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Vol. 57 - No. 9 Circulation: 10,508 ã 877-556-9090 ã 473-2028 ã JANUARY 27, 2010 FAX: 937-473-2500 ã E-Mail: production@woh.rr.com ã Check Us Out On The Web: arenspub.com A DVERTISER ECRWSS Postal Customer STILLWATER VALLEY 3000 Off Any Complete Pair of Glasses $ Must present this coupon at time of order. Not valid with certain insurances & discount plans. Limit one coupon per purchase. 1800 West High St., Piqua DR. DANIEL C. HARRIS Call Today! 773-4441 Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony Held Janu
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~ GROCERY INDEX ~ Patty\u2019s IGA - Back Page, Mr. Deals - Page 9 ~ INSERTS ~ Patty\u2019s IGA, (2)Menards, Arcanum Hardware 1-800-851-2395 MARSHALL\u2019S SERVICE CENTER 1200 Mote Dr., Covington 473-5215 Hrs.: Mon-Fri. 8am-5:30pm Sat. 8am-12pm by Appointment Closed Sunday ADVERTISER DR. DANIEL C. HARRIS 1800 West High St., Piqua $3000 Off Any Complete Pair of Glasses Must present this coupon at time of order. Not valid with certain insurances& discount plans. Limit one coupon per purchase. Call Today! 773-4441 Vol. 57 - No. 9 Circulation: 10,508 \u2022 877-556-9090 \u2022 473-2028 \u2022 JANUARY 27, 2010 FAX: 937-473-2500 \u2022 E-Mail: production@woh.rr.com \u2022 Check Us Out On The Web: arenspub.com PRE-SORTED STANDARD U.S. POSTAGE PAID Arens Corporation ECRWSS Postal Customer STILLWATER VALLEY Noteto Self... Call Marshall\u2019s 800-851-239 5 MARSHALL\u2019S SHELL 9990 U.S. Rt. 36, Bradford 448-2212 WinterHrs.: Mon.-Sat. 6am-8pm Sun. 10am-7pm Lube-Oil-Filter Tire Rotation Brake Check Marshall\u2019s Special $2999 Available on most cars & light trucks. Expires 2-13-10 Includes up to 5 Qts. Rotate& Computer Balance Marshall\u2019sS pecial $1999 Availableon mostcars& lighttrucks . Expires2-13 -10 Front Alignment Marshall\u2019sS pecial $4499 Availableon mostcars& lighttrucks . Expires2-13 -10 Senior Citizens Discount EveryTuesda y 3\u00a2onthegall on Covington residents with a sweet tooth have a brand new stop to make while in town! High Street Caf\u00e9 is owned by Michael and Sharon Casey. Sharon, a \u201896 CHS grad, spent a lot of time helping out at her family\u2019s former business, Duffey\u2019s Pizza, when she was growing up. That experience gave Sharon the dream of one day owning her own business. Also, as their chil- dren, Teagan and Matillie, grow older, Sharon feels that helping out in a family business will be a good learning experience for them. Among the mouth-watering treats you\u2019ll find at High Street Caf\u00e9 are donuts, brownies, and apple turnovers, hot and cold teas, and Colombian, Hawaiian Kona, and Jamaican Blue Mountain blends of coffee. Pamper yourself with a Mocha topped with whipped cream or a Steamer with a dash of cocoa \u2013 they\u2019re absolutely delicious! Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony Held January 14 For Covington\u2019s High Street Caf\u00e9 109 N. HIGH ST. 937-473-2544 \u2022 HOURS \u2022 Tuesday-Friday, 6am-4pm Saturday, 6am-1pm ON HAND FOR THE RIBBON-CUTTING CEREMONY WERE (L-R): Front row: Jay Wackler, Chamber president; Sharon and Michael Casey, owners; Ed McCord, Covington Mayor; and Glen Hole and Dustina Monnier. Back row: Duane Robertson; Lowell Yingst; and Debbie Duffey and Toby Duffey, Sharon Casey\u2019s parents.Page 2 - STILLWATER VALLEY ADVERTISER - JANUARY 27, 2010 www.arenspub.com Got items you don\u2019t need? Sell them in the Stillwater Valley classifieds. To place an ad, call 473-2028 or 1-877-556-9090. \u201cProtecting Everything You\u2019ve Worked For\u201d \u2022 Financial Strategies & Estate Planning \u2022 Medicare Supplements \u2022 Senior Budgeting \u2022 Investments \u2022 Long-Term Care \u2022 Life/Accident/Health IRA/401K Losing Money You may qualify for a 10% bonus. Call for an appointment. \u2022 NO RISKS \u2022 GUARANTEEDMINIMUM INTERESTRATE \u2022 10% BONUS TO QUALIFIED CUSTOMERS \u2022 FREE IN HOME CONSULTATIONS Michael Senter 9559 Fenner Rd. Ludlow Falls, Ohio 45339 www.michaelsenter@NetZero.net Cell 937-231-2369 Ron Ball 9559 Fenner Rd. Ludlow Falls, Ohio 45339 Cell 937-371-3458 POSTEMA INSURANCE & INVESTMENTS, LLC Covington V.F.W. ~ Menu ~ 4pc. Broasted Chicken Dinner Strip Steak Dinner Hamburger & Cheeseburger Dinner 4pc. Chicken