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   Mansfield News Journal (Newspaper) - February 26, 1976, Mansfield, Ohio                               the Records. In Mansfield Today The foUowiog records are obtained from lists provided by the two hospitals. Hospital Notes GENERAL HOSPITAL Admissions amy Harris, 216 Rhein Ave.; Chad A. Smith. 405 Marion Ave.; Glenna F. Hershberger, 660 Pennsylvania Ave.; Mary K. Kornhaus, 1409 Beechdale Dr.; Carol A. Wanchick, Ash- land; Valinda J. Carpenter, Lexington, RD 6; Michael A. Geer, Shelby; Joanne R. Shoup, 1327 Circle Drive East: Jeffrey M. Tackett, Shelby. RD 2; Lucille M. Green, Plymouth; Cheryl D. Black. Perrysville; Dean M. Taylor, Mansfield: Jeffrey S. Bloomfield, Shiloh, RD 2: Sharon A. Mowry, 70 Sunset Rd.; Carol A. Herrick, State Route 314: Stewart T. Frisk. Mansfield, RD9; Carl L. Meister, Bucyrus: Nancy L. Eagleston, 266 Cliff- brook Dr.: Genevieve M. Swank. 1712 Lindaire Lane: Nicholas G. Whyel, Ashland; Kathryne L. Gore, Lexing- ton; Shirley DeWitt, 1070 Lau- relwood Rd.; Herbert K. Hay- nie, 291 Fourth Ave.; Elli M. Schlupp. 851 Arling- ton Ave.: Paul J. Moritz. Mill- ersburg. RD 2: Thelma L. Un- derbill, 728 Mansfield- Washington Rd.; Seth D. Pyers. 410 Plainview Ave.: Joseph G. Isley, Ashley: Freda M. Struble, Carding- ton; Joyce J. Stancato, 646 Fleming Falls Rd.; Jimmy D. Binion Jr., 295 West Fifth St.; Thomas L. Ro- ger, 1220 Lenox Ave.; Kelly A. Jackenheimer, Ashland, RD 2: Elizabeth W. Ride- nour. 3084 Sherman Rd.: Judy Conley, 273 Pomerene Rd.: Earl D. Fuller, 348 West Sixth St.; Pamela K. Mazza. 76 Brickman Ave.; Robert M. Schaffer. Mansfield. RD 12. Releases Melinda L. Bel- cher, 1048 Priar Rd.; Archie P. Campbell, 850 Millsboro Rd.: Gail L. Weeks. 369 Grandridge Ave.; Wanda L. Stone, 971 Crestwood Dr.; Flossie L. Winget. Butler; Chester L. Miller. Bellville. KU 2; Peter A. Dunkle, 921 Ashland Rd.; Charles E. Lee, Bellville, RD 3; Robert C. Taylor, Crestline: Joan L. Harris, 904 Dream Dr.: Jeromy March- ant. West Fourth St.; Dorothy M. Riley, 554 Clear- view Rd.; B. Jeanette Cal- ver. 1568 Lexington Ave.: Daisy B. Donato, 1956 Tan- glewood Dr.; Dora B. Hurst, 900 East- view Dr.; Wilma J. Norris, Greenwich, RD 1: Jennifer R. Wolfgang. Butler, RD 1; Lisa D. Guinn, 143 Fairlawn Ave.: Helen V. Hawk, Shelby; Linda A. Spreng, Lou- donville. RD 1; baby girl Spreng. Loudonville. RD 1; Claudia J. Bush. 396 Muth Rd.: Vicki L. Stewart, Bellville. RD 3; baby girl Bush, 396 Muth Rd.; Faye F. Hawk, Shelby; Nadine Parker, 533 Bryden Rd.: Janice M. Ram- sey, Galion, RD 2; Peggy J. Spellman. Shiloh, RD 2; Eve- lyn M. Kiernan, 2276 Park Av- enue West; baby girl Stew- art. Bellville, RD 3: Myra J. Neal, 154 Reba Ave.; baby girl Neal, 154 Reba Ave.; Michelle L. Cres- well, 27 Hoffer Ave.; Cari J. Ruehle. 96 Oxford Rd.; Gary N. Holbrook, 687 West Straub Rd.; Bonnie R. Rain, 1153 Ma- rianna Dr.: Kevin R. Ford, Crestline; Richard E. Wal- ter, Ashland: Penny S. Miller, 1009 Fair- fax Ave.: Jodi L. Payton, Bellville, RD 2: Robert J. Ad- kins, 1007 Grace St.; Kevin M. Huddleston, Willard, RD 4; Kenneth L. Houston Jr., Shiloh; Erin D. Kisling. Bell- ville. RD 3; Shirley sier, 1626 Candlewood Ter- race. PEOPLE'S HOSPITAL Admissions Robert Crutchfield, 439 Lida St.; Mrs. Carl Dunham, 222 Vz St.; Mary A. Long. Shelby: Mrs. Ishmael Kissin- ger, Shiloh; Daryl Flynn, Bellville; Brian M. West. Bellville: Christina D. West. Bellville: David Lewis. 635 McPherson St.: Mrs. Stanley Welsh. 841 Tanglewood Dr.; Caledonia Man Dies in Crash CALEDONIA Caledonia volunteer fireman Michael R. Landis. 32, was killed about 7 a.m. today in a one- vehicle accident while he was responding to a fire near Clar- idon. Landis was the driver of a fire tanker. According to re- ports, the truck attempted to make a turn from Main St. in Caledonia onto State Route 309 when the truck rolled over, crushing Landis who was thrown from the cab. One unofficial report placed Screams Thwart Abduction A woman's screams of fear thwarted an attempted abduc- tion last night, according to a report made to Mansfield po- lice by the victim. Mary Yamchuk, 21, of 615 Bailey Dr.. told police a man entered her apartment, choked her with a scarf and put a meat fork to her neck about p.m. yesterday. She said he was taking her to a car when she screamed and two men responded, caus- ing her assailant to flee. The woman told police the man is a former boyfriend that she has not dated for about 18 months. the cause of the accident as brake failure. Marion County Coroner Dr. Robert T. Gray said Landis, of 2625 Caledonia North Rd.. died because of a crushed chest and head. Two other men in the truck were thrown clear and suffered only minor injuries. They were Robert Snyder. 