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for some new comments of success) Fall 1991 and January 1992 Testimonials: My cousin and his new wife (both in their early 40’s) were visiting my mom, my sister, and I. My sister asks, “So, how did you meet?” They kind of giggled and asked each other, “Should we tell them?” They said they met through the LYBL column. My sister and I decided we would try our fare at meeting “Mr. Right”. (BTW, my cousin and his wife are still married and hopelessly in love.) My sister didn’t have much luck, but in January 1992, I saw this ad that kept drawing my attention. As described, he really wasn’t what I was looking for, but... We met later that month for the first time; got engaged in 1993 and married in 1994. We will celebrate our 25th anniversary this October and we have a 23-year-old daughter who lives out of state. Thank you, LYBL! Mr. & Mrs. J.N. 4/4/17 Testimonial: I placed an ad 1/2/94 and met the love of my life. He has 3 boys and I have 3 girls. We were married 8/26/95 and now we’re the Brady Bunch. Thanks for helping us find each other. KP/DP I will always be grateful to your paper Valley Trader. My husband DH wrote to me and we have been happily married almost 12 wonderful years. We’ve been through many trials and joys and so glad we found each other. K.W/K.H. “Thanks Again Valley Trader, Friends! Years ago I put an ad in your paper and we were married almost 20 years & then our lord called him home.” -HR “My brother met his wife Bonnie through your column. They have a son named Jake! He’s our pride and joy!” –CW L.B.Y.L. Readers: It would help a lot if you put your town location in your ad. Distance is important when replying to an ad. Thanks. – The Valley Trader PLEASE RESPOND – We have had several people who

have responded to personals in our column, and received no response in return. We would like to request that you send at least a post card to each and every response you receive, just out of courtesy to those taking the time to write you. Also, don’t forget to include either a phone number or address in your letter when responding to an ad. IN ORDER TO DISTINGUISH BETWEEN IC RESIDENTS AND OTHER RESIDENTS WE HAVE DECIDED TO PUT EACH IN THEIR OWN SECTION. Tired of not meeting that special someone at work, at the bar, or wherever you have been looking? Look no further than Look Before You Leap men and woman our other supporting single services. We want to help you! What do you have to lose? Just your loneliness. So do it. Send in your ad or send in a response. See directions at beginning of section on how to be a part of the Look Before You Leap. Watch for our new dating online site to begin: www. LookB4YouLeap.net you can sign up but it is very new so be the first to get involved. Sign up! Regular: SWtM, 57, 6’2”-160, short gray hair, blue eyes, looking for older, mature oriental woman, Asian, Chinese, Native American, 45-57, long waist length black hair, blue eyes, nice figure, for dating, movies, going out to eat, cuddling, romance, companionship. ND, NB, non smoker, no tattoos, no body piercings, possible live in or vice versa maybe. I live in Milton, tired of being alone, living alone. Want female companionship. RC26074 12/16 SWtF, 53 yrs., 5’2”-139, brown hair, brown eyes, seeking S, D, WtM for dating & companionship. I like the outdoors, nature, gardening, stargazing, dining out, cooking, antiques, flea markets, estate sales. I don’t drink or do drugs. I do smoke cigarettes & I’m ready to quit anytime soon.

Hopefully I will find a good friend to enjoy quality time & have some fun, and see what happens. Snyder Co. Area. ME26102 6/24 SWtF, 41, looking for sexy older man. I’m a thick sexy woman that likes to have fun, in the Philly Area, open & honest & like to please. I also like attention. Been lonely for a while now, so I’m ready. DK26119 3/18 WtM seeks smart, attractive female friend, over 18, who likes the outdoors, mountains, cuddling, & massages. Pen pals welcome, no drugs or alcohol. Will answer all. Any area OK. 3/18 SWtM, 60’s, 5’11”-190, nice looking, enjoys sports, yard sales, flea markets, etc. Looking for S/DWtF, 45-65, who enjoys the same. Would like to spend quality time with, have fun. Will answer all. Leave phone number to reach you. BY26121 3/18 SWtM, 5’7”, middle age, nice country man, vet, NS, wine at times, fish & hunt, cookouts, near Allenwood, love outdoors, financially secure. Looking for S/D/Wi/mom OK. Answer all. Average to med. wt. Lost wife to cancer. JH26134 4/1 SWtM, 5’11”, brown hair, green eyes, 70’s, looking for a woman for companionship & dating, going places together & doing things together. I’m tired of being alone. MY26135 4/1 WANTED: 25 to 40 year old woman, love friend, I’m 5’5”160, great for fun, can keep you & don’t need to work. Let’s see the best of life. Swim, tan, picnic together. RH26136 4/1 SWtFIC, sweet & sexy, loving & fun to be with, very honest, loyal, & open minded. Take a chance & get to know me. Age is unimportant. I have lots of love & affection to give to a special man. HS26147IC IC’s FIC, 34, Christian mother of 3, brown hair, green eyes, 4’11”, very family oriented, enjoy helping others. Looking for a pen pal. MH26122 FIC, red headed, blue eyed

