOR SALE: T-14 Purple Martin House w/pole, $995. Purple Martin Gourd Rack w/ pole, $595. Starling resistant birdfeeder, $20. 717-7332030.

FOR SALE: Old toys, sports items, car manuals. 717859-5850.

FOR SALE: Men’s brown Timberland Docker shoes, size 10-1/2, good condition, $20 OBO. 717-803-9430.

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 Sherry, 484-721-9998.

FOR SALE: Poly furniture, table sets, swivel gliders, settees, chairs, 26 colors, we custom. Vinyl swing sets, concrete lawn ornaments, Catholic lawn ornaments. Wyomissing Structures, 610-743-5660.

FOR SALE: Phillies 1964, 1965, 1966, 1967 year books. Fair condition, $25 for all. The Racer, the official magazine of the Reading Fairgrounds, 6 magazines, good condition, $30 for all. Call 717-336-3778.

FOR SALE: Church pew, 15’ long, $100. Call 717-3510294 or 717-466-1780.

FOR SALE: Flags, flagpoles, 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.

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FOR SALE: New item. LED rechargable head lamps, Miller Tech. SS stovepipe, reduced price. Sensenig Hardware.

Antiques

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Auto/Truck

FOR SALE: 2014 Toyota Sienna black handicapped van, 23,000 miles, $30,000. 717-6560219.

FOR SALE: Bully black cast aluminum truck steps. New in box. Two sets of 2 steps. $30 per set. 717-466-8971.

FOR SALE: 2001 Buick LeSabre, 38,000 miles, current inspection, one owner, garage kept. Runs great. $3,200. 717-715-3726.

FOR SALE: 2006 Honda Odyssey EX-L,160,000 miles, Heated front seats, 3 row seating. Runs Great. $3,800. Call 717-466-5535 and leave message.

Computers/Office

FOR SALE: 31Hx13Dx13-1/ 3W rolling black wire cart. Perfect for teen, college or work from home situation. Top access hanging file, 1 pull out drawer and bottom hanging file pull out. Was $95, sale, $25. 717-2036521.

Household/Furniture

FOR SALE: Custom built replacement windows and doors. Professional installation. Call Ronafa Window & Door, 717-733-7534, or visit our showroom at 400 W. Main St, Ephrata in the Ephrata Business Center. Thank You!

FOR SALE: Solid oak sewing machine cabinet, excellent condition, $750. 717-2080911.

FOR SALE: Ashley Lite Gray sleeper sofa, $695; Sage reclining loveseat, $645; Offwhite loveseat, $495. Closeout Models & Rebuilt Mattresses in stock. Martindale Mattress, 114 Hurst Road, Ephrata. 717-445-9153.

FOR SALE: Futon, very good condition. $120.00 Call 484-219-4965.

FOR SALE: 7-1/2’ pre-lit LED Christmas tree with remote and stand, 1500 multi-color and white lights, $60. Dafinel tufted upholstered cream color velvet king bed by Rosdorf Park SKU W001863310, like new, $500. Call 717-8592944.

Lawn & Garden

FOR SALE: 48” front snow blade for John Deere X570, like new. Purchased for $1,000, best offer. 717-3364006.

FOR SALE: 2018 Exmark Radius zero turn, 52” deck, only 93 hours. $4,500 OBO. 717208-0911.

FOR SALE: Makita GBU01Z 40V cordless leaf blower with charger and 2 40V LION batteries. Like new. Used approx. 5hrs. $225. 717-669-2506, leave Message.

FOR SALE: Concrete lawn ornaments. 1000s to choose from, many Catholic, religious ornaments. 30% off through Black Friday. Also, year end poly furniture sale, swivel gliders, $100 off, table sets, $500 off. Wyomissing Structures, 610-743-5660.

Pets & Animals

FOR SALE: Pembrook Welsh Corgi dogs, 4 to pick from, 1 blue merle, 2 tri, 1 red & white, $1,000 OBO. All males. 717-471-7366.

FOR SALE: Bernese Mountain puppies, shots and wormed, beautiful markings. $750. 717-3545325.

FOR SALE: Chocolate Labrador for stud, DNA certified, reasonable rate. Call to schedule, 717-222-9564.

FOR SALE: Toy poodle, 4 months old, male, all shots and dewormed. Asking $350. 717-222-2072.

FOR SALE: Persian kittens: first shots, deworming, health certificate and health guarantee. Available now or Christmas babies! Call or text, 717-917-8677.

FOR SALE: Adorable Bernedoodle puppies looking for forever home starting 12/8. Call Lue, 717-419-4232.

Produce/Edibles

FOR SALE: Pasture raised beef. 717-892-2575.

Sporting Goods

FOR SALE: Specialized Rockhopper mountain bike, great condition, $250 OBO. 717803-9430.

FOR SALE: Teeter free step, zero impact exercise machine. Like new. $500 OBO. 717-951-2233.

FOR SALE: New and used bicycles, sales and service. Jack’s Bike Shop, 717-7336042, Open Mon., Wed, and Friday, 6-8p.m., Saturday, 9-5p.m.

FOR SALE: Men’s 26” Mountain Bike, like new. $75 OBO. 717-803-9430.

Notice

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

NOTICE: Piano lessons. Call Susan Lambert, lessons for all ages. 717-371-4742, 11 Brookfield Drive, Ephrata.

NOTICE: Mt. Airy Greenhouse is open Fridays and Saturdays now thru December 31. 50lb black oil sunflower seeds $28.50 bag. 25lb. wild bird seed $18.50 bag. Houseplants and succulents make great gifts. 345 E. Mt. Airy Rd. Stevens, 717405-2445.

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1. Is the book of Obadiah in the Old or New Testament or neither? 2. How many churches does Jesus address in Revelation, also known as the Churches of the Apocalypse? 2, 7, 21, 30 3. Upon which mountain did Debo rah defeat the forces of Sisera? Tabor, Zeus, Sinai, Olives 4. From James 3, what part of the body is like a fire? Eyes, Legs, Tongue, Nose 5. In John 13, who denied Jesus three times? John, James, Luke, Peter 6. Who was the mate of Sapphira? Moses, Ananias, Potiphar, Zimri ANSWERS: 1) Old, 2) 7, 3) Tabor, 4) Tongue, 5) Peter, 6) Ananias Comments? More Trivia? Gift ideas? Visit www.TriviaGuy.com. © 2022 King Features Synd., Inc. FROM KING FEATURES WEEKLY SERVICE, 628 Virginia Drive, Orlando, FL 32803 CUSTOMER SERVICE: (800) 708-7311 EXT. 257 BIBLE TRIVIA #12345_20221114 FOR RELEASE NOV. 14, 2022 By Wilson Casey SALES REGISTER

WED., DECEMBER 74:00 p.m. - Elmer Lee and Mary Jane Ebersol, 780 Lime Quarry Rd., Gap. Country 1 story 4 bedroom rancher, 2 car garage, 3 stall horse barn, 1.73 acres, pasture. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers.

THURS., DECEMBER 8 - 12:00 p.m. - Horst Auction Center, Ephrata. 290 lots of coins and currency. Horst Auctioneers.

THURS., DECEMBER 8 - 2:00 p.m. - Norwegian Woods Dev. Co., Inc., Norwegian Woods Rd., Minersville. 29.7 acres partially wooded, 22 separate lots/parcels selling as entirety (known as Norwegian Woods). Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers.

THURS., DECEMBER 8 - 4:00 p.m. - Sharon L. and the late Glenn Eberly, 422 W. Cedar St., New Holland. 3 bedroom, 2 bath brick rancher with 1 car garage, .25 acre lot, updated

custom kitchen, finished basement family room. Martin and Rutt Auctioneers.

FRI., DECEMBER 99:00 a.m. - Noah Shirk Auctions, 220 Covered Bridge Rd., Ephrata. Annual End of Year Produce Equipment Consignment Auction Produce, greenhouse, fruit and vegetable equipment, growing, picking, packaging and marketing supplies, tractors, skid loaders, farm equipment, new tools and hardware. Beiler Campbell Auction Services.

FRI., DECEMBER 99:00 a.m. - Kauffman’s Handcrafted Clock, Isaac S. and Lorraine B. Kauffman, 3019 West Newport Rd., Ronks. Shop tools, lawn and garden, furniture, guns and coins. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers.

FRI., DECEMBER 94:00 p.m. - Donald C. Groff Estate, 298 Loop Rd.,

Quarryville. Country 1 story 4 bedroom rancher, 2 car garage, 12x34 pavilion, 6.3 acres wooded tract. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers.

SAT., DECEMBER 109:00 a.m. - H.R. Rogers Inc., Herbert R. Rogers, 1023 Beam Rd., Denver. H.R. Rogers, Inc. Retirement Auction. Trucks, trailers, Kubota tractor, eXmark ztr. Mowers, Vermeer stump grinder, Snow Dogg v plow, TracVac leaf vac, string trimmers, snow blowers, lawn care and landscape equipment, Snow Dogg salt spreaders, anvil, sheds, tools, household goods. Tim Weaver Auction Service LLC.

