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“Pieces From The Past” - Featuring The Lititz Historical Foundation Page 2A

Student Spotlight Ephrata High School Tyler Hepler Lititz Area Mennonite School Jeriah Miller Biblical Message ............. 14A Births.................................... 15A Crossword Puzzle......... 12A “Happy Birthday”.......... 15A Obituaries ............................3A Professor Beam’s “Deitsch Eck”......................4A Things To Do ................... 11A

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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 2021 • VOLUME LVI, NO. 34 • READ THE DIGITAL EDITION ON THE WEB:

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Historical Society Plans Christmas At The Mansion Shopping News Photo by Donald Reese The Historical Society of the Cocalico Valley (HSCV) is pleased to announce the 2021 Christmas Open House at the Connell Mansion on Sunday, December 5, from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. Please join them as they celebrate the holiday season. The magnificent 1868 mansion is located at 249 West Main Street, Ephrata. Due to COVID restrictions, they were unable to share this special time with the community in 2020 and are excited to welcome everyone back to spend an afternoon with them! Shown ready to welcome you to the mansion are Lou Tshudy (left) dressed in period attire and Brian Chelton (right), aka Santa, as he dons his new suit. You will enjoy yuletide decorations, with their beautiful Christmas tree being the centerpiece of the Victorian parlor. A chamber vocal ensemble from Cocalico High School will perform from 3:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. The lovely antique organ will come to life as you enjoy holiday sounds just like families during Victorian times. Mark Herr, organist, will perform from 1:00 p.m.

to 3:00 p.m. Mr. Herr is a collector and restorer of historic reed organs with an impressive background in organ music. The Society is

delighted to have him and the student musicians to enrich the afternoon. There will be activities for children, and of course,

Santa Claus will be in attendance, who this year has a handsome new velvet suit. He will be traveling around the mansion to

share Christmas greetings with adults and children alike. Children will receive something to remember (Continued On Page 2A)

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Join the Terre Hill Days Committee as they kick off the holiday season at Terre Hill’s fourth annual Christmas in the Park! 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, kid’s activities, gingerbread cookie decorating, live music in Christmas Tree Plaza and more! Bring your appetite and enjoy a variety of tasty treats from the food pavilion and local vendors including fresh soups, sandwiches, pulled pork nachos, French

fries, funnel cakes, specialty hot chocolates, hand crafted s’mores 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 are a small fee. This year’s featured entertainment includes: Friday night - Mt.

Shopping News Photo by Donald Reese Zion Church; Saturday night - Bailey Fulginiti Trio; and Sunday night - Jeff Krick Jr’s Holiday Elvis show. Admission to the lighted walking trail is by a suggested donation. All proceeds benefit the Terre Hill Park. For more

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Shown in the photo, from left to right, are Valerie Gregory, Daniel Styer, Noah Keckler, John Styer, Hunter Weaver and Bob Wenger.


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leave with their very own treat. Other merchandise, souvenir. such as Christmas cards Indoor and outdoor and prints of an amazing spaces will be available so 1927 aerial photograph of all may feel comfortable. Ephrata, will be available Refreshments will be served for purchase as well. All and Christmas cookies proceeds will benefit the and hot chocolate will HSCV. warm visitors. In addition, Please spend the afternoon candy items by local with them as they return to favorite Lorah’s Handmade Chocolates will be offered sharing this lovely home for sale, as will clear toy at Christmas. Bring your lollipops, a classic holiday family and friends, the mansion will welcome you!

“Pieces From The Past” continues this week, featuring the Lititz Historical Foundation. In this weekly article, Shopping News readers will learn about local items housed in local museums and historical societies. This week’s featured item is a rope bed, which was popular in the 1800s and early 1900s. A phrase often associated with rope beds is “sleep tight, don’t let the bed bugs bite.” However, researchers looking for the origin of “sleep tight” have not found that phrase used in print until 1866, which would be after the coil spring mattress began to replace

Shopping News Photo by Donald Reese the rope bed. The mattresses were often stuffed using straw, shredded corn husks, or down feathers. These materials attracted bed begs, and so over time it became a common phrase to say “sleep tight, don’t let the bed bugs bite.” That does not mean the phrase was not used in reference to rope beds. It just means it cannot be proved one way or the other. The Lititz Historical Society, located at 145 East Main Street, Lititz, is now open. The museum and gift shop will be open Friday and Saturday, 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. through the end of

December. Timed tours “on the :15” will be available beginning with the first tour of the day at 11:15 a.m., and the last tour of the day beginning at 4:15 p.m. Due to COVID-19, they will be following all CDC guidelines, including masks, social distancing and socially-distanced tours, one-way arrow tape on the floors and hand sanitizer. Walk-in tours are welcome, but scheduling a tour in advance is highly encouraged. Call the foundation today at 717627-4636 to schedule your tour.

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Obituaries

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Nancy B. Roberts, 92, Lititz, passed away on Friday, November 5. She was the wife of the late Frank Roberts, and the late Maurice Brackett, her former husband. She is survived by a son, Drew Brackett, husband of Connie; a daughter, Marva Brackett Godin, wife of Roger; two grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. Paul W. Auker, 86, husband of Velma J. (Sensenig) Auker, Ephrata, passed away on Friday, November 12. Besides his wife, he is survived by seven sons: Kevin, husband of Marian (Kurtz) Auker, Denver; Kenneth P. Auker, Denver; Karl E., husband of Sue (Miller) Auker, Quarryville; Kerwood H., husband of Sandy (Newswanger) Auker, Ephrata; Kelvin R. Auker, Beavertown; Klinton G., husband of Wendy (Walmer) Auker, Adamstown; and Keith B., husband of Gina (Leed) Auker, Beavertown; six daughters: Karen, wife of Carmelo Rodriguez, Lancaster; Kathryn, wife of Alan Scheaffer, Manheim; Kristine, wife of Jeff Wasilus, Richland; Karla, wife of Fernando de los Santos, Robesonia; Kim, wife of Darrell Bucher, Sinking Spring; and Kay Auker, Sinking Spring; 38 grandchildren; 42 great-grandchildren; and three sisters: Elsie Martin, Ephrata; Alice, wife of Harvey Brubacher, Ephrata; and Edna, wife of

Ernest Martin, Ephrata. Michael S. “Mike” Adams, 63, husband of Leigh (Crosson) Adams, passed away on Monday, November 15. Besides his wife, he is survived by his mother, Audrey (Stief) Adams; a daughter, Katherine Adams, Atlanta, Georgia; and two brothers: Samuel “Sammy,” husband of Sandy (Hevener) Adams, and Steven Adams, partner of Greg Brubaker. He was preceded in death by his daughters, Sarah Renee and Amanda Leigh Adams. Sharon L. Benton, 66, Leola, passed away on Monday, November 15. She was the wife of the late Keith D. Benton. She is survived by a son, Joshua L., husband of Tabitha S. Lloyd Benton, Stevens; a daughter, Amanda J. Benton, Lancaster; three grandchildren; and two brothers: Wayne, husband of Renae Zeigler, Cibilo, Texas,

and Paul, husband of Melissa Zeigler, Sevierville, Tennessee. Lois A. Thomas, 97, Landis Homes, Lititz, passed away on Monday, November 15. Allan D. Meckley, 73, husband of Brenda S. (Dennis) Meckley, Denver, passed away on Monday, November 15. Donald B. Huber, 91, husband of Rosemary (Snyder) Huber, Lititz, passed away on Tuesday, November 16. Besides his wife, he is survived by three daughters: Diane Stewart, wife of Mike, Lititz; Phyllis Malone, wife of Sean, Pittsburgh; and Suzanne Snyder, wife of Darrell, Lititz; seven grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; and a brother, Jacques E. Huber, husband of Sandra, Manheim. Curt Morris, 57, husband of Sandy (Hendricks) Morris, Lititz, passed away on Tuesday, November 16. Besides his wife, he is survived by his parents, Melvin and Kathleen (Fissel) Morris; a son, Tyler Morris, husband of Alana; a daughter, Madison Morris; three brothers: Lloyd Morris; Nathan Morris, husband of

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buggies and the men led the horses out of the dark grove and became thoroughly wet. A short distance from the grove, there was a covered bridge over the creek at Good’s Mill. The bridge was long enough so that four buggies could find shelter there. The first teams stopped on the bridge and the following teams had to stand in the rain. I was on the bridge and had my girl with me. The people in the buggies and carriages who had to wait in the rain cried out in anger and used words they had not heard at the meeting. Thus there was a great uproar. I believe someone telephoned for the State Police from Good’s Mill. Anyhow, two policemen arrived on horses and cleared out the bridge. In those days, the State Police rode horses and those two had rain clothes that reached back over their horses. We were dry enough under our rubber blanket, but I was wet through and through from leading the horses out of the grove. I’ll never forget how far we sat apart in the buggy! I had not snapped the curtains entirely shut and she had streaks of red dirt on her left shoulder and was - I expect - a bit angry. But all turned out well. Two years later we were married and lived happily for 49 years until she died. *** This week’s account of young Paul Horning’s visit to the Terre Hill camp grove is a sequel to last week’s to Heft’s Grove in Adamstown. We especially enjoyed editing this story of one of the adventures in Paul Horning’s early life because - although we have never been in this grove - we have passed it countless times on our way to Os Beam’s farm by the creek at the end of the lane which comes out on the Red Run-Fivepointville Road. One of our prized colored slides is that of the bridge at Good’s Mill Paul refers to above. It was a landmark which sadly has disappeared. Both my father and my grandfather made frequent visits to Good’s Mill, for the Good farm adjoined the Beam farm and the shortest way there was through the adjoining fields. (We wonder whether any members of this branch of the Good family ever read these columns?) Last week we neglected to salute the good people of Adamstown - for we have good Dutch buddies there - so this week we hasten to do so! Our Deitscher Schtrohhut has long since been thawed out, so with a bow we tilt it in your direction! This week we also salute all the good Dutchmen in and around Fivepointville - which everyone, of course, knows is “Druckne!” And a special salute to Good’s Mill. Even though we’ve only ever been there once or twice in our childhood days, it occupies a very warm spot in our memories! And finally, a warm hug for “Papa” Horning down there in Bradenton, Florida, for conjuring up such vivid memories. May 23, 1984 Es Bischli­Gnippli as die Gude Leit gut gleicht!

dem dunkele Busch gfiert un sin darich nass warre. En glee Schtick vun Busch waar en Dachbrick iwwer die Grick gebaut ans Gude Miehl. Die waar lang genunk as vier Fuhre druff schteh hen kenne. Die vedderschde Fuhre hen gschtoppt uff der Brick un die hinnere Fuhre waare ewwe im Reege. Ich waar uff der Brick hab mei Maedel bei mir ghat. Do hen die Leit vun der Fuhre im Reege Wadde raus gegrische as sie net an der Miedin gheert hen - un es waar en gross Uffruhr. Ich glaab as ebber vun’s Gude Miehl die Schteet Bolies grufe hot uff em Telefon. Ennihau, es sin glei zwee Bolies uff Geil beikumme un hen die Brick abgeglaart. Sell Zeit hen all die Schteet Bolies Geil geridde un die zwee hen Reegegleeder gewaare as weit iwwer ihre Geil zerick gelangt hen. Mir waare woll drucke unnich em Gum Blaenket, awwer ich waar ewwe darich nass vum Gaul aus em Busch fiehre un ich vergess sei Lewes net wie weit as ich un mei Maedel vunnenanner gsitzt hen in dem Waegli. Ich hab die Curtains net ganz tight zamme gschnallt ghat un sie hot Schtreeme roder Dreck uff ihre linkse Schulder ghat un waar - denkich - en Bissel bees. Awwer es hot alles gut ausgschafft. Mir hen zwee Yaahr dernooch gheiert un hen in Friede gleebt fer 49 Yaahr bis sie gschtarewe is. *** The Camp Meeting At Terre Hill This was a black camp meeting, but many white folks drove there with horses and buggies and tied their horses to the trees. I drove there myself one Sunday afternoon and evening. I recall well that there was a large water trough not far away where the people watered their horses. Each also had a bundle of hay along for the horse. That evening, a black person preached in English on the subject: “The Dynamite of God.” There was a black choir on the platform. The preacher had his sleeves rolled up, his collar unbuttoned and led the choir. He pronounced the word dynamite as “Dunnemite.” He threw his arms into the air and clapped his hands at the word BOOM! So they sang very loudly, “When the Dunnemite of God goes BOOM!” There were excellent bass singers in the choir and it really rang (in the grove). The preacher motioned with his hands that the people all should sing along. Well, now, the BOOM! was sung even louder and two of the horses tore loose and would have run away had not a few men grapped them by the bridle. I stood by my horse to keep him quiet. Before long they had more BOOM! than they were looking for. Early in the evening it thundered from afar, but about nine o’clock a thunderstorm came up suddenly. It thundered heavily and the lights went out. The black people ran into their tents. The white women crawled into their

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Evelyn N. Ulrich, 79, Ephrata, formerly of Martin­ dale, passed away on Thurs­ day, November 18. She is survived by six brothers: Luke N., husband of Willa (Martin) Ulrich, Schoeneck; Raymond E., husband of Janet (Burkhart) Ulrich, Reinholds; James N., husband of Sara (Strauss) Ulrich, Denver; David N., husband of Kathy (Shirk) Ulrich, New Holland; Mark N., husband of Marlene (Weaver) Ulrich, Ephrata; and Carl G., husband of Pam (Fyffe) Ulrich, New York. Elsie Z. Zimmerman, 82, Martindale, passed away on Thursday, November 18. She was the wife of the late Ray W. Zimmerman. She is survived by two sons: Melvin R., husband of N. Jane (Burkholder) Zimm­ erman, Martindale, and Jay Edwin, husband of Melissa (Steh) Zimmerman, Okla­ homa; two daughters; Mary Ann, wife of Lamar High, Beavertown, and Eva Jane, wife of Kevin Martin, Lititz; 19 grandchildren; and 20 great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death The family of Mark Yoder celebrated five generations with a recent photo. Shown in the photo, from left to right, are by four daughters: Esther (top row) Galen Yoder, Marian Yoder, Heather Weaver, Shannon Weaver; (bottom row) Mark Yoder, Alice Yoder, Emberly Fay, Edith May, Kathryn Weaver, Remmey Weaver and Jeremy Weaver. (Continued On Page 15A)

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The Historical Society of the Cocalico Valley, located at 237-249 West Main Street (Route 322), Ephrata, needs your help! They are hoping that Shopping News readers can provide information regarding this photo. Shown in the photo is a Santa and an unidentified woman outside the Joseph S. Harris Variety Store in Denver, ca. late 1950s. The photo was taken by Denver dentist Dr. Raymond Stayer. If you are able to provide more details about this picture or identify the persons shown, call The Historical Society of the Cocalico Valley at 717-7331616 or email cjmarquet@ gmail.com. Future “Do You Know…” photos will be published in upcoming Shopping News issues. If a photo is identified, the information will be published. The Historical Society of the Cocalico Valley is dedicated to discovering, gathering and preserving materials and data relative to 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

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The

Bulletin Board THURS., DECEMBER 2 - Terre Hill Bible Fellow­ ship Church, 407 West

Main St., Terre Hill, will hold a Holiday Stop-nShop Vendor Show, from 1:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Food, baked goods and beverages will be available. All proceeds will be donated towards a missions trip to Alaska. For more info., call Jill at 484-5294647. FRI., DECEMBER 3, SAT., DECEMBER 4 & SUN., DECEMBER 5 -

Terre Hill will hold their 4th Annual Christmas in the Park at 210 Lancaster Ave., Terre Hill, from 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. There will be lights, vendors, walking trail, kid’s activities, gingerbread cookie decorating, live music and more! Parking and admission are free. All proceeds benefit the Terre Hill Park. (Continued On Page 12A)

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SAT., DECEMBER 4 ­ Akron Church of the Brethren, 613 Main St., Akron, will hold their 3rd Annual Clothing and Gift Giveaway, from 7:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. in the church gym. Everyone is welcome and no money will be exchanged. For more info., call the church at 717-859-

2156. SAT., DECEMBER 4 ­ The Friends of Coleman Memorial Park will host the Christkindl Market at 1400 West Maple St., Lebanon, from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Proceeds will go towards the maintenance and improvements for the park. SAT., DECEMBER 4 ­ City Gate, 100 East Main St., Ephrata, will host a Free Lunch, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. or while supplies last. SAT., DECEMBER 4 ­ Coleman Memorial Chapel, Brickerville, 1980 Furnace Hills Pike, Lititz, will host a Christmas Bazaar from 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. There will be homemade items,

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baked goods and candy and white elephant items. For more info., call 717-2037068. SAT., DECEMBER 4 ­ The Upper Leacock Township War Memorial Association is sponsoring a monthly indoor Flea Market/Garage Sale, from 7:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. in the Veteran’s Hall of the War Memorial Building, 54 West Main St., Leola. There is no admission charge. Refreshments available for purchase. For more info., call 717-656-6154. SAT., DECEMBER 4 ­ Brickerville United Lutheran Church, 340 East 28th Division Hwy., Lititz, will hold a Christmas Bazaar, from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon. THURS., DECEMBER 9 ­ Trinity United Methodist Church, 420 Main St., Denver, will host a Free Community Meal. Takeout only. Pre-orders required by Friday, December 3. Pickup time is between 5:30 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. For more info. or to pre-order, call 717-336-6748. Sponsored by local churches. SAT., DECEMBER 11 ­ Delaware Valley Golden Retriever Rescue will hold it’s monthly “Meet and Greet The Goldens” from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon at 60 Vera Cruz Rd., Reinholds. Food is available

to purchase. No admission charge. For more info., call Inza at 717-484-4799. SAT., DECEMBER 11 ­ City Gate, 100 East Main St., Ephrata, will host a Free Lunch, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. or while supplies last. FRI., DECEMBER 10 & SAT., DECEMBER 11 ­ Historic Schaefferstown, Inc. will host its Annual Christkindlmarkt at St. Paul’s U.C.C., 1304 Heidelberg Ave., Schaefferstown, from 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. on Friday, and from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. on Saturday. Admission is free. For more info., call Peg Fitzkee at 717-949-2697 or Harriet Faren at 717-2728118. SAT., DECEMBER 18 ­ City Gate, 100 East Main St., Ephrata, will host a Free Lunch, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. or while supplies last.

