June 06, 2012 Coshocton County Beacon

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FIVE LOCAL ATHLETES COMPETE IN STATE TRACK MEET PAGE 17 MEMORIAL DAY PHOTOS PAGE 6 NAZARENE CHURCH MISSION TRIP PAGES 13, 25 CLASSIFIED PAGE 27 SURPRISE SSG John Lonsberry surprised his daughter Leah Lonsberry June 2 during her recital with Miss Jennifer’s Dance Studio. John recently returned from a deployment to Afghanistan with the 1484th Transportation Company. BEACON PHOTO BY MARK FORTUNE

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Miller’s Storage Barn ................15 Milligan Memorials....................10 Mission Auto Connection..........17 Mohawk Country Store............11 Mosier Computer ......................16 New Bedford Harness and Boot .......................................15 Olde Town Realty Deb Myers.....................................25 Olde Town Realty Marc Lacy .......................................20 Presbyterian Church, The.....6, 16 Route 5 Auto Sales...................26 Schumaker Farms.....................13 Scrubs & More............................8 Seton Coshocton Apartments ....7 Shawnee Springs Winery..........13 Shelby Theatres ..........................2 Southwest Coshocton Landowners Association.............................16 Sprint Print Marketing Media Creations................................10 Statements by Shannon..............3 Stoffer Real Estate, Larry Corder, Auctioneer..............................21 Village Motors...........................26 Walhonding Valley Sand and Gravel Co. .......................................14 Wells Fargo Advisors ................12 Windsorwood Place Assisted Living ........................................7

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market last weekend, but not if you were looking for strawberries. Two of our new vendors sold out of berries almost immediately after the horn sounded at 8:30 a.m. If you want strawberries, come early. The scones from Shawnee Springs Winery were also quick to sell out. Try the lemon blueberry! Delicious. They also had a nice variety of wine jellies, breads, and some crochet items. One of the new vendors is selling homemade laundry soap. It’s very inexpensive, smells great, and is supporting a local mom of three, not a corporate executive we don’t know. The varieties of honey that Mullet Apiaries - Beekeeping and Honey Products offers is also not your ordinary batch from just any bees. Come down and taste the difference next Saturday. There are so many other great vendors at the Coshocton Farmers Market. Come down and

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Agents Realty and Auction Services..................................25 Autumn Health Care, Inc...........10 Baltic State Bank........................1 Business and Service Directory ................................19 Chuck Nicholson .......................28 Coshocton Bowling Center .........3 Coshocton Chiropractic Health Center ....................................10 Coshocton County Landowners Group........................................3 Coshocton County Senior Center ....................................10 Coshocton Pallet & Door...........13 Coshocton Trucking, Inc. ............8 Coshoctonrentals.com ..............20 Dale Gress Auctioneer and Real Estate ..............................20, 24 Designs by Michele, LLC...........11 Fortune’s Boot Shop and Shoe Repair .......................................8 Gerber and Sons, Inc. and Gerber’s Feed Sack...............................12 Global Media Works..................14 Health Services and Hospice of Coshocton ................................5 Hershberger Country Store.......13 Joseph Miller, Auctioneer .........25 Kaufman Realty and Auctions .............21, 22, 23, 24 Keim Lumber Company.............14 Lenny’s Barber Shop ...................8 Marczewski Law Offices..........11 Marilyn’s Natural Foods..............6


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In Memory of

Clayton Eugene Stone

September 13, 1963 – June 4, 2011 Don’t think of him as gone away – his journey’s just begun, life holds so many facets – this earth is only one. Just think of him as resting from the sorrows and the tears in a place of warmth and comfort where there are no days and years. Think how he must be wishing that we could know today how nothing but our sadness can really pass away. And think of him as living in the hearts of those he touched... for nothing loved is ever lostand he was loved so much. - E. Brenneman

Loved and missed by family & friends.

support our locally-grown and homemade area families. I almost forgot to mention, Coshocton County Master Gardener Volunteers will be there next week! Come with questions. Support their plant sale. We’ll see you Saturday at the Coshocton Farmers Market! Anyone interested in selling at the market? Call or message Jessie Tubbs. We would love to tell you more about being a vendor. 740-6107433.

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The Blue Star Mothers of Coshocton Ohio would like to thank the area citizens who attended the Baker’s IGA/Wounded Warrior fundraising event May 12. The funds raised from the bottled water sales will go to support The Wounded Warrior Project and our local Veterans Council. Donations to the Blue Star Mothers food stand will also go to support local veterans’ and active military needs. We would like to specifically thank Brett Bantum, store manager of Baker’s IGA, his staff and their suppliers for their assistance in supplying the food stand as well as John Douglas of Annin and Ed Baker for their raffle donations. The winner of the Annin flagpole/flag set was Paul Barkley. The winner of the autographed copy of “My War” by Ed Baker was Bob Butcher. Blue Star Mothers of Coshocton OH59

Thank You Diane Elson and her family would like to thank everyone who participated in the benefit recently held on her behalf. The benefit was a huge success and the outpouring of love was overwhelming. Thanks to the many people who donated, prepared, served, and shared the wonderful meal. We also appreciated the many donors and buyers who made the auction a huge success. Thanks to Robert Shepherd, the auctioneer for donating his services for the evening. We give special thanks to our Tri-Valley and River View families who worked so hard to make this evening a tremendous success. Our family is very blessed to belong to such a loving, caring community. We love you all! 0031_060612



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Coshocton County Landowners Group has extended the group sign up deadline to June 13th. If you have not yet enrolled your eligible acreage in the group, please stop by the office at Endsley Agency (433 Walnut Street) or attend our next meeting on:

Wednesday June 13th at 6pm at the Coshocton County Career Center will be the “lease approval” meeting. Members will vote on the approval of the CCLG Lease. Richard Emens from Emens & Wolper Law Firm is the CCLG’s attorney who is representing over 400,000 acres across eastern Ohio and has successfully negotiated multiple group deals with several oil & gas companies. The Cleveland Plain Dealer quotes “Both Ohio Farm Bureau and the OSU Extension Service recommend Columbus attorney Richard Emens as a man landowners can trust.” No upfront fees, no percentage of royalty income, no fees for secondary bonus. The Coshocton County Landowners Group fee is 1½ % of the primary signing bonus only.

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Walkers receive t-shirts until they run out. Shirts You and your dog can both help fight cancer are $15 if you are not registering a dog for the event and $20 if you are. during Bark For Life. “We added Heather Kendall’s initials to The event will be held from 10 a.m. to noon the t-shirts because she was on the committee Saturday, June 9. Participants are asked to meet last year,” Wilson said. “This year’s event is at Lake Park in front of the pavilion before going dedicated to her.” on a one mile or two mile walk. Four Paws also attended the event last year “A lot of people want to bring their dogs to with some of the dogs they had available for Relay For Life, but American Cancer Society adoption and Wilson believes at least two found rules say they can’t be there,” said Missy new homes. Wilson, event organizer. “Cancer affects dogs “You can show up with or without a dog,” and animals just like it does us so this was a way Wilson said. “You can walk one that’s available for us to let people get their pets involved.” for adoption.” This is the second year for the event. To preregister for the event, call Wilson at “Last year we held it in April and we were 502-5505. Please leave a message if there is no hoping for better weather so we decided to push answer. it back this year,” Wilson said. JOSIE@COSHOCTONCOUNTYBEACON.COM About 80 dogs participated in the 2011 event and between $5,000 and $7,000 was raised. Money raised from this event goes toward Relay For Life team totals and the county’s total amount raised to fight cancer. “It’s fun to get people together with their dogs,” Wilson said. “You see all different types of dogs. We had Chihuahuas that were really tiny and big dogs like St. Bernards and Great Danes. We even had one cancer surviving dog there last year.” Bowl at Coshocton Bowling Center Dogs who participate in the event get this summer for your chance to bandanas and biscuits from Pampered Pooch.




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Mark’s Musings

the many details and With all of the heartache, arrangements for this – sadness and just plain bravo. negative news in today’s Several local world, Saturday evening high school athletes at Coshocton High competed at the state School certainly defied level in track this that trend in a big way. past weekend – At last year’s annual with Ridgewood Miss Jennifer’s Dance pole vaulter’s Chris recital, Staff Sergeant Saylor and Meghan John Lonsberry was Cunningham earning leaving for Afghanistan. MARK FORTUNE All Ohio honors – River This year was much more heartwarming as members of the View pole vaulter Kaitlyn Martin 1484th Transportation Company earning All Ohio honors (finishing based in Akron, returned home to in the top eight), and River View’s their loved ones, including Lonsberry. Ethan Widder and Coshocton’s Special care and attention was Emily Clark also faring well. In given at this year’s dance recital to fact, just getting to the state meet is not only welcome Staff Sergeant a tremendous accomplishment for Lonsberry home in a big way – but to these young people. You can read have him walk on stage and surprise more about these young people in daughter Leah as she prepared to this edition of The Beacon. Speaking of accomplishments, dance. This was cool. In fact, I must say that it was absolutely one of the those that follow girl’s softball know neatest things I have had the pleasure that the River View Lady Bears had of covering for The Beacon. With a tremendous season – finishing tears of joy streaming down her one win shy of making the state face, Leah embraced her father in a tournament. Nice job, coaches, fans, welcome home hug to beat all hugs. parents and players. Congratulations Following their embrace, the dance on a fantastic season! Isn’t it great to see the work being team performed several patriotic routines to the roar and applause of done on the Three Rivers Bridge! Wow, this is impressive. Kudos to the crowd. As Staff Sergeant Lonsberry the Restore America folks and to stood in front of a large American Hathaway Construction for making flag – a flag that, I might add, flew this happen. It will truly make the above the Task Force Raven base entrance to our community a more in Kandahar, Afghanistan, the positive one. Across the county, people are dancers smiled, performed and waved small American flags. Later, cleaning up, fixing up, sprucing up the entire Lonsberry family joined and improving. Buildings are being John on stage to the delight of the renovated, painted, and re-opening applauding audience. It was truly a as another business. All of these magnificent evening. For those that combine to make Coshocton County took the time to prepare the welcome a better place to live, work and play. home signs and somehow work out It’s a positive thing.

Hannah Williamson to compete CONTRIBUTED TO THE BEACON in pageant Hannah Williamson, 17, was chosen as a state finalist in the National American Miss Ohio Pageant to be July 29-30, at the Hyatt Regency Hotel in Columbus. The winner of the pageant will receive a $1,000 cash award, the official crown and banner, a bouquet of roses and air transportation to compete in the national pageant at Disneyland in California. Pageants are for WILLIAMSON girls 4-18, in five age groups. The National American Miss pageants are dedicated to celebrating America’s greatness and encourage its future leaders. Each year, the pageant awards thousands in scholarships and prizes to recognize and assist in the development of young women nationwide. All activities are age-appropriate and family-orientated. The pageant program is based on inner beauty, as well as poise and presentation. Emphasis is placed on the importance of gaining self-confidence, learning new skills, learning good attitudes and about competition and setting and achieving personal goals. The pageant seeks to recognize the accomplishments of each girl while encouraging her to set goals for the future. Williamson enjoys playing the piano, dance, showing cattle, 4-H, fairboard and FFA. She also enjoys cake decorating, exercising, horseback riding and spending time with family and friends.

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Three intermediate crocheting classes will be offered at the JohnsonHumrickhouse Museum on three consecutive Monday afternoons beginning on June 11. Classes run from 1 - 3 p.m. Topics are Pattern Reading on June 11, Crochet Flowers on June 18, and Crochet a Handbag on June 25. Instructor Jessie Tubbs has taught a number of beginner crocheting classes at the museum, and her students keep asking for more. She believes anybody can crochet and she does her best to assist everyone so they can reach that goal and complete that project. Participants should bring a crochet hook (G or H) and a skein or two of worsted yarn - acrylic, wool or a blend. The class is informal and fun. The coffee pot will be on. Cost is $8 per class; $7 for Friends of the Museum. Enter the museum at the back door on the lower level. To register, contact the JohnsonHumrickhouse Museum: 622-8710 or e-mail jhmuseum@jhmuseum.org. The Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum is located at 300 N. Whitewoman St.


