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CleanRite Cleaning Services, Inc.
574-586-9614 • 574-274-2424
FAX 574-586-7029 • Walkerton, IN 46574
Monday - Friday 8-5 • Serving a 60 miles radius from Walkerton, IN
Call CleanRite today at (574) 274-2424 for a complimentary consultation.
Apartments • Bonded • Free Estimates • Homes • Offices • Insured
THIS IS THE “NUTSHELL” VERSION OF OUR GENERAL CLEANING CHECKLIST
KITCHEN: All surfaces are washed and wiped down, the sink is scoured. Inside cabinets, drawers, refrigerator, oven and dishwasher are not cleaned. Window above sink cleaned. Cabinets wiped
down, vinegar coffee pot (monthly).
FLOORS: All floor areas are cleaned. Carpets and area rugs are vacuumed. Tile/hardwood are cleaned to your request.
BATHROOMS: The entire bathroom is cleaned. The only areas in the bathroom not cleaned are inside cabinets, drawers, ceiling.
DUSTING: Furniture cleaned, window ledges and sills and lamp shades. Cobwebs, ceiling fans, light fixtures, baseboards, pictures, cold air returns, above doors (monthly).
WINDOWS: Main doors in and out.
TRASH: Gathered and taken out and replaced with new liners.
ITEMS NOT DONE ON GENERAL CLEANING: Dishes, inside cabinets, wash laundry, make bed, ironing, inside fireplace, wash walls or ceilings and wax floors.
CleanRite staff is always in CleanRite uniform shirts.
Payment is expected at time of services unless prior arrangements have been made.
Billing is done at the beginning of the month. You can pay at each cleaning.
Mail check to P.O. Box 65, Walkerton, IN 46574. We also accept credit cards.
Enclosed in your bill is a Feedback Form that you can fill out and return with your payment, plus a return
envelope addressed. Any problems or areas will be discussed and fixed.
Communication is very important for any relationship, including ours. We understand we must earn your
trust during every visit. We are flexible, offering customized cleaning service plans designed with your needs
in mind. Establishing this open communication and being flexible ensures your satisfaction as a long-term
client.
We will extend $20.00 credit on next cleaning if someone books a cleaning with us from your referral.
Price is based on per job/cleaning (no hourly).
Finance charges applied if late; insufficient charges applied for
returned checks.
24-hour cancellation notice required or billed 1/2 of cleaning for day of service, if too little notice is given for
rescheduling.
Windows/mini blinds estimate available (semi-annual).
No sign-on contract.
References available upon request.
Initial charge applies at beginning of service.
House should be cleared of clutter/toys, clothing, and other household items before our arrival to clean.
Master sheet of account filled out for master file only.
The girls will leave a business card after each cleaning appointment that states the next scheduled appoint-
ment.
They will leave a list of supplies or anything they may have seen that you need to know about after each
cleaning.
We usually use all your products and your sweeper; however, the girls do have sweepers and supplies
with them. Also, we want to use the product for your floors that was recommended to you at the time of
installation so that your floors will be cleaned to your satisfaction. In today’s world, we have a tote full of floor
cleaners because everyone uses different brands.
We clean homes between 8 and 5 on Monday through Friday. Your preference with keys, alarm codes, and
so forth is fine.
The girls are usually at your house at a precise time for starting; however, if they have another house before
yours, we can’t always guarantee a pre-determined time.
PRIVACY POLICY: CleanRite Cleaning Services, Inc. recognizes how important it is to respect the privacy of
the information submitted to us. Our company policy we have established consists of collecting the informa-
tion that is submitted and used for internal review only. If you don’t want to receive an e-mail from us in the
future, please let us know by e-mailing us, verhaeghe@galaxyinternet.net.
OUR POLICIES
Wouldn’t it be wonderful to come home to a
clean house without lifting a finger?
NOW YOU CAN!
Plan ahead for your graduation parties – Leave the cleaning to us!
Have a lake home? Let us get it ready for the summer
CALL YOUR SPRING
CLEANING TEAM!
Make a fresh start this season with a professional
spring cleaning. Our team members are carefully
screened and trained to provide thorough,
professional and efficient service.
You’re guaranteed the professional, quality
cleaning service you deserve when you
choose CleanRite Cleaning Services, Inc.,
serving residential and commercial clients
within a 60-mile radius of Walkerton, Indiana
since 2000.
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The Review
USPS 436-440, 214 N. Michigan St.
Plymouth, IN 46563, 574-936-3101
Periodical postage paid Plymouth, IN 46563
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The Leader Editor . . . . . . . . . Cheryl Patrick
Managing Editor . . . . . . . . Lois Tomaszewski
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CleanRite Cleaning Services, Inc.
574-586-9614 • 574-274-2424
FAX 574-586-7029 • Walkerton, IN 46574
Monday - Friday 8-5 • Serving a 60 miles radius from Walkerton, IN
Call CleanRite today at (574) 274-2424 for a complimentary consultation.
Apartments • Bonded • Free Estimates • Homes • Offices • Insured
THIS IS THE “NUTSHELL” VERSION OF OUR GENERAL CLEANING CHECKLIST
KITCHEN: All surfaces are washed and wiped down, the sink is scoured. Inside cabinets, drawers, refrigerator, oven and dishwasher are not cleaned. Window above sink cleaned. Cabinets wiped
down, vinegar coffee pot (monthly).
FLOORS: All floor areas are cleaned. Carpets and area rugs are vacuumed. Tile/hardwood are cleaned to your request.
BATHROOMS: The entire bathroom is cleaned. The only areas in the bathroom not cleaned are inside cabinets, drawers, ceiling.
DUSTING: Furniture cleaned, window ledges and sills and lamp shades. Cobwebs, ceiling fans, light fixtures, baseboards, pictures, cold air returns, above doors (monthly).
WINDOWS: Main doors in and out.
TRASH: Gathered and taken out and replaced with new liners.
ITEMS NOT DONE ON GENERAL CLEANING: Dishes, inside cabinets, wash laundry, make bed, ironing, inside fireplace, wash walls or ceilings and wax floors.
CleanRite staff is always in CleanRite uniform shirts.
Payment is expected at time of services unless prior arrangements have been made.
Billing is done at the beginning of the month. You can pay at each cleaning.
Mail check to P.O. Box 65, Walkerton, IN 46574. We also accept credit cards.
Enclosed in your bill is a Feedback Form that you can fill out and return with your payment, plus a return
envelope addressed. Any problems or areas will be discussed and fixed.
Communication is very important for any relationship, including ours. We understand we must earn your
trust during every visit. We are flexible, offering customized cleaning service plans designed with your needs
in mind. Establishing this open communication and being flexible ensures your satisfaction as a long-term
client.
We will extend $20.00 credit on next cleaning if someone books a cleaning with us from your referral.
Price is based on per job/cleaning (no hourly).
Finance charges applied if late; insufficient charges applied for
returned checks.
24-hour cancellation notice required or billed 1/2 of cleaning for day of service, if too little notice is given for
rescheduling.
Windows/mini blinds estimate available (semi-annual).
No sign-on contract.
References available upon request.
Initial charge applies at beginning of service.
House should be cleared of clutter/toys, clothing, and other household items before our arrival to clean.
Master sheet of account filled out for master file only.
The girls will leave a business card after each cleaning appointment that states the next scheduled appoint-
ment.
They will leave a list of supplies or anything they may have seen that you need to know about after each
cleaning.
We usually use all your products and your sweeper; however, the girls do have sweepers and supplies
with them. Also, we want to use the product for your floors that was recommended to you at the time of
installation so that your floors will be cleaned to your satisfaction. In today’s world, we have a tote full of floor
cleaners because everyone uses different brands.
We clean homes between 8 and 5 on Monday through Friday. Your preference with keys, alarm codes, and
so forth is fine.
The girls are usually at your house at a precise time for starting; however, if they have another house before
yours, we can’t always guarantee a pre-determined time.
PRIVACY POLICY: CleanRite Cleaning Services, Inc. recognizes how important it is to respect the privacy of
the information submitted to us. Our company policy we have established consists of collecting the informa-
tion that is submitted and used for internal review only. If you don’t want to receive an e-mail from us in the
future, please let us know by e-mailing us, verhaeghe@galaxyinternet.net.
OUR POLICIES
Wouldn’t it be wonderful to come home to a
clean house without lifting a finger?
NOW YOU CAN!
Plan ahead for your graduation parties – Leave the cleaning to us!
Have a lake home? Let us get it ready for the summer
CALL YOUR SPRING
CLEANING TEAM!
Make a fresh start this season with a professional
spring cleaning. Our team members are carefully
screened and trained to provide thorough,
professional and efficient service.
You’re guaranteed the professional, quality
cleaning service you deserve when you
choose CleanRite Cleaning Services, Inc.,
serving residential and commercial clients
within a 60-mile radius of Walkerton, Indiana
since 2000.
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BY RACHAEL HERBERT-
VARCHETTO
STAFF WRITER
KNOX — For the gen-
eral hunter, bagging game is
a triumph of the season. For
the hunters involved in the
annual Turkey Tracks Hunt
sponsored by the Eric Corey
Foundation, “It’s not about
the hunt, but about the friends
you meet.”
That was the favorite say-
ing repeated by people who
knew and loved Eric Corey, a
young hunter diagnosed with
ALS, more commonly known
as Lou Gehrig’s Disease.