Strip Basket Dinner Deep Fried Fish Dinner ~ New ~ Menu Items Breaded Tenderloins Breaded Mushrooms Breaded Cheese Sticks Breaded Onion Rings Located on High Street in Covington, one block south of U.S. Rt. 36. Public parking across the street. (937) 753-1108 FridayNight DINNER 5:30-8pm OPEN to the Public -EveryFrida yNight- All dinners include a choice of two sides Broasted Fries \u2022 Homemade French Fries \u2022 Baked Potato Applesauce \u2022 Homemade Cole Slaw or Salad January & February New Y New Year\u2019s Sp ear\u2019s Spec ecials ials All Pole Barns and Windows Slashed with Discounted Prices Fully Insured -Free Estimates-No Job to Big or Small Brian Bates 937-418-6841 Randy Bates 937-414-1393 bbconstructionllc@zoomshare.com BBConstructionllc.zoomshare.com Siegel\u2019s Covington Country Store, Inc. 242 E. Broadway \u2022 Covington \u2022 937-473-2808 Hrs.: M-F 8am-6pm; Sat. 8am-4pm; Closed Sun. We Carry a Full Line of Livestock &Pet Feeds HORSE FEEDS \u2022 12% Sweet \u2022 Pelleted Low Starch \u2022 Senior \u2022 Maturity with G.C. \u2022 Performance & Show Feeds ALSO, FEEDS FOR: \u2022 GOATS & SHEEP \u2022 SWINE \u2022 BEEF \u2022 POULTRY ~ WOOD SHAVINGS - HAY - STRAW ~ ~ ANIMAL HEALTH SUPPLIES ~ Let Us Be Your Animal Needs Supplier! Large Selection of Dog &Cat Foods &Bird Seed BYA Baseball/Softball Sign-Ups The Bradford Youth Association will be holding BASEBALL/SOFTBALL SIGN-UPS on the following dates (no exceptions) located at the Refinery (corner of Miami & Oakwood St.) Sat. Jan. 16th 9am-1pm \u2022 Wed. Jan. 20th 6-8pm Sat. Jan. 23rd 9am-1pm \u2022 Wed. Jan. 27th 6-8pm COST: $40 one child $70 (2) children \u2022 $90 (3) or more children. It is the intention of the BYA that any child who wishes to play be given the opportunity. If financial assistance is needed please call John Fike at 937-564-3592 November 6, 2009, was a banner day for Louise Lapp, as she celebrated her 100th Birthday! She was honored with a special celebration with family and friends November 8. Mrs. Lapp was raised in the Tipp City area, and was formerly a resident of Troy. She was married to the late Clarence Lapp, a pastor. Their children are Elaine Lapp Poole and Jon Lapp. Pictured in the back row are (L-R): Wayne Brewer, nephew; Mary Jo Brewer, niece; Louise Lapp; and her daughter, Elaine Poole. In front are Vickie Brewer, niece-in-law; Marilyn Lightner; and son, Jon Lapp. Not available for the photo was daughter-in-law, Susan Lapp. Former Area Woman Celebrates 100th Birthday PSEOP Meeting Scheduled at Milton-Union The Milton-Union High School Guidance Office announces an upcoming meeting on Tuesday, Feb. 2, 7:30 p.m., in the high school cafeteria. Valina Bogart, PSEOP Advisor at Edison Community College, and a representative from Sinclair Community College, will present an informational session on the Post- Secondary Enrollment Option Program (PSEOP). Bogart will give an overview of the programs at Edison and Sinclair and PSEOP requirements in general. There will also be a time for questions following the presentation. The Guidance Office would also like to share some exciting possibilities of having some PSEO class- es taught at Milton-Union High School by Edison Community College. These classes would be open to PSEO students and community members who are ready for college. In order to participate in PSEOP, a parent and student must attend this meeting. If you have any questions, please call 937-884-7940. Heart Month Events Planned By UVMC Upper Valley Medical Center invites the community to learn more about what\u2019s going on inside their bodies withFREEscreenings and information during the Heart Month event scheduled for February 12 from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. Activities will be held in the hospital\u2019s lower level classrooms. No appointment is necessary for the free blood pressure testing and finger stick screening for cholesterol and blood sugar numbers. UVMC programs and cardiology offices will provide other health testing and/or helpful information during the event. Jean Heath, director of UVMC Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation, said the screenings are one of sever- al measures people can take to ensure they have a healthy heart. \u201cCholesterol screenings and all the things we do to keep ourselves