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Golfing results announced


River Greens Golf Club held its annual Mixed Doubles Spring Challenge May 5. The format featured nine holes scramble on the Greens Course, and nine holes of modified alternate shot on the Pines Course. The Team of Mardella Rice and Brad Haynes won by five shots with a one under par 71. They shot 33 in scramble and 38 in alternate shot. The teams of Cindy Nye-John Bates, Mr. and Mrs. Jim McFadden and Mr. and Mrs. John Ramshaw tied for second place with 76s. The next mixed doubles event is an 18 hole scramble on Saturday June 23. Scores were: 71 Rice-Haynes (33-38); 76 Nye-Bates (38-38); 76 McFadden-McFadden (36-40); 76 Ramshaw-Ramshaw (37-39); 77 Moran-Ross (37-40); 79 McFadden-McFadden (37-42); 86 Groh-Gardner (37-49); and 87 Guess-Foster (39-48).


The law firm of Leech, Scherbel, Peddicord & Given Ltd hired Benjamin E. Hall as an associate attorney. Hall has practiced law for more than three years as an assistant prosecutor in Hancock County. A native of Coshocton County, Hall received his bachelor’s degree from Miami University in 2005 and his Juris Doctorate from Ohio Northern Law School in 2008. He is a member of the Coshocton County and Ohio State Bar Associations as well as the Ohio Prosecuting Attorneys Association and the National District Attorneys Association. In addition to being an associate at the law firm, Hall also will work HALL with the Coshocton County Prosecutor’s office as an assistant prosecutor where he will be handling adult felony cases, juvenile delinquency matters and children services cases. He is married to Rachel Hall, also a Coshocton County native and a graduate of Ridgewood High School and Muskingum College. Attorney Hall’s family owns Shawnee Springs Winery of Coshocton. Hall’s practice at the firm will primarily be in the areas of domestic relations, real estate, oil and gas, estate planning and civil litigation. The law firm was established in 1969 and is located at 240 S. Fourth St.

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Memorial Day photos

VOLUNTEERING Members of the Leadership Coshocton County Class of 2012 CEREMONY The family of the late Ray Border was asked to place a wreath assisted with set up for the Memorial Day parade. For more on Memorial Day visit during the Memorial Day ceremony May 28 on the courtsquare. Border died in www.coshoctoncountybeacon.com to read the speech Dan Eggan gave at Plain- Afghanistan in October 2011. BEACON PHOTO BY NINA DRINKO field Cemetery. PHOTO CONTRIBUTED TO THE BEACON

Drying and preserving Roscoe gardens’ flowers program set CONTRIBUTED TO THE BEACON

Bouquets of fresh cut flowers are beautiful and fragrant, while dried garden flowers create everlasting keepsakes. Mrs. Montgomery used garden dried flowers in centerpieces, bud vases and Christmas wreaths. The custom of drying and preserving Roscoe Garden Flowers

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continues today. Historic Roscoe Village Landscape Dept is conducting a three part dried flower program providing guidance throughout the summer. It is our wish to inspire others in decorating with dried flowers from their own gardens. Don’t have a garden? Remember flowers grow fabulous in containers large or small. The first part is Garden Talk about Drying and Preserving Flowers, at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, June 14. Meet under the Shryock Picnic Shelter at Roscoe Visitor Center lower entrance, rain or shine (inside arrangements are available). Connie Miller and Diana Swigert will share their experiences and knowledge working with annuals, perennials, wildflowers and other materials. Miller is the landscape manager for Historic Roscoe Village. Swigert, landscape employee, had the pleasure to work for Mrs. Montgomery and remembers her advice and guidance. Preserving beautiful garden flowers is simple, easy and rewarding. Dried flowers help make winters less stressful, extends your garden

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enjoyment and provides excellent gift and home decorations. Come join us to learn which flowers do best, gathering tips and techniques, the different methods of drying and storage suggestions. This is also a perfect opportunity to learn or refresh your knowledge about drying flowers. The second part is a Show and Tell Garden Walk on a gorgeous July morning where actual cutting of flowers will be done together. Again Miller and Swigert will share their experiences and pleasures of dried flower gardening. Participants will need to bring flower cutting shears. The actual date will be announced later. In September the third part, Make-N-Take Dried Keepsake, will complete the Drying and Preserving Roscoe Garden Flowers program. Choose a keepsake to make from several examples using your collection of dried materials. The two summer programs are offered at no charge. Please call ahead for ample seating and information sheets. The Historic Roscoe Village Landscape phone number is 623-6526 leave a message for Miller or Swigert with your contact number. The fee for the autumn make-n-take will be according to the chosen item-to-make using your dried collection from the summer. Additional dried materials will be available to purchase. Reservations are required again by phoning the Historic Roscoe Village Landscape Dept at 623-6526 leaving a message with your contact number for Miller or Swigert. Anyone interested should also call if unable to attend on June 14 for a possible second date. There is no requirement to attend all three programs. The ‘Make-N-Take’ workshop does require you providing majority of dried materials needed.

Graduating seniors honored at Career Center


Coshocton Restaurant Association Scholarship award. The other Imagine America award was presented to Anisha Seitz, a cosmetology senior, who graduated from River View. The Imagine America award is offered to promising students in career-tech secondary education programs, who desire to further their training by attending a technical school or college after graduation. Curtis Dillon, a River View graduate in the health careers program, took this year’s $200 CONTRIBUTED TO THE Carol A. Deeds Memorial Scholarship award, BEACON which was presented by members of Deeds presented to Chris family. Dillon also earned a Dollars for Scholars Maloy, a CSI program award this year. completer. Maloy also On behalf of the Coshocton County Career took home a Dollars Center Employee Education Association, Sue for Scholars award. Sheck, math instructor at the career center, He graduated from recognized two student leaders this year with Ridgewood High School. $100 awards to help defray costs associated Coshocton County Memorial Hospital with pursuing their careers. One award went to presented two awards to health careers program Mary Mace, cosmetology program completer completers who plan to continue their education graduating from Ridgewood High School, in the health care field. The $500 awards were and the other was presented to Dylan Vought, presented to Katie Spaulding, a Ridgewood a health careers program completer from graduate and Marissa Buckler, a River View Coshocton High School. graduate. In addition to the previous Dollars for This year, the $500 R.R. Casey and Mary Scholars award winners, two other recipients Jones Memorial Scholarship award was presented were recognized for earning awards. They were: to Brandon Ondayko. Ondayko, a Ridgewood SEE ‘AWARDS’ ON PAGE 10 graduate, studied in the electronics program. Two Imagine America $1,000 scholarships, funded through the Imagine We know you will love it at America Foundation, Windsorwood Place, were presented at this morning’s assembly. so we are offering the first The first went to month free! Heather Sees, a Coshocton graduate Father’s Day Celebration in the culinary arts Wednesday, June 13th at 2:00pm program. Sees is a 2012 Music by Ray the Toolman Dollars For Scholars (He plays tools!) recipient, and also was presented a $500 Light Refreshments



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Eighty-eight seniors took part in a special awards assembly to honor the 89 who completed their career-technical programs of study at the Coshocton County Career Center. Family, friends, career center students, staff and school board members, as well as representatives from Ridgewood, River View and Newcomerstown local school districts and Coshocton City school district, attended the assembly. In all, more than 300 guests attended, honoring the 2012 Career Center program completers. During the assembly, various academic and industry awards were presented. The Presidential Academic Achievement awards were distributed to students maintaining a 3.5 or higher grade point average all year. Four seniors were recognized for this achievement. After this, presentation of the competitive awards began. There were 23 monetary awards presented to Career Center seniors, totaling more than $13,000. A $2,000 Coshocton Rotary Scholarship was awarded to Brittany Dayton, an electronics program completer. Dayton also captured one of two $1,000 Harmon and Norman Robinson Memorial Scholarship awards presented. Dayton, who also earned a Dollars for Scholars award earlier this month, graduated from Ridgewood High School May 27. Brianna Arnold, a senior in the natural resources program, captured the other $1,000 Harmon and Norma Robinson Memorial Scholarship award. Arnold, who graduated from Ridgewood High School, also earned a Dollars for Scholars • Country Setting • Applicants must be at award. Seton Coshocton least 62 years of age. Apartments This year’s • Quietly Secluded BRC Properties Inc. Coshocton County • Social Activities Board of Realtors • Library 377 Clow Lane, Coshocton $1,000 award was • Puzzle/Game Room 622-7664

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River View High senior Rhyann Hill was named 2012 Outstanding Career Center Student. Presenting the award was: Debbie KappSalupo, Career Center Superintendent and Tad Johnson, Career Center School District Board President. PHOTO




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The family of Tim and Nanci Rogers and family friends helped cut the ribbon for the opening of the Helping Hands Barn at Hidden Spring Farm, which houses the Community Connections of Coshocton County llama therapy program. BEA-


Echoing Hills Village has some new residents. Llamas and an alpaca officially moved in May 25 when a ribbon cutting ceremony was held for the Helping Hands Barn at Hidden Spring Farm, which houses the animals as part of the Community Connections of Coshocton County llama therapy program, also called camelid therapy. The program was made possible because of help from Tim and Nanci Rogers. “A little over a year ago Raeschell (Noonen) talked to me about llama therapy and how nice the animals are,” said Buddy Busch, president of Echoing Hills. “The more she talked the more excited I got. I could see the value but we didn’t have the funds or a building so I put it on the back burner.” His problems were solved when Tim walked into his office with an idea. “He had a vision to help people with special needs know animals of any kind,” Busch said. “He was the piece of the puzzle we needed.” Tim and his wife Nanci had the barn built to house the llama therapy program Noonen, the administrator at Echoing Hills, discussed with Busch. “A year later we have a beautiful barn and wonderful partnership with the Rogers,” Busch said. “God brings us the pieces we need in his time.”

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During the ceremony Noonen shared what she learned while doing research on the therapeutic benefits of llamas. “Being around llamas calms you down for several reasons including that they are nonthreatening,” she said. “If you are aggressive they just walk away.” The animals also will calmly walk with those who are leading them. “They are big but very gentile,” Noonen said. “They also are intelligent and like to learn. They will walk with you.” Those involved in the day habilitation program also will be able to make items out of the animals’ fiber that can be sold. Some of those products were displayed by Cindy Ruckman from McFarland’s Llama Farm, which is providing Echoing Hills with the llamas and alpacas. Ruckman also took some time to share information about llamas. “They do spit,” she said. “That is how they communicate they don’t like something. It is not in their demeanor to spit at humans because they have not been bad or mean to them.” Ruckman also was honored that McFarland’s Llama Farm animals will be part of the program. “I’m so excited,” she said. “To the best of my knowledge this is the first camelid therapy program in the country.” The ceremony also included a ribbon cutting by the Rogers and friends and a presentation of gifts to them. “I really thank the Rogers for doing this,” Noonen said. Nanci was more than happy to help out and also glad to give her daughter Brittany, who has Williams Syndrome, a new opportunity. “As Brittany entered the transition from school to adult life we wanted her to have an opportunity to do something she enjoyed and that was a struggle,” Nanci said. “She’s an animal lover and this gives her an opportunity to learn new skills and do something she loves.” After the ribbon cutting, animals and humans were invited to a luau. JOSIE@COSHOCTONCOUNTYBEACON.COM

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In December 1944, the 71st Infantry assaulted and captured the Simserhoff Fortress, part of the famous Maginot Line. This fortress had been taken over by the Germans and consisted of more than twenty large turrets and sixty smaller ones. Company I and the first platoon of company M were tasked in taking the Freudenberg Farm on 14 December 1944. They took the farm, under heavy small arms and artillery fire. The next morning several enemy motorized platoons attacked the farm. The soldiers of Company M held their fire until the enemy was seventy-five yards away and then opened fire at point blank range against superior enemy fire power. From December 14-19, the Company held the farm under ever increasing artillery fire, which reduced the farm to rubble. For their heroic defense, Company I and first platoon of Company M were awarded the Presidential Unit Citation for Bravery.



