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Hope CliniC grand opening page 8 fresno farmer’s market new loCation page 9 Classified page 23 This edition of The Beacon published in memory of Bob Zanella. “Shining a Positive Light on Coshocton County”

Hope CliniC grand opening Held As applause rang out, Hope Clinic board members and local dignitaries cut the ribbon marking the official opening and dedication on Saturday, June 4. The clinic is located in the former Davis Dry Cleaners at 131 South Sixth Street in Coshocton. Pictured l - r: Deborah Strasser, Janet Miller, Maureen Karl, Dr. Kevin Doherty, Coshocton City Mayor Steve Mercer, Dr. Kent Doherty, Jeanne Davis Callahan, Rick Merrell and Pastor Mark Granger. Board members not pictured: Dr. Jerold Meyer and Dave Lanning. BeaCon PhoTo By MaRK foRTune

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areas of Coshocton’s development. Nine regions of cultural identity are presented: agriculture, surveying, industry, civic buildings and banking, utilities/infrastructure, education, influential people, media, and the Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum, an 80-year old cultural institution. The artifacts are diverse, from an 1827 Ledger of the McClain & Frew Store, now the Warehouse Restaurant, to surveying tools and drawings by Ross Hamilton, early 20th C. Coshocton surveyor. Visitors will be surprised by the number of newspapers that have come and gone, such as the Coshocton Daily Times and the Times-Age. Even a German-language paper, Coshocton Wochenblatt, is displayed. A 1931 edition of the Coshocton Tribune is also available for visitors to leaf through. JHM’s Coshocton Bicentennial exhibit will be displayed in the Golden Gallery through December. The Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum’s fall exhibit, Inspired by Coshocton—Artwork by Artists with Ties to Coshocton County, features works of any media by people with a connection to Coshocton. Artists are invited to submit an application to the show. Deadline is Sept. 1. The subject matter does not have to relate directly to Coshocton. This contemporary exhibit is another way to celebrate the Coshocton community as its members continue to create and express themselves. Bicentennial Lunchtime Chats: Wednesdays starting June 8 and running through July: The public is invited to meet in the Montgomery Gallery at Noon for an hour of reminiscing and conversing about people and events from Coshocton’s past 100 years. Participants are encouraged to share their stories or just engage as a listener. Storytelling is no lost art around this county, so it’s sure to be an entertaining time. JHM staff will facilitate the conversation. A craft time from 12:30 – 1 p.m. will be available for children who are attending the Lunchtime Chats with their parents. This will be in the adjacent gallery so that parents may continue to be a part of the discussion while their children play. Free beverages and cookies will be provided, and as always, admission is free on Wednesdays for Coshocton County residents. The topics for the

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So much to write about, in its new location at so little space. I imagine 131 South Sixth Street. you have grown weary The site of the former of the Jim Tressel saga. Davis Dry Cleaners, this Our take on this is that we facility has had a total have not heard the last facelift on the first floor, of this story, and there signage, paved parking will be other casualties lot, private exam rooms, at The Ohio State comfortable waiting University. Personally, area, conference and I think that Pryor should training area and much have played his last more. No amount of mark fortune space in this column game for the Buckeyes. The quarterback is expected to be the could even begin to give the proper leader of the team, not only on the recognition that the many volunteers field, but off. This expectation should and community contributors so richly not come as a surprise to anyone – deserve. But what’s so great about it’s that way in high school, college this story is that they didn’t do it and the NFL. The Buckeye nation for the recognition. And that makes has been sullied and our reputation it all the more deserving. Nice job, tarnished by this incident. Those Hope Clinic. You do our community that helped in that do not deserve to proud. wear the scarlet and gray. That is, of This weekend delivers the balloon course, just my opinion. I am open to festival and you’ll find the program hearing your voice. You may think with schedule of events, balloon this is all overblown. pilots and sponsors, entertainment Our community is once again and more inside this edition of The in the full blown midst of early Beacon. Remember the balloons summer activities – lest you think need ideal conditions to launch, and there is “nothing to do in little ‘ol they take flight early in the morning Coshocton”. Oh sure, it may not be and then again in early evening. All downtown Cleveland on a Saturday weather dependent of course. So night, and that’s okay by me. And let’s hope for clear, calm skies with probably many of you. Unless, of just the right breeze. The Hot Air course, you’re at an Indians game Balloon Festival is a great tradition or rooting on the Dallas Mavericks here in Coshocton County and the against our now number two enemy, folks at Frontier Power deserve much LeBron James and the Heat. The appreciation for continuing to be the number one enemy in our opinion main sponsor. is the reporter that wrote the story If you didn’t make it to downtown about OSU in Sports Illustrated. I’m Coshocton last Friday for the June actually surprised that it wasn’t our version of First Friday, you missed broadcasting buddy and a guy always some unique and special treats. A friendly to the Buckeyes, Brent colorful train hurtling down the center Musberger. There I go again, writing of Main Street is not something you about the OSU saga. Dang it, I can’t see every day – nor are three local help it! celebrities in the stocks. That was Getting back to our community, worth the price of admission – which a truly wonderful event was held this was free. And so is the Balloon past Saturday with the grand opening Festival. Go. Take the kids. You’ll and dedication of the Hope Clinic enjoy it.