healthy promote a healthy heart,\u201d Heath added. Among elements of a healthy heart are a healthy diet, exercise, management of stress, and one\u2019s weight, cholesterol, blood pressure, and blood sugar. \u201cIt is all of our lifestyles taken as a whole, not just one aspect,\u201d Heath said. Health Month tests also will be offered from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. February 9 at SpringMeade Retirement Community, 4375 S. Co. Rd. 25A, Tipp City. The screenings are not meant to take the place of a physi- cian\u2019s monitoring of your health. RR Museum Meeting Set A Regular Meeting of the Railroad Museum in Bradford will be held Sunday, Feb. 7, at 1 p.m. Featured speaker will be Greg Michaels of Piqua, an engineer and conductor with CSX Transportation. When engineering, Greg runs to Lima, north to Toledo, Walbridge, and Willard. His guests will be engineers Willis Stamps and Tom Swift. Operation Life Saver is a program designed to promote safety between the railroad and the community, including driv- ers and pedestrian traffic. The program is coordinated by the federal government, state gov- ernment, and the railroad to promote safety for the general public on and around railroad property. Please come and hear this informative program and meet these railroad engineers. Work Session Slated February 6 By Covington BOE Notice is hereby given that the Covington Board of Education will hold a Work Session on Saturday, Feb. 6, 9:30 a.m., in the Board of Education office located at 25 Grant St. The purpose of this meeting is to review the recent surveys performed by Choice One in regards to resolving the water drainage problems. This meeting is open and the public is welcome to attend. ATTENTION CHS Class of 2011 Parents Covington\u2019s Junior Class Parents After-Prom Committee will meet Monday, Feb. 1, 7:30 p.m., in the CHS Library. Please join us \u2013 it\u2019s not too late. We need your help. If you have any questions, please contact Joann Bitner at 937-473-3955, or Dave Tobias, 937-473-3944. We look forward to seeing you there.www.arenspub.com Page 3 - STILLWATER VALLEY ADVERTISER - JANUARY 27, 2010 11 N. Miami St. West Milton, Ohio 937-698-WING (9464) Seraphim Angels ~ Prayers & Promises Framed Prints and Wall Decor... and much more SALE & CLEARANCE on select items and specialty collections January Want To Save Money? *Conventional owner occupied properties only. Recording and courier fees not included. Credit score and LTV may require additional fees. Additional restrictions may apply. Mortgage Rates Are At Historic Lows!!! $29900*TOTAL CLOSING COSTS! Refinance or Purchase for ONLY... David McMahon Loan Officer 14 S. Weston Rd., Troy, Ohio 45373 (937) 604-6091 (direct line) Village of Pleasant Hill Completes Reorganizaton for New Year VILLAGE COUNCIL Mayor Gary Johnston swore in the following elected Council members for their second term: Rick Baker, Donna Favorite, and John Schultz. John Weaver Jr. was sworn in for his first term.Paul Laughman was appointed to fulfill the remaining term of Council member Melinda Clark, who recently resigned. Ronald \u201cBud\u201d Perry is the other Council member. The Village Council voted Rick Baker President Pro Tem, and also the following committees and representatives: Audit/Finance -Rick Baker and Donna Favorite; Beautification -Donna Favorite and John Schultz; Emergency/Safety - Rick Baker and Ronald Perry; Joint Fire District Representative - Paul Laughman. Library Board Representative - Donna Favorite; Planning Commission Representative - John Weaver Jr.; Recreation - John Weaver Jr.; and Village at Large Representative - Kory Krofft. Village Council will hold their Regular Meetings on the second Monday of each month, at 7 p.m., at the Village Council Meeting Room, 200 W. Monument St. The Village Council voted to have the Stillwater Valley Advertiser as their designated news- paper for announcements. The Village set Saturday, April 24, at the date for the Village-Wide Garage Sale. VILLAGE BOARD OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS Mayor Gary Johnston swore in appointed member Chester Wolfe to fill in the vacant seat on the Board of Public Affairs. The Board voted Stan Fessler President Pro Tem. The Board of Public Affairs will hold their Regular Meetings on the