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The Coshocton County

Volume 2, Number 3

Shining a Positive Light on Coshocton County

May 27 - June 10, 2009

Build it and they will come!

I NSIDE ! Warsaw 175th Anniversary

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First Friday – Section B, 6 & 7 Balloon Festival Information – Section A, pg 5 - Section B, pg 1

Classified – Section A, pg 15 HAPPY BIRTHDAY


WEST LAFAYETTE COMMUNITY COOPERATION TURNS BALL FIELDS INTO REALITY Pictured from left to right are community leaders, volunteers, village council and Ridgewood Recreation members cutting the ribbon to open the new ball diamonds in West Lafayette. From left to right are; Jenna Bergeron, Heather Wilson, Christie Maurer, Ron Lusk, Brenda Mencer, Todd Cognion, Janet Michael, Carl Cognion, W. L. Mayor Jack Patterson, John Powell, Larry Cornelius, Joe Scott, Bob Nelson, Dorothy Dalton, Amy Hasseman, Ed Chapeline, Danny Markley and Rotary District Governor Tom Kokensparger. (Beacon photo by Mark Fortune)



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MARK FORTUNE This edition of The Beacon comes to you following the Memorial Day holiday – and despite the fact that this issue comes after the speeches, parades, barbeques, picnics and visits to the cemetery, I hope you paused to reflect on the sacrifices that our brave men and women in uniform have made to keep our country free. These past sacrifices – and continuing sacrifices – allow us to watch the baseball games, vote, drive from state to state without any papers save the driver’s license and proof of insurance, talk and write about our elected officials in just about any vein we wish and basically enjoy all that this great country offers. Are we going through some difficult times? Certainly. We have endured tough times before – and much worse times

than we are currently seeing. We are at war, but not a world war. We have high unemployment rates – but not anywhere near the rates during the Great Depression years. Most of us can watch the Cavaliers pound on the Orlando Magic (We hope so!) root our beloved Buckeyes on to victory in the horseshoe – and enjoy a grilled steak or hamburger with a cool beverage of our choosing on a warm summer evening. Hasn’t the weather during the past couple of weeks been absolutely gorgeous? Warm, blue skies kissed by the sun and cool evenings with a gentle breeze. Except for fall I am not sure it gets much better than this in Coshocton County. Let’s salute all of our graduating seniors across the county this week! You can read all of the details about each graduation ceremony along with the names of all graduating seniors in this edition of The Beacon. We appreciate all of the sponsors that made this possible. Please let these area – and local – businesses know that you appreciate their support. We urge you

Pick up your copy of The Coshocton County Beacon at the following locations. In Coshocton: Agents Realty Ameristop Food Mart Baker’s IGA Buehler’s Cantwell Creek Garden Center Chamber of Commerce Chestnut BP Chrysler Jeep Dodge of Coshocton Circle K Collins Meat Market Coshocton County Convention and Visitor Bureau Coshocton County Senior Center Coshocton Public Library Dari Delight Earl’s Dari Drive-In G&M 5 Point Auto Garden Patch, The Good News Bookstore

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to buy local whenever possible to keep our area vibrant and moving forward. Speaking of moving forward, the long anticipated access to broadband has arrived! Dorothy Skowrunski, Campus Administrator at the Coshocton Campus of COTC, said in a letter of support to the Coshocton County Commissioners, “As the Campus Administrator for the Coshocton County Campus of Central Ohio Technical College, I strongly support the broadband initiative as it directly relates to the needs of our students in the Coshocton community and their advancement through higher education. Access to high speed internet throughout the county is critical to all residents but especially to students who use the tools and resources available on the worldwide web”. According to the commissioner’s office, broadband access points have been installed on towers in New Castle and Killbuck. Permission has been granted for Conesville and the WOSU tower near River View High School. The commissioners also have pointed out that if you have contacted Lightspeed for broadband access and they are not

able to help you right now – this does not mean that you will not have access in the future. You can visit the company’s website at www.lightspeedwireless. com for a complete update and request service. Our county commissioners and others involved with this project deserve to be complimented for being visionary enough to give this effort the legs to help ensure better long-term economic and educational viability of our community. Finally – go Cavs!

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Cognion, members of the Ridgewood Recreation board, coaches, players and parents all helped make this possible. We had a lot of people show up to do manual labor here – and when people were asked to help, they stepped up”. Brenda Mencer, boys baseball and tee ball director, and Heather Wilson, Ridgewood Recreation treasurer and a coach, both stated, “We’ve had a of helping hands – the community has been wonderful, especially Ron Lusk, the Mayor and council. We are thankful it will be beautiful. It’s brought a lot of the community together already and it will continue to bring people together. Larry

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Cornelius has been wonderful. He’s done a lot of it”. Elaine Hayes, coach of the Superior Pizza 7 to 10 year old team, said, “I think it’s a great addition to West Lafayette and it will pay off in the years to come. It will give the kids something to do”. Janet Michael, President of Ridgewood Recreation stated, “Our dream of six years is now a reality. We want to thank the Mayor and village council who donated the land on which these fields sit, Bob Nelson of West Lafayette Rotary who provided the funding for the six dugouts, and the many hours of hard work by all of the volunteers. And a special thanks

to Larry Cornelius, without whom this wouldn’t have happened”. Bob Nelson of West Lafayette Rotary said, “We were glad to do it – we had some help from our district – this project cost a little under $5,000 and they gave us $2,000 of that money. I would like to recognize Carl & Todd Cognion, who very graciously donated their time and expertise and even their help to make the dugouts possible. And Al McCormick should also be thanked. A special tribute to Charley Easter – who passed away during this project – he was here when asked with this tractor and backhoe. Nelson contin-

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embers of the Ridgewood Recreation, volunteers, West Lafayette village council, West Lafayette Rotary and special guests attended the opening ceremony on May 20 of a new baseball and softball complex in West Lafayette. Larry Cornelius, who coordinated the construction of the project, said that this was, “done for the community. We’ve expanded our fields to meet the demand of the league – It’s been a long time coming. The West Lafayette Rotary really stepped up. They’re responsible for the dugouts. West Lafayette Mayor Jack Patterson, village council members, Carl & Todd


