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Like many area utility, state, county and township workers, law enforcement and emergency personnel that braved the elements brought by this past weekend’s storm, Frontier Power crews were out working through the day and night to restore electricity to county residents. The Beacon snapped this photo of a Frontier Power crew restoring electric on Township Road 30 behind Warsaw. While many poles and lines are located along a road for easier access, this one is not and after a quarter mile trek following kyle kiser through the snow and woods, we caught up with the crew of Mark Fabian and Andrew Vickers. Pictured from left to right are crew leader, Mark Fabian and kyle kiser drawing up the slack in a downed line. not pictured here is Andrew Vickers, who is on the pole. See photo on page 2. BeAcon PhoTo By MARk FoRTune

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The 2010 Coshocton Home Show, sponsored by Habitat for Humanity, will be March 13 - 14, at the Coshocton County Career Center. The two-day event will feature local and regional exhibitors displaying merchandise and services for the home. During the Show, there will be continuing demonstrations and seminars on home-related topics. Topics include Marinating and Grilling, Going Green, Organic Gardening, Simple Home Repairs, and more. A complete schedule will be published in the days leading up to the Home Show. Mid-Ohio Shredding of Westerville will have a truck in the parking lot on Saturday from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. for bulk shredding service. Anyone in the community who has items they need shredded should bring them to the faculty parking lot at the Career Center. While the service is offered with no charge, Habitat for Humanity will accept donations to help defray its cost. Mark your calendar for March 13 and 14 to attend the 2010 Coshocton Home Show. The event is sponsored by Habitat for Humanity. Admission is free. Vendors or other interested parties wanting to exhibit at the Home Show should contact Jane Sikes at 740-622-7907 or

We thought of you with love today but that is nothing new. We thought about you yesterday and days before that too. We think of you in silence, we often speak your name. All we have are memories and your picture in a frame. Your memory is our keepsake with which we’ll never part. God has you in His keeping, we have you in our hearts.

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Chocolate and Valentine’s Day often go hand in hand, and this year once again in Coshocton that will definitely be the case. On Saturday, Feb. 13, the Pomerene Center for the Arts will have its 17th Annual Chocolate Extravaganza providing a sweet and affordable way to celebrate the holiday. The event will be from 3 - 5 p.m. at the Emmanuel Lutheran Church located at 1500 Pleasant Valley Drive in Coshocton. Pre-sale tickets are $6 per person and are available in Coshocton at the Candy Bouquet, Dean’s Jewelry, the Good News Bookstore, or by calling the Pomerene Center for the Arts at (740) 622-0326. Tickets at the door the day of the event will be $8. By calling the Pomerene Center in advance, your tickets can be reserved for you at the door the day of the event at the pre-sale ticket price. Plenty of free parking is available in the Emmanuel Lutheran Church’s lot. According to Mickie Galajda, co-organizer of the event, this year’s Chocolate Extravaganza offers a delightful afternoon. “Along with the delicious chocolate desserts, guests can visit with one another and enjoy harp music provided by Paul and Brenda Neal,” she said. “This is the largest and most successful fundraiser the Pomerene Center has annually. We have guests come from many surrounding communities as well.” Chocolate, of course, is the main event of the Chocolate Extravaganza. “Volunteers from throughout the county create luscious culinary delights for us,” Galajda said. “You’ll be able to choose from gourmet chocolate tortes and cakes, chocolate cheesecakes, chocolate candy and a


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workers, emergency “Who Dat” you say? personnel and other Like many, I was workers that braved the somewhat surprised by winter elements to keep the New Orleans Saints us safe and allow us victory in the Super to make that final trip Bowl. However, the to the store for some Saints played a more forgotten items for the inspired and certainly – “big game”. a more risky – football game. I kept looking What are you doing for the passion and this winter to pass the enthusiasm that might time? I can tell you Mark fortune get the Colts back into that I about went nuts on the game – but somewhat like the Saturday because I couldn’t get down halftime show and their coach – it the driveway until it was plowed on just never arrived. Certainly two Saturday night. Thanks Kevin! Being completely different football teams used to work on Saturday’s I spent were on the field – different coaching some time shoveling the pad in front styles, different levels of risk – but no of the garage, eating snacks, reading, matter how you face it – two of the shoveling, snacks, napping, reading, best quarterbacks in the game on the snacks, napping . . .you get the idea. field at the same time .To me, it just But as mentioned in the previous seemed like a different kind of Super paragraph many in our community Bowl – could that come from the fact did not have the luxury of a warm that both teams play in a dome? Not home or relaxation over the weekend. sure. And I am also growing weary Our thanks go to all of you that serve of hearing about the fact that the city this great community and for the jobs of New Orleans “needed” this win you do. It is appreciated. for their city. Doesn’t every city? Well, now that football is over Yes, I know about the hurricane. we can turn our attention north and But I would imagine that Cleveland west to Vancouver. Personally I could lay claim to that as well when am looking forward to the Curling the Browns win the Super Bowl in events. Did you know that in the state 2012. Yep, you read it here first. The of Wisconsin curling is a high school Mayans predicted it. Oh T.J., I think sport? (Just discovered that on a web they predicted the Bengals in 2014. search) Cool, huh? I have ordered But you also know what the Mayan my Vancouver Olympics curling calendar said about 2012. pin. Curling is also one of just four The weekend storm that left events that are competed indoors at many without electricity, cable or the Olympics. The other three are; phone service meant simply that a hockey, figure skating and speed lot of people devoted the better part skating. If I am not around town over of their weekend away from their the next few days it means that I have families and loved ones so that we been selected as an alternate on the could enjoy the Super Bowl and all US curling team. I figure my driving the treats that go along with the game. record on ice over the past few years Be sure to say a “thank you” to the means that I should know something law enforcement, road crews, utility about the delicate intricacies of ice.

Reader recalls Bintz generosity Letter to the editor I was reading your “Mark’s Musings” in the last edition and noticed (with sadness) the passing of Paul Bintz. I didn’t shop Paul’s AG often, but tried to throw my business there whenever possible. I wanted to share this story with you to show just what kind of man Paul was; I was on my way to do a presentation to a 4-H group and was going to do my “Apple Earth” routine to show the kids just how little (and precious) of the earth is fertile and useful for us. I grabbed a lone apple and placed it in front of the register. It came to about 30 cents, and all I had was a $20 bill. “You don’t have any change?” Paul asked me. “No,” I replied, “I didn’t even think about it. I was out the door so

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quickly to do this 4-H presentation; I didn’t even think to rummage in our change drawer.” “This is for 4-H?” Paul inquired. “Yes,” I said. “Just take it,” he replied. There, in a nutshell, is why I tried to shop at Paul’s AG whenever I could. It was a bit of Americana sitting next to Main Street, run by a dying breed of people who didn’t just care for their local business, but for the local people who did business with them. Just wanted to share. Sincerely, Jeff Wherley Program Manager Coshocton County Recycling and Litter Prevention Office

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The Coshocton County Career Center will be having their 12th annual Open House on Thursday, Feb. 11. Vendor and agency set-up begins at 2:30 p.m. Doors open at 4 p.m. From 4 – 8 p.m., there will be a workshops and classes. These include: - Facials, Manicures and Paraffin Hand Dips in COSMETOLOGY Lab With Spa Pedicures on the Hour - Blood Pressure Checks and Smoker’s versus Healthy Lung Student Presentation in HEALTH CAREERS Lab - Crime Scene Investigation Demonstration in CRIMINAL JUSTICE Lab With the Sheriff Dept’s Canine Unit and Ohio State Patrol - Deer Antler Scoring Workshop in NATURAL RESOURCES Lab plus Ohio Department of Natural Resources - Engine Diagnostic Scanner and Digital Wheel Alignment Demos In AUTO TECHNOLOGY Lab with Chrysler Jeep Dodge of Coshocton and Decosky Ford 2010 vehicles on display - Video Gaming and Animation Design Demonstrations in ELECTRONICS Lab with Guitar Hero contest from 5:30 - 7:30 p.m. - Speed Nailing Contest in BUILDING TRADES Lab plus a number of Construction/ Supplies Companies - Powerpoint Student Presentations and