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country girl, 33, easy going, fun loving, & dedicated mother. Looking for pen pal. HG26123IC SWtFIC, tall, trim, long legs, big brown eyes, looking for pen pal that leads to true friendship, some good laughs, & possibly more. I love fast cars, restoring, & driving. HC26124IC SWtFIC, 30’s, seeking friendship, companionship & who knows, maybe something more. I’m a fun, smart, caring person who loves excitement. It’s a lonely world. Hope to hear back. SD26125IC SWtFIC, 26, seeking fun & light hearted male companionship. New to area, Looking for a friend. You won’t be disappointed. Check me out. AF26126IC FIC, Native American with all the right curves. Looking for someone special. I like gardening, reading, & just spending quiet times together, holding hands, movies & ice cream. DC26127IC WtFIC, I’m a sweet, nice female, very cute, wanting pen pals. CW26128IC SWtFIC, 5’11”-150, long brown hair, seeking lasting relationship that is built over time. Enjoy reading, laughing, & dancing. Let’s get to know each other. KP26129IC SWtFIC, 38, seeking serious companionship & serious fun. Enjoy doing hair, good food, & great conversation, in PA. Come see what you are missing. Waiting to hear from you. RH26130IC FIC, 49, blonde hair, blue eyes, 125 lbs., love smiling all the time, love the outdoors. I’m shy at first till I get to really know you. I like when we can make each other laugh. Looking for companionship. SP26131IC SWtFIC, 27, green eyes & petite, have a great personality, & love to have fun. Looking for a friend, partner, companion or just a special connection. CM26132IC FIC, 53, long dark hair, nicely built, looking for a companion to correspond with. I’m incarcerated, time’s almost up. Like movies, beaches, & the mountains, quiet evenings & walks together.DC26133IC FIC, beautiful, long brown hair down to my waist, hazel eyes, adventurer, love to have fun & good conversation. JD26137IC SWtFIC, 37, 5’3”-135, long blonde hair/baby blue eyes, looking for nice male who would be interested in corresponding with me. CW26138IC SWtFIC, 27, green eyes, petite, seeking a male friend with hopes of being more &/ or just a special connection.

Love to laugh & talk about real things. I’m outgoing, have a great heart & personality to go with it. CM26139IC FIC, 5’1”, brown skin & eyes, thick nice shape body, 34, seeking man, 40+, love sports, travel, kids, church, music, dancing, etc. Like to have fun & make people happy, good listener. KB26140IC FIC, 26, blonde, blue eyes, looking for an educated male. KM26141IC BFIC, looking for an educated, established, generous male, seeking companionship. SF26142IC FIC, 24, 5’3”-137, dirty blonde hair w/black ends, love music, drawing, writing, beaches, cooking, looking for friends, relationships, or people to write & get to know. Want to know more, write me. SK26143IC SWtFIC, 36, due to get out in July, brown hair, hazel eyes, 5’9”, open for new relationship, easy going, love outdoors. JC26144IC FIC, 29, full blooded Puerto Rican, an all around woman, beautiful inside & out. Looking for pen pal. CF26145IC SWtFIC, 40, seeking male companion, attractive, likes the outdoors, funny & likes to laugh & have a good time. Loves kids & animals & content with a quiet night at home or a night on the town. AH26146IC WE DO NOT RUN ANY IC-LBYL ADS WITHOUT YOUR IDENTIFYING NUMBER. THESE MAILINGS ARE RETURNED BACK TO US, NON DELIVERABLE. ALSO YOU MUST SIGN UP I GUESS TO RECEIVE MAIL FROM LBYL. Inmates, seems you may need to be on some kind of mailing list at the prison. Inquire at your place. Thanks. The Valley Trader would like to thank everyone who places an ad in this column and also the people who respond. The number of responses we have been receiving has been GREAT!!! If you meet that “special person” from communicating through our column, let us know. Did you marry? Are you dating? We would like to know! Write us a short note we can print. Of course, we’ll only print it with your initials. ATTENTION: We have no control over where our Look Before You Leap ads arrive from, and being a free press, we will place them in our column. Some ads may be from lonely individuals who are incarcerated.