Each year, Turkey Tracks
sponsors several hunts for
disabled and terminally ill
hunters in memory of the
love for the sport that Corey
had. In 2012, Corey passed
away at the age of 25. April
25 kicked off the 2014 event
with approximately 150 peo-
ple in attendance, including
more than 40 disabled hunters
and their families gathering
for the hunt early the next
day.
“It can be a bit of a chal-
lenge for the hunters, espe-
cially the kids,” said Doug
Corey, Eric’s father.
For the people involved
with setting up the event,
which includes a kick-off
banquet the night before the
hunt, everything they do pays
off with big rewards.
“It’s joyful to see the fam-
ilies together,” Corey said.
“You see the smiling faces,
when a family comes out. It’s
good to get [the kids] away
from the hospitals and let
them enjoy one good week-
end of nature, to let them
have a good time.”
Much of the success of the
event has to do with the sup-
port of the volunteers who
come in to help. The Turkey
Tracks Hunt needs volunteers
to thrive, according to family
friend Dave Strebe.
“You can see how much
the hunters appreciate it. And
it takes a lot of help, volun-
teers, guides, and land own-
ers. It can’t happen without
them,” he said. Strebe first
met the Corey’s in 2005 dur-
Equal access hunting
Knox-based organization welcomes hunters with disabilities
Photo by Rachael Herbert-Varchetto
Darrell Harrington is helped by his nephew Dustin Harrington at the Turkey Tracks
Hunt this weekend.
See Hunting, Page 10
1. Is the book of Jonah in the Old or New Testament or nei-
ther?
2. Who were Hebrew midwives at the time of Moses’ birth?
Puah/Shiprah, Merab/Joanna, Zillah/Michal, Jael/Abi?
3. Which queen refused to appear before King Ahasuerus,
though requested to do so? Anna, Vashti, Gomer, Claudia?
4. From 2 Chronicles, how many talents of gold did the
Queen of Sheba give Solomon? 2, 50, 100, 120?
5. After Jesus, who is the second most mentioned man in the
Bible (KJV)? Paul, Moses, David, Solomon?
6. In Ruth 1, what did Naomi call herself after suffering trag-
edy? Cozbi, Haggith, Mara, Asa
ANSWERS: 1) Old; 2) Puah/Shiprah; 3) Vashti; 4) 120; 5)
David; 6) Mara
(c) 2014 King Features Synd., Inc.
Bible trivia
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New Construction • Decking • Insurance Work
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*Serving surrounding counties since 1997*
Post & Steel Frame Building
Barn Restoration • Concrete Work
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Plymouth, IN 46563
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EXCAVATING
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Remodel
Snider
Construction LLC
Commercial and Residential
35 Years Experience
Call now! Appointments fill up fast!
574-835-0024
Guy Snider, Owner
Culver • sniderconstruction@yahoo.com
JL Home
Improvements
This & That, Remodel & Build,
Decks & Fences, Power Washing &
Hauling. ÒWhy pay more?Ó
(574)936-4818 or
(574)304-4743 *Insured*
580
Lawn/Garden
Eckert Lawn Service
**Serving the area since 1989**
Mowing • Stump Grinding
Property & Storm Clean-up
Merle Eckert - owner
574-936-2088 or 298-8850
Now Taking Credit Cards
580
Lawn/Garden
Lawn & Tree Maintenance
Spring Clean-Up
Senior Discounts
Stan Hite & David Sills
Call for your appointment today!
(574)930-6097 or (574)302-1958
EPDM Rubber • Any Size
Lowest Prices
FREE Delivery • Huge Inventory
TRM Enterprises • South Bend
(574) 246-1922 (574) 329-9294
583
Miscellaneous Services
JOHNS FAMILY
HANDYMAN
and Cleaning
Spring Clean Up Special!
Electric, Plumbing, Roofing & Siding
From Inside To Out, We Do It All...
LICENSE & BONDED
Call 574-223-3570 or 574-835-0879
ELKHART PINBALL INC.
Buy, Sell, Repair
(574)298-9800
583
Miscellaneous Services
Fish For Stocking:
Most Varieties Pond Lakes
LAGGIS’ FISH FARM
269-628-2056 Days
269-624-6215 Evenings
585
Paint/Wallpaper
BROTHER & SISTER PAINTING
"WITH A PERSONAL TOUCH"
14+ YEARS EXPERIENCE
10% OFF IF BOOKED BEFORE
5/26/14
CALL TODAY: 574-933-3063
590
Paving
Manns Paving & Seal Coating LLC
Residential and Commercial
Driveways • Farm Lanes • Lots
Parking • Asphalt Mill Repair
Free Estimates • Fully Insured
www.mannspaving.com
574-551-7235 • 574-269-1317
Serving all of Northern Indiana
605
Roof/Siding/Gutter
Johnny’s Roofing
“Serving Marshall County since 1972!”
Shingle & Flat Roofs
Roof Repairs
Spend a little now, save a lot later.
574-892-5007
Metal Re-Roofing
Residential
Commercial
Agricultural
Barn Restoration
Free Quotes - 20 yrs. exp.
1-800-747-6516
629
Small Appliance Repair
Markley
Appliance
Repair
Servicing most
brands
574-546-4583
Certified Technician
650
Tree Services
S & S Tree Service
Tree & Stump Removal
Tree Trimming
25 YEARS
EXPERIENCE
- Fully Insured -
FREE ESTIMATES
930-0581
or
930-0576
Accepting all major credit cards
Firewood for Sale
Now offering full
Lawn Maintenance
& Landscaping
Hooters
Tree Service
Tree trimming, topping, stump removal, fire wood,
top soil, demolition, excavating/trucking.
Fully Insured.
574-936-5818
553
Financial Services
BANKRUPTCY:
FREE CONSULTATION
$25.00 to Start. Payment Plans
Available. Ch. 13 No Money Down.
Filing fee not included. Call Collect
574-269-3634, Warsaw, IN. Sat. &
Even. Appt. Available. Debt Relief
Agency under Bankruptcy Code.
Business & Service Directory
Reach over 49,000 potential customers every day in the Community Classified Business & Service Directory for as little as $115 a month.
Call 574-936-3101 or 800-933-0356 to place your ad today!
1300
Pets & Supplies
7 WEEK old Netherland Dwarf
Bunny. $12. Knox area.
574-772-3899.
LOOKING FOR a good barn
home: 2 free 10 month old
male kittens. (574)773-5610
1400
Automobiles
2001 RED Chrysler PT Cruiser
in good condition. 160k miles.
$2,300 (574)276-1185
1415
Motorcycles
2006: HARLEY Dyna
Low-Rider, 4,000miles, 88
cu.in. 6-speed, like new.
$11,500 (574)948-1635
1145
Lost & Found
LOST CAT: Female all black
cat with bright gold eyes with
no markings, shot hair, medium
height and build, wearing no
collar. Last seen on 10/29 on
Riley Road close to Mulberry in
LakeVille. May answer to Bo
Bo. REWARD (574)784-2020
(574)300-3956
LOST DOG: 1 year old male
Siberian Husky wearing a collar
with tags with an address. Last
seen late afternoon on April 19
near Amish Acres and Mead-
ows Trailer Court in Nappanee.
(574)773-2035 leave message.
1150
Special Notices
ROSIE’S POSIE’S 18325 Iron-
wood Rd. Argos. NOW OPEN!!
Hanging Baskets & Bedding
Plants. (574)892-5413
1168
Childcare
RN MOTHER of 5 will watch
ki ds i n my home. Cal l
(574)780-1312
1330
Articles for Sale
2005 YAMAHA Vino 125.
Great condition, 4,100 miles,
$ 1 , 1 0 0 OBO. Ca l l
(574)936-6725
FOR SALE: 1988 9.5ft Jayco
Truck Camper, nice condition,
sel f-contai ned, everythi ng
works. Always been under roof.
$1,500.00 574-842-2435
STANLEY
HOME
PRODUCTS
936-8150
1390
Wanted to Buy
BUYING COIN
Collections, Silver & Gold
Items (574)209-1001
1395
Seasonal
20X40 WHITE Tent for rent.
Set-up & tear down included,
$200-$225. (574)220-9000
Classifed Ads pay
for themselves.
574-936-3101
To Advertise Call
936-3101 Today!
1155
Bargain Hunters
17 INCH maglite w/batteries.
$25 Call (574)540-7904
60 DEGREE titleist vokey
wedge. $50 Call (574)935-4440
600DP265/70R17 GOODYEAR
truck tires, about 1/2 tread. $50
Call (574)342-6839
1155
Bargain Hunters
CALLAWAY WARBIRD 3+
wood. $45 Call (574)935-4440
ENTERTAINMENT CENTER.
66 X 60. Nice condition. $40.
574-936-1118
FOOTJOY DRYJOYS, black,
si ze 11 wi de. $25 Cal l
(574)935-4440
1155
Bargain Hunters
FOUNDRY BRAND long
sl eeve shi r t . $5 Cal l
(574)540-7904
SCHWIN AIR-DYNE w/er-
gometers exercise bike. $40.
Call (574)546-2455
WOODEN CIGAR box. $2 Call
(574)935-4440
Bargain Hunters where every item,
every day is $50 or less!
by Samantha Weaver
• It was Danish physicist Niels Bohr who
made the following sage observation: “The
opposite of a correct statement is a false state-
ment. The opposite of a profound truth may
well be another profound truth.”
• It was in 1954 that the first TV dinner was
introduced.