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in the legislative committee and then Bob Hood opened it up for questions. After questions were asked, everyone stood up and gave a one – minute report on their home county. They talked about new openings, upcoming events, coming exhibits, festivals, etc. Raven’s Glenn had an excellent lunch prepared. Everyone was served salad, breadsticks, meaty lazagna, creamy chicken alfredo, and a beautiful blend of mixed vegetables. The highlight of the dinner was a delectible chocolate mousse with crushed chocolate cookies. After lunch, Mark Holbrook and Kristina Kuehling, both from the Ohio Historical Society, gave a presentation on Ohio’s part in the Civil War as part of the 150th anniversary of the diScovering our hiSTory Mark holbrook beginning of the war. and kristina kuehling, both from the ohio historical Mark Holbrook spoke of Ohio’s importance Society, gave a brief presentation on the civil War at at this time. It had come to maturity through it’s the ohio’s Appalachian country’s quarterly meeting, growing population. It also had a rich source as part of the 150th anniversary of the beginning of the of natural resources and transportation through war. The meeting this month was in coshocton county at Raven’s Glenn. over sixty members of the oAc came the railroad was very prominent throughout the and enjoyed good food, good company, and learning state. Cincinnatti was the third largest city in the country at the time and politics were thriving about the important role ohio played in the civil War. here in Ohio. Abolition was also strong here as BeAcon PhoTo By BeTh DuLAney well as the Underground Railroad. There were also over 300,000 Ohio military recruits and Does Appalachia Mean To Me? The winners Ohio helped fuel the war with materials such as have been announced and some will be speaking uniforms. Five of those Ohio veterans went on to at the Spotlighting Show. COSI on Wheels will be presidents of the United States. also be there for enterainment. Both agreed that Kristina then talked about their web site, the show has always been a success in the past. There, you can view Vice President, Kyrsten Walton of Ross timelines, news, upcoming events dedicated County, announced the goals for the year. She to the Civil War, online discussions, and even said she wants to have a roadshow with all four submit your own Civil War memorabilia. The groups of the Appalacian regions to discuss and Ohio Historical Society will also be having a draw tourism. traveling exhibit about the Civil War. Check Mark Holbrook, Ohio Historical Society, back on their web site for updated information. gave the marketing report and then Bob Hood The event ended and some members chose announced that Ohio Appalacian Country now to take a tour of Raven’s Glenn, guided by the has a Facebook page. There you can join in owner, Mr. Robert Guilliams. He took the group online discussions and view upcoming events. into the building where all the wine is made and Of course, you must have a Facebook account to stored. After giving a brief history of Raven’s join. Glenn, he invited everyone into the wine storage Amy Grove gave the 2010 schedule of room, which is filled with 2500 – 3000 gallon meetings throughout the state and Beth Wood tanks. He talked about the importance of storing gave a brief presentation on what is happening the wine in a clean and cool place. If the wine becomes too warm, it will alter the taste. The Proud to have served the people of Coshocton and our group were also able to see the many barrells surrounding communities for were some of the wine is stored. All barrells are over 113 years! Specializing in Custom Design, Etching and Carving of Fine Memorials “toasted”, which gives the wine a unique flavor. The tour concluded at around 3 p.m. and Granite • Marble • Bronze • Mausoleums Cemetery Lettering & Cleaning everyone agreed that the day had been wellspent with good food and good conversation. 1132 Cemetery Drive • Coshocton • 622.5833 0020_101409

Over sixty members of the Ohio’s Appalachian Country from all over the state gathered at Raven’s Glenn Winery Thursday, Feb. 4 at 10 a.m. for one of their quarterly meetings. Everyone gathered in the back room which overlooked the scenic Tuscarawas River and the River Greens golf course. Promptly at 10:30 a.m., CVB director Belinda Williamson welcomed everyone to beautiful Coshocton County and began the event by introducing some local and state government who was present. She then introduced the president of the OAC Board and the CVB director in Gallia County, Bob Hood. Hood took the podium and introduced special guests and the other members of the OAC Board. He also explained the schedule for the day and then called the meeting to order. The minutes from November’s meeting was approved and then Paige Alost, treasurer from Athens County, gave the financial report. She reported how much money was in the account and announced that the money will be going toward the Spotlighting Show this April. Beth Wood from Jefferson County and Amy Grove from Morgan County announced that this year’s Spotlighting Show will be April 9 – 10 at the Fort Steuben Mall in Steubenville. Each year, students are asked to write an essay and submit to the OAC. This year, the theme was What

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even though it was cold and snowy outside, inside the Sacred heart gymnasium it was warm and festive as they celebrated the year of the Tiger at their annual chinese new year celebration on Friday, Feb. 5. The students made authentic Chinese crafts such as firecrackers, chopsticks and scrolls. They also learned some important facts about the chinese new year from Mike Gottwalt who has been to china with his wife, Stacey, and they adopted Grace, a student at Sacred heart. “I think it’s wonderful that the school lets her [Grace] do this,” said Grace’s grandmother, Shirley Bennett, “even in September, the kids are asking, ‘Are we going to do chinese new year this year?’ They really enjoy it.” After the students learned some interesting facts about china such as the color red and gold being symbolic for good luck and learning about the dragon and lion parade, Grace taught them some songs in chinese. Then, they broke up in groups and went to different craft stations. Afterward, they all celebrated with a big new year’s cake made with red icing and trimmed in gold. here, Grace Gottwalt and her friend, Lacey Richcreek, entered the gymnasium with a fiery red dragon and danced. BeAcon PhoTo By BeTh


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Applications Forms and Guidelines are now available at the three area High School Music Departments, local piano teachers or The Montgomery Foundation Office, 365 N. Whitewoman Street, Coshocton (622-2696) for the 23rd Annual Edward E. Montgomery, Jr. Piano Competition. The goal of the competition is to select “the most competent artistic piano player in Coshocton County” as determined by a panel of judges. To be eligible for the $1000 cash award, a contestant must be a high school student in Coshocton County during the current school year, and their memorized piano selection must be from the current edition of the Ohio Music Education Association’s required music for Class A and shall not exceed six minutes. This annual competition, to be on Sunday, April 11 at 7 p.m. at the Triple Locks Theatre, is sponsored and hosted by The Montgomery Foundation. The public is welcome and invited to attend.

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The Conesville Vikings had done it again! For the second year in a row, they had been named the Coshocton County “B” League Basketball Champions after beating Roscoe. The Vikings had a close call, though. They almost lost their first game of the season to Roscoe, but managed to squeeze by with a 52 – 48 victory. The game was played at Roscoe High School and a large crowd had begun to gather at around 2 p.m. to witness this very important game that would ultimately determine first and second place. But Roscoe fans were sadly disappointed when Conesville crushed them on the court. However, second place is nothing to be ashamed of.

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Happy birthday was in order to 60-year-old Tiverton Grange and a celebration had been planned for the following Thursday. Speakers for the evening were Harry A Caton, National Grange Secretary; Don Hart, State Grange chaplain; and Curtis Cox, county deputy master. C.H. Gamertsfelder was presented with a 50 year Gold Sheaf pin. Other members were recognized for 45, 40, 35 and 25 year memberships. The Grange was officially formed in February of 1900 by a group of men and four women calling themselves Patrons of Industry. On June 14, 1900, the Grange had its first meeting with 23 members present. Annual dues were 25 cents for men and 12 cents for women.