23. of 6191 Harding Highway East, and Robert Jack Reece, 42, of 3565 Cale- donia North Rd. The truck was responding to a barn fire at the Harry Wickersham property on Whetstone River Rd. The fire destroyed the barn, machinery and livestock, ac- cording to Don Hempstead. clerk of the First Consoli- dated Fire District. The dis-' trict is composed of fire units from Caledonia; Scott, Tully and Claridoni townships in Marion County and part of Ca- naan Township in Morrow County. The fire call was received about 7a.m. and a rescue unit was sent to the accident scene at a.m. Marion County sheriff's deputies and officers from the Marion state highway patrol post were summoned about a.m. Hempstead said that under a mutual aid pact, the Marlon Township Fire Department sent a tanker to Caledonia as a back-up unit for the dam- aged truck. 2 OSR Escapees Remain at Large Two inmates from the Ohio State Reformatory remained at large this morning after walking away from the pris- on's honor farm about p.m. yesterday. The inmates were identi- fied as Wayne Ivec, 20, serv- ing two to 15 years tor bur- glary and breaking and entering, and Danny Gray. 19, serving four to 25 years for aggravated robbery, breaking and entering and grand theft. Ivec was sentenced from Stark and Lake Counties and was received at OSR on June 18 of last year. Gray was sen- tenced from Stark County and began serving his sen- tence on July 14 of last year. E W SPAPEfifl IC H H Reformatory officials said they had no information on the escapes, other than that the pair walked away while on job assignments at the hon- or tarm. Also yesterday, Mark Pol- lock, a reformatory inmate, escaped in Toledo where he was being transported to face further criminal charges. Pollock was later found by police in a Toledo alley still chained and handcuffed. Pollock was in the news last year when he escaped five times from the Oregon City Jail, near Toledo, His es- capes caused shakeups in po- lice ranks. Walden Kenyon. Lexing- ton; Mrs. George Stout, 118 Lee Lane; Mrs. Willis Pratt Shiloh; Joseph G. Griffon, 1513 North Lexington-Spring- mill Rd.; Roy Lawhorn, 1190 Fairfax Ave.; Mrs. Floyd M. Friend, 657 Fairfax Ave.; Ir ene Miles, Woodlawn Nursing Home; Mrs. Ray Dunn, But- ler: Mrs. Floyd McFarland, 2679 Mt. Zion Rd.; Earl Gil- liam. Shelby. Caudill, 4646 Millsboro Rd.; Marie Barry, 641 Bowman St.; Wil- liam Browning, 958 North Trimble Rd.; Mrs. Roger Tal- bott, Bellville; Patricia King, 110 Jeanette Ave.: Virginia Rhodes, Bellville; Mrs. Lu- cilla Ward, 673 "Armstrong St.; Mrs. Elwood Colegrove, 272 Spring St.: Kimberly Met2, Mansfield. RD 4; Mrs. Allen Higgenbo- tham. 355 West Sixth St.: Mrs. Carl Harry, 276 Green- lawn Ave.; Max Eugene Stahl, Bellville; Mrs. Anna Stecher, 1602 Beal Rd.: Rich- ard Myers. 779 Annadale Ave.: Robert Roberts, Dun- can Falls; Dea Castle, 209 KinkleRd.: Glyndola Rose. Paramore Nursing Home; Mrs. Richard Hilton. 600 Ashland Rd.; Mrs. Harold Bricker, 83 Ausdale Ave.: Mrs. Lester S. Com- pton, 239 Sturges Ave. Births GENERAL HOSPITAL Monday Daughter to Miss Janet L. Rush. 128 Boughton Ave. Wednesday Daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wanchick, Ashland. Daughter to Mr. and Mrs. David Hershberger, 660 Penn- sylvania Ave. Daughter to Mr. and Mrs. David Thompson, rear 1209 Woodville Rd. Son to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Powers. 275'2 West Fourth St. Daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Gary Carpenter. Lexington. RD6. PUBLIC NOTICE Your Rlfit to KBOW and be informed of the functions of your government are embodied in le- gal notices. In that self-government charges all citizens to be informed: this newspaper urges every citizen to read and study these notices. We strongly advise those citizens, seeking further information, to exercise their right of access to public records and puDlic meetings. NOTICE TO PUBLISH Nathaniel Mack III. whose address is unknown, will take notice that Linda B. Mack has fijed Case No. 75- against him in the Richland County Common Pleas Court for di- vorce" custody of minor children and other proper relief on grounds set forth in her complaint. Defendant is required to answer said complaint within 28 days after the date of last publication which will be April 15. 