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- 4:00 p.m. - Kyle J. Stoltzfus, 307 West Main St., Leola. 2 bedroom, 1,180 sq. ft. rancher with 2 car garage, .52 acre lot, Honda Ascot FT500 cycle, Hustler 52” Z Turn mower. Martin and Rutt Auctioneers.

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- 4:00 p.m. - Elmer J. and Marian M. Allgyer, 528 Snyder Hollow Rd., New Providence. Country 8.1 acre partially wooded, 1 1/2 story log/frame dwelling, utility buildings, 1 1/2 story barn/garage 22x40. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers.

WED., DECEMBER 14 - 10:00 a.m. - Al’s Automotive, 7 South Wayne St., West Chester. Auto­

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Auction Multiple rotary auto lifts, tool chests, Worldwide Environmental Emission Unit, alignment lift, Snap On equipment, Mac tools, industrial grade air compressors and much more. Beiler Campbell Auction Services.

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- 4:00 p.m. - Leon E. and Patricia A. Houser, 2811 Heidelberg Ave., Newmanstown. Country 2 1/2 story 4 bedroom farm house, 3 car garage/shop building 24x60, 3 1/2 acres with stream and pond. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers.

THURS., DECEMBER 15 - 4:00 p.m. - Glenn A. Dissinger, 240 Lancaster Ave., Lititz. Lot #1 3 bedroom, 1.5 bath, 1,440 sq. ft. one story home, .46 acre, 24’x30’ 2 car garage. Lot #2 16’x16’ storage shed, .18 acre. Martin and Rutt Auctioneers.

FRI., DECEMBER 169:00 a.m. - Samuel M. and Della Conley, John E. and Linda Conley, 525 Prospect Rd., Mount Joy. Farm and dairy equipment, Harvester silo, tobacco building, wrapped alfalfa hay, primitives, collectibles, coins, guns. Kline, Kreider (Continued On Page 10B)

Financing, deposit or bridge loan available to qualified buyer. Call Randal V. Kline 717-7331006 (Lender NMLS ID #834368) Sarek Properties, LLC. Sam Lapp, 717-844-2190 www.klinekreidergood.com

KITCHENWARE; CLOCKS & LAMPS; SILVER; COPPER & BRASS; CAST IRON; AGATE; TINWARE; PEWTER; WOODENWARE; CHINA GLASSWARE; POTTERY; LINENS & TEXTILES; BOOKS & PAPER; ESTATE & COSTUME JEWELRY; ARTWORK; VINTAGE KELLOGG’S CARDBOARD FIGURE ADVERTISEMENTS; TOYS; TOOLS; LAWN & GARDEN EQUIPMENT; BOX LOTS & MANY OTHER

Say You Saw It In “The Shopping News” - Wednesday, November 30, 2022 - 9B AREA Public Sales 2811 Heidelberg Ave., Newmanstown. Rt. 897 S. from Schaefferstown thru Kleinfeltersville. Property on right. 2½ sty. brick w/vinyl siding farm house, kitchen w/Cherry cabinets, dining rm., 1st floor laundry, 1st floor family rm. w/sandstone fireplace, 4 bdrms., 2½ baths, wide window sills, bsmt. w/cold cellar, 1½ sty. garage/shop bldg. 24x60 w/3 car garage, 8x10 overhead doors, 2nd floor storage, shop area, 3½ ACRES m/l level land, lawn, garden, fenced pasture w/stream, pond, food plot, large mature shade trees & macadam parking area. Property borders Middle Creek Wildlife area. Zoned Ag. Move-in condition, low maintenance house w/large garage/shop. Convenient to Schaefferstown, Myerstown, Cocalico & Newmanstown. Elco schs. Personal inspection by appointment or Open House Sat., Dec. 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) Leon E. & Patricia A. Houser 717-269-1223 or 717-926-1904 www.klinekreidergood.com PUBLIC AUCTION COUNTRY 21/2 STY. 4 BDRM. FARM HOUSE 3 CAR GAR./SHOP BLDG. 24x60 3½ ACRES w/STREAM & POND KLEINFELTERSVILLE – MIDDLE CREEK AREA WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 14 • 4 P.M. Randal V. Kline Roy E. Good, Jr. Aaron Z. Nolt Curvin M. Horning 717-733-1006 Lic. #499, #2116, #5064, #3956 226 N. State St., Ephrata, PA 17522. Rt. 322 E. to Ephrata. Left N. State St. OR from Hinkletown Rt. 322 W. thru Ephrata. Right N. State St. to property on left. (Ephrata Boro., Lanc. Co.) REAL ESTATE: 2½ sty. 2-unit brick apartment rental house w/1405 SF finished area. 1st Floor Unit (currently rented $895/mo. – market rent $1,100+/- per mo.): eat-in kitchen w/appliances, living rm., 2 bdrms., 1 bath, oil forced air heat (new furnace), hardwood flooring, deck 12x12, covered front porch. 2nd Floor Unit (completely renovated & ready to rent for $1,100/mo.): eat-in kitchen w/new S.S. range
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“SHORT NOTICE” PUBLIC AUCTION INVESTMENT REAL ESTATE 2½ STORY 2-UNIT APARTMENT HOUSE EPHRATA BORO AREA TUESDAY, DECEMBER 13 • 4 P.M. Randal V. Kline Roy E. Good, Jr. Aaron Z. Nolt Curvin M. Horning 717-606-2226
#2116, #5064, #3956 85 W. Newport Rd., Lititz, PA 17543. Rt. 501 N. thru Lititz. Left at Sheetz onto W. Newport Rd. to property on right. (Warwick Twp., Lanc. Co.) 16.25 ACRE Farmette w/spacious 1 sty. modular dwl. w/2183 SF finished area, country eat-in kitchen w/oak cabinets & appliances, living rm., family rm. w/fireplace, 4 bdrms. (master bdrm. w/walk-in closet, bath & bonus rm.) 2 full baths, laundry & mudroom, covered front porch 30x8, propane hot air heat, central AC, insulated windows. Outbldgs: Pole barn 36x30 w/roll doors, elec. & outside hydrant, 1 sty. utility barn 24x12 w/elec., 1 sty. utility shed 28x10 w/(2) additions & outside hydrant, 16.25 ACRE country partially wooded property w/hi-tensile & box wire fenced meadow w/paddocks & beautiful view overlooking farmland. Enrolled in clean & green. Zoned Rural Estate. Property must be sold to settle an estate. Excellent family property w/low taxes. House is in clean & “move-in” condition. Convenient location, minutes to Lititz, Manheim & Penryn w/easy access to Rt. 501 & 772. Personal inspection by appointment or open house December 3, 10 & 17 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) Joseph Prestano Estate Paul Prestano, Exc. 717-488-2415 www.klinekreidergood.com J P PUBLIC AUCTION 16.25 ACRE FARMETTE 1 STY. 4 BDRM. MODULAR – POLE BARN 36x30 (2) UTILITY BARNS 24x12 & 28x10 LITITZ – ELM – PENRYN AREA MONDAY, DECEMBER 19 • 4 P.M. Randal V. Kline Roy E. Good, Jr. Aaron Z. Nolt Curvin M. Horning 717-445-4309 Lic. #499, #2116, #5064, #3956 Location: 957 Weaverland Rd., East Earl, PA 17519 (East Earl Twp./Lanc. Co.) Directions: Rt. 322 West of Blue Ball. Turn left onto Weaverland Rd. to property on right. - REAL ESTATECountry half acre lot w/clean 4 bdrm. Rancher & 2 car attached garage. 1 sty. rancher w/approx. 1,861 sq.ft., 4 bdrms., 2 baths, Main Level: 1,316 sq. ft., eatin kitchen, living rm. w/bay window, 3 bdrms. w/closets, full bath, 24’x26’ attached 2 car garage w/laundry hook up, 8x10 rear deck. Attic. Lower Level: 545 sq. ft. finished bedroom, full bath, family rm., office, storage & can rooms, outside steps. Elec. radiant heat, 200 amp elec. Outbuildings: 9½’x19½’ utility bldg./work shop. All on a half acre country lot w/on-site well & septic, macadam drive, garden area. Borders farmland. East Earl Twp. Elanco Schools. Zoned AG. Taxes approx. $2,882. Auctioneer Note: Excellent opportunity to purchase a country property w/ranch home. Convenient location. Minutes to New Holland, Blue Ball, East Earl, etc. Easy access to Rts. 322, 23, 897 and beyond. Great country location. Borders farmland. Available for immediate possession - come to buy. Terms: 10% down, balance on or before February 15, 2023. Kling, Deibler, Glick, Attorney, 717-354-7700. Personal Inspection by appointment OR Open House: Saturday, Dec. 3, 1-3 PM. Call seller @ 717-687-8075 to schedule a private showing. - Weaverland/Blue Ball/New Holland AreaPUBLIC AUCTION Valuable Real Estate - Half Acre Lot 4 Bdrm. Rancher w/2 Car Attached Garage Car - Furniture - Tools - Personal Property - HH Goods Sat., December 17, 2022 at 10:00 A.M. R.E. at Noon See more at Auctionzip.com ID #25403 Auction for: Isaac & (Huldah G.) Petersheim Estate Executor: Dean Graybill 717-687-8075 Auctioneers: Tim Weaver, Dave Stoltzfus, Steve Schuler, Matthew Martin Tim Weaver Auct. Serv. Phone: 717-354-9524 Lic. # AY2109 “HorstAuctionCenter” PUBLIC SALE ANTIQUES, COLLECTIBLES, HOUSEHOLD GOODS, TOOLS WEDNESDAY, DEC. 7, 2022 AT 1:00 P.M. Preview Times - Tuesday, December 6 from 2:00 P.M. thru 5:00 P.M. and Wednesday, December 7 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, December 6. 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;
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approval. Sale For: CATHERINE SPOTTS, DORIS SHENENBERGER, DR. CHRIS & ANNE THEODORAN & OTHERS Directions blocks to right on Cedar Ave. to home on right. Real Estate: attached 1-car garage on a .25-acre lot. Main fl living room w/bay window & carpet, guest closet; open to dining area w/access door to 12’x24’ covered rear patio; beautiful custom galley style cherry cabinetry kitchen w/new tile flooring & backsplash; built-in desk & pantry; glass-top range, microwave, DW & fridge included; 3-bedrooms w/closets & carpet; full bath w/ new tile flooring & updated vanity; attached 1-car garage w/attic access; lower level features an improved 22’x25’ family room w/egress door; laundry room w/ washer & dryer & laundry sink; workshop area; 8’x14’ canning storage room; oil furnace/central AC; public water & sewer; annual taxes: $3,339. Garden utility shed measures 8’x12’. 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 & Glick (717) 353-7700. Note: Move-in ready, low maintenance brick home; desirable one-floor living w/nice level lot located along a quiet side street with easy access to all conveniences. ELANCO Schools; motivated seller so plan to attend this auction! For photos & listing visit www.martinandrutt.com (New Holland Area) PUBLIC AUCTION 3-BR 2-BA BRICK RANCHER w/1-CAR GAR. * .25-AC LOT NEW HOLLAND, PA Auction By: Michael J. Martin 717-371-3333 John J. Rutt II 717-587-8906 AY-2189-L Member of PA & National Auctioneers Assoc. Auction For: SHARON L. & (The Late Glenn) EBERLY
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11:00 a.m. - William J. and Dorsalee Fuller, 857 Hughes Rd., Trout Run. 145 acre farm, woodland, hayfields, spring, country 2 1/2 story 4 bedroom farm house, ideal hunting paradise property. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers.