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Ephrata Library Programs

The Ephrata Public Library will be hosting the following events in the coming week. For more information, call the library at 717-738-9291. • Wednesday, December 1, 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, December 1, 3:30 p.m. - Library eSports Practice. Play, compete, practice, repeat! Join the library eSports team. Right now they are playing Rocket League and League of Legends. Inter­ ested in becoming a member, or looking for more information? Reach out to them at publicprograms@ephrata publiclibrary.org. You must be at least 11 years old to join the team. • Wednesday, December 1, 4:30 p.m. - Holy Guacamole! Kids Foodie Lab. Join them at the Library for easy recipes that kids will enjoy making and eating. Seasonal ingredients

will be showcased. Ages 8-12. • Thursday, December 2, 1:00 p.m. - Movin’ & Groovin’. Have ants in your pants? No worries! Come to the Library and get your energy out with this interactive program with music, motion, sound, games and storytelling! Children will get out some pent-up energy while learning to take turns, follow directions and be respectful to one another. Plus, they will discuss a healthy habit during each session! There may be times that they go outside to play, so please dress appropriately! Ages 3-7. • Thursday, December 2, 6:00 p.m. - Family Movie Night. Join the library for a family movie night. A warrior called Raya is eager to discover the last dragon living in a realm called Lumandra. The alternate version of Earth is occupied by an old civilization. Rated PG. 114 minutes. Popcorn will be provided. All ages are welcome! • Saturday, December 4, 2:00 p.m. - Cookies & Milk with Santa. Join the library for a special visit with Santa! Enjoy a snack and child-friendly beverages; as well as holiday art activities and fun with family and friends! Ages 2-10.

• Monday, December 6, 10:00 a.m. - Armchair Travels. Visit national parks, world famous cities, hidden travel gems and U.S. favorites with culture, music and fun all from the comfort of your own chair. And you can help choose the itinerary each month. Ages 21-121. • Monday, December 6, 10:00 a.m. - Story Time. Preschoolers are invited to this story time that integrates songs and concept-enriched finger 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 6, 4:00 p.m. - Cookie Baking for Teens. They’ll be making cookies, decorating and getting into the holiday spirit while learning to make a new recipe! Ages 13-18. • Monday, December 6, 4:30 p.m. – Kids Literacy

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THIS WEEK’S

Biblical Message

God’s Rx For Fainting Spells. Author: Wenger 1. Depend on God’s power. Isaiah 40:29-31: “He gives power to the weak, and to those who have no might He increases strength even the youths shall faint and be

weary, and the young men shall utterly fall, But those who wait on the Lord shall renew their strength; they shall mount up with wings like eagles, they shall run and not be weary, they shall walk and not faint.” When the people spoke of stoning David he didn’t faint, instead he “strengthened himself in the Lord” 1 Samuel 30:6. Paul said it another way, “When I am weak then am I strong.” Realizing that he had no power within himself he depended totally on the Lord. Proverbs 21:31 says, “the horse is made ready for the day of battle, but deliverance is from the Lord.” Zechariah 4:6 says, “not by might nor by power but by My Spirit,” says the

Lord of hosts. Remember the three Hebrew children and the golden image they were commanded to bow down before? Their answer to the King was, “whether our God will deliver us or not; we do not know; but this we do know we will not bow down to your image.” It took real conviction but they stood firm in the day of adversity and didn’t faint. Queen Esther is another Old Testament example of a woman who was courageous in the day of adversity. Haman plotted to kill all of the Jews. Mordecai asked Queen Esther to go unsummoned before the King which in that day; would be a capital crime punishable by death. Esther went to the

King, revealed the plot and saved the nation. She totally depended on God when she said, “If I perish I perish.” God delivered the entire nation. 2. Delight in God’s word. Psalm 119:47: “I will delight myself in your commandments, which I love.” Please read Psalm 119 entirely…the longest chapter of the Bible. This chapter displays the power and resource of the word of God for the believer. The single greatest illustration of this in the New Testament is that of our Lord in His desert temptation. Three times Satan tempted Him Matt 4:1-11. Each time our Lord

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Kay and Janet Marie Zimmerman, and a grandchild. Vera M. Zimmerman, 82, New Holland, passed away on Thursday, November 18. She was the wife of the late Lloyd H. Zimmerman. She is survived by four sons: Leon N., husband of Anna (Martin) Zimmerman, Leola; Ivan N., husband of Lucy (Martin) Zimmerman, North Fairfield, Ohio; J. Lloyd, husband of Ella (Martin) Zimmerman, Leola; and Glen N., husband of Emma (Martin) Zimmerman, New Holland; three daughters: Norma N., wife of Alvin O. Zimmerman, Greenwich, Ohio; Verna N., wife of Eugene Zimmerman, Ephrata; and Lucy N., wife of Joe Oberholtzer, New Holland; 54 grandchildren; 37 great-grandchildren; two brothers: Floyd, husband of Jane (Burkholder) Nolt, New Holland, and Harvey R. Nolt, New Holland; and three sisters: Annetta Burkholder, East Earl; Lydia Mae, wife of Amos Zimmerman, Penn Yan, New York; and Alta Nolt, Leola.

She was preceded in death by one grandchild, and two great-grandchildren. James F. Drumm, 88, wife of Mary J. (Davis) Drumm, Lititz, passed away on Friday, November 19. Besides his wife, he is survived by a son, James T. Drumm; three daughters: Linda, wife of Richard Wagner; Bonnie, wife of John Yoder; and Tammy, wife of Fran Wunderlich; seven grandchildren; and six great-grandchildren. Lydia Stehr, 94, Leola, passed away on Friday, November 19. She was the wife of the late Edward Q. Stehr. She is survived by three daughters: Hope Stehr, Leck Kill; Joy Beck, wife of John Beck, Lancaster; and Pamela Rushmer, wife of Allen Rushmer, Paradise; three grandchildren; five great-grandchildren; a brother, Rev. Bruce Willier, husband of Arfie; and six sisters: Frieda Morgan; Mary Brosius; Ruth Morgan, wife of Harry; Emma Smink; Arlene Masser, wife of Mark; and Nancy Willier. Isaac H. Zimmerman Jr., 87, husband of Fannie M. Leinbach Zimmerman, New Holland, passed away on Saturday, November 20.

Besides his wife, he is survived by five sons: Ion, husband of Lydia Zimmerman, Penn Yan, New York; Floyd, husband of Emma Zimmerman, Shiloh, Ohio; Paul, husband of Arlene Zimmerman, Plattville, Wisconsin; John Isaac, husband of Minerva Zimmerman, New Enterprise; and Wayne, husband of Marian Zimmerman, Boyd, Wisconsin; six daughters: Naomi, wife of Earl Burkholder, Shippensburg; Martha, wife of Elvin Nolt, Owen, Wisconsin; Esther, wife of Christ Sensenig, Shippensburg; Ella, wife of Harvey Sauder, Denver; Mabel, wife of Leon Stauffer, New Holland; and Verna, wife of Lloyd Ray Martin, Altz Vista, Iowa; 93 grandchildren; 118 greatgrandchildren; three brothers: Aaron, husband of Edna Zimmerman, New Holland; Lloyd, husband of Annetta Zimmerman, Terre Hill; and Paul, husband of Mabel Zimmerman, East Earl; and three sisters: Anna Martin, Shippensburg; Vera Newswanger, East Earl; and Miriam Zimmerman, Versailles, Missouri. He was preceded in death by a son, Harold; a daughter, Lucy; and three stillborn grandchildren.

Births DAVIES, Andrew J. and Michaela (Pautz), Ephrata, a son, at Women & Babies Hospital. HEYL, Justin and Alicia, New Holland, a son, at Women & Babies Hospital. INGRAM, Mya, and Corbin Cassel, New Holland, a son, at Women & Babies Hospital. LAPP, Benuel and Anna (Allgyer), Ephrata, a daughter, at home. LAPP, Melvin Lee and Emma S. (King), Narvon, a son, at UPMC Lititz. LY, Ronald D. and Janice Tien, Leola, a daughter, at Women & Babies Hospital. MARTIN, Brent and Lori, Denver, a son, at UPMC Lititz. MARTIN, Mark and Audrey, Ephrata, twin daughters, at UPMC Lititz. MEANS, Craig A. and

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TLUMACH, Timothy and Stephanie (Palwhnyuk), Ephrata, a son, at Women & Babies Hospital. TOWNSLEY, Trisha and Rafe Hottenstein, Lititz, a son, at Women & Babies Hospital. WEAVER, James and Dorcas (Shirk), Narvon, a daughter, at UPMC Lititz.

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Warwick Education Foundation Receives Generous Financial Gift

The Warwick Education Foundation (WEF) was recently presented a check in the amount of $100,000 by Henry R.Gibbel, President and CEO of Lititz Mutual Insurance Company. The donation will be used to

fund innovative educational programs within the Warwick School District. Lititz Mutual is a longtime contributor to the WEF through the Educational Improvement Tax Credit (EITC) Program, which

New Holland Christmas On Main

The New Holland Busi­ ness Association will host its 14th annual Christmas on Main in downtown New Holland on Saturday, December 4. North and South Roberts Avenue and a section of Main Street will be closed to create space for an outdoor Christmas market, food vendors, a car show, carriage rides, a visit from Santa and a tree lighting. Activities are planned from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. An annual tradition,

Shopping News Photo by Donald Reese Christmas on Main offers a parking lot, near the corner family-friendly, comm­ of South Roberts Avenue unity-based way to celebrate and Franklin Street). Enjoy the holiday season. All local vendors selling a events and activities are free variety of items including and open to the public. gifts, Christmas decorations, Shown in the photo are and food for your holiday Co-Chairman Jen Parsons entertaining. (left) and Ed Dougherty • Food Vendors, 11:00 (right). a.m. to 6:00 p.m. (South Some of the day’s Roberts Avenue). Featured highlights include: food vendors include the • Outdoor Christmas Mar­ New Holland Lions Club, ket, 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Boy Scouts, the Cub Scouts (New Holland Ambulance (Continued On Page 3B)

is administered by the PA Department of Community and Economic Development. The EITC Program grants tax credits to eligible businesses that donate to an approved Educational Improvement

Shopping News Photo by Donald Reese Organization as the Warwick Education Foundation. Shown in the photo, from left to right, during the recent check presentation, are Dan Doremus, WEF; Henry R. Gibbel, President

and CEO, Lititz Mutual; Barbara Mobley, Executive Director, WEF; Grant Hummer, President, WEF; Henry H. Gibbel, Chairman, Lititz Mutual; and Aaron Schwartz, WEF.

East Cocalico Lion Recognized As Melvin Jones Fellow

Recently, Lion Charles Holsey was recognized as a Melvin Jones Fellow by the Lions Clubs International Foundation (LCIF) and the East Cocalico Lions Club for his commitment to serving the world community. Named for the founder of Lions Clubs International, Melvin Jones, this fellowship is the highest form of recognition given by the foundation and honors commitment to humanitarian service. Lion Charles has been “Serving” since 2016 but

Shopping News Photo by Donald Reese the club has been fortunate with his service since he transferred his membership in December 2017 and since then he has served as Chairperson of the Club’s highly successful “Food Bank” Collection and has or is serving on several other committees. He received a finely crafted plaque, a letter from Past Lions International President Dr. Jung-Yul Choi and a lapel pin acknowledging his dedication to the foundation’s humanitarian

goals. As a Melvin Jones Fellow, he became a part of the growing network of individuals who are committed to improving the quality of life for people locally and in communities around the world. Lions Clubs International Foundation is the charitable arm of Lions Clubs International. Established in 1968, LCIF is committed to providing humanitarian services to those in need, (Continued On Page 3B)


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On August 6th, 1956, in an effort to provide ambulance service to the community, the Reamstown Fire Company formed a committee to pursue the purchase of an ambulance and have people trained to serve as attendants. Within a few weeks, the company purchased a 1952 Cadillac ambulance for $4,500, and shortly after, began providing service to the community. The Reamstown Fire Company Ambulance currently covers an area that is approximately 60% residential, 20% agriculture and 20% commercial or industrial. Their personnel consists of four full-time paid staff members, three part-time paid staff members, and seven volunteer staff members, who respond to 1000 to 1100 calls for service annually. The staff participate in in-house training every month, and many staff members also attend other training seminars that are held by area hospitals, either virtually or in person. Shown in the top left photo, from left to right, are Reamstown Fire Company Ambulance personnel: (standing) Deidre Work and her daughter Mackenna, who hopes to work as an EMT when she grows up, Erika Beal, Rick Carpenter, Julie Carpenter, Whitney Rossi and Regina Haldeman; (kneeling) David Mease, Michelle Masoner and Kyle Carpenter. Missing from the photo are Ryan Krimes, Joe Jarkowsky and Tony Gasparich. Shown in the additional photos, taking part in training exercises, are: (top right, clockwise from left) Julie Carpenter Whitney Rossi, Rick Carpenter, David Mease, Kyle Carpenter, Deidre Work and Erika Beal; (bottom left) Erika Beal, Whitney Rossi and Julie Carpenter; (bottom center) Michelle Masoner, Rick Carpenter and Regina Haldeman; (bottom right) David Mease and Kyle Carpenter.

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The Reamstown Fire Company Ambulance is actively involved in local community events, participating in National Night Out, health fairs, safety days, and Fire Prevention Week, offering safety and education tips to local public, private and home school students. Prior to COVID, their EMS staff also participated in Career Day at Cocalico Middle School. In addition to attending these community events, they provide EMS coverage for Cocalico High School varsity football games, local swim meets, 5K runs, and the Denver Fair. While they are fortunate to receive great monetary support from the residences and businesses in their primary response area, the Reamstown Fire Company Ambulance notes that there has been a vast decline in volunteerism in this area. Volunteers are always needed! A decline in volunteerism creates a need to hire paid providers; this, coupled with low reimbursement from insurance carriers presents a definite challenge to their EMS service. If you would like to help support the Reamstown Fire Company Ambulance, donations can be mailed to Reamstown Fire Co. EMS, P.O. Box 276, Reamstown, PA 17567.

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Lititz Public Library Events The following events will be hosted by the Lititz Public Library for the month of December. The library will be closed on Friday, December 24 and Saturday, December 25. For more information, call the library at 717-626-2255 or email register@lititzlibrary. org. • Mitten Tree - Now through Saturday, Decem­ ber 18. Please bring in new, unwrapped scarves, hats, gloves, mittens, socks, masks, and umbrellas for the Mitten Tree. • Lititz Warwick Comm­ unity Chest Christmas Baskets - Now through Saturday, December 18. Please come into the library

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FOR SALE: Lionel trains, sets, extra cars, track, ac-­ cessories, buildings, very lim-­ ited Merry Xmas. 717-3412800.

FOR SALE: Firewood. Mixed hardwoods, no maple, no pine. Split and cut to 18”, well seasoned, stored in greenhouse for 1 year. $185/ cord plus delivery. 717-7333952.

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FOR SALE: Moravian Church Square Lititz Christmas scene, framed print, Al Taft, 18”x13”, $50. 717-7157339. FOR SALE: Ash logs for fire-­ wood. Call 717-336-7779. FOR SALE: Small straw bales, ear corn. Can deliver. 717-945-3842.

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Notice During the 2020­2021 school year, Green Lawn Garage, Inc. generously donated 5% of their total sales from work done on Cocalico School District employees’ vehicles to the Cocalico Education Foundation. This program was instituted by Mr. Mitch Fasnacht, owner, who believes in giving back to the local community and

Part-Time Local company is in need of experienced drivers. Great opportunity for retired drivers and others who have a flexible schedule looking for additional income. Oncall on-demand time sensitive, time critical p/up and delivery. Home daily. Well maintained equipment excellent pay. Must have minimum 3 years verifiable truck driving experience. Must have minimum 3 years clean MVR and minimum 3 years accident free. Must meet all DOT requirements.