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The theme for this year’s Bible school at Roscoe United Methodist is “Crocodile Dock.” The fun starts Monday, June 8th and runs through Friday, June 12th, 9:00 am to 12:00 pm each day. Preschoolers will attend Rocky’s Preschool Playhouse. They will join the older kids for opening and closing each day and in between they will enjoy fun age appropriate Bible learning activities, games and snacks. Preschoolers are children four years old and who have not yet attended Kindergarten. Each day they will receive a new buddy and learn the Bible point of

the day. There will be two classes of preschoolers that will be divided by ages after enrollments have been received. “Bayou Crews” are children in Kindergarten through sixth grade (current school year 2008-2009). The children will have their Bible School program on Sunday, June 14th during the 10:30 am worship service. For more information and to register, call Karen Shepler at 622-7780. Pre-registration is strongly encouraged. Roscoe UMC is located in Roscoe Village at 475 High Street. The Rev. Coralee Cox is the pastor.

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especially enjoy the guest speaker, Chloe Crouso. She is the 15-year-old daughter of Lena and Kendall Crouso. Her talk is entitled ‘Stained Glass’ and will focus on her family’s recent experiences in India. Tickets for the Spring Tea are $12 at the door, or may be purchased in advance for $10 at the Good News Bookstore, Marilyn’s Natural Foods, from Women of Witness Board Members or by calling the Women of Witness office at (740) 6223797. Women of Witness (WOW) is a unique nondenominational group of women of faith joining together to empower other women and fulfill faithful acts of kindness in the community. Annually, numerous needs are met and acts of kindness fulfilled. For example, WOW’s Helping Hands school supply drive assisted over 350 local children with the school supplies last year. WOW also has a Prayer Quilt Ministry. For more information about Women Of Witness, Coshocton, contact the WOW office at (740) 622-3797.

Camp Invention coming to Coshocton The Camp Invention® program is coming to Central Elementary School in Coshocton this summer. Children will learn and apply Newton’s Three Laws of Physics during an innovative program hosted at local schools this summer. At the Camp Invention program, children are challenged with hands-on activities that foster creativity, teamwork, science literacy, and inventive-thinking skills. The program was created by the National Inventors Hall of Fame Foundation in 1990, with support from the United States Patent and Trademark Office. The top priority of the Camp Invention program is to provide quality enrichment activities for children entering first through sixth grades. An inquiry-based program offered to your local school district, participants’ understanding of science, math, history, and the arts is enhanced as they participate daily in five activityoriented thematic modules. The program runs for one week from 8 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. daily. Each day, up to 110 children rotate between five thematic modules that build upon what was learned the previous day. The program’s integrated curricula align with national and state education standards and are taught by certified teachers from the local community. The Camp Invention program was featured in the September 2006 issue of Child magazine as a program that fosters the current “hands-on, mindson” philosophy of leading educators. Due to its innovative approach to learning, it has also been highlighted on National Public Radio’s Science Friday and in newspapers, magazines, and educational journals across the

country. Since its inception, the program has grown to include more than 1,000 sites in 48 states. In 2008, more than 66,000 children participated nationwide. “We’re getting to the root of innovation by providing motivation to learn, create and excel, particularly in the critical areas of math and science,” said Michael J. Oister, president of Invent Now Kids, the subsidiary company that provides education enrichment for the National Inventors Hall of Fame Foundation. At the Coshocton program children will not only figure out a way to live on a foreign planet during the Problem Solving on Planet ZAK® module, but also save a polluted city from grown-ups’ neglect in the Saving Sludge City™ module, and create amusement park rides during the Imagination Point: Ride Physics™module. Each year, every program features the I Can Invent: Complicated Machines & Fantasy Inventions™ module. This module continues to reinvent itself year after year. This summer, younger children will take apart discarded household appliances and create new inventions, while older children will build Rube Goldberg machines. During the Recess Remix™ module, children will put their own spin on classic games of yesteryear. This summer, the Camp Invention program is coming to Central Elementary School June 8-12. To learn more about the Camp Invention program and how you can get your children involved, call 800-968-4332. Visit their website at www.


and keep things equal. In over 25 years of flying, we have about the same number of flight hours. We’ve even named our balloon Shared Magic to reflect that aspect. Talk about togetherness!” The Thompsons say they have had some great adventures ballooning and have even made water landings on the Ohio River. Kathy says that many pilots are able to design their balloon envelopes so the artwork and the names of the balloons reflect their owners’ personalities. “We think Shared Magic with its bright colors and sprinkling of stars fits us perfectly,” she said. Kelly Kendall, Manager of Administration and Office Services at the Frontier Power Company, is pleased that Frontier Power is able to sponsor the Balloon Festival again this year. “We’ve committed to the festival because we feel it’s a wonderful event not only for our community but for the entire State of Ohio,” said Kendall. “We are fortunate that it’s able to remain a free event and it offers something for everyone.” A full slate of fun and entertainment will also take place over the weekend at the Fairgrounds. Visitors can enjoy midway attractions, craft booths, carnival rides, fireworks, photo contest, kiddie tractor pull, 5K race, flag ceremony, nightglow, musical entertainment, food vendors and many other family-oriented

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activities. On Friday night, enjoy free musical entertainment by Timothy Paul from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. and the fireworks display beginning at 9:15 p.m. Saturday night Phil Dirt and the Dozers will perform from 7:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. and the popular balloon ‘Night Glow’ will be held at 9:15 p.m. Balloon launches and fly-ins will take place (weather permitting) on Friday, June 5 from 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.; Saturday, June 6, from 6:00 a.m. to 7:30 a.m. and again from 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.; and Sunday, June 7, from 6:00 a.m. to 7:30 a.m. Kendall says the employees at Frontier Power help in many ways with the event and truly enjoy the weekend. “We have employees who are balloon chase crew members, some work in the T-shirt tent and I serve as a member of the Balloon Festival Committee,” she said. “We all look forward to this annual festival and are happy that The Frontier Power Company is able to help. Coshocton is very fortunate to have such an event and we hope it continues long into the future.” Remington says that this is the longest running hot air balloon festival in Ohio and that the balloon pilots love coming to Coshocton. “Hot air balloons have a way of creating happiness and putting a smile on faces,” added Remington. “Plus the event is wonderful for our local tourism. It brings in hundreds, if not thousands of visitors to Coshocton each year. Many families near and far enjoy taking advantage of this fun, free event.” For more information about the Frontier Power Hot Air Balloon Festival contact the Coshocton County Chamber of Commerce at (740) 622-5411 or visit their website at www.