February 15th, 1970 When John Edwin Kimberley reported for duty the next Monday, he was the third generation in his family to become a police officer. Kimberley had resigned from deputy sheriff to become a part of family tradition after patrolman Tom Darling resigned. His grandfather and father, Fred Kimberley and John Kimberley respectively, had both served on the police force for twenty years. Kimberley was an ex-service man, having served in the United States Navy. He was also a member of the Moose Lodge, Grace United Methodist Church and the VFW.


February 14th, 1980 Coshocton’s very own high school music director, Thomas E Havelka, had something to sing about. He had been selected to direct the prestigious AllAmerican Youth Honor Choir in London, England. One hundred fifty students had been selected to sing in the esteemed choir, including thirteen area students. The selection was based on musical talent, performance, maturity, and good moral character. They left New York City on June 26 and performed four concerts in London, including one in London’s biggest high school.

All information was obtained from microfilm of the Coshocton Tribune at the Coshocton County Library.

Sells and Bucklew recognized for bowlPictured left to right are; ing performance

Angie Pickrell, Coshocton USBC Women’s Bowling Association director, Deb Bucklew, Kathy Wingerter, director on the state board of the Women’s Bowling Association, Amber Sells, who bowled a perfect game and Ann Gamertsfelder, President of the Coshocton United States Bowling Congress (USBC) Women’s Bowling Association. Beacon photo by mark


Kathy Wingerter, who is a director on the state board of the Women’s Bowling Association, representing the United States Bowling Congress, (USBC) made the trek from New Philadelphia on Monday, Feb. 1, to present two awards at the Coshocton Bowling Center. Amber Sells was recognized for bowling a perfect game of 300 on October 18, 2009 and Deb Bucklew was recognized for her performance at the Ohio Women’s Senior Tournament held last October in Columbus. Bucklew won her division two years in a row and beat out 124 other bowlers this year. Wingerter said, “She is a consistent bowler and this is the first time in fifty years that we have had a back to back winner”. Wingerter added, “This is part of what the Ohio state board does for our bowlers – to recognize tournament winners and great performances and this is also a way of saying “thank you” to all the women in the sport of bowling. People don’t realize that bowling is the only sport that men, women and youth can compete through the handicap at an equal level”. Amber Sells had this to say about her perfect game, “It was exciting. I cried and that made others that were supporting me cry. My goal is to become a professional bowler. I currently have a 219 average – I bowl three nights a week”. Proving that her perfect game was no fluke, Sells bowled a 299 just two short weeks after her 300.

IWC to have concert The Indiana Wesleyan University Chorale will be performing at the Roscoe United Methodist Church on Feb. 20 at 6 p.m. The event is free of charge, but a free-will offering will be taken. For more information, call 740-622-7780 or visit their web site at

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Education Landaker signs intent to play volley- Stevens signs with Wingate University Steve Hammond signs with Wingate Uniball for RedStorm River View senior Kayla River View senior runner Bri Stevens signed a letter of versity Pictured with River View senior Steve Hammond are his parents; Tom and Gigi Hammond. Hammond was signing his letter of intent to run track and cross country at Wingate University, which is located in North Carolina. Beacon photo by

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Steve Hammond, Kayla Landaker and Bri Stevens all signed letters of intent on Wednesday, Feb. 3 at River View high school. The three seniors were accompanied by their parents, Athletic Director Ron Tisko and high school principal Chuck Rinkes. Senior Bri Stevens signed a letter of intent to run cross country and track at Wingate University in North Carolina. She said, “I’m excited and ready to go on to this next step in my life”. When asked about her most proud moment, Stevens exclaimed, “Qualifying for state this year in cross country. I worked really hard and put in a lot of hours”. Stevens said she would like to, “Thank my parents, my family, coaches and everyone that has supported me along the way”. Bri’s mother, Gayle Stevens, who was on hand for the signing said, “I’m happy for her but it will be strange not having her around next year. She’s worked hard and I’m excited about the school and the opportunities that she will have both on and off campus”. Stevens will be pursuing a degree as a Physician’s Assistant while enrolled. Kayla Landaker signed a letter of intent to play volleyball at the University of Rio Grande in southern Ohio. The college is located next to Point Pleasant, West Virginia and is west of Athens. Landaker remarked, “This feels really good. I’m super excited to make my decision. I decided on the RedStorm because of the atmosphere and the volleyball program. My Aunt Shelly Hoop went there and played volleyball. Landaker said her proudest moment as a high school athlete was receiving All Ohio honors this past year in volleyball and being named the Most Valuable Player by her teammates. “I would like to thank my parents, Coach Cari and

Mike Bahmer, my grandparents and my Aunt Shelly. Landakers parents, Debbie and Tim “Red” Landaker both said, “This is exciting! We think she picked a good school – she will have a great time at school and playing volleyball”. RedStorm head volleyball Coach Billina Donaldson, who made the trek from Rio Grande to be at the signing, said, “We’re really excited about having Kayla join our program – we’re looking forward to having a trained setter and a player with her achievements. Kayla has won several awards and those speak for themselves. I saw a film of her and that reminded me of her Aunt Shelly, who I had the pleasure of playing with. If she is half the athlete her Aunt was, we’ll be fine!” Steve Hammond had this to say about his signing a letter of intent to run cross country and track at Wingate University in North Carolina, “I’m relieved. It’s a big decision and I’m happy to get it over with and ready to start something new. Hammond will be pursuing a degree in Sports Management while enrolled. Hammond remarked on how he chose the program, “I’ve been around sports all my life. After completing this degree I could work in a college athletics program, sports store, company or even become an athletic director”. Hammond is most proud of having the honor of being named All Ohio as a junior in cross country, winning the regionals as a team in track in 2009 and winning the team championship in the ECOL in cross country this past fall. Hammond said, “We had focused on that goal as a team for three years and accomplished it”. Hammond said, “I would like to thank everyone that has supported me, my parents, family, team mates, the school, the community and my

coaches”. Tom and Gigi Hammond said this about their son, “We’re proud of him. He’s worked hard for this. We’re excited about the opportunities he will have ahead of him”. River View Athletic Director Ron Tisko added, “Each of these three athletes has put in a lot of quality time to improve their skills to be able to achieve the successes that they have had. They have represented themselves, their family, and the school with class. It is always special to see young athletes move on to the next level. Kayla, Steven, and Bri are prime examples of what hard work and determination can accomplish”. High School principal Chuck Rinkes said, “All three are not just great athletes – they’re also great kids. Anytime you can send kids to a higher level it is something to be proud of as a district. This is a testament to all of their teachers – from K through 12 – and to their parents. All three of these young people have worked very hard. It goes to show that hard work is rewarded in most cases. If you’re good – coaches are going to find you. Even though we are in a rural area coaches found these three young kids. We’re very proud of them and they’ll go on to bigger and better things”.