Garage, Inc. and employees for helping the Cocalico Education Foundation enrich the educational experiences of students in the Cocalico community. Shown in the photo, from left to right, are Nate Bashore, Tracy West, Mitch Fasnacht, John Stevens, Chris Tuno and Caleb Fasnacht.

investing in a community that provides a great place to work, live, and raise children. Recently, Mr. John Stevens, CEF Trustee, met with Mr. Fasnacht and his dedicated work team. Nearly $900 was donated on behalf of the employee give­back program. Thank you to Green Lawn

LOOKING FOR EXTRA CHRISTMAS MONEY? We have several seasonal positions available!

NOTICE: Piano lessons. Call Susan Lambert, lessons for all ages. 717-371-4742, 11 Brookfield Drive, Ephrata. NOTICE: We accept brush, trimmings, grass clippings, trees and stumps for a small fee. Call Martin Mulch for information. 717-7331602. NOTICE: Christmas Barn Sale, November 26 thru December 8, 8am-4pm. Great gift items, cash-n-carry vendors, drawings, used items. Great variety of children’s winter clothing, lots of toys, books, games, unique Christmas items & decor, housewares, bedding and much more. Don’t miss this one. 248 Monterey Road, Bird-in-Hand. NOTICE: 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!

Apply online or in-person.

Call our voice mail number

It’s easy to place a classified ad! Visit our office at 615 E. Main St., Ephrata, or submit your ad at www.snews.com!

717-869-5734

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UR DIG INTO YO R! BRUBACHE T A R E E R A C

Opportunity to Create Extraordinary Experiences!

FT & PT Positions Available

Questions? Call 717-445-4571 Applications available at

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

Line/Prep Cook Buffet Attendant Host/Server Deli Associate

Starting wages based on experience.

OPERATORS, PIPE LAYERS, LABORERS, SUPERVISORS AND MORE!

APPLY IN PERSON OR ONLINE AT WWW.BRUBACHER.NET Minimum Field Starting Rate of $20/hr. • Initiative and Eagerness to Learn - Required! Extra Pay for Travel to Jobsites & Weekend Work Perks! Excellent Benefits Including 401(k) Match & Onsite Training!

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

We’re Hiring!!! Do you enjoy working with people and having a variety of tasks? We’re currently hiring for a:

FT Customer Service Position (Willing to train motivated candidate)

Ideal candidate should be able to multi-task, be detail-oriented and have good communication skills with customers both on the phone and in person. Experience with Word & Excel required.

Benefits: Paid Holidays & Vacation Time, Health Insurance & 401K Mon. 7:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.; Tues.-Fri. 8:00 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Every Third Saturday, 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 Noon

Please send your resume to:

THE

SHOPPING NEWS of Lancaster County

Hocking Printing Co., Inc. 615 E. Main St., P.O. Box 456 Ephrata, PA 17522 or email pboyer@snews.com

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HELP WANTED CSR - $16.00 • Invoice/CSR - $16.00 PM Retail Store Manager - DOE • PM Retail Assoc. - $10.50 Qualified candidates can send resumes to:

dmast@weavernut.com or call: 717-738-1656 Weaver Nut Co. is a DRUG FREE WORKPLACE. Mandatory pre-employment drug screens and background checks required.


Say You Saw It In “The Shopping News” - Wednesday, December 1, 2021 - 7B NOTICE: Moving Sale/Gar-­ age Sale, December 3rd & 4th, 7am-12pm. Great varie-­ ty of items that include books, Christmas decor, NOTICE: Heated Garage house decor, housewares, Sale, 12/3, 1:00. Lots of bedding, shelves and much dresses, jeans, jacket, boots, shoes, Cutco knife, stamping more. Don’t miss this one! 6 supplies, furniture, Christ-­ Oak Ln., Stevens.

Garage Sale

NOTICE: Multi-Family Gar-­ age Sale, Thursday, Decem-­ ber 2, Friday, December 3, 8am. Rain or shine. Shop inside through out main floor of house. 567 East Farmersville Road, between Martin’s Bike Shop and Sensenigs Furniture, Hin-­ kletown. NOTICE: Garage Sale, 12/2, 12/3, 12/4, 8am-2pm each day. Gift baskets, lots of Christmas, books, jewelry, handbags, new hats, new items including towels. 307 W. Newport Rd., Lititz.

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

Announcements

HELP OFFERED: Red Hill Property Services, LLC. Tree removal, tree trim-­ ming, stump grinding, forestry mulching, brush clearing. 717-962-0216.

NOTICE: Bus trips for 2022. Miami/Key West, March 26April 3, $1025. $75 deposit to reserve your seat. Call Gail, 717-383-3587 or Ger-­ ry, 717-866-7809, 717-6792848.

Read your ad the first week it appears! This publication will not be responsible for more than one incorrect insertion of any advertisement.

Lost & Found

Experience is preferred, but not required. We will train the right people. If you are willing to work hard, exceed customer expectations and be rewarded for your efforts, Gus’s will be a great fit for you. Apply in person at the restaurant.

AM & PM SHIFTS NEEDED

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

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Full-Time Full-Time Diesel Diesel Service Service Technician Technician

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CUSTODIAN - 2ND SHIFT Full-time, hourly

www.cocalico.org

OR Call the Human Resources Office - 717-336-1417 Applications should be mailed to:

COCALICO SCHOOL DISTRICT Attention: Human Resources 800 South Fourth Street, P.O. Box 800 Denver, PA 17517

Applications accepted until positions are filled. Cocalico School District is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Full-Time Full-Time SALES Generator Generator Technician Technician

REPRESENTATIVE

and 401k match Please contact: HR@staufferdiesel.com Please contact: HR@staufferdiesel.com for application and job description, for application and 721-5117 job description, or call (717) or call (717) 721-5117 or visit www.staufferdiesel.com

34 Stauffer Lane, Ephrata, PA 17522 34 Stauffer Lane, Ephrata, PA 17522

HELP WANTED

DELIVERY POSITION FULL TIME WITH POSSIBLE OVERTIME Motivated, dependable, team worker. Must have clean driving record. No CDL required. Some heavy lifting. Must be able to work some Saturdays. Benefits include Health Insurance, Paid Vacation and 401(k).

Please apply in store.

EPHRATA AGWAY Your Yard, Garden, Farm and Pet Place ®

SERVING CUSTOMERS FOR OVER 65 YEARS!

1731 W. Main St., Ephrata • 717.733.6593 • 1.800.379.0568 www.ephrataagway.com Lic. #PA029693

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THE

• Experienced Diesel Technician needed

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Personnel to work 4-nine hour days and get paid for 40 HoUrS Residential construction, remodeling Residential construction, remodeling and commercial and commercial roofing.roofing. Paid Paid vacation, andplan. bonus plan. holidays,holidays, vacation, and bonus Must have a license. driver’s license. Must have a driver’s To please apply, call: please call: To apply,

is accepting applications for:

12-month, full-time, hourly Visit the employment page of our website for more information and to obtain a support staff application! CDL w/Tanker and Hazmat Endorsement. All DOT Qualifications Required.

HELP WANTED HELP WANTED NOW HIRING

To Apply Call 717-808-9344 • Leola, PA 717-808-9344 • Leola, PA

MAINTENANCE SPECIALIST/ ELECTRICIAN

Apply in person: 251 Commerce Drive, New Holland, PA 17557

HELP OFFERED: Electrical service and handyman. Switches, outlets, ceiling fans, baseboard heaters, wa-­ ter heaters, bathroom ex-­ haust fans/lights, light mo-­ tion lights and timers. Small jobs around the house. Call George, 610750-1159.

WHO’Sin HIRING Healthcare?

NOTICE: Moving/Garage Sale, Saturday 12/4 only, 7am-12pm. Toys, furniture, knick-knacks, kitchen items, women’s 3x cloth-­ ing, tools and attic treas-­ ures. Lots of different items from previous yard sales. NOTICE: Found new bike 1236 Muddy Creek Road, tube along rt 23. 717-6569526. Denver.

NOW HIRING SERVERS

HELP OFFERED: Schmuck’s Painting. Reasonable rates. Free estimates. 717-6251102.

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

NOTICE: The Thrifty Pixie open Tuesdays and Wednesdays. Thrift, Gift and Ecletica. 223 Orlan Road, New Holland. Mention ad and save 10%.

HELP OFFERED: Light tree trimming, debris removal, hedge trim-­ ming, mulching and gutter cleaning. Great prices, free estimates. Call Tim at 717-8242831.

Are You Looking For A New Career In 2021? FT & PT Positions Available!

$4,000 Sign-On Bonus For

CDL Drivers $1,500 Sign-On Bonus For

SHOPPING NEWS of Lancaster County

is seeking weekly newspaper carriers for the Denver Borough, Denver RD and New Holland Borough routes.

Delivery times are FLEXIBLE! Paying SALARY + MILEAGE! Job Requirements: • 18 years or older • Have own transport with valid vehicle insurance & driver’s license

• Lift up to 35 lb. newspaper bags to vehicle • Follow written driving directions & carrier route maps

Loaders

Applications can be found:

Apply Online

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

www.eagledisposalofpa.com

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mas decor, oak carriage cab-­ inet, new Melaleuca, books, household, bikes. 1137 Lan-­ caster Ave., Terre Hill, Whis-­ pering Willow Greenhouse.

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Cleaning Services

Childcare

SUDOKU

HELP OFFERED: Interior, Exterior painting, drywall, repair, custom colors. Call about our fall and winter specials. Call Damien, 717940-5912. PA#032157.

HELP OFFERED: House HELP OFFERED: I have cleaning services for Shoe-­ openings in my in-home day-­ neck and nearby areas. Call/ care. Call for info. 717-859- text So Nice and Clean, 7172821. 572-9909. Place your classified ads online at HELP OFFERED: CVCS www.snews.com! Clear View Cleaning Ser-­ vices. Residential cleaning, THE rental property clean outs. Reasonable rates. Flexible HOPPINGof LancasterEWS County scheduling. 717-917-1968, call for an appointment.

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HELP WANTED: We are seeking to hire an ex-­ perienced powder coat-­ er. Job responsibilities include managing and operating our all new blasting and coating line. Top Pay+ quarterly bonuses, health insu-­ rance, overtime, paid vacation and paid holi-­ days. Contact Sam@sunsetvalleymet alcraft.com or call 717656-8219 to schedule an interview.

Classifieds

Work!

SOLD IN 1 WEEK! FOR SALE: 2014 Mercedes Benz GLK 350, 1 owner, white with tan leather interior, new tires, very good condition, $23,900. 717-940-9898. XXXX

Home & Lawn Care

HELP OFFERED: Looking for houses to clean. Regular and deep cleaning available. Call or text, 717-572-7669. HELP OFFERED: A-Clean Hometown Services spe-­ cializing in offices, apart-­ ment turn-overs, move-ins and move-outs, churches and residential house clean-­ ing. Serving Lancaster County for 27 years. 717336-4854.

ALARM DISPATCHER

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

Growing alarm company in need of

ALARM DISPATCHERS

for FULL and PART TIME shifts. Data entry and phone skills a plus. Must be able to work every other weekend as scheduled. COMPETITIVE WAGES. Company paid benefits including health and life insurance, 401(k), holiday and vacation pay.

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

Apply within:

HELP WANTED: Counter person, full-time and parttime. 717-925-9241.

Yarnell Security

131 Elmwood Rd., Lanc. PA or email to tyarnell@yarnellsecurity.com

HELP WANTED: Mainte-­ nance technician for local mobile home community west of Ephrata, valid driv-­ er’s license needed, snow plowing, mowing, mobile home and general mainte-­ nance experience required. Call 717-733-4799. HELP WANTED: Help needed for in-home daycare. Mostly morning hours. Call for info. 717-859-2821. HELP WANTED: Full-time, part-time front desk and housekeeping, must be avail-­ able weekends. Apply at Red Roof Inn, 2017 N. Reading Road, Denver. HELP WANTED: Pizza deliv-­ ery, full-time and part-time. 717-925-9241.

HELP WANTED: Ephrata Township is accepting ap-­ plications for the position of full-time road mainte-­ nance employee. Contact Ephrata Township at 717733-1044 for additional in-­ formation. Ephrata Town-­ ship is an equal opportu-­ nity employer.

Employment Opportunity Production Laborers

FT Warehouse and Delivery Associates at our Lancaster LDC location. Medical, dental, vision, disability and life insurances, 401(k), employee discounts, paid holidays & PTO for eligible FT employees

Apply now at

cjtire.com/careers

Our goal is to bring value to each employee by making each day enjoyable and building strong relationships. We are a faith-based company built on Biblical values and principles.

601 Overly’s Grove Rd., New Holland, PA 17557

MARKETS

• CNC Operator • Hardware/Final Assembly

FULL-TIME/PART-TIME

DELI CLERK

FULL-TIME/PART-TIME

CAKE DECORATOR

Seeking individuals who:

Other Entry Level Positions With No Experience Required Are Available!

• Are self-motivated and detail-oriented • Enjoy working with others in a fast-paced environment • Have good Christian values

POSITIONS FOR HIGH SCHOOL & COLLEGE STUDENTS AVAILABLE!

Starting wage $15-$22 per hour depending on experience

FT positions include Medical, Dental, Vision, Life, Disability, Discount Card, Vacation options PT & FT include 401k w/Company Match

We offer paid holidays and paid vacation, health insurance and incentive. Transportation available in some areas. Call: 717-354-5797 ext. 101 to apply or in person at 171 Tower Rd., New Holland, PA 17557

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

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

Contact Ray at 717-354-8098 or ray@greenwayfence.com

FULL-TIME/PART-TIME

NOW HIRING

FLAGGER

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

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JOIN OUR TEAM!

Looking for a job opportunity in a controlled environment with consistent hours and steady work schedule? GreenWay is hiring production laborers which would include operating CNC router machines for vinyl fence and railing material, operating the automatic saw, and general vinyl fence and railing production.

CLUB

A Private Community Pub Est. 1921

JOIN OUR TEAM! At a century old, The Reamstown Athletic Association or ‘The Club’, is a small-town pub with a big heart and is currently seeking a full time:

General Operations Manager Founded March 19, 1921, The Club has been providing locals with a wonderful gathering place and a great food destination. Established as a private club and a philanthropic organization dedicated to promoting and funding athletics in the community, this friendly, civic minded organization continues to promote its core values. The Club annually donates tens of thousands of dollars to local sports programs, scholarships, and civic organizations throughout the community.

The General Operations Manager reports directly to The Club’s Board of Directors and the responsibilities will include, but not limited to: • Schedule, manage, and assist all bar and kitchen staff. • Weekly inventory and purchasing of supplies for kitchen, bar, small games of chance, and additional supplies. • Oversee gambling. • Promote and market our weekly and monthly activities via social media and email. • Administrative duties are required but shared with The Club Assistant. • Oversee building and equipment maintenance daily, weekly, and monthly. Our desired candidate must have but not limited to the following basic skills:

• Dependable • Reliable • Trust-worthy • Detail-oriented • Motivated • Willing to learn • Proficient in basic math skills • Competent computer skills (Word, Excel, Internet, Email, Facebook) • Previous management/leadership experience • Previous restaurant and bar experience • Must pass a background check (no felonies or prior convictions) • Must be at least 21 years of age • Must have a valid driver’s license • Must be able to lift 25-50 lbs.

A very competitive compensation package will be offered to the qualifying applicant including salary, bonuses, health insurance and paid vacation.

Send your resume or completed application to:

Reamstown Athletic Association, Attn. GM Position

76 N. Reamstown Rd., PO Box 306, Reamstown, PA 17567 or email to reamstownaa@hotmail.com


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HELP WANTED: Paper Carriers for The Shopping News. Various routes available with flexible de-­ livery times. Base salary plus mileage. Must be over 18 years old, be able to lift up to 35 pounds and have reliable vehicle for delivery. Contact snews@ptd.net or 717738-1151 with questions.

WANTED: Check your attic. Buying vintage clothes, costume jew-­ elry, gold, silver & antiques. I will buy your treasures. Uncle Funky’s new location 2350 N. Reading Rd., Denver, PA. Muddy Creek Shopping Cen-­ ter. 1-484-432-9770, 717-733-0003.

WANTED: Older Christmas For information on decorations and glass orna-­ placing your ad in ments. Costume jewelry. The Shopping News, call our Postcards. Older doll office at 717-738-1151. clothes. Stella, 717-8757884.

WANTED: Timeless Treasure Auctions has immediate openings to auction your antiques, WANTED: $50-$500 paid for collectibles, furniture, junk autos. Free removal. Call anytime, licensed, in-­ household items if you sured, bonded. All paper-­ are downsizing, mov-­ work taken care of legally. ing, cleaning out your 717-989-6980. basement/attic/garage. New address 6/1/21 at To Buy WANTED: Coins. Amer-­ Suite 20-22 Copperfield ican, Canadian, For-­ Circle, Warwick Center, WANTED: German military eign, paper money, jew-­ Lititz. 717-875-9187. New Holland collector wants to pur-­ elry. Please, no garage sale Coins, 592 E. Main chase Lugers and acces-­ Street, New Holland. leftovers. Please send sories. Craig 717-336- 717-355-0206. text photos. 3655.

Wanted

WANTED: Like new or slightly used digital hear-­ ing aids. Call 717-2036521.