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hosting a spring Lambing Clinic (3/16). Lambing is the most LIVE ENTERTAINMENT by Runaway Stroller!!! (VIP Admission critical time of year in the sheep business. Register now open for Entrance time is 2:00pm!) There is a limited amount of tickets a learning day for sheep owners present or future. See full details available! and sign up at www.owensfarm.com. Sunbury March 23: AOAA Ice Breaker Ride: 10:00 AM Anthracite Outdoor Adventure Area in Coal Township is opening the streets of Shamokin for a ride into town. You asked for it and you got it! We are taking it to the streets again in 2019 with the first ride into Shamokin on Saturday, March 23. Anyone riding at the AOAA will be permitted to ride their ATV, Dirt Bike, SxS or other OHV into downtown Shamokin to access the local businesses. Yes, you read that right…you will be permitted to ride the streets on a predetermined route from the AOAA trails to downtown Shamokin and back. You will be able to park downtown and enjoy the local restaurants and stores. The new 2019 route also includes streets in Coal Township! Preregister online before the event to make things run smoother. Ice Breaker Ride Shamokin Now-March 30: Susquehanna Heartland Wine Trail Spring Fling: Say farewell to winter and welcome to spring during the month of March while taking in the sights of the Susquehanna Heartland Wine Trail (SHWT). Stop at each of the 16 member wineries and taste their award winning wines; the best that local PA wineries have to offer. Ticket holders are entitled to a complimentary souvenir SHWT wine glass. Also food (light fare) will be available between 12 and 5 PM each Saturday and Sunday during the month of March at all 16 wineries. Ticket holders will receive 10% off of their wine purchases at each member winery during the event. Music will be offered at various participating wineries. For a list of participating wineries and more information 301 Hickory Grove Road please visit the SHWT website or our Facebook page. Daniel Beiler March 22: Event at the Winery at Hunter’s Valley: Daisy Watsontown, PA 17777 (570) 238-6822 Bottle Painting Class (3/22) Spend the evening painting www.dncoatings.com one of our gorgeous colored wine bottles (yes..even the everpopular BLUE BOTTLES!) with adorable little daises making the most beautiful centerpiece for your home! Reservations are required. Call 717-444-7211 or register online. Save the Date: April 6: 4th Anniversary Party with signature birthday cake mimosas and other drink specials, vineyard tour, specials & giveaways, food and entertainment. www. H u n t e r s Va l l e y W i n e s . c o m Liverpool March 23: Events at Broad Mountain Vineyard: Blues & BBQ at the Vineyard (3/23) Join us for a night of delicious BBQ, your favorite drinks, and fabulous Blues! Get Smok’d BBQ will be bringing the food, we have the drinks, and a great Blues music line-up. 3-5pm: Sean Farley. 5-7pm: Chris LaRose. 7-9pm: The Ann Kerstetter Band. Tickets are $10 in advance and $15 at the door. Doors open at 2pm, with food & drink available; music will kick off at 3pm. Follow this link to purchase tickets: Blues & BBQ. Broad Mountain Vineyard Halifax March 14-23: SBDC Business Workshops: The Bucknell University Small Business Development Center (SBDC) provides entrepreneurs with 14. *Conflict without active 47. Any high mountain THEME: 20th CENTURY the education, information, and fire 48. Like yellow polka dot consulting services they need 19. One step to success? bikini ACROSS to build successful businesses. 22. “For ____ a jolly...” 50. Tropical edible root 1. Nibble away March workshops include: 23. Half-rotten 52. *First on the moon 5. *Information space The First Step Pre-Business 24. *Manhattan Project 56. Holy See’s administer8. School support org. 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1997 Jeep Wrangler, excellent condition, 4 cyl., 5 spd. Call for list of all new parts. $5,200. OBO. 570735-1416. 3/18

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very good condition, well maintained, 138,000 miles, $5100 obo. Call 570-3742759 after 6 pm. 4/1 Wanted: Used Buick, used Volkswagen Diesel, or used AWD vehicle in nice shape. Call 717-856-2024. 3/18 1961 CJ5 Willy Jeep Hardtop w/snow plow. 570998-9127. 4/1

Auto / Truck Accessories & Equipment – 07 FOR SALE: Fiberglass Cap for 04 Ford F-150. 7 ½ ft. $250. 570-494-0444. ufn

14 or 16 ft. Dump Trailer cam preferred 570-2046287. ufn. Truck Caps for sale. 570494-0444. Call for details. Ufn 5 Working mid 80’s Oldsmobile Toranado Radios, 8x3 3/4x5 deep. As a lot $150. All plus shipping. 814-342-4094. 4/15

