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$18 for adults
$10 for children
Dr. J. Brent Hayes • Dr. Anneka Parks
Now available - Massage Therapist, Teresa Cox
Country Chiropractic Center
414 West Plymouth Street, Bremen, IN
(next to the tanning salon, across from Pizza Hut)
Mon., Wed. 9 a.m.-1 p.m. & 3 p.m.-7 p.m.
Tues. 9 a.m.-1 p.m. • Thurs. 3 p.m.-7 p.m.
Fri. 9 a.m.-1 p.m. & 3 p.m.-5 p.m.
1st & 3rd Saturdays Only, 9 a.m.-12 p.m.
574-546-3173
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BEST OF
Marshall
County
Timber’s Edge, LLC
Archery & Supplies
Alvin Yoder
5985 7th Rd., Plymouth • 574-936-9965 ext. 2
Mon, Wed, Th 1-9 • Sat 8-3 • Closed Tu & Sun
Quest
State Deer &
Turkey Check
Station
Shooting Range
Now Open!
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Nappanee
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Nappanee, IN 46550
4 Miles West of Nappanee,
1/4 Mile South, and a
1/8 Mile East on 2nd B Road.
BURLINGTON BIKE SHOP
Hours: Monday & Thursday 9-8 • Wednesday & Friday 9-5 • Saturday 8-4 • Closed Tuesday and Sunday
Diamondback
BMC
Cannondale
Marin
SPRING SALE!
April 19 & 20
Friday 8-8 • Saturday 8-4
Over 80 bikes on display
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Inside This Week:
Local News Briefs
Serving Marshall County
Plus Lakeville and Walkerton
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574-523-1626
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2003 Ford F-150 4x4
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2008 Ford Ranger
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2005 Dodge Daktoa
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2006 Chevy Trailblazer LTZ 2004
Dodge Durango
2004 Ford Expedition
2002 GMC Yukon XL
2005 Chrysler Pacifica
2004 Hyundai Santa Fe
2004 Mitsubishi Endeavor
Bring this ad in and receive
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1533 Rentown Rd., Bremen, IN • 574-546-9010
OPEN: Mon.-Fri. 8-6 Sat. 8-5 Ad Good 4-15-13 thru 4-20-13
All items while supplies last
CHILI &
CORN BREAD
RESTAURANT FREE MEAL WINNER IS
BOB DENNIS
MUENSTER
$
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THE BIG CHEESE
IS IN TOWN!
COME CHECK OUT
THE 2000 LB BLOCK
OF CHEDDAR! $
2.50
RENTOWWN BAKE KE E KE EEEE KE KKE EE KKEERY RENTOWN BAKERY
(BAKERY)
BLUEBERRY
PIE
$
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CINI MINI CRUNCH CEREAL
79¢ 12.8 OZ. BOX
HONEY OAT BLENDERS
CEREAL
99¢ 32 OZ. BAG
INSTANT OATMEAL
STRAWBERRIES & CREAM
89¢ 10 PACK BOX
TURKEY
BREAST
SHAVED
BAR KEEPERS
FRIEND
$
1.39 LB.
$
1.29
FARMERS
BREAKFAST
$
4.50
BISCUITS & GRAVY
& HAM
$
2.50
CBS
1202 E. 200 S, Knox, IN 46534
2 1/2 miles West of Hwy 35 or 3 1/2 miles East of Hwy 39
April 28, 2013
7:00 a.m. till 1:00 p.m. CST
Call for information 574-249-5642 or 574-806-0660
The Shopper
USPS 436-440, 214 N. Michigan St.
Plymouth, IN 46563, 574-936-3101
Periodical postage paid Plymouth, IN 46563
Vol. 48 April 14, 2013 No. 15
Managing Editor . . . . . . . . Lois Tomaszewski
Production/IT Manager. . . . .Greg Hildebrand
Marketing Manager . . . . . . . . Cindy Stockton
Acounting Manager . . . . . . . . Judi Miller
Circulation Manager . . . . . . . . Ashley Han-Hissong
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Lost & Found
FOUND: MALE Longhaired
Dachshund ( st r awber r y
blonde/orange) wearing a red
collar, w/o tags. Found near Si-
mon Street in Plymouth on 4/5.
(574)930-0566
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Articles for Sale
4 TICKETS for Shawn Klush
(Elvis impersonator) at the Ler-
ner Theater on 4/20/13.
Pai d- $258, aski ng- $180
(574)784-3141
49CC BEAMER scooter, like
new, 460 miles, $1,350/OBO.
(574)936-6725
BROTHER SEWING Machine,
all attachments, like new excel-
l ent condi t i on $100. 00
574-281-2581
FREE PIANO and Organ (they
work!). Will help with deliv-
ery. 935-4553 after 5:00 PM
SIMPLICITY REGENT 18 h.p.
riding mower, excellent condi-
tion. $850.00 Please call
(574)935-5713
1345
Music/Instruments
ACCEPTING BEGINNER and
intermediate piano and begin-
ning guitar students. Arlene
Siefer (574)546-4009
BACH TROMBONE, $200. Ap-
proved for school band.
(574)936-8862 evenings
1390
Wanted to Buy
BUYING COIN
Collections, Silver & Gold
Items (574)209-1001
Find what you are looking for in
The Shopper
Photo Provided
Andrea Berndt, right, presents the Celebrate Literacy award to Culver volunteers Teri and David Lee.
ARGOS — At the Marshall
County Reading Council spring ban-
quet recently, the annual Celebrate
Literacy award was presented to the
Plymouth Kiwanis for their long-
time financial support for the annual
Young Authors’ Conference. The sec-
ond Celebrate Literacy award went
to volunteers Teri and David Lee for
their contributions toward reading
and writing at Culver Elementary
School.
Guest speaker at the banquet was
Melanie Park, Indiana Teacher of the
Year, who also visited several Plymouth
schools earlier in the day. Also on the
agenda was Brooke Busse, Plymouth
educator, who spoke on 21st Century
Skills in the Classroom.
Next year’s officers were elected
including president Shelley Johnson,
president-elect Jennifer Knebel,
vice president Jean Ahlenius, secre-
tary Carol Jackson, treasurer Cyndy
McKenzie, building rep coordinator
Jill Finley, newsletter Jenny Mevis, and
Books for Babies coordinator Natasha
Blackford. Information about the
upcoming Young Authors’ Conference
was presented. The theme of this year’s
conference is “County Fair” which will
be held at Bremen Elementary School
on April 19. Information concerning
the conference is available by emailing
Cyndy McKenzie at cmckenzie@bps.
k12.in.us
Celebrate Literacy awards presented
PLYMOUTH — Time is running out. This is the year to
get your GED. Big changes are coming next year and the
test is guaranteed to be more difficult. Traditional classes,
computer based-instructor led classes and online options
are currently available.
Another exciting opportunity will be presented at this
registration as well. College prep classes will be offered.
The skills needed to pass the Accuplacer college entrance
exam are taught for those who need to brush up before tak-
ing the test. Come and find out more information about this
free opportunity.
The next registration will be Monday, April 15 at 10 a.m.
and at 5 p.m. at the Adult Ed office in the Service Building
behind Plymouth High School at 701 Berkley St. You must
attend one of these times to register for the program. After
you register, you must attend the mandatory assessment
session Wednesday, April 17 at either 10 a.m. or 5 p.m. to
complete the process. Plan to spend 2-3 hours at both ses-
sions.
New classes are starting at the Bremen Public Library as
well. These computer-based instructor led classes will now
be available. Registration at the Bremen Public Library will
be Tuesday, April 16 at 5 p.m.
Classes are now offered in Bourbon, Culver and Bremen.