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Landaker signs her letter of intent to attend the University of Rio Grande. Front row, left to right are; father Tim “Red” Landaker, Kayla Landaker and mom, Debbie Landaker. Back row, left to right; River View head volleyball coach Cari Bahmer, RedStorm head volleyball coach Billina Donaldson and River View assistant volleyball coach, Mike Bahmer. Beacon photo by

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Members of the Coshocton County Fatherhood Initiative (CCFI) held a breakfast at the Warsaw Elementary School on Friday, Feb. 5 for fathers, father figures and their sons or daughters. Seth Orbin, vice chair of the organization said, “It’s important to get Dad’s involved in their child’s education, showing interest in their child’s life and school. And this is also an opportunity for the child to show off their Dad”. The group served pancakes, sausage and orange juice to well over 200 in attendance. Carly Griffith, who is in charge of the breakfast, stated, “The point is so fathers can have some time to be with their kids – and also know that their kids are getting a good breakfast. Our next breakfast will be March 5 at Keene Elementary School”. Warsaw Elementary School principal Frank Polen commented, “This is a nice avenue – it gets a lot of people here. We just can’t say no to something that gets parents involved with their kids. Father’s don’t always get the recognition of being with their children, especially at school. It’s nice to have the male figures in the school”.


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The annual Sunday evening Lenton services, sponsored by the River View Ministerial Association, will be every Sunday at 7 p.m. starting Feb. 21 through March 28. This year’s theme is “Encounters with Christ”. The planning team consisted of Rev. Philip Hunt, Rev. Dairel Kaiser and Pastors John and Sharon Kirch. The offerings taken for these services go to the work of the River View Ministerial Association, which sponsors the annual Baccalaureate service at River View High School. The location and preaching schedule is as follows: Feb. 21: Jesus and the man born

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Coshocton Christian Tabernacle speaking. Presenter will be Mr. Ralph Myers of Roscoe United Methodist Church. Scripture lesson will be First Corinthians 1: 18-25 March 10: Amazing Grace with Rev. James MacDonald from Park United Methodist Church speaking. Presenter will be Mrs. Marty Duling from Prairie Chapel United Methodist Church. Scripture lesson will be Ephesians 2: 1-10 March 17: O Jesus, I Have Promised with Rev. Diane Cook from Trinity Episcopal Church speaking. Presenter will be Mrs. Sharon Revennaugh from Coshocton Nazarene Church. Scripture lesson will be Hebrews 6: 10-20 March 24: When I Survey the Wondrous Cross with Rev. Cal Searles from Calvary Baptist Church speaking. Presenter will be Ms. Linda Udischas from Sacred Heart Roman Ctaholic Church. Scripture lesson will be John 19: 16b-27

When Gracee Robertson was home from school feeling sick one day, she turned on the news and was watching the progress reports from Haiti. Instead of just feeling sorry for the many homeless families, Gracee actually got up and did something. She and her mom started Operation operation blanket After watching the news Blanket. Gracee is not about Haiti one day, Gracee Robertson decided to your average second help the people of Haiti with Operation Blanket. She is collecting blankets to transport to the people of Haiti grader at Ridgewood now under the end of this month. At the time this arElementary. She is ticle was written, she has collected over 30 blankets very mature for her and wants to reach at least 1,000. Beacon photo age, so it came as no by beth dulaney surprise when she mountains, it gets really cold.” decided to spearhead Designs by Michele is making her new idea. “I picked blankets to keep them tags to sew on each blanket that will warm if they didn’t have any shelter say, “You are covered in prayer at or anything to lay on,” said Gracee. the Word of Life Ministry”. Again, She took her great idea to this was all Gracee’s idea. She said Ridgewood Elementary and she wanted the children of Haiti to presented the plan to Principal Brian know that God loves them too. If the community would like Rentsch. He jumped at the idea. Mr. Rentsch made fliers and to help Gracee reach her goal of distributed them to all the students 1,000 blankets, they can donate at the school. Gracee said she is also their blankets to the Ridgewood challenging the middle and high Elementary School, the Word of Life Ministry, or the Robertson’s school students to get involved. While everyone else at her residence at 204 Main Street in school is playing outside, Gracee West Lafayette. Donations will be and a friend count the new blankets taken until the end of this month. every afternoon right after lunch. But that’s not the end of the She said that over 30 blankets story. After February, Gracee have been collected so far, as of wants to keep this drive going. Wednesday, Feb. 3. She said her She still wants to collect blankets ultimate goal is to collect at least and donate them to the community nursing homes and the Coshocton 1,000 blankets. Gracee decided to run with Memorial Hospital. her idea. Now that her school was Gracee said she learned a lot actively involved, she wanted to do since starting Operation Blanket. more, so she contacted her church, She’s learned that there are always Word of Life Ministry in West obstables in your way, but to perserveer no matter what and that Lafayette. Gracee and her family are having people really do care about others. a little bit of trouble deciding how No matter how small your idea is, to get the blankets to Haiti. They give it a shot. It just might turn into said if anyone had any ideas or if something big. note: Special any business would like to help the Editor’s Red Cross get the blankets to Haiti, thanks to William Casteel of the Newcomerstown News for it would be greatly appreciated. “It’s warm in Haiti,” said contacting us with information Mary Robertson, “but people don’t about this article, and for letting me realize that at night and up in the borrow his camera! Thanks Bill! You’re awesome!


The 41st year of Lenten Luncheons, sponsored by the Coshocton County Association of Churches, will begin Wednesday, Feb. 17 and run through March 24. This year’s theme is “Singing the songs of the Savior”, based on many favorite hymns and scriptures. The planning committee was Rev. Philip Hunt, Rev. Bob Millspaugh, Pastor Everett Stoddard and Mrs. Alice Hoover. The luncheons are each Wednesday during Lent in the Fellowship Hall of the Coshocton Presbyterian Church at 11:45 a.m. The kitchen is under direction of Mrs. Sue Carlisle. Soup and pies are provided by local church women and men. A $3 donation is asked of those in attendance. Proceeds go to Church Women United for their county children’s clothing program. Lenton Luncheon schedule is as follows: Feb. 17: O Love that Wilt Not Let Me Go with Pastor Everett Stoddard from Prairie Chapel United Methodist Church speaking. Presenter will be Mr. Gary Fisher from Gospel Hill Ministry. Scripture lesson will be Jeremiah 31: 31-34 Feb. 24: Standing on the Promises with Pastor Tim Thomas from Warsaw Presbyterian Church speaking. Presenter will be Mrs. Becky Lerch of the Presbyterian Church. Scripture lesson will be Second Peter 1: 3-11 March 3: Beneath the Cross of Jesus with Pastor Dan Keaton from


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Coshocton High School Honor Roll GRADE 7 Joshua Arron Joseph Batchelor Claire Bowman Patrick Brouse Georgia Brown Couger Clarke Ethan Clift Katilyn Dent Lyndsey Desender Autumn Dickerson Stuart Dunlap Seth Fleming Thomas Gauerke Jacob Glasure Emily Hartley Madeline Hire Courtney Hutchison Noel Kinsey Hannah Lain Hannah Lentz James Magness Samuel Magness Mitchell Martin Monique Mayle Timothy Meyers Damon Miller Mitchell Milliken Haven Mizer Kyle Nelson Anthony Newell Krishna Patel Damian Polen Jacqueline Roman Raven Shannon Tyler Silverthorn Tristen Spinks Donald Stiteler

Lea Sutton Luke Sutton Katie Tupper Kallie Unger Morgan Unger Kristina Vickers Cameron Wiandt Michael Wilson Randy Woodby Shania Zeigler GRADE 8 Morgan Adams Tayler Burke Quantesha Carlton Corbin Coffman Emily Finton Casey Fortney Krista Gray Joshua Hilgenberg Carlin Huntington Nikki Jobe Shelby Kestler Brooke Kobel Nathan Lain Desirae Lindemuth James McDonald Michael McGuire Jaelynn Meek Hannah Michael Matthew Michael Alexandra Philabaum Cierra Roberts Kaitlyn Salmans Caley Shaw Marc Smith Katie Stiteler Kelly Towner