WANTED: Antiques, old bot-­ tles, stoneware, primitives, anything old. Steve, 717371-1259.

Apply @ www.Shady-Maple.com or 1324 Main St., East Earl

SHADY MAPLE RV Full Time RV Technician

Experience in RV Technician field is preferred, but will train the right candidate. PA Inspection License a plus. Skills desired: Carpentry, 12V + 110V electrical and appliance repair. SHADY MAPLE OFFERS EXCELLENT BENEFITS: health/dental/vision, 401K/matching contribution, paid vacations, holidays, employee discounts, fun work environment, closed Sundays.

NOW HIRING

Competitive Pay & Benefits Esbenshade’s Greenhouses is currently accepting applications for the following positions:

Lititz Location

Fleetwood Location

IT Network Administrator Driver - Non-CDL, Seasonal

Nursery/Perennial Dept. Manager

Please submit your resume or employment application (may be downloaded from our webpage) to our Human Resources Department: HR@Esbenshades.com Visit our website at Esbenshades.com and click on Job Careers tab for additional info! Applications may also be filled out in person at our Lititz location -

546 E. 28th Division Hwy., Lititz, PA 17543

At MGS, we provide our team members with steady work, year round, and opportunities to grow a lasting career while focusing on employee safety and promoting a healthy work environment. In business since 1962, we build equipment that delivers well-engineered, reliable solutions for all kinds of transportation challenges. With a focus on superior quality and great people, we are proud to say we build things that last. We offer medical, dental, vision insurance, 401(k) with company match, paid holidays & vacations, tuition assistance, wellness programs, life insurance and more.

1st Shift

3rd Shift

M-F, 6:00 A.M.-2:30 P.M.

$4/hr. Shift Differential M-Th, 7:00 P.M.-5:30 A.M.

Mechanical Assemblers Welder/Fabricators Welding Specialist Industrial Painters Paint Prep Quality Technicians Master Scheduler Trailer Service Mechanic

Mechanical Assemblers Welder/Fabricators Industrial Painters Paint Prep

At MGS, we provide our team members with opportunities to grow a lasting career while focusing on employee safety and promoting a healthy, friendly work environment. Current openings include:

Job Planning & Inventory Control Assistant Support our Production Planning team through inventory control, data entry and analysis, report generation and other related tasks.

Operations Clerk Provide clerical and administrative support to the Operations Department including data collection and analysis, ERP data entry, report generation and other administrative duties.

Information Systems Technician Provides technical support and Help Desk issues related to: desktop technology hardware, applications, operating systems and network components.

Apply online or in person:

MGS, Inc. 178 Muddy Creek Church Road, Denver, PA 17517 www.mgsincorporated.com/careers • jobs@mgsmail.com

Accounting Assistant Provide assistance & support in a broad range of accounting services. Benefits after 30 days include medical, dental, vision, paid holidays & vacations, life & disability insurance, 401(k) with company match, tuition assistance and more! Apply in person or online to:

MGS, Inc. 178 Muddy Creek Church Road, Denver, PA 17517 www.mgsincorporated.com/careers jobs@mgsmail.com EOE

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WANTED: Highest cash reach 38,000 homes in paid for cars, any con-­ The Shopping News dition. Licensed pro-­ fessional. 717-278WANTED: Do you have 9539. a collection that you no longer need? I buy cameras, photographs, WANTED: $100-$2,000 paid sports cards and me-­ for unwanted and junk vehi-­ morabilia, comic books, cles. Local, insured and collectibles, trains and bonded dealer. Free removal. toys, silver and gold Call anytime, 717-350-1208. coins. Fair prices paid. Let me help you clear Advertise your unwanted your clutter. Call Jason items in The Shopping News! in Denver, PA. 610-207Call our office at 9179. 717-738-1151.

“One Of The Few Things In Life That’s Free…”

RENT: 1BR, full bath, RENT: Hair & Nail Sa-­ FOR RENT: Rehoboth FOR WANTED: Vinyl records & FOR use of the mobile home. lon. Busy retail location off Beach House, sleeps 8, musical instruments: Pay-­ Rt. 272 in Denver. Approx. $500/month, negotiable. Fe-­ preferred. 717-799ing cash. Top dollar paid 1,500 sq.ft. complete with close to beach, board-­male chairs, mirrors, sinks, etc. walk. No pets. $1,450/ 2613. for your vinyl records- all Ready to snip. $1,200 per styles and genres, 33s, month plus common main-­ week. 717-629-6556. Free 45s & 78s. Guitars, amps, tenance charges. Available in January 2022. Call Dave clarinets, trumpets, any-­ at 610-348-4343. Apartments thing music! We love it all. FREE: 250 Gallon fuel oil just haul away, locat-­ Call or stop by today, Li-­ FOR RENT: Twin Pine FOR RENT: 1BR apartment, tank, ed outside home. 717-721titz Music Company, 47 S. Storage Units, 24hr. ac-­ Reamstown. water/sewer/ 3783. EHO, rent based on Broad Street in Lititz. 717- cess, $20.00/month and trash, income, income limits ap-­ FREE: Weaver pump organ, up. 717-733-6549. 1932 W. 627-4929. www.lititzmusic ply. No pets, no smoking on still plays, in Akron Bender Main, Ephrata. Tuesday & property. Available 12/1. family 120+ years. Call 717.com. 629-6129. Thursday, 9am-5pm, Mon-­ Call 717-314-9025. day, Wednesday & Friday, FREE: Used 16” and 16.5” tires. Selling 8 lug 16” and For Rent by appointment, Sat., & Shared Living 16.5” steel wheels. 717-733Sun. closed. 8554

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SHOPPING NEWS

Below is a list of convenient locations where you can pick up your weekly issue if you are not in our regular hand-delivered area.

of Lancaster County

AKRON

• Tru by Hilton • Turkey Hill (300 Main Street) • Turkey Hill (2501 N . Reading Rd.) • Weaver Markets (Adamstown)

• Weiser’s Market BOWMANSVILLE

• Horst Outdoor Power & Equip. • Ranck’s Family Restaurant

EAST EARL

BRICKERVILLE

• • • • •

• The Pretzel Hut BROWNSTOWN

• Daniel’s Farm Store • Dutch Lanes DENVER/ADAMSTOWN

A Step In Time Antique Center Deer Country Fulton Bank (Denver) Red Roof Inn

WHO’S HIRING

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in

Good’s Store Horst Farm Market Martin’s Trailside Express Shady Maple Smorgasbord Shady Maple Farm Market

ELM

• Elm Post Office EPHRATA

• A.B. Martin Roofing Supply

• Ebenezer Groceries • Ephrata Area Chamber of Commerce • Friendly Mini Mart • Glenwood Foods • Good’s Store • Green Dragon • Gus’s Keystone Family Restaurant • Key Aid/Ace Hardware • Martins’ Country Market • Next Door Food Store • Redner’s Warehouse Markets • Sharp Shopper • Turkey Hill

(4 Hahnstown Road) • Turkey Hill (903 S. State Street) • Turkey Hill (1010 Sharp Avenue) • Turkey Hill (3585 Rothsville Road) • Wawa • Weaver Nut Sweets & Snacks • Weis Markets

LITITZ

FIVEPOINTVILLE

MYERSTOWN

• Weaver’s Store LEOLA

• Horning’s Market of Myerstown

• Middle Creek Lawn & Patio • Weaver’s Hardware

• Fix My Computer Please

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Giant Lititz Family Cupboard Oregon Dairy Restaurant PaulB Weiser’s Market

Grocery Outlet Garden Spot Village J .B. Zimmerman Yoder’s Country Market

REAMSTOWN

MARTINDALE

• Redner’s Quick Shoppe

• Eby’s Store

REINHOLDS

MORGANTOWN

• Sunoco

• Turkey Hill

ROTHSVILLE

• Rothsville Mini Market SCHAEFFERSTOWN

• BB’s Grocery Outlet • Good’s Store

NEW HOLLAND

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

• • • •

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

717-738-1151

HOME HEALTH AID

$600 Sign-On Bonus!

FT Personal Care Aide

Combination Day & Evening Shifts, $14.00

PT Dietary Aide $12.00

PT Housekeeper

Full-Time, Part-Time

$11.00

Contact Melody Blochberger at 717-355-9522 ext. 102 or visit www.welshmountainhome.org EOE

Join the team at Your Neighborhood Connection.

NOW HIRING! PT, FT Caregivers

For Evening & Overnight Shifts

We offer great benefits such as: • Free Healthcare • Competitive Wages • Life Insurance • Sick/Personal Days • Vacation Days • Time and a Half for Worked Holidays • 401(k) • Bonuses

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THE HISTORY CHANNEL * On December 2, 1777, Philadelphia housewife and nurse Lydia Darragh singlehandedly saves the lives of Gen. George Washington and his Continental Army when she overhears the British planning a surprise attack. The British were stunned to find the army waiting for them the next day. * On December 5, 1872, a British brig spots the Mary Celeste, an American vessel, sailing erratically near the Azores Islands with not a soul onboard. The last entry in the captain’s log was dated 11 days earlier. * On December 4, 1945, the U.S. Senate approves full U.S. participation in the United Nations. A resolution designed to force the president to get congressional consent before approving U.S. troops for any U.N. peacekeeping forces was defeated. * On November 30, 1954, the first modern instance of a meteorite striking a human being occurs in Alabama when an 8.5-pound meteorite crashes through the roof

of a house and strikes a woman. She was not permanently injured. * On December 3, 1984, an explosion at a Union Carbide pesticide plant in Bhopal, India, leads to the worst industrial accident in history. At least 2,000 people died and another 200,000 were injured when toxic gas enveloped the city. Plant workers had failed to act when gauges showed a dangerous buildup of pressure in the tanks. * On December 1, 1990, over 130 feet below the English Channel, workers drill an opening through a wall of rock, connecting the two ends of an underwater tunnel linking Great Britain with the European mainland. The completed “Chunnel” rail shuttle through the tunnel runs 31 miles and takes 20 minutes. * On November 29, 2011, Conrad Murray, the doctor convicted of involuntary manslaughter in the 2009 death of singer Michael Jackson, is sentenced to four years in prison. The pop star died after suffering cardiac arrest while under the influence of propofol.

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Adamstown Library Events

Adamstown Area Library is hosting a variety of fun events for children and families this holiday season! See the full schedule below, and register through the library events calendar at www.Adamstown AreaLibrary.org/events. In partnership with REAL Life Community Services in their Neighborhood Santa Project, they ask that you please donate a personal care/hygiene product (ex: shampoo, brush, Chapstick, soap, etc.). Items can be dropped off at the Christmas party (on Saturday, December 4). Your gift will be such a blessing to these children! The library is open for all regular services. Curbside and vestibule pickup are also available. Masks are required while inside the

library. • “Budding Bookworms” Preschool Storytime with Miss Maribeth - Every Wednesday at 10:00 a.m. in the library. Wednesdays, December 1, 8, 15, 22 and 29. Join them for books, songs, activities & craft. Wednesday, December 1 will include a Creature Hunt behind the library. Ages 2-5. • Wonderful Winter Wed­ nesday Wonderbooks – Hey kids, every Wednesday this winter, stop in and try one of the new Wonderbooks and Launchpads. If you “LOVE” it, put it on hold and grab another one to take home in the meantime. • Author Storytime with Kevin Hewitt - Friday, December 3 at 10:00 a.m. In “Nobody Loves Jesus” Hewitt deploys an eclectic and colorful cast of handdrawn characters named Nobody (because they have no body). These characters invite young readers to pray, play and praise Jesus as they

explore each of the ABCs. This book encourages par­ ents to introduce playfulness into educational moments with their kids and provides a helpful intro to faith. Kevin will be selling his signed editions for you to purchase - What a Great Christmas Present! • Children’s Christmas Party - Saturday, December 4 from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Drop in for pictures with Santa, storytime by the fireplace, take and make decorated cookie, fun STEM activities, game by Scout Pack 3204, holiday music, flying reindeer craft, ornament making, and more! First 100 children get a Santa Hat courtesy of Mid Penn Bank, an orange courtesy of Fruittastic, and a book from the library. • American Girl Bag Pickup – Monday, Decem­ ber 13, while supplies last -

On the 2nd 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. Supplies are limited. For 5-12 years. • Almost Perfect Crimes Tuesday, December 14 at 6:30 p.m. on Zoom. Join Miss Jess as you discover together “Whodunit!” Upon registration, you will receive the Zoom link and the Mini Murder Mystery Story. Additional clues and evidence will be revealed during the meeting as you try to solve the crime together. For ages teen/adult due to some graphic content. • Lego Bag Pickup – Monday, December 20, while supplies last - On the 3rd Monday of each month (Continued On Page12B)

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

DISTRIBUTION ASSOCIATES

Our distribution associates are involved in a variety of work to include packing of hats, labeling boxes, picking orders from inventory, tracking orders in our database, unloading trucks, stocking shelves, processing returns, re-packaging of items, and moving inventory between distribution centers. M-F, 7am-3:30pm, overtime available. $15.50-$15.70 to start.

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Our sewers will use a sewing machine to sew in bands, tags and trim. This position requires very good eyesight at a close range (with or without glasses), excellent hand/eye coordination, long periods of sitting, and a strong attention to detail. Must have a willingness to learn and to understand the importance of each person’s role in creating high-quality headwear. M-F, 6am-2:30pm

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HIRING EVENT

MON. NOV. 29 & TUES. NOV. 30 • 8AM-4PM On the Spot Interviews and Offers

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

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Bollman Hat Company offers a rewarding work atmosphere where employee-owners take pride in their craft, provides a competitive benefits package which includes employee stock ownership, profit sharing, 401(k), 13 days Paid Time Off (PTO) in the first year (with an increase in time off based on years of service), 8 paid holidays, and tuition reimbursement.

Available positions: Packing, Feeding, Producing, Forklift, Sanitation.

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

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Bollman Hat Company is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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Adamstown Library Events (Continued From Page 11B)

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. Supplies are limited. For 5-12 years. • Decluttering Reverse Scavenger Hunt - Tuesday, December 21 at 6:30 p.m. on Zoom for all ages. Do you have too much “stuff”? Would you like your home to look like Marie Kondo was just there? Gather up to 50 items that you are willing to part with and put in a box or bag prior to the meeting.

These are items you will want to lovingly donate to your favorite organization after the program. Do you have something pointy? Something soft? Something that belongs in a bathroom? Hold up an item as Miss Jess calls out each question and you could be a grand prize winner! • Party Horns – Monday, December 27 to Thursday, December 30. Kids, are you ready to “blow” in the New Year? Stop in this week to pick up your Party Horn to make a lot of noise on New Year’s Eve! • Elf on the Shelf – All December. The Elf on the Shelf is hiding in the library! Tell the librarian where you saw him and

receive a raffle ticket to win your own Elf Pets Reindeer and DVD: An Elf’s Story. Every day he will move, so stop in often to claim more raffle tickets. • American Girl Christ­ mas Gifts for sale - All December. There is a cost per bag (includes an outfit & shoes). There is a cost for miscellaneous items and raffle tickets for a large gift box. Stop in this month for some great stocking stuffers! • Holiday Themed I SPY Window Game - All December. Stop in at the library to “spy with your little eye” all the fun things on the window. List of items changes weekly. When you finish, come inside to

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Please email resume and cover letter to: mzerbe@cocalicoph.com

Job Fair! Earn $50,000 in your first year.

• Winter Snowman Scav­ enger Hunt - All December & January. Read the story on the rear library window and search for the snowmen in the woods behind the library. Tell the librarian how many you found to receive a prize! • Reading Royals Winter Reading Challenge Through February 1, 2022. For ages 5-15. Participants read 20 minutes per day for 30 days (doesn’t have to be consecutive) by February 1 to receive a free kid’s ticket to a game. Any additional purchased adult tickets will give money to the home library. Get your reading logs at the library.

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Hiring Entry-Level and Skilled Concrete Manufacturing Team Members Meet our recruiters, tour the plant, and discuss how our company fully supports your success. Attractive hourly rate. Earn a $3/hour premium for hours worked between 5pm-5am. Now hiring on First and Third Shifts. Paid training. OT is available. Full benefits, 401k, paid vacations/holidays and much more to keep your family well

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CPH Wants To Add To Our TEAM!

YOU

Cocalico Plumbing & Heating is looking to add a Plumber to our team!

Looking for an honest, dependable, hardworking individual. Must be customer service driven and a team player with a great attitude. Willing to train the right individual.

We are a family-owned company where you are valued and appreciated!

The Lititz Public Library’s final film of 2021 will be an old classic, “The Shop Around the Corner.” The final film will be shown on Friday, December 3 at 1:30 p.m. in the library’s community room. Participants will enjoy the movie, a discussion, snacks, and participate in a free letter writing station where they will be able to choose from among some beautiful writing paper and pen a letter to family or friend. The program is free and open to the public. Space is limited and registration is required. For more information and to register please call the library at 717626-2255.