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20-2) Serial (A8D1) Wolf 2 T. Volts (12V) Floor Jack Amp (130A) Alternator on car (95 Ford Taurus) 3-8L V-6 (3 mos.) like brand new, $200 for all 3. Will deliver. Before 2 pm 570-939-2899. 4/1 Boats-08

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Experienced Sales Person to handle our Montour & Columbia Co. Area. Very good commission structure. Send resume to The Valley Trader, Sales Position, P.O. Box 392, Lewisburg, PA 17837 SALES REP WANTED: EXPANDING SALES FORCE in Lycoming and Clinton Counties. Experience sales necessary. Must have car and valid

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Billboard Advertising Space Available. Assorted sizes, 2 are lighted signs on Route 61, Mt. Carmel, Pa. 2 small billboards, no lights. Inquire for size & price for rental. All signs leading out of & into Mt. Carmel at the bridge. Great location. Contact rcaahealthservices@gmail. com or 570-204-9626. Ufn Full Body Mount of Alaskan Timber Wolf mounted on a rock base. Killed in Brooks Range, Alaska. Price $1,995. Questions call Ted 570-2049391. 3/18

Scales: Prof Pharm Scales Mettle R Manuf., numerical numbers manuf., Switzerland, cost new $1,600, excellent condition, $250.; Elect. Boxes round, square, junction, metal, mostly new, approx.. 75-80, $65.; Tire, 1 Cooper touring Edition Lifeliner M & S, 235R16 9/32 remain, excel, $40. 570-538-1021. 3/18 13 Restored Antique Shelf

& Wall Clocks with nice cases. As a lot $1,700 cash, then get a free German Sub Way Clock, c-1940 that is two sided. 814-342-4094. 3/18

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Flexible Flyer Type Snow Sled, circa 1962, 53”, $40. 570-538-5841 after 2 pm. 4/1

Pair of DJ Light Shows, both $150. Sell or trade. 717-379-8010. 4/1 Pittsburgh Pirates Jersey, size 50. $50, free shipping. 717-379-8010. 4/1

Hess Trucks in original boxes, ’91, ’92, ’94, ’97, ’99 thru 2005, 2006, 20007, 2008 – 2012; new miniature Hess Trucks, 2001-2009, $20. Ea; 100 Hot Wheels/ Matchbox Cars, $90; New Disney Pixcar Cars Edition Monopoly, $12. 570-2383052 leave message. 4/1 13 Restored Antique Shelf & Wall Clocks w/nice cases. As a lot $1,700. Cash, then get a free German Sub Way Clock c-1940 that is two sided. 814-342-4094. 4/15

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Easter Extravaganza, Sat., April 13, 10 am – 11:30 am. Toddlers thru Grade 5: Featuring Professional Juggler, Forrest Davis. Easter Egg Hunt, game activities/prizes & refreshments. Don’t forget your easter basket for the egg hunt. Join us for this family event – all children must attend with an adult. Invite your friends. Fun begins at Sunbury Bible Church Sports Complex, Rt. 11, North of Northumberland. www.sunburybiblechurch. org 4/1 Pets/Livestock-40

We will not be accepting free puppy to good home ads with just an email address to get in touch with the party. A valid phone number only must be included in the ad. Thank you for all understanding on this matter as it has come to our attention they may be a new type of scam.

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Golf clubs? Golf carts? Exercise bikes? Just a few things that you may want to sell in this category. Call 570-444-9850 to place your classified ad in the next issue. Random Loose Baseball Cards, very good condition, 70’s, 80’s, 90’s. 25¢ ea. Plus shipping or 11 for $1.50. Send text to 570360-5898. 4/1 Snowblowers- 44

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Billtown Blues Audition Concert to be Held Saturday, March 23 The time has come again for the Billtown Blues Association, BBA, to hold their 27th annual “Billtown Blues Challenge” Festival Audition Concert, where local and regional musicians compete for the coveted spot on the BBA festival stage performing along with confirmed national and international acts. The BBA Audition Concert is set for Saturday,

March 23, 2019 in the Genetti Hotel Ballroom, 200 West 4th Street, Williamsport, PA. The Solo/Duo competition starts at 4:00 p.m. and the Band competition begins at 6:00 p.m. Doors open at 3:00 p.m. Admission is $15 for the general public, $10 for Billtown Blues Association members. Continuing with the same event format, the judges for this important event are drawn from the

BBA current membership. All current members are eligible to receive a ballot and participate in the judging process as long as ballots are obtained prior to the first note of the event. Competing in the Solo/ Duo category are Williamsport and Bellefonte based, The Blues Creakers, Jason P. Yoder from Selinsgrove and Mini Mojo from Williamsport. In the