story 4 bedroom dwelling, attached 2 car garage 42x24, 2 acre rural lot. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers.

SAT., DECEMBER 179:00 a.m. - Horst Auction Center, Ephrata. Outstanding firearms, hunting, fishing and military collectibles and accessories. Horst Auctioneers.

SAT., DECEMBER 1710:00 a.m. - Isaac and Huldah G. Petersheim Estate, 957 Weaverland Rd., East Earl. 4 bedroom rancher with 2 car attached garage. Real estate at 12:00 noon. Car, furniture, tools, personal property, house­

SAT., DECEMBER 1710:00 a.m. - Noah Shirk Sawmill, 220 Covered Bridge Rd., Ephrata. Live edge slab and slab log auction. Beiler Campbell Auction Services.

SAT., DECEMBER 1711:00 a.m. - Park A. Hirneisen Estate, 130 Blue Lake Rd., Reinholds. 3 bedroom, 1.5 bath rancher, 2 car garage, 1/2 acre lot. Art Pannebecker and Brad Wolf Auctineers, Inc.

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MON., DECEMBER 19 - 4:00 p.m. - Joseph Prestano Estate, 85 W. Newport Rd., Lititz. 16.25 acre farmette. 1 story 4 bedroom modular, pole barn 36x30, 2 utility barns 24x12 and 28x10. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers.

TUES., DECEMBER 20 - 4:00 p.m. - Patricia A. Burkhart, 386 Lauschtown Rd., Denver. Brick 3 bedroom split level, 2 car garage, heated and insulated pole building 40x60, 2.2 acre country lot. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers.

THURS., DECEMBER 29 - 4:00 p.m. - Donald J. Campbell Estate, 333 Vinemont Rd., Reinholds. 2

FRI., DECEMBER 30Lewis M. and Esther L. Martin, Martindale Fire Hall, 542 Gristmill Rd., Ephrata. Tractors, trailers, sleighs, primitives, collectibles, tools, furniture, guns, quilts. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers.

SAT., JANUARY 7 - 8:00 a.m. - Nan M. Oberholzer Estate, 1585 and 1587 Main St., Goodville. 2 1/2 story stone 3 bedroom house, store building 24x60, warehouse/garage 26x80, 6/10 acre corner lot, zoned Commercial (known as “Obie’s Country Store). Real estate at 1:00 p.m. Personal property, antiques, furniture, lawn/garden tools. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers.

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Storytime by the fireplace, Cookies & Milk, Gifts from Member’s 1st FCU, Holiday Music, Games by Scout Pack 3204, and Raffle Prizes.

• American Girl Bag Pickup – Monday, Decem ber 5 while supplies last. On the first Monday of each month there will be a new American Girl packet to pick up, filled with fun for you and your doll. Starting that day, you can pick up a kit in the library foyer. 1 per family please. For ages 5 12 years.

• Monday Funday Flannel Board Stories – Mondays, December 5, 12 and 19 at 10:00 a.m. Story re telling is an important skill in developing language and memory skills, cause and effect, problem solving, and cooperation. For ages 2 6.

• “Budding Bookworms” Preschool Storytime –Every Wednesday at 10:00

a.m. Stories and an easy craft for ages 3 6 with adult. Wednesdays, December 7, 14, 21, 28.

• Young At Heart –Wednesdays, December 7 and Dec. 21 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 and 3rd Wednesday of each month. For more information, call 717 336 7797 or visit REALLCS.org.

• Tech Q & A – Wednesday, December 7 from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Drop in to the library to get one on one help with your devices. Bring your questions such as “How do I attach my resume to an email?” or “How do I download audiobooks to my Kindle?” Tech help and software training is also available other times by appointment.

• Daytime Discoverers at Middle Creek Visitors Center – Thursday, Decem ber 8 at 1:00 p.m. Are you doing “at home” learning? Join Miss Jess for exciting

3 & 10 from 1 to 4 PM (guided tours every half hour) 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)

Latshaw Living Trust Kim, 717-341-5081 www.klinekreidergood.com

affordable house in the charming small town of Lititz. Attorney Tony Schimaneck 717-299-5251. OPEN HOUSE DATE: Saturday, Dec. 3, from 1-3