1976. Gene E. Coffey, Clerk of Courts County Administration Bide. Mansfield, Ohio 44902 George R- Keyser 28 Park Avenue West Mansfield. Ohio 44901 Attorney for Plaintiff (Feb 5-12-19-26. March 4-11. NJ "76 J 123177) Legal Notice The State Manpower Services Coun- cil is requesting proposals for FY '77 State Manpower Service (SMS) pro- grams. State Manpower Service pro- grams are funded under a special grant to the Governor authorized by the Comprehensive Employment and Training Act of 1973 As a component of CETA. the general pur- pose of the grant is to provide em- ployment and training activities for unemployed and un- deremployed. SMS funds are primar- ily used for statewide services or for participant services, staff upgrading, or data collections activities which cannot be feasibly conducted at the lo- cal level. Any individual or organization may submit a proposal-, however, the regu- lations disallow the funding of a pro- gram which would produce profit for the contractor. The geographic area served is the State of Ohio or any part thereof Proposals must be submitted in triplicate on the form provided by request on or before March 31. 1976. Upon receipt, proposals will be re- viewed by the Office of Manpower De- velopment staff in accordance with criteria established by the Council Findings will then be presented to the Council who will make recommen- dations to the Governor, who has fi- nal decision-making authority. Please contact Linda L. Marshall, SMSC I.iason. at for fur- ther information (February 26-27-28 NJ '76 J 123270) LEGAL NOTICE The Clerk-Treasurer and Village Ad- ministrator of The Village of Ontario, Ontario. Ohio will receive sealed Bids until 12 00 noon on March 26. 1976. and at that time publicly open and read aloud, for the furnishing of Life Insurance, for the employees of the Village of Ontario. Ontario, Ohio Simultaneously, separate sealed bids will also be received for Medical. Hos- pital. Surgical, and Health Care Insur- ance for the employees of The Vil- lage of Ontario. Ontario, Ohio all in accordance with the specifications as drawn by the Village Council and on file in the office of the said Village Clerk-Treasurer and Village Adminis- trator Attention oi Bidders is called to the special instructions which are in- cluded in the proposed contract docu- ments and special requirements, such documents and requirements may be secured from the office of The Vil- lage Clerk-Treasurer and Village Ad- ministrator In the event a Bidder chooses to submit bids on both the said Life In- surance and the said Medical. Hospi- tal. Surgical and Health Care Insur- ance, ho shall submit separate and distinct bids on each item. Each bid must contain the full name of every person or Company in- terested in the same, and be accom- panied by a bond in the sum of fifty dollars or a certified check on some solvent bank, as a guarantee that if the bid is accepted, a con- tract will be entered into within for- ty-five (45) days of an award and its performance properly secured Should any bid be rejected, such bond will be forthwith returned to the bidder and should any bid be accepted, .such check will be returned upon the prop- er execution and securing of the Con- tract The Village of Ontario. Ontario Ohio shall award the contract for the purchase of the Life Insurance or the Medical. Hospital. Surgical and Health plan to the bidder who submits the lowest and best bid The Village "I Ontario reserves the right to reject .my and all bids and to Hdivi'din irregularities. Virginia E Martin Clerk-Treasurer John 1' McPherson Village Administrator ir'onrikirv M March 4-11-18 NJ 76 J 123264) PUBLIC NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE Sealed bids will be received hy the Uirector ol Public Service-Safety of I he City of Mansfield. Ohio at the of- lice o( said Director until Twelve 0 dock (12 oo Noon. Eastern Stand- aril Time. 12. 1976 for the im- provement of (he City of Mansfield lolit'o Division by the purchase of one b orensic CompaVison Microscope. specifications for the pro- posed new Microscope and proposal forms arp on file in the office of the Citv Engineer and will be made avail- able to prospective bidders upon request. Bids are to he submitted only gn forms lurnished by the City Kngincer Proposals shall be sealed in an enve- plainly marked on the outside, Hid lor Bids mtibt contain the full name of every person or company interested in the same and must be accom- panied by a certified check on some solvent bank, in the sum of Fifty Dol- lars IS50 00) pavablc to the Director 01 Public Service-Safety of the City of Mansfield. Ohio, as' a guarantee that if (he bid is accepted, a con- trol will be entered into and its per- formance properly secured. Should any bid be rejected, such check will be forthwith returned to the bidder and should any bid be accepted, such check mil be returned upon proper ex- ecution and securing of the contract. The City of Mansfield, Ohio shall award the contract for the Com- Forensic Microscope to the bidder, who in the sole opinion of the City, submits the lowest and best bid. The City of Mansfield, Ohio re- serves the right to reject any and all bids and to wane any irregularities By order of (he 'Director of Public Service-Safety of the City of Mans- field Ohm Authorized by Ordinance >o i6-63 passed February 3 1976 Peter Zimmerman Service-Safety Director (February 26 March 4 NJ '76 .