• When Walter Chrysler started his own
automobile manufacturing company in 1925,
after having been employed by Buick and the
Overland Motor Company, he insisted that all
of the cars turned out by his company be over-
sized. It seems that Chrysler was a large man
and wanted to be sure he could fit comfortably
into any of the models produced in his name.
• You might have heard that the band on the
doomed ocean liner Titanic played music on
the deck while the ship sank. But you probably
don’t know what song they were playing at
the very end. According to witnesses, it was a
popular British waltz called “Autumn.”
• In 1983, a Polish director named Zbignew
Rybcyznski won the Academy Award for Best
Animated Short. After he had been presented
with his award, he stepped outside to smoke
a cigarette. When he tried to re-enter, a secu-
rity guard wouldn’t let him in because the
guard believed anyone wearing sneakers with
a tuxedo couldn’t be an attendee of the august
Academy Awards. Incensed, Rybcyznski
kicked the guard and landed himself in jail.
(c) 2014 King Features Synd., Inc.
Strange but true
Classifed Ads pay
for themselves.
574-936-3101
Starke • The Review May 6, 2014 – page 5
Full Page Ad5
GARDEN COURT
COMMUNITY SPOTLIGHT
Bedrooms & Floor Plans:
Argos Garden Court has 21, 1-bedroom
apartments and 2 handicap-accessible
apartments. There are presently 2 apartments
available now.
Call Jennifer at (574) 892-6794.
Culver Garden Court
has 13, 1-bedroom apartments and 3
handicap-accessible apartments. Immediate
occupancy. Just a few left.
Call Mary (574) 892-2012.
Bourbon Garden Court has 22, 1-bedroom
apartments and 2 handicap-accessible
apartments. There are presently 2
apartments available now.
Call Michelle (574) 342-0550.
Amenities:
Water, heat, gas, electric, trash removal and 24-hour
emergency maintenance service are all conveniently included
with rent. Laundry facilities, trash and mail services are all
conveniently located inside the building. The Service
Coordinator is available to help identify services and works
to facilitate and coordinate benefits your may qualify for. We
offer a spacious Community Room for our resident activities.
Every bedroom and bathroom has been equipped with pull
cords for medical emergencies.
Rental Requirements:
We ask that applicants complete a rental application
packet. Qualified households must have at least one
member 62 years of age or older (head of household, spouse
or co-head) and have very low income. The Department of
Housing and Urban Development has defined very low
income as being less than 50% of the median family income.
TO QUALIFY YOU MUST
MAKE UNDER:
1 PERSON - $21,250
AND 2 PERSONS - $24,250
Rental Rates:
Rent is based on a resident’s income and is generally 30%
of your adjusted gross monthly income. Please contact our
rental office for more details on rental rates and the process
for residency. We make every effort to verify every qualified
medical expense, which reduces what you pay for rent.
We ask that applicants complete a rental application packet.
629
Small Appliance Repair
Markley
Appliance
Repair
Servicing most
brands
574-546-4583
Certified Technician
650
Tree Services
S & S Tree Service
Tree & Stump Removal
Tree Trimming
25 YEARS
EXPERIENCE
- Fully Insured -
FREE ESTIMATES
930-0581
or
930-0576
Accepting all major credit cards
Firewood for Sale
Now offering full
Lawn Maintenance
& Landscaping
Hooters
Tree Service
Tree trimming, topping, stump removal, fire wood,
top soil, demolition, excavating/trucking.
Fully Insured.
574-936-5818
553
Financial Services
BANKRUPTCY:
FREE CONSULTATION
$25.00 to Start. Payment Plans
Available. Ch. 13 No Money Down.
Filing fee not included. Call Collect
574-269-3634, Warsaw, IN. Sat. &
Even. Appt. Available. Debt Relief
Agency under Bankruptcy Code.
Page 6 – Starke • The Review May 6, 2014
Community6 Community7
Consignment Public Auction
Oak Crest Auctions has been commissioned to auction the following described
personal property on:
SATURDAY, MAY 10 at 10:00 A.M.
at the Indiana National Guard Armory
1220 W. Madison St., Plymouth, IN
DIRECTIONS: From Michigan St., go west on Jefferson to 8th St. Go north on
8th one block to Madison. National Guard Armory is on corner of W. Madison &
8th St.
DOLLS: Over 200 total & many in original boxes incl. Barbie; Heritage, Brinn,
Effanbee, Madame Alexander porcelain dolls; Ideal, Uneeda, Horsman, & vari-
ous baby dolls; Mattel toys; Disney character dolls & toys; Precious Moments;
Vogue Ginny Dolls; Avon & Hallmark dolls; African-American dolls; merchandising
dolls; international dolls; many misc. dolls and toys too numerous to mention. For
complete list & photos visit www.oakcrestrealty.com or auctionzip.com #11480
ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES: Walk behind plow; workbench; Jenny Lind bed;
silver plated Lazy Susan, pitcher, tall coffee/tea urn, bowl; Princess House crystal
glassware; pink Depression glass plates, platters, cracker jar, bowls, cups & sau-
cers, creamer & pitcher; candle holders, bowls; green Depression vase; Franklin
Mint John Wayne collector plates; 1950’s sewing machine cabinet; 1940’s round 3
leg table; chairs; high chair; oil lamps; other misc. items too numerous to mention.
HOUSEHOLD ITEMS: Jet 3 Ultra Power Chair by Pride Mobility Products; clocks;
desk; chair; coffee pots; pots & pans; pitcher & basin; footstool; toys; other misc.
items too numerous to mention.
GARAGE ITEMS & TOOLS: Dixon zero turn mower; lawn roller; boxes of glass
bricks; deck stainer; Regina power scrubber; old generator; stepladder; animal
cage; child’s wagon; window weights.
TERMS: Cash or good check.ID required for registration. Not responsible for
accidents or merchandise after sold. Statements made at the auction take prece-
dence over printed material.
MANY MORE ITEMS TO COME...visit our website for updates and photos!
Owners: Various Consignors
www.oakcrestauctions.com or www.auctionzip.com #11480
Kaser’s Auction Service
Col. Carl Kaser #AU01016783 • Jason Kaser #AU08900156
North Liberty • 574-656-4532 www.kasersauction.com
www.auctionzip.com • www.kaserrealty.com 574-656-9088
– WALKERTON, INDIANA –
Tuesday, May 20, 5:00 pm (EDT)
LOCATION — 70049 SR 23 (Corner of SR 23 & Tyler Rd.)
4+ Acres • Corner Lot • Heavy Traffic Area
• Former Crock Pot Cafe & Walkerton Livestock Auction
• 1200 sq. ft. restaurant and over 15,000 sq. ft. misc. bldgs. (pole barns, etc.)
• John Glenn Schools
• Located on the north edge of town near TCU & CVS
• Many potential uses
Open House - Wednesday, May 7
5-7 pm or by appointment
Terms: $5,000 down day of sale (cash or certified funds, non-refundable).
Balance in 30 days. Taxes pro-rated at closing. Possession upon closing.
Property sold “as is.” Sold with reserve, however, seller is serious and will
accept any reasonable offer.
Thomas Bortner, Owner
COMMERCIAL
REAL ESTATE AUCTION
AUTO & TRUCK AUCTION
Directions: Approximately 3 miles southeast of Goshen, IN on US 33 to CR 138,
then east 1/2 mile at...
16145 CR 138, Goshen, IN 46528
Saturday, May 10, 2014 • 9:00 a.m.
Excavator • Parts Equipment
30 Good Drivable Cars
Approx. 150 Damaged & Parts Cars
Shop Equipment • Parts
Any announcements made day of sale take precedence over
printed matter.
Bulldog Towing & Auto Recycling, Owners
Hahn Auctioneers, Inc.
Visit us at: www.hahnrealtyandauction.com
Office (574) 773-4184 • Nappanee, IN • AC39800021
Phil Hahn - 574-535-3783 • IN Lic #AU0101296
Kaser’s Auction Service
Col. Carl Kaser #AU01016783 • Jason Kaser #AU08900156
North Liberty • 574-656-4532 www.kasersauction.com
www.auctionzip.com • www.kaserrealty.com 574-656-9088
– PLYMOUTH, INDIANA –
Wednesday, May 21, 5:00 pm (EDT)
LOCATION — 401 Plum St. (Corner of Plum St. & Adams)
1 block south of W. Jefferson
2 Story Duplex • Corner Lot • Basement
Vinyl Siding • City Gas, Water & Sewer
1st Floor: 2 bedrooms, dining room, living room, 1 full bath & enclosed porch,
has beautiful natural woodwork, turn of the century fireplace, pantry, eat-in
kitchen, leaded windows, pocket doors, hardwood floors & high ceilings
2nd Floor: 1-2 bedrooms, full bath, large eat-in kitchen, carpet,
open staircase to foyer
Reasonable Taxes - Plymouth Schools
Auctioneers Note: Good owner occupy or rental, sells to the highest bidder!
Terms: $3,000 down day of sale (cash or certified funds, non-refundable).
Balance due in 30 days or less. Taxes pro-rated at closing. Possession upon
closing. Property sold “as is” w/NO RESERVES!
Carl VanScoik, Owner
ABSOLUTE REAL ESTATE
AUCTION
Good Investment No Reserves!
AUCTION ACTION
1200
Apartments for Rent
BREMEN - LOVELY 1BR
apar t ment f or r ent ,
(574)633-4962
BREMEN, Lake of-the Woods.
1&2BR in quiet neighbor-
hood. $115 to $125/weekly.
(269)240-7734
BREMEN: 1BR Newly Up-
dat ed! El ect ri c heat .