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Monday, June 8 – Pork Chop, Mashed Potatoes, California Mix, Apricots, Dinner Roll/Marg., Milk Tuesday, June 9 – Chicken Parmesan w/Spaghetti, Green Beans, Banana, Fruit in Gelatin, Garlic Bread/Marg., Milk. Wednesday, June 10 - Turkey Club Sandwich, Potato Salad, Cole Slaw, Tropical Fruit, Bread, Milk. Thursday, June 11 - Taco Salad (Meat, Chz, Tom, Onion) Peaches, Tortilla Chips, Milk Friday, June 12 - Baked Fish, Mixed Veg., 100% Fruit Juice, Rice Pilaf, Wheat Bread/Marg., Milk To access ingredient content, please call Marty Cothran 740-622-4852 *A lower concentrated sweet or lower sodium meal is available upon request.

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ot air balloons will soon be flying over Coshocton County again as the 28th Annual Frontier Power Hot Air Balloon Festival will be held on Friday, June 5 through Sunday, June 7. Launches and fly-ins will take place at the Fairgrounds. Admission and entertainment are free. Carol Remington, Executive Director of the Coshocton Chamber of Commerce says the balloon sponsorships have been wonderful. “So far we have 23 balloons coming to participate,” said Remington. “And we are so pleased that Frontier Power is our major corporate sponsor again this year. They also donate the propane for the balloons. ITM Marketing is sponsoring the entertainment, so that is free to attend as well.” Bill and Kathy Thompson are a husband and wife team who will be returning this year with their balloon Shared Magic. “We fly in about a dozen organized balloon events each year,” said Kathy. “Coshocton is definitely one of our favorites and is just the prettiest place to fly. Everyone in the city is so warm and friendly. Our sponsors are great and we’ve met the most welcoming landowners!” Both Bill and Kathy are commercially rated pilots although they fly mostly as a hobby. “There are a number of couples who are both balloon pilots,” said Kathy, “however, we’re a little unusual since we make a real effort to take turns flying

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Coshocton Senior Center celebrates Older American Month

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Winners of the hat contest at the Coshocton Senior Center on Tuesday, May 19. L to r: Grace Newlun, Hugh Lawlance, and Maxine Carnahan. The Center hosted a celebration for all local seniors in recognition of Older American Month. They served root beer floats, the Jerry Weaver band performed and there were door prizes and a hat contest. Each hat contest winner received a small gift bag from Avon.

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The Senior Center in Coshocton celebrated Older American Month with root beer floats, live bluegrass music, good food, good company and a hat contest. On Tuesday, May 19, the Coshocton Senior Center recognized Older American Month, which is every year in May. Every senior in the Coshocton area were welcome to come and celebrate. Around 10 a.m., guests started arriving and were greeted with a delicious root beer or orange float made fresh in the Senior Citizen kitchen. Upon arrival, everyone was given a ticket for door prizes and also a placemat and a napkin for lunch. Coshocton Hospital was also on hand to give free NG TI S! P T CE IEN AC AT W P NO EW N

blood pressure checks and blood sugar screenings until noon. Cantwell Creek Garden Center also had flowers for sale and were available to answer any question regarding gardening. At around 11 a.m., the Jerry Weaver band arrived to perform some old-fashioned music. Mr. Weaver played his banjo with some of his father’s piano recordings. He led a rousing sing-a-long, which was enjoyed by everyone, and included songs like Let Me Call You Sweetheart, Take Me Out to the Ball Game, and The Band Played On. Mr. Weaver also told a few jokes and then ended his performance shortly before noon with a grand finale

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of Won’t You Come Home Bill Bailey, made famous by Bobby Darin and Louis Armstrong. “This is in recognition of older Americans,” said senior center director Jamie Thomas, “It’s just getting a group together once a year to have some fun. It’s something our residents here in Coshocton County look forward to every year.” At noon, Jamie Thomas led the group in prayer and the Pledge of Allegiance and then introduced the staff of the Coshocton Senior Center and gave information on upcoming events at the senior center. Afterward, door prizes were drawn and the winners received gift certificates from Buehler’s, Bob Evans Family Restaurant and a free car wash. After door prizes were awarded, the long-anticipated hat contest began. Prizes were given to the most unique, colorful and craziest hat. Each winner received a small gift bag from Avon. Maxine Carnahan won for the most unique hat, Hugh Lawlance for the craziest, and Grace Newlun for most colorful. The day ended with a lunch provided by the senior center.

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Thank You Our sincere and heartfelt thanks go out to everyone for the visits, phone calls, cards, flowers, food and the generous monetary donations to Sacred Heart Church, Diabetes Association and Hospice of Coshocton County in the recent loss of John Ambrose Weaver.

Coshocton County Youth Leadership (CCYL) held a graduation reception on April 15, 2009 in the Grace United Methodist Church Fellowship Hall to honor the Class of 2009, the 15th class to graduation from CCYL. Joy Padgett gave the keynote address. Gordon Spillman, chair of the Leadership Coshocton County Board of Directors, presented a certificate of graduation plaque to each class member. Participants in the Class of 2009 include: Lila Borton - Coshocton; Brooke Bookless - River View; Kyle Bradford - Ridgewood; Kimberyl Croft - River View; Kayla Finton - Ridgewood; Andrew Frank - Coshocton; Andrew Gates - Ridgewood; Joel Hamric - River View; Kimberly Michael - Ridgewood; Meghann Shalosky - Ridgewood; Sarah Sheldon - Coshocton; Ted Shipitalo - River View; Ryan Shutt -

Coshocton; and Brianna Stevens - River View. Coshocton County Youth Leadership, a Coshocton Foundation program, provided a basic foundation of leadership skills for these high school juniors to build upon. It assisted in the development of communication skills and presented an opportunity to interact with community leaders and fellow participants. Though this experience CCYL participants gained an awareness of Coshocton County’s resources, challenges and opportunities. CCYL began in July with a two-day retreat followed by eight monthly half-day sessions. This program receives financial support from the Coshocton Foundation, the Coshocton Kiwanis Foundation, Coshocton Rotary, Endsley Insurance Agency, Coshocton Grain Company and numerous individual donors.