Band competition are the Becky Blue Band from Selinsgrove, A.C.’s Soul Medicine from Lewisburg, Scranton based JP Williams Blues Band, Blues On The Loose from Lancaster, the Benjamin Vo Blues Band from Lititz, and The Cadillac Cats from Williamsport. All performers were required to apply through a submission process and all criteria and performance rules align with those set forth by the Blues Foundation in Memphis TN. Al-

though the #1 prize for the winners is a guaranteed performance spot on the Festival main stage, winners also become eligible to register in the prestigious International Blues Challenge in Memphis held the following January and become eligible to accept performance opportunities at the annual Destination Blues Festival and the Exchange Listening Room in Bloomsburg. Performers are judged in the following categories: Blues Content, Original-

ity, Vocals, Instrumental Talent and Stage Presence. For more information visit the Blues Foundation website http://www. blues.org. Participants are not judged against each other but only by the judges through an individual numeric scoring system. The event will also offer an opportunity for new member signups and membership renewals, as well as the opportunity to purchase 30th Billtown Blues Festival tickets.

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SUN Tech Planning Two Events this Year There are two fundraising events on the calendar for New Berlin’s Technical School this year. One is a repeat of a successful event staged last year at the Cherry Street Bistro, which is the school’s restaurant and culinary teaching facility. The other is planned to be held outside the school’s premises and it will be extremely unique. On March 22nd, the Bistro will again hold the “SUN Tech Benefit Dinner and Auction”. Once again the dinner is being coordinated by the school through the Administrator Jennifer Hain and with an assist from MCPS of Central PA President Art Lieberman, whose office abuts the school in New Berlin. Also involved is the Greater Susquehanna Valley Chamber of Commerce, and their President Robert Garrett and his staff. All proceeds will go to the SUN Tech Foundation, Last year,152 participants jammed the Bistro and the school raised over $4,500. The free event was planned so that students from several courses could take an educational trip to Phila-

delphia to various places relevant to the studies. The dinner, a buffet prepared and served by students of the Culinary Department under the direction of InstructorChef Justin Wright, was a variety of different dishes that satisfied any palette. After the meal, thirty items were put up for live auction. Seven of the items were produced at the school itself and they were hits with the crowd. The contributors were all local businesses whose donations supported the goal of the auction. This year many of those that participated have indicated they’d love to participate again for a different group of students. However, there are indications that several new participants will be bringing some unique items to be sold at the auction. The school had hoped to raise $2,500 which was the actual cost of the trip. Even after expenses the school was easily able to pay for the trips, thanks to the participants. Once again this year Chef Wright and several students will appear of PA LIVE on WBRE on March 15th to discuss the event.

Any business that wishes to donate an item for auction can call 570-966-5700 ext. 210 and mention the auction. Your donation is tax deductible at the retail value of the item. Your business will be mentioned in the auction’s press releases and in the program that will be distributed to attendees. Further participation instructions will be given at that time. The second event will take place August 24th. Art Lieberman, who was the Producer of the Courtyard Theater in the Susquehanna Mall will produce the event, along with the Greater Susquehanna Valley Cham-

ber of Commerce and President Bob Garrett. The Gala will be held at La Primavera Restaurant in Lewisburg. This dinner, dance, show and game filled evening will be unique for this area. Entitled “A BLAST FROM THE PAST GALA”, the event will take place from 6:00 pm until 10:00 pm and will feature the magnificent Italian cuisine of Owner and Chef Vito Mazzamuto, served as an all-you-caneat buffet in the outdoor pavilion at the restaurant. During and after the meal there will be dancing to an orchestra and the presentation of a mini-show

called “Broadway’s Funniest Songs” performed by a group of talented locals. Lieberman will be conducting auditions in early summer for the event. He has already had volunteers from former stars of the plays performed at the Courtyard Theater. The school is also hopeful of getting participation from some talented former students of SUN Tech. All in all, they are anticipation 12 performers with good singing and acting abilities to “sell’ the songs. Finally, a unique game will be played and people seated at each table will be teamed and compete for priz-

es. The game called “Simon Says Scavenger Hunt with a Twist” has been a huge hit at various RV Parks in this country. Five prizes will be awarded to the winners. Tickets to this feast and fun event are $25 per person and all proceeds will be going to the SUN Tech Foundation. Tickets to the Gala will go on sale in the spring and reservations will be required in advance. The tickets can be purchased over the Internet or by phone and instructions on how to order will be available soon. Reservations may be made up to the day before the Gala. Don’t miss either event!

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