Phoenix Troendly Alex Wheeler GRADE 9 Emily Baker Ashley Blakely Tanner Cognion Kyle Corder Aaron Dosser Dillon England Zachary Jennings Karah Lain Mackenzie Martin Emilee Pell Natasha Perone Peggy Prince Emily Simpson Lauren Szymczak Amber Walters Ashley Wright GRADE 10 Audrey Arron Paige Bell Christina Bitler Alicia Blakely Brennan Bowman Nathan Bradison Byron Brenneman Jacob Bresciani Austin Bryant Samantha Carroll Emily Clark Kayla Cowden Corrie Cox Nichole deJesu Abigail Frank Sara Hamilton

Coleton Helter Evan Johnson Hawken Lewis Austin McCrea Brittany McFarland Alex Roman Katie Snider Brandon Taylor Ryan Terrell Samantha Thomas Clayton Turner Allison Wiandt Katherine Zingg GRADE 11 Trey Arney Andrew Baker Denae Biggers Hannah Borton Danielle Crown Tanner deJesu Brooke Donaker Elizabeth Hilgenberg Shayla Jackson Brandy James Jenna Kreider Rebecca Larntz Brandon Luke Cassondra Lyons Veronica Mathias Micaella Meek Jason Milliken Clinton Moore Desiree Moore Varsha Patel Lasha Philabaum Stephen Salmans Shelby Saylor

Scott Simpson Kasey Spang Taylor Triplitt Alan West Mackenzie Wheeler Richard Whetstone Rachel Zimomra GRADE 12 Alex Akers Stephanie Alverson Karlee Arnett Devon Bercot Lila Borton Abbie Bowman Autumn Bowman David Brown Griffin Bryant John Butcher Nike Christensen Lacy Dickerson Chelsea Dobson Alexandra Easterday Alan Eby Danielle Foster Andrew Frank Elizabeth Garrett Jordan Glover Ashley Guilliams Marc Helbling Joby Henry Joseph Hilgenberg Logan Huebner Jessica Hughes Shelby Jacobs Cassandra Johnson Katy Johnson Shelby Johnson

Marcus Johnston Coty Jordan Allison Kittell Emily Lentz Kevin Lepley Amber Lillibridge Kaitlyn Matz D o m i n i q u e McCluskey Kaitlin McKay Kelsey McPherson Nicholas Medley Campbell Miller Marlena Mosbacher Marcus Murphy Stephan Newell Katherine Pinney Victoria Potter Ryan Quinlan Matthew Richcreek Brandon Shaffer Kenzie Shaw Sarah Sheldon Ryan Shutt Sarah Sines Alexis Spitzer Lyndsey Stillion Mackenzie Stoffer Brandan Stottsberry Amanda Taylor Christian Taylor Hallie Thomas Shelby Thomas Courtney Turner Chelsey Unger Andrew Wallace Samantha Wilson Zan Yang

Coshocton High School Merit Roll GRADE 7 Cedric Anderson Ashland Coffey Shanya Demoss Quynh Do Ashley Fulks Gavin Gray Justin Johnson Kelbie Johnson Kevin Larntz Brice Lillibridge Gage Lower Samantha McElroy Chasee Nelson Hailey Rhodes Alexis Rose Sarah Skelton Cody Tarman Erik Taylor Logan Walters Kan Wang GRADE 8 Elise Bachert Peyton Bair

Rebecca Bookless Brody Brightwell Thomas Clark-Jarvis Colin deJesu Sara Dobson Steven Gentile Logan Givens Ian Hartley Joseph Jarvis Andrew Mackenzie Jordan Saylor Rebecca Sharier Gabrielle Virostko Benjamin Zimomra

Dustin Jenkins Jennifer Jenkins Colt Johnson Christian Osborn Hannah Ringenberg Kalina Scaggs-Payne Andrew Smith Jared Stubbs Alexa Sutton Jordan Thompson Andrew Walters Mary Wiggins Kelsey Williamson

GRADE 9 Olivia Bosson Dyson Bowman Savannah Brown Hayden Cantrell Nicole Carling Alyssa Dickerson Tyler Freetage Mackenzie Griffith

GRADE 10 Shane Appis Brianna Brennan Miranda Brown Katie Clough Nathaniel Conidi Kelly Cooper Maranda Dean Jennifer Eikenberry Kelly Florian

Joshua Helbling Jusdeanna Hughes Marissa Hysong Kyle Jackson Erin Kennard Alexander Lawrence Naomi Lofton Drew McNichols Amber Meiser Austin Moore Brittany Neiger Dylan Ogle David Powers Johnathan Rivera Mason Ruby Catie Shearn Gavin Shryock Brittanie Stottsberry Allen Wallace Jackson Wright

GRADE 11 Jarrett Allman Kevin Berry Kyle Blust Myranda Boylan Shawnna Carling Caci Clark Evan Clark Marcus Estvanko Richard Feller Kayla Huebner Tyler Hunt Kaylee Kreis John McKay Jennifer Meiser Michael Meyers Charles Mikulik Barbara Murphy Hailey Roby Carrie Sampsel Brianna Saylor Alexandra Tokar Erika Williamson Janice Wright

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The United Way of Coshocton County’s 200910 campaign is complete with $356,873 pledged to date or 101% of the $350,000 goal. To surpass goal in the present economic climate of Coshocton County is remarkable and the Board and staff would like to say Thank You. This would not be possible without the help of every donor. Every donor is invited to attend the United Way Annual Meeting and Awards Presentation Breakfast on Thursday, Feb. 18 at 7 a.m. at the Coshocton Presbyterian Church. The cost is $10 per person, this is a self-supporting event, and includes a breakfast buffet catered by CCMH. Breakfast buffet will begin at 6:45 a.m. Come celebrate the many achievements realized by this campaign. Reservations can be made by sending $10 per person to: United Way, PO Box 84, Coshocton, OH 43812. Invitations and reservation forms have been mailed to many local businesses. Please use the form provided to make your reservations. For additional information, call the United Way office 622-4567 or email It is not too late to pledge your support to the United Way campaign. With the increasing number of job losses and families in crisis, your pledge can help many people in Coshocton County receive the help they need. Many of our senior citizens need assistance with paying for necessary medication; children and families need food, clothing, and shelter assistance; and families who are working but can’t afford insurance will not be able to get immunizations for their children that will keep them healthy and disease free. United Way’s goal is to support the programs that give a hand up to the people in Coshocton County in times of crisis and assist them in returning to or becoming healthy and productive. If you have pledged to United Way, thank you. If you have not, please call the United Way today at 622-4567 and a pledge form will be sent to you. Make a difference in the lives of so many by getting involved today. GIVE. ADVOCATE. VOLUNTEER. LIVE UNITED.


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Tuesday, February 16, 23: W.L. Preschool Library News Story Time; West from the Lafayette Branch Coshocton and Library: ChilWest Lafayette dren, ages 3 - 5 are invited to Libraries Preschool Story Time for stories, fingerplays, and songs with your story time friends. Registration is requested by calling the Branch at 545-6672. 11:30 - noon Tuesday, February 16, 23: Evening Preschool Story Time; Coshocton Public Library: Children, ages 3 - 5, are invited to Preschool Story Time for stories, fingerplays, and songs with your story time friends. Registration is requested. Call 622-0956 to sign-up. 6:30 – 7 p.m. Wednesday, February 10, 17, 24: Preschool Story Time; Coshocton Public Library: Children, 3-5 years old, are invited to Preschool Story Time. Enjoy stories, finger plays, and songs with your story time friends. Register by calling 622-0956. 10:30 – 11 a.m.