10B - Wednesday, November 30, 2022 - Say You Saw It In “The Shopping News” From Brickerville Rt. 501/322 follow Rt. 322 W 1 mile to right on consists of a 3-bdrm. 1.5-bath 1974 24’x60’ mobile home w/many valuable additions & upgrades; a oor includes a 24’x20’ living room w/carpet & stone hearth for wood stove; modern wood cabinetry kitchen w/fridge & gas range, new laminate wood look flooring; 10’x14’ dining area w/laminate flooring & patio access door; full bath; 3 bedrooms w/closets; ½ bath/laundry room w/washer & dryer; home served by a new Fujitsu ductless central AC/heat pump system; 10’x6’ covered front porch; covered 10’x30’ rear porch attached to oversized 24’x30’ masonry block 2-car garage; on-site well & sand mound septic system; 200 amp svc; annual taxes: $1,996. Lot #2 known as 240 Ohio Ave. is .18 acres w/a 16’x16’ utility shed; annual taxes: $571. OPEN HOUSE: Sat. Dec. 3 & 10 from 1-3 PM; for info call/text auctioneer @ (717) 371-3333. Terms: 10% down day of sale, settle on or before 60 days. Attorney: Kling, Deibler, Glick (717) 354-7700. Note: Quaint wooded rural property in the village of Poplar Grove; movein ready home ideal for first time home buyers or Airbnb/rental investors; home has been well maintained throughout; nice oversized garage; low taxes, Warwick schools, easy access to Ephrata or Hershey! For photos & complete listing, visit www.martinandrutt.com (Brickerville/Poplar Grove Area) PUBLIC AUCTION * 2 PARCELS! Lot #1) 3-BR 1.5-BA 1,440 SQ. FT. ONE STORY HOME .46 AC. * 24’x30’ 2-CAR GARAGE Lot #2) 16’x16’ STORAGE SHED * .18 AC. NEW HOLLAND, PA Auction By: Michael J. Martin 717-371-3333 John J. Rutt II 717-587-8906 AY-2189-L Member of PA & National Auctioneers Assoc. Auction For: GLENN A. DISSINGER 717-808-9412 19, 21 & 23 E. Main St., Ephrata, PA 17522 From Rt. 222 intersection, take Rt. 322 E. into Ephrata to property on right. (Ephrata Boro., Lanc. Co.) 10 unit apartment bldg. w/11,868 SF finished area w/(1) 2 bdrm., (5) 1 bdrm. & (1) efficiency unit w/appliances included, hardwood flooring thru out, elec. baseboard, bsmt., laundry w/(2) coin operated washers & dryers (included in sale), low maintenance exterior w/insulated windows, macadam parking lot & front fenced courtyard. Workshop rental & 1st floor daycare center rental (10-year tenant) w/kitchen, office, library, nursery, lobby area & (4) playrooms. Totally remodeled in 2018 w/wiring, elec., HW heaters, kitchens & baths. Decks added for Apts. 6 & 8. Clean & well-maintained w/good rental history & cash flow w/yearly gross income $115,740 w/net income $96,337. Zoned Central Business. Great opportunity to purchase clean, well maintained apartment bldgs. w/ steady income! Modest rents w/signed rental increases on all units starting January 1st, 2023. Borders the Warwick-to-Ephrata Rail Trail. Potential of business/apartment mix. Ideal investment opportunity w/lots of potential. Former J.C. Penney Co. building. Personal inspection by appointment or open house December
PUBLIC AUCTION 10 UNIT INVESTMENT PROPERTY (7) APARTMENTS – DAYCARE CENTER WORKSHOP – LAUNDRY RENTAL EPHRATA BORO AREA TUESDAY, DECEMBER 13 • 6 P.M. Randal V. Kline Roy E. Good, Jr. Aaron Z. Nolt Curvin M. Horning 717-606-2226 Lic.
#3956 WE ARE NOW CONDUCTING ONLINE AUCTIONS We continue to offer the same professional, and complete, services specializing in estates and downsizing. To view our upcoming Online Auctions, as well as our Real Estate Auctions, visit our website at www.pannebeckerwolf.com For more information about our Real Estate Services, or to consign items for Online Auction, call our office at (717) 336-6983 Lic. #AU005308-L 717-336-6983 www.pannebeckerwolf.com 3019 W. Newport Rd., Ronks, PA 17572. From Rt. 23 in Leola, take Rt. 772 E. (W. Newport Rd.) through Mascot / Monterey area to auction on left. (Leacock Twp., Lanc. Co.) Clocks: George Eberman Lanc. PA # 26 94” Tall Clock, German Granddaughter Floor Clock, Seth Thomas 1876 Double Dial Calendar Clock, Waterbury Exposed Escapement Mantel Clock, Plymouth Hollow Conn. Seth Thomas Mantel Clock, Vienna Regulator w/2 Weights Wall Clock, Black Case Mantel Clock, French Crystal Reg. Mantel Clock, Howard Miller & Rhythm Clocks (Wall & Mantle) See website for clock catalog & pictures. Great Christmas Gifts. Clocks will be offered w/live bidding and online bidding available. Asst. New Clock Beveled Glass, Misc. G.F. Clock Weight Filling, Shells & Lyre Pend, Asst. Oak, Walnut & Other Lumber. Shop Equipment – Tools – Lawn & Garden: 3hp Single Phase Cyclone Dust Collector, Champion 5BE Blower, Approx. 4-Ton GSI Bin, Jenny Mod. W5B-80V Twin Cylinder Air Comp. w/5hp 110 Single Phase Motor, Bridgewood Port. Dust Collector, Delta Mod. 23-710 Sharpening Center, Rockwell/Delta 37315 8” Jointer, Excalibur Scroll Saw, Craftsman Tabletop Drill Press & 6” Jointer, Little Giant Condensation Pump VCMA-20ULS, 2-Gal. Binks Pot Sprayer (no 69 gun), 4-Gal. TWP Deck Stain (rustic) 6-Gal. Rheem Water Heater, Shop Carts, Toro Snowblaster 724-QXE S.P. Snowblower (used 4x), Echo Chain Saw, RLP100 Propane Reddy Heater, Floor Jack, Jack Stands, Creeper 12V Sprayer, Halogen Light on Stand, Ladder Jacks & Poles, Valley Road Speeder Express Wagon, Great States Mower, Set of 4 Goodyear P265/65 R18 Tires w/Chevy Alum. Wheels (good tread), Hyd. & Elec. Motors, Misc. Worktables, Galv. Duct Work, New 16” Spiral Dust Collector Pipe, Cast Iron Radiators, S. Vanity Top, Barn Board Panels, PVC Fittings, Schwinn & Mongoose Men’s Bikes, Exercise Equipment Including: Treadmill, Boflex & Rowing Mach., Water & Snow Ski Equip., Camping Supplies, Helmets, Croquet Set, 2-Man Saw. Furniture – Household Items: Fisher Solid Cherry Ext. Table w/8 Boards, (6) Cherry Chairs (Martin’s Chair – New Holland), 1919 Dutch Cupboard w/Original Finish, Paint Pine Dutch Cupboard, Marble Top End & Coffee Tables, Oak Wash Stand, Empire Chest of Drawers, (2) Blanket Chests w/ Drawer, Waterfall Blanket Chest, 5-Drawer Inlaid Kneehole Desk, Walnut Hutch, Walnut Handmade Tea Cart, Child’s Table & 2 Chairs, Toy Bench, Pressed & Ladderback Rocker-Chair, Rope Bed, Crib, Table & 6 Chairs, Brunswick Slate Top Pool Table w/Inlaid Sides, Lounge Chairs, Floor Mirror, Misc. Tables & Chairs, Window Fans, (2) Dehumidifiers, Quilt Rack, Toledo Elec. Meat Slicers, Yamaha PSR Keyboard, Sm. Ice Cream Freezer, Ice Chest, Tape Deck 6-Disc CD Player & Electronics, Asst. Home Interior Wall Pictures & Décor, Minolta 7000 Maxxum Camera w/Misc. Supplies, Service For 6 Leah Fisher Dishes, English Tea Set, Pewter Teapot, Princess House Crystal, Moon & Star Dishes, Asst. Embroidered Items, Agate Teapot, Cast Iron Skillets, Crocks, Fisher Price Toys, Porcelain Dolls, Nancy Drew Game, Salt & Pepper Collection, Christmas Books & Décor, Tupperware, Longaberger. Guns – Coins: Mossberg 500ab 12ga. Pump w/2¾” & 3” Chamber (engraved), New England Pardner 410 S. Shot w/Box, Crossman 170cal. 357 Air Gun, Clay Pigeons. 1896, 1922 & 1923 Silver Dollars, 1920, 40’s & 60’s Half Dollars, 1940’s & 50’s Quarters, Asst. Mercury Dimes & Buffalo Nickels. NOTE: The Kauffman’s have been in the clock business for 41 years & are liquidating their business. Very beautiful clocks & clean personal property to be sold to highest bidder. Auction to begin 9AM w/tools followed by household & furniture. Noon w/clocks w/online bidding available. See website for clock catalog & pictures. Terms are cash, PA check or credit card w/3% service fee. Food Stand. Preview Thursday, December 8 from 12 Noon – 4PM. Kauffman’s Handcrafted Clock Isaac S. & Lorraine B. Kauffman 717-656-6857 www.klinekreidergood.com H KAUFFMAN’S HANDCRAFTED CLOCK LIQUIDATION PUBLIC AUCTION SHOP TOOLS – LAWN & GARDEN FURNITURE – GUNS – COINS FRIDAY, DECEMBER 9 • 9 A.M. Randal V. Kline Roy E. Good, Jr. Aaron Z. Nolt Curvin M. Horning 717-445-4309 Lic. #499, #2116, #5064, #3956 NEW HOLLAND, PA Auction By: John J. Rutt II 717-587-8906 Michael J. Martin 717-371-3333 AY-2189-L Member of PA & National Auctioneers Assoc. Auction For: ROBERT & ARLENE FREY (POA JEFFERY) Directions: From Rt. 501 in Lititz, turn East (at the traffic light) on E. 2nd St., to right turn on Cherry St., to property on right. Real Estate Listing: A clean Duplex w/brick exterior, 3 bedrooms & 2 full bathrooms w/a charming rear deck on 4,356 sq. ft. level lot. House is approx. 1,252 sq. ft.; main level has nice eat-in kitchen, includes appliances;
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PUBLIC AUCTION CLEAN BRICK 2-STORY DUPLEX * 3-BRs 2 BATHS * CHARMING NEIGHBORHOOD REAR SUNROOM & DECK TUES., DECEMBER 6 at 4:00 PM Located at: 418 Cherry St., Lititz, PA 17543. 1495 Texter Mountain Rd., Reinholds, PA 17569. Rt. 897 N. from Reinholds thru Blainsport. Right Texter Mountain Rd. Cross over N. Peartown Rd. OR From Kleinfeltersville Rt 897 S. thru Cocalico. Left N. Peartown Rd. Left Texter Mountain Rd. to property on left. (W. Cocalico Twp., Lanc. Co.) 2 story dwelling w/2655 SF finished area w/eat-in kitchen w/painted cabinets & bar area, dining room w/French doors to rear deck 14x12, living rm. w/ stone fireplace & cathedral ceilings w/skylights, 3 bdrms. (master bedroom w/newly remodeled master bathroom w/luxurious tile walk-in shower & laundry hookup), (2) full & (2) ½ baths, office, lower-level rec room w/ brick fireplace w/hearth, 2nd kitchen w/oak cabinets & 2nd office, natural gas heat, central AC, low maintenance exterior, insulated windows & 1 car garage. Outbldg.: 1½ story horse barn/garage 26x30, partially wooded 2.1 ACRE lot w/fenced pasture, circle macadam driveway, lawn & playground area, mature shade. Zoned Ag. Owner downsizing & motivated to sell! Ideally located country property w/“clean, move-in” condition dwl. Well maintained, low maintenance & economical. Minutes to Rts. 897 & Turnpike. Personal inspection by appointment or open house December 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 717-7331006 (Lender NMLS ID #834368) Kevin L. & Lorianne
610-587-4259
www.klinekreidergood.com PUBLIC AUCTION 2 STORY 3 BEDROOM HOUSE – 1 CAR GARAGE HORSE BARN/GARAGE 26x30 – FENCED PASTURE 2.1 ACRES WOODED TRACT BOATS – LAWN & GARDEN – TOOLS – FURNITURE S. COCALICO – BLAINSPORT – REINHOLDS AREA THURSDAY, DECEMBER 15 2 P.M. – REAL ESTATE 4 P.M. Randal V. Kline Roy E. Good, Jr. Aaron Z. Nolt Curvin M. Horning 717-606-2226 Lic. #499, #2116, #5064, #3956
Good Auctioneers.
#499, #2116, #5064,
front living room w/open banister; dining room; rear all-seasons room w/door leading to treated wood deck; full bathroom w/shower stall. Second level has 3 bedrooms; full bathroom w/tub shower. Full unimproved basement; laundry hookup (includes washer & dryer); updated electric service; central A/C; oil warm air furnace; updated windows; new roof (2017); public water & sewer; concrete block fire-wall; Warwick S.D.; Lititz Boro; taxes $3,200. This is a wonderful opportunity to buy an
private showing 717-587-8906.
website at www.martinandrutt.com (Lititz Area)
Martin
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and educational programs on the second Thursday of the month. This month they are learning all about Foxes! Future event locations will vary. For families.