$400/month plus 1 month de-
posit. 574-536-9495
LAPAZ: 1BR $375/month, 1
year lease. No smoking/pets,
el ect r i c separ at e. Cal l
(574)952-6384
PLYMOUTH: 1 BEDROOM
utilities included, $475 monthly,
pl us deposi t. No pets.
(574)780-4047
1205
Houses for Rent
KEWANNA: 2BR/1BA, stove,
window A.C., city-water, large
yard, 2-sheds. $560+security.
C.-574-850-7606
H.-574-542-9948
LAPAZ AREA: 3BR, 2BA, no
smoking/pets. Lease and secu-
r i t y deposi t r equi r ed.
(574)291-1282
PLYMOUTH: 2-3BR, recently
remodeled. All appliances,
large yard, 2-car garage.
$700/month pl us uti l i ti es.
(574)780-8380
1235
Buildings for Rent/
Lease
BUILDING AVAILABLE 3,100
sq.ft. lease/sale. 1300 W Jeffer-
son, Plymouth. For appoint-
ment:l (574)952-3155
1245
Wanted to Rent
LOOKING FOR rental or
home share in Knox area.
Call 574-315-4077.
1255
Homes for Sale
FIXER-UPPER ON 2-acres.
Beautiful rural setting, 3BR,
2,000sq.ft. $24,900 CASH
ONLY. 317-928-3230
Classifed Ads pay
for themselves.
574-936-3101
By Chris Richcreek
1. Who holds the record for most major-
league home runs hit before the age of 21?
2. Of the six major-league teams he man-
aged, with which one did Dick Williams win
the most games?
3. Who holds the record for longest TD
run (56 yards) by a NFL quarterback in the
playoffs?
4. Name the first frontcourt player to lead
the (then) Pac-10 Conference in assists for a
season.
5. In the 2013-14 season, the Anaheim
Ducks became the fifth NHL team since 1973-
74 to record at least one point in each of its first
20 home games. Name two of the other four.
Answers
1. Mel Ott, with 61.
2. He won 380 games in five years with the
Montreal Expos.
3. San Francisco’s Colin Kaepernick, in
2013.
4. Arizona’s Luke Walton averaged 6.26
assists per game in the 2001-02 season.
5. Boston (1973-74), the New York Islanders
(1978-79), Philadelphia (1979-80) and San
Jose (2008-09).
(c) 2014 King Features Synd., Inc.
Sports quiz
Starke • The Review May 6, 2014 – page 7
Athletic physicals
NORTH JUDSON — NJSP & IU Health present: Athletic
physical nighton Wednesday, May 7 from 5 to 8 p.m. at North
Judson-San Pierre High School gym.
Student-athletes of all ages can receive an athletic physical
for the 2014-15 school year for $10.
Students from area schools are invited to attend. The first 100
students will receive a free Powerade drink.
Athletic physicals meet IHSAA requirements.
No appointment needed.
City street sweeping
KNOX — Mayor Rick Chambers would like to remind city
residents of the street sweeping routes and their hours and
regulations.
It shall be unlawful for the owner, driver or operator of any
vehicle to park or stop a vehicle or to permit his vehicle to be
parked or stand at any time on Tuesday between the hours of 4
a.m. and 8 a.m. from May through September, on the following
streets:
Shield Street from Washington Street to Culver Road
Main Street from Washington Street to Culver Road
Pearl Street from Washington Street to Culver Road
Washington Street from Heaton to Shield Street
Lake Street from Heaton Street for Shield Street
Any violation of the street sweeping route shall be subject to
the same penalties of ordinance 914 Sec. 9-444-9-446.
City of Knox
yard sales dates
May 8 through May 11
These are the only free
dates residents may have a yard sale in the City of Knox, all
other dates require a permit from the City Clerk Treasurer’s
office. Homemade signs are only permitted on site of yard sale,
to purchase more signs residents may get them at City of Knox
Clerk-Treasurer office. Call 574-772-4553 for any questions.
To get your site on a free map call Danna at 574-772-5712.
5748, or cboehlke@pnc.edu. Persons with disabilities requir-
ing accommodations should contact Boehlke.
Community7
Behind Aldi’s (Next to Sherwin Williams)
574-936-1611
www.banfichinteriors.com
info@banfichinteriors.com
Store Hours: M-F 10-6 • Sat. 10-5 • Closed Sun
MATTRESS EXPRESS
TRUCKLOAD
SALE!
Twin
Full
Queen
King
$199 set
$299 set
$399 set
$599 set
Largest Walk Thru Showroom in
Northern Indiana
Open 7 days a week • 8 a.m.-6 p.m. CST
Check out our website for a complete list of plants &
prices www.apggreenhouse.com
Perennials Galore
Greenhouse
Now Open
for the
Season!
5652 SR 4
LaPorte, IN
219-369-9413
6 miles E of LaPorte & 10 miles
W of N. Liberty on SR 4
2nd location
Mark's Water
Treatment
North Liberty, IN
7 days a week • 10-6 EST
Accepting Credit Cards
3rd location
Rumors Hair
Salon
0115 W SR 10, North Judson
Open Daily
8 a.m.-6 p.m. CST
Accepting Credit Cards
We are well worth the drive!
Plan for Fall!
2014 Flea Market Dates
Sept. 27 &28
Oct. 11 & 12
Oct. 25 & 26
Call or stop by
for booth rental
Gift
Certificates
Available!
1000's of Hanging
Baskets
Over 500 varieties of
Perennials
Annual &
Vegetable Flats
Thrifty Thursday -
When you pay with
cash get 10% off your
entire purchase!
(Main Location ONLY)
Largest Selection of
quality packaged seeds
& much more!
Tropicals
Have Arrived
NOT JUST
FLOWERS!
We also have strawberry
plants, asparagus roots,
sweet potato starts
and more!
Sign up for our
Mother's Day
Giveaway!
3 lucky mom's will win a $50 or
one of 2 $25 gift certificates.
No purchase necessary
Home of the
$1 Perennials!
NIFF-TONE
DIST. INC.
YOUR METAL SIDING DISTRIBUTOR
* Metal Siding * Roofing
* Windows * Doors * Insulation
* Door Track And Rail
* Fiberglass * Recycled Plastic
Call NIFF-TONE
FOR ALL YOUR RESIDENTIAL & FARM BUILDING NEEDS.
Mentone – 574-353-7701
1-800-458-0840
Consignment Public Auction
Oak Crest Auctions has been commissioned to auction the following described
personal property on:
SATURDAY, MAY 10 at 10:00 A.M.
at the Indiana National Guard Armory
1220 W. Madison St., Plymouth, IN
DIRECTIONS: From Michigan St., go west on Jefferson to 8th St. Go north on
8th one block to Madison. National Guard Armory is on corner of W. Madison &
8th St.
DOLLS: Over 200 total & many in original boxes incl. Barbie; Heritage, Brinn,
Effanbee, Madame Alexander porcelain dolls; Ideal, Uneeda, Horsman, & vari-
ous baby dolls; Mattel toys; Disney character dolls & toys; Precious Moments;
Vogue Ginny Dolls; Avon & Hallmark dolls; African-American dolls; merchandising
dolls; international dolls; many misc. dolls and toys too numerous to mention. For
complete list & photos visit www.oakcrestrealty.com or auctionzip.com #11480
ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES: Walk behind plow; workbench; Jenny Lind bed;
silver plated Lazy Susan, pitcher, tall coffee/tea urn, bowl; Princess House crystal
glassware; pink Depression glass plates, platters, cracker jar, bowls, cups & sau-
cers, creamer & pitcher; candle holders, bowls; green Depression vase; Franklin
Mint John Wayne collector plates; 1950’s sewing machine cabinet; 1940’s round 3
leg table; chairs; high chair; oil lamps; other misc. items too numerous to mention.
HOUSEHOLD ITEMS: Jet 3 Ultra Power Chair by Pride Mobility Products; clocks;
desk; chair; coffee pots; pots & pans; pitcher & basin; footstool; toys; other misc.
items too numerous to mention.
GARAGE ITEMS & TOOLS: Dixon zero turn mower; lawn roller; boxes of glass
bricks; deck stainer; Regina power scrubber; old generator; stepladder; animal
cage; child’s wagon; window weights.
TERMS: Cash or good check.ID required for registration. Not responsible for
accidents or merchandise after sold. Statements made at the auction take prece-
dence over printed material.
MANY MORE ITEMS TO COME...visit our website for updates and photos!
Owners: Various Consignors
www.oakcrestauctions.com or www.auctionzip.com #11480
Kaser’s Auction Service
Col. Carl Kaser #AU01016783 • Jason Kaser #AU08900156
North Liberty • 574-656-4532 www.kasersauction.com
www.auctionzip.com • www.kaserrealty.com 574-656-9088
– WALKERTON, INDIANA –
Tuesday, May 20, 5:00 pm (EDT)
LOCATION — 70049 SR 23 (Corner of SR 23 & Tyler Rd.)
4+ Acres • Corner Lot • Heavy Traffic Area
• Former Crock Pot Cafe & Walkerton Livestock Auction
• 1200 sq. ft. restaurant and over 15,000 sq. ft. misc. bldgs. (pole barns, etc.)
• John Glenn Schools
• Located on the north edge of town near TCU & CVS
• Many potential uses
Open House - Wednesday, May 7
5-7 pm or by appointment
Terms: $5,000 down day of sale (cash or certified funds, non-refundable).