Contact Marcie at 717-869-2332 or email: mzerbe@cocalicoph.com

The 6th Annual Christmas at the Wenger Meetinghouse will be held at the 1871 Historic Wenger Meeting­ house, 16 Supervisors Drive, Jonestown, Lebanon County, on Sunday, December 5 at 3:00 p.m. You are invited to get into the Christmas spirit with Christmas traditions from the past, scripture and Christmas songs both in PA German (PA Dutch) and English. Music will be provided by Die Schwadore Schalle (Swatara Sounds) and in closing, The Night Before Christmas will be read in PA German. Die Schwadore Schalle is directed by Alice Spayd who teaches PA German at the Brendle Museum of Historic Schaefferstown Inc. The interior of the meetinghouse will be decorated for the Christmas season and light refreshments will be served. There is no fee to attend, however a donation in any amount (to preserve the meetinghouse) will be greatly appreciated. An Open House of the restored meetinghouse will be held at 2:30 p.m., a half hour before the program begins.

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Automotive * After the battle of Waterloo in 1815, scavengers removed the teeth from tens of thousands of dead soldiers for use in dentures. The socalled Waterloo teeth were in such demand because they came from relatively healthy young men. * In 2003, there were 86 days of below-freezing weather in Hell, Michigan. * The U.S. Navy sus­ tainably manages over 50,000 acres of forest in Indiana with white oak trees more than a century old, to replace like for like on the 220-year-old wooden frigate USS Constitution. * Heavy metal band Black Sabbath’s original name was The Polka Tulk Blues Band, after the brand name of a talcum powder used by Ozzy Osbourne’s mother. * Jellyfish are considered biologically immortal. They don’t age and will never die unless they are killed. * The party game of Twister was originally called Pretzel, but Milton Bradley changed the name in 1965 due to trademark issues. * “Scotch” used to be a

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* James Christopher Harrison is an Australian blood donor whose rare plasma composition has helped in the treatment of Rhesus disease. In May 2018, he made his final donation (1,173rd) at the age of 81 after having saved 2.4 million babies during his lifetime as a donor. * In 2009, the Wisconsin Tourism Federation changed its name to the Tourism Federation of Wisconsin because, in the 30 years since its founding, the abbreviation “WTF” took on new meaning. * Months that begin on a Sunday will always have a Friday the 13th. * Not that you’d ever want to swim in it, but the average person’s body produces enough saliva in their lifetime to fill two swimming pools. * Plants grow larger and more quickly when watered with warm water. * In late 2020, a North Korean gymnast defected to South Korea by vaulting himself over the 3-meterhigh border barricades without triggering sensors. * Newborn babies cry, but they have no tears. Their tear ducts aren’t formed until they are a month old. * The first lawnmower

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Cocalico Pre-K Learning Sessions

Have you been wondering how to prepare your child for Kindergarten? If so, please participate in the free Pre-K learning sessions for all Cocalico School District residents with a child who will be attending Kindergarten in the fall of 2022. Sessions are led by Cocalico School District faculty and administrators. Sessions build upon each other, so participants are encouraged to participate in each session. The next session is fast approaching. For the link to register, please go to the district website, www. cocalico.org, click on the Support Programs tab, and select Early Literacy/Pre-K Development. All Learning Sessions will begin promptly at 6:00 p.m. on the following dates: • Tuesday, December 14 Topic: Smart Gym. Lo­ cation: Denver Elementary • Wednesday, January 19 Topic: Reading Readiness. Location: Reamstown Ele­ mentary • Thursday, February 24 Topic: Math Readiness. Location: Adamstown Elementary • Wednesday, March 23 Topic: Writing Readiness. Location: Adamstown Ele­ mentary

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eers. MON., DECEMBER 6 10:00 a.m. - Renningers Antique Market, 2500 North Reading Rd. (Rt. 272), Denver. Antiques, furniture and personal property. Art Pannebecker and Brad Wolf Auctioneers, Inc. TUES., DECEMBER 7 4:00 p.m. - Harlan B. and Charlotte S. Horst, 35 Mountain Rd., Denver. 1 story 3 bedroom rancher, 2 car garage, insulated shop/ garage 64x34, 1.18 acres. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. WED., DECEMBER 8 1:00 p.m. - Horst Auction Center, Ephrata. Antiques, collectibles, household goods, tools. Horst Auction­ eers. THURS., DECEMBER 9 - 2:00 p.m. - Leland N. and Diane E. Gage, 13 South Reamstown Rd., Stevens. 2 bedroom, 1 bath semidetached 2 story stone Colonial, .20 acre lot, beautifully restored (1760s) 1,628 sq. ft. home, 2 car

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Name That Art Form There are many forms of art.

Fill in the blanks to name some.

Q: What did one pencil say to the other?

Answers 1) Painting 2) Sculpture 3) Drawing 4) Weaving 5) Pottery, 6) Photography 7) Calligraphy

JOKES

1 2 3 4 5 6 7

P__NTING SCU_P_URE D_A_ING WE_V_NG PO__ERY PH_T_GR_PHY CA__IGRAP_Y

You’re looking sharp.

Q: What object is king in art class?

What Rhymes with Art?

The ruler!

Ho!

There have been many great artists in America, including Thomas Nast. Nast was born in Germany in 1840 and came to America as a child. He loved to draw and spent most of his life illustrating for newspapers, magazines and other works. He created many well-known cartoons, including some of Santa Claus for Harper’s Weekly magazine. Nast illustrated Santa for the magazine for over 20 years. He started during the Civil War, showing Santa giving out presents to soldiers and preparing to slide down the chimney. He drew Santa at the North Pole and later at his workshop at the North Pole.

List 10 words that rhyme with “art.” 1. ___________

2. _____________

3. ____________

4. ___________

5. ____________

6. ____________

7. ___________

8. ____________

9. ___________

10. ___________ Some answers: cart, chart, dart, hart, heart, mart, part, smart, start, tart

Ho, Ho,

Fact or Fiction?

Artist Challenge

Nast gave Santa a face. He was one of the first to put Santa on paper, giving people a glimpse of jolly old man with the long, white beard.

Here are some questions about them. How many can you answer correctly? 1) Michelangelo was left-handed. Fact or Fiction? 2) Leonardo da Vinci was also left-handed. Fact or Fiction? 3) Grandma Moses lived until age 101. Fact or Fiction? 4) Pablo Picasso loved animals. Fact or Fiction? 5) Rembrandt did not come from a family of artists. Fact or Fiction? 6) Andy Warhol was known for his pop art. Fact or Fiction? 7) Norman Rockwell often focused on small-town life in his work. Fact or Fiction? 8) Vincent van Gogh created 900 paintings in 10 years. Fact or Fiction? 9) Frida Kahlo was known for her self-portraits. Fact or Fiction? 10) America has had no great artists. Fact or Fiction? Answers: 1) Fact, 2) Fact, 3) Fact, 4) Fact, 5) Fact, 6) Fact, 7) Fact, 8) Fact, 9) Fact, 10) Fiction, America has had many great artists, including Grandma Moses, Norman Rockwell and Andy Warhol.

COLORING PICTURE

There have been many great artists throughout history.


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garage/shop, utility barn, private backyard with garden area and patio. Martin and Rutt Auction­ eers. FRI., DECEMBER 10 10:00 a.m. - J. Henry and Margaret M. Martin, 24 Limerock Rd., Lititz. 33

acre limestone farm, 2-1/2 story 4 bedroom farm dwelling, 2 story bank barn, tobacco barn, garage, shop, hog barn, Real estate at 1:00 p.m. Farm equipment, tractors, Peterbilt dump truck. Kline, Kreider and Good Auction­eers. FRI., DECEMBER 10 4:00 p.m. - Class-Welsh Property LLC, 524 East Main St., New Holland. 4 unit (1994) townhouse com­ plex, .38 acre tract, 3 bed­ room, 1.5 bath 1,240 sq. ft. each, 13 parking spaces. Martin and Rutt Auction­ eers. FRI., DECEMBER 10 4:00 p.m. - Susan H. Burgess Estate, 127

“Horst Auction Center” PUBLIC SALE

ANTIQUES, COLLECTIBLES, HOUSEHOLD GOODS, TOOLS

WEDNESDAY, DEC. 8, 2021 AT 1:00 P.M.

Preview Times - Tuesday, December 7 from 2:00 P.M. thru 5:00 P.M. and Wednesday, December 8 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 7. Sale to be held at the Horst Auction Center, 50 Durlach Rd., Ephrata, PA 17522 (The corner of Rt. 322 & Durlach Rd., approx. 2-1/2 miles west of Ephrata) FURNITURE - Antique, Vintage, Reproduction & Modern Incl. Bedroom, Dining Room, Living Room, Family Room, Kitchen, Office & Patio (Sets & Individual Pcs.); APPLIANCES; KITCHENWARE; CLOCKS & LAMPS; SILVER; COPPER & BRASS; CAST IRON; AGATE; TINWARE; PEWTER; WOODENWARE; CHINA & GLASSWARE; POTTERY; LINENS & TEXTILES; BOOKS & PAPER; ESTATE & COSTUME JEWELRY; HAMILTON ANNIVERSARY 18K WRISTWATCH; ARTWORK; CHRISTMAS & SEASONAL DECORATIONS; TOYS; TOOLS; LAWN & GARDEN EQUIPMENT; BOX LOTS & MANY OTHER ITEMS TO BE SOLD! Accepted Payments: Cash or PA Check. Visa, MasterCard, Discover & Debit Card with 3% fee. No out of state checks without prior approval.

Sale For:

EVELYN BALMER, JOHN & CINDY MORRISS, DONALD K. STEFFY COLLECTION & OTHERS

PUBLIC AUCTION

New & Used Furniture & Appliances Home Furnishings • Decor • Building Materials

Sat., Dec. 11, 2021 @ 9 A.M.

Auction at Solanco Fairgrounds 172 S Lime Street, Quarryville, PA 17566 • Lancaster County

Cocalico Creek Rd., Stevens. 1-1/2 story 3 bedroom dwelling, 2 car garage, utility shed 20x12, 1/2 acre lot. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. SAT., DECEMBER 11 The Estate of Mrs. Violet Rettew, 329 Fairview Dr., Lititz. Immaculate one owner brick rancher. Real estate at 11:00 a.m. Personal property, antiques, nice furniture, appliances, house­hold items and tools. Reist Auctioneers. SAT., DECEMBER 11 9:00 a.m. - Quarryville Presbyterian Retirement Community, 172 S. Lime St., Quarryville. New and used furniture and appli­ ances, home furnishings, décor and building materials. Beiler-Campbell Auction Services. SAT., DECEMBER 11 10:00 a.m. - Grace M. Dennis, 20 South Lancaster

St., Jonestown. 2-1/2 story 3 bedroom dwelling, 12 macadam parking spaces. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. SAT., DECEMBER 11 11:00 a.m. - The Judith L. Sauder Estate, 90 Blue Lake Rd., Reinholds. 3 bedroom, 2-1/2 bath rancher, 4/10 acre lot. Art Pannebecker and Brad Wolf Auctioneers, Inc. SAT., DECEMBER 11 1:00 p.m. - The Alvin E. Fry Estate, 255 Greenville Rd., Denver. 3 bedroom, 1 bath dwelling, garage, 6 acre lot. Art Pannebecker and Brad Wolf Auctioneers, Inc. SAT., DECEMBER 11 1:00 p.m. - Patrick C. Donnelly Estate, 159 Bon­ view Dr., Denver. Country 1-1/2 story 3 bedroom dwelling, 2 car garage, barn 24x48, utility buildings, partial wooded, fenced pas­

PUBLIC SALE

OF ANTIQUES; FURNITURE & PERSONAL PROPERTY

MON., DEC. 6, 2021

SALE AT 10:00 A.M. TRUCK & FURNITURE AT 12:00 NOON To be held at Renninger’s Antique Market, 2500 N. Reading Rd. (Rt. 272) Denver

Our Entire Auction Will Be Outside, Under The Pavilion. We Will Be Full! Please Note: Consignments Will Be Accepted Monday Mornings From 6AM-9AM. For pictures, visit www.auctionzip.com (Auctioneer ID#1536) weekend prior to auction date. 10% buyer’s premium. Cash, credit card or good PA check accepted as payment. No out of state checks without bank letter or prior approval. All items sold as-is, where-is. Food & restrooms available. All announcements made day of sale take precedence over prior advertisement.

Lic. #AU001476-L Lic. #AU005308-L 717-336-6983 www.pannebeckerwolf.com

“Horst Auction Center” VARIETY SALE

ANTIQUES, COLLECTIBLES, TOYS, MODEL TRAINS, DOLLS, HOUSEHOLD GOODS, TOOLS

AT 9:00 A.M.

New & Used Furniture: Large amount of all types of new & slightly used brand name painted, finished & upholstered furniture, appliances, home furnishings & decor from model home displays, house & apartment clean outs & remodels. Bedroom furniture as beds, box springs, ma�resses, dressers, nightstands & mirrors. Kitchen, family & living room furniture as upholstered sec�onal and other sofas, love seats, chairs, electric li� & other recliners, hutches, coffee & end tables, bow front glass display & other cabinets & entertainment centers, drop leaf & other kitchen tables & chairs; Misc. items as slant & roll top desks, hall tables, bookshelves, many lamps in all shapes, styles & sizes; Floor rugs, pictures & plant stands and much more. Appliances: Many models and styles in refrigerators, dishwashers, stoves, over the range microwaves; food serving bar. Building Supplies & Misc.: Many interior & exterior prehung & other doors and door frames in metal & wood. Many closet doors; Kitchen base & top cabinets; office desks, chairs, file & storage cabinets; stackable chairs; round & sq. folding tables; lights; porch & pa�o furniture; pa�o heaters; room dividers; pallets of bricks & pavers; misc. lumber; carpet squares; AC units; exercise equipment; belt drive lathe. Auc�oneers Notes: Quarryville Home has grown out of storage space and will offer at public auc�on a very large amount new & used furniture, home furnishings & appliances from fully furnished model home & apartment displays and apartment clean outs. Some items brand new and others slightly used. Impossible to list everything as many items are s�ll in storage. Something for everyone, bring a friend. 10% buyer’s premium. For more informa�on, pictures and forms, go to: www.beiler-campbellauc�ons.com • www.auc�onzip.com • www.GoToAuc�on.com

Sellers: Quarryville Presbyterian Re�rement Community Kathy Sutherland (717) 786-5202

BEILER-CAMPBELL AU C T I O N S E RV I C E S

AY# 002026

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

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

Auctioneers. WED., DECEMBER 15 - 1:00 p.m. - Horst Auction Center, Ephrata. Antiques, collectibles, household goods, tools. Horst Auction­ eers. WED., DECEMBER 15 - 2:00 p.m. - Abner and Annie Stoltzfus, 95 Quarry Rd., Paradise. 2.3 +/- acre country property, 4 bed­ room, 2-1/2 bath dwelling, pas­ tures, garden, 2 story horse barn with garage and shop. Beiler-Campbell Auction Services. WED., DECEMBER 15 - 4:00 p.m. - Geraldine F. Fritz, 1470 Kilmer Ln., Denver. 8.6 acre farmette, country 1-1/2 story dwell­ ing, 2 car garage, 3-1/2 acres tillable, multiple out­ buildings. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. THURS., DECEMBER 16 - 9:00 a.m. - Raymond D. Pirches, 306 West 1st Ave. and 108 and 118 South Gay St., Parkesburg. 3 comm­ercial investment properties. #1 - 1 story masonry 2 bay garage, 4/10 acre. #2 - 2 masonry shop/ garage, 4 total garage bays.

PUBLIC AUCTION

33 ACRE LIMESTONE FARM 2½ STY. 4 BDRM. FARM DWL. – 2 STY. BANK BARN TOBACCO BARN – GAR. – SHOP – HOG BARN FARM EQUIP. – TRACTORS – PETERBILT DUMP TRUCK LITITZ – MANHEIM AREA

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10

10 A.M. – REAL ESTATE 1 P.M. 24 Limerock Rd., Lititz, PA 17543. Rt. 772 W. (Orange St.) from Lititz just past Warwick High School. Right Limerock Rd. to farm on left.

*Follow Our Online-Only Auctions In Addition To Our Live, Weekly Auctions* Fantastic Toy & Collectibles Auction, Ends Online - Mon., Dec. 6 at 5 PM This Auction Features Many New Holland Items, Lionel & Williams Trains, Toys & More! To view our online auctions and to bid, go to www.pannebeckerwolf.hibid.com.