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Alayna Jones, a Ridgewood graduate and health careers program completer, and Nathan Dayton, also a Ridgewood senior and metal fabrication program completer at the Career Center. After presenting the competitive awards, two students earning Perfect Attendance certificates were recognized. They were Benjamin Modesitt (auto technology/River View HS) and Darci Wilson (health careers/ Ridgewood HS). Before the seniors received their Career Passports, Principal Eddie Dovenbarger took a moment to recognize a retiring Career Center staff member. Pam Grace, superintendent’s secretary, is retiring after 35 years of service to the school district. “She has been a foundation to our school for all these years,” Dovenbarger said. “And besides that, she is a superb lady!” Grace received a standing ovation for her many years of service to the school. At this point Career Passports were presented to all program completers by Coshocton County J.V.S. School Board President Tad Johnson. The Career Passport contains each graduate’s careertech program completion certificate, resume, program competency listings, other awards or letters of recommendation and a quick-reference guide for job interviewing. The assembly concluded with the presentation of those competing for the top 2012




Senior Student Award. Each career-technical program instructor is invited to nominate their best senior candidate for this distinction. Candidates honored must have maintained a 3.0 or higher grade point average throughout both their junior and senior years. They may miss no more than five days of school, must exhibit involvement in student associations and community service, and must be an exceptional representative of both their career-technical program and the Career Center in general. This year, five students were recognized with this distinction. Career Center Principal Eddie Dovenbarger announced the five seniors who were nominated for this year’s award. Those nominated were Rachel Burkey (cosmetology/River View HS), Darci Wilson, Sam Hall (natural resources/ River View HS), Chris Maloy and Rhyann Hill (culinary arts/River View HS). Finally, the 2012 Outstanding Career Center Student award – the highest honor awarded to a Career Center senior - was presented to Rhyann Hill. Hill is a top academic performer at the Career Center, having maintained a 3.5 GPA or higher and having five or fewer days absent for her junior and senior years. Hill recently moved into the county, relocating from New Jersey. She completed her first year of the program, as a senior, and has been accepted into the culinary arts program at Hocking College, where she will start this fall. Her hope is to pursue a career in the culinary or food service industry, but is not decided in which capacity she will eventually work. For her award, Hill will receive an engraved plaque, a $1,000 cash award and will have her photograph permanently displayed at the Career Center.

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keyboardist was dropped from the group, they changed their name to Starz and pursued a more heavy metal direction. Original Starz members Richie Ranno, Michael Lee Smith and Joe X. Dube will be performing at this show. The band will be rounded out with George DiAna, who joined in 2003. All tickets are general admission. The cost for each show is $20 in advance and $25 the day of the show. Contact Clark’s at 622-9005 or Route 33 Rhythm & Brews at 419-739-7833. For information on Starz and Richie Ranno, visit http://www.starzcentral.com.


Learn a little more about gardening over the lunch hour. Join Tammi Rogers for six “quick ‘n dirty” classes designed to fit into your busy schedule. There is no registration fee, simply bring your own lunch and enjoy a few moments of learning with friends. Come for one class or all three the choice is yours. Classes held on the following Tuesdays: June 12- Rain Barrels; June 19 - “Green” Lawns; July 10 - Invasive Plants of Coshocton County; July 24 - Invasive Insects; Aug. 7 - “Try This” New Trees and Shrubs and Aug. 21 - Plant A

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The Pomerene Center for the Arts is collaborating with the Coshocton Footlight Players and will be creating the costumes and the set for their summer children’s production of the Disney Classic “The Jungle Book Kids.” As any theater person will tell you, there’s a lot more to theater than acting and singing. Week one, which includes set design, will be from 9 a.m. to noon Monday through Friday, June 18-22. Work will be done at the Pomerene Center and later in the week move to the Triple Locks Theater. Students will learn how to create a jungle with paint, coaxial cable, papers and fabrics. Week two will focus on costuming. Students will meet from 9 a.m. to noon Monday through Friday, June 25-29, at the Pomerene Center. Taking inspiration from costumes designed by Julie Taymor for the award winning Disney Theatrical Production of the “Lion King,” summer camp artists will design and create costumes for Coshocton’s young “Jungle Book”


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The 1970s band Starz will re-unite for two live shows Friday and Saturday, June 22-23, in Ohio. These will be their only area appearances: June 22 at Clark’s Bar and Grill, 133 S. Sixth St. and June 23 at Route 33 Rhythm & Brews, 09891 CR

33A in Wapakoneta. Show starts at 9 p.m. with special guest American Dog opening. Starz was a hard rock and power pop band with members from New York City and New Jersey. The band continues to have a lasting cult following and has been cited as a major influence by members of bands such as Cinderella, Poison, Bon Jovi and Mötley Crüe. Starz was formed out of the ashes of the band Looking Glass, which had the number one hit single “Brandy (You’re A Fine Girl)” in the summer of 1972. Three of the members teamed up with Michael Lee Smith (vocals) and guitarist Brendan Harkin to continue the band and soon changed their name to Fallen Angels. In September 1975, they were joined by former Stories guitarist Richie Ranno. After the



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June 8th, 1952 The Warsaw community was scheduled to receive dial telephone service in February 1953. It had been described as the most modern and advanced design of switching equipment. The new equipment was to replace the present magneto switchboards which were manually operated. A new building was to be erected in Warsaw at the corner of Church and Bridge Streets and would be of special steel construction. There was to be an expansion project in the western section of Warsaw which was soon to include the Village of Nellie and New Castle.

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June 6th, 1982 Paul Foster, a truck driver for the Clow Corporation, was the 13th recipient of the William A. McCoy Annual Memorial Safety Award. The award was presented each year to the driver who best combined safety, attitude, and appearance. Foster joined Clow in October 1971 as an over-the-road driver and had driven a total of 923,643 accident-free miles. The award presented to Foster included a special patch, plaque, and $50 in cash. The company’s entire fleet had obtained a total of 1.8 million miles without a preventable accident.

On June 3, Cecil and Judy Shroyer celebrated their 50th anniversary. Cecil is the son of the late Eugene and Helen Shroyer, and Judy is the daughter of the late Max and Mary Lowery. They were married at Roscoe Methodist Church by Rev. Ralph Hollingsworth. They are parents of two children, Chris (Pam) Shroyer, and Julie Shroyer, and have five grandchildren, Ryan and Britanie Conkle, Shawna Rae Shroyer, and Lance and Chelsea Honabarger. Cecil retired from G.E. and Judy is a house wife. PHOTO CONTRIBUTED TO THE BEACON

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June 11th, 1972 “If I had another life to live, I would want to do it in the classroom.” That was the statement made by retiring school teacher, Garnet Huff, who was retiring after 44 years. She was a fourth grade teacher at Sycamore School and upon her retirement, had received several correspondences from former students, co-workers, and the governor of Ohio. She received a hand-written poem from the class of 1938 and also received a citation from her current class, thanking her for improving their handwriting. During her 44 years of teaching, Miss Huff had missed 6 days of school.



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June 10th, 1962 Buckeye Motors Inc. of Coshocton had been named the winner of the Ford Gold Car Award for outstanding sales at a meeting in Cleveland attended by 188 other dealers in the area. The award was being issued for the first time ever that year and was presented to Ford dealers for being top producer of sales in the community where they operate. Garney O. Banahan, president of the company, was also elected for three years to serve on the board of directors of the Cleveland region Ford Dealers Advertising Fund. It was the first time a Coshocton dealer had been so honored.

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The final round of the 36-hole Coshocton Invitational was played May 27, at River Greens Golf Club. The first champion declared was in the Senior Division as Rich Miller from Columbus fashioned a 6 under par 30 on the back nine to finish the tournament one better than Lynn Martin (Findlay) and Jeff Sparks (Columbus). John Zitkovic (Findlay) was fourth at 147 and Doug Lockwood (Powell) fifth at 149. The open division contenders The Presbyterian Church then began finishing will host an with plenty of red Outdoor Worship Service numbers being posted. Jon Mathias of on the Court Square Lawn Columbia, S.C. fired Sunday, June 10th • 10:30am a 67 to come from five strokes down and claim the Champion’s Dress Casual trophy. Aaron Shanklin Seating provided or (Sugarcreek) matched bring your own. his opening round of 71 Child care provided. with another one-under A picnic will par score to finish follow the service. second. Jordan Grubb (Canton) was third at 143. Craig Bennington (Columbus), Josh Anderson (Sunbury) and Mike Koreski (Parkersburg, W.V.) Rain location is Presbyterian all tied for fourth at Church Main Sanctuary. even par 144. 0039_060612

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we’ll be going up the night before, and they have some things planned for us I think.” Widder reflected on what has helped him get to state in track, “My coaches helped. They were really good this year. Our training was really tough, that helped push me to drop my times.” Widder’s goal at state was, “To have fun, finish in the top eight, make All Ohio and break Steve Hammond’s record.” (laughing) Widder plans on attending Kent State University this fall. At the state tournament Clark placed 16th is the 100 meter with a time of 13.07, Martin tied for fourth in the pole vault with a height of 1103.00, Widder came in 11th in the 1600 meter run with a time of 4:34.19, and Ridgewood’s pole vaulters Saylor tied for fifth with a height of 13-06.00 and Meghan Cunningham placed eighth with a height of 10-00.00. Editor’s note: The Beacon was unfortunately not able to get in touch with 2012 Ridgewood High School graduate Meghan Cunningham, but we congratulate her on her achievements.


team and has been involved in track since she was in junior high. “I want to thank everyone for all their support, especially my Mom and Dad,” Clark said. “I can be quite a bear when my muscles are sore and I’m injured, but they always encouraged me to stick with it. My coaches also coached me through some tough times.” Clark plans on attending Ohio State Newark. Saylor, who is a 2012 Ridgewood graduate, also started with track in junior high. “I started pole vault back in seventh grade and fell in love,” he said. “I slowly got better throughout the years. It was always a goal of mine to go to the state meet. It’s really cool I’ve gotten to go twice. I never pictured going two years.” Saylor placed seventh last year in the pole vault. “Last year was pretty overwhelming,” he CHRIS SAYLOR said. “The stadium is huge. There are seven to 10 thousand people there and when they are doing RIDGEWOOD HIGH SCHOOL the races and the gun fires the whole crowd erupts. You have to focus on what you are doing and not get caught up in the outside stuff.” Saylor was excited for a second trip to the state meet. “It felt really great to go there one last time,” he said. Saylor will continue his career at Otterbein University, where he will do indoor and outdoor track and field. River View head track coach Mike Gray was excited to send two senior athletes to state. “It’s always a great feeling to get kids to state,” he said. “That’s what you work for all year. K Mart (Kaitlyn Martin) has worked hard all year and she deserves to get up on a podium this year and hopefully that happens. Ethan (Widder) was a little disappointed this year not making it to state in cross country – but he is getting there in track. He’s done a good job of working hard – he’s put in a lot of miles this winter. He’s ready to go - he just has KAITLYN MARTIN to be mentally prepared. K Mart has been there RIVER VIEW HIGH SCHOOL before, she has to be mentally prepared too but Emily Clark had a tough track season, but it and she knows what it’s all about. I don’t think it her high school athletic career are ending on a will intimidate her like last year. This year she high note. has been calm at every meet. She got a little “The last place I’m going to run is Jesse nervous at Regional’s last year but she knows Owens Memorial Stadium and that’s a good what it’s like, so she’ll be ready.” finish for my career,” said the 2012 Coshocton Martin, a pole vaulter said going to state was High School graduate. a good end to a good season. The 2012 State Track and Field “I’m just truly blessed, God gave me a talent Championships were held recently at Jesse and I’ve used it to the best of my ability,” she Owens Memorial Stadium in Columbus, where said. “The hard work is paying off, it’s just a Clark was joined by Meghan Cunningham and good feeling to know that I’ve done my best and Chris Saylor from Ridgewood High School and I made it to the end.” Kaitlyn Martin and Ethan Widder from River Martin said what she enjoys the most about View High School. pole vaulting is, “I love the fall. I love getting “I’m proud of myself because I had such up high and knowing you’ve cleared something a rough year,” Clark said. “I struggled with and just that fall – it’s just so much fun.” Martin injuries on and off and never in a million years started pole vaulting in the seventh grade. expected to make it to state.” She is attending Ohio University in Zanesville She qualified for the 100 meter dash at as a post secondary student. regional finals in Athens. Widder, who has participated in cross “It’s an honor to be one of the top 16 fastest country, track and music at River View, competed girls in Division II,” Clark said. in the mile at state on Saturday. Widder said of She went to state as a freshman and a the experience, “It’s really exciting since it’s sophomore as part of the 4 x 100 meter relay my first year going. It’s going to be pretty fun,



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Orange Flag Sales. The first Community Orange Flag Sales will be June 8 from 10 a.m. - 8 p.m. and June 9 from 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. at Woodbury Outfitters. All proceeds from sign-up fees are donated to local charities. Twenty-foot spaces available for $15. Vendors may have more than one space. Stop in or call the service center for more information or to reserve your spot.