Insource Resource Outsource Garden Contributes to Community L. Wilson, director of community service projects, and the brainchild behind the “Insource Resource Outsource Garden”, recently invited local officials to this community project that is located in the community garden near the former Family Physicians office on Browns Lane. Coshocton Mayor Steve Mercer said of the project, “For citizens to take the initiative to help both the city and the county is a great asset that will benefit our community. We bridged the gap to-

day”. L. Wilson stated that, “the workers are appointed through the courts. We are raising green beans, cabbage, cauliflower, leaf lettuce, tomatoes, cucumbers, beets and later this summer we will be planting watermelon and cantaloupe. We received contributions of seed from Cantwell Creek, Emerson Gardens and The Garden Patch. County Commissioner D. Curtis Lee was on hand for the ceremony and commented, “It’s great that she is using local citizens to help feed

people at the jail – and also providing these people with some self-esteem and life skills”. L. Wilson added, “This will help save money for the taxpayers as we feed the inmates. It was Irene Miller’s idea to utilize the garden for community service workers. This project not only helps save money in our community but it also provides something worthwhile for and provides a sense of accomplishment for these workers”. 0023_022509

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Your thoughtfulness and kindness were deeply appreciated. Special thanks to the staff at Coshocton County Memorial Hospital & Grant Hospital and the many doctors. A special thank you to those who dedicated mass in John’s memory, Deacon Andy Duda & Father Blubaugh for the time spent with John and the very touching service, Father Bill, Jerry Weaver, Matt & Joe Weaver. Mark & Nancy Fortune and The Coshocton County Beacon for the dedication of the Beacon “In Memory” of John. The Bereavement Committee at Sacred Heart Church for the reception and the veterans who offered the military service at the grave site.

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Build it! continued from pg 3 ued, “This whole thing is about community togetherness. It wasn’t about publicity – people just showed up to help”. Amy Hasseman, Executive Director of the Coshocton County United Way, of which Ridgewood Recreation is a part, said, “this program is a prime example of how individuals and groups can work together for the greater good. Our community is so fortunate to have the dedicated people who took this dream and made it a reality. United Way and Ridgewood Rec have been partners since 1951, and we are very

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Donna Douglas, perhaps more widely known from her role of many years as “Elly Mae Clampett”, on The Beverly Hillbillies from 1962 to 1971 – was in town a week and a half ago speaking at both the Coshocton and River View Baccalaureate service. Ron Davis said, “We’re so thankful that we can have this kind of service here”. Gideon’s presented a new testament to any graduating senior that chose to have one. Douglas told the gathered seniors and guests at both services that, “There’s no one like you!

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Pictured are the 2008-2009 River View senior class officers with Donna Douglas, perhaps more widely known as Elly Mae Clampett from The Beverly Hillbillies fame. From left to right are; Kari Daugherty, Vice-President, Kelby Fitch, Secretary, Kyle Redman, Treasurer, guest speaker, Donna Douglas, Scott Poland, President and Shelby Weaver, News Reporter. (Beacon photo by Mark Fortune)

New York City. Douglas never compromised her position or her moral values, and has reaped the rewards of standing her ground throughout a long career. Douglas also told the seniors that they need to, “Go to those Grandma’s and Grandpa’s for advice. The word of God is your handbook. When you can’t see around the corner, you stand on character. Remember that God can see further down the road than you can!” As far as landing her role on The Beverly Hillbillies, Douglas simply said that, “It was God’s time. Elly Mae didn’t get kissed by a lot of guys but she got kissed by a lot of critters”. The show ran for nine years in primetime, and was either first, second or third in the ratings for all nine years. In conclusion, Douglas reinforced her message of faith, optimism and down-home humor by telling the graduates that’s “Nobody can hold you back but you!” Scott Poland, senior class president at River View, said of the class of 2009 that, “We’re a close knit group and we accept each other and the differences in ourselves”. As far as Douglas’ talk, Poland stated that, “She was really good – and has seen the world – she offered a lot of life experience. It gives us a lot of motivation – to know that we can do great things with our life”. Poland said that his favorite memory during his high school experience was getting to lead the soccer team back to the regional finals for the second year as a captain.

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of other musical “soft ware” such as paper rolls and strips, wood cobs and metal and paper disks. Other fascinating phonographic artifacts like “picture” records—vibrant circular images of the performer that are actually playable record disks, postcard records—mailable cards which could be listened to on the turntable, and various related paraphernalia are showcased in the exhibit. The Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum is located at 300 North Whitewoman Street in Historic Roscoe

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into the furniture category; hand-cranked organettes that work by drawing a paper strip through the mechanism; and a unique and varied collection of vintage phonographs—ranging from portable ones that were a favorite in the trenches of WWII to those sporting the familiar image of a large amplification horn. Also displayed in JHM’s Golden Gallery are early records by Emile Berliner; wax and celluloid cylinders by Thomas Edison—as well as his competitors—and a variety

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Mechanical Music Machines with Dick Hoover Riverside Manor It’s one thing to marvel at spring-driven, pocket-sized phonographs, ornamental calliope music boxes, and a 20-inch diameter petuniashaped horn, but it’s another to hear these mechanical music machines play music. You will have your chance to do just that at 2:00 on any Sunday afternoon in June at the Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum. Dick Hoover, mechanical machine enthusiast, will explain and demonstrate a selection of the machines. Before electricity powered our toys and machines, people who wanted to listen to music in their homes relied on hand-powered devices such as phonographs, organettes and music boxes. Play it again, Sam!, a temporary exhibit of mechanical music machines originating from the late 19th to early 20th century, is currently on display at the museum. Included in this display are music boxes—some small enough to fit in the hand, while others definitely fit