third Monday of each month, 7:30 p.m., at the Village Council Meeting Room. Grandma\u2019s Kitchen Continues To Serve Delicious Dinners Grandma\u2019s Kitchen is still serving meals every Wednesday. This tradition has been ongoing at Hoffman United Methodist Church in West Milton since May of 2001. Don and Nancy Allen have retired; however, we are working hard to keep our staff of volunteers organized. A children\u2019s meal has been added, and the serving hours have been changed to 5 until 6:30 p.m. These meals are open to the public. We appreciate all those who attend regularly and are always glad to wel- come new folks! A.C.E. Banquet Slated January 27 At Buffalo Jack\u2019s Agriculture for a Clean Environment (A.C.E.) invites you to their annual banquet on Wednesday, Jan. 27, at Buffalo Jack\u2019s in Covington. The meet- ing will start at 6:30 p.m. Guest speaker Dennis Brown of Byron Seeds will present information on the ben- efits of a cover crop. There will also be results from the two cover crop research plots in Darke and Miami Counties. Please contact the Darke SWCD at 937-548-1715, Ext. 3, by January 26 to let us know if you are attending. Space is limited, so act fact. NOTE: Participants will be responsible for their own meal.aregood in your neighborhood! S S Page 4 - STILLWATER VALLEY ADVERTISER - JANUARY 27, 2010 www.arenspub.com Masonite Doors We Can Service All Home Improvement Do-It-Your-Selfers Plus We Are Distributors of ã ROOFING ã SIDING ã WINDOWS Cabinets by Kitchen Kompact We Now Handle Water SOFTENER SALT We Now Handle Water SOFTENER SALT Shingle Manufactures handled: IKO, GAF, TAMKO, OWENS CORNING, CERTAINTEED MITTEN SIDING VISTA & WINCORE WINDOWS Find what you need here in our photo ad listings! PHOTO ADS Place your ‘for sale’ item in our photo ad section for FAST RESULTS! $2000 PRE-PAID Call for details... (937) 473-2020 877-556-9090 BUILDING FOR SALE Covington Fire Dept 12 East Spring Street Call Robert Weer at 1 (937) 216-1755 2-8 We Have Room for Your Items HERE! HOME FOR SALE: $119,999 215 E. Front St., New Bremen 3 bdrms, 2 baths, 2-car garage, large yard. 937-638-3220 2-15 Price Lowered 13455 Whitefeather Trail, McCartyville Newer 3-4 BR, 2 baths, 2088 sq ft, hardwd flrs, open plan, part fin bsmt, all brick, large lot.$237,000 Make Offer937-646-0012 2-15 FOR SALE:144 N. Miami St., West Milton(across from McDonald’s) 3 bdrms, full bath rm upstairs, 4 rms downstairs, full basement, 2-car detached garage, just remodeled. $82,000 (937) 698-3846 2-8 Minster Home For Sale 213 S. Garfield St. 2,300 sq. ft., 4 Bedrooms, 2-1/2 Baths, Basement. 419-953-0090 2-15 Valley Echoes by Gary Godfrey The Disaster of Haiti You’ve heard that kids say the darndest things. But have you heard that kids do the darnd- est things? Case in point. On Saturday, Jan. 16, children who live on Nottingham Avenue in Shrewsbury, Mo. hosted their fourth annual Cocoa for Haiti hot cocoa stand. A year ago, the kids raised more than $200. This year, their total was $4,332.50. “They were just amazed,” commented Angie Bolino, who volunteered to organize the stand. “Two thousand dollars came from a single donor, and the remainder of donations were $2, $5, $10 and $20 donations. The kids were so excited about the huge donation, they were ready to go the entire day.” All the proceeds went to the Hands Together, www.handstogether.org. * * * * * George Clooney’s “Hope for Haiti Now” telethon reported on January 23rd that it has raised more than 58 million dollars to date — a new record for donations made by the general public through a disaster-relief telethon, according to MTV.com. The preliminary figure includes donations made via phone, online and mobile, and does not include dona- tions by corporations and large private donors, or iTunes sales figures, all of which are still being calculated. “Hope for Haiti Now” will continue accepting donations for six months via the following methods: Online: www.hopeforhaitinow.org Phone: 877-99-HAITI Text: Text “GIVE” to 50555 Mail: Hope For Haiti Now Fund, Entertainment Industry Foundation, 1201 West 5th Street, Suite T-700, Los Angeles, CA 90017 * * * * * According to the USAtoday.com website, the 3,654-passenger Independence of the Seas — one of the world’s largest cruise ships — went ahead with a scheduled call along the