Argos classes will be starting up soon. If you have questions
or would like more information, please call Deb Sherwood
at 574-936-7268 or email at dsherwood@plymouth.k12.
in.us.
GED registration April 15
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Hahn Auctioneers, Inc.
Visit us at: www.hahnrealtyandauction.com • Office (574) 773-4184 • Nappanee, IN • AC39800021
Phil Hahn - 574-535-3783 • IN Lic #AU0101296 • Jason Hahn 574-536-7682
Brian Wuthrich Milford, IN 574-268-4940 • Clint Cripe 574-354-8006
The former property of David A. Zumbaugh (deceased)
Loretta Zumbaugh, Owner
PAMER AUCTION
Friday, April 19, 2013 • 3:00 p.m.
Auction Location: Hahn Auction Building 501 S. Oakland St., Nappanee, IN.
Directions: East of downtown Nappanee, IN on US #6 (Market Street) to Oakland St. then 2 blocks south. Watch for signs!
Hahn Auctioneers, Inc.
Visit us at: www.hahnrealtyandauction.com • Office (574) 773-4184 • Nappanee, IN • AC39800021
Phil Hahn - 574-535-3783 • IN Lic #AU0101296
VEHICLES • 35 GUNS • COINS • JEWELRY • AMMO • MISCELLANEOUS
Civil War Quality Smith 50 cal carbine, Patent 1857, all matching numbers; Sako 338 cal w/scope; Savage III 7 mm w/
scope; Winchester Model #60 222 cal; Remington Gamemaster model 760 pump rifle in 35 Rem cal; Tikka T-3 30-06 w/
scope; Winchester M-1 Carbine 30 cal; Anschutz Savage 22 cal; Remington 410 pump express 870; Colt Police positive;
S&W model 629 44 mag and others.
VEHICLES: 1995 Dodge truck runs good 2500, full sized bed & 134,480 miles • 1978 Ford pickup runs good with new tires
• Volkswagen Beetle TDI deisel with 130k motor has been updated and transmission rebuilt with just 5k miles, car gets 42
mpg all the time • Schwinn 2 person bicycle
GOLD • CURRENCY • COINS • STERLING JEWELRY • JEWELS: 1895 $5.00 gold coins, S. Africa gold Kugerand, Gold
Sovereign • 1$ silver certificates • silver eagles • Morgan Silver dollars • Walking Liberties • Varied pennies, nickels, dimes
& others • approximately 20 gold rings men and women • approximately 60 sterling silver ings and bracelets some with
enamel • approximately 30 various men and womens watches • costume jewelry • early Western tokens • Forgein coins
AUCTION NOTE: We have about 2 hours of coins & jewelry. Then vehicles, ammo & guns sell last!
Adam Pamer, Owner
NOFTSGER PUBLIC AUCTION
Wednesday, April 17, 2013 at 6:00 p.m.
210 E. South Street, Argos, IN
Directions: Take Michigan St. south of downtown to South St., then east to prop-
erty.
Description: Cozy vinyl sided, four room, two bedroom, one bath home with
screened porch and partial basement. Motivated seller is offering an opportunity to
purchase this home at your price. Property needs TLC. Call Sam Goebel for an
appointment to view this property 574-936-7616. Auction will be conducted on site.
Terms: 10% non-refundable earnest money deposit down the day of auction with
balance due at closing. Taxes: Prorated to date of closing. Possession: Day
of closing.
JACOB NOFTSGER, OWNER
AUCTION ACTION
Community Calendar
SUNDAY, APRIL 14
•  Miller’s  Senior  Living  Community  625  Oakhill  Ave., 
Plymouth is holding a 10-year anniversary celebration from 
2  to  4  p.m.  Tours,  DJ  and  music,  food,  and  more  will  be 
available.  For  more  information  call  574-936-9801  and  ask 
for Anna Corbett.
MONDAY, APRIL 15
•  Riverside  Intermediate  School  will  be  holding  a  pro-
gram  for  incoming  fifth-  and  sixth-grade  project  based 
learners  and  their  parents  at  6  p.m.  in  the  gym.  This  is  an 
informational  meeting  to  learn  about  the  environment  in 
PBL at the Innovation Academy.
•  Riverside  Intermediate  School  will  be  holding  fifth-
grade orientation at 7 p.m. in the gym. Incoming fifth-grad-
ers and their parents are invited to obtain information about 
programs  and  activities  at  Riverside  Intermediate  and    to 
become familiar with your new school and administrators.
TUESDAY, APRIL 16
•  Ester  Berger,  pie  maker/baker  extraordinaire  will  be 
sharing  recipes  and  pie-making  tips  at  the  Argos  Public 
Library at 1:30 p.m. Several baked pies, including grape pie, 
will be sampled and some will be made from scratch during 
the  presentation  in  the  Margaret  Neff  Meeting  Room.  The 
cost for the class will be $5 due at time of registration at the 
library  first  floor  circulation  desk.  Due  to  limited  seating 
capacity, it will be necessary to register for the class.
• A candlelight vigil in honor of Child Abuse Prevention 
Month will be held at Department of Child Services, 2125 
N. Oak Road, Plymouth at 7 p.m. The vigil is open to the 
public.
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17
•  Plymouth  High  School  parent/teacher  conferences 
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Marshall • The Shopper April 14, 2013 – page 5
will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. Walk in conferences with
teachers will be available from 6 to 6:30 p.m. Pre-scheduled
appointments will take place from 6:30 to 8 p.m. in 15-min-
ute intervals. It is greatly encouraged that students accom-
pany their parents to the pre-scheduled appointments.
Parents who wish to be included in the appointments for
that night should contact their student’s teacher(s) directly.
THURSDAY, APRIL 18
• Join members of Miller’s Senior Living staff at The
Coffee Lodge, 229 E. Jefferson St., Plymouth from 8 to 10
a.m. and receive your first cup of coffee free.
• The Marshall County Right to Life will be hosting its
annual “Legacy of Life” fundraising banquet at Christos’
Banquet Center at 830 Lincolnway East, Plymouth. Doors
open at 5:30 p.m. with the event beginning at 6:30 p.m. and
lasting until 8:45 p.m. Tickets can be purchased until April
16 and are $20, which entitles the guest to dinner catered
by Christos’ as well as the chance to win a gift card through
the prize drawing. To purchase tickets, or to receive more
information, contact Paula Poisel at 574-498-6628.
• Center for Hospice Care is offering Rebuilding Our
Lives — a support group for those that have accepted their
loss and are focused on building a new life. Groups are
offered at no charge and are open to the public. Sessions are
held at 112 S. Center St., Plymouth. Pre-register by calling
Ramona Lichtenbarger at 574-935-4511 or 1-800-HOSPICE.
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HIGH END MOULDING
AT LOW END PRICES!
Add a decorator’s final touch with these
impressive solid wood mouldings
Select Grade Mouldings:
Solid Pine • MDF •
Primed Poplar • Red Oak •
Tongue & Groove Items
And of course we stock
factory seconds
ALL@ discounted prices
AND MUCH MUCH MORE!
Moulding Everywhere
SAVE $100’s
STORE IS
OVER
STOCKED!
E. LINCOLNWAY
N
Moudling
Outlet
Al’s Super
Market
THE MOULDING
OUTLET
720 E. Lincolnway • 219-324-0373 • LaPorte, IN
STORE
HOURS
MONDAY thru
FRIDAY
8-4:30
SAT 8-5
Bremen VFW Post 8972
1750 W. Plymouth St.
Bremen, IN 46506
574-546-4971
Open to the public!
www.bremenpost.org
LEGION/VFW NEWS
Friday Nights - Texas Hold-em
starting at 6:00pm Lic # 118069
For more information call 546-4971
DINING IS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
DAILY FOOD SPECIALS
First Monday of every month - Liver and Gizzards
Special ALL DAY or till Gone.