Darren Hayes Adam McPherson Brianna Mullett Keith Murray Hannah Pepping Shayna Roth Jordan Vaiea Paige Warwick Grade 12 Courtney Babcock Kyle Bradford Andrew Gates Drew Markley Ashley McCormick Deidre McVay Kimberly Michael Tyler Shumaker Brooke Thomas Ryan Wise Cody Woods

Ridgewood High School Honor Roll Grade 8 Julie Adkins Seth Bergeron Paige Bowman Jonathan Burgan Hayden Burkholder Heather Burris Jon-Paul Clark Quaneisha Cleveland Sydney Colucy Tanner Durr Jashua Eckelberry Lindsey Gould Kaley Harrison Nathan Hoffman Mackenzie Kistler Chance Long Kelsey Maple Erica Olinger Rachel Schlarb Michael Stone Ashley Tolliver Dennis Varian Jr. Andrew Vaughn Tevis Whitt Grade 9 Jantzen Allen Bret Anderson Mackenzie Bates

Jeffery Conner Kody Hains Reba Kocher Jasmine Pelfrey Lauren Preston Jeremy Shamel Elizabeth Sharier Sierra Shaw Kira Smalley Jeff Smith Krista Thomason Victoria Wiggins Austin Youker Taylor Zinkon Grade 10 Jacob Bone Meghan Cunningham Christian Deibel Asia Eison Seth Finton Kelsey Gosser Celia Gress Shayla Guilliams Tyler Hostetler Elizabeth Layman Alexis Lusk Tyler Mann Clarrisa Roof Savannah Slusser

Kayla Tedrick Cheyenne VanFossen Grade 11 Nicole Austin Kayleigh Bowe Skylor Dennis Paige Erb Luke Feldner Allison Hardesty Bradley Harvey Amber Michael Aimee Ott Conner Tidrick Kelsey Waite Raymond Wyers Tiffany Zimmerman Grade 12 Nathan Anderson Austin Bates John Browning Katelyn Guenther Hobie Hardesty Alyssa Hostetler Whitney McCloy Brian O’Connor Lindsey Pigman Dillon Uebel Yu Zhang

Contractor workshop scheduled The Coshocton Soil and Water Conservation District will be having a Contractor’s Workshop on Friday, Feb. 19 from 8 - 11:30 a.m. at Edie Ryan’s Restaurant. Topics will include SWCD Program Updates, using Web Soil Survey, soils characteristics, County Health Department updates including septic system regulations, County

Wednesday, February 10, 17, 24: Plugged and Unplugged; Coshocton Public Library: Teens are invited to the Coshocton Public Library for online and traditional gaming. Board Games, Video Games, Internet Access, Friends, Snacks and Fun! 2:30 – 5 p.m. Thursday, February 11: Winter Chi; Coshocton Public Library: Reduce Stress ~ Increase Energy ~ Find Comfort in Your Body with gentle movements inspired by Tai Chi and poetry. Noon – 1 p.m. Wednesday, February 10: Friends of the Library; Coshocton Public Library: Come learn how you can get involved with the Friends of the Library. Opportunities for volunteering include helping at story times, working at Books Galore Book Store, helping at programs and more. Call 622-0956 for information. Noon – 1 p.m. Wednesday, February 10: Keeping a Personal Journal; Coshocton Public Library: Learn how keeping a personal journal can enrich your life. Materials will be provided. (If you already have a journal or favorite notebook, bring it along. This program is free and open to all teens and adults. 6:30 – 8:30 p.m.

Engineer’s office updates including driveway access, and an open discussion on how the SWCD can better serve contractors. Contractors interested in attending should contact the Coshocton SWCD office by the Feb. 16 deadline by calling 6228087, extension 4. Space is limited.

Book of the week: Adult Fiction The Lacuna by: Kingsolver, Barbara Adult Nonfiction The Healing Promise of Qi: Creating Extraordinary Wellness through Qigong and Tai Chi by: Jahnke, Roger Teen Fiction The Haymeadow (Book on CD) by: Paulsen, Gary Children’s Picture Book Strega Nona’s Harvest by: DePaola, Tommy

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Keene Elementary holds loose change drive for Haiti Like all of us, the kids at Keene Elementary School were touched by the tragedy in Haiti. Particularly disturbing to these youngsters is the plight of the children in Haiti. So they decided to do something about it by collecting loose change over a six day period. The kids were paired up by homerooms; for example, the first grade homeroom class was paired with a sixth grade class homeroom. The monies collected were given through the Keene United Methodist Church, where it will be donated via the United Methodist Committee on Relief (UMCOR). Overall, the kids collected $1729.22 and 100% of that money will go to help the relief effort. Keene Principal Jerry Olinger had this to say about the drive, “After the events in Haiti we discussed what we had seen and how horrible it was so we thought what can we do here at Keene to help? We came up with a loose change drive . . . we have done this before for other fund drives. This one really caught fire; the parents had to be very supportive for this to happen. I believe that the success was based on two things; the spirit of giving – these kids know what is going on and are aware of the need, and the spirit of competition. These kids will do anything for a pizza party! Pat Anderson of Domino’s Pizza and Bonnie Corder of Wendy’s Restaurant provided some small incentives for the kids when they dropped some loose change in the cans”.

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“During the first two days the money went into their team’s gallon can. Beginning on the third day anytime a child brought in paper money they put it in another team’s can – and that amount was deducted from that team’s total. This just adds some fun and competitiveness to the drive”, said Olinger. Several of the children at Keene brought in a significant portion of their own money. Thomas Wright, a third grader, said, “I did this to help other people and be a good friend to the people in Haiti”. Mason Varns, also in the third grade, commented, “It was important because they can’t afford their food supplies. I felt it was important to give. I gave some of my birthday money and money I got at Christmas. I’ll miss it but I will get more next year”. Brittany Schaefer, a sixth grader, remarked, “I gave because the people in Haiti needed the money. Their homes were pretty much destroyed. They needed it. I brought in money that I have earned doing chores at my Grandpa’s restaurant”. Kyle Daugherty said, “I first saw the news about Haiti on TV. I felt really bad and I knew something had to be done. I gave some of my birthday money – and I worked at home for some of it. It makes me feel really good to give, we are a rich country and I felt we could give to a poorer country”. Before announcing the winning home rooms,

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Alzheimer’s Workshop. Maintain your Brain; a workshop presented by the Alzheimer’s Association Greater East Ohio Chapter will be Tuesday, Feb. 16 at 6 p.m. at Autumn Health Care, located at 1991 Otsego Ave in Coshocton. Learn about Alzheimer’s disease and what you can do today to live a brain healthy lifestyle. Refreshments will be served. Register today by calling 740-622-2074. Coshocton County ADHD Support Group. Are you struggling with a child or children who may have ADHD? There is help in the area! There are many who may not be aware of the help, but there is a support group in Coshocton County! The group meets once a month! If you have any suggestions or ideas, please share them. The ADHD Support Group will be at St. John’s UCC, 808 Orange St., Coshocton on Feb. 6, 2 - 3:30 p.m. For more information or questions, contact Angie Moses at 740-623-8551 or by email at

Pancake Supper. Central Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) is sponsoring its annual Pancake Supper on Tuesday, Feb. 16 from 5:30 - 7 p.m. in the church’s Fellowship Hall. Donation of $6 and children under 5 are free. The proceeds from the pancake supper will go to Hospice of Coshocton County. Dinner includes pancakes, orange juice, milk, coffee, tea, sausage or bacon. Advance tickets are available mornings at the church office, or at the offices of Hospice or at the Good News Bookstore. Central Christian is located at the corner of Main and 8th Streets. Isleta UMC is taking spring flower orders through Feb. 28. You can order flats or annuals for $2.50, 4” pots of specialty plants for $2.75, hanging baskets for $13.50 and perennials for $7.75. There is a huge list of flowers available from the grower, Molesky Greenhouse of Alliance. Flowers can be picked up Saturday, May 8 from 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. at the church. For more information and an order form, call Bev Darr at 740-492-0606.