Canal Days Festival. The Coshocton Canal Days Festival will be Aug. 10 - 12. The Coshocton Towne Centre Association is once again sponsoring this annual event which began in 1970 and celebrates the Canal Era. This change to the second weekend in August will be more convenient for the community. Crowning of the 2012 Junior Queen will be Thursday evening at the Courtsquare Gazebo and the festival will officially begin on Friday, Aug. 10 with the crowning of the 2012 Queen, Senior Queen and Princess. Saturday, Aug. 11 will be a full day of events with the Fabulous 50’s Car Show on Main Street, family fun with vendors, food and games on the courtsquare, and the Grand Parade sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce. Plans are being made for a Civil War Display, a corn hole tournament, and a quilt display at the Civic Hall by local quilters. The excitement will continue on Sunday with the vendors, family activities, and Mayor’s Promenade. There will be local entertainers each day at the gazebo and a concery of Main Street following the parade. If you are a local vendor, church or group that would like to participate in the festival, contact the Coshocton Towne Centre Association at 622-1806 or 824-3331. Visit www.coshoctontca.com for more information. Keep watching the Beacon for more information on the Canal Days Festival.

Gospel in the Park. There will be a Gospel in the Park/Spaghetti Dinner on Saturday, June 16 at 4:30 p.m. at the Eat Stand in Burt Park in West Lafayette. The menu will include spaghetti, salad, garlic bread, dessert, and drink. The cost is $6 for adults and $4 for children 12 years old and under. Entertainment includes Liberty Worship from 4:30 - 6:30 p.m.; Chloe and Addie Crouso from 6:30 - 7 p.m.; Cheryl Peiter from 7 - 7:15 p.m.; and X4J - Coshocton Christian Tabernacle Youth Group from 7:15 - 8:15 p.m. All proceeds go to the West Lafayette Chamber of Commerce. Three Rivers Bluegrass Band. Three Rivers Bluegrass Music performs on the fourth Saturday of each month at Agents Realty and Auction Services, located at 23024 County Rd. 621 on U.S. 36 and Rt. 621. Admission is $5 a person. There is no charge for children 12 and under. Food and non-alcoholic drinks will be available at 5:30 p.m. furnished by Relay for Life Team Alana. The featured band performs from 7 – 9 p.m. and acoustic jam follows from 9:15 – 11 p.m. The featured band for June 23 is Wills Creek Bluegrass Band. Cruz Main Street. The River View class of 1978 is hosting the cruz at 6 p.m. Saturday, June 23. All participants are asked to bring a non-perishable food item to be donated in support of Shepherd’s Christian Assembly and New Life Ministries of Coshocton. WTNS-FM will play 70’s music and participants are welcome to bring lawn chairs and sit on the Courthouse Square and visit. All River View, Ridgewood and Coshocton graduates also are invited to attend and help their school collect the most food. There will

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Announcements Coshocton High School Class of 1977 Reunion. They are making plans for their 35th reunion and need help locating classmates. Call Clay Corder at 622-1381 or Jody Johnson at 622-1444 for information about the reunion and to update contacts for the upcoming event.

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Friday, June 15 • 3:00 pm 3 BR, 2 BA, 1½ Story Home * 6.119 Acres * 2 Parcels Keene Twp. * Coshocton Co. * Riverview Schools * Antiques Furniture * Household * Glassware * Wood Working Tools Lawn & Garden Items * Cub Cadet Riding Mower This is a well kept 1½ story home built in 1998. The home features 3 BR 2 BA, open concept with kitchen, dining room & family room combined, sewing room, parlor, amble storage space, a wood burning fireplace, gas heat, newer water softener & central AC unit, private well & septic, with attached 2 car garage. There is a full partially finished basement with a hookup available for a wood burner. Outside the home is set back from the road with a nice front porch facing the concrete driveway with the log barn sitting at the back of the lot. This is all sitting on a 1.119 acre lot in a beautiful country setting. Across the road you will find 5 acres of beautiful recreational land featuring a stream running thru plus a stocked pond. This is partially wooded land in which the main part sits well back from the road with a possible building or cabin site. Parcel 1: 1.119 acres with all buildings. Approximately 262’ frontage on SR 643. Parcel 2: 5 acres partially wooded. Approximately 25’ frontage on SR 643. Parcel 1 will be offered followed by parcel 2. Real estate sells at 6:00 PM to the highest bidder. Legal: Parcel #’s 0170000093200 and 0170000093700 in Keene Township, Coshocton County, Riverview Schools. Taxes: $1,609.96 per year and will be prorated to time of closing. Mineral rights HBP transfer subject to existing lease. Terms: 10% non-refundable down payment day of sale and balance due at closing. No financing contingencies. Acreage and frontage amounts are approximate and subject to final survey, if required. If survey is required buyer will pay $500 per parcel toward survey costs. Any required inspections must be completed prior to bidding. All information gathered from sources deemed accurate, but not guaranteed. Announcements made day of sale take precedence over all previous advertising and statements.



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Tuesday, June 16th @ 10 AM This 4 bedroom ranch home is in a great location within walking distance of the High School Campus. There are 4 bedrooms, large living room with fireplace, formal dining room, eat-in kitchen, den with fireplace and 2 1/2 baths. Terms: $2,000 down payment day of auction, balance due at closing within 30 days of sale. Possession at closing. Any inspections must be completed prior to the bidding. Contract to contain no contingencies. The seller has a right to confirm the final bid but is motivated to sell. The auction is June 16th starting at 10 AM and the Real Estate will be offered first at 10 AM. BE PREPARED TO BUY! COLLECTIBLES: Drop Front Desk, Dresser w/Mirror & Marble Insert, Dressing Table, Marble Top Coffee & End Tables, Large Buffet, Wooden Desk, Game Top Table, Large Oval Wall Mirror, Futon Bed Frame, Collector Plates, Large Imperial Punch Bowl Set & Serving Platter, Mantel Clock, Dresser Lamps, Roscoe Prints, Old Children’s Toys including a Metal Wagon, Texaco Tanker Truck, Baby High Chair & More, Refinished Wooden High Chair, Winter Berry Dishes, HOUSEHOLD: Side By Side Refrigerator, Upright Freezer, Kenmore Wash & Dryer, 3 Twin Maple Beds, 2 Full Beds, Dresser, 37” Sony and 2 Console TVs, VCR, 2 Rockers, Rocker Recliner, 5 Occasional Chairs, Sleeper Sofa, Small Harvest Dining Table w/Benches, Kitchen Table & Chairs, Several Bar Stools, Several Oak End & Coffee Tables, Drum Table, Quilt Rack, Lamps, Pictures & Frames, Microwave, Kitchenware Pots & Pans, Small Appliances, Floor Fans, Ping Pong Table, Shop Vac, Kerosene Heater, Pet Cage, Double Size Jogging Stroller, Easels, Camping Chairs, Xmas & Holiday Pottery & Decorations, RCA Pro Wonder Camcorder in Case, Total Gym Elite, Rowing Machine, Long & Short Handle Tools, Large Stainless Steel Gas Grill, 245A Pouland Chain Saw, 2 Bench Vise, Router & Table, 2 HP Lawn Sprinkler Pump, Large Fish Net, Wagner Power Roller, George Forman Rotisserie & Electric Turkey Fryer, Electric Space Heater, Small Fountain, Several Pieces Redwood Lawn Furniture, Wheelbarrow, Fiberglass Ladder, Craftsman Lawn Mower, Kids Toys. AUTOMOBILE: 2001 Chrysler Sebring Limited Convertible! Sterling Blue w/Cream Leather Interior, 96,850 miles in Excellent Condition. A beautiful ride for the summer.


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FURNITURE-ANTIQUES: primitive 2 door cupboard; primitive plant stand; floor model radios (2) Philco (1) Zenith (1) Airline 6 misc. radios; No. 589 supreme tube tester works; 2 horn speakers; new/used radio tubes; radio instruction book; Binghams No. 37 catalog Cleveland Ohio; 1 drawer granite top table; drop leaf table w/ 4 leaves; spool stand; dry sink; wood med. cabinet w/ drawer; oak bed; oak dresser w/ mirror and mantle shelf; (10) 1939 Coca Cola trays; red Victoria settee; Edison record player; sewer; Tile Dog; platform rocker and chair; marble top dresser w/ mirror; old rockers - plank bottom chairs; oil lamps; child’s trunk Coshocton; arrow heads; Tin Types; wood kegs; old tin toys; 2 photo albums; old post cards; pottery pitcher; 1937 orphan Annie secret society; Jack Armstrong pedometer; wood silverware/napkin holder; crocks; jugs; granite coffee pot; USN granite pitcher; Winchester model 37 – 12 ga. single shot; German books; washboard; draw knife; Sinclair lighter fluid tin; blue jars; 12 place setting Bavaria/Germany China; foot warmer; old comforter; quilt rack; set of 6 chairs; picket fence tool; wooden spools; sleds; (8) 2 sided DeKalb Corn signs. HOUSEHOLD-GLASSWARE: like new Whirlpool washer; Maytag dryer; Amana fridge; Gibson chest freezer; Hoosier type cabinet w/ newer sassafras top; blue stuffed chair; oak roll top desk; white dresser w/ mirror; white chest of drawers; brass bed; cedar chest; single bed; 5 drawer chest; baby bed; window air conditioner; wood folding chairs; sewing cabinet; old records; pressure cooker; punch bowls; fans; ping-pong table; kero heater; metal-plastic shelving; rugs; cane bottom rocker; wicker rocker; love seat; metal cabinets; Fenton & Depression glass; canning jars; floor lamp; cook books; boxes of books; metal file cabinets; Christmas items; Tupperware; pots & pans; box lots kitchen and misc. WOODWORKING TOOLS – LAWN & GARDEN ITEMS, MISC.: Cub Cadet 2166 riding mower 42” deck (513 hours); Toro 20” self-propelled mower; Makita G3500R generator; Troy-Bilt tiller; Wheel Horse riding mower; Stihl FS45 weedeater; 4 HP air compressor; lawn seeder; lawn aerator; Stanley No. 55 plane complete in box and instruction book; Stanley No. 113 plane; Stanley No. 78 plane; Stanley No. 48 plane; KK No. 77 plane; Union No. 7 plane; Red Devil No. 2 stapler; Delta 990 radial arm saw; 36” wood lathe w/ electric motor; Black/Decker band saw; Delta drill press; Delta 6” jointer; Lincoln AC 225 S welder; J.D. corn sheller; hand cultivator; 4 old bicycles; log cable; porter cable; tiger saw; hatchet; 16’ alum. Ext. ladder; shop king vise; work bench w/ vise; misc. work tables; plywood rack; picnic table; pipe wrenches; Stanley chisels; socket set; shovels; hoes; rakes; lots of misc. small hand tools; child’s wagon; clamps; nails; hardware-screws; misc. piles of wood; scrap pile. NOTE: Good clean auction from start to finish; good antiques; household & woodworking tools. Watch website for pictures. Selling in 2 rings. CHATTEL TERMS: Cash, check, Visa or MasterCard with proper identification. Auction day 3% buyers premium, waived for cash sales and checks. LUNCH STAND.