____________ -I CITATION Case No. The State of Ohm. Richland County. Juvenile Court "To whom it may concern" (Al- leged Father) of Angela Noel Anstine whereas, a complaint duly verified according to has been filed in this Court that a certain child, to- wn Angela Noel Anstine age 6 months (born 9'4 75) appears to oe a dependent Child, in that conditions and environment are such as to war- rant the State, in the best interests of said child, assuming custody, and Richland County Children Services Board is requesting permanent custo- dy of said child in accordance with Section 2151 04 of the Ohio Revised Code, said conditions being as for lows (II Angela is an illegitimate child whose father is unknown (2) Angela's mother. Nancv An- stine. has an extensive history of men- tal instability and has been hospi- talized in various psychiatric hospitals at frequent intervals since adolescence. <3) Nancy has come to the decision that it would be best if the child were adopted so that it would not have an upsetting fife and or be ex posed to her recognized instability You are commanded in cite "to whom it may concern" (Alleged Fa- ther) to personally be and appear be- fore the Juvenile "Court at JUVENILE ATTENTION CENTER. 275 Hedges Street. Mansfield. Ohio on the 16th day of March 1976 at o'clock P.M. Any party is entitled to counsel in the proceedings and the Court will ap point counsel it the party is indigent. A person so cited to appear and who fails to do so. may be punished as in other cases for'contempt of court You will make due return of this writ on the 16th day of March. 1976 NOTICE: If the complaint contains a prayer for permanent custodv in a dependency case, the parents are here- by advised that the granting of such custodv permanently divests the par- ents of their parental rights and privi- leges. WITNESS my hand and the seal of said Court, this 17th day of February 1976 David R. Arbaugh Judge By Marianne Cappadonna Deputy Clerk t February 26 NJ '76 J 123238) Classified! NEWS JOURNAL Classified Information 522-3311 NEW OFFICE HOURS: Monday through Thursday......................................8 to6 Friday..........................................8 to 8 Closed Saturday DEADLINES Non-Commercial Advertising New Ads Noo Mon. for Tues., Noon Tues. for Wed., Noon Wed. for Thurs., Noon Thurs. for Fri., Noon Fri. for Sat., 8 p.m. Fri. for Sun. and Won. Pick-up Ads, corrections and cancella- tions 3 p.m. day before publication, 8 p.m. Fri. for Sun. and Mon. CLASSIFIED RATES: Family Want Ads 3 lines 7 days 50c each additional line Commercial Open Rate 3 lines 7 days S6.75 3 lines 30 days Additional lines extra per inch daily S3.95 per Inch Sunday CLASSIFICATIONS ANNOUNCEMENTS 101. Death Notices 102. Card of Thanks 103. InMemoriam 104. Funeral Directors 105. Florist Funeral Design 106. Cemetery Lots Monuments 108. Lost, Found 109. Travel Transportation 110. Personal Announcements AUCTIONS 111. Auctions MERCHANDISE 112. Wanted to Buy Swap 113. Antiques Stamps Coins -114. Garage Sales IS. Most Anything Lawn and Garden Musical Instruments Camera, Supplies RECREATIONAL 119. Camping Travel Trailers Boats Motors "121 Sports Equipment AGRICULTURAL 123. Livestock 124. Farm, Food Products 125 Farm Construction EDUCATION 126. Trade TecH Schools EMPLOYMENT 130. Employment Agencies 131. Administrative 132. Professional 133. Clerical Office 134. Technical Trades 135 General Help 136. Sales Opportunities 137. Telephone Sales 138. Clubs Restaurants 139. Domestic Services IOBS WANTED 140 Work Wanted Services FINANCIAL 145. Business Opportunities 146. Investment Stocks -Bonds 147. Money to Loan Wanted RENTALS 150. Apartments Furnished 151. Apartments Unfurnished Houses Furnished 153. Houses Unfurnished 154. Light Housekeeping Rooms 155. Room and Board 156 Sleeping Rooms 157 Mooile Homes Rent 158. Garages Parking 159 Farms and Land Rent 160 Business Property Rent or Lease 161. Lake and Resort Property 162. Wanted to Rent WBILE HOMES 165 Mobile Homes 146 Modular Homes -EAL ESTATE WANTED 167 Real Estate Wanted REAL ESTATE FOR SALE 170 NW Mansfield 171. NE Mansfield 172. SW Mansfield 173. SE Mansfield 174 Ontario 175 Lexington 176 Bellville- Butler (Continued in Next Column) 177. Shelby 