SATURDAY, DEC. 4, 2021

Direc�ons: From Quarryville Route 372, South on Lime Street to Fairgrounds on right.

ture, 8.8 acres. Kline, Kreider and Good Auction­ eers. MON., DECEMBER 13 - 10:00 a.m. - James L. and Rachel L. Weaver, 136 Herr Dr., Peach Bottom. JD tractor, Krone harvestor, CAT payloader, CASE and JD skid loaders, farm and dairy equipment. Kline, Kreider and Good Auction­ eers. MON., DECEMBER 13 - 3:00 p.m. - Elizabeth J. Spahr Estate, 495 N. Locust St., Elizabethtown. Brick ranch style dwelling with covered carport. Horst Auctioneers. TUES., DECEMBER 14 - 4:00 p.m. - Hurst Dwell­ ings, 369 East Main St., Leola. 3 unit residential apart­ment, .51 acre, all units separate, off-street parking. Martin and Rutt Auction­ eers. TUES., DECEMBER 14 - 4:00 p.m. - Francis C. Maust, 500 Old Mount Gretna Rd., Lebanon. Country 2-1/2 sty. 5 bed­ room farm house, 1 acre rural lot, garage/shop. Kline, Kreider and Good

Preview Times - Friday, December 3 from 2:00 P.M. through 5:00 P.M. and Saturday, December 4 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, December 3. 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; PEWTER; WOODENWARE; TINWARE; LONGABERGER BASKETS & POTTERY; CHRISTMAS & SEASONAL DECORATIONS; CHINA & GLASSWARE; POTTERY; VINTAGE & COSTUME JEWELRY; LINENS & TEXTILES; ARTWORK & PRINTS; BOOKS & PAPER; TOYS INCL. COLLECTION OF JOHN DEERE FARM TOYS & COLLECTIBLES; HESS & WINROSS TRUCKS; 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 & Debit Cars with 3% fee. No out of state checks without prior approval.

Sale For:

BETTY SWANGER, DONALD K. STEFFY COLLECTION & OTHERS

Farm house w/2392 SF, eat-in kitchen, dining rm., living & family rms., laundry/mudroom, 4 bdrms., bath, gas air heat, bank barn 40x72 w/ tobacco barn 40x30 w/stripping rm., tobacco barn 32x56, shop bldg. 30x32 w/attached hog nursery 36x20 (both heated), chicken barn 40x30, hog barn 32x60 & gar. 14x28, 4000 Bu. Bin & 12x65 stave silo w/unloader. 33.2 ACRES limestone w/28 acres tillable, bal. pasture & 1960’ frontage. Good producing land w/level terrain. Zoned Ag. After 38 years owners downsizing & serious to sell. Convenient location. Farm in Clean & Green & Ag Preserve. Spacious farm house w/multiple barns & outbldgs. Personal inspection by appointment or open house Sat., Dec. 4 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)

2003 Peterbilt 357 Tri Axle, C-12 Cat., 8LL Trans., 17’ Dump Bed w/Elec. Roll Tarp, (2) 80 Gal. Fuel Tanks, NH LS 160 Skidloader Dsl. w/Cab, Heater, 6’ Bucket, 1000 Hrs., 1 Owner, IH 544 Utility Gas Tractor w/2000 Loader Hydro w/Universal Front End Mount, Wheel Wts., Approx. 4200 Hrs. (Been on Farm Since New), MF 35 WF Gas 3 Spd. H/L, Farmall C w/Wheel Wts. Front & Rear Cult. JLG 40 HA Manlift. FARM EQUIP: NH 519 Manure Spreader w/Hyd. Gate, Clay 800 Gal. Honey Wagon, 7 Tooth 3 Pt. Chisel Plow, Rhino 12’ Transport Offset Disc, Kongskilde Mod. 111 12’ 3 Pt. Field Cult. w/Rolling Baskets, 14’ Cultipacker w/Center Bearing, 8x18 & 7/6x16 Flatwagons, 3 Pt. Carrier, Int. 450 3/16 Btm. 3 Pt. Reset Plow, Rhino 7’ 3 Pt. PTO Mower, Winco 25 KW PTO Gen., FMC 40 Gal. 3 Pt. Orchard Sprayer (Cracked Pump), Sweepster By Paladin 6’ Hyd. Sweeper Skidloader Mounted, PBZ Bale Forks, 36” Barn Fan, (5) 4x8 Steel Gates, Wire Hog Panels, Ritchie Heated Cattle Water. LAWN/GARDEN/SHOP: BCS 722 Rototiller w/Snowblower Attach., Speedaire Twin Cyl. 220V 60 Gal. 135 PSI, Delta Mod. 10 Contractor Saw w/Ext. Table, Grizzly Go 580 14” Bandsaw, Metal Cutoff Saw, Lincoln 180 Amp Welder, Viking Auto Darkening Welding Helmet, Welding Supplies, Acet. Torch Set/Cart, Air/Hyd. Jack, Cheetah Truck Tire Bead Seater, Truck Tire Dolly, ½, ¾ & 1” Air Wrenches, Bolt Bin Cabinets, (2) 275 Gal. Tanks (Empty), 275 Gal. Dsl. Fuel Tank w/200 Gal. Fuel, Truck Air Ride Seat, (3) New Recap 11R 22.5 Truck Tires, ¾ HP Wayne Airless Paint Sprayer, Ariens Push Mower, Oil Hot Air Furnace (Used 3 Yrs.), Tool Boxes, Angle & Flat Iron, Chisel Plow Teeth, Cult. Packer Rollers, Lumber, Log Chains, Wheelbarrows, Ladders, Pickup Truck Rack, Farm Gates, 8’ Galv. Water Tank, Bale Straw, Wooden Hay Elevator. COLLECTIBLES/MISC.: Tob. Lathe, Tob. Press, Tob. Shears & Spears, Min. Horse Wagon & Harness, Snow Birds, 6’ CI Trough, Lightening Rods, Milk Cans, Scales, Turkey & Chicken Coop, Chicken Catcher, 1920 30 Lic. Plates, Sled, Galv. Tub, Nail Keg, CI Floor Stove Grates, Sprinkling Can, Scythe, CI Pump, 55 Gal. Drums, Bikes, Pig Roaster Barrel, Threaded Rod, Trampoline. NOTE: Auction starting 10 AM w/wagon loads of small items. Farm machinery 12 Noon. Real Estate 1 PM. Terms: Cash, PA check or major credit card w/3% service fee. Lunch available. See website for equip. photos. J. Henry & Randal V. Kline Roy E. Good, Jr. Margaret M. Aaron Z. Nolt Martin Curvin M. 717-471-3734 Horning 717-733-1006 Lic. #499, #2116, www.klinekreidergood.com #5064, #3956


Say You Saw It In “The Shopping News” - Wednesday, December 1, 2021 - 17B

#3 - 2-1/2 story 2 bedroom dwelling, 4/10 acre. Real estate at 2:00 p.m. Vehicles, shop tools, vehicles parts. Kline, Kreider and Good Auction­eers. THURS., DECEMBER 16 - 5:00 p.m. - Karen Eager, 764 PA-897 Rein­ holds. 4 bedroom farmhouse on 5.3 acre lot. Hess Auction Group. FRI., DECEMBER 17 1:00 p.m. - Ray J. and Cathleen D. Stoltzfus, 27 Kemmerer Rd., Shoe­ makersville. 144 acre farm with stream, organic crop/ produce, livestock farm, 2 dwellings, cottage, bank barn with horse stalls, pole/ equipment barn 70x180, garage, shop, misc. out­ buildings. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. FRI., DECEMBER 17 4:00 p.m. - Naomi L. Glick, 351 North Ronks Rd., Birdin-Hand. Country stone/ brick 3 bedroom rancher, 1 car garage, .38 acre lot. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. SAT., DECEMBER 18 9:00 a.m. - Horst Auction Center, Ephrata. Out­

standing firearms, hunting, fishing and military collectibles and accessories. Horst Auction­eers. SAT., DECEMBER 18 10:00 a.m. - Joseph A. and Doris J. Russell, 841 West Brubaker Valley Rd., Lititz. Cape Cod house with 3 bedrooms and attached garage, zoned Village Comm­ ercial, 1.4 acres, detached garage and work­ shop. Real estate at 12:00 noon. 2013 Chevy pickup, old tractors, tools. Martin and Rutt Auctioneers. SAT., DECEMBER 18 10:00 a.m. - Kenneth W. Hershey Estate, 312 Saw­ mill Rd., New Providence. 79 acre farm, 2 dwellings, 1-1/2 story 5 bedroom dwelling, 1-1/2 story log 4 bedroom dwelling, 2 and 3 car garage, 6 car garage 24x68 with 32x32 attached garage. Real estate at 1:00 p.m. Tractor, Caterpillar, lawn mowers, equipment. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. SAT., DECEMBER 18 10:00 a.m. - Nora Liepa, 1547 Vista Rd., Lancaster. 4 bedroom Manheim Town­ ship brick ranch home on

PUBLIC AUCTION 11/2 STY. 3 BDRM. DWL. – 2 CAR GAR. UTILITY SHED 20x12 ½ ACRE LOT – ZONED COMMERCIAL STEVENS – REAMSTOWN AREA

0.38 acres. Hess Auction Group. SAT., DECEMBER 18 12:00 p.m. - Brian and Crystal Hammer, 142 North Charlotte St., Manheim. Well-located 3 bedroom Manheim home on 0.17 acres. Hess Auction Group. MON., DECEMBER 20 - 4:00 p.m. - Gladdis Z. Leid, 206 Lancaster Ave., Terre Hill. 2-1/2 story 3 bedroom dwelling, 2 baths, 1st floor laundry, deep lot, mature trees, alley access. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. WED., DECEMBER 22 - 1:00 p.m. - Horst Auction Center, Ephrata. Antiques, collectibles, household goods, tools, trailers, snow­ mobile. Horst Auctioneers. THURS., DECEMBER 23 - 12:00 p.m. - Horst Auction Center, Ephrata. 379 lots of coins and currency. Horst Auctioneers.

THURS., DECEMBER 30 - 3:00 p.m. - Troy A. and Lisa D. Schlack, 930 Greenville Rd., Denver. 12 acre farmette with creek, 2-1/2 story sandstone farm­ house, shop/garage, barn. Real estate at 4:00 p.m. Skid loader, concrete equip­ ment, tools. Kline, Kreider and Good Auction­eers. FRI., DECEMBER 31 9:00 a.m. - Donald (Dick) R. Eager, 1603 Lancaster Pike, Quarryville. Welding shop liquidation, shop tools, tractor, ATV, furniture, appli­ances, collectibles. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. FRI., DECEMBER 31 3:00 p.m. - Benjamin E. and Sarah G. Beiler, 411 Quaker Church Rd., Christiana. Country 1 story 3 bedroom dwelling, 30x40 barn/garage/shop building, 1 acre, fenced pasture. Kline, Kreider and Good Auction­eers.

(Elm & Brickerville Area)

PUBLIC AUCTION

CAPE COD HOUSE w/3 BR & ATTACHED GAR. ZONED “VILLAGE COMMERCIAL” 1.4 ACRES * NICE DETACHED GAR. & WORKSHOP 2013 CHEVY P-U * OLD TRACTORS * TOOLS

SAT., DEC. 18 at 10 A.M. •R.E. at Noon LOCATED AT: 841 W. Brubaker Valley Rd., Lititz, Pa. 17543

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10 • 4 P.M. 127 Cocalico Creek Rd., Stevens, PA 17578 (Reamstown). From Ephrata Rt. 272 N. Right Cocalico Creek Rd. to property on left. (E. Cocalico Twp., Lanc. Co.)

1½ sty. dwl. w/2160 SF finished area, eat-in kitchen w/knotty pine cabinets, living & family rms., 3 bdrms. (1st floor master bdrm.), 1 bath, laundry, cedar walk-in closet & partial attic area, knotty pine walls & hardwood flooring, full bsmt. w/storage rm., cold cellar & utility rms, oil forced air heat, central AC, low maintenance exterior, attached finished & heated 2 car garage, attached L-shaped shop 25x9 & 23x13 w/½ bath, baseboard heat & wall AC unit, utility shed 20x12, ½ ACRE lot w/mature shade, low traffic country road. Zoned General Commercial w/many possibilities. House in need of TLC. Ideal for investment or residence w/in home business. Convenient location, minutes to Ephrata, Denver & Adamstown w/ easy access to Rt. 272, 222 & Turnpike. Personal inspection by appointment or open house December 4 from 1 to 4 PM. For brochure or land plotting visit www.klinekreidergood.com. Financing, deposit or bridge loan available to qualified buyer. Call Randal V. Kline 717-733-1006 (Lender NMLS ID #834368)

Randal V. Kline Roy E. Good, Jr. Aaron Z. Nolt Curvin M. Horning 717-445-4309 Lic. #499, #2116, #5064, #3956

Susan H. Burgess S Estate Greg: 717-606-6251 www.klinekreidergood.com

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

Auction For:

JOSEPH A. & DORIS J. RUSSELL

Member of PA & National Auctioneers Assoc.

PUBLIC REAL ESTATE AUCTION 2.3 +/- Acre Country Property

4 BR 2-1/2 Bath Dwelling • Pastures • Garden 2-Story Horse Barn with Garage & Shop 95 Quarry Rd., Paradise, PA 17562 - Lancaster County

1.18 ACRES

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 7 • 4 P.M.

#834368)

Randal V. Kline Roy E. Good, Jr. Aaron Z. Nolt Curvin M. Horning 717-445-4309 Lic. #499, #2116, #5064, #3956

Harlan B. & Charlotte S. Horst 717-629-1999

Direc�ons: From Route 30 go South on Belmont Rd. to right onto Quarry Rd. to property on right. Property Descrip�on: 2.3 acre country property with beau�ful 2,758 sq. �., 2 story 4 BR 2-1/2 bath dwelling (new 2013) with daylight basement. 1st floor has kitchen with cathedral ceiling and walk-in pantry. Dining room with post & beam leading to living room complete with large bay window. Sewing room/den with built-in book shelves. Double doors to play room. Also spacious mud room with laundry & 1/2 bath. 2nd floor with master bedroom with private balcony and full bath. Addi�onal 3 bedrooms and full bath. Full daylight basement with kitchen and storage & u�lity rooms. Coal radiant heat & gas water heater. Onsite well & sep�c. Covered wrap-around porch with stamped concrete and �mber frame accent. Maintenance free poly decks & balcony. Horse barn with box stalls & 2nd floor storage. Also garage & shop area. Terms: Down payment of $ 50,000.00 required day of auc�on. Se�lement on or before Jan. 24, 2022. Transfer taxes to be paid by buyer. Real Estate taxes shall be prorated. Annual taxes +/- $8,324.00. A�en�on Realtors: 1% Broker Par�cipa�on being offered to Realtors who preregister with their buyers and who become the successful bidder on day of auc�on. Must register 48 hours prior to date of auc�on. Pre-registra�on forms are available at ww.beiler-campbellauc�ons.com. Auc�oneers’ Notes: Excellent opportunity to purchase a 2.3 acre country property located in Pequea Valley School District, Paradise Twp. being offered by mo�vated sellers. House & barn both new in 2013. A desirable property with many added features as professionally landscaped with stone retaining walls, �mber framecovered wrap-around porches with stone & stamped concrete, pa�os & 2nd floor balcony, children’s play/picnic, gardens and pastures. For more informa�on, pictures & forms, go to: www.beiler-campbellauc�ons.com • www.auc�onzip.com • www.GoToAuc�on.com

Sellers: Abner & Annie Stoltzfus (717) 687-6137 A�orney: Seth Hiller (717) 299-1100

BEILER-CAMPBELL AU C T I O N S E RV I C E S

www.klinekreidergood.com

PUBLIC AUCTION

3-UNIT RESIDENTIAL APARTMENT * .51 AC. ALL UNITS SEPARATE * OFF-STREET PARKING

TUES., DEC. 14, 2021 @ 4:00 PM LOCATED AT: 369 East Main St., Leola, Pa. DIRECTIONS: From Bareville on Rt. 23, travel East to property on left (beside Achenbach’s Bakery). REAL ESTATE: A 3-unit residential apartment w/detached garage on level .51 acre lot. Building has approx. 2,398 sq. ft.; there are (2) two bedroom units and (1) one bedroom; each unit has a kitchen; living room; full bathroom; bedroom space; laundry hookup; own electric meter; sewer/water bill; low-maintenance siding; detached garage & storage building; abundant off-street parking; zoned R-2 Residential; all units are rented month-to-month and are current; W. Earl Twp.; C.V.S.D.; taxes $4,131. A profitable 3 unit, a wonderful investment opportunity. Contact auctioneer for profit/loss statement, email at johnruttsold@gmail.com or Text/Call 717-587-8906. OPEN HOUSE DATE: Saturday, Dec. 4 from 1-3 PM & 1 hour before the auction. No private showings. Please visit our website at www.martinandrutt.com

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

Auction For:

HURST DWELLINGS

COUNTRY 2½ STY. 5 BDRM. FARM HOUSE 1 ACRE RURAL LOT – GARAGE/SHOP QUENTIN – MOUNT GRETNA AREA S. ANNVILLE TWP.

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 14 • 4 P.M. 500 Old Mount Gretna Rd., Lebanon. Rt. 322 W. Left Rt. 241 S. Left Old Mount Gretna Rd.