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Masquerade $5 Jewelry Sale. The Pink Ladies fundraiser “Masquerade, $5 Jewelry and Accessories Sale” will be on Thursday, Feb. 11 from Noon to 7 p.m. and Friday, Feb. 12 from 6:30 a.m. - 3 p.m. at Coshocton County Memorial Hospital Grand Central Station. Cash, checks credit cards and payroll deductions. Proceeds benefit CCMH. Bloodmobile. There will be a Bloodmobile at Autumn Healthcare in Coshocton in the therapy room on Friday, Feb. 12 from 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. To schedule an appointment, call Kim Seward at 740-622-2074. “Enter to win free groceries for a year from Krogers!” Spaghetti Supper. Community Valentine Spaghetti Supper will be Friday evening, Feb. 12 at 5 p.m. at the Tiverton Community Hall. Menu includes Spaghetti, garlic bread, salad, dessert and drinks. There will be a cake walk, games for children, youth and adults. Donations accepted and everyone is welcome. Free Soup Luncheon For Seniors. Autumn Healthcare located at 1991 Otsego Avenue will have a Free Soup Luncheon for Seniors on Feb. 17 from 11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. Call 740-622-2074, R.S.V.P. required. Bluegrass Jam. Three Rivers Fire Department, located at the intersection of SR 36 and SR 621, Canal Lewisville, presents Bluegrass Music on Feb. 27. Featured band is Northern Tradition at 7 - 9 p.m. Acoustic jam will follow from 9 - 11 p.m. Admission is $5 a person with children 12 and under no charge. Food and non-alcoholic drinks will be available starting at 5 p.m. furnished by the Three Rivers Fire Department with proceeds for the fire department. There will be a raffle and/or a 50/50 drawing. For more information contact Duane and Clenda Hardesty at 740-498-8456. Soup Supper. All you can eat Soup Supper will be Thursday, March 4 at Tiverton Community Hall. Menu will include different kinds of soups, salad and homemade pie and cake. Cost is $5 for adults and $2.50 for ages 6 and under. Serving will be from 4:30 - 6 p.m.

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Whitey Ashcraft

Justin Huntington

CALL US 623.2200 1102 Chestnut St, Coshocton at the 5-way light  us out on the net at

february 10, 2010 (This price includes Tax, Title & Helmet)


The Beacon classified hotline 622-4ADS

School Events

Sweets for Your Sweet. Newcomerstown East School invites you to their second annual “Sweets for Your Sweet” sale on Friday, Feb. 12 from 3 - 5 p.m. in the gym. There will be hundreds of delicious sweets to choose from and you can make up your own selection of favorites for only $5 per pound. Come early for the best selection. All proceeds will fund educational incentives and opportunities for East School students.

Marriages: Jonathan Richard Gallwitz of Warsaw to Gail Evelyn Weygandt of Walhonding Troy Allen Jones of West Lafayette to Sharon Diane Griffith of West Lafayette


RX-1 - $699

Oil Change Special - $24.95 (Bulk Shell Oil) Diesel Oil Change - $59.95 (Up to 10 quarts Rotella Shell oil) *tax not included

Coshocton Common Pleas Court – Divorces/Dissolutions Divorces Granted: Robert A Cushman of Coshocton from Shirley A Cushman of West Lafayette Virgil Lee Clapper of Warsaw from Nicole Renee Clapper of Warsaw Robert R Crowthers of Seffner, FL from Charity Ann Crowthers of Coshocton

Land Transfers 1/28 Federal Home Loan Mortgage Co to Gerald D HochRelay for Life stetler Jr; $77,000 Team Super Cure of the Coshocton County Relay Shawn T Pembrook and Sherri L Stringfellow Pembrook to Timothy Glen and Katie J Mast and Kenfor Life will be having a Valentine’s Day Dinner and Dancing at the Loyal Order of the Moose on Feb. 13. neth Lee and Joy Mast; $115,000 Roger B Finney to Neudorf Acres, LLC an Ohio LimDoors open at 5 p.m. and dinner begins at 5:30 p.m. ited Liability Company; $126,798 Dancing will be from 9 p.m. – midnight. The event is semi-formal and dinner includes Ribeye steak or Mon- 1/29 Janice Hinzman and Christy M Musbrush to Rebecca treal chicken. David Joseph will provide the music. There will be a 50/50, a raffle, and door prizes. Tickets S Lawson; $47,880 are $40 per couple ($5 for reserved seating). Advance 2/1 Donald E Allen Jr and Connie L Allen to Larry E and sales only. $20 deposit for ticket sales available. Must Carla Holder; $22,000 have full payment by Feb. 10. Contact Mary Jackson 2/2 at 623-0706 for more information. Appalachian Investment LLC to Donald W and Kathy S Magee; $165,355.43 Michael A Cottrell and Jeffrey D Cottrell to Loren J Steady and Kathy M Steady; $38,400 Michael A Cottrell and Jeffrey D Cottrell to Charles F Stricker and Lena M Stricker; $11,000 2/3 Victoria Lynn Baira to Carl C Parrillo; $50,000 Richard Lillibridge and Marsha Lillibridge to Chase Manhattan Bank National Association; $28,000 2001 Ford Focus SE....................$4,995 Matthew D Durbin to Homesales Inc of Delaware; 4 door, 4 cyl, AT, AC, 70k, Clean & Sharp! $17,500 1999 Jeep Cherokee Sport..........$4,295 2/4 2 door, 6 cyl, 5-spd, 2WD, 100k. US Bank to Phillip W Lindell; $48,230 Nice Rust Free Jeep! Michael R Hoxworth to Mark P Hoxworth; $33,850.69 (50 others to choose from - all under $5,000) CWA Properties Ltd. to LFP2 LLC; $16,100 CWA Properties Ltd. to LFP2 LLC; $11,000 CWA Properties, Ltd. to Garry H Buchanan and Jackie L Buchanan; $17,000 – Since 1972 – CWA Properties Ltd. to LFP2 LLC; $22,500

4x4, Fully Auto, 4 wheel independent suspension, winch, top, 1/2 doors, 500cc & 700cc available. *Up to 5 year warranties available. Call for details


The Warsaw UMC Jacob’s Closet new hours of operation. Beginning in February, we will be open every Thursday from 9 - noon, and the last Thursday of each month, 9 - noon and 5 – 8 p.m. At this time, we will no longer accept any clothing until the first of March. The church is located at 130 E. Church St. in Warsaw. For more information, call 740-824-3228.