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Pictured are the new officers for 2009-2010 at the VFW Mohawk Post 2040. From left to right are; Jim Shivers, Commander, John Fleming Jr., Vice Commander, Officer of the Day and House Committee, Lindy VanDusen, Judge Advocate and House Committee, Steve Mainwaring, Trustee, Bill Bush, Chaplain, Frank Spinks, Sr. Vice Commander, Service Officer and House Committee, Charlie Bush, Guard, Jack Patterson, Trustee and kneeling in front, Tom Dile, Quartermaster, Adjutant and Historian. (Beacon photo by Mark Fortune)


4-H Public Speaking Event. On May 28th 4-H members will have the opportunity to practice their public speaking skills by participating in the 4-H Health and Safety Speaking, 4-H Topic, or 4-H Living History/Horse Speaking Contests. The event begins at 6:30 p.m. at the Roscoe United Methodist Church. Members need to register for this event by calling the OSU Extension office at 622-2265. Informational Meeting. Prairie Chapel United Methodist Church will offer an informational meeting concerning the Great Food For All program at their facility on Saturday, June 6 at 8:30am. Non-profit groups and representatives of area churches, especially, are encouraged to come to learn more about the program, which is being hosted at the church located at 45494 C.R. 23, Coshocton. Representatives of the Great Food For All program will be on hand to discuss the impact that this ministry is having in local communities. “This nondenominational ministry reaches folks in local communities with good food at great prices, operating as the hands of Jesus through groups and churches,” says Pastor Everett

Stoddard. “The program continues to be one of the best ways to show neighbors that your church cares about their difficulties.” Questions concerning this meeting, or if directions are needed to the facility, Pastor Stoddard at Prairie Chapel would be happy to hear from you at 740-622-3992 or you can contact the GFFA territorial representative, Leo Slagle, at 330-718-2230 or 330427-2207. A continental breakfast will be provided. An RSVP would be appreciated so that the group can prepare for those coming. The next order date for Great Food For All is this Saturday from 10 to noon or after worship at 10:40 on Sunday at the church. Delivery will be June 13 on orders placed this weekend. Cost is $30 for a basic “big box” which contains an estimated $60 value in frozen foods. The June menu is on-line at Plant Sale. The Coshocton County Master Gardeners and we will be having our yearly plant sale June 6, 2009 at the Rotary Pavilion at the Fairgrounds, 8:30am-10:30am. Educational demonstrations start at 8:30 and the actual plant sale will start at 9:00. Conesville High School Alumni

Banquet. The traditional Conesville High School Alumni Banquet will be Saturday, June 6 at the Conesville Elementary School Auditorium. There will be a Social Hour beginning at 4:00 p.m. with Roll Call and Dinner at 6:30 p.m. Members and guests are $10.00 each. For reservations call 740-829-2488 or send to Maureen Pritchard 15574 CR 429, Coshocton, OH 43812 by June 2,, 2009.

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Cooperdale Community Yard Sale. 20 families all ready signed up and hoping for more. June 6th from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Sign up at Mom’s Market to get your items listed in the ads and to get your sale on the map. You can also contact Cathy at 327-7017 for more information. See ya there!

Sundaes on Sunday Party of the Positive Purpose MS Support Group. The Positive Purpose MS Support Group is planning a Sundaes on Sunday Party on Sunday, June 14th starting at 3:00 p.m. The event will take place at the offices of Krasco. Krasco is located across SR 36 from WalMart at 23897 Airport Road behind the Animal Clinic. Let’s get together for a make your own sundae bar! For more information and to RSVP, please call Angie at 740/502-2540 or Cj at 740/824-4370. If you would rather, email Angie at awright_319@yahoo. com or Cj at ddeadred@yahoo. com . Please join us for a fun filled afternoon at the Sundaes on Sunday Party for the PPMS! Make your own sundaes with ice cream and toppings that will be provided. And, your kids and family are also welcome!

Legal Responsibilities of Non-Profit Boards Seminar. Leader ship Coshocton County Alumni presents a Legal Responsibilities of Non-Profit Boards Seminar on Tuesday, June 9, 2009 from 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at Montgomery Hall (Coshocton Campus) 200 Whitewoman Street, Roscoe Village. Presenters included Attorney’s, Mr. Michael Manning and Mr. Michael McCullough and CPA, Mr. Todd Mizer. Cost is $10 per person or $15 per Organization (includes refreshments and any session material). For reservations call

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Chicken Barbeque and Car Show. Newcomerstown Fire Department Annual Chicken Barbeque and Car Show will be held on Saturday, July 4th, 2009 at The David Barber Civic Center, located at 1066 East State Street in Newcomerstown. Car show registration until 12 Noon with a $10.00 registration fee. Judging will begin 1 hour after arrival with 75 Fenton Bell trophies & Best of Show Award at 2 p.m. with 150 dash plaques. There will be a 50/50 raffle and numerous door prizes. Music will be provided by “The Spikeman”. For more information contact Wayne at 740-498-7118. 8th Annual Donnie Matthews Tournament. 4 man Scramble with proceeds to go to Junior Golf Tourney and Scholarships will be July 19 at Hilltop Golf Course, 9:00 a.m. Shotgun Start. $50 members (cart included). $60 Nonmembers (green fees and cart included). Wednesday, July 15 is the entry deadline and entries will not be accepted without entry fee. Food and drink provided. Cash prizes are Grand Prize - golf and lodging at Kingston Plantation in Myrtle Beach. Prizes awarded for top 3 teams. 50/50 drawings. Team skins entry. Pirzes on each hole for


skill shot. Turn in entry forms at Hilltop Golf Course, any questions contact Richard Guess at 622-8082 Annual Donnie Matthews Junior Tournament. Friday July 24 at Hilltop Golf Course. Divisions will be as follows: Grade school (entering 6th grade this fall). Junior High (entering 7th or 8th grade this fall). 9th and 10th Grade (entering this fall). 11th and 12th Grade (entering this fall). Grade school and junior high students will play 9 holes. High School students will play 18 holes. $10 entry fee to be turned in at Hilltop Golf Course and Five Point Chiropractic located at 1101 Chestnut St., Coshocton. Entry fee includes green fees, 2 drinks, hot dogs and chips. Please turn in entry form by Monday, July 20. For more information please call Dick Guess at 622-8083. Community Baby Shower. The 2009 Community Baby Shower will be on Thursday, August 13 from 1-3 p.m. Any agency or business that provides health, educational, social or other services for families of newborns and infants is invited to set up an informational display. This is an excellent opportunity for families to gather information and find links to services within the community they may need as their children grow. Refreshments, games, speakers and door prizes will be offered during the event. Please contact Renee Fleming at the Help Me Grow office by June 5th by phone at 295-7334, fax 291-8035 or email to reserve a space.