• Chocolate Processing and Sensory Evaluation – Thursday, December 8 from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Learn how chocolate is manufactured including farming practices, processing, and ingredients used. Practice professional taste testing skills as you evaluate different kinds of chocolate. For adults and teens. Registration is required.

• Mitten & Accessory Tree – Ends Friday, December 9. Donations of NEW, unwrapped mittens, gloves, hats, scarves, socks, etc. will be accepted through Friday, December 9 and distributed to local families and children in need.

• Drop-In STEAM –Monday, December 12, drop in from 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. for LEGO® Club, Paper Circuits & Button Making. Explore Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math through games, activities, and projects with Miss Maribeth. An adult is required to accompany children under 8.

• LEGO Activity Bag Pickup – Monday, December 12, while supplies last. On the 2nd Monday of each month there will be a new LEGO® packet for you to pick up, with instructions for a special project. Starting that day, you can pick up a kit in the library foyer. 1 per family please. For ages 5 12 years.

• Marine Corps Reserve “TOYS FOR TOTS” – Drop off donations by Tuesday, December 13. Donations of new, unwrapped gifts are being accepted in the box located near the circulation desk through Tuesday, December 13.

• Genealogy Group –Tuesday, December 13 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.

• Story Challenge – All month. Read the story on the window next to the wheelchair ramp. Tell the circulation desk staff the answer to the question for a prize.

Deeds Recorded

The following were recorded at the Lancaster County Recorder of Deeds office from November 17 to November 23:

Adamstown Borough

Vintage Overland Freight Systems Inc. conveyed property on Market Plaza to Joanne S. Flahart and Michael L. Flahart for $1.

Brecknock Township

The John M. Martin Estate and Verna Horning Martin conveyed property in Brecknock Township to Michael S. Leid and Lydia A. Leid for $236,000.

The Richard Hoshour Estate conveyed property on Lauschtown Road to Brecknock Properties for $150,000.

Bao M. Kha and Ngia Kha conveyed property on

Country Drive to Ko Lee for $299,900.

Clay Township

Lincoln Land Group Inc. conveyed property in Clay Township to Home Towne Square Homeowners Association for $1.

Aaron Z. Nolt Jr. conveyed property on Mount Airy Road to Aaron Z. Nolt Jr. and Glenda B. Nolt for $1.

Becky J. Waldner and Hardy M. Waldner conveyed property on Mountain Top Drive to Josiah Shenk and Kayla Shenk for $380,000.

Aaron Z. Nolt Jr. conveyed property on Indian Run Road to Aaron Z. Nolt Jr. and Glenda B. Nolt for $1.

Betty L. Martin conveyed property on Bloomfield Drive to Colette S. Frantz and Robert D. Frantz Jr. for $340,000.

Denver Borough Lois D. Geist conveyed property on South Second Street to Deborah J. O’Neill and William M. O’Neill for $209,000.

Earl Township

Cindy M. Miller conveyed property on West Main Street to Barry Conrad Parks for $220,000.

Juan C. Salas and Keyla G. Salas conveyed property on Sunflower Street to Benuel J. Beiler and Sylvia Ann Beiler for $280,000.

Joseph M. Curcio and Amber L. Murray conveyed property in Earl Township to Joseph M. Curcio for $15,000.

Glenn Z. Martin and Loreen B. Martin conveyed property in Earl Township to Ellen H. Stauffer and Melvin Z. Stauffer for $430,000.

The Rebecca M. Martin

Estate conveyed property on Hurst Road to Lucille M. Martin and Sheldon L. Martin for $300,000.

East Cocalico Township Sunview Partners LP conveyed property on Stevens Road to Klassen Construction for $89,000.

David K. Smucker and Rebecca Faye Smucker conveyed property on Faust Lane to Jody R. Hoover for $232,000.

The Andrew W. Martin Estate conveyed property on Martin’s Drive to Eric K. Burkholder for $203,000.

First Choice Home Buyers LLC conveyed property on

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D. Hartranft, Atty.

Call auctioneer for details.

Terms By: PARK A. HIRNEISEN ESTATE

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

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Mast Side Shift, 2-Ton Cap., SN GX230-1207-7585KOF.

* Iveco 3-Cyl. DSL Engine w/PTO Clutch.

* Magnaplus 20 KW 65.6 AMP Generator.

* Twin Cyl. Air Compressor w/Vilkers Hyd. Pump.

* 1-Horse Carriage w/Brown Interior, LED Lights, Good Shape.

* 1-Horse Spring Wagon/Pickup.

* Snapper Walk Behind 48” Mower w/Sulky KAW FC420 V-Eng. Mod. PP71401 KWV.

* Commercial Cub Cadet Walk Behind Mower w/33” Wide Cut Dual Blade Mower Deck w/Briggs 10ICOHV Eng., 4-Spd. Forward, 1 Reverse, Elec. Start.

* Hahn Mod. 1130E Riding Mower w/Briggs, Elec. Start, 28” Deck. Metal Skid Storage Rack, Pallet Jacks, (2) 5hp Rototillers, Live Animal Traps.

Shop Tools – Equipment: Grizzley Mod. G10212 15” Planer 220V Elec., Grizzley Mod. G1012 18” Band Saw Elec., DeWalt Mod. 705 12” Rad. Arm Saw w/10’ Table Elec., Craftsman Floor Mod. Drill Press Elec., Grizzley Mod. G-120 12-Spd. Floor Mod. Drill Press, Grizzley 10” Table Saw Elec., Porter Cable Router w/Table Elec., Multi-Head Drill Press (4-air drill, 2-hyd. drill) 6”x7’ Vert. Sander Hyd., Walker Turner Rad. Arm Saw w/Dado Blade Attach. Hyd., Moulder w/Air Router Power Feeder, Twin Air Comp. w/Honda Eng., Pallet Strap Binder, Binks Super Hornet Paint Sprayer, DeWalt 12” Chop Saw, (8) Asst. Size Shop Carts (some w/shelves), Misc. Lawn Furniture Gigs, 24” Elec. Pedestal Floor Fan, Asst. New Lawn Furniture (some assembled & unassembled), 3-Phase Converter, Hyd. Dust Collector Unit, Honda 8hp Eng.