Third Monday of every month - Liver and Onions
Special ALL DAY or till GONE.
Wednesdays - Free Pool from 4:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Come out and enjoy a beverage or dinner.
Then relax with a FREE game of Pool
Thursdays - EUCHRE starting at 7:00 p.m. to ???
Come enjoy dinner before the game. Open to the public
Fridays - Broasted Chicken Dinner
Saturday - All you can eat Breakfast (made to order)
Includes Coffee or Tea
8:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. - Only $7.00
April 26th - Post Fish Fry
All you can eat for $8.00 with beverage
Starts at 5pm till 7pm
TED’S AUCTION CENTER
574-936-SALE (7253)
AUCTION CENTER - AH29500025
COL. MENNO SCHWARTZ AU19500228
COL. DARRELL PITTS AU10300102
TED ANNIS AU08900148
PUBLIC AUCTION
Monday, April 15
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• 5:00 p.m.
Doors open at 4:00 p.m. (Eastern Time)
Ted’s Auction Center
11536 4A Road, Plymouth, IN
2.5 Miles South of US 6 & 31 (LaPaz) 4 Lane 31 South to State
Highway Garage (4A Road) Turn East 1 Mile Watch For Signs!
THE BUILDING IS FULL! THE HEAT WILL BE ON!
TABLES FULL OF GLASSWARE & SMALLS: 47 PC. CURRIER & IVES DIN-
NERWARE, MCCOY GARDEN CLUB PLANTER, COO-COO CLOCK, CUPIES,
THIMBLES, HEN ON NEST, SALT GLAZED CROCKS & JUGS, TEA POT PA-
PERWEIGHT, SADLER TEA POT, STANGLE CANDY DISH, ROSEVILLE ZEPH-
YER LILY 139-6 VASE (SM. CHIP ON LIP), SET OF 5 OLD POTTERY NEST-
ING BOWLS, MENS & LADIES WRIST WATCHES, OLD BEVELED DRESSER
MIRROR, 2 SM. CAST IRON FLOWER POTS, 3 OLD SODA FOUNTAIN DIS-
PENSER, LAMPS-PICTURES-PRINTS-MIRRORS-WOOD PICTURE FRAMES,
MORE...
FURNITURE: OLD OAK 3 DRAWER DRESSER W/BEVELED MIRROR, OLD
PAINTED BUFFET, HIS & HERS FLEXSTEEL SWIVEL RECLINERS, NICE
COMPLETE FULL BED, 2 METAL PORCH CHAIRS, PORCH GLIDER, METAL
CABINET, 4 DRAWER FILE CABINET, 2 SETS 2 PATIO CHAIRS & SMALL
TABLE, 2 RECLINERS, 2 OAK OFFICE CHAIRS, NEAT INLAYED END TABLE,
OLD PORCELAIN TOP TABLE, OLD WOOD PLANT STAND, WOOD TABLE & 4
CHAIRS, OAK SOFA TABLE, NICE WHITE KENMORE UPRIGHT FROST FREE
FREEZER, ENT. CENTER, MORE...
GUY STUFF: NICE CRAFTSMAN LT1000 LAWN TRACTOR-42” DECK-17.5 HP
NICE UNIT, PULL BEHIND LAWN DUMP TRAILER, CRAFTSMAN 12” WOOD
LATHE ON NICE WOOD STAND, 12 CRAFTSMAN LATHE KNIVES, MTD 5 HP
GAS CHIPPER/SHREDDER, SLATE TOP POOL TABLE (NOT REGULATION
SIZE), 1 BUGGY WHEEL, POULAN WILD THING CHAIN SAW, OLD LEATHER
AVIATORS CAP, 2 PONY BOY CAP GUNS, 1999-09 PLATINUM PLATE & 1999-
09 (NO 6) GOLD PLATED QUARTER SETS, DIE CAST CARS, REPRO. CAST
BANKS, 100’S OLDER BASEBALL CARDS IN BINDERS, 2 CI BREMEN CAST-
INGS DOOR STOPS, 1939 COLE BROS CIRCUS MAGAZINE, 1944 HOOSIER
BEER SPORTS SCORE CARD, OLD RCA MDL. 65U RADIO/PHONO, ELEC.
TORO BLOWER, CAR RAMPS, CRITTER TRAPS, MANDELL #1 PHOTO POST
CARD MACHINE (COMPLETE?)
NEW ITEMS: 1/2” ELEC. IMPACT, 36 PC. DREMIL STYLE ROTARY TOOL, 3/8
ELEC. DRILL, KAWASAKI 1/2 ELEC. DRILL, 4 1/2” ANGLE GRINDER KAWA-
SAKI 6.6 AMP 1/2” IMPACT HAMMER DRILL
VERY CONDENSED LISTING!
AS ALWAYS 100’S OF BOX LOTS.
GOT TO WWW.AUCTIONZIP.COM ID #5283
FOR 100’S OF PICTURES & UPDATES
TERMS - CASH, GOOD CHECK WITH PICTURE I.D.
VISA, DEBIT, MASTERCARDS ($10 MIN. PURCHASE)
ALL SALES FINAL - NO GUARANTEES OF ANY KIND!
WE MUST CHARGE 7% INDIANA SALES TAX!
IF YOU ARE EXEMPT, BRING PROOF OR PAY TAX!
NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS
OR MERCHANDISE AFTER SOLD!
INSIDE SALE - PLENTY OF PARKING - RESTROOMS
FULL CONCESSION WAGON
NEVER A RESERVE OR BUYERS PREMIUM
NEXT SALE MONDAY, MAY 6TH
Auctions every Monday
starts at 3:30 2 miles
West of
Walkerton on
US 6
www.kankakeevalleyauction.com
Kankakee Valley Auction
9224 S. 875 E., Walkerton
574-586-9883
Auc. 39500014
AUCTION
ACTION
One and Two Bedroom Units
Free Water, Sewer & Trash
NOW Accepting Applications
Criminal Background & Landlord References Checked
401 N. Mai n St . • Nappanee
Appl i cat i on Avai l abl e by Cal l i ng
574-773-4736
The institution is an equal opportunity provider and employer
Main Street
Manor
Affordable Housing
For Today’s Senior.
INDEPENDENT LIVING
On-Site Laundry Rural Setting
All Utilities Included Secured Building
Walking Path Friendly People
Riverwood Commons
- 55 AND OLDER AND DISABLED REGARDLESS
OF AGE APARTMENT COMPLEX -
342 East Galbreath • Winamac
Rent starts at $375/monthly. 1st month FREE
Call:
574-946-7773
Will Accept HUD Vouchers
1200
Apartments for Rent
2 BR, 1 BR, Studios
FREE RENT Specials!
(574) 936-3496
www.valueproperties.net
CULVER SMALL 1BR,
$365/monthly includes water.
No pets. (219)405-5317
NAPPANEE: 2BR-Duplex
w/Central Air. Water/Sewer and
Trash Included in rent. De-
posit/$350 then $450/mo. Call:
574-267-3460
1205
Houses for Rent
ETNA GREEN: Nappanee
Schools. 3 to 4 bedroom farm
house in country. No smokers
or pets. $600/mo + deposit/utili-
ties. Anyone is welcome to get
an application. (574)646-2222.
NEWLY REMODELED, in Ar-
gos. 2 & 3BR’s available, start-
ing at $475/mo. 574-276-9481.
1205
Houses for Rent
LAKE HOUSE: 3 Bdrms
(12x10's apprx), Large LV RM,
fireplace, fenced yard, storage,
q u i e t a r e a , 5 0 6 3
Summer-home Dr., you pay
uti l i ti es, $750/Month pl us
$750/Security. No pets. Call
574-806-1049
1210
Rooms for Rent
1BR, BATH, kitchen, laundry,
cable, Wi-Fi, hot-tub. No utili-
ties/deposit. $110 weekly.