Location: 28401 SR 643, Fresno OH 43824. Directions: From the square in Millersburg take SR 83 south 19.3 miles, then turn left on SR 643 continue 2.9 miles to property. From the intersection of SR 36 & SR 83 near Coshocton take SR 83 north 3.8 miles then turn right on SR 643 continue 2.9 miles to property.



Benefits Memorial Golf Scramble. The Ridgewood Golf Boosters and B-Dry System are sponsoring the 13th annual Rick and Bernie Fisher Memorial Golf Scramble on Saturday, June 16. The 1 p.m. shotgun start will be at River Greens Golf Course. Door prizes, dinner, 18 holes of golf with cart, and contests are included. All proceeds benefit the Ridgewood High School and Junior High golf teams. The cost is $50 per player, $25 if a River Greens member. Information is available at 545-9465.

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Donations. Linda Taylor Johnson of West Lafayette has stage two breast cancer. She is undergoing treatment. If you would like to help, donations can be mailed to The Home Loan Savings Bank, 503 W. Main St., West Lafayette, OH 43845.



SIMMONS AUCTION Location: 13417 Twp Rd 14 Glenmont OH. From SR 520 at the west edge of Glenmont OH take Twp Rd 14 South to auction. Signs posted

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REAL ESTATE: Here is a good solid 3 Bedroom Ranch Home in a great location. The Home feature an eat-in kitchen, a formal dining room, nice sized living room, 3 bedrooms with hardwood flooring and Cedar closets, and a full bath all on 1 level living. The home has a full basement with rec room area, newer roof-gas furnace, and central air. There is also a breezeway, 2 car garage, and a storage building, plus the house has been painted inside and out. This home is move-in ready! Stop by at Open House and have your finances ready by auction day. Real Estate will be offered at 6 PM. TERMS: 10% nonrefundable down payment auction day, balance at closing within 45 days. Possession at closing. Any required inspections must be completed prior to bidding. PPN: 0130000020300. Taxes are $395 Homestead per ½ yr. City water, on site septic. HOUSEHOLD & COLLECTABLES: Clarkson spool cabinet, LARGE collection of Longaberger baskets, Hummel plate collection, Hummel figurine collection, wooden bowl & paddles, sad irons, Coshocton 1879 map, Rockdale Coshocton crock, hand –painted lamp, Brass scale, printers tray, quilts & quilt tops, oil lamps, old GE radio, violin, old books, old wall phone, tobacco tins, melting pot, beer box, wash board, candle mold, old post cards, opera glasses, box camera, granite ware, stone foot warmer, skillets, Pyrex bowl, bread maker, coffee maker, coffee grinder, cook books, boxes kitchen items, sheet sets, heat blankets, FURNITURE: Drop-leaf table & chairs, hutch, organ, 2 wash stands, hall tree, plaid sofa & chair, rocker, Ithaca grandfather clock, Jerome-New Haven-Sessions-Waterbury- 2 Seth Thomas mantle clocks, 2 Sentry safes, 2 secretary desks, 4 chest of drawers, Empire style bed, night stand, plank-bottom chairs, old child’s rocker, sewing cabinet, sewing machine in cabinet, Canopy bed, Marble-top dresser, 3-legged stool, foot stools, dresser w/mirror, bed, cane-bottom chair, knee-hole desk, electric stove, Hotpoint refrigerator, Kitchen Aid washer, elec dryer, Marble bench w/mirror, old picture frames, book shelf, pool table, wrought iron dressing bench, Cherry corner cupboard, Oak cupboard, Cedar chest, Marble inset dresser, fern stand, humpback trunk, enamel-top table, tea cart, crock light, quilt rack, GLASSWARE-SILVER: Shirley Temple glass-cup, green Grape & Cable, Fenton milk glass, Green Depression pitcher, Red Fenton nut plate, pitcher & bowl, 2 sets Pope Gasser dishes, Shawnee corn pitcher, Germany-BavariaEngland-cups-plates-vases, Chadwick goblets, glass baskets, salt & peppers, serving trays, pitchers, Newport flatware set, Reed & Barton Terra Hall silver set, Rogers flatware, LAWN-SHOP ITEMS: Lawn table & chairs, cast stove, shop vac, air compressor, push lawn mower, lawn roller, lots of small hand tools, ladder, ladder jacks, garden tools, lanterns, buck saw, Delta 10” table saw w/6” jointer, Rigid 13” planer. A lot of quality small items, you’ll want to attend this auction! Pictures online. TERMS: 3% buyer’s premium waived for cash or valid check auction day

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Fri., June 15 • 10am Tractors* Collectibles* Milk Bottles* TRACTORS & TOOLS: Farmall Cub w/6 ft. sicklebar; Allis Chalmers 45 WD Tractor, Allis Chalmers Tractor w/bucket; 6 ft. Woods brush hog; 3 pt. post hole digger; fanning mill; platform scale; corn sheller; hay carriers; Lincoln 180 amp welder; hyd. jack; woven wire fence stretcher, log hook; cant hook; com-a-long; 10 ft. aluminum ext. ladder; old lawn mowers; live trap; battery chargers; air compressor; bench grinders; tool boxes; weed eater; shovels; forks; rakes lots of misc. hand tools; large scrap pile. FURNITURE & HOUSEHOLD: Solid oak table w/4 chairs and 2 extra leaves; Hotpoint fridge; Maytag electric glass top stove; GE portable dishwasher; Maytag wringer washer; Kenmore washer; Hotpoint dryer; 3 dressers with mirrors; secretary; victrola record stand; set of 6 chairs; wood bed; old baskets; ornate wood chair from Glenmont Chair; Glenmont photos; painted slate by Sophia Doyle; air conditioner; oil lamps; kerosene heater; card table; cedar chest; blanket chest; canning jars; stemware; pots, pans, pyrex; lots of everyday dishes; sunbeam mixer; flatware; 12 place setting Corelle Ware; ice cream freezer; floral sofa and chairs; cake stands; bedding; Christmas items; cups-saucers. ANTIQUES, COLLECTIBLES & MILK BOTTLES: Millersburg Ohio Star vase crystal; Millersburg Ohio Star toothpick holder crystal; 25 gal. crock, cracked; 1,2,3 gal. crocks; wood glass butter churns; egg baskets; #13 blue jar; large. copper kettle; large iron kettle; Holmes Cty Courthouse bank w/box; Holmes Cty. history books; newer Holmes Cty. coverlet; 1940 Coca Cola tray; crock churn; Gertie the Goose toy w/box; Little Red spinning wheels; childs sewing machine; tin play house; soda fountain set; King Radio box; trunk; high top shoes; ladies hats; bath crystals jar; carbide pedal tractor; old books from 1800’s to early 1900’s; spice set ; candle mold; several old quilts; childs chalk board; primitive childs rocking horse; cream separator; Smiley Pig creamer; childs wood skis; pickle jar w/fork; double barrel shotgun; Daisy BB gun; games; old benches; wood shipping crates; childs wagon; wood pulleys; wood boxes; sleds; apple butter stirrer; kegs; old pictures and frames; Spirit of St. Louis plane decanter; 40 milk bottles in shipping crate; more milk bottles including Sweet Clover, Wooster, Cloverleaf, and Orrville; H.C. Purdy-Howard-O.; Baby Face, J.R. Ashworth, Jeffries beverage Millersburg; round ornate stand; Briar Hill stone planter; lard cans; Berry set; slaw cutters; Pink Depression glass; childrens toys from the 50’s-60’s; Germany, Bavaria China; 1875 cobalt blue powder box Royal Austrian factory Europe; Bavaria sugar and creamer; bird cage; Fenton Baskets. NOTE: More boxes to go through and corners to clean out. Anything could turn up. Interesting auction. TERMS: Cash or good check. LUNCH STAND SALE ORDER: Household and collectibles at 10:00 am followed by tractors at approximately 12 noon. We may sell in 2 rings part of the day. Owner: Herb Simmons 0019_060612

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Community Calendar Golf Scramble Benefit. The 13th annual Coshocton County Golf Scramble/Social Gathering to Benefit Crohn’s and Colitis Research will be Wednesday, Aug. 15 at 5 p.m.at the Warehouse Steak ‘N Stein, Thursday, Aug. 16 from 9 - 11 a.m. at River Greens Golf Course in West Lafayette, and Thursday, Aug. 16 from 5:30 - 8 p.m. at Thomas’ Steak House. There will be socializing, dinner (you pay for your meal) and golf awards and door prizes. Golfer registration is $45 and golfer fee for River Greens members is $20. Nongolfer registration is $15. For information, call Harry Meek at 614-488-6018 or Joan McNeely at 622-5507. Registration and payment is due by Wednesday, Aug. 8. Registration forms are available at: Sprint Print, Super 8 Motel, Coshocton Village Inn & Suites, and The Coshocton County Beacon.

Connect Your Community At 238 Main Street. (New Address). May 29 - 31, June 5 - 7 (Tuesday - Thursday) 5:30 - 8:30 p.m.; June 4 - 8 (Monday - Friday) 1 - 4 p.m.; June 18 - 22 (Monday - Friday) 1 - 4 p.m.; June 18 - 22 (Monday Wednesday) 5:30 - 8:30 p.m.; June 25 - 29 (Monday Friday) 9 a.m. - Noon At Grace United Methodist Church. June 11 - 15 (Monday - Friday) 1 - 4 p.m. At Coshocton Commons. June 25 - 29 (Monday Friday) 1 - 4 p.m. All classes are subject to enrollment numbers and cancellations could occur due to lack of participants. Call 575-4487 to schedule a class.

Church Events Gospel Sing. The Joyfulaires will be in concert at Gospel Hill Ministry, located at 27610 TR 45, Warsaw on Saturday evening, June 9 at 7 p.m. Bring a lawn chair for best seating. The sing will be moved inside in case of bad weather. Call 824-3300 for more information. Come early and tour the lighthouse. Educational Seminar. An educational seminar entitled “Charitable Giving: Making a Difference by Giving Back,” will be Sunday, June 10 at 1 p.m. at Emmanuel Lutheran Church’s Fellowship Hall. This one hour seminar is being presented by Thrivent Financial for Lutherans and the Coshocton community is invited. A light lunch will be served. Please RSVP to the church office at 622-2550 from 9 a.m. - Noon, Monday through Friday or to 622-2408 anytime. The church is located at 1500 Pleasant Valley Drive in Coshocton. Gospel Music. Chalfant Church will have a program of Gospel music on Sunday, June 10, at 2 p.m. following a 1 p.m. carry-in dinner. Everyone is welcome. Chalfant Church is located on Coshocton County Road 439 approximately three miles north of Dresden. Community Carnival. The Chili Crossroads Bible Church will be having a Community Carnival on June 22 at 6:30 p.m. Grab a sno-cone. Tear off a piece of cotton candy. Head over to the bounce house. Tackle the obstacle course. Win the three-legged race. Spit a watermelon seed. Get in a water balloon fight. Earn prizes. Wear a smile. The church is located at 29445 County Road 10, Fresno. Visit their Web site at www. chilibiblechurch.org. The event is free and open to the public. All welcome.


Community Dinner. The Burt Avenue Wesleyan Church has a community dinner the second Wednesday of every month at 5:30 p.m. The dinner is served at the Burt Fellowship Hall on Orange Street.

Location: 28449 Twp. Rd. 171 Fresno OH. From SR 93 in Fresno take Twp Rd 171 west to auction. Or from New Bedford take CR 10 south approx. 7 miles (thru Chili) to Twp. Rd. 171 west 1 mile to property. Or from SR 621 just east of Coshocton go north to Twp Rd. 171 east to auction. Signs posted.

Jacob’s Closet. The Warsaw United Methodist Church is announcing its new spring and summer hours of operation for Jacob’s Closet. The closet is open every Thursday from 9 a.m. – Noon and the last Thursday of each month from 9 a.m. – Noon and 5 – 8 p.m. The church is located at 130 E. Church Street in Warsaw.