Pedal Tractor – Hardware – Guns: Int. Pedal Tractor, (2) Schumacher Battery Charger, Handyman Jack, Bag & Appliance Carts, Horse Harness, Horse Hitches, 3-Burner Garland 19”x36” Cast Iron Grill, 250,000 BTU Propane Heater, Glo-Warm Propane Heater, Asst. Hyd. & Air Hoses, Pullies, Pea/Beam Scale, 1¼” – 2½” Asst. SS & Zinc Screws, Carriage & Lag Bolts Various Lengths, Pipe Fittings, Asst. Air Tools, Wood Tables, Hoses, Cords, Asst. Shop Tools, Garden Tools, Wall Lanterns, Chase-The-Rat & Wood Lawn Flower Ornaments Made by Benuel, 20ga. Single Shot, 20ga. Bolt, Savage 30-30 Bolt w/Clip & Weaver 3x9 Scope.

SELLING FOR RAYMOND LEE & MARY ANN KING Farm Equipment: Duetz 4-Cyl. F4L1011 DSL on 2-Wheel Cart w/Rockford Gear Box, Clutch & Hyd., JD 620 5-Bar Rake w/Dolly Wheel on Steel, NH 311 Baler w/Wisc. 2-Cyl. Eng. On Rubber, JD 7000 4-RN Conservation Corn Planter w/Frame Mounted Coulters, Dry Fertilizer & Insecticide Boxes, N. Idea 323 1-Row Corn Picker w/Wisc. 4-Cyl. VH4D Eng. Elec. Start w/Hyd., NH 782 Harvester w/Gooseneck Ext. & Duetz 6-Cyl. DSL & Tayloria Clutch

Say You Saw It In “The Shopping News” - Wednesday, November 30, 2022 - 11B
brick split level dwl. w/2969 SF
kitchen
cherry Signature
bonus closet
appliances, living
doors
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cellar, bonus
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NMLS ID #834368) Patricia A. Burkhart Lisa:
www.klinekreidergood.com PUBLIC AUCTION BRICK 3 BDRM. SPLIT LEVEL – 2 CAR GAR. HEATED & INSULATED POLE BLDG. 40x60 2.2 ACRE COUNTRY LOT BOWMANSVILLE – FIVEPOINTVILLE AREA TUESDAY, DECEMBER 20 • 4 P.M. Randal V. Kline Roy E. Good, Jr. Aaron Z. Nolt Curvin M. Horning 717-445-4309 Lic. #499, #2116, #5064, #3956 7 S. Wayne Street, West Chester, PA 19382 – Chester County ABSOLUTE AUCTION Automotive Garage Liquidation Auction Multiple Rotary Auto Lifts, Tool Chests, Worldwide Environmental Emission Unit, Alignment Lift, Snap-on Equipment, Mac Tools, Industrial Grade Air Compressors & Much More Wed., Dec. 14 @ 10:00 A.M. Automo�ve Li�s: (2) Rotary Auto 10,000 Lbs. 3 Phase Motors with Safety Switches. (1) Rotary Auto 10,000 Lb. 3 Phase Li� with Truck Adaptors & Safety Switch. (1) Rotary Auto Li� 10,000 Lb. Extend Height w/3 Stage Arm & Truck Adaptors. (1) Challenger 12,000 Lb. Alignment Li� Automo�ve Oil & Grease Tanks: (2) 300-gal. Square Motor Oil Tanks (1) With Yamada Air Pump (1) With Air Diaphragm Pump. (2) 275-gal. Waste Oil Tanks. Several 55-gal. Drums w/Hand Pumps. Lincoln Waste Oil Collector With tank. Barrel Grease Gun. Barrel Mounted Washing Sta�on. Approved Oil Rag Barrel with Closing Lid. Lincoln Oil Drain w/Air Tank. Diaphragm Barrel Pump. Air Grease Barrel & Gun on Wheels. Central Pneuma�c Oil Extractor on Wheels. Heavy Duty Oil Barrel Hand Cart. Auto Alignment, Inspec�on, Tire Engine/Trans Units: Solar Prologix Charging Sta�on (For AGM Ba�eries). Sunex 2 Stage Transmission Jack. (2) Schauer Engine Stater/Chargers Units. Wall Mount Branick Strut Compressor (MST-580A). Sun Brand Motor Vac Carbon Clean Unit. Snap-on Kool-Kare 134 Unit. Robin Air AC Recovery Unit. T-Tech Pro Transmission Fluid Reclaimer. Genisys Scanning System. Northwestern Engine Li� Jack. Coats Tire Machine w/Rim Clamp (5050EX). Snapon Tire Balancer (WB200). (3) Units Freon Recovery Recycling Centers. Symtech LCA 2 Headlight Alignment Machine. Ammco Lathe. FMC Lathe. Coats 4040 SA �re Balancer. Coats 700 Computer Tire Balancer. Worldwide Environmental Emissions Unit (ELS7500). 3 Ton Ram Transmission Jack. Red Arrow Press. ESP System 1 Emissions Units. Tools & Air Compressors & More: Large Mac (Macsimizer) Tool Chest on Wheels. Chicago Pneuma�c QRS 7.5 Air Compressor/Dryer. 12 Volt Booster Pac. 5-gal. Portable Air Tank. Electric Fans on Stands. Power Cra� Pro Hand Hyd. Press. Cra�sman Tool Chest. V-Belt Sizing Tools. Fire Ex�nguishers. 42” Large Fan on Wheels. Bench Vises. Napa Tool Chest. Flaring Tool Kit. Cra�sman Vacuum. Several Creepers. Air Como Air Compressor w/5hp Electric Motor. Several Lrg. Car Jacks. Acetylene Torches. Dayton Bench Grinder. Northwestern Press. Air Hydraulic Jack. Several (Brands) Large Toolboxes. Milwaukee Radio. Large Pallet Rack. JD 826 Snow Blower. Char-Broil Gas Grill w/Propane Cylinder. (4) Alum Rims. (2) Clean Burn Model 2500 Waste Oil Heaters (Seller Will Take Down A�er Auc�on Buyer & Seller Agree On P/U Date). Americana Refrigerator. Lots Of Hand Tools & Other Items Not Listed. Auc�oneer Note: Al’s Automo�ve Is Closing the Business and Everything Sells So You Don’t Want To Miss This Auc�on. Terms: Buyers must have state issued ID. Buyer pays 15% buyer’s premium. Pay with cash, credit card, cashier’s check, or business check only. For forms and addi�onal pictures, go to: www.beiler-campbellauc�ons.com or www.auc�onzip.com or www.GoToAuc�on.com Auctioneers: Elvin Stoltzfus 610-333-5447 AA#019514 Wilmer Martin 717-333-4881 AA#019644 Christ Taylor 717-371-1915 AU#005421 Seller: Al’s Automo�ve 610-692-0310 BEILER-CAMPBELL AUCTION SERVICES
Direc�ons: From Route 842/West Miner St. turn on S. Wayne St. to property on right. PUBLIC AUCTION OF REAL ESTATE 3 BR/1.5 BA RANCHER - 2 CAR GAR. - ½ ACRE LOT SAT., DEC. 17, 2022 SALE AT 11:00 A.M. Located at 130 Blue Lake Rd., Reinholds (W. Cocalico Twp., Lanc. Co.) Reinholds. Turn left on Blue Lake Rd. to property on right. Watch for signs. Real estate consists of a brick rancher, built in 1970, containing a Rutt custom kitchen with breakfast bar; an open dining area; spacious living room; three bedrooms; and one and a half bathrooms all on the main level. There is approx. 1,440 sq. ft. of one floor living space. The full basement is currently unfinished and contains the laundry hookup. Electric radiant ceiling heat. Public water. On-site septic (with public sewer coming, per W. Cocalico Twp.). Situated on a 0.53 (+/-) acre lot, this conveniently located dwelling also features an attached two car garage, a rear patio and ample space to run, garden, and play! This is an estate, and the seller is motivated to sell. You won’t want to miss this fantastic opportunity! Open Houses to be held Sun., Dec. 4 & Sat., Dec. 10 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.
386 Lauschtown Rd., Denver, PA 17517 (Bowmansville). Rt. 897 S. from Rt. 272. Cross Turnpike bridge. Left Lauschtown Rd. to property on left. OR Rt. 625 N. thru Bowmansville. Left Lauschtown Rd. to property on right.
finished area, eat-in
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rm. w/bow window, L-shaped family rm. w/French
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3 bdrms., 1½ baths, 1st floor laundry, bsmt. w/cold
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insulated windows, attached 2 car garage w/pull
steps overhead storage. Outbldg: Pole bldg. 40x60 insulated w/oil heat, radiant floor heat, separate 400 Amp elec. service, (2) overhead doors & 16’ ceilings, level 2.2 ACRE country lot partially wooded, separate drive to shop. Zoned Ag. Owner relocated & motivated to sell! Ideally located country property w/“one owner” very clean & well-maintained dwl. Large heated shop w/potential for various uses. Convenient location, minutes to Fivepointville, Terre Hill, East Earl & Adamstown w/easy access to Rts. 625, 897, 222 & Turnpike. Personal inspection by appointment or open house December 3, 10 & 17 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
717-823-2284
www.beiler-campbellauctions.com
888-209-6160
319 Hammertown Rd., Narvon, PA 17555. Rt. 23 E. of Blue Ball to Churchtown. Left N. Churchtown Rd. straight onto Hammertown Rd. to auction on left. (Caernarvon Twp., Lanc. Co.)
Refrigerator Trailer – Iveco Diesel – Generator: * 2009 8’x12’ Tandem Axle Johnson Cooler Box w/Elec. Capabilities, 10,000 GVW w/Title, 2-Cyl. Honda GX610 V-Twin Eng. w/Winco 9500 Generator (this unit runs Johnson Cooler but will be sold separately) * 1979 S.P. Construction 7’x10’ Tandem Axle Trailer, 3,000 GVW w/Title, TR 39899 PA.
SELLING FOR BENUEL S. KING ESTATE
GCX25 LP Towmotor w/2-Stage
Clark
on Rubber, NH 824 2-R Corn Head, NH 630 Round Baler, 4-Bale Tandem Axle Round Bale Carrier w/Web, Honda 11hp Eng. & Lift Arm on Steel, Round About Stationary Wrapper, NH 630 Round Baler, Badger 8’x14’ Chuck Wagon on Rubber, 2-14” Hyd. Plow, Clipper Seed Cleaner w/Bagger, (2) Gravity Bin Wagons on Steel, NH 130 Manure Spreader w/End Gate, 2-Cyl. Wisc. Eng. 540 Clutch
PUBLIC AUCTION CLEAN FARM EQUIP. – WOODWORKING TOOLS IVECO DIESEL – GRASS HAY – CONSTRUCTION TRAILER TUESDAY, DECEMBER 6 • 9 A.M.
Kline
Good,
******************************************************************************* 290 LOTS OF COINS AND CURRENCY Selling many pieces of small and large currency to include Columbia, Elizabethtown, and Wrightsville 1929. Large size to include $5 silver certificate PMG VF 25, $10 silver certificate, 1891 PMG VF 25 & many others graded and ungraded. Many type coins including bust half dollars. Proof/mint sets, 90% silver and more. ************************************************************************************** A catalogued listing can be picked up at the Auction Center for free. Listing is also available on our website, www.horstauction.com. Online bidding available through Hi-Bid. Accepted Payments: Cash or PA check. Visa, MasterCard, Discover and Debit Card with 3% fee. No out of state checks without prior approval. “HorstAuctionCenter” COIN SALE THURS., DEC. 8, 2022 SALE TIME - 12:00 NOON INSPECTION - Thursday, December 8, 9:00 A.M. thru the Sale Sale to be held at Horst Auction Center, 50 Durlach Road, Ephrata, Lancaster Co., PA
on Steel, Gehl 100 Hammermill w/Blower & Screens on Rubber, (3) 8’x16’ Flatbed Wagons on Grove Running Gears & Steel Wheels, 25’ King Wyse Elev., Little Giant 23’ Elev. 6” Paddles, Mayrath 4”x21’ Elec. Auger, 4”x14’ Auger w/Hopper on Wheels Hyd., (2) Fore Carts (1 w/Hyd.), Straw Chopper w/6hp Honda Eng., 4 ½’x4 ½’ Box Fan w/Honda Eng., Portable Hyd. Unit on Wheels w/Honda 11hp Eng., 7’x9’ Calf Hutch w/Fencing & Wood Floor, 275-Gal. Fuel Tank w/ Pump, Sm. Nurse Tank, Coats 40-40A Tire Changer & Balancer, PTO Shaft, Drain Snake, Tires & Steel Wheels, Propane & Gas Lights, 42” Pull Behind Drop Spreader, 8-Mule Harness, Bridles & Collars, 4,5 & 6-Horse Hitch, Ping Pong Table, Sleds, Asst. Shelving, Warmer, Market Equip., 18”x26” Market Trays, Dr. Pepper Cabinet, (24) 4’ Round Bale Grass Hay NOTE: Clean, well-maintained line of shed-kept equipment. Auction to begin at 9 AM w/tools followed by larger shop equipment and farm equipment. Terms are cash, PA check or credit card w/3% service fee. Food Stand by King’s Famous Sausages. See website for more photos of farm equipment. Benuel S. King Estate Raymond Lee & Mary Ann King 717-475-7389 or 717-372-7567 www.klinekreidergood.com
Randal V.
Roy E.
Jr. Aaron Z. Nolt Curvin M. Horning 717-445-4309 Lic. #499, #2116, #5064, #3956