178. Geographically Unclassed Industrial 110. Investment 181. Lots and Acreage 182. Farms and Land 183. Out of Town 184. Lake and Resort TRUCKS AND TRAILERS 189. Heavy Duty Light Duty TRANSPORTATION Bicycles Motorcycles Import Sports Misc. Autos American Motors Products Gremlin Chrysler Products Chrysler Dodge Plymouth Ford Products Ford Lincoln Mercury General Motors Products Bulck Chevrolet Oldsmobile Pontiac Auto Parts, Accessories to Person Family Want Ad Rate Applicable To These Classifications. Announcements 101-Death Notices MITCHELL Marion W. Mitchell, of 547 Wayne St., brother of Wesley Mitchell, Mrs. Dawn Norris, Mrs. Earl (Ei- leen) Wilcox and Mrs. Gloria Wil- cox was found dead Tuesday in his home following an unexpected ill- ness. Friends may call in Fine- frock's Thursday afternoon and eve- ning where funeral services will be conducted Friday at one thirty o'clock by Rev. Richard Yaussy, pastor of Ontario United Methodist Church officiating. Interment in On- tario Cemetery. FINEFROCK'S SERVICES SAMPSEL Bert Sampsel, 85, of 240 Rudy Road, Ontario, died Tuesday morning in his home. Born May 11, 1890. Surviv- ing are his wife, Evaline Sampsel; three grandchildren; seven great grandchildren; two sons, James Ed- ward and Lawrence Ellwood Sampsel preceded him in death. Ser- vices will be held Friday at p.m. at the Diamond Street Home of the Wappner Funeral Directors by his pastor, Rev. Ermon French. Burial will be in I.O.O.F. Cemetery, Lucas. Ohio. WAPPNER FUNERAL DIRECTORS 102-Card of Thanks In remembrance of Ella Fisher, who passed away 1 year ago today, Feb. 26, 1975. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bauer and family. The family of Nellie Cansler wishes to thank all of our friends and neighbors for the flowers, cards, food and all of your kind expressions of sympathy during the death of our mother. We especially want to thank all the members of Greater St. John Church of God and Christ for just being there when we needed you. Thank God for the saints. Signed, daughter, son and family. The family of Steven Lee Wilging wishes to thank our friends, relatives, neigh- bors. Dr. Charles Brown, the staff of General Hospital and Byerly Funeral Home, for all the help and comfort we received when Steven went home to be with the Lord. And a special thanks to Pastor Holtzapple, Diamond Hills Bap- tist Church and Mansfield Christian School for undergirdlng us with prayer. Signed Walter and Mono Wilging, Scot, Sandy, Sally and Stuart. Funeral Directors FINEFROCK'S SERVICE GEIGER HERLIHY Funeral Home 524-5532 The Jones Memorial Funeral Home TERESA PEIFFER, director 681 Park Ave. W.- 522-8111 WAPPNER FUNERAL DIRECTORS TWO LOCATIONS 98 S. Diamond St. 100 Lex.-Sprlngmfll Rd. 522-5211 529-2323 Monuments MOVING OUT OF STATE must sell 4 grave, located Colonial Memorial Gar- dens, S175 each or 4 for 522-1 HI. 2 SPACES Mansfield Memorial Park. S190 Includes deed. Phone 892-2040 after 4. Found FOUND: female blue tick. Garter Rd. area. 886-3332. FOUND: Set of car keys, around Cline and Marion Ave. 525-1759. FOUND: Siamese cat, Madison Rd. area. 524-0992. FOUND: Small 1 yr old, mixed breed. Black with white feet and nose. Female. Call 524-7944. FOUND Black and white male cat. S. Diamond St. at the Quick Check. Call 747-4174, Humane Society. FOUND male Pekingese, approx. 4 yrs. old, left eye missing or swollen shut. 756-8722, S. Main and Cook Rds. LOST: Female Pekingese, Champagne, wearing orange collar. Vicinity of 326 Harker St. REWARD! 522-7236. LOST: Gray tiger cat, male, white flea collar, all white feet with front mitten paws. Vic. of N. Home Rd. 529-4410. LOST: Male German Shepherd, silver- back, 1 year old. Ans. to Jacob. 525-3277. LOST declawed, striped neutered male tiger cat. Missing some teeth, Fleming Falls Rd. area. 589-6535 after 4. I Announcements WARNING to the writers of fictitious advertising. It is a criminal act under Section 2739-17 of the Ohio Revised Code to publish fic- titious advertisements for purposes of harassment or practical jokes. Persons doing so wilt be prosecuted by this news- paper to 'he full extent of the law. You are subject to penalties of fine imprisonment. Auctions Ill-Auctions BILL FREY, AUCTIONEER For The Best In Household Auction Phone Shelby 342-4290 C.A BLY AUCTIONEER 25 Years Experience Rt 1 Shelby. O. 896-2452 McCready McCready Auctioneers, licensed- bonded 529-5577 or 756-5129 1500 W. 4th, Mansfield Neil ROBINSON Assoc. AUCTIONEERS 524-4923 Mansfield 756-4032 NEWT DILGARD AGENCY Auctioneers Ashland 326-2122 125 Union at Main PETE NADASON AUCTIONEER SITES RD MANSFIELD, OHIO 589-2370 M9-62J2 AUCTION SERVICE Charles A. Wilbur Whatman Streib