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Church Service. The Church of God located at 703 S 2nd St would like to invite everyone to service on Sundays at 10:30 a.m. For those who would like to come but can’t drive themselves, they can pick you up in their new church van. Just call Bill at 502-9701 and he will make arrangements to get you to and from the church.

2- 40’x400’ Layer Houses on 8 Acres* Smaller Home* White Eyes Twp.* Coshocton County* Ridgewood Schools* Income Producing Property* Dump Truck* Pickup* 2 JD Skidloaders* JD Tractor* Equip.* Household Items.

Clubs and Organizations Retired Teachers Association. The Coshocton County Retired Teachers Association meets Friday, June 8 at 11 a.m. at Grace United Methodist Church. Lunch is at Noon. For reservations, call Bee Lehner at 622-7559. Support Group Meeting. The Celiac Support Group will be having their monthly meeting on June 11 at 6:30 p.m. at Coshocton Hospital’s Orange Street Depot room. Gluten free snacks will be served. PERI Meeting. Public Employee Retiree’s Chapter 77 (PERI) will meet Wednesday, June 13 at the Coshocton Senior Center, located at 201 Brown’s Lane. A meal at Noon will be followed by a short business meeting. Call the Senior Center at 6224852 to make a lunch reservation. Genealogical Society Meeting. The Coshocton Genealogical Society will meet Tuesday, June 19 from 7:30 - 9 p.m. in the basement of the Coshocton Public Library for an open discussion. Come with interesting tales of your ancestors, suggestions for research, or photos to share. New members are always welcome. Lunch and Learn Series. Learn a little more about gardening over the lunch hour. Join Tammi Rogers for six “quick ‘n dirty” classes designed to fit into your busy schedule. There is no registration fee. Simply bring your own lunch and enjoy a few moments of learning with friends. Classes will be on the following Tuesdays: June 12- Rain Barrels; June 19- “Green” Lawns; July 10- Invasive Plants of Coshocton County; July 24- Invasive Insects; August 7- “Try This” New Trees and Shrubs and August 21- Plant A Prairie. All classes are from 12:15 - 12:45 p.m. The classes on “Green” Lawns and Plant A Prairie will be in Room 145 of the Coshocton County Services Building. All others will be at the tan house at Clary Gardens. There is no registration fee, but please call or email to RSVP to ensure enough handouts are prepared. Contact Tammi Rogers, Master Gardener Coordinator at OSU Extension Coshocton County, with questions or call 622-2265 or email rogers.376@osu.edu. OSU Extension is located at 724 South 7th Street, Room 110, Coshocton. For a complete flyer, visit www.coshocton.osu.edu.

Blue Star Mothers of America. Coshocton County Chapter OH59 of the Blue Star Mothers of America meets the second Monday of each month at the Church of the Nazarene, 1058 Orange Street, Room 103 at 6:30pm. All mothers of active duty military and reservists/guard are invited to come together to support one another, US military members and their families. For information, call 610-4740.

TRACTORS, TRUCKS, EQUIPMENT & MISC AT 10:00 AM JD SKIDLOADERS AND TRACTOR: JD 280 Series II skidloader, 90 hp diesel 2810 hrs, sells with material bucket; JD 7775 skidloader, 40 hp Yanmar diesel, 8840 hrs. sells with material bucket; 2 sets of pallet forks will be sold separate: JD 790 FWD tractor w/JD 419 frontend loader, has 27 hp Yanmar diesel engine, 775hrs; Frontier GM1072R 6 ft. 3 pt finish mower; Grouser tracks for skidloader; 6-30lb. JD suitcase weights. TRUCKS, REEFER TRAILER: 1973 Chevy C 60 single axle dump truck, with 350 engine 4 spd w/2 sp rear end; 1979 Chevy Deluxe 20 pickup, 4x4, 350 engine, ¾ ton, 4 spd trans, approx. 70,000 miles, good condition; 1991 Dodge Ram 350, Cummins Turbo diesel, flat bed, 230,000 miles, auto trans (body is rough); 38 ft. Thermo King reefer trailer. GENSET, TRAILERS & MISC. EQUIP.: DMT 22 KW single phase genset with propane engine; Big Tex 22 GN, 37 ft. gooseneck trailer, tandem axle, beaver tail, new tires;Fleetneck 28 ft. gooseneck trailer w/beavertail; 3 pt. hydraulic log splitter; Frontier 3 pt. blade; JD 3 pt. weight box; 3-550 gal. poly tanks; 2 Yoder 4000 psi pressure washers w/11hp Honda motor; 2 Jet 6000 lb. cap. pallet jacks; two 3 ft. fans; floor jack; Stihl MS250 and MS 260 chainsaws (18” bars); Pit Pro battery charger (brand new); older 3 pt. 2 row corn planter; Craftsman wet/dry vac; Emglo portable air compressor. BUILDINGS: 10’x16’ storage building; 10’x12’ building on skids (old chicken coop). Guns: Savage .22 rifle; Marlin 12 ga. Shotgun, bolt action. FENCE & SUPPLIES: 5 new rolls of woven wire fence; 7 ½’, 8’ and 10’ treated fence posts; misc. fence buildings supplies. HOUSEHOLD & MISC.: 3 Coleman camping stoves; Brinkmann charcoal smoker; deep fryer; Cabelas propane turkey fryer; 2 Fuji 10 spd. mountain bikes; five 4’x8’ pcs of white vinyl lattice; misc shovels, rakes, hoes; misc. fans; old school desk with chair; misc. lawn and garden tools; misc. kitchen items; Kenmore portable dishwasher; wooden wardrobe; other household items. TERMS ON CHATTELS: cash or good check LUNCHSTAND NOTE: Sale order: Small items at 10 am. Real estate at noon. Tractors and other large epuipment after real estate. Owners: Eli & Ellen Miller

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Fresno Alumni Banquet. The Fresno Banquet will be Saturday, June 9 at 6:30 p.m. at Ridgewood High School, located at 602 Johnson St. Honored classes will be 1942, 1952, and 1962. Dinner will be served by Fresno Methodist Church. Menu will consist of baked steak, baked potato, green beans, tossed salad, pie, rolls, and beverages. The cost per person is $13. Forms will be sent out the first week of May. Reservations should be returned by Friday, June 1 and should be

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Antique Power Association. The Coshocton County Antique Power Association will meet on the following Sundays in the Tractor Supply Building at 3 p.m.: June 10, July 8, Aug. 12, Sept. 9, Oct. 14, and Dec. 9. There will not be a meeting in November. However, there is a hog roast on Nov. 4.


Excellent income producing property that is currently set up for layer houses but could be converted to broiler houses. Built in 1989 these 40’x400’ will need some equipment upgrades but are structurally sound and are situated on 8 acres. 2 water wells and septic system. The home is an older mobile home with add-ons. Kitchen/ dining area, 3 bedrooms, 1 bath, living room. Live in the country with the conveniences of an “at home” income. All of the above on 8.08 acres in beautiful Coshocton County. Call Jr Miller for more details. Real Estate sells at 12:00 noon. Call for brochure. Taxes per ½ are $974.31 per ½ year. PARCEL #’S ARE: 0420000047800, 0420000047801. TERMS ON REAL ESTATE : 10% nonrefundable downpayment due day of sale with balance due at closing. Closing will be 45 days after auction. No financing contingencies and all inspections must be completed prior to bidding. Announcements made day of sale take precedence.


Miracles in Motion. Miracles in Motion Ministries will be having a service at Dillon State Park to reach out to the camping community. All are welcome. Dillon State Park is located at 5265 Dillon Hills Drive in Nashport, Ohio. The services will be every Sunday until the end of October from 9 – 10 a.m. In the event of inclement weather, the church service will be at the covered patio at the Dillon State Park camp store. For information, contact Pastor Durward Ulman at 294-5734 or e-mail hannahmoody2000@yahoo.com.

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Kubota Tractor* JD Round Baler* Farm Epuip.* Woodworking Tools * Railroad Memorabilia* Collectibles* Household* Guns. TRACTOR & EQUIP.: 2008 Kubota BX 24 Tractor w/ loader, backhoe, 60’ mower deck, 3pt. hitch, approx. 1000 hrs.; JD 510 round baler; New Holland #256 hay rake; New Holland 478 Haybine; Ford 3 bottom 14 in. mounted plow; gravity box (no running gear); Seed Easy 3 pt. /pto seeder; 8 ft. cultipacker; horse drawn cultivator; 12” turning plow for IH Cub Tractor; diesel fuel storage tank; 3 round bale feeders; horse hay feeder; wheel barrow; wood beam walking plow; draft horse shoeing stock; baler twine. TOOLS: Stihl FS-45 weed trimmer; Cub Cadet push mower WoodTex 20” 5hp wood planer; Craftsman bandsaw; 1” belt sander; Delta 12 ½” planer; Craftsman 4 1/8” jointer-planer; Craftsman 1hp router;Craftsman 2/3 hp belt & disc sander; Rockwell 11” wood lathe; Miller 180 amp stick welder; huge shop light; ½ hp heavy duty bench grinder; crosscut saws (1 man and 2 man); roller bearing shop conveyors; 32 ft. aluminum ext. ladder; Ingersoll 60 gal. 3 HP-1350PSI air compressor; 5hp 12 gal. Rigid Shop Vac; various hand saws; galvanized and stainless steel vent pipe. LUMBER & MISC.: walnut, cherry, oak, beech, hard maple some is planed some kiln dried some rough sawn and some cherry is 13” wide.; wood trim; cherry hardwood flooring; lots of new interior and exterior doors; bifold doors. ANTIQUES & MISC. ITEMS: old 33’s record albums; corn sheller (Hocking Valley MFG); fruit grinder/press; antique cream separator (941 Montgomery Ward); small novelty stove; antique desk; antique round table; Scott Classic Reel type push mower; hay spear for loose hay; MC farm equip. sign; roll top desk; wood school desk/chair combo; wagon wheel clock; full size cherry bed frame; huge pile of large sandstone; outdoor porch swing; wood octagon picnic table; charcoal grill; Power House WM 1501 gym set; large pile of paving bricks. RAILROAD ITEMS: Railroads locks; lanterns; time books; insulators. HOUSEHOLD: Thousands of pieces of samples of material for quilting blocks; dishes; ladies purses; DVD’s & video movies; GE electric stove; lamps; entertainment stand; Sears AM/FM stereo system with record player 78-4533’s; 3 bar stools; round wicker frame chair w/cushions; tall book case; LG full HD 46” TV; solid wood coffee & end tables; microwave; KTV small television; cat napper extra large recliner chair; green 2 position recliner chair; wooden rocking chair w/cushions. GUNS & MISC.: Daisy Model 25 Centennial Collector’s Edition; Tasco Golden Antler rifle scope; Winchester model 62-A 22 rifle; Winchester semiautomatic 22 cal, model 77 w/scope; Crossman model 766 air rifle; Recurve bow Ben-Pecrson Cougar 7050; Shakespear Custer Archery model X-22; fishing equip. ROUND PEN: 80’x6’ horse training round pen. CHATTEL TERMS: Cash or good check SALE ORDER: Tractor and equipment to be sold at approx. 12 noon. NOTE: Due to retiring from the rail road and now from farming the Browns will be relocating and offer the above items at public auction. LUNCH STAND

Sale By Order Of: Johnny & Sandy Brown

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Adams Mills Reuion. The Adams Mills alumni and school reunion will b e Saturday, June 23 at 6 p.m. at Jerry’s Restaurant, located at 275 S Whitewoman St, Coshocton. Anyone who attended the school or currently lives in the district is invited to attend. For information and reservations, contact Karen Henry at 202-5881 or Edward Ross at 754-2920 by Wednesday, June 22. River View Class of 1982. The River View Class of 1982 will celebrate its 30-year reunion Saturday, Aug. 25, at the Coshocton Village Inn and Suites. Mark your calendars and watch your mail for further details. We are looking for the following classmates. If you have any information on their whereabouts, contact Renee Miller by calling 824-3400 or email legalsecretary10@yahoo.com. The missing classmates are: Randy Allen, Jamie Bowers, John Burkhardt, Kevin Cunningham, Alotta Dean, Robert Fulks, Mary Kay Fulton, Michael Garrett, Frank Hoffer, Rhonda Hoffer, Tammy Lipps, Michele Miller, John Nemeth, David Phillips, Randy Postlewaite, Cathy Slaughter, Dale Smith, Bud Smyers, Kent Terry, Robyn Vickers, Thomas Ward, Zetta Whited.