2½ sty. farm house w/3556 SF, eat-in kitchen w/appliances, large living/ family rm. w/exposed beam ceiling, family rm., 1st floor laundry, 5 bdrms. (1st floor master bdrm. w/bath), 3½ baths, den, attic, bsmt., oil forced air heat, central AC, large 21x32 deck, misc. outbldgs., garage/shop 18x33, 1 ACRE rural lot. Zoned Ag. After 55 years owner relocating to Maryland retirement facility & serious to sell. Country farm house w/farmland boundary. Ideal rural setting w/ mature shade trees/grape arbor. Minutes to Quentin, Cornwall & Mount Gretna. Easy access to Rts. 322, 241, 117 & 934. Personal inspection by appointment or open house Sat., Dec. 4 & 11 from 1 to 4 PM. For brochure or land plotting visit www.klinekreidergood.com. Financing, deposit or bridge loan available to qualified buyer. Call Randal V. Kline 717-7331006 (Lender NMLS ID #834368) Randal V. Kline Roy E. Good, Jr. Aaron Z. Nolt Curvin M. Horning 717-733-1006 Lic. #499, #2116, #5064, #3956

Francis C. Maust Roland: 717-468-9906 www.klinekreidergood.com

PUBLIC AUCTION

SCHOENECK – BLUE LAKE – DENVER AREA

Custom 1 sty. rancher w/4408 SF finished area, eat-in country kitchen w/ Stoltzfus Custom cherry raised panel cabinets, pantry & appliances, family rm., spacious great rm. w/Cathedral ceiling w/exposed beams, sewing & bonus rm., 3 bdrms. (master bdrm. w/master bath), 3 full baths, 1st floor laundry, full daylight bsmt. w/large rec. rm. & family rm. w/wainscoting, brick hearth w/coal stove, coal bin & canning rm., elec. baseboard heat, AC window units, Colonial trim, low maintenance w/insulated windows & standing seam roof, paver patio area 36x13 w/goldfish pond, attached oversized & insulated 2 car garage 30x24. Outbldgs: 1 sty. detached pole/frame insulated 2-bay garage/shop 64x34 w/16’ ceiling, oil furnace (not hooked up), (2) 12x14 overhead garage doors & separate drive, 1.18 ACRE country lot w/creek frontage, macadam driveway & parking area, professional landscaping, along quiet country road. Zoned Open Space. Ideally located custom solid rancher w/spacious rooms & large shop/garage area. Clean, well maintained & “move in” condition. Great country location, minutes to Ephrata, Denver & Schaefferstown w/easy access to Rt. 272, 897, 322 & Turnpike. Personal inspection by appointment or open house December 4 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

(Bareville/Groffdale Area)

PUBLIC AUCTION DIRECTIONS: Second property East of Newport Rd. in the village of Elm, or from Clay on Rt. 322, travel West on Brubaker Valley Rd. for approx. 5 miles to property on right. REAL ESTATE: A very clean 1.5 story Cape Cod style house w/3 bedrooms & attached 1-car garage on 1.4 acre lot zoned “Village Commercial.” Detached large 2-bay garage & workshop area. House is very clean and well-maintained property, please come to the open house and look around. DETACHED SHOP/GARAGE: A very usable detached steel shelled structure includes a 48’x24’ drive-thru garage/shop; 32’x12’ lean-to storage; a very nice 35’x26.5’ workshop. Attorney Tony Schimaneck. OPEN HOUSE DATES: Saturdays, Dec. 4 & 11 from 1-3 PM. Call/Text auctioneer 717-587-8906. BRIEF LISTING: After 41 years of sharpening, the Russell’s are retiring. 2013 Chevy 2500-HD pickup only 39K (very nice); 1930 restored Model-A; numerous trailers (dump, landscape, utility); (3) Farmall tractors; complete line-up of business grade sharpening tools; Signed Peter Wright Anvil; see our website for complete listing. Please visit our updated website at www.martinandrutt.com

1 STY. 3 BDRM. RANCHER – 2 CAR GAR. INSULATED SHOP/GAR. 64x34

35 Mountain Rd., Denver, PA 17517 (Schoeneck Area). Rt. 272 N. to Rocky Ridge Auto Sales. Left Schoeneck Rd. thru Schoeneck. Right Mountain Rd. to property on left. (W. Cocalico Twp., Lanc. Co.)

mobile home rent­ al, rural 1.14 acre lot. Kline, Kreider and Good Auction­eers. SAT., JANUARY 29 11:00 a.m. - Adam and Laura Zimmerman, 1981 West Main St., Ephrata. 67 +/- acres Lancaster County farm, 4 bedroom, 1 bath 2 story dwelling, 46’x80’ bank barn with additions, 30’x62’ tobacco shed, outbuildings, silos. BeilerCampbell Auction Services.

Member of PA & National Auctioneers Assoc.

Wed., Dec. 15 @ 2:00 P.M.

PUBLIC AUCTION

SAT., JANUARY 8 10:00 a.m. - Ralph E. and Carolyn W. Weaver, 16 Glendale Dr., Lancaster. 1 story brick 3 bedroom rancher, 2 car garage, .36 acre. Kline, Kreider and Good Auctioneers. SAT., JANUARY 15 9:00 a.m. - Alberta M. Gilgore Estate, 5867 Meade­ ville Rd., Narvon. Country 1 story 3 bedroom dwelling, 2 story 30x36 garage/shop, 2 bedroom

AY# 002026

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

Auctioneers: Christ Taylor 717-371-1915 AU#005421 Harold Martin 717-738-4228 AA#19488

COUNTRY 1½ STY. 3 BDRM. DWL. – 2 CAR GAR. BARN 24x48 – UTILITY BLDGS. PARTIAL WOODED – FENCED PASTURE – 8.8 ACRES DENVER/REAMSTOWN AREA

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 11 • 1 P.M.

159 Bonview Dr., Denver. Rt. 272 N. from Ephrata to Denver/Reamstown traffic light. Left Church St. Right Snyder St. Left Monroe St. Right Bonview Dr.

Custom 1½ sty. sandstone/frame dwl. w/2270 SF, eat-in kitchen w/ appliances, island, cabinet, dining rm., living/family rm/ w/sandstone fireplace, 1st floor laundry/utility rm., mudroom, 3 bdrms. w/4th unfinished, 1½ baths, 2 car garage w/19x17 work shop, oil HW radiant floor heat, central AC, rear patio 20x30 w/pergola & sandstone barbecue station, sandstone retaining walls, barn 24x48 w/stable area, 10x16 utility bldg., 12x22 utility/garage bldg., 8.8 ACRES w/4 acres mature timber/woodland, balance pasture. Zoned Conservation. Estate serious to sell. Unique acreage property along no-outlet road. Private, quiet & peaceful setting. Minutes to Denver, Reamstown, Ephrata & Reinholds w/easy access to Rt. 272, Rt. 222 & Turnpike. Personal inspection by appointment or Open House Sat., Dec. 4 from 1 to 4 PM. For brochure or land plotting, visit www.klinekreidergood.com. Financing, deposit or bridge loan available to qualified buyer. Call Randal V. Kline 717-733-1006 (Lender NMLS ID #834368) Randal V. Kline Roy E. Good, Jr. Aaron Z. Nolt Curvin M. Horning 717-733-1006 Lic. #499, #2116, #5064, #3956

Patrick C. Donnelly Estate Patricia D. Donnelly, Exc. 717-333-4989 www.klinekreidergood.com


18B - Wednesday, December 1, 2021 - Say You Saw It In “The Shopping News”

Deeds Recorded The following were recorded at the Lancaster County Recorder of Deeds office from November 18 to November 24: Akron Borough Earl D. Shirk and Nancy M. Shirk conveyed property on Oak Street to Earl D. Shirk and Nancy M. Shirk for $1. WP Partnership conveyed property on North Eleventh Street to Cherissa J. Blank and Gregory W. Stemler for $375,600. John G. Dilello and Sandra L. Dilello conveyed property

on West View Drive to Sandra L. Dilello for $0. Jeanne M. Callahan and Tara M. Spaide conveyed property on Broad Street to Daniel A. Davis and Gabrielle Davis for $284,900. Brecknock Township Daniil V. Vdov and Yelena M. Vdov conveyed property on Village Circle to Janet K. Rodrigues and Luis M. Rodrigues for $470,000. Melissa S. Webb conveyed property on Dogwood Drive to Gary R. Andrews Jr. for $289,000. John B. Nolt and Lucy E. Nolt conveyed property on Maple Grove Road to Cedar Spring Properties LLC for $340,000.

PUBLIC AUCTION

12 ACRE FARMETTE w/CREEK 2½ STY. SANDSTONE FARMHOUSE – SHOP/GAR. – BARN SKID LOADER – CONCRETE EQUIP. – TOOLS “SCHLACKY CONCRETE” DENVER – SCHOENECK AREA

THURSDAY, DECEMBER 30

Michael D. Martin conveyed property on Dry Tavern Road to the Township of Brecknock for $694,000. Albert W. Childs and Katherine E. Childs con­ veyed property on Oakmont Court to Abby M. Focht and Robert M. Focht Jr. for $300,000. Talon Holdings LLC con­ veyed property in Brecknock Township to Emmett Oberrender and Nicole Oberrender for $636,300. Denver Borough Awakened Properties LLC conveyed property on Main Street to Desiree Dehaven and James Dehaven for $280,000. Kristina L. Brenner con­ veyed property in Denver Borough to Kristina L. Brenner for $0. Earl Township Stephen P. Ditsious and Jaenell L. Ditsious conveyed property on Jared Way to Alexander C. Mattheson and

Petal Mattheson for $358,000. John S. Stoltzfus and Miriam L. Stoltzfus conveyed prop­ erty on Peters Road to Lillian Rose Stoltzfus and Steven Lee Stoltzfus for $950,000. East Cocalico Township John R. Hoffer and Shirley A. Hoffer conveyed property in East Cocalico Township to We Care Communities LLC for $1,536,000. Anthony Weitzel conveyed property on Grouse Drive to John M. Greene and Diana F. Mounce­Greene for $228,000. Ronald G. Kreider and Rosalie O. Kreider conveyed property on Stevens Road to Sunview Partners LP for $825,000. Kevin M. Jones conveyed property on West Swartzville Road to Filip Marin and Violeta Marin for $245,000. Kenneth L. Gockley con­ veyed property on East Summit Drive to Kenneth L.

(E. New Holland Area)

3 P.M. – REAL ESTATE 4 P.M.

930 Greenville Rd., Denver. Rt. 272 N. of Ephrata. Left Denver/Reamstown light onto Church Rd. Straight onto Main St. thru Denver, pass Denver Park. Right Leisey Rd. Straight Greenville Rd.

PUBLIC AUCTION

4-UNIT (1994) TOWNHOUSE COMPLEX * .38-AC. TRACT 3-BDRM. 1.5 BATH 1,240 SQ. FT. EACH 13 PARKING SPACES

FRI., DECEMBER 10, 2021 at 4 PM Located at 524 E. Main St., New Holland, Pa. 17557

Gockley and Lana R. Gockley for $1. Sidni G. Schlegel and Kay M. Schlegel conveyed prop­ erty on Pieffer Hill road to Bethany J. Martin and Craig A. Martin for $415,000. Kenneth L. Gockley con­ veyed property on Woodland Drive to Kenneth L. Gockley and Lana R. Gockley for $1. Mark E. Derr conveyed property on North Reading Road to Esther M. Snader and Jeffrey L. Snader for $250,000. East Earl Township Adam M. Oberholtzer and Ella M. Oberholtzer con­ veyed property in East Earl Township to Adam M. Oberholtzer, Edwin M. Oberholtzer, Ella M. Ober­ holtzer, and Lucy M. Oberholtzer for $1. Amy Grace Good and Jeffrey Lee Good conveyed property on Musser Road to Amy Grace Good and Jeffrey Lee Good for $1. Linda M. Shirk conveyed property on Broad Street to Erika Z. Eby and Logan A. Eby for $309,000. Elizabeth Township The Donald L. Neidermyer

Estate conveyed property on West Brubaker Valley Road to Clinton E. Hill and Jodi Denise Smith for $380,000. Sean C. Snyder conveyed property in Elizabeth Town­ ship to Kelly Orr and Sean C. Snyder for $1. Ephrata Borough Chelsea L. Clark and Cory L. Clark conveyed property on Heatherwood Drive to Dustin Sauder for $191,000. Eric S. Bond conveyed property on Clover Court to Lorena K. Lazarchick for $255,000. Jeffrey D. Dieffenbach con­ veyed property on West Main Street to Tenisha K. Goodwin and Steven J. Ross for $177,500. A & R Partners LLC con­ veyed property on East Main Street to Matthew M. Landis and Rosalyn S. Landis for $507,000. MK Joint Ventures LLC conveyed property on Wash­ ington Avenue to Rama Investment Properties LLC for $180,000. Suzanne C. Lewis conveyed property on Windsor Drive to Mark S. Fuhrer for $192,500.

SHORT NOTICE PUBLIC AUCTION LITITZ, LANCASTER CO., PA IMMACULATE ONE OWNER BRICK RANCHER VALUABLE REAL ESTATE

SAT., DECEMBER 11

PERSONAL PROPERTY - 9:00 A.M.

1800s sandstone farmhouse w/2,890 SF, eat-in kitchen, dining rm., living & family rms., office/den, 3 bdrms. (master bdrm. w/whirlpool tub & shower), 2½ baths, laundry, mudroom, gas radiant floor & air heat, central AC, updated plumbing, wiring, heat & AC sys., kitchen, bath rms., windows & roof. Shop/garage bldg. 40x60 w/12’ overhead doors, bank barn 48x30 w/stalls/stable & 2nd floor storage, 12 ACRES w/3 acres tillable, bal. fenced pasture & woodland. After 16 years owners relocating & serious to sell. Spacious dwl. & shop/ gar. Low taxes. Lot of potential. Personal inspection by appointment or open house Sat., December 4, 11 & 18 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)

Skid Loader/Concrete Equip./Tools: NH LS 170 Skid Loader Dsl. w/ Bucket, 1950 Hrs., 1 Owner, Skid Loader Universal Mount Forks, Skid Loader Bucket Tooth Bar, 2005 6.6x18 Tandem Axle Trailer w/Ram, 9950 GVW, Big Tex 6.6x10 Trailer w/Drop Tail Ramp +2’ Sides w/Title, Gravely ZT 48XL Zero Turn Mower w/24HP Kawasaki Eng. 360 Hrs., Polaris 500 SP EFI Snowmobile, Whiteman 6’ Double Trowel Rider Mach. w/Honda 20 HP Eng., Whiteman 3’ 8HP Cement Troweler, (3) 3’ 5HP Cement Troweler, Whiteman Parts Machines, Elec. & Gas Concrete Vibrators, Bull Floats, Concrete Insulation Blankets, Stihl Concrete Saw, Stone Tamper, Concrete Tools, Comm. 375,000 BTU Propane Heater, Form Oil, Steel & Plastic Bondi Rail Sidewalk Forms, Water Tile Saw, Scaffolding, Titon Ind. Air Compressor, Milwaukee Chop Saw, Craftsman Table Saw, Soft Cut Saw TERMS: Be prompt. Auction starting 3 PM w/above equipment & tools. Real Estate 4 PM. Cash, PA check or major credit card. Randal V. Kline Roy E. Good, Jr. Aaron Z. Nolt Curvin M. Horning 717-733-1006 Lic. #499, #2116, #5064, #3956

Troy A. & Lisa D. Schlack 717-278-8240

ANTIQUES, NICE FURNITURE, APPLIANCES, HOUSEHOLD ITEMS & TOOLS Directions: From Garden Spot High School take (Main St.) Rt. 23 W. ½ mile to property on left. Real Estate: Consists of a (1994) 4-unit 2-story brick & vinyl townhouse complex w/private parking lot located on a .38-ac. lot. Each townhouse has 1,240 sq. ft. living area. Main floor offers a living room w/open staircase; eat-in style kitchen w/appliances; laundry room & half bath; rear patio & utility storage area; upper level includes 3 bedrooms w/closets & full bath. Recent updates include luxury vinyl plank flooring, carpet, plumbing & lighting. New heat pump/central AC units (3-7 yrs.); new roof (2 yrs.); new waste water & grinder pump system (4 yrs.) recently serviced. Annual Rental Income: $48,000; annual taxes: $9,578; tenants pay water, sewer & electric; owner pays insurance, trash, lawn care & snow removal. Each unit is occupied with up-to-date tenants. Truly a valuable turnkey investment rarely offered for sale, don’t miss this great opportunity! 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 (717) 354-7700. Note: Outstanding well-maintained 4-unit townhouse complex; excellent income producing property; all units are in very good condition; convenient location close to library, community park & pool, shopping, etc.; desirable ELANCO schools! BROKER/REALTOR PARTICIPATION INVITED CONTACT AUCTIONEER @ 717-371-3333 For photos & complete listing, visit www.martinandrutt.com

Al Reist, Licensed & Bonded Auct. AU-1637-L - Lanc., PA 17601 (717) 951-5088/(717) 569-2409 • www.reistauctioneers.com

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764 PA-897 Reinholds, PA 17569

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• Multiple Outbuildings/Detached Garages • Home in Need of Restoration • Features Stone Fireplace, Exposed Log Wall, & Built-ins • Cocalico SD • West Cocalico Twp.