Farm-Household-Antlques Real Estate JIM ROGERS AUCTIONEER Household, Estates, and Farm sales Mans. Ohio 747-1787 or 747-1961 REAL ESTATE AT AUCTION SAT., FEB. 28 A.M. located at 550 Springmill St. and Woodland Ave. (west of Bowman) consisting of 2000 square foot brick and block commercial building presently used as a laundromat. Excel- lent lease with good return. Call Auctioneer to see or for more details. Terms 10% day of sale, balance on delivery of deed. COME AND MAKE YOUR Jacob Baumann Owner Charles A. Whatman Realtor and Auctioneer 525-0064 883-3871 PUBLIC AUCTION Sat. Feb. 28 A.M. 539 AAAPLE ST. Mansfield, Ohio Having sold our offer the follow- ing for sale. ANTIQUES AND RELATED ITEMS Unique Oriental break- front, Love seat and sofa, old prints and frames, curio cabinet, French man- tel clock, kidney desk, wall mirror and sconces, unusu- al hi-back chair, Victorian ladies chair, coalburning French fireplace stove (enamel over rattan chest, round table, clock display case, WICKER bird cage, brass floor lamp, WICKER planter, bookends, vases, HAND PAINTED plates, Havi- land, LIMOGES, BISQUE, WEDGWOOD, brass items, BENNINGTON milk pitcher, flo blue, R.S., Germany, ironstone, STEINS AND MUGS, banks, dolls, pitcher col lec- tion, child's WILLOW tea set, cracker jar, duck de- coy, child's Chitaqua desk, rocker, oil lamps, Com- memorative plates, 15 STERLING spoons, tri- vets, depression, North- wood, paper weights, bas- kets, doll beds, cradles, Victorian collapsible book- case, BOOKS, 9x12 rug, bedding, twin beds, stereo, vanity, bench, chairs, oval mirror, table lamps, li- brary table, folding screen, swivel desk chair, smoker, white leather chair, bedroom suite with chest, upright freezer, dresser and mirror, school desks and many, many oth- er items. Lunch Mr. Mrs. Richard Aronson Bill Yahney Auctioneer REALTY CO. 1M1P.A.W. MANSFIELD, 0. 529-3047 529-3347 PUBLIC AUCTION SAT. FEB. 28, 1976 NOON Located 8 mile North of Ashland on St. Rt. 511 to Twp. Rd. 564 turn right to second place on right. GE refrigerator-freezer, 30" electric range, (both rocker-recllner, Early American daven- port, coffee table and matching end tabjes occasional chairs. Stereo and stand, record cabinet, Sessions mantle clock mahogany din- ing table, 5 lenr back chairs, and buffet, small di- nette with two chairs, Sears small cast iron pot belly stove, Ceramic pend- ulum mantle clock, 4 piece bedroom suite, dresser, single bed, 2 wringer wash- ers Maytag and Speed Queen, FrigTdaire electric dryer, playpen (like high chair, stroller, lawn chairs, medicine cabinet, magazine rack, ceramics, Remington portable type- writer, curtains and rods, card table, vases, crock pot, West Bend cooker, set of dishes service for 8, blender, Sunbeam electric skillet, steins, telephone In- sulators, vaporizer, elec- tric space heater, what- nots, books, electric fan, books, badminton set, Christmas ornaments, bathroom shelving, bed- side boards, 9x12'and 8x11' rugs, 2 push mowers, gar- den hose, etc. 1972 450 cc Honda motor- ycle (excellent) 2 hel- mets, bike exercises, 1964 Chevrolet convertible (good auto- matic. 1965 Chevrolet ton pickup, standard trans- mission, V8, wide side bed. Terms: Cash. Lunch. OWNERS: MR. and MRS. RICKBOWEN AUCTIONEER AND REALTOR: ROBERTEBY RD 2 Ashland Phone 325-1014 Smith Auction-Open every Sunday p.m. 2 ml. W. of Johnsvllle on Co. Rd. JO, lust off Rt. 42. 419-362-2449. PUBLIC AUCTION Fri. 7 P.M. Sharp 17 Main St., Shiloh Phone Shelby 419-342-4290 30 Ga. barrel with spigot, 2 wheel hand trucks, gas tanks, 14 In. wheels, antique tools, IS In. wheels, truckload of new fur- niture, table lamps, recllners, rockers, Early American sofas and chairs, floor lamps. Carpeting (Indoor-outdoor, shags, plushes, sculptured gro- ceries, produce, watches, electric appli- ances, power tools, jewelry, blankets, bedspreads, scatter rugs (all bathroom rugs, pillows, sofa throws, pa- per cups, plates, placemats, shop towels, produce trays, natural gas heaters, bunk bed sets, Maytag washer and dryer, Hamilton electric dryer, kerosene lamps, ginger ale, disposable diapers, apples (Delicious and potatoes (50 Ib. bags and 20 Ib. onions CM Ib. material for drapes and pillow covers) naugahyde, 8 track tapes. Bill Frey, Auctioneer We pick up consignments Call Shelby 342-4290 PUBLIC AUCTION SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28 A.M. Breaking up housekeeping and moving, wilt offer the following, three gener- ations of household goods and antiques. Located 11 miles North of Mansfield, Ohio on Brubaker Creek Road at the In- tersection of Chesrown Road, East of State Route 13, Five Points East Road to Brubaker Creek Road. HOUSEHOLD