Library Events Wednesday, June 6, 13, 20, 27: Make-It-Take-It Crafts: Coshocton Public Library: A Make-It-Take Craft can be created every Wednesday during June and July. Children, K-6th grade, are welcome to w DALE GRESS w REAL ESTATE w


Wednesday, June 13, 4:00pm 1504 Sleepy Hollow Drive FORMER POSSESSIONS OF MARGARET CLARK

QUALITY HOUSEHOLD & FURNISHINGS 6pc. Dining room suite, curio cabinet, 2-sofa’s, wing back chair, swivel chair, swivel rocker, hide a bed sofa, recliner, living room chairs, glass top coffee & end tables, card tables & chairs, bedroom suites- 2pc., 4pc., & 5pc., 5pc. dinette, treadmill, lamps, misc. pictures, TV’s, patio table & chairs, metal shelving, desk, Hoover Steam Vac, bookshelves, Christmas decorations, luggage, small kitchen appiances, kitchen utensils, service 4 Phalzgraft, Lazy Boy recliner, 6pc. patio set, misc. Fenton, misc. books. LAWN, GARDEN & MISC. Elec. leaf blower, elec. hedge trimmers, step ladder, hand & garden tools. Much more not listed. Note: If you need clean quality furniture this is it. Many Photos at www.dalegress.com Terms: Cash or approved check day of Auction. ID required. Terry Longsworth - Auctioneer


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sent to Ruth Marquand at 1649 Pleasant Valley Drive, Coshocton. Call Ruth with any questions at 623-0450. Scholarship donations can be sent at the same time if desired. Anyone that attended Fresno School is welcome.


Location: 16697 Twp Rd 437B Dresden OH 43821. From Coshocton take SR 541 west to SR 60 South to auction, or from Dresden OH take SR 60 north (across 16) to Wakatomika to auction. Signs posted.


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come to The Large Meeting Room anytime from 10 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. ‘Dream Big-Read!’ at The Coshocton Public Library. Wednesday, June 6, 13, 20, 27: Books Galore Book Store: Coshocton Public Library: The Friends of the Library used book store in the library basement has books magazines, movies, audio books, paperback books and more, all at rock-bottom prices. Open to the public every Monday from 3 – 6 p.m. and Wednesday and Saturday from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. Call 622-0956 for information. Wednesday, June 6, 13, 20, 27: Plugged and Unplugged (Teens): Coshocton Public Library: Grades 7-High School Graduation are invited to Plugged & Unplugged for online and traditional gaming. Board Games, Video Games, Internet Access, Friends, Snacks and Fun! Call 622-0956 to register. 2:30 - 5 p.m. Wednesday, June 6: Animanga Club Meeting (Teens): Coshocton Public Library: Fans of manga and anime meet each month to preview anime, discuss manga, share Web sites, learn about Japanese culture, draw, and much, much more! Call 622-0956 to register. Grades 7-12 only. 5:30 - 7 p.m. Saturday, June 9, 16, 23, 30: Books Galore Book Store: Coshocton Public Library: The Friends of the Library used book store in the library basement has books, magazines, movies, audio books, paperback books and more, all at rock-bottom prices. Open to the public every Monday from 3 – 6 p.m. and Wednesday and Saturday from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. Call 622-0956 for information. Monday, June 11, 18, 25: Books Galore Book Store: Coshocton Public Library: The Friends of the Library used book store in the library basement has books, magazines, movies, audio books, paperback books and more, all at rock-bottom prices. Open to the public every Monday from 3 – 6 p.m. and Wednesday and Saturday from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. Call 622-0956 for information. Monday, June 11, 18, 25: West Lafayette Branch Lunch and Crafts Under the Shelter: West Lafayette Branch Library: Join in the fun every Monday during June and July. Bring your lunch to the West Lafayette Branch Library at 11:30 a.m. We will provide the punch, and then, after stories, we will provide a craft for you to complete, and then take home with you! No need to register, but we hope you’ll make Mondays at 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. a regular part of your summer routine! Thursday, June 7, 14, 21, 28: Summer Chi at Clary Gardens: Summer Chi at the Clary Gardens Amphitheater 9 - 10 a.m. Join us under the silver maple trees and the wide blue sky for gentle exercises that reduce stress, increase vitality, and put a spring in your step! Taught by Holli Rainwater. Thursday, June 7, 14, 21, 28: Lunch On The Deck : Coshocton Public Library: Lunch On The Deck story time occurs every Thursday for children and their families from 11:30 a.m. - Noon. Bring your lunch, we’ll provide the punch. Enjoy stories, songs, and fun. In case of inclement weather, the event will be in The Large Meeting Room. No registration is required. Friday, June 8: W.L. Rock The Night: A Summer Reading Concert Celebration: West Lafayette Branch Library: ROCK THE NIGHT! This is a Summer Reading kick-off concert for grades 7-12 and their families. Rock with area teen band Rug Shop (http://www.facebook.com/pages/RugShop/162454057155794)! You’ll hear all of today’s best rock and punk music, so get your head banging, music blaring selves ready. Event will be in the West Lafayette Branch Library Rotary Reading Shelter and is free. In case of bad weather, one attempt will be

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Morgan Myers took first place, Elaine Casey earned second and Juanita Welch was third in the Get Fit, Coshocton! contest. Pictured behind the winners is Stacey Shriver, a therapist at and a partner of Three Rivers Therapy Services, LLC which was a main sponsor of the contest along with The Coshocton County Beacon. Other sponsors included Interim Health Care, Kids America, Sheree’s Salon and Spa and Triplitt Pharmacy and Gifts. The contest started in March with 30 people and wrapped up at the end of May with 20 participants. Those taking part were encouraged to count their calories and increase their exercise. PHOTO CONTRIBUTED TO

made to reschedule at a later date. Registration is appreciated, but not required. 7 - 8 p.m. Monday, June 11: Coffee Club: Coshocton Public Library: Senior adults 55+ are invited to join us for a cup of hot coffee and enlightening conversation. 10:15 a.m. - Noon

MLS#3319620 - Brick with large lot in Coshocton. $155,000

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THREE RIVERS BLUEGRASS Fourth Saturday of each month Supporting Team Alana Relay for Life


June 8 & 22 • Auctions start at 5:30pm Coshocton County Where the Three Rivers Meet & Mingle. We hope you will do the same at Agents Realty & Auction Service / Fortune’s Boot Shop

Agents Realty & Auction Service 23024 CR 621 (Next to Walmart) • Coshocton, OH 740-622-0700 • Fax: 740-622-6800 Email: agentsrealty@roadrunner.com

Located at Rock Ridge School 1.5 miles east of New Bedford, take SR 651 to TR 85 to TR 231 right, or from Baltic, take SR 651 west to TR 85 to TR 231. NEW FURNITURE; 56 inch rustic hickory roll-top desk, 5 pc. Brown maple bedroom set, 2 oak china hutches, secretary desk, 42 by 66 oak table with 3 self storing leaves, and six chairs. Michael’s cherry stain oak book cases, Lazy Boy reclining couch and recliner. Hickory rocker’s and magazine stand, pine log bed night stand and 5 drawer chest and coffee table, checkered top table, oak mission child’s rocker, oak chest, brey Elm sewing cabinet. QUILTS: Broken star, star log cabin, country nine patch, double Irish chain, trip around the world, escalating patch work shaded Blazing Star, plain horse in pasture quilt and quilt top. Plain pansy blanket, pieced quilt tops (3 lone star deluxe, Ohio star, starburst, spring star tulip), comforters, rugs, wallhanger’s, etc. ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES: Tonka toys, (dozer T6, semi 50th anniversary, dump truck), Ford (8,000 tractor trailer, 8N tractor, NIB, 5000 collector’s edition NIB, select O-matic NIB, foxfire 901 NIB, Gulf 1918 pickup NIB), Chevy (55 NIB, 57 NIB, 55 Camo pickup NIB), nylint crane, Oliver 70 NIB, Pedal Fire truck (solid winross Brandly caldwell NI, case 1170 tractor foxfire NIB, 53 Ford pickup custom NIB, Dodge Airflow NIB, 55 Olds Super 98 convertible NIB, Texaco Doodle Bug NIB, Winross Churchill Downs NIB, Fordson tractor super major NIB, 57 inch, R-190 Truck NIB, Cat 2 ton track tractor NIB, Action stock car 2001 NIB, Dale Earnhardt #3 Goodwrench NIB, large Nylint Firetruck with ladder (steel), special edition Ford 8Ns with plows NIB, Case Agri-King 970 NIB, Farmall F-20 NIB, Farmall H 50th anniversary with Farmer NIB, IN 600 NIB weed whackers, Pully crocks, corn planter, saw, Granite, silver plated items, saw, oil can. PONY & CART: Pony, cart, harness, Yearling, pain quarter horse, cross filly, 4 year old brown and white pony mare, new EZ entry pony cart, new pony harness, new Bio driving harness, new double IT saddle. MISC.: New vinyl 6 and 8 foot picnic table, 2000 Honda Gen., men and women’s giant cypress bike’s from Raber’s Bike Shop, Holz saver wood stove, copper clad wood, cookstove, barn siding, outhouse, Eco bricks, 90 bags sawdust, BB gun, Craftsman tools (10 inch drillpress, reciprocating saws, circular saw, 119 pc. Tool set) vinyl hot bed. SWING SETS: 4 position monkey bar swing set with sandbox tower and slide, with a free 20 mile delivery and set up. NURSERY ITEMS: Flowers, hanging baskets, black raspberry plants. Furniture sells at 10 a.m., antiques collectibles at 11:30, quilts at 1:00 p.m. Drawing to win a black and white pony for school age children at the end of quilt sale. Must be present to win, come and enjoy the day with plenty of good food, bake sale, donuts, fry pies, soft pretzels and homemade ice cream. AUCTIONEER: Joseph Miller, 33066 CR 126, Millersburg, OH 44654 ASSISTING AUCTIONEERS: Atlee Rober, JR Yoder, Todd Woodruff FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: Owen Shetler 330-897-4308, Aden Raber 330-897-4901


MLS#3282485 - All Brick, 3 bedroom, level lot, RW Schools. $107,500

NEXT AUCTION - Fri, June 8 • 5:30pm


VOICEMAIL: 740-622-1752 33066 CR 126 • MILLERSBURG, OH 44654


MLS#3309524 - Beautiful home, many features, RV Schools. $179,900

name of a member who was going on the mission trip printed on it so that they could pray for that person. The youngest person to go was 18 years old and the oldest was 63 years old. “We can’t change all of Haiti, but we can change this woman’s life,” said Limburg. “We can’t change the world, but we can make a difference one person at a time.” BETH@COSHOCTONCOUNTYBEACON.COM






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Thursday, June 28: Teens Talk Titles: Coshocton Public Library: Teens Talk Titles is a book club for grades 7-12 that meets the last Thursday of each month discuss a genre in Young Adult books. Young Adult Coordinator, Jennifer Ricketts will provide a list of suggestions, but members are open to pick any Young Adult title in chosen genre for the month. Bring the book you’ve read and tell other club members about it. Pizza and drink provided. June genre: Read any utopian young adult fiction book. Suggestion- Any book from the Ally Condie Matched Trilogy. Program is free. Space is limited. Register by calling 740-622-0956. 4 - 5 p.m.