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Guernsey Gathering. Sunday, June 28, 2009 from 2:00-6:00 p.m. at the Guernsey Community Center, formerly known as Wheeling Local Elementary. A community social event for anyone who has fond memories of the Village of Guernsey. If you attended church, GTO, square dances, or school (any era) please join us for a day of reminisc-

ing. If you taught, farmed, worked or just came to visit relatives, if you remember Bob Wearsch’s Garage, Folkert’s General Store and Feed Mill, or visiting Carl Miskimen at the Post Office, you are invited to attend. Please bring a covered dish and well marked photographs. Beverage and table service will be provided. For more information contact the planning committee, Christi Merce at 740-545-7377, Carl Gano at 740-829-2769 or Richard Gano at 740-498-8931.


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Lozowski, as the recipient of the Shetland ewe, has very specific requirements to fulfill for the Youth Conservationist Program. She along with her parents had to attend the Maryland Sheep and Wool Festival. She will be required to show her ewe at the Co-

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After Rachel Lozowski has established her flock of Shetlands, she will be encouraged to pay back to the Youth Conservationist Program by donating a ewe to another youth. Already several recipients have donated back to the program, assisting other youth to fulfill their dreams of owning a flock of Heritage Sheep. The Youth Conservationist Program has just finished its 11th year, and has awarded ewes to well over 125 young shepherds.


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The Truckners have participated in the Youth Conservationist Program for the past three years, awarding a total of seven animals in that time. The Shetland breed is known for its hardiness and wonderful fiber and is highly sought after by handspinners and fiber artists. The yearling ewe donated by the Truckners, is a smirslet morit, a spe-

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Rachel Lozowski, daughter of David and Brenda Lozowski of Fresno, Ohio and member of the Cool Keene Kids 4-H Club, recently attended the Maryland Sheep and Wool Festival. Rachel had written an essay for the Youth Conservationist Program about herself, her family, and their interest in sheep. She answered the question, “Why I would like to raise a Heritage Breed of Sheep.” She was chosen from a group of 37 youngsters to receive a Shetland ewe, donated by Twin Springs Farm, owned by Bill and Sandy Truckner of Avonmore, PA.

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“Songspiration” A Night of Singing & Fellowship. On Sunday, June 7 at 7:00 p.m., the choirs of First Baptist Church of West Lafayette and Isleta UMC will join to present “Songspiration - A Night of Singing & Fellowship”. The public is invited to enjoy hymn singing, choir specials, and ensembles followed by fellowship, cookies, and punch. This

Vacation Bible School. Coshocton Christian Tabernacle located at 23891 Airport Rd, Coshocton (on SR 36 across from Walmart) will have its Vacation Bible School SonRock Kid’s Camp “Where kids build their life on the Rock: Jesus” June 22 through June 26 from 6:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. Crafts, skits, games, Bible stories, music and lots of fun. Ages 4 to 6th grade with a special “tween” group for 5th and 6th grade. Registration is Free. For bus ride call 622-4133 ext. 225.

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Concert Ministry of Lorne Matthews. Lorne Matthews Ministries, Keyboards for the King to perform at Coshocton Christian Tabernacle, located at 23891 Airport Rd in Coshocton on Sunday, May 31 at 6:00 p.m. Call 622-4133 for more information.

Vacation Bible School. Prairie Chapel United Methodist Church located at 45494 CR 23 will have it’s Vacation Bible School June 22 - 26 from 6 p.m. - 8 p.m.

at Fresno Elementary School on T.R. 171. June 20; 9:00 a.m. will be “Amish Style” barbeque chcken dinner, sunshine or rain. Baked goods, produce, local crafts and more. Handicapped accessible and public restrooms available. Vendors welcome. $10 space feeand bring your own tables and etc. Facility donated by Mike McKee. Contact Julia Brown 545-0849.

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“Come Learn With Us”. Childcare Central Preschool is accepting enrollment applications for the 20092010 preschool program. Children must be 3 years old by Sept.1, 2009 for the 3 year old class and 4 years old by Sept.1, 2009 for the 4 and 5 year old classes. Call 623-0443 to schedule a personal tour of the facility at 619 Main Street. We are located between the old YWCA and the former Serenity Tea House. Spaces are limited so enroll early to secure your child’s opportunity for a wonderful learning experience.

Mofia. Men of Faith in Action will be held the third Saturday of each month at Coshocton Christian Tabernacle located at 23891 Airport Rd., Coshocton. 740-622-4133.

inspirational program will be held at the First Baptist Church.

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Coshocton Canal Festival Queen and Princess Competition. The Towne Centre Association is now accepting applications for the 2009 Coshocton Canal Festival Queen and Princess Competition. Requirements for Queen: Must be grades Freshman in high school through Freshman in college as of Sept. 2009. Must be willing to represent Coshocton County. Must be a resident of Coshocton County. Must attend an orientation meeting on July 23rd. $30 application fee an a photograph (no glamour photos). Requirements for Princess: Must be age 9 through 8th grade as of Sept. 2009. ust be willing to represent Coshocton County. Must be a resident of Coshocton County. Must attend an orientation meeting on July 23rd. $30 application fee an a photograph (no glamour photos). This year marks the crowning of the 38th Queen and 30th Princess. Applications are available at Miller

Pharmacy, Roma’s Gift Gallery, Sue’s Hallmark & Florist, WTNS Radio and the Roscoe Village Visitor’s Center and the application deadline is July 21, 2009. The competition will be held at the Court Square Gazebo, Friday, August 21 at 6:30 p.m.