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By steVe merCer mayor of tHe City of CosHoCton

This year, the city of Coshocton is participating in the America in Bloom beautification competition, and as a fun way to encourage resident participation, the city is having a challenge between “WARDS” for “Best Ward”. So what is a ward and what is that about? Wards are set up in cities as a means to represent the people in government. Different-sized cities can be divided up into multiple wards. We in Coshocton are divided into quarters, first through fourth Wards. Our city council has an elected official for each ward as chosen by those in that ward, and then three atlarge councilpersons that represent the whole city for a total of seven. The mayor and president of council

represent the whole city as well. The primary factor to create the divisions is to use the U.S. Census taken every 10 years and then establish boundaries in four equal parts. The census taken in 2010 shows a city population of 11,216. Using the census, instead of voting records or geographical size, means that some wards are much smaller in territory than others, but the quantity of residents are about the same. It’s now time for the 10 year review and reapportionment. I hope this gives you a simple understanding of the Ward System but even more so, incentive to take pride in your ward and participate in making our city the best and most beautiful in the competition. Mayor Steve Mercer

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Raymond Tumblin, a member of the nominating committee, reported, and the following officers were elected to serve for the next year. Those elected included John Patterson, President; Joy Hoy Elliot, Vice-President; Marilyn Eberwine Wyler, Secretary-Treasurer; Carol Horn Miller, Corresponding Secretary; and John Patterson, Historian. Pauline Endsley Waters, class of 1931, was honored as the oldest female alumni, and Dennis Parkhill, class of 1934, was honored as the oldest male alumni present. James Aronhalt, class of 1934, had made reservations for the banquet. However, at the time of the reminisCing front Row (l-r): ardis henderson fisher, Carbanquet, he had just been dismissed ole Burrell henderson, Mary hoy Peacock, helen holderbaum from the hospital. Taylor, Jean Conkle honabarger; Back Row: herbert arnett, Another highlight of the evening 1961 Principal; eloise Kahoun Bradford, William Richard, Jerry was the awarding of the honored Bechtol, Donald ames PhoTo ConTRiBuTeD To The alumnus to Richard Tompkins, class BeaCon of 1954. John Patterson gave an Joe Uher presented them with flowers and a autobiography of his life and told of his many accomplishments and his contributions certificate. Each of the scholarship winners told to Coshocton County. He was presented with a of their plans for college. Joe Uher thanked all the alumni for their generous support of the plaque and flowers. Carol Miller read a roll call of alumni present Dollars for Scholars scholarship fund which has by class. Darlene Kitchen Patterson, class of now surpassed $33,600. Next year’s banquet will be on Memorial 1956, had the memoriam for the 18 members of the Keene Alumni who passed away since Day weekend, Saturday, May 26, 2012 at the May 2010. The scholarship winners for this year Coshocton County Career Center at 6 p.m. were Kasi Karr, Alexis Davis and Bryce Pepper.


The 120th annual banquet of the Keene High School Alumni was on May 28 with 131 members and guests in attendance at the banquet meeting. Roger Ames, a graduate of the class of 1951, offered the invocation. The Keene Methodist Church served the dinner. Dorothy Lowe Dalton presided over the business meeting. The minutes and treasurer’s report were given by Marilyn Wyler and were approved. The 1961 minutes were also read. The treasurer also reported there has been $3,424.47 collected this year for Dollars for Scholars, making a grand total of $33,600 since the beginning of the scholarship fund in 2001. Members of the class of 1961 were honored as the 50-year class. Donald Ames served as the spokesperson for the class. He shared many interesting comments about the class. He also spoke briefly of Linda Croft Sawyer, Donna Dickey Jones, James Dockum, Shirley Fender Felton, Barbara Fitch Offutt, Barbara Hamilton Hunt, George Harstock, and Phillip Marshall who could not attend. The class members present were Donald Ames, Jerry Bechtol, Carole Burrell Henderson, Jean Conkle Honabarger, Ardis Henderson Fisher, Helen Holderbaum Taylor, Mary Hoy Peacock, Eloise Kahoun Bradford, and William Richard. Each one spoke briefly of what they have been doing in the past 50 years. The class presented $295 for the scholarship fund in memory of the three classmates who are deceased: George Horn, Walter Karr, and Larry Brenly.


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The fourth annual Post 65 American Legion car, truck and motorcycle show was held Sunday, Jun. 5 with lots of muscle cars providing a boost to the fundraising event. Dave Kittell, Post Commander, said, “We use the proceeds from this event to help out the veterans in the community. We award trophies to best in class, with five different classes in cars and trucks with three for the motorcycles. We award the best, first place, and second place. Everyone, whether dreaming Big Pictured is 12 year old Blake Cunningham admiring they win or not, drives away with his dads’ 1996 Pontiac Trans am at the fourth