GOODS AND ANTIQUE FURNI- TURE Unlco elec, refrigerator, Westlngnouse elec. range, wringer washer, coal and wood cook stove, RCA TV, new 30" elec. range with see thru oven, walnut 2 pc. flatback cupboard, oak cupboard top, small walnut flstback cupboard, cherry cupboard, 2 primitive antique stands, candle stand base, slant front secretary, sheet music cabinet, one PC. flatback cupboard, flatback cupboard top, 2 pc. flatback cupboard, walnut library table, antique stand, oak rockers, oak hall tree, fainting couch, oak straight chairs, oak drop leaf tables, plank bottom chairs, cane bottom chairs, library table, smok- ing stand, cane rocker, childs rocker, walnut step end table, book rack, plank bottom high chair, 3 pc. cane back living room suite, 2 pc. living room suite, office swivel chair, oak stand, china closet with glass door, oak buffet, Chippendale type chest of drawers, cherry chest of drawers, single rope bed, trundle bed, antique chest of drawers, wash stand, 2 Jenny Lind beds, 5 oak beds, iron and brass single bed, oak wash stand, oak dresser, baby bed. ANTIQUES AND PRIMITIVE ITEMS Tea leaf ironstone, Haviland white china, Adams handleless cup and sau- cer, soft paste mulberry pitcher, cut glass fluted plate, 4 cut glass tumblers, 18 hand painted plates arid saucers, min- iature milk glass lamps, spoon holder, celery, pattern glass, relish dishes, tooth- pick holders, 3 satin salt shakers, glass baskets, cream and sugars, Austrian and Limoge china, candy dishes. Individ- ual salts, berry sets, cruets, Shirley Temple pitcher, cracker {ars, cake stands, depression ware. New Haven small clock, 3 pocket watches, antique mirror, spongeware pitcher, Male-lies, pitcher and bowl, 3 battery radios and speakers, 2 easels, victrola, large primi- tive wooden box camera with wood table stand, Lare Gone With The Wind Lamp base, hanging lamp frame, primi- tive wood cider press, large copper kettle, wood butter paddles, wooden items, tin cookie cutters, tin advertising items, tinware, iron griddle, Iron kettles, iron horse bank, Himan primitive milk- ing machine, kitchen scale, balance scales, counter top scales, corn dryer, trunks, large 40 gallon butter churn, bentwood churn. Dandy bone grinder, 2 wood ice boxes, barrel churn, ox yoke, pack saddle, 2 primitive sleds, folding buggy top, primitive meat grinders, flat- irons, miniatures. 2 cast iron implement seats, large amount primitive jugs and crocks, old eye glasses, draw knife, primitive tools, ice tongs, antique pic- ture frames, grain cradle, beam drill, hay knife, hand augers, salt crock, wax and snap seal iars, inspector lantern, barn lantern, wood buckets, 12 ga. shot gun, buck saw, kerosene cans, milk can and cream cans, baskets, sausage stuf- fer, console radio, drying rack, milk bot- tles, bread risers, copper boiler, 3 burn- er kerosene stove, oven, brass spy glass, beaded pocket books, old doll clothes, old paper, 18 and 1900 advertising books, books, wooden blocks and puz- zles, corn jabber, stereoviewer, roaster with stand, electrical appliances, cook- ing utensils, household items, treadle sewing machine, table and floor lamps, bedding and linens, silverware, wooden window shutters. FARM EQUIPMENT AND TOOLS Oliver model 525 1965 self propelled com- bine with 11' grain header, 3 row 30" corn header and cab and straw chopper, IH model 20 2 row mounted corn picker, 1928 IH One ton truck, 1926 McCormlck Peering 1520 tractor, 1919 McCormlck Peering 1530 tractor frame, PTO post hole digger, 2 row corn planter, large road grader, 2 and 3 bottom-1H plows, 2 wheel dump trailer, front end hydraulic loader, 15' grain elevator, MM model 10 riding lawn tractor with 42" mower, Bo- lens model 770 riding yard tractor with 32" mower, 2 wheel trailer, small air compressor, cast iron roller, DeVilblss mlling unit, large amt. old car, truck and tractor parts, Building lacks, platform scales, 2 wheel cart, 2 wheelbarrow grass seeders, pipe vise, cutters and dies, Blacksmith vise, bolt cutters, gas pump, can't hook, large wood pullles, cattle dehorners, McCulloch chain saw, large amt. nuts and bolts, post drill press, large amount scrap iron, hand and garden tools. HUGH OSBUN OWNER Terms Cash Lunch Auction Conducted by S. G. ROUSH AUCTIONEER Route No. 1, Shelby, Ohio Phone: Mansfield 526-5743 Merchandise to Buy-Swap Cash by collector for Lionel Flyer Ives Marklln Bing trains, trolleys, boats, autos. Richard King, Sandusky, OH. WANTED: VW bus or engine, reasonable. Phone 884-3844 after 6 P.M. News Journal, Mansfield, 039 Thursday, Feb. 1976 112-Wanted to Buy-Swap ELECTRIC TRAINS SELL-TRADE-BUY 534 Wayne St. CASH PAID YOU! for silver coins, rare coins, gold coins, jewelry, rings, anything gold or silver, etc. Call Kenney weekdays. JUNK cars and trucks purchased In any condition. Call for prices 747-4566. Mllll- ron Auto Wrecking.