Balance in 30 days. Taxes pro-rated at closing. Possession upon closing.
Property sold “as is.” Sold with reserve, however, seller is serious and will
accept any reasonable offer.
Thomas Bortner, Owner
COMMERCIAL
REAL ESTATE AUCTION
AUTO & TRUCK AUCTION
Directions: Approximately 3 miles southeast of Goshen, IN on US 33 to CR 138,
then east 1/2 mile at...
16145 CR 138, Goshen, IN 46528
Saturday, May 10, 2014 • 9:00 a.m.
Excavator • Parts Equipment
30 Good Drivable Cars
Approx. 150 Damaged & Parts Cars
Shop Equipment • Parts
Any announcements made day of sale take precedence over
printed matter.
Bulldog Towing & Auto Recycling, Owners
Hahn Auctioneers, Inc.
Visit us at: www.hahnrealtyandauction.com
Office (574) 773-4184 • Nappanee, IN • AC39800021
Phil Hahn - 574-535-3783 • IN Lic #AU0101296
Kaser’s Auction Service
Col. Carl Kaser #AU01016783 • Jason Kaser #AU08900156
North Liberty • 574-656-4532 www.kasersauction.com
www.auctionzip.com • www.kaserrealty.com 574-656-9088
– PLYMOUTH, INDIANA –
Wednesday, May 21, 5:00 pm (EDT)
LOCATION — 401 Plum St. (Corner of Plum St. & Adams)
1 block south of W. Jefferson
2 Story Duplex • Corner Lot • Basement
Vinyl Siding • City Gas, Water & Sewer
1st Floor: 2 bedrooms, dining room, living room, 1 full bath & enclosed porch,
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2nd Floor: 1-2 bedrooms, full bath, large eat-in kitchen, carpet,
open staircase to foyer
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Auctioneers Note: Good owner occupy or rental, sells to the highest bidder!
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KNOX SCHOOLS
LUNCH MENU
May 12-16
Nichols & Wallsmith
54 East Washington St., Knox, IN
Telephone:574-772-2900
High School Breakfast & Lunch Menu
MONDAY: CHEERIOS BAR, STR/BAN YOGURT
TUESDAY: PIZZA BAGEL
WEDNESDAY: CINNAMON TOAST
THURSDAY: POP TARTS
FRIDAY: SAUSAGE GRAVY HOT BISCUIT
MONDAY: PASTA & MEAT SAUCE, GARDEN
SALAD, GRAPE TOMATOES, CUCUM-
BERS & RED PEPPERS, CALIFORNIA
BLEND, SPICES APPLES, DINNER
ROLL
TUESDAY: MC RIB, FRENCH FRIES, CELERY &
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BLEND, APPLESAUCE
WEDNESDAY: SOFT SHELL TACO, LETTUCE &
TOMATO, REFRIED BEANS, SPANISH
RICE, STEAMED BROCCOLI, PEACHES
THURSDAY: CHICKEN MANHATTEN, MASHED
POTATOES, CHICKEN GRAVY, CORN,
MALIBU BLEND, DINNER ROLL, PINE-
APPLE
FRIDAY: PIZZA, GARDEN SALAD, GREEN
BEANS, PARISAN CARROTS, PEARS
Middle School Breakfast & Lunch Menu
MONDAY: CEREAL/GRAHAMS
TUESDAY: COOK'S CHOICE
WEDNESDAY: BISCUITS/GRAVY
THURSDAY: COOK'S CHOICE
FRIDAY: BREAKFAST SANDWICH
MONDAY: CHICKEN TENDERS, DINNER ROLL,
MASHED POTATOES, CHICKEN
GRAVY, CORN, PINEAPPLE
TUESDAY: CHEESEBURGER/BUN, RUFFLES,
BAKED BEANS, CELERY STICKS/PB,
PEARS, MINI RICE KRISPY
WEDNESDAY: WALKING TACO, REFRIED BEANS,
BROCCOLI, PEACHES, CHURRO
THURSDAY: ROTINI/MEAT SAUCE, TEXAS GARLIC
TOAST, SIDE SALAD, PEAS, APPLE-
SAUCE
FRIDAY: SAUSAGE PIZZA, DORITOS, GREEN
BEANS, CARROT STICKS/DIP, SOUR
APPLE SLUSHIE
MONDAY: JUICE, POWER ALLEY BAR, CRACKERS
TUESDAY: JUICE, FRENCH TOAST
WEDNESDAY: JUICE, FRUIT PIE
THURSDAY: JUICE, PANCAKE ON A STICK
FRIDAY: JUICE, BISCUIT & GRAVY
MONDAY: CORN DOG, POTATOES, GREEN
BEANS, MIXED FRUIT
TUESDAY: QUESADILLA, NACHO CHIPS, BLACK
BEANS & SALSA, BROCCOLI, APPLE-
SAUCE
WEDNESDAY: TEXAS STRAW HATS, TOMATOES/DIP,
PEARS, SHERBET
THURSDAY: CHICKEN STRIPS, WHIPPED POTA-
TOES, GRAVY/BREAD, CORN, PEACH-
ES
FRIDAY: PIZZA, POTATOES, CARROTS/DIP,
FRESH FRUIT
Elementary Breakfast & Lunch Menu
North Judson-
San Pierre
School Menus
May 12-16
BREAKFAST
Monday Strawberry
Poptart, String
Cheese, Juice
Tuesday Mini Pancakes,
Juice
Wednesday Cereal, Muffin,
Juice
Thursday 2 Baseball Donuts,
String Cheese,
Juice
Friday Breakfast Pizza,
Juice
LUNCH
Monday Chicken Tenders,
Mashed Potatoes,
Corn, Applesauce,
Graham Crackers
Tuesday Hamburger/Bun,
Potato Wedges,
Green Beans,
Pears
Choice: Ham Patty
Wednesday Ravioli, Garlic
Toast, Salad-Ms/
HS, Wango Mango
Juice, Peach Crisp
Thursday Corn Dog, Pork
& Beans, Cooked
Carrots, Fresh
Fruit
Choice: Chili
Cheese Wrap
Friday Stuffed Crust
Pizza, Salad, Car-
rot Sticks, Juice
RAY’S
SUPER FOODS
324 Lane
North Judson
896-2331
Locally Owned
and Operated
Oregon-Davis
School
Corporation Menus
May 12-16
O-D Elementary School
LUNCH
Monday Chicken Rings, Misc
Taters, Salad, Sunchips,
Pears
Tuesday G. Flatbread, Corn,
Carrots/Dip, Marinara,
Pineapple
Wednesday Hot Dog, Coney/
Cheese, Slaw or Salad,
Mand. OJ
Thursday Chicken Fajita, Baked
Beans, Celery/PB, Dori-
to Mix, Peaches
Friday Fish Sticks, Potato Sal-
ad, Cukes/Dip, Graham
Mix, Applesauce
LUNCH
Monday BBQ Chicken Sand,
Chicken Nuggets, White
Chili, Pot. Wedges, Sal-
ad Bar, Pears
Tuesday Beefy Taco, Grilled
Chicken, Corn, Salad
Bar, Brocc/Dip, Blueber-
ries
Wednesday Pizza Day, Beef Rib
Sand, Green Beans,
Salad Bar, Peaches
Thursday Chicken Alfredo, Max
Stix, Slaw, Salad Bar,
Garlic Bread, Mix Fruit
Friday Philly Beef & Cheese
Sand, Calzone, Onions/
Peppers, Tri Taters,
Salad Bar, Mand. OJ
O-D Jr./Sr. High School
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Community10 Community11
18561 State Rd. 10, Culver • 574-635-0103
SUMMER CHILDCARE
OPENINGS
Need Help Paying for Childcare?
Ask Me About Vouchers!
When “I” is replaced by “WE”
ILLNESS becomes WELLNESS
Be our partners in good health!
Pulaski Memorial Hospital
4th Annual Health Fair
Saturday, May 17 • 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Breakfast served from 8 a.m.- 9:30 a.m.
• Many presentation stations offering information about health and wellness
• Tours of the PMH Medical Office Building
• Blood drive sponsored by the South Bend Medical Foundation
Free screenings for: • Blood oxygen level • Blood Pressure • Glaucoma • And others
Raffle prizes:
• Gift baskets
• Gift cards
Grand prizes:
• Schwinn Sporterra
Mountain Bike
• Fitbit Armband activity, food,
weight and sleep monitor
Activities for kids:
• Bouncy house
• Face painting
• And more
For Mom and Dad:
• Massage therapist
weight and sleep monitor
Dumpster, electronics
& shredding days
KNOX — Two large dumpsters will be behind Knox City
Hall on May 9, 10 and 11 in which the Knox city residents
may discard any large bulky items that can not be picked up on
normal garbage pick up days. There will be one container for
metals only and one for household items. In addition, we will
have a paper shredding event on May 10 in the city parking lot
from 10 a.m. - 1 p.m. Bring your paper waste to be shred on
high volume equipment.
Paints, tires and hazardous household items are not to be
placed in these dumpsters. Those items can be disposed of dur-
ing Starke County’s Environmental Days on June 13 −14. Call
their office for more information at 574-772-7865.
BRIEFS
,
FROM PAGE 7
ing a hunt in Wisconsin, and has been
friends with the family since then.
“Eric was on hunts across the U.S.,
Africa, New Zealand. He tailored stuff
he did here, took bits and pieces of the
hunts he went on and took the best parts
and put it together here in Knox,” Strebe
said of the event.