Thursday, June 14: Ghost Writing: An Own The Night Program (Teens): Coshocton Public Library: If you crawl for all things spooky and strange this is the writing shop for you. You will... Examine the mysterious-Inspect popular ghost stories- Dissect Brainstorming ideas with the group on your original story ideas. Feel a draft- Take a moment and write a rough draft of your original ghost story. Registration required by Monday, June 11. Call 622-0956. Grades 7-12. 3:30 - 4:30 p.m.



Tuesday, June 12: W.L. History Series- Native American Points, Artifacts, and Lore: West Lafayette Branch Library: Dave Apple, retired teacher, local historian, and avid collector, will present a lecture about the Native Americans of Coshocton County along with lively lore and a show and tell of authentic Indian points and artifacts. The program is free of charge and refreshments will be provided by the Friends of the Library. Registration is required by calling the West Lafayette Branch Library at 545-6672 or online at www.coshoctonlibrary.org. 5:30 - 6:30 p.m.

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Public Record Coshocton Common Pleas Court – Divorces/Dissolutions Divorces Rebecca A. Means of Coshocton from Duane R. Means of Coshocton Dissolutions Cynthia Hall of Coshocton from Randall P. Hall of Coshocton Jennifer L. Holz of Coshocton from David A. Holz of Coshocton Marriages: Christopher Dwayne Roberson of McCaskill, AR to Sibyl Elisabeth Williams of Texarkana, TX Aaron Clay Zimmerman of Columbus to Ashley Nicole Crossley of Coshocton Leroy R. Miller of Baltic to Diane N. Stutzman of Baltic William Edward Hartsock of Warsaw to Lindsay Lou Smith of Warsaw Alexander Martin of Havana, FL to Sharon Ann Knox of Conesville Joseph Henry Lavenski II of Coshocton to Katie Virginia Bowers of Martinsburg, PA Terrence Clyde Bailey of Newcomerstown to Kristin Danelle Parks of Newcomerstown Land Transfers: 5/23 William E. Holdsworth to Michelle L. Seibert; $83,000 5/24 Larry A. and Cheryl L. Corder to Stephanie M. and

David A. Hoke; $350,000 5/25 Hidden Ranch Limited to James Keim, Aden Troyer, and Jacob Miller; $650,000 Vernon F. Bradford and Carolyn S. Bradford to Kyle A. Ridenbaugh and Leslie M. F. Ridenbaugh Bryan K. and Lisa D. Wine to Tracy N. McVay; $27,800 5/29 Marilyn Pollock to Janet Miskimen; $18,500 Brad D. Coy and Sarah E. Coy to Dustin A. Gregory; $161,000 Dixie Lee Fishbaugh to Phillip D. Prater; $150,000 Kevin J. and Maryetta J. Kettels to Michael M. and Jessica A. Paisley; $136,000 Stanley B. Underwood to Alex Michael Bantum; $10,000 5/31 Calvin E. Wright, Ramona M. Williams, Carl J. Wright, Joyce E. Babcock, and Jerry D. Wright to Blake A. and Jessica J. Mencer; $68,000 Harry Jay Johnson and Darlene Johnson to Heath J. Johnson; $200,000 Allan R. Fultz to Danney R. Williamson; $72,900 Cecil R. Richards and Georgina Richards to William I. McMillen and Nancy A. McMillen; $55,000 Geraldine Deringer to Timothy Eberhard and Angela M. Eberhard; $35,000 Miller Real Estate to Tyler C. Kobel; $112,000 Land Transfers Exempt from Conveyance Fees 5/23 Richard W. Haliburton to Levi A. Stutzman, Lena R.

Stutzman, and Miriam L. Stutzman City of Coshocton to Coshocton Town and Country Club Milda D. Jones, deceased, to Eugene G. Jones 5/25 Michael E. Hummel and Penny S. Hummel to Michael E. Hummel, Ttee, and Penny S. Hummel, Ttee Melvin T. Blizzard to Cheryl K. Blizzard Michael E. Porcher Sr. to Michael E. Porcher Sr. and Cheryl L. Porcher Charee Noe, Executor of the Estate of Curtis D. Wright to The Home Loan Savings Bank Robert W. Smith and Mary Jane A. Smith to William E. Pfister and Theresa L. Pfister Robert W. Smith and Mary Jane A. Smith to David L. Smith 5/30 Grace E. McPeak to Duane L. McPeak and Clifford A. McPeak Coshocton County Commissioners to Chute, Ltd. 5/31 Stephen S. Rideout and Camille K. Rideout to Breck Windsor Rideout Earl E. Mansfield and Mary N. Mansfield to Earl E. Mansfield and Mary N. Mansfield, co-trustees Stephen S. Rideout and Camille K. Rideout to Breck Windsor Rideout and Camille K. Rideout Trustee of the Dorothy B. Kuhn Revocable Trust to Craig L. Kuhn and Ronda L. Rieth Vicki K. Hahn to Vicki K. Hahn, Trustee Richard L. Staugh and Diana K. Staugh to Derek K. Staugh and Heather E. Staugh

Valerie Miller named after-care coordinator at Miller Funeral CONTRIBUTED TO THE BEACON

in business from Zane State College. It is also important to her to be involved in the community. Valerie is involved with many organizations and is a member of the Coshocton Rotary Club. Miller Funeral Home is family owned, and offers funeral services, cremations, and pre planning and is located on Main Street in Coshocton.

Miller Funeral Home is proud to announce its newest addition to their staff. Valerie Miller will now be the After Care Coordinator at the funeral home, who will handle all after care needs with each family. Valerie is the wife of owner Matt Miller, and they opened the funeral home 17 months ago. Matt and Valerie have three children, Andrew, Madison and Grace. Valerie has worked at Time Warner Media for the last two and half years as an account executive. Prior to Time Warner, she also worked for the Coshocton



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HELP WANTED Taking applications, apply in person at Colonial Sports-N-Courts, 1101 Fairy Falls Dr. SERVICES OFFERED Lawn Care, Lawn mowing, light landscaping. Tree and bush trimming and removal. Stump removal, power washing. Small and large jobs are welcomed. Reasonable and reliable. 740294-9589 anytime. FARM EQUIPMENT Furgeson 6 bar hay rake, 3pt. hook up, $500. 740622-5846

FURNITURE Antique dining room set, china closet, buffet, drop leaf table and 6 chairs. $350. 740-502-2810 Very nice, large wood entertainment center. $250. 740-502-2810 GARAGE SALE 29319 Monroe Township Road 334, near Randles Lighthouse. June 8&9; 8-? Clothes, hunting, fishing, household, TV, furniture, swimming pool, 2002 Ford Escape, kids toys, outdoor riding toys, lawn spreader, electrical. Commercial Building #2, Coshocton County Fairgrounds. Saturday, June 9; 9-4 and Sunday, June 10; 11-3. Lots of estate dolls, antiques, and collectibles at garage sale prices. Don’t miss it! Huge 6-Family Garage Sale. 1600 Nicholear Ave. June 7th, 8th and 9th; 9-4. Queen size bed frame head and foot boards, ping pong table, 100 year old drafting table, boys and

Yard Sale. Sat., June 9th; 9-2. 392 S 9th St. Antiques, collectibles, sports cards. Furniture, toys, game systems, games.

HUGE GARAGE SALE June 8th 8-5, June 9th 9-3. 46515 US Rte 36, across from JW’s. Lots of name brands: Vera Bradley, Coach, Boyd’s, AE, Hollister, Justice, etc. Clothes and shoes: kids, JRs and adults. Acoustic guitar, Crib/dresser/hutch set, Car booster seats, dressers, Razor elect. Scooters, ESPN sports station, swing set attachments, Wii and XBOX games, 19” TV; toys, books and movies, kitchenware; bedding and much more!!!


Garage Sale. 805 Highland Blvd. June 7th and 8th, 8:00-3:00. Tables of boys and girls school clothes .50¢-$2.00. Dance clothes, Longaberger pottery, large men’s shirts, end tables, heavy weight bag,. Friday 12-3 Bag Sale. Multi-Family Garage Sale. June 8&9; 8-3pm. Approx. 1/2 mile North on SR621 off SR36, signs posted. Toys, infant girls/maternity/ adult clothes, Exersaucer, baby items, glass-top table, household items, lots of miscellaneous. Patio Sale. Friday, 6/8 and Sat., 6/9; 9 to 5. 441 So. 16th Street. Furniture, small appliances, new women’s shoes and more. Saturday, June 9; 9-3. 2216 Forest Hill Drive, Coshocton. Boys, girls and adult clothing, Little Tykes dollhouse, lots of toys, twin bed, lawn mower and misc.

Pin Oak 8 to 12 feet $40. White Birch 8 to 10 feet $40. Blue Spruce Norway Spruce Canaan Fir. 740327-2835 leave message. MISC ITEMS 3ft. by 6ft. A-frame sign with 700 letters. $125. 740-622-5846 PRODUCE Rhubarb for sale. $1.25/ lb. Plants and pie available. 740-545-0282 SPORTING GOODS 6 Final Decision Soccer Referee shirts XL, short and long sleeves, red, gold and black. $10.00 each. Pair NF10A soccer flags, misc. soccer referee items. 740-622-2095 WANTED Buying: Boy Scout patches and memorabilia one patch or entire collections. Call 740-623-0793 leave message or email scoutpatchohio@yahoo.com WANTED: Junk vehicles, scrap metal, appliances, batteries and junk mowers. Also one time clean up and removal of rubbish. 740545-5025

Buying any old porcelain or tin advertising signs. Gas, oil, automotive, farm, tobacco or beverage. Top prices paid. Absolutely any condition. 740-575-4848 740-502-5610. barnhangers@live.com APARTMENTS FOR RENT AREA RENTAL INFORMATION. Houses and Apartments. Rent or I’ll help you buy! Call 740-622-9791 today! 1BR Apt. Water furnished $390/mo. plus deposit. 740622-6003 2BR Apt. appliances, garage, coin operated laundry. 740-622-8020 2BR, 2nd floor, appliances, clean, $340/mo. No pets. 2BR house, washer/dryer hook-up, $390/mo. plus deposit, 6mo. lease. Ref. required. 740-202-2178 2BR, 1 bath apt. 1008 1/2 Walnut Street. Rent $425 plus half of water, sewer, trash. 740-829-2396 (2) 1BR Apt. $350/$425. 4 BR House, all utilities paid. 740-545-0697 Apartment for rent, 1 bedroom in country. $300, deposit. Call 740-622-0092

HOMES FOR RENT 2/3 BR, remodeled, good neighborhood, A/C $575/ mo. 740-295-4414 Small 2BR, 1 floor plan, available immediately. 450 N 8th St. $325/mo. plus deposit. 740-622-7232 Very nice 1-2BR, 2 bath, central A/C, stove, refrig., garage, non-smoking, $500/mo. plus utilities. Ref/ Dep required. No pets. 740622-4254 leave message. HOMES FOR SALE 2BR Home on 18.65 acres with 2 ponds (both very clean and clear), one for swimming and one for fishing with deck between the two. Your own private resort. 740-327-6561 SUV’s 2000 Chevy Blazer, 4x4, power windows and locks, tow package, sunroof, new tires. $3,850. OBO. 740502-3989 Got something you really want to sell!? Put it in front of thousands of readers in The Coshocton County Beacon classifieds!

Smoke Free, 2BR, new paint and carpet, garage, storage. $495/mo. 740-2954414

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Get Healthy and Fit! Come to the Introduction to AdvoCare event at the Coshocton Village Inn & Suites on Thursday, June 7. The meeting starts at 7 p.m. with social time beginning at 6:30 p.m. Learn how to lose weight with the 24 day challenge, get fit and stay healthy for life using world class and scientifically proven AdvoCare products. Contact Mark Fortune, local AdvoCare distributor for more information at 740502-0176 or visit our website at www.fortunes4advocare.com.

Seasoned Firewood Cherry-Walnut-Oak and other woods. Cut/Split/Delivered $75 each load. (Will cut to size and length). Great Gift Idea or for your Summer Campfires! 740-502-3657 740-294-0727

girls clothes - newborn thru size 12. Baby swings, cars seats, walkers. Pope Gosser - coins. housewares and tons of misc.

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