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FINANCING TO FIT YOUR NEEDS! 700 E. State Street Newcomerstown

May 15, 2009 Cecil Junior & Debra D. Wyler to Betty S. Bates; $15,000 Homesales, Inc to Randy & Janet Moore; $ 32,256




Violet I. Noble Trust to Gregory L. Waters; $129,423.21

Land Transfers

Bus. Phone (740) 498-6500 Toll Free (800) 675-7013


Public Records

May 18, 2009 Joseph Middleton Estate to Keith D. Rhoades; $46,000 May 19, 2009 Federal National Mortgage Association to Kayla Walker; $46,000 Ronald A. & Karen S. Altier, Trustee to Hollis B. Lahna & Crystal E. Sharier; $70,000

MON. - FRI. 9AM - 5PM


Ford is committed to local communities across the country...


(Up to $700 per month - thru June 1, 2009)


May 20, 2009 John Eugene & JoEllen Paazig to Travis L. Stamper; $20,000 Cheyenne Fowler to Travis L. Stamper; $10,000 W. Harold Noble Trust to Louis A. Carlisle & William D. Carlisle; $25,797.37 Violet I. Noble Trust to Louis A. Carlisle & William D. Carlisle; $25,797.38 W. Harold Noble Trust to T & C Hold Co. LLC; $85,848.42 Violet I. Noble Trust to T & C Hold Co. LLC; $85,848.43 W. Harold Noble Trust to Albert V. & Vesta Troyer; $28,899.25 Violet I. Noble Trust to Albert V. & Vesta Troyer; $28,899.26 W. Harold Noble Trust to William J. Gladstone; $25,500 Violet I. Noble Trust to William J. Gladstone; $25,500 W. Harold Noble Trust to Gregory L. Waters; $129,423.21


Buy a new vehicle now thru December 31, and deduct the sales tax!

– Family Vans – Trucks & SUVs – Family Cars – Even a – Student Cars convertible!

Call DeCosky Ford for more details


This is part of the Consumer Auto Incentive included in the “American Recovery & Reinvestment Act of 2009”



801 S. 2nd St., Coshocton

Phone 740-622-0001 • Fax 740-622-7347

ALL PRICED UNDER $5,000! – Since 1972 – Quality Affordable Vehicles And Satisfaction After The Sale 65 W. Pine Street, Coshocton 740-622-8811 (Located beside Riverside Towers)

May 21, 2009 Florence M. Funk to Jerry & Kareen K. Funk; 139,216 Homesales, Inc. to Ty Shanaberg & Joseph P. Downey; $16,000

Marriage License May 8, 2009 James Edgar Longaberger of Warsaw and Hope Ann Stiteler of Coshocton Charles E. Corp of Coshocton and Jasmine Anne Kent of Coshocton May 13, 2009 Ryan Lee Cottrell of West Lafayette and Teresa Lynn Angle of West Lafayette James Anthony Moran of Frazeysburg and Rebecca Diane Miller of Frazeysburg May 14, 2009 Kevin Michael Schaefer of Frazeysburg and Amanda Gail Bennett of Mount Vernon May 15, 2009 Jeremy Allen Brown of Coshocton and Valerie Sue Macdonald of Coshocton Larry Eugene Mounts of Fresno and Tanya Ellen Wise of Coshocton Timothy Wade Ross of Coshocton and Kirsten Elinor Davidson of Coshocton Larry Corbin Haines of Warsaw and Crystal Elaine Hahn of Coshocton Chris Randolph Treadway of Coshocton and Rita Ann Bebout of Coshocton Jason A. Klipple of Coshocton and Ashley Nicole Maxson of West Lafayette May 20, 2009 Thomas Allen Timmons of Coshocton and Wendy Ann Lahna of Coshocton May 21, 2009 Matthew Adam Hanna of Coshocton and Tammie Renee Jones of Coshocton


• Replacement & Repairs • All Insurance Accepted • NGA Certified Technicians

622-1944 Monday - Friday 8:00-5:00

Bring in this ad for a FREE can of glass cleaner with any auto glass replacement

100 West Pine St.

Mirror * Plexiglas * All Types of Glass


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Local Restaurant looking for Supervisor/Manager. People and organizational skills a must. Restaurant management experience helpful but not required. Send Resume to: Coshocton County Beacon, 226 Main St., BOX#1, Coshocton, OH 43812 MISC ITEMS FOR SALE TANNING BED. 740-622-0248 Frigidaire built-in range, Kitchen-aid dishwasher, table & chairs. Asking $50 for each. Call 740-6230093 for more information YARD/GARAGE SALE 2nd Annual Garage Sale. Thurs. 5/28; Fri. 5/29; 9am-4pm. Furniture, antiques, clothing of all sizes, glassware, plants, 4-wheeler, toys, knick-knacks, baked goods, hundreds of items. 36E. Turn left on 621, 4 miles on left. Signs will be posted. CANAL LEWISVILLE COMMUNITY YARD SALES Friday, June 5 and Saturday, June 6. 9am-5pm. 2 Eat Stands located: 233 E Canal St and Church

CLASSIFIED Canal Lewisville Garage Sales, Corner of Jackson & CR 621. June 5 & 6, 9am5pm. Lavatory pestle sink, bathroom cabinet, antique mirror, exercise equipment, school yearbooks, Christmas tree and decorations - Victorian, games, many other items. Food stand at the church. Sewing machine cabinet.

Cooperdale Community Yard Sales, June 6th; 8-5. 20 families signed up. Clothing all sizes 0-3x, end tables, lamps, wood crafts, candles, tools, toys, books, motorcycle crash helmet, antique tractors, Lawnboy lawn mower, Die cast Nascar & dirt cars, 16” truck wheels, front end loader for tractor, Harley Davidson, 1993 Ford Truck, Chevy box truck, CD’s, DVD’s, perennial flowers, Longaberger baskets. Come set up your sale here in Cooperdale. Everyone welcome! For information call 740-327-7017. Large Sale. 1641 Pleasant Valley Dr., Coshocton. Friday, May 29; 8-4. Saturday, May 30; 8-12. Adult clothing - like new, men suites - size 40, something for everyone. May 28-29-30. 9-5, CR2/SR93N, 54678 CR2 Fresno. Books, Cassettes, Kitchenware, Houseware, brass spittoon, camping items, lawn trailor, plus clothes, materials remnants, tools, typewriter, tv, collectibles. Multi-Family Sale. 611 S

Lawn Ave. June 4th , 5th & 6th; 9am-? Baby stuff, Little Tykes, some Avon. Something for everyone!