Ingham Drive to Heather M. Moore and James Moore for $270,000.

Alex W. Weaver and Heather M. Weaver conveyed property on Terrace Avenue to Becky Waldner and Hardy Waldner for $320,000.

East Earl Township

Vera A. Kochel, Ernest G. Martin, and Yvonne S. Martin conveyed property on Briertown Road to Yvonne S. Martin for $325,000.

Elizabeth Township Joan M. Martin conveyed property on East 28th Division Highway to Evergrace Properties LLC for $425,000.

K. Todd Good, Parke H. Good, and Perry D. Good conveyed property in Elizabeth Township to Carol L. Good and Perry D. Good for $1.

Ephrata Borough

Merle Sensenig conveyed property in Ephrata Borough to Malon L. Bailey and Sarah E. Naylor for $308,000.

Gary E. Groff and Lisa L. Groff conveyed property on South State Street to Noelle A. Hurst and Michael D. Voelker for $185,000.

Danielle M. Bradley and Elvin C. Bradley conveyed property on West Main Street to Tyler Shue for $250,900.

James W. Barndt and Rosa M. Barndt conveyed property on West Sunset Avenue to James W. Barndt and Rosa M. Barndt for $1.

Ephrata Township

Marelda J. Martin and Timothy N. Martin conveyed property in Ephrata Township to Darnell Martin and Laurel Martin for $200,000.

The Jennifer D. Blakeslee Estate conveyed property on Rettew Mill Road to RHF Associates LLC for $202,000.

Lititz Borough

The Donald L. Krushinski

and M. Lynn Krushinski Revocable Living Trust conveyed property on North New Street to Daryl T. Krushinski for $1.

Danny Manzanares and Jessica Manzanares conveyed property on Front Street to Jodi Sanger Weaver and Joseph Weaver for $473,000.

The Estate of Pauline L. Bingeman conveyed property in Lititz Borough to John A. Hickey and Rebecca A. Hickey for $440,000.

Stacey L. Samii conveyed property on East Second Street to Hossein Douglas M. Samii and Stacey L. Samii for $1.

John P. Zagorski conveyed property on West Marion Street to Julia Ann Baltz and Mary Zagorski Maguire for $1.

Robert A. Gosling conveyed property on East Lemon Street to Jason S. Burkholder and Kelly L. Burkholder for $270,000.

New Holland Borough Frances S. Sweigart conveyed property in New

Holland Borough to Daryl R. Hurst for $230,000.

Upper Leacock Township

The John S. Ferenz Jr. Estate conveyed property in Upper Leacock Township to Devin J. Reynolds and Veronica Reynolds for $350,000.

Holly R. Sensenig and Jared T. Stoltzfus conveyed property on North Hershey Avenue to Jared T. Stoltzfus for $1.

Carolyn E. Groff conveyed property on New Holland Pike to Mervin S. Beiler and Verna S. Beiler for $800,000.

Elizabeth Ann Rudy conveyed property in Upper Leacock Township to Brandon J. Martin and Heather E. Martin for $275,000.

Benjamin Minardi III and Pamela K. Minardi conveyed property on Sun Valley Drive to Nicole Minardi for $1.

Warwick Township Michele M. Miller and Warren J. Miller conveyed property on West Sixth Street to Mozart Y. Ortiz Pacheco for $285,000.

Virginia M. Birmingham conveyed property on Limestone Court to Brian W. Birmingham for $260,000.

Lititz Reserve LLC conv­

eyed property on Rothsville Road to Dean C. Brandt for $24,180.

Dean C. Brandt conveyed property in Warwick Township to Dean C. Brandt for $1.

Dean C. Brandt conveyed property in Warwick Township to Lititz Reserve LLC for $55,180.