rela- tively unaffected north coast of the country on Friday. There were mixed emotions of the cruise ship’s quick return. “I agree with them bringing in relief efforts, but not sure any visitors are warranted in Haiti right now,” Cruise Log reader elitetravel says in a Cruise Log post. “I can’t imagine sitting on the beach, drinking a margarita and laughing it up while people are suffering so much in that country.” Writes another Cruise Log reader, Pamela Murphy: “I am scheduled to be on a cruise start- ing Jan. 31 that is stopping in Labadee, (and) I feel I do not want to be there nor do I belong there at this time ... Haiti is now a land suffering from death and destruction of a huge magnitude.” This week’s bottom line: There are two big forces at work, external and internal. We have very little control over external forces such as tornadoes, earthquakes, floods, disasters, ill- ness and pain. What really matters is the internal force. How do I respond to those disas- ters? Over that I have complete control.” Other quotes on disaster “We are often dismayed to find that even disasters cannot cure us of our faults.” “How many disasters do we need to unite humanity?” 2010 PLEASANT HILL Summer Baseball & Softball Registration REGISTRATION WILL BE HELD IN THE NEWTON CAFETERIA SATURDAY, JAN. 30, 9:30 -11:30 am WEDNESDAY, FEB. 3, 6 - 8 pm SATURDAY, FEB. 6, 9:30 -11:30 am REGISTRATION FEES: Tagball: Ages 5-6, $20; Ages 7/Up, $40 Those not willing to work the concessions will add $15 to the sign-up fee FAMILY DISCOUNT: $40/1st Child; $70/2 Children; $90/3 Or More NO LATE SIGN-UPS Questions? Please call Sara Spears at 937-676-2419 Anniversary Celebration Planned This Sunday At Covington Church Everyone is invited to come celebrate with us at First Baptist Church of Covington on Sunday, Jan. 31, our one year anniver- sary with Pastor Jim Thacker. We have invited former Pastor Cliff Christman as our special guest speaker. The service will begin at 10:30 a.m., with a potluck dinner to follow. The church is located at 8233 Covington- Gettysburg Rd., Covington. If you need transportation, please don’t hesitate to call 937-473-5000. If there is no answer, please leave a mes- sage and your call will be returned. Milton-Union BOE To Meet February 1 The Milton-Union Board of Education will hold a Regular Board Meeting Monday, Feb. 1, 6:30 p.m., in Room 205/206 - Elementary. Bradford Senior Citizens To Meet Thursday, Jan. 28 Bradford Senior Citizens will meet Thursday, Jan. 28, 1-3 p.m., at the IC Hall locat- ed on Buckneck Rd. The Senior Citizens meet the second and fourth Thursdays of each month for an afternoon of cards, games, snacks, and fun. Small pro- grams are offered. The January program will be “Hobbies Are Fun and For Everyone.” Call Sue Vickroy at 937- 448-2844 for additional infor- mation. Come enjoy time spent with neighbors and friends from around the area Community Garden Plots Available In West Milton Next spring, Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, 1209 S. Miami St., West Milton, will offer garden plots to community members. The 5x5 foot plots are now avail- able to be reserved. More than one plot can be requested. To reserve your space, please call 937-698-5826. Whole Hog Sausage Sale Underway At Hoffman UMC The Hoffman United Methodist Men of West Milton are taking orders for their 22nd annual Whole Hog Sausage Sale. Sausage is available in 1 pound bulk packages, either plain or with mild sage spices. Breakfast links are also avail- able in 2 pound packages. This project provides funds for local missions. To place your order, please call Les Trittschuh at 937-698- 5161.O r d e r deadline is February 1. avings ‘Lions in Sight’ Soup Supper Set By Milton Lions The West Milton Lions invite the public to a “Lions in Sight” Soup Supper Friday, Jan. 29, from 5-6:30 p.m. The supper will be held at the United Church of Christ, 108 S. Main St., West Milton. Bean and chili soups will be served. A freewill donation will be accepted. You may bring food for the Union Township FISH Pantry or used eyeglasses. This supper is offered to show appreciation to the public for sup- porting the West Milton Lions Club projects. There will be a display highlighting the club’s projects since its 1951 inception.
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