YOUR CLUTTER - Their Treasure! Want to clear away some clutter and make some money this summer? Advertise your Garage/Yard Sale in The Coshocton County Beacon, 226 Main Street, Coshocton or call 740-6224237 WANTED TO BUY Standing Timber or chipwood. 5 acres or more. Contact 740-5459227. TIMBER! Buying Standing Timber - (sawlogs and/or chipwood). Providing all types of harvesting including selective harvesting, thinning, clearing and whole tree chipping. Paying top prices. Prefer 10 acres or more. 330-231-0745 APARTMENT FOR RENT 2 Bedroom Apt., central heat and air with washer/ dryer hook-up, stove, refrigerator and dishwasher, located in a nice senior complex in Coshocton. $485/mo. plus deposit. No pets. 740-622-5706 or 740-502-0808 or 740824-3665 2 Bedroom, all appliances, all electric, garage. $415/mo. 1911 Chestnut St. 740-623-8382

CLIP AND MAIL TO: COSHOCTON COUNTY BEACON • 226 MAIN STREET, COSHOCTON, OH 43812 We attempt to publish reputable advertisers but cannot guarantee those we do not know. The Publisher reserves the right to reject any advertising for any reason.

CLASSIFICATION: Private Party – up to 25 words for FREE!

Commercial Rate – 25 words for $8.00 each additional word only $.50.

Garage/Yard Sales – 25 words for $10.00

each additional word only $.50.

Commercial Rates include:

Animals, Automotive Dealers, Broker Listings, Business Opportunities, Daycare Providers, Employment, Farm Products/Animals, Real Estate, Rentals & Services Offered.

Newcomerstown 1BR, all appliances & utilities included, convenient downtown location. Coshocton, 3BR apartments, large rooms, some remodeled. 740498-5893 Very Nice 2 Bedroom apartment on Denman Ave. Stove, refrigerator and low utilities. Landlord pays water. Garage and private basement unit with washer/dryer hook-up. Lease $485/mo. $485/deposit. 740-6222121 HOMES FOR RENT FOR RENT 3 BEDROOM HOUSE IN COSHOCTON, NO PETS. 740-622-0248 HOMES FOR SALE 3-4 Bedrooms, 2 1/2 bath, Split Level House, Large Deck near CHS, most appliances stay, move-in condition. $145,000. Call 740502-2321 or 740-5022703 MOBILE HOMES FOR SALE 1998 Mobile Home, 14x70, 2 bedroom, 2 bath and central air. Good condition! MUST BE MOVED! $17,500. 740-824-3312

‘04 Modular Home (1528 sq. ft.). On 1 acre near Keene. 3BR, 2BA, Cathedral Ceilings, Fireplace, Block Chimney, on Full Poured Wall Basement. Priced Well Below Appraisal. $96,000. 740622-1145 FARM BUILDINGS Stoltzfus Pole Buildings. 40x96x14, (2) 10x14ft. split sliders Trusses 4ft. O.C. $33,600. Guaranteed Quality. 740294-9636 CAMPERS 1994, 30’ FOURWINDS CAMPER, FRONT KITCHEN WITH NEWER REFRIGERATOR, A/C, BACK BEDROOM WITH QUEEN SIZE BED, NEW 21’ CANOPY, EXCELLENT CONDITION. 740545-9593

2005, 27ft. Camper, 12ft. slideout, queen bed, easy chairs, couch, air furnace, TV/DVD, other extras, gently used. 740-622-8920 740294-7354


q Bold Type $2.00 $1.00 q ALL CAPS q HEADING $2.00 $2.00 q BORDER q Centered text $2.00 $5.00 q Picture $2.00 q Logo TOTAL COST 25 Words

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2004 Oldsmobile

Alero GL Sedan, 4dr., 4 cyl, automatic, 66,875 miles, cruise control, a/c, power door locks, CD player, power windows, power seats, power steering, tilt, 30mpg, Carfax history, southern car with 2 owners. Kelley Blue Book suggested retail $7,905, asking $5,975. Will accept trade-in. 740-5029247 2006 Chevy Aveo Hatchback. 43,000 Miles, Auto, AC, New Tires. $7200 O.B.O. 740-622-1145 07 Saturn Ion 2, 56k miles. $8,995. 740-6238337 SUV’s 04 GMC Envoy, 4x4, sunroof, towing package, luggage rack. $11,395. 740623-8337 VANS

Apartment/House for rent, no pets, will work


with deposit. Very clean. 740-502-3792 or 937205-8898

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02 Dodge Caravan SE, $5,995. 740-623-8337.























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Name Address City Phone Private

Place your order by phone: 740-622-4237 or fax: 740-623-9937 Place your ad via e-mail:

State Email Address Commercial


Stop In – 226 Main St. Coshocton 0076_051309

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The Coshocton County Beacon • May 27, 2009 • Classified Hotline 622-4ADS

CELEBRATE WITH WARSAW – 175th ANNIVERSARY JUNE 5-7 support our local communities! 06 honda civic – $12,995 78 John Deere Tractor 94 Ford E150 Econoline

check it out! 99 Ford Windstar LX

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4.9, 6 cyl, Utility Van

$2,295 01 Chevy Tracker ZR2

05 Chrysler PT Cruiser

03 Chevy Venture LS

3.8L, 6 cyl

Soft top, 5-speed

29 mpg

Rear AC, Luggage Rack





07 Dodge Caliber SXT


06 Ford Fusion SE

32 mpg

31 mpg






05 Chevy Equinox LT

AWD, Sunroof, Heated Seats




04 Pontiac Vibe

36 mpg, Sunroof



02 Dodge Caravan SE



08 Pontiac G6

07 Saturn Ion 2

56k miles



04 GMC Envoy

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May 27, 2009 Coshocton County Beacon :: Section A  

Volume 2, Number 3 of The Coshocton County Beacon

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