Kristina K. Miller and Richard L. Miller Jr. conveyed property on Green Acre Road to Robert E. Kirk Jr. and Kathleen O’Brien Kirk for $405,000.

West Cocalico Township Cynthia A. Weir and Roger L. Weir conveyed property on Whitehall Road to Alisha Martin and Lydell S. Martin for $495,000.

Aaron Z. Nolt Jr. conveyed property on Indian Run Road to Aaron Z. Nolt Jr. and Glenda B. Nolt for $1.

West Earl Township

The Ezra Z. Kilmer Estate conveyed property in West Earl Township to Jay E. Burkholder, Lucy Z. Burkholder, Emma R. Horning, and Paul Z. Horning for $1,870,000.

Capria PTO D2/65 Pump; Both like new; Misc. sand filters.

Picking: New Pro-veyor 18’ and 24’ wagons w. Hyd. Rear whl. Steer/hyd 28’ picking conveyor; 2 used 20’ flatbed wagons on 8-ton gears; New Rohand II solar powered picking assist; Crop Care 1600C picking assits w. vari. speed, solar charged; Crop Care 1400 picking assist. New 5x10 lapp wagon, expanded metal bed, front and rear steer.

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 & Glick (717) 354-7700.

NOTE: Excellent opportunity to purchase a well maintained rancher featuring desirable one-floor living w/spacious 2-car garage & level driveway; ideally located midway between New Holland & Lancaster; CV schools. Cycle & Mower @ 4-PM: 1982 Honda Ascot FT500 cycle w/10,868 mi., red, very good condition; Hustler FasTrak 52” zero-turn mower w/17.5hp Briggs engine, excellent condition. For

12B - Wednesday, November 30, 2022 - Say You Saw It In “The Shopping News”
GOING ONCE...GOING TWICE...SOLD! GET THE MOST FOR YOUR MONEY Place your Public Sale in of Lancaster County SHOPPING NEWS THE For more information on advertising, call 717-738-1151 Our Sales Register is also online every week at www.snews.com! ITEMS ALREADY CONSIGNED Produce Equipment: Nolts P1500 waterwheel transplanter; Nolts RB448 4’ plas�c layer; Nolts RB436 3’ Plas�c Layer; Nolts RBR440 4’ Roller Layer; Nolts LIF251 Plas�c mulch Li�er; Nolts LIF 550 Plas�c Mulch Li�er, Hyd. Resest; Toddco horse drawn Plas�c Mulch Li�er; Fisher tomato stake pusher; BoltonLawson flat filler. Sprayers: Rotec 150-gallon field sprayer; 15-gallon rinse tanks, New Duel head SS fog-it greenhouse sprayer; Chemilizer 2” fer�. Injector. Tillage: Case IH 145 3/18 roll over Auto Reset Plow, 1 owner; IH 55 7 or 9 tooth chisel plow; New Lower Valley Welding; 12’ 3 pt. Basket Harrow; 3’ & 6’ mini harrow w. sha�s; JMS 3 pt. 3 shank Auto-Reset Sub soiler; New JMS 3 pt. single shank sub soiler; 6’ Disc; 10’ S �ne drag harrow; 2-Bushhogs, Troy Built roto�ller.
Bauer traveler 2.2” x 885’ hose w. gun;
Irriga�on:
new wheelbarrows; Swisher 60” horse drawn finish mower; Linc. 12v. grease gun; Linc. AC & DC s�ck welder. Tractors: Case IH 4240 4wd cab, 5300 hrs. nice; JD 4066M E-hydro, loader 785 hrs.; Bobcat CT 235 770 hrs., Hydro Loader, JD 2040 2wd.; Farmall Cub w. cul�vators; JD 3032E Hydro compact tractor, 375 hrs., JD 4320 Hydro w. loader; JD 3520 Hydro w. loader; ’13 JD 4720 4wd tractor w. cab, 2023 hrs.; JD pallet forks for 3,4,5 series loader. Skid Loaders: Case 1816 loader w. 192 hrs., on new Robins engine. Farm Equip.: NH 660 round baler. Spring Wagons/Buggies: Alum. Bed cab wagon w. LED lights, Nice; 2 seated men. Carriage on steel; New C-More cart and harness. Tools, Hardware: Joe will be here again w. New Milwaukee and Dewalt power tools, including Chain Saws, Blowers, Weed Eater and reg. Drills, Impacts, Lights, Saws; Heated Jackets, LED lights, including head and flood; Lots of extra ba�eries in 18 and 20V, up to 12 AH. Lunch Stand by Farmersville Fire Co. Benefit Bake Sale for special needs child. Some items subject to reserves and prior sale, not responsible for accidents and no shows; Always many more items coming in late. PUBLIC CONSIGNMENT AUCTION Produce, Greenhouse, Fruit & Vegetable Equip. Growing, Picking, Packaging & Marketing Supplies Tractors, Skid Loaders, Farm Equip., New Tools & Hardware Friday, Dec. 9, 2022 @ 9:00 A.M. Auctioneers: Noah Shirk 717-354-0192 AU#5928 Christ Taylor 717-371-1915 AU#005421 Harold Martin 717-738-4228 AA#19488 Seller: Noah Shirk Auc�ons 717-354-0192 BEILER-CAMPBELL AUCTION SERVICES www.beiler-campbellauctions.com • 888-209-6160 220 Covered Bridge Rd., Ephrata, PA 17522 • Noah Shirk Farm, Lancaster Co. From Rt. 772/23 follow (Main St.) Rt. 23 W. 3/4 mi. to property Consists of a 1,180 sq. ft. 2-bdrm. rancher (1952) w/attractive oor includes a ooring & bay window, limestone FP w/LP log insert; 120-gallon LP tank; modern cherry cabinetry kitchen w/appliances, laminate counter tops, open to 10’x12’ dining area w/new vinyl flooring in 2015; laundry room w/mop sink; full bath;
2-car garage; basement crawlspace
public water &
pump (2017); durable aluminum
roof; nice
area
nice wide
drive
area;
Packing: AZS 16” Brusher washer, AZS 16” infeed table. 8’ Round onion table; AZS 32” brusher, 2 top brushes, Used wooden and cardboard bins. Mar�n’s Prod. Supply: Will again bring load of Wooden Crates, Drip Tape Fi�ngs, Misc. Decora�ve & designer plas�c pots and trays. Misc.: New fiberglass greenhouse tables; 3 Pk. New 58 CT., 2” of x 12’ galv. Greenhouse pipe;
2-bedrooms w/closets & HW flooring; attached 528 sq. ft.
w/concrete floor;
sewer. New central AC/heat
shingle
private backyard w/brick paver patio/BBQ
(2017);
macadam
& parking
annual taxes: $2,826.
listing
(Leola Area) PUBLIC AUCTION 2-BR 1,180 SQ. FT. RANCHER w/2-CAR GAR. * .52-ACRE LOT HONDA ASCOT FT500 CYCLE * HUSTLER 52” Z-TURN MOWER EPHRATA, PA Auction By: John J. Rutt II 717-587-8906 Michael J. Martin 717-371-3333 AY-2189-L Member of PA & National Auctioneers Assoc. Auction For: KYLE J. STOLTZFUS 717-615-6219 “HorstAuctionCenter” VARIETY SALE ANTIQUES, COLLECTIBLES, TOYS, MODEL TRAINS, DOLLS, HOUSEHOLD GOODS, TOOLS SATURDAY, DEC. 3, 2022 AT 9:00 A.M. Preview Times - Friday, Dec. 2 from 2:00 P.M. through 5:00 P.M. and Saturday, Dec. 3 from 7:00 A.M. *The following is just a very general list of items to be sold. Photos representing the entire auction will be posted on our website at www.horstauction.com on Friday, Dec. 2. Sale to be held at the Horst Auction Center, 50 Durlach Rd., Ephrata, PA 17522 (The corner of Rt. 322 & Durlach Rd., approx. 21/2 miles west of Ephrata) ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES; CAST IRON; COPPER & BRASS; LG. COLLECTION LONGABERGER BASKETS; MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS; CHRISTMAS & SEASONAL DECORATIONS; CHINA & GLASSWARE; POTTERY; VINTAGE & COSTUME JEWELRY; LINENS & TEXTILES; ARTWORK & PRINTS; BOOKS & PAPER; TOYS; MODEL TRAINS & ACCESSORIES; SPORTS CARDS & MEMORABILIA; DOLLS & STUFFED ANIMALS; HOUSEHOLD GOODS; TOOLS; BOX LOTS & MANY OTHER ITEMS TO BE SOLD! Accepted Payments - Cash or PA check. Visa, MasterCard, Discover & Debit Cards with 3% fee. No out of state checks without prior approval. Deeds Recorded (Continued From Page 11B)
detailed
& photos, visit www.martinandrutt.com