But the movement for the hunt started
out very small. Back in the fall of 2009,
Eric Corey went to his family with a
unique proposition.
“He said ‘Mom, I want to have some
kids into our home and take them on a
deer hunt’,” recalled Carol Corey, Eric’s
mother. “I said ‘Honey, deer hunting is
just around the corner, what if we did a
turkey hunt?’” With that, Turkey Tracks
was born.
The family got to work, planning an
event in the spring. The Corey’s opened
their home by working with a foundation
called Hunt of a Lifetime that helped
sponsor 10 children to participate in the
event. Utilizing the help of the local fire
department, the Corey’s, area farmers,
and friends from the county donated land
for the kids to use during their hunt.
Since its inception, the hunt has grown
from just a few to many, adding about 10
hunters per year. Getting the event going
is not cheap. Holding fundraisers and
getting sponsors has helped to make the
event a success year after year.
With a list that includes Bass Pro
Shops, NIPSCO, Cabelas, and local com-
pany BraunAbility, who donated four
handicap accessible vans that carried
hunters back and forth from their hunting
blinds to the check in station, the Turkey
Tracks Hunt has received overwhelming
support from the community.
“”Eric wanted to give back because
he had so much enjoyment of the hunts
he was on. He wanted [the hunters] to
have the joy he had,” Doug Corey shared
about his son’s passion for hunting.
With over 40 land owners donating
their land, the Eric Corey Foundation
was able to provide enough spots for their
hunters to use. Each hunter is assigned a
guide, who gives up their first weekend
of prime turkey hunting season to help
disabled hunters in wheelchairs, missing
limbs, or with terminal illnesses try to
bag a prize bird.
“One guy said ‘I don’t care about going
out there to hunt anymore’,” recalled
Doug. “‘I’d rather take one of the hunt-
ers out and it means much more to me.’”
For Doug, his family, and the volunteers,
doing the event is a win-win situation.
“Everyone feels good and it really
pumps you up and gets you so emotion-
ally high.”
Of the many sponsors that donated,
Cabelas gave $5,000 to help in the event.
“I think it’s a phenomenal program and
it’s something that needs to go nation-
wide,” said Brian Crawford, General
Manager of Cabelas in Hammond.
Among the night’s entertainment was
guest speaker Chad Waligura, a long-
time professional disabled hunter from El
Campo, Texas.
“Events like this would not work with-
out volunteers, every one of them. It just
wouldn’t work. Most of them are just
people like Carol and Doug and Eric that
just wanted to start something that grew,”
said Waligura.
For those seeking more information
about becoming involved in Turkey
Tracks, please visit www.turkeytracks.
org.
HUNTING
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FROM PAGE 3
Starke • The Review May 6, 2014 – page 11
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Rosa’s
Resale
204 Lane St., North Judson
Hrs: Mon-Fri 11 to 5
Sat 10 to 2
574-896-4020
Stoves
Couches
Furnaces
Games
Chairs
Tables
Knick Knacks
Large & Small Appliances
Records • Tapes • Movies • Books
Some Furniture • Crafts • Toys
Floral Arrangements
Porcelain Dolls
Several Army Uniforms
Household Items
Some Clothing Infants-Adults
Will pick up used appliances in working order free
of charge and leave a $25 Rosa’s Gift Certificate
Washers & Dryers
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18561 State Rd. 10, Culver • 574-635-0103
SUMMER CHILDCARE
OPENINGS
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Woodland Variety Store
Harvey & Gloria Chupp
4133 E County Line Rd
Bremen, IN
574-773-0303 ext. 1
HOURS
Mon - Sat 8 a.m. - 6 p.m.
Wed. 8 a.m. - 8 p.m.
Prices Good May 5-10
Most items are while supplies last!
BREADED FISH
STICKS
$
5.49 3 lb. bag
BUTTER QUARTERS
$
1.99 lb.
Limit 36 lbs. Additional $2.99 lb.
WC CREAM CHEESE
$
5.07 3 lb. loaves
Same as 85¢ per 8 oz.
LACEY BABY SWISS
$
3.19 lb.
Limit 12 lbs. Additional $3.49 lb.
CO-JACK LONGHORN
$
2.59 lb.
Limit 15 lbs. Additional $2.89 lb.
HICKORY FARMS
CHEDDAR
69
¢
4 oz.
HICKORY FARMS
SMOKED GOUDA
89
¢
6 oz.
CHEESE AND MEAT
GIFT SETS
$
5.49 per set
Accepting
Debit, Credit
& EBT Cards
From the DELI
Easy Carve Ham
From the BAKERY
Chocolate Chip
Cookies
MASHMALLOW CREME
$
5.69 48 oz. tub
Limit 6 Additional $5.99
SHULTZ SALTY STIX
$
3.49 3 lb. bag
Limit 4 Additional $3.99
$
1.89 lb.
$
2.89dozen
HONEY BBQ CHICKEN
FRITTERS
$
1.69 lb
CHICKEN NUGGETS
$
1.49 lb.
HICKORY FARMS
SUMMER SAUSAGE
79
¢
5 oz.
WC SOUR CREAM
$
1.39 1.6 oz.
Limit 10 lbs. Additional $1.59 lb.
MED. EGGS
99
¢
doz.
Limit 15 doz. Additional $1.19 doz.
DICED AND GRILLED
CHICKEN BREAST
$
1.99 6.5 oz.
Limit 18 lbs. Additional $2.19 lb.
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The Oregon Davis S.A.D.D. (Students Against Destructive Desisions) raised awareness last-
week about the dangers of texting and driving. The SADD members are made up of students
from Junior/Senior high school. These students do activites throughout the year to raise aware-
ness and deter students from making poor choices..
The school resource officers also held an activity for students in which the students operated
a golf cart while texting to show the impairment that texting brings. Students had to maneuver
through cones while texting to complete the corse.
SADD members gave a presentation Friday afternoon to conclude Don’t Text and Drive
awareness week. This car was desplayed all week at the entrance of the school to remind stu-
dents as they enter and exit school on what texting and driving could result.
Illustrating a safety message
STARKE — Starke County: All meetings
held at the Starke County Annex meeting
room
Starke County Attorney Martin Lucas,
Starke County Auditor Kay Chaffins,
Commission – First Monday of the month
commission meets at 9 a.m. ; and at 7 p.m.
on the third Monday,
Members: President Jennifer Davis, Kathy
Norem and Kent Danford
Starke County Council – meets at 5:30
p.m. on the third Monday of the month.
Members: President David Pearman,
Freddie Baker, Marvin McLaughlin, Anthony
Radkiewicz, Mitchell Semans, Robert Sims
and Bryan Cavendar.
City of Knox: Knox City Council – meets
at 7 p.m. on the second and fourth Tuesday
of the month at Knox City Hall.
Knox Mayor Rick Chambers, Knox Clerk-
Treasurer Jeff Houston, Knox City Attorney
David Matsey
Council members: President Donald
Kring, Linda Berndt, Jeff Berg, Ronald
Parker and Greg Matt.
North Judson: Town Council meets at 6:30
p.m., on the first and third Monday of the
month at the community center.
Members: President Wendy Hoppe, Josh
Brown, Tim Cummins, Justin Davis, Jane
Ellen Felchuk, Clerk-Treasurer Donna Henry
Hamlet: Town Board meets at 7:30 p.m.,
on the second and fourth Wednesday of the
month at the Hamlet Town Hall.
Members: President Dave Kesvormas,
Brian Earnest, Frank Lonigro Jr., Hamlet
Clerk-Treaurer Kristina Pitts
School Boards: Knox Community Schools
meets at 6:30 p.m., on the first and third
Monday in the administrative offices board
room, Palmer Wing of Knox Elementary
School.
Knox School Corporation Superintendent,
A.J. Gappa, board members: President Kirk
Bennett, Jerry Fletcher, Mary Lynn Ritchie,
Wendy McIntire, Gary Dulin, Kurt Kemble
and Mike Yankauskas.
North Judson-San Pierre (NJSP) School
board meets at 7 p.m. third Tuesday of the
month in the central office board meeting
room.
North Judson - San Pierre School
Corporation Superintendent, Lynn Johnson.
Members: President Patricia Goin, Michael
Shireman, Jim Menis, Larry Lambert and
Marsha Reimbold.
Oregon-Davis School (OD) board meets at
6:30 p.m. on the third Monday of the month.
OD School Superintendent Greg Briles.
Members: President Chris Lawrence, Andrea
McIntosh, Kurt Hayes, Shirley Budka and
Lee Nagai.
Meetings around the county
Page 12 – Starke • The Review May 6, 2014
BY ANGELA SHELF MEDEARIS
THE KITCHEN DIVA
Mother’s Day is a wonderful time to cel-
ebrate mothers and mothers-to-be. It’s also a
good time for women who want to become
pregnant to focus on a plan for a healthy
future. To have a healthy baby, you should
practice good nutrition before, during and
after pregnancy. The Dietary Guidelines for
Americans include recommendations that can
help women consume adequate nutrients, limit
possible toxins and be physically active.
Women of childbearing age who may
become pregnant:
• For adequate iron intake, eat food high
in heme-iron (such as meats) and iron-rich
plant foods (dark green, leafy vegetables such
as spinach) or iron-fortified foods. To help
increase the absorption of iron from plants and
iron-fortified foods, pair them with ones high
in vitamin C.
• To decrease the risk of birth defects, con-
sume 400 mcg (micrograms) of folic acid daily
from fortified foods or supplements, in addi-
tion to eating foods that contain folate. Folate
is a naturally occurring form of vitamin B-9,
found in food, while folic acid is synthetically
produced. As with most vitamins, the natural
form is preferred, and better for absorption.
It is required for numerous body functions,
including DNA synthesis and repair, cell divi-
sion and cell growth. A deficiency of vitamin
B-9 can lead to anemia in adults, and slower
development in children.
• Limit fish consumption to two servings per
week to avoid high levels of mercury. Include
fish or shellfish that is low in mercury, such
as shrimp, light canned tuna, salmon, pollock
and catfish.
• Avoid consuming alcoholic beverages.
Pregnant women:
• To decrease the risk of birth defects, con-
sume 600 mcg per day of vitamin B9 from
fortified foods or supplements, in addition to
consuming foods that naturally contain folate.
Vitamin B-9 is especially important for proper
fetal development.
• If no medical or obstetric complications
are present, do at least 30 minutes of moder-
ate-intensity physical activity on most, if not
all, days of the week.
• Avoid physical activity that has a high risk
of falling or abdominal trauma.
• Limit fish consumption to two servings per
week to avoid high levels of mercury. Include
fish or shellfish that is low in mercury.
• Avoid consuming alcoholic beverages.
• Avoid eating or drinking unpasteurized
milk or any products made from unpasteurized
milk; raw or partially cooked eggs, or foods
that contain raw eggs; raw or undercooked
meat and poultry; raw or undercooked fish or
shellfish; unpasteurized juices; raw sprouts.
• Eat certain deli meats and hot dogs/
frankfurters only if they have been reheated to
steaming hot.
Breastfeeding women:
• If you need to lose weight, moderate
weight reduction is safe and does not compro-
mise weight gain for your nursing infant.
• Regular exercise does not negatively affect
the mother’s ability to breastfeed successfully.
• Limit fish consumption to two servings per
week to avoid high levels of mercury. Seafood
such as shrimp, light canned tuna, salmon, pol-
lock and catfish are low in mercury.
• Avoid alcohol.
Have a happy and healthy Mother’s Day!
(Additional information adapted from
Dietary Guidelines for Americans, U.S.
Department of Health and Human Services
and U.S. Department of Agriculture.)
BABY BUMP SALAD
This delicious salad features mixed greens
with avocados and chickpeas, and orange juice
dressing — foods that are high in vitamin B9,
a water-soluble B vitamin with many rich,
natural sources and especially important for
women of childbearing age and pregnant
women.
4 cups of mixed greens (spinach, romaine
and arugula)
2 large avocados, peeled and sliced
1 (15-ounce) can chickpeas, drained and
rinsed
1 teaspoon salt
1 teaspoon fresh ground black pepper
1/8 teaspoon cayenne pepper
1 cup whole-wheat croutons
Toss ingredients together in a large bowl.
Drizzle with Orange Juice dressing. Makes
4 servings.
For the Orange Juice Dressing:
1/4 cup orange juice
2 tablespoons canola oil
2 tablespoons white or dark balsamic vin-
egar
1 tablespoon Dijon-style prepared mustard
2 teaspoons honey
1/2 teaspoon salt
1/8 teaspoon cracked black pepper
1. In a small jar with a tight-fitting cover,
combine the orange juice, oil, vinegar, mus-
tard, honey, salt and pepper. Cover and shake
well until combined. Makes 4 servings.
2. To store, refrigerate for up to 1 week.
Shake well before serving.
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“Where Everything is a Bargain!”
Open 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Monday - Saturday • Closed Sundays
0200 West Toto Road
North Judson, Indiana 574-806-0403
New Shipment
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Decorative Columns & Pillars
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We are located 1/4 of a mile from the heart of Toto on the north hand side of the road.
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New Shipment
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FYPOW Decorative Lowered Vents (All Sizes)
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We can custom build & deliver
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Starke County Home Extension officers for 2014 were Installed at their Spring
meeting at the Knox High School Wednesday April 23. They are from the left
Public Relations Arlene Noble, Treasurer Betty Pflugshaupt, Secretary Joann
Emigh, Vice President Zola Ferch and President Pam Hawk.
Home extension officers
AARP driver safety course
offered May 20 in Knox
STARKE Co. —
Community Services of
Starke County will be spon-
soring a new and improved
AARP Driver Safety course
called: “AARP Smart Driver
Course”. The new course
will be offered May 20 from 9
a.m. to 1:30 p.m. with a half-
hour lunch break.
The smart driver course will
be conducted at Community
Services of Starke County,
311 E. Culver Road, Knox.
AARP’s Smart Driver
Course has proven to be
“effective at reducing driv-
ing errors.” The participants
were confident that the course
would increase self-policing
behaviors and overall safety.
AARP volunteer, David
Daley will conduct the train-
ing sessions.
The cost will be $15 for
AARP members (must bring
your membership card) or
$20 for non-members; the
cost includes the training and
book.
Persons over the age of 60
wishing to stay in for lunch
will be requested to donate $2
towards the cost of the meal.
Call Patricia Minix, elderly
services program coordinator
at 574-772-7682 by May 15
to register for the training and
lunch.
STARKE Co. — Indiana University Health
Starke Hospital is hosting a Mammography
Party as a comfortable and healthy approach to
the early detection of breast cancer. Participants
may invite five friends or family members to
the event, and attendees can have their mam-
mograms completed at that time. Party goers
will receive a free dexa (osteoporosis) screen-
ing, breast health information, a gift bag and
refreshments.
The Mammography Party will take place
at 8 a.m. and again at 10:30 a.m., May 17
at IU Health Starke Hospital, 102 E. Culver
Road, Knox. Pre-registration is essential for
both the mammogram and the party. All insur-
ance types are accepted. If you do not have
adequate insurance coverage, please call to
see if you qualify for a mammogram voucher.
Participants also may take advantage of the
screening Mammography Special and receive
their mammogram for $95. For this special,
patients must be asymptomatic and have no
prior history of breast cancer, and a physician
order is not required. Patients are responsible
for payment in full at time of service if using
the mammography special. Acceptable pay-
ment is cash, check, credit or debit.
While the party takes places May 17, the
screening mammogram special goes from May
1-31 and the exam must take place during that
time.
For more information or to schedule your
party or screening mammogram, call Josephine
Klicek, RT, R, CT at 574-772-1139.
Breast cancer is the second most common
cancer diagnosed in women. Early detection
and treatment is the best chance for a cure.
The American Cancer Society recommends
that every woman get an annual mammogram
after age 40.
IU Health hosts mammography
party, mammogram special
WESTVILLE — The Purdue University
North Central Office of Graduate and Extended
Learning will offer a non-credit Social Media
Marketing Workshop Series each Thursday
from May 22 through June 26 from 3 to 5 p.m.
The series will cover the use of social media
platforms and strategies to meet professional
business needs.
Topics include the use of Facebook,
LinkedIn, Google+, Twitter, creating an edito-
rial calendar, social media trends and strategies
and more. The program, which will be led by
Darlene McCarty Cohn, owner of D. Cohn
Communications and former limited term lec-
turer at Purdue North Central.
The registration fee is $165, which includes
all books and materials.
The registration deadline is Friday, May 16,
at 4 p.m.
Contact Cassandra Boehlke, coordinator of
Graduate and Extended Learning, at (219)
785-5748.
PNC to host Social Media
Marketing workshop series
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Dick’s Greenhouse
Dick Knope
BIGGER AND BETTER!
We have great gifts for mom!
Hanging Baskets (10”) - $14.00
Ferns (10”) - $15.00
English Gardens - $24.00
Large selection of potted plant “chairs”
Flower or Vegetable Flats ONLY $12.50
Bulk Seeds, Potting Soil and Much More!
Open Tuesday-Sunday 9-5 p.m. CST
5535 S. 600 W., North Judson
574-896-3509 • 574-249-0203 cell
HIGH END MOULDING
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And of course we stock factory seconds
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AND MUCH MUCH MORE!
Mother’s Day GIFT GUIDE
Thank the special women in your life with a thoughtful
token of your appreciation this Mother’s Day.
The
SPRING MARKET
Saturday, May 10
8-3 (EST)
Flea Market,
Yard Sale, Crafts
& More
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& Company
13775 SR 17, Culver
For more information or to rent a space call 574-842-2145
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FULL AND PART-TIME RN'S AND CERTIFIED NURSING ASSISTANTS
Are you the right person to serve America's Greatest Generation at a Five Star long term care facility? If so, Catherine Kasper Life
Center, Inc. is looking for you. Located in the picturesque countryside near Donaldson, IN, we offer a well-staffed holistic workplace
where taking care of those in need is not only our job, it's our mission. Our mission is to be inspired by the presence of God and God's
care for all. We offer competitive pay, but ask specifically about our Health Insurance benefit package that is beyond compare. All
shifts available: days, evenings and nights.Applications can be requested by mail, phone, fax or email:
The Center at Donaldson,
Attn: Human Resources,
P.O. Box 1, Donaldson, Indiana 46513
Phone: 574-936-9936 Fax: 574-935-1735
E-mail: hr@poorhandmaids.org EOE
NOW HIRING OTR DRIVERS!
Immediate opening! CDL-A Required.
We provide a competitive per-mile rate, sleeper tractors,
and a combination of local and OTR hauls.
BE HOME EVERY WEEKEND!
Outstanding benefits including profit sharing;
paid holidays plus a vacation plan; medical,
dental, vision and life insurance, and
company matched 401K.
Excellent driver history required. Over 5 years driving
experience preferred. Please mail a resume or apply
in person Mon - Fri, 8a - 4p.
INTERNATIONAL WIRE
833 Legner St. Bremen, IN 46506
(Located off of Second Street next to Bremen Cemetery)
In business 70+ years. ISO Certified. EOE.
SAFETY & SUPPORT SERVICES
A part-time AND full-time position responsible for ensuring general safety through surveillance of
properties (on-going walking and driving rounds), responding to emergency situations, removing
snow & ice, and completing logs as assigned. Position supports other service areas, including
switchboard coverage. Training in first aid/AED and CPR are a plus for part-time position. EMT
certification is preferred for full-time position, but will train the right person. High school degree or
equivalent and valid Indiana Driver's License is required as well as excellent written and oral
communication skills and the ability to work efficiently with minimal supervision and as a team
player. Hours are generally 10:00a to 8:30p for full-time and 8:00p to 6:30a for part-time, with a
rotating schedule, including required weekend and holiday coverage. Applications may be
requested by mail, phone, fax, or e-mail. The deadline for submitting applications is April 5, 2014.
The Center at Donaldson
Attn: Human Resources
P.O. Box 1
Donaldson, Indiana 46513
Phone: 574-936-9936 Fax: 574-935-1735
E-mail: HR@poorhandmaids.org EOE
Titus Inc. an established manufacturer in Marshall Co. has an opening for a welder/fabricator.
Applicant must have a minimum of 6 months previous welding experience in an industrial
environment and pass a welding test. This is a fulltime position. Benefits include paid holidays,
vacation, IRA, to qualified employees.
Telephone inquiries are acceptable.Applications must be filled out in person Monday through Friday
between the hours of 8:00am and 4:00pm. Titus Inc. is located at 9887 6B Rd. Plymouth, IN.
For more information call 1-800-647-6891 Titus Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Growing company looking to add SERVICE TECHNICIAN
for farm machinery at our Ag Technologies, Inc location.
Experience with Ag technology systems and other
equipment is preferred.
Apply within: New Holland Rochester,
1260 E 100 S. Rochester, IN 46975. or email Eric:
e.straeter@newhollandrochester.com
Growing company looking to add ACCOUNTANT
in Rochester, IN. Accounting degree and some
experience required, CPA preferred but not required.
Competitive pay and good benefits.
Apply within: New Holland Rochester, 1260 E 100 S. Rochester, IN 46975
or email Eric: e.straeter@newhollandrochester.com
WINTERSONG VILLAGE
NURSING AND REHAB CENTER
Is accepting applications for Full Time,
Part Time and PRN CNA'S for all shifts.
Apply at:
1005 S Edgewood Drive Knox, IN 46534
or on our website Wintersong-Village.com
WINTERSONG VILLAGE NURSING
AND REHAB CENTER
Is accepting applications for Part Time LPN's and RN's.
Apply at 1005 S Edgewood Drive Knox, IN 46534
or on our website Wintersong-Village.com
DRIVERS:
Class A, avg. 2100 mi./wk, all miles paid $41K</yr. Home every
night, same run daily 4 or 5 days a week. Drop/hook, trl swap, live
unload (NO TOUCH). Great Benefits; Med, Dent, Vision,401k,
PD life, disabil, vac. Holi. 25 or older w/ 2 yrs experience, Reefer
exp. A plusImmediate openings;
800-321-3460 ext. 227
1170
Help Wanted
ABLE TO lift 80 pounds, some
sales experience preferred, but
not required. Willing to train the
right person. Position requires
various responsibilities. Apply
at: 803 W. Water St., Bremen.
LAWN CARE and landscape
maintenance position open.
Commercial mowing experi-
ence required. Snow-plowing
experience preferred. Must
have valid drivers license.
(574)276-2984
1170
Help Wanted
CONTRACTOR COUNTER
Sales – responsible for sales of
building materials to contrac-
tors and retail customers. Retail
experience and construction
background preferred. Com-
puter skills and some Satur-
days required. Send resume to
Human Resources, Borkholder
Buildings & Supply, PO Box 32,
Nappanee, IN 46550 or
hr@borkholder.com.
1170
Help Wanted
FULL-CHARGE
BOOK-KEEPER w/experience
in Quick Books and payroll
needed. Apply at: Plymouth
Jellystone Park, 7719 Redwood
Road.
FULL-TIME experienced wait-
ress/bartender needed. Com-
petitive wages. Apply in person
at Wyatt Beef & Brew or call
Bill, (574)586-3591
HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERA-
TOR wanted, minimum 2 years
experience in commercial exca-
vation field. Send resume or
apply in person at G&G Hauling
& Exc., 115 N. Columbia St.,
Warsaw, IN 46580 or email re-
sume to hr@gandghauling.com
1170
Help Wanted
HELP WANTED: Dean Foods
is looking for a Part Time Deliv-
ery Driver, must have CDL
Class A license, $17.00/hour,
home every night, please apply
at Deanfoods.com
HIRING IN all areas of produc-
tion. Must be able to pass a
drug test and E-verify. Apply
within at Kralis Brothers Foods,
2601 S. Tinkey Road. Mentone.
IN SEARCH of experienced in-
jection molding processing
technician. Send resumes to:
autumn@cjpoly.com
SOUTH BEND Tribune is hiring
for an early morning Porch
Route in Culver & Motor
Routes in Argos, Tippecanoe,
Tyner, and Bourbon. All routes
pick-up in Plymouth. Must
have dependable transportation
and clean driving record.
574-936-1324
RICHARD’S DISPOSAL is
looking for a driver for trash
pick-up, must have a valid CDL
and pass a drug-test. Starting
at $10/hourly and working up to
more! Flexible hours. Serious
inquiries only. Apply in person:
5120 W. Hwy. 10, North Jud-
son
SALES TRAINEE - Outside
sales offering a starting salary
up to $750.00 per week de-
pending upon your aptitude and
qualifications. Our company
will provide training and busi-
ness use of a company
vehicle. Please submit a letter
or resume including your edu-
cation, your accomplishments,
and ambitions plus your avail-
ability and earning history to
Sales Manager-PO Box 840,
Plymouth, IN 46563.
THE AUTO Park has an imme-
diate opening for our Finance
Department at our Plymouth lo-
cation. Send resume to: 2121
Walter-Glaub Drive, Plymouth,
IN 46563
1175
Drivers Wanted
TRUCK DRIVER wanted with
Tri/Quad Axle Dump Truck and
Roll Off Truck experience to
haul aggregate products. Class
A CDL license and minimum 2
years experience required.
Send resume or apply in per-
son at G&G Hauling & Exc.,
115 N. Columbia St., Warsaw,
IN 46580 or email resume to
hr@gandghauling.com
1180
Jobs Wanted
AMISH MOTHER/DAUGHTER
team will spring clean or do
weekly cleaning for your office
or home. Call 574-248-1735
Don’t let the train leave the
station on your project.
Hire
a local
professional
to help you!
Cookie Jar
Q: At a recent church rummage sale, I found a W.C. Field’s
cookie jar marked “McCoy.” I paid $50 for it and feel I got quite
a bargain. — Phyllis, Pueblo, Colo.
A: Your cookie jar was produced by McCoy in 1972 and gen-
erally retails in the $200 to $250 range, according to “McCoy
Pottery: Identification and Price Guide” by Mark F. Moran.
Many of the McCoy cookie jars have increased in value in
recent years as collectors have become more and more inter-
ested in them. For example, the “Liberty Bell” cookie jar, which
often sold for about $25 only five or six years ago, now sells
for about $100.
Collecting
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Dick’s Greenhouse
Dick Knope
BIGGER AND BETTER!
We have great gifts for mom!
Hanging Baskets (10”) - $14.00
Ferns (10”) - $15.00
English Gardens - $24.00
Large selection of potted plant “chairs”
Flower or Vegetable Flats ONLY $12.50
Bulk Seeds, Potting Soil and Much More!
Open Tuesday-Sunday 9-5 p.m. CST
5535 S. 600 W., North Judson
574-896-3509 • 574-249-0203 cell
MAIN STREET FLORAL & GIFTS
“Full Service Florist”
119 Main Street • North Judson • (574) 896-5797
www.northjudsonflowers.com
We’ve got what Mom wants!
Wind Chimes • Garden Decor
Patio Hanging Baskets
Music Boxes • Purses • AND MORE!
Stop in and see what’s new! Free in town flower delivery!
Simon Speed Shop
105 E. John Street, Knox, IN 46534
574-806-0866
simonspeedshop.com
Custom Exhaust, Fabrication, General Junk, Buy & Sell Vintage Parts
Custom Gifts for Mom!
Yard Decor
Benches
Chairs
Firepits
We can make just
about anything!
Something Sweet for Mom!
1315 S. Heaton
inside the
Knox Mall
{574} 772-4444
Mother’s Day
Tea Cup Collection
Comes with choice of Tea Cup &
Cupcake Flavor/Flower
(Prices & Styles May Vary)
Mother’s Day GIFT GUIDE
Thank the special women in your life with a thoughtful
token of your appreciation this Mother’s Day.
Helen’s House
of Concrete
Concrete Yard Decorations, Candles,
Primitive Home Decor, Concrete Statues & More
301 E. Culver Rd., Knox
Located just west of Community Services of Starke County on 8
574-806-4216
Now accepting
credit/debit cards
Mon - Fri 10-4
Sat 10-3
Free Local
Delivery
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