Providing Quality Affordable Vehicles And Satisfaction After The Sale 65 W. Pine Street, Coshocton • 740-622-8811 (By Riverside Towers Apartments)








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Auto Sales



740-498-6500 • 800-675-7013

Mon., Tues., Thurs. & Fri. 8-6; Wed. 8-5; Sat. 9-1 Visit us at 700 W. State St. • Newcomerstown




1921 Otsego Ave, Coshocton Josh Ward 740.622.3936 • 866.622.0207 Service Manager


PETS Adopting a pet? Animal Adoption Center Thrift Store has kittens, cats, puppies, dogs. All are altered, shots, wormed. Save a life, Adopt! 504 Main. 740-575-4519 WANTED TO BUY Wanted To Buy microwaves, TV’s, washer, dryers, stoves, refrigerators in good condition. 740-502-3792 or 740-575-4998

HOMES FOR RENT 1 BDR Cottage, remodeled, stove, refrigerator, deck quiet overlooking river. 1 mile from town $350 rent plus deposit. Call 740-622-5522 after 7:00 p.m. 2BR, 1BA, single story home, eat-in kitchen, driveway/carport. no pets, smoking-no. $445 plus utilities. 740-502-9104 3BR, 2BA, 2-story/ corner lot. Living room, family room,

dining room, utility room. No pets, TRAILERS smoking-no. $545 plus utilities. 740- 2009 Top brand 502-9104 5’x10’ utility trailer, 2”x6” floor, 15” tires, 3BR, 1 1/2BA, 2-sto- excellent condition. ry/newly renovated, $2,990 GVW. $600. central air, living 740-610-8466 or room, family room, 740-622-6480 dining room, newly remodeled kitchen, TRUCKS hardwood floor & new carpet. De- 01 Ford F150 XLT. tached garage. No $5,795. 740-623pets, smoking-no. 8337 $595 plus utilities. 740-502-9104 01 Chevy S10, Tonneau cover, towing Coshocton, 2&3 package. $7,995. BR, month to 740-623-8337 month lease, no cats. 740-498-5893 06 Dodge Dakota SLT, quad, 4x4, POLE BUILDINGS sunroof, short bed. $15,695. 740-62360x96x14 all met- 8337 al Pole Building. $29,500. Bridgette Metal Pole Buildings. Got something you 330-704-3933 really want to sell!? Put it in front of SUV’s thousands of readers in The Coshocton 2005 Ford Escape County Beacon clasXLT, V6, 4x4, new sifieds! tires, low miles, 54,000, ex. cond., Call Nicole at $12,500. FIRM. 740622-4ADS (4237) 622-5479 or fax to 623-9937 or visit us at 226 Main St.!

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february 10, 2010 The Beacon classified hotline 622-4ADS

For Sale Kiln dried FAS 8/4 R. oak 4/4 S. Maple 4/4 Cherry Planing, Sanding. LSR Andrew J. Yoder 32713 S.R. 643 ONLINE SHOPPING Fresno, Ohio 43824, 2 mi. South of New TLG Distributors Bedford Online Advertising. Call Terry 740-575FURNITURE 4121 Electric recliner lift SERVICES chair, like new. Asking $500. Call 740Bud’s Refuse Trash 829-2037 Pick-up, city & county clean-up. Special Steelcase lateral file one time pick-ups. 65”H30”W18”D, eight Odd jobs, senior 6” drawers, lateral discounts. 740-622- file space 10”x27”. 2414 Color almond, great for home, garage or Over night Care office. $30.00 740giver for your elderly/ 623-8669 ill/handicapped family member. 2-4 eveHAY nings a week. Some cooking, cleaning, Hay for sale. Large laundry. References round bales $40-$45. available. Call 740- Square bales $3.00610-8009 $4.50. Straw $2.00. 740-828-3618 STNA looking to do private home health- First and Second care and housekeep- cutting orchard Grass ing. $8.00/hour. Ref- Timothy mixed hay. erences available. Round and square 740-502-7257 bales. 740-824-3621 Wanted. Someone with a snow plow to plow drive-way as needed. Please call 740-575-4264

Standing Timber or chipwood. 5 acres or 7 1/4” electric saw, more. Contact 740never used. Small 545-9227. gas heater. 1-body matt massage sysAPARTMENT tem. 1-Shiatu masFOR RENT saging cushion, moving mechanism for 1BR all utilities paid, chair. Slow cooker. except electric. Brand 1-Rotisserie & BBQ. new kitchen and bath, 740-623-9956 Basement, garage. 118 S 11th Street. Rainbow Sweeper, $375/mo. plus decarpet power head, posit. 740-545-0697 water holding tank, and other attach- Apt for rent, very ments. Asking $75 clean, will work with for all. Call 740-623- deposit. $275/mo. 0093 for more infor- 740-502-3792 mation. MISC ITEMS

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Village Motors

Village Motors



SHOP 6 FRANCHISES AT ONE LOCATION, ONLY A SHORT DRIVE AWAY! HUGE multi-million dollar inventory! 2010 Ford F150 4x4 STX Super Cab classified hotline 622-4ADS

The Beacon

february 10, 2010

2010 Ford Focus 4 Dr. S




2.0L, 4 cyl., 5-spd, air, tilt, power locks, cd, cloth int., Sirius Satellite, Gray. #10F035



List Price $16,885 Village Discount -$893 Bonus Cash -$1,000 ***Factory Rebate -$1,000




4.6L, 8 cyl., air, cruise, tow pkg., $ CD, alum. wheels, ltd slip axle, power List Price Discount equip group, red. Village Bonus Cash



$33,310 -$2,820 -$1,000 ***Factory Rebate -$2,000

2010 Dodge Grand Caravan SE

2010 Jeep Patriot 4x4



2.4L, 4 cyl., auto, air, cruise, CD, $ alum. wheels, power equip List Price Village Discount group, blue. ***Factory Rebate #10JE010

$24,260 -$768 -$1,500


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$24,445 -$1,446 -$1,000



Our entire inventory can be viewed at



09 Ford Taurus Ltd.

#11704. Lt. Blue, 30k mi., full power, leather, heated seats, moonroof.



08 Honda Accord EX

#11709. Silver, 18k mi., V6, auto, full power, p. drivers seat, CD, moonroof.



06 Mitsubishi Eclipse GS #11657. Gray, 68k mi., 4 cyl., auto, full power, 6 disc CD, moonroof.



06 Chrysler 300C

#11696. Black, 47k mi., Certified, Hemi, leather, full power, CD.

08 Nissan Versa ......................................$11,999

04 Jeep Wrangler X 4x4 ......................$14,900

08 Mercury Milan ..................................$15,995

08 Ford Fusion SE ...................................$14,999

07 Dodge Ram 3500 4x4 ....................$35,999

08 Lincoln Town Car Sig. Ltd. ...........$23,999

#11579. Silver, 33k mi.,4 cyl., auto, air, full power, CD.

#11649. Blue, 40k mi., Certified, V6, auto, full power, air, CD.

09 Dodge Journey SE ............................$15,999 #11670. Silver, 19k mi., 4 cyl, auto, tilt, 6 disc CD, side air bags.

07 Jeep Commander 4x4 Sport........$18,899 #11665. Gray, 29k mi., Certified, V6, auto, full power, CD.

#11469. Black, 48k mi., 6 cyl., auto, air, soft top.

#11551. Red, 20k mi., Quad Cab, Dually, full power, CD, step bars.

09 Dodge Avenger SXT ........................$15,999 #11534. Blue, 24k mi., 4 cyl., auto, air, full power, Sirius Satellite.

09 Chevy Malibu LT ................................$17,995 #11578. Gray, 23k mi., full power, CD, alloy wheels.

#11683. Silver, 29k mi., 4 cyl., auto, full power, CD.

#11546. Black, 32k mi., leather, full power, heated seats, 6 disc CD.

05 Ford Expedition XLT 4x4 ................$15,999

#11554. Black, 74k mi., 5.4L V8, auto, full power, 3rd row seating.

09 Chrysler Town & Country.............$21,900 #11570. Green, 29k mi., Certified, Stow & Go, full power, CD, alloys.

SPECIAL 748 Wooster Rd • SR 83 North • Millersburg, Ohio SERVICE HOURS: 800-292-8842 • 330-674-2055 Open Mondays until 8pm Open Mon. & Thurs. 8am-9pm • Tues. Wed. & Fri. 8am-5pm; Sat. 8am-1pm 0023_021010

February 10, 2010 Coshocton County Beacon  

Volume 2, Number 28 of The Coshocton County Beacon