THE

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Open Houses: Sat. Dec. 4, 10am – 12pm & Sat. Dec. 11, 10am – 12pm

of Lancaster County

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PUBLIC AUCTION

PUBLIC AUCTION

142 N. Charlotte St. Manheim, PA 17545

1547 Vista Rd. Lancaster, PA 17601

Sat. December 18 • 12pm

Sat. December 18 • 10am

• Duplex on Quiet Street, Easy Access to Route 72 • 3 Off-Street Parking Spots & Brick Walk-Way • Walking Distance to Local Shops & Restaurants • Manheim Central SD • 0.17 Acres

• In-Law Quarters in Lower Level • Hardwood Floors Throughout • Nice Neighborhood, Easy Access to Rt. 30 & 222 • Manheim Twp. SD • 0.38 Acres Open Houses: Sat. Dec. 4, 10am – 12pm & Sat. Dec. 11, 10am – 12pm

Open Houses: Sat. Dec. 4, 1pm – 3pm & Sat. Dec. 11, 1pm – 3pm

AY000253L

Auction for:

The Estate of Mrs. Violet Rettew Mr. Richard Henry, Executor Mr. David Morrison, Esq.

(John 717-669-6128)

Thurs. December 16 • 5pm

Auction for: Karen Eager Attorney: Ann Martin

Auction by:

CLASS-WELSH PROPERTY LLC

PUBLIC AUCTION

AY000253L

Dwelling: 3 BRs, 1 bath, full basement; 1218 SF living space; 1-car garage; country setting; end of cul-de-sac; built in 1968; on .80 acres in Warwick School District. Spacious kitchen/dining area, living room, garage with attic pull down access & stairway to basement; oil-fired hot air heat, waterfall water conditioning system (2017); new roof (2013); new driveway (8/2017). NOTE: It is situated on a beautiful, spacious, quiet lot with wooded area to the rear of the home. It has abundant wildlife, including deer. This home is in very nice condition. Executor wants to sell his mother’s home. This is nearly an absolute sale. Please call Al Reist, Auct. 717-951-5088 or 717-569-2409 for Inspections by Appointment and a Real Estate Portfolio.

Auction For:

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

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

www.klinekreidergood.com

REAL ESTATE - 11:00 A.M.

329 Fairview Drive, Lititz, PA 17543 - Lancaster County

Auction for: Brian & Crystal Hammer Attorney: Young & Young

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717-664-5238 877-599-8894

AY000253L

Auction for: Nora Liepa Attorney: Pyfer Reese Staub Gray & Farhat PC

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717-664-5238 877-599-8894


Say You Saw It In “The Shopping News” - Wednesday, December 1, 2021 - 19B

Colleen C. Shaub and Donald R. Shaub conveyed property on Boomerang Drive to Beverly A. Mellinger and Joshua A. Weaver for $265,000. Alta M. Bachman and Charles H. Bachman con­ veyed property on East Walnut Street to Larry L. Bachman and Nancy J. Bachman for $130,000. Ronald L. Moyer conveyed property on West Main Street to Heidi Lynn Diirner and Jacob Lee Diirner for $205,000. Keith Martin and Michelle L. Martin conveyed property on West Main Street to Micah E. Timmins and Rochelle E. Timmins for $205,000. Ephrata Township Eva H. Zimmerman con­ veyed property on Royer Road to Henry N. Zimm­ erman and Lorrene M. Zimmerman for $230,000. Jack H. Ramsey conveyed property on East Hill Street to Carson T. Good and Jennifer E. Good for $330,000.

Nancy L. Bacon and Richard W. Bacon conveyed property on Brookfield Drive to Leslie E. Allgyer for $330,000. Roy Weaver Hoover and Mary Joy Hoover conveyed property in Ephrata Town­ ship to Dale Allen Martin for $330,000. Jeffrey Lance Burkholder and Mary Jolene Burkholder conveyed property in Ephrata Township to Jeffrey Lance Burkholder and Mary Jolene Burkholder for $0. Eric Hackman conveyed property in Ephrata Town­ ship to Laura Beamesderfer and Eric Hackman for $1. Lititz Borough Anthony Feliccia Giannini and Helen Myer-Giannini conveyed property on Front Street to Victor Altadonna and Trina Altadonna for $500,000. Diane M. Shickman, Kath­ erine E. Shickman, Lester Shickman, and Mark L. Shickman conveyed prop­ erty on East Fourth Avenue to Katherine E. Shickman and Mark L. Shickman for $1.

PUBLIC AUCTION

8.6 ACRE FARMETTE COUNTRY 1½ STY. DWL. – 2 CAR GAR. 3½ ACRES TILLABLE – MULTIPLE OUTBLDGS. REAMSTOWN – FIVEPOINTVILLE – BOWMANSVILLE AREA

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 15 • 4 P.M.

Alyssa M. Cassler and Jared L. Cassler conveyed prop­ erty on Golden Street to Alyssa Cassler for $1. New Holland Borough Bethany J. Martin and Craig A. Martin conveyed property Union Avenue to James Trostle for $230,000. Joan J. Bergstresser con­ veyed property on East Jackson Street to Levi J. Brady and Jessica M. Green for $193,000. Terre Hill Ashlee J. Zimmerman and Zachary Jordan Zimmerman conveyed property in Terre Hill to Darren M. Zimm­ erman for $1. Upper Leacock Township Beechdale Associates con­ veyed property on Gibbons Road to Gibbonsland LLC for $1. Beechdale Associates con­ veyed property on Beechdale Road to Smuckerland LLC for $1. Barbara B. Overly conveyed

property on Sun Valley Drive to Derick Esch and Laura Esch for $350,000. The Barbara E. Baker Estate conveyed property on Sun Valley Drive to Riverwalk Property Solutions LLC for $182,000. John McGee conveyed property on James Street to Julianna Ashwood and Stephan Chessa for $460,000. Leonard Brenneman con­ veyed property on West Main Street to Christina Long and Daryl R. Long for $225,000. Warwick Township Erich S. Deutsch and Allison N. Deutsch conveyed prop­erty on Royal Drive to Richard J. Trees for $445,000. Joseph S. Brown and Beth A. Brown conveyed property on Owl Hill Road to Richard J. Trees for $284,000. Katherine M. Freeman con­ veyed property on Skyview

PUBLIC AUCTION

144 ACRE FARM w/STREAM ORGANIC CROP/PRODUCE – LIVESTOCK FARM 2 DWELLINGS – COTTAGE – BANK BARN w/HORSE STALLS POLE/EQUIP. BARN – GAR. – SHOP – MISC. OUTBLDGS. LEESPORT – SHOEMAKERSVILLE – FLEETWOOD AREA

Lane to Christian G. A. Nickel and Kathleen A. Nickel for $456,000. Janet C. Allshouse and Thomas W. Allshouse con­ veyed property on Duffield Drive to David J. Patzer and Emily Patzer for $405,000. Garman Builders at Lan­ caster LLC and Millport Road LLC conveyed prop­ erty on Lititz Bend Drive to Andrew P. Kochanowski and Sheri L. Kochanowski for $831,899. Adam C. Gurtler and Danya M. Gurtler conveyed prop­ erty on Crest Drive to Aaron Richardson and Christine Richardson for $439,200. West Cocalico Township The Doris A. Gates Estate conveyed property on Resh Road to Eric G. Ratzel and Nika Ratzel for $152,000. Richard N. Sauder and Elaine G. Sauder conveyed

property in West Cocalico Township to Ivan H. Hoover and Kimberly J. Hoover for $3,649,800. West Earl Township Team Rahal of Mechanics­ burg Inc. conveyed property in West Earl Township to the Lancaster Area Sewer Authority for $1. John K. Smucker and Rachel G. Smucker conveyed prop­erty on East Main Street to Lynelle Nolt and Nevin R. Nolt for $270,000. Constance R. Frantz and George H. Frantz conveyed property on West Main Street to Lauren Nicole Lesper and Cameron Michael Williams for $255,000. Michael B. Cammauf con­ veyed property on Marlow Avenue to Michael B. Cammauf for $0.

PUBLIC AUCTION 2½ STY. 3 BDRM. DWL. 2 BATHS – 1ST FLOOR LAUNDRY DEEP LOT – MATURE TREES – ALLEY ACCESS TERRE HILL BORO. AREA

MONDAY, DECEMBER 20 • 4 P.M.

206 Lancaster Ave., Terre Hill. Rt. 897 N. from East Earl to Terre Hill. Left Main St. Left Lancaster Ave. OR from Martindale, Lancaster Ave. to Terre Hill.

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17 • 1 P.M.

27 Kemmerer Rd., Shoemakersville. Rt. 222 N. from Reading to Rt. 61 N. Right Rt. 73 E. short distance. Left Ontelaunee Dr. Right Kindts Corner Rd. (becomes W. Shore Dr.). Follow detour signs. Right Kemmerer Rd.

1470 Kilmer Ln., Denver, PA 17517. Rt. 272 N. to Weaver Mkts. Right Rt. 897 S. toward Fivepointville. Right Lauschtown Rd. Straight onto Kilmer Ln. Property on right.

NMLS ID #834368)

144 ACRE farm w/2 separate 2½ sty. brick/frame farm houses & cottage/ cabin. Each dwelling has eat-in kitchen w/appliances, living rm., 3 & 4 bdrms., full bath, laundry, mud rm., attic, bsmt. & oil HW heat sys., summer house/cottage w/676 SF, eat-in kitchen/living rm. combo, 1 bdrm. & bath, bank barn 52x80 w/34x22 addition, equip. pole barn 36x40, large pole barn 70x180 (new ‘04) w/20’ ceiling, garage 22x20, equip. shed 24x32, (3) run-in sheds, “Certified Organic Farm” w/113 acres tillable, balance pasture w/stream. Great setting w/macadam drive. Farmed organically for 20 yrs. & certified PCO for 3 years. Bordered by Reading Water Authority consisting of 4,100 acres including Ontelaunee Lake. Zoned Ag. After 29 years owners relocating to Virginia & serious to sell. Farm is in Ag Preserve & Clean & Green. Great for farming, family or investment. Excellent hunting grounds. Personal inspection by appointment or open house Sat., Dec. 4 & 11 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

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

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

1½ sty. dwl. w/1244 SF, eat-in kitchen w/maple cabinets & appliances, living rm., 2 bdrms., bath on 1st floor, large future bdrm. area 12x36 on 2nd floor, bsmt. 25x35 w/cold cellar & future family rm., oil air heat, 2 car garage, 3 utility bldgs., 8.6 ACRES w/3½ acres tillable, balance lawn, garden & woodland. Quiet, low traffic road. Zoned Ag. Country acreage property in family for 54 years. Owner downsizing to smaller quarters & serious to sell. Minutes to Fivepointville, Terre Hill, Bowmansville & Reamstown. Personal inspection by appointment or open house Sat., Dec. 4 & 11 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)

Geraldine F. Fritz Julie M. Laudermilch, POA 717-808-6408 www.klinekreidergood.com

(Reamstown/Stevens Area)

PUBLIC AUCTION

2-BDRM. 1-BATH SEMI-DETACHED 2-STORY STONE COLONIAL * .20-AC. LOT BEAUTIFULLY RESTORED (1760s) 1,628 SQ. FT. HOME 2-CAR GARAGE/SHOP * UTILITY BARN PRIVATE BACKYARD w/GARDEN AREA & PATIO

THURS., DEC. 9, 2021 at 2:00 PM

Located at 13 S. Reamstown Rd., Stevens, Pa. E. Cocalico Twp. Lancaster Co.

Directions: From Denver/Reamstown area Rt. 272 take E. Church St. to right on S. Reamstown Rd. to home on right. Real Estate: Consists of a 1,628 sq. ft. semi-detached 2-story sandstone Colonialstyle dwelling plus an 816 sq. ft. 2-story 2-bay garage/shop on a .20-acre lot. Main floor features a rustic living rm./dining combo w/HW floors & exposed beams; quaint kitchen w/painted wood cabinetry & appliances; 224 sq. ft. office/ studio with walk-in stone fireplace & restored beehive oven w/tile roof; private 12’x12’ brick patio; upper level has 2 bedrooms & full bath; attic storage; partial basement w/outside entrance; gas heat/central AC; aux. electric heat; 200 amp svc.; 50-yr. standing seam metal roof; new insulated tilt-style windows w/lifetime warranty; public water & sewer; annual taxes: $3,728. Outbuildings: Include a 2-story 2-car garage/shop w/816 sq. ft., upper level has large insulated storage room/studio; wide paved parking area; 12’x20’ utility barn; garden gazebo w/tile roof; large fenced backyard w/hoop greenhouse & garden area. 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 (717) 354-7700. Note: Charming restored 1760s era Colonial dwelling w/rich period architecture, deep window sills, HW floors, exposed beams, thick sandstone walls! Home is in “move-in ready” condition; bonus 2-story 2-car garage/ shop & private backyard! Motivated sellers moving out-of-state! For photos & complete listing, visit www.martinandrutt.com

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

Auction For:

LELAND N. & DIANE E. GAGE NEW HOLLAND, PA

Member of PA & National Auctioneers Assoc.

Ray J. & Cathleen D. R Stoltzfus 610-334-8263

2½ sty. dwl. w/1362 SF, eat-in kitchen w/appliances, dining rm., large living/ family rm., 3 bdrms., 2 full baths, 1st floor laundry/mud rm., attic, bsmt., low maintenance dwl. w/covered soffit, fascia & insulated/tilt windows, oil air heat, deep 268’ lot w/mature trees, off street macadam parking, alley access to rear of lot, public water & sewer. Zoned Commercial Neighborhood. After 49 years owner relocating to retirement community & serious to sell. “Move in” condition. Solid, well maintained dwl. Convenient w/easy access to Blue Ball, East Earl & Bowmansville. Ideal as residence or investment. Personal inspection by appointment or open house Sat., December 4, 11 & 18 from 1 to 4 PM. For brochure or land plotting visit www.klinekreidergood. com. Financing, deposit or bridge loan available to qualified buyer. Call Randal V. Kline 717-733-1006 (Lender NMLS ID #834368) Randal V. Kline Roy E. Good, Jr. Aaron Z. Nolt Curvin M. Horning 717-733-1006 Lic. #499, #2116, #5064, #3956

Gladdis Z. Leid Victoria A. Ream, POA 717-738-1375 www.klinekreidergood.com

PUBLIC AUCTION

www.klinekreidergood.com

OF

REAL ESTATE

PUBLIC AUCTION

3 BR/2½ BATH RANCHER – 4/10 ACRE LOT

OF

REAL ESTATE

3 BR/1 BATH DWL. – GARAGE – 6 ACRE LOT

SAT., DEC. 11, 2021 SALE AT 1:00 P.M.

SAT., DEC. 11, 2021 SALE AT 11:00 A.M.

Located at 90 Blue Lake Rd., Reinholds (W. Cocalico Twp., Lanc. Co.) From the intersection of Rt. 272 & Rt. 897, take Rt. 897 North through Reinholds. Turn left on Blue Lake Rd. to property on right.

Located at 255 Greenville Rd., Denver (W. Cocalico Twp., Lanc. Co.) From Denver, take Main Street towards Schoeneck. Turn right on Leisey Road and continue straight onto Greenville Road. Follow Greenville Road to property on left. Watch for signs.

Real Estate consists of a wood sided, 1½ story dwelling, built in 1953, containing an eat-in kitchen; dining room; living room; bedroom; and a full bath all on the main level. There are two bedrooms upstairs with undereave storage. There is approx. 1,472 sq. ft. of living space. The full basement is unfinished and includes an outside entrance. Oil heat. Well and septic on-site. Situated on a 5.93 (+/-) acre lot (mostly tillable), there is a 2 story, detached, two car garage/ workshop as well as ample land to ‘truck farm’. This is a solid dwelling, with some TLC & updating needed throughout. The acreage, setting, and location are prime, and the bones are good… bring your visions as the possibilities are endless!! Do not miss this excellent opportunity! Open house to be held Sat., Dec. 4 From 1-3PM, or by app’t, contact auctioneer at (717) 371-9603. 10% down day of sale, balance due at settlement. J .Gibble, Atty. Terms By:

THE ALVIN E. FRY ESTATE Lic. #AU005308-L 717-336-6983 www.pannebeckerwolf.com

Real estate consists of a very well maintained, white brick & vinyl-sided rancher, built in 1967, containing a Rissler custom oak kitchen with tile backsplash, electric stove/oven, dishwasher, built-in microwave, and refrigerator; a dining area; a spacious living room; three bedrooms; a laundry; and one and a half baths all on the main level with ample closets and hardwood floors throughout (under carpets). There is approx. 1,366 sq. ft. of one floor living space with attic storage above. The full basement is completely finished and contains a large rec room, with brick hearth and wood-burning insert; a second kitchen (ideal for entertaining); and an additional full bath. The basement has been waterproofed and it contains an outside entrance. Heat pump and central air. Public water. Currently onsite septic; however, public sewer is coming, per Township. Situated on a 0.41 (+/-) acre lot, this beautiful rancher features replacement windows and doors throughout, a trex & vinyl rear deck with powerretractable awning, a two car attached garage, two storage sheds (one with overhead door and electric), a beautifully manicured lawn, and a farmland view across the street. Be prepared to move right in! You will not want to miss this fantastic, and rare, opportunity! Open Houses to be held Sat., Dec. 4 from 1-3PM, or by appt., contact auctioneer at (717) 371-9603. 10% down day of sale, balance due at settlement. 1% Broker participation offered. Call auctioneer for details. J. Noel, Atty. Terms By:

THE JUDITH L. SAUDER ESTATE Lic. #AU005308-L 717-336-6983 www.pannebeckerwolf.com


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