__________________ WANTED: Delta-Milwaukee wood lathe. For Sale: oak school clock. Phone 756-4053. WANTED PIANOS Any kind, any condition Call collect 419-64J-4W1 Wanted Refrigerators and Freezers, working or not. We Pick Up. Mcrv's Place, 118 N. Main., 525-0483. Wanted to buy: Furniture, appliances, Thompson Used Furniture. 205 Hedges St. ________________524-70M WANTED TO BUY 12 to 14" Bucket for 530 Case backhoe Phone 747-60M wanted to buy. SMALL INCUBATOR for game birds Call 892-2W1. WANTED TO BUY: Barbells, bench and weights. 522-8942 ask for BUI. Wanted: 1957 Elvis Presley Christmas Album, 45 Elvis records with picture cov- ers, 78 RPM's, LSP albums, or anything else on Elvis. 522-2430, 756-2757. WANTED 15-20 h.p.Evlnrudeor John- son outboard motor. 884-2647 113- -Antiques-Stampt- Coins CASH for your old Sterling Silver, Dia- monds, iewelry, pocket watches, scrap gold and sliver. Gold, silver coins. Samll antiques, class rings. Buy one piece or entire household estates. ROGER'S AN- TIQUES, 248 Park Ave. W. Dealer Liquidation inventory on all mod- els compass metal detectors. 20% off. Phone 589-7706. Oak 54" roll top desk, reconditioned and finished. R K FURNITURE STRIPPING and Reflnishing. No dipping, stripped by hand. Call 529-3781. BASEMENT SALE. Grew naugahyde recllner, 165, gold velvet chair baby crib S15, with 2 mattresses 14 each. GM baby car seat Playpen, high chair, large dining table and 4 chairs, Spanish mirror and shelf, dressing table, wood cabinet, misc. fabric and patterns, and other misc. knick-knacks. 884-3374. GARAGE SALE. Hairdryer, dishes, tools, high chair, welding equipment, misc. 2.2 miles south of Brown Derby on St. Rt. 314. HEATED 4 family GARAGE SALE dishes, salt and pepper shakers, clothes, shoes, appliances, etc. 934 S. Main. HOUSE SALE: Antiques, knlck knacks, records, furniture, electric guitar. 195 W. First St. 524-9102. 9 5. LARGE Garage Sale: Roth violin, Pola- roid 21 D camera, 24" girl's bike; small air compressor, electric tin cutter, roll- a-way bed, sled, typewriter, table, to many items to mention. Thurs., Fri., Sat. and Sun. 646 Express view Dr. Anything 220 hardback books, excellent condition. Old and new, novels and misc. Phone 886-2818. 2 wood overhead garage doors, each. Also 32" wide aluminum crossbuck storm door, 130. 754-0340, 619 E. Hanley Rd. plate glass window. Also 4 and Inquire at Dairy Queen, cor. Glesiner and Wood. 1976 ZENITH COLOR TV 23" diagonal, 100% solid state, Mediterranean con- sole. Reg. NOW ONLY Tremendous savings on our entire stock of Zenith and RCA color TVs. Prices start at S359.95. MANSFIELD RAMOS TV Pioneers in Color TV 371 Marlon Ave. 524-0341 2 ROOM tent, 10 x 14, 175; Ib. sleeping bag AM-FM stereo with tape Small round dining room table with 2 chairs S20; Old style buffet VW; single shot 22 rifle. Prices firm. Inquire SI Penn Ave. 2 wood overhead garage doors, S70tach. Also 32" wide aluminum crossbuck storm door, 756-0340, 619 E. Hanley Rd. 3 NICE winter coats, 14-16. Schlck hair- dryer. Chairs, carts. Also small Items. 522-9865. 30" gas range, burner with a brain. Ex- cellent condition, asking See at 271 Barfley Ave. '64 Triumph 650 Tiger, stock, exc. cond. 1800. Victorian love seat, and 2 chairs, Conn coronet, 348-4252, Hay- svllle after 5, G. Echelberger. 67" vanity, antique chest of drawers. Pine TV lazy susan. Phone 884-2491. ALL controls for submersible water pump and storage tank. 754-1127. ANTIQUES. Seth Thomas weight and regulator clocks. Spanish wooden saddle, wooden rake, ox yoke. M6-281I. BICYCLES See classification Black leather look couch and love seat. Good condition, asking Good for recreation room. 522-8377. Brown, naugahyde couch, S17S; day couch (sleeper) vinyl recllner, rocker, console stereo wltti tape and ra- dio, old liquor cabinet with glasses; ladles' and girl's winter coats, 1-S5; small female cockapoo dog, free. 883-3889. BUY SELL OR TRADE BROWNS USED FURNITURE 548 N. Stewart Rd. 519-4713 BUY YOUR DOG his own fire hydrant. Protect your shrubs from other dogs. Call 756-1H4. Canaries afghan, Sonotone hearing aid, porterllft. 524-2677 CARPET Sale: Remnant end 50% off, immediate installation. We custom In- stall vans. Mansfield Carpet Service, 724 S. Diamond St. M UW WEATHERED WOOD DESIGN EXPANDING BORDER FENCE Molded woodtone texture gives planters a natural, weathered- wood look. ALSO GARDEN HOSE RACKS TOTE TRAYS PICKET FENCE Rubboi LANDMARK 232 E. Third -522-4971   

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