574-936-8657
GROVERTOWN: 1 room house
to live w/an older gentleman.
V e r y r e a s o n a b l e ,
(219)743-4395
1215
Mobile Homes/Lots/
BEAUTIFULLY MAINTAINED
2BR. washer/dryer, shed,
deck. Reference/Credit check.
Smoke/pet free. $475/month.
(574)936-9535 Also, 1BR effi-
ciency $325/month.
1265
Lots/Land For Sale
66 ACRES, tillable, Bourbon
Township, Marshall County.
574-305-1940
Real Estate
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Plymouth
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Bongards Yellow Sliced
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Marshall County Council On Aging
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LUNCH & LEARN with
Miller’s Senior Living April 19
WOODCARVERS SHOW April 27
HEARTLAND CAMERA CLUB
ART SHOW May 1-26
Call for details!
Rosa’s
Resale
305 Lane St., North Judson
Hrs: Mon-Fri 10 to 5
574-896-4020
Washers/Dryers
Stoves
Couches • Furnaces
Games • Chairs
Tables • Knick Knacks
Like New Leather Couch
(4 months old)
Newer Stackable
Washer/Dryer 220V
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 free of charge
and leave a $25 Rosa’s Gift Certificate
16980 St Rd 17
Culver, IN
574-842-4339
www.jeffspwcrepair.com
Spring Special
2013 Avalon 18’ Fish & Fun Pontoon
40 hp Four stroke Yamaha motor
Only $17,600
Rear entry with ladder, bimini top, full cover…
call for all the details on this great package!
World’s Largest Granite Dealers
ROCHESTER
1229 Main Street • 574-223-2010
3 Different Colors
✺ Silver Gray ✺ Mt. Rose ✺ Canadian Mahogany
Includes Lettering, Carving & Setting
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MONUMENTS
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FRIDAY, APRIL 19
• St. Michael Home and School Association will be hold-
ing  its  spring  rummage  sale  in  the  St.  Michael  Church 
basement from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. The public is invited. Also, 
donations may be dropped off in the church basement until 
6 p.m. Wednesday, April 17.
•  The  SCILL  Center  is  offering  an  Introduction  to  Quick 
Books class from 8:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. CDT at Starke County 
Economic  Development  Foundation  located  at  1915  S. 
Heaton  St.,  Knox.  If  you  are  interested  in  attending  please 
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Miller’s Auto Finance
Easy 30 Minute Approval
Stop in or go to www.millersautoinc.com
for easy one page application
680 N. US 35, Knox, IN
574-772-7338
1921 N Michigan Street, Plymouth, IN • 574-936-4600
Hours: 5 a.m. to Midnight • Attended Hours: 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.
THANK YOU FOR YOUR BUSINESS!!
DRY CLEANING REWARDS
Earn point with every service
1 point per dollar spent
100 points adds a $5 credit
to your account
DROP OFF LAUNDRY REWARDS
$1 per lb.
90¢ per lb. on 30 lbs. or more
80¢ per lb. on 50 lbs. or more
Customer Loyalty
Professional Dry Cleaning
Coin Operation & Drop Off Laundry Service
RINGER OUTDOORS LLC
“THE SPORT OF KINGS”
6400N 325W, ROCHESTER • 223-9000 • WWW.RINGEROUTDOORS.COM
TUESDAY-FRIDAY 11-8 P.M. • SATURDAY 10-4 P.M. • CLOSED SUNDAY EXCEPT FOR SPECIAL SHOOT WEEKEND EVENTS
Indoor Range and
Archery Pro Shop
Home of the Straight Shooters Archery Club
Outdoor 3-D range now open
Tuesdays through Fridays
11 a.m. to 8 p.m. for open shooting
Saturday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Outdoor 3-D Competition Schedule
See our website www.ringeroutdoors.com
JON AND TAMI
RINGER, OWNERS
LOOK US UP ON
FACEBOOK
April 20, May 11 & 25
40 targets • Register from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. • Awards given
May 31, 5 p.m.-June 1, 5 p.m.
Carp Bowfishing Tournament • Team Entry fee: $30 • Cash payout for biggest total fish weight • Side pot payout for biggest carp shot
Call 223-9000 for details (Sponsored by Straight Shooters Archery Club)
16980 St Rd 17
Culver, IN
574-842-4339
www.jeffspwcrepair.com
Spring Special
2013 Avalon 18’ Fish & Fun Pontoon
40 hp Four stroke Yamaha motor
Only $17,600
Rear entry with ladder, bimini top, full cover…
call for all the details on this great package!
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Bargain Hunters
2 ORIENTAL wall plaques and
oriental wooden vase, $40/all
(574)780-3296
20X25 INDIAN picture, $20.
(574)780-3296
5 FT 5 glass shelf stand from
Pier 1. $50. (574)780-3296
BATHROOM VANITY w/mirror.
$15. (574)784-3680
BOYS HUFFY bike, 20” w/hand
breaks. $25. (574)935-3663
BUFFALO SKULL, $20.
(574)780-3296
COLTS JACKET, L, worn
once, comes with a cap. $40.
(574)542-2903
FREE - Horse manure from
shavings. You load/haul. Bre-
men 1-574-248-1190
FREE FILL dirt, you load.
(574)952-5780
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Bargain Hunters
GOOD USED tire, 215-70-14
on a Mopar wheel, $10.
(574)344-8422
HOTPOINT ELECTRIC dryer,
$45. (574)344-8422
NETHERLAND DWARF
bunny. 2 Months old, $15.
574-316-2477
NEW WOMEN’S black silky
dress coat, lightweight, 4X,
$20. (574)936-6621
NEW WOMEN’S bluejean
jacket w/zip-out liner, 4X, $20.
(574)936-6621
OSTER MICROWAVE, like
new. $35. (574)936-6994
PINK 16” girl’s bike, $20.
(574)780-3296
PINK COSCO high chair, $10.
574-936-3768
1155
Bargain Hunters
PINK GRACO baby carseat,
$15. 574-936-3768
PROFORM XP treadmill, works
well. $50. 574-248-1895
QUEEN HEADBOARD
w/built-in mirror and bookshelf.
$40. 574-933-1978
WHIRLPOOL TUB w/4 jets,
$20. (574)784-3680
WHI RLPOOL UPRI GHT
freezer, works perfect, holds
200lbs. $50. 574-952-3343
WOMEN’S FLOWERED navy
blue sweatsuit, new. $8.
(574)936-6621
WOMEN’ S SWEATSUI T
w/navy, black, & blue, new. 2X,
$24. (574)936-6621
YARD OF black dirt loaded in
your truck, $18. (574)952-5780
Bargain Hunters where every
item, every day is $50 or less!
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register with the SCILL Center at 574-772-
8001. Cost is $90 per student.
• Erin Ginter, Kandi Matthews and
Anna Corbett of Miller’s Senior Living
Community will be guest speakers shar-
ing information and answering questions
about Miller’s Assisted Living at Lunch &
Learn at the Life Enrichment Center at 11:30
a.m. A hot lunch will be provided. Call Life
Enrichment Center at 574-936-9904 to RSVP
by April 12. This event is free and open to
the public.
• Culver Community Schools will be in
session to make up for the cancellation of
school Wednesday, March 6.
• Marshall County Election Board will
meet at 8:30 a.m. in the Marshall County
clerk’s office, 211 W. Madison St., Plymouth.
The public is welcome.
SATURDAY, APRIL 20
• St. Michael Home and School Association
will be holding its spring rummage sale in
the St. Michael Church basement from 9
a.m. to 12 p.m. Fill a bag for $1. The public
is invited. Also, donations may be dropped
off in the church basement until 6 p.m.
Wednesday, April 17.
• St. Michael Home and School Association
will be hosting a Schwan’s truckload sale
from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the school parking
lot. Items may be reserved in advance for
pick up, or purchased on the day of the sale.
Please contact the school if you have ques-
tions at 574-936-4329.
• A one-day introduction to chip carving
with artist Carol Fleming will be offered
from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at MoonTree Studios.
Call MoonTree Studios at 574-935-1712 for
more information and to register.
• Auditions for the Maxinkuckee Players
production of Joseph and the Amazing
Technicolor Dreamcoat will be held at the
Culver High School auditorium from 9 a.m.
to 12 p.m., 1 to 4 p.m., and 5 to 8 p.m. EST.
Interested persons should be prepared to
sing a song of their choice. A pianist and a
CD player will be available. Performance
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Offer valid April 1-30 • Must be prepaid
New Subscribers Only (60 days on longer since having a subscription)
Tickets available
at Karma Records
in Plymouth
Easter baby
Photo Provided
Owen Gregory Campbell, son of Cody Campbell and Kayline Johnson, is the Saint Joseph Regional Medical Center
— Plymouth Campus Easter baby. Owen was born April 1 at 10:46 a.m. He weighed 9 pounds and 15 ounces and
was 22 inches long.
Delivering doctor was Dr. Noreen Faulkner, aided by delivering R.N.s Debbie Duhnovsky and April Eskridge.
dates are July 26, 28, 31 and August 2, 3 and 4. Any ques-
tions should be directed to Becky Liechty at 574-941-2343
or bliechty@embarqmail.com.
SUNDAY, APRIL 21
• Encore Performing Arts’ third “Dine To Make A
Difference” community fundraiser will be from 10 a.m. to
10 p.m. at Bob Evans, Plymouth. Bob Evans will donate
15 percent of sales when diners present a coupon at check
out. Call the Encore office at 574-935-4987 or see the Encore
website at www.encoreperformingarts.bellstrike.com to
print a coupon. For more information, please visit www.
encoreperformingarts.org.
TUESDAY, APRIL 23
• Argos Public Library is hosting an extreme couponing
event at 6:30 p.m. in the Margaret Neff Meeting Room.
Deb Pratt, an avid extreme couponer would like to find
like-minded individuals willing to spend the third Tuesday
evening each month sharing information and honing
their skills with other individuals wanting to save money
through extreme couponing. Websites, apps, as well as
other areas to find information and coupons will also be
discussed.
• Bremen Public Library is offering a class in checking
out eBooks from 6 to 8 p.m. This is a free class for German
Township residents. Call 574-546-2849 to register.
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 24
• The SCILL Center is offering a class in basic Excel at the
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Always FREE coffee and musical electric spoons performed by yours truly, the ELECTRIC SPOONMAN.
Last day is Saturday, April 27
ALL VEHICLES WILL BE SOLD. FIRST COME, FIRST SOLD.
Inside showroom garage sale April 12, 13, 19 & 20
Thank you so much! Larry
Local Phone: 574-279-4210 • Cell Phone: 574-910-2271 • Operated by Larry Plummer
GOING OUT OF BUSINESS
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
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574-936-1611
www.banfichinteriors.com
info@banfichinteriors.com
Store Hours: M-F 10-6 • Sat. 10-5
Closed Sun FURNITURE
SERTA MATTRESS EXPRESS
Pillow Top
$399
Pillow Top
$599
Plush
$499
Firm
$699
Queen Mattress Sets
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WALKERTON — The prestigious
Scholastic National Art and Writing Award
winners were announced from New York
City on March 15, and John Glenn had two
National Gold Medal Writing winners and
one Silver Medal for Art. There were only
five National Gold Medal Writing winners
in the state of Indiana, and John Glenn had
two of them.
Senior Janay Crane earned one of the
highest awards in the country, as she was
selected for a Gold Medal National Award
for her creative writing portfolio. Only
seven students in the nation earned that
recognition. Her portfolio was in competi-
tion with the top 1,000 Regional Gold Key
Portfolios from across the country. Crane
earns a $10,000 award for this honor and
a trip to New York City to be honored on
stage at Carnegie Hall to receive her award
Friday, May 31. She will also take part in
workshops and poetry readings in New
York on that Saturday talking about her
writing. The judge in New York told her
teacher Paul Hernandez that her creative
writing displayed exceptional originality,
technical skill, and personal voice. She said
that judges were looking for writers who
had something very unique to say and the
manner in which they said it. Crane’s port-
folio consisted of seven poems, two pieces
of humorous fiction, a personal memoir,
a long short story, and two flash fiction
short stories. Craft is the first student in the
Central-Eastern Indiana, Northwest Ohio
Region to ever earn a National Gold Medal
for a Writing Portfolio.
Junior Jahna Almaguer earned the
school’s other National Gold Medal for
Writing this year for her short story “More
Than Meats the Eye.” Almaguer had
also earned two Regional Silver Keys for
two other strong short stories. This was
Almaguer’s first time to enter her writing
in Scholastic competition. She will also be
invited to New York City to receive her
National Gold Medal onstage at Carnegie
Hall on Friday, May 31.
Senior Kim Scribner won a Scholastic
National Silver Medal in Art for her imag-
inative watercolor “Self-Portrait with
Giraffe.” Her painting was also selected
as “Best of Show” at the recent Tri-Kappa
Art Show at JGHS. Scribner will also be
honored at Carnegie Hall for her national
honor.
The three national award winning stu-
dents were identified by panels of pro-
fessional artists and writers as the most
talented young artists and writers in the
nation. This year, 230,000 works of art and
writing were submitted for competition.
Only the top 1,500 in art and writing were
recognized at the national level. Winning
a National Scholastic Award placed these
students within the top 1 percent of all
submissions.
All three young ladies have been invited
to receive their awards at the world famous
Carnegie Hall in New York City and to par-
ticipate in a number of showcase events at
the Parsons, The New School for Design in
New York City.
Scribner’s art teacher is John Thomas,
and Crane and Almaguer’s creative writing
teacher is Paul Hernandez.
3 JGHS students win National Scholastic Medals
Photo Provided
John Glenn’s three National Scholastic Medal winners are, from left, junior Jahna
Almaguer, senior Janay Crane, and senior Kim Scribner.
To advertise call one of our
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Help Wanted
SABRE MFG IN KNOX, IN
Is taking applications for MIG welders & Industrial Coatings Painters
Welders must have a minimum of 3 years production welding experience.
• Must be able to read blueprints & fabrication experience is preferred
• Will be required to pass a weld test in all welding positions
Painters must have experience in Industrial coatings application.
• Graco & WiWa airless coating systems
All applicants must be able to pass a criminal background check along
with initial & random drug screenings. All applicants must be reliable
and possess a good work history.
Applications being taken at:
Sabre Manufacturing
5420 E. SR 8
Knox, IN 46534
(Monday- Friday 9:00 am to 3:00 pm CST)
NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE!
1170
Help Wanted
JOB FAIR
April 16 1:00 - 4:00 pm April 24 1:00 - 4:00 pm
Stark County Library Baileys Discount Store
152 W Culver Rd 5900 S Range Rd
Knox North Judson
Help At Home, Inc. a large Regional Home Health Provider is seeking
CNA's & HHA's, to services clients within Porter, Stark and Jasper
Counties, and surrounding communities. We offer highly competitive
salaries, Hol Pay, Vac Pay, Mileage, Health and Dental Insurance
plus sign on bonus.
Help At Home, Inc.
Valparaiso
(219) 462-1835
Plymouth
(574) 935-3018
http://www.helpathome.com
1170
Help Wanted
MENTAL HEALTH TECHNICIANS
Michiana Behavioral Health is seeking full, part-time and prn Mental
Health Technicians. The Mental Health Technician functions as an
active part of the treatment team providing continuous patient care and
supervision, and role modeling to our patients. The ideal candidate will
possess a Bachelors Degree in a related field with one year of related
experience or an equivalent combination of education and experience.
Previous behavioral health care work a plus.
For confidential consideration send your resume to Human Resources,
1800 N. Oak Dr., Plymouth, IN 46563, fax to 574-935-9076
or email to becky.nowicki@uhsinc.com
1170
Help Wanted
REGISTERED NURSES
Michiana Behavioral Health is seeking full-time and prn
Registered Nurses. Candidates will be responsible to
coordinate treatment and provide quality care to all patient
populations with mental health and/or chemical dependency
issues. Candidates must be licensed in the State of Indiana;
behavioral health care experience a plus. Michiana
Behavioral Health offers competitive compensation with a
generous benefit package.
For confidential consideration,
send your resume to Human Resources
1800 N Oak Dr., Plymouth, IN 46563,
fax to (574) 935-9076
or email to becky.nowicki@uhsinc.com
1170
Help Wanted
PLYMOUTH COUNTRY CLUB
IS SEEKING BARTENDERS, SERVERS AND COOKS.
QUALIFIED APPLICANTS MAY
APPLY IN PERSON FROM 9:00 AM-5:00 PM
MONDAY - SATURDAY OR EMAIL
ESPONSELLER@PLYMOUTHCOUNTRYCLUB.COM.
NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE.
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HELD MARKETING NOW OPEN!!!!
HIRING FOR PHONE REPRESENTATIVES.
MON. - FRI. 9AM TO 5:30PM
STARTING AT $8.00 HOUR PLUS BONUS
CALL JEFF AT (574)935-3219
TO SCHEDULE AN INTERVIEW
1170
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DRIVERS: OWNER OPERATORS.
Excellent money with Clean Harbors. Class A with X
Endorsements 2500+miles per week. Routes
nationwide and into Canada.
877-949-5567 ext 5143
1170
Help Wanted
The North Judson/San Pierre Vet Clinic
is accepting applications until April 19th
for a part time position. Please stop
in the office to pick up an application.
No phone calls please.
101 S. Broadway Hwy 421, San Pierre
1170
Help Wanted
CARPET CLEANING techni-
cian needed for Knox location,
45- 65 hour s weekl y.
$8.50/hour, no experience nec-
essary. Requirements: Clean
and well groomed, be able to
work all Saturdays, must pass
driving record check, criminal
background check, and drug
screen. If interested, please call
(800)303-2314 to set-up inter-
view.
1170
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OUR COMPANY is currently
looking to hire an experienced
irrigation and hardscape pro-
fessional. Must have valid
driver's license. Interested indi-
v i dual s pl eas e c al l
574-936-2486 or email resume
resumesubmit@yahoo.com
1170
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BE SOMEBODY'S Hero for
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at 530 South Ohio Street, Cul-
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Must be dependable, great cus-
tomers service and telephone
skills. Experience in sales and
marketing helpful. 10-20 hours
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LOOKING FOR a Service
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minimum experience. Competi-
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Very fast paced environment,
great employment opportunity!
Apply in person at 201 Airport
Road, Plymouth.
LOOKING FOR a Service Advi-
sor: Automotive experience a
must, good with people, handle
multiple tasks, computer liter-
ate. Very fast paced and com-
petitive pay. Apply in person at
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company has several immedi-
ate openings: Start a new ca-
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license, some traveling is re-
quired. We need dependable
and hardworking people who
can start work immediately.
There is an added incentive
when you are actually working
on a tower. Stop in at Custom
Tower Systems, 14560 Lincoln
Hwy., Plymouth, IN 46563,
8am-4:30pm.
WANTED: SEASONAL help
April - October, Nappanee loca-
tion. Light handyman and
yard-work, 20-30 hrs/weekly,
hours somewhat flexible. Pay
commensurate w/experience
and ability. Call 574-209-2581
1175
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and retirement plan. Must have
clean CDL-A. Must have 3
y e a r s e x p e r i e n c e .
(574)842-4743
1180
Jobs Wanted
KECK CONSTRUCTION -
Roofing, Siding, Remodeling,
Bathrooms Kitchens - 30 years
experience - Licensed and in-
sured - 574-607-1064.
Employment
TV ANTENNAS INSTALLED
TROUBLE SHOOTING
TV TOWERS PAINTED
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574-216-8079
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505
Carpets/Rugs
Benefiel’s
Carpet Cleaning Services
Residential & Commercial
Carpet & Upholstery Professional Cleaning
David Benefiel
Owner - Operator
574-780-2723
Plymouth
510
Cleaning Services
CleanRite Cleaning Service
Est. 2000 • BBB • Chamber Member
Homes, Businesses,
Apts & Windows
Insured • Bonded
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Dawn Gorby-Verhaeghe - Owner
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Audio/Video
Schricker Library, 152 W. Culver Road, Knox, from 8 a.m. to
12 p.m. CDT. Cost is $35 per student. If you are interested in
attending please register with the SCILL Center at 574-772-
8001. Registration deadline is April 22.
• Marshall County Melody Makers will appear in con-
cert at 2:30 p.m. at Miller’s Senior Living Community, 625
Oakhill Ave., Plymouth. Stay for cookies and coffee follow-
ing the concert. This event is free and open to the public.
• MoonTree Elder and facilitator Vera Tiani-Shuppert
invites you to try your hand at felting. Participants will
receive enough wool to complete two or more creations,
depending on size. Call MoonTree Studios at 574-935-1712
for more information and to register.
• Argos United Methodist Church spring salad bar will
be from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Menu is all-you-can-eat chicken
and noodles, salads, and desserts. Cost is $6. All proceeds
go to the church’s mission projects.
The church is located at 570 N. Michigan St., Argos.
THURSDAY, APRIL 25
• The Friends of the Culver-Union Township Public
Library will have a book sale from 4 to 7 p.m.
• Good Grief Gals, a monthly tea for women whose
spouse has died, will meet from 1:30 to 3 p.m. at 112
S. Center St., Plymouth. Pre-register by calling Ramona
Lichtenbarger at 574-935-4511 or 1-800-HOSPICE.
• We the People of Marshall & Fulton Counties will hold
its monthly meeting at 7 p.m. at the New Song Community
Church at 410 Kingston Road, Plymouth (across from
Martin’s Super Market). The group supports limited gov-
ernment, and fiscal and personal responsibility. Everyone
is welcome to attend. For more information, please visit
WeThePeople-mfc.com.
FRIDAY, APRIL 26
• The SCILL Center is offering a class in intermediate
Excel at the Schricker Library, 152 W. Culver Road, Knox,
from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. CDT. Cost is $35 per student. If you
are interested in attending please register with the SCILL
Center at 574-772-8001. Registration deadline is April 24.
• The Friends of the Culver-Union Township Public
Library will have a book sale from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
• The Lakes Area Autism Network (LAAN) will host
Light the Sky for Autism Awareness Month from 7:30
to 8:30 p.m. at Central Park in Warsaw. Participants will
launch lanterns designed to contrast with the evening sky
and send an uplifting message on behalf of autism.
SATURDAY, APRIL 27
• The Tyner IOOF Lodge will hold its annual all-you-
can-eat fish fry from 4 to 7 p.m. at the Tyner Community
Building/Fire Station. Tickets are $8 adults and $4 children.
Younger than 6 years old free. Menu includes potato salad,
coleslaw, bread, coffee, juice, and pie (or cake). Proceeds
go to support many community projects including scholar-
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Classifed Ads pay
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574-721-9794
505
Carpets/Rugs
Benefiel’s
Carpet Cleaning Services
Residential & Commercial
Carpet & Upholstery Professional Cleaning
David Benefiel
Owner - Operator
574-780-2723
Plymouth
510
Cleaning Services
CleanRite Cleaning Service
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530
Decks
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• Sewer &
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• Portable Restroom Service
550
Fencing
Mullet’s Fencing LLC
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Residential - Commercial
Agricultural - Industrial
Dave Gill • Ivan Kramer
574-354-0803 • 1-888-211-9368
Established in 1986
565
Home Improvement/
Remodel
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Improvements
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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
Voted “Best of Marshall Co.”
583
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ELKHART PINBALL INC.
Buy, Sell, Repair
(574)298-9800
Fish For Stocking:
Most Varieties Pond Lakes
LAGGIS’ FISH FARM
269-628-2056 Days
269-624-6215 Evenings
595
Plumbing
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&
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574-784-2005
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• RESIDENTIAL • COMMERCIAL • FREE ESTIMATES
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PLUMBING • HEATING • REFRIGERATION
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Formerly Jolly &Sons
Sewer & Drain Cleaning
Mobile Homes, Heating & Air
Plumbing & Electrical
574-936-5520/574-952-2713
574-935-5362
605
Roof/Siding/Gutter
Johnny’s Roofing
“Serving Marshall County since 1972!”
Shingle & Flat Roofs
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574-892-5007
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Residential
Commercial
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629
Small Appliance Repair
Markley
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Servicing most
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574-546-4583
Certified Technician
650
Tree Services
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Tree & Stump Removal
Tree Trimming
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553
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CORRESPONDENT
WAKARUSA — More than four decades
have gone by since the Maple Syrup Festival
was established on the inspiration of a few
legendary Wakarusa visionaries.
And for every year that has passed, the
Festival has steadily become a beloved
springtime tradition that weaves favor-
ite longtime attractions with exciting new
offerings. This year is certainly no excep-
tion, with a lively and diverse schedule that
promises to deliver one of the town’s great-
est and grandest celebrations to date.
It starts with a trickle
The 44th annual event gets underway
on the morning of Friday, April 19, as the
craft and commercial exhibitors unveil their
booths along the corridors of Elkhart and
Waterford streets, beginning at 10 a.m. and
continuing until 9 p.m.
The aroma of freshly popped kettle corn
will fill the atmosphere, and folks can
snack on the treat throughout the day free
of charge.
Locally produced maple syrup will be
sold at several area retailers, and the down-
town information gazebo will be staffed
with volunteers to guide guests to the vari-
ous points of interest.
Several non-profit organizations
with community ties will be sharing dec-
adent homemade specialties downtown,
with booths nestled amongst the field
of vendors.
The Wakarusa Sharing Citizens will be
offering pulled pork and ham and bean
soup, while the Wakarusa Methodist Church
will be serving Italian sausage sandwiches.
Butterfly chops and pork burgers are
the items being made available from Olive
Mennonite Church, and the Nappanee
Kiwanis Club is planning on preparing rib-
eye steak sandwiches.
Also launching at 10 a.m. will be
the Wakarusa Public Library book sale,
sponsored by the Friends of the Wakarusa
Public Library, along with demonstrations
by wood carving artisans near the Brown
and Brown building. Both will conclude at
5 p.m.
Indulging the senses
Local sugar camp tours will begin at
10 a.m. and will continue until 5:30 p.m.
behind the Corner Cafe on State Road 19.
The Wakarusa PTO will open the doors
of Nelson’s Banquet Hall at 11 a.m. to wel-
come diners to the all-you-can-eat barbecue
feast, which will end at 8 p.m.
Adults can eat for $10, children’s meals
will cost $6, and preschool youngsters will
pay $3.
Shuttle services will commence at noon,
which will allow visitors to be transported
to outlying sections of the festival that
are situated further beyond the downtown
area.
The afternoon will usher in some activi-
ties for the children to enjoy with their
families, such as the new “Xtreme Fun
Bouncy Land” on West Waterford Street,
which will feature a “Euro Bungee,” an
“Xtreme Jump,” and a mechanical bull ride
simulator.
The play area will remain open until
dark. Young riders can also experience the
thrill of a pony or camel ride between 5 and
9 p.m.
Another new element of festival fun will
be the addition of the “Mapleicious” tent, in
which Wakarusa’s resident culinary expert
in maple baking, Natalie Cook, will share
some of her luscious creations, including
maple infused scones, cookies, and cheese-
cake.
Her tent will be located near the Chamber
of Commerce office, with 10 percent of
the proceeds benefitting Tiny Hands
44th Maple Syrup Festival is here again
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Inspiring Health, Happiness & Wholeness Above-Down, Inside-Out
Greg M. Adams, D.C.
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Wakarusa Family
Enjoy the
Maple Syrup Festival!
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(Including Casey Weston from ‘The Voice’!)
APRIL 19 & 20
Lion’s Club All-You-Can-Eat Pancakes & Sausage
FREE SUGAR CAMP TOURS
More information online: wakarusamaplesyrupfestival.com
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International.
At the Wakarusa Historical Museum complex, tours will
take place from 2 to 6 p.m., with one of the highlights being
the newly acquired “Bird’s Eye View” exhibits lovingly
mastered and crafted by the late Devon Rose.
A Civil War re-enactment scenario will also be ongoing,
with several buildings open to display a broad spectrum of
Wakarusa memorabilia.
Magician John Measner will present a magic show in
the second entertainment tent at 3 p.m. His act will be fol-
lowed by the Indiana Wild Animal Show, which will take
to the same stage at 4 p.m. Measner will return to the arena
for a 5:30 p.m. encore, as will the Indiana Wild Animal
Show at 6:30 p.m.
Over in the first entertainment tent, a select group of
singers from NorthWood Middle School will perform
at 3:30 p.m., with the Wakarusa Elementary show choir
Younger Generation set to appear at 4:15 p.m.
NorthWood High School’s Dawning Generation and
Vocal Jazz troupes will showcase their talents with a 5 p.m.
show.
Rock-n-roll ... and royalty
On Friday afternoon, the Lions Club will be gearing up
for their popular pancake and sausage dinner, which will
be held at NorthWood Middle School between 4 and 8 p.m.
Adults can partake of the all-you-can-eat affair for $8, while
children can dine for just $3.
After the meal, folks can wander through the school and
visit several non-profit vendors from the region, including
the Helping Hands from Zion Missionary Church.
Members of the Baugo Church community will be sell-
ing baked goods and crafts, as will representatives of the
Pony Express Riders.
Nappanee Brethren in Christ Church will be offering
baked goods and noodles.
Just a short walk up the path to Wakarusa Elementary is
the setting where antique booths are scheduled for display
from 5 to 8 p.m.
Back at the middle school gym, the “Jumpin’ Eagles” of
Elm Road Elementary will be warming up the audience
awaiting the coronation of the 2013 Maple Syrup Festival
Queen. The title will be bestowed upon a young lady in
the eighth grade, chosen from a field of contestants.
One lucky girl of kindergarten age will also be named as
the Maple Syrup Festival Sweetheart.
The first night of the festival will end on a musical high
note when Spike and the Bulldogs rocks the stage of the
first entertainment tent, energizing the crowd with tunes
from the ‘50s and ‘60s.
This will mark the final act of the evening, as all festival
events are slated to conclude by 9 p.m.
The festival flows along
By the time the sun rises in full on Saturday, April 20,
Wakarusa will already be humming with activity as the
second day of the festival gets underway.
Another chance to partake of the Lions Club pancake
and sausage meal will occur from 7 a.m. until 3 p.m.
at NorthWood Middle School, and a 3-on-3 basketball
tournament will carry on from 8 a.m. until 4 p.m., also at
the school.
The downtown square and surrounding vicinity will
provide the same setting for much of the same festivities
as Friday’s schedule, with several additional features and
competitions.
The maple syrup baking contest will be held from 8:30
to 9 a.m., with items being judged at Shear Adventure on
South Elkhart Street.
At Larimer Furniture’s Waterford Street store, a quilting
bee and display will start at 9 a.m. and continue until 4 p.m.,
which is the same time frame that folks can watch chain saw
carving demonstrations just west of the town park.
Visitors will want to linger near the center of town to be
able to see the parade take to the streets at 10 a.m.
Immediately following the parade will be the tractor
show and the registration for the cross-cut saw contest, the
latter of which begins at 11:30 a.m.
Those who would like to see breathtaking panoramic
views of Wakarusa and its environs can take flight aboard
one of the many helicopter rides slated to occur between 11
a.m. and 4 p.m.
Those with an adventurous and competitive spirit might
feel driven to take part in the “Minute Will Win It” events
at the Town Park.
Sign-up for the two categories of adults and children’s
ages opens at 11:30 a.m., with the games set to start at 12:30
p.m. Participants can test their mettle through a variety of
daring tasks for a chance to win several cash prizes.
Other crowd favorite contests that will be conducted
about town include the Baby Olympics at noon in Bible
Baptist Church, the Pedal Pull just west of downtown
beginning at 1 p.m., and the Bed Race dashing along the
South Elkhart Street corridor at 2:30 p.m.
If cheering on a favorite contest contender works up an
appetite, the Wakarusa PTO will present another barbecue
meal at Nelson’s Banquet Hall between 11 a.m. and 8 p.m.,
with the same ticket prices as Friday’s offering.
A send-off with style
The two entertainment venues will continue to be brim-
ming with excitement, with the same acts as the previous
day appearing intermittently all afternoon and evening.
There will be quite a few headliners added to the roster
on Saturday, including country music sensation Corey Cox,
who will liven up the stage from 11:30 a.m. until 1 p.m.
Retro musicians The Tides, sharing their interpretation of
songs spanning from the ‘50s to the present will dive into a
two-hour set from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m.
From 4 to 5 p.m., the first entertainment tent is the place
to be for a chance to hear Casey Weston, an award-winning
songstress from the top-rated NBC television show “The
Voice.” Weston, a protege of Maroon 5 lead singer Adam
Levine, will share a playlist featuring songs from her new-
est album release, entitled “Find the Moon,” along with
tunes from her self-titled debut CD.
Weston’s time in Wakarusa won’t simply be limited to the
stage, however.
She’ll be serving as one of the celebrity judges during
the “Minute Will Win It” games taking place on Saturday
afternoon.
The festival will conclude with a spectacular salute
to the local talents of the community during the “Wakarusa’s
Got Talent” artistic showcase. The concert will be held from
5:30 to 7:30 p.m. and will serve as a fitting finale for the 44th
edition of the Maple Syrup Festival.
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WALKERTON — In
the Northern Indiana-
Northwest Ohio Regional
Scholastic Writing competi-
tion, nine John Glenn stu-
dent writers earned 10 Gold
Keys, nine Silver Keys, and
four Honorable Mentions
for their creative writings.
These are the most writ-
ing awards JGHS has ever
received, and the 10 Gold
Key writings went on to
national competition in
New York City. The JGHS
Regional Scholastic Writing
winners were the follow-
ing: Sarah Wolff, two Gold
Keys for Flash Fiction
stories; Elizabeth Wilks,
two Gold Keys for Short
Story and Poetry; Brittnie
Spornhauer, Silver Key for
Science Fiction story; Ben
Seely, two Silver Keys for
Short Story and Science
Fiction; Allie Pudlo, Silver
Key for Poetry; Tyler Loop,
Silver Key and Honorable
Mention for Flash Fiction
story and Poetry; Andrew
Kensinger, Gold Key,
Silver Key, and Honorable
Mention for Short Story and
Poetry; Jahna Almaguer,
Gold Key and two Silver
Keys for Short Story; and
Janay Crane, four Gold
Keys, a Silver Key, and
two Honorable Mentions
for Personal Essay, Humor,
Poetry, Flash Fiction, and
her Senior Writing Portfolio.
The 23 writing awards and
10 Gold Keys were the most
writing Gold Keys of any
Northern Indiana school at
the Fort Wayne Regional.
Crane also won a $500 Tri-
Kappa Award for having
the best Writing Portfolio of
any student in the Regional.
Paul Hernandez, the
creative writing teacher at
John Glenn High School,
is extremely proud of his
students’ accomplishments.
All of the winning writ-
ings and many others will
be included in the 2013
Aerial, JGHS’s award win-
ning literary-art magazine,
which went on sale in mid
March. The magazine will
also feature many of the
Scholastic artwork win-
ners from John Thomas’
art classes. The 166-page
magazine, with the theme
“XXX-Edition,”celebrates
the 30th birthday of the
literary magazine, and can
be purchased at the school
for only $5. The National
Council of Teachers of
English recently notified the
school that the 2012 Aerial
had earned recognition
as”Superior Nominated
for Highest Award.” Only
two high schools in Indiana
earned that high rank-
ing: John Glenn and Park
Tudor, a private school in
Indianapolis. This makes
the Aerial one of the top
two literary magazines in
the state.
The Scholastic Writing
Awards are an important
opportunity for students
to be recognized for their
creative talents. Each year,
the National Arts Alliance
partners with more than
100 regional affiliates across
the country to bring the
program to local communi-
ties. Teens in grades seven
through 12 can apply in 30
categories of art and writ-
ing for the chance to earn
scholarships and have
their works exhibited or
published.
Gold Key award writ-
ings continue on to the
national level.
JGHS writers win 23 Regional Scholastic Awards
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The nine JGHS writers winning 23 Regional Scholastic Writing awards were, front row,
from left: Tyler Loop and Andrew Kensinger; back: Sarah Wolff, Brittnie Spornhauer,
Elizabeth Wilks, Jahna Almaguer, Ben Seely, Janay Crane, and Allison Pudlo.
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• MoonTree Studios will host Earth
Day Catapult Contest, Launch of Life, and
Artist’s Day Out from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
The Catapult Contest and Launch of Life
are presented by pre-registered teams who
have built their own throwing machine,
but spectators are invited to cheer them
on. Admission to the event is free and
there will be food and music. Bring your
lawn chairs. Amateur artists, students of
art and art educators who pre-register are
invited to free presentations sponsored by
Strathmore Papers and Gamblin Artists’
Colors in MoonTree Gallery from 1 to
4:30 p.m. on the same day. Call MoonTree
Studios at 574-935-1712 for more informa-
tion and to register.
• The Friends of the Culver-Union
Township Public Library will have a book
sale from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
SUNDAY, APRIL 28
• The Pioneer Auto Association will
hold its 50th annual swap meet and
car show at the St. Joseph County 4-H
Fairgrounds from 6:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. The
auto show will feature foreign, classic and
collector cars, and trucks. Vendors will
also be on hand to buy and sell antiques,
collectibles, toys, auto literature and parts.
There will be a $200 50th anniversary
prize for car show entrants. Pre-registered
car corral and swap spaces are $15, at
the gate $20. Car show spaces cost $15.
Admission is $5 for adults, $1 for children
8 to 15, and younger than 8, free. For more
information, please visit pioneerautoassn.
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will meet at 2 p.m. in the basement of Our
Redeemer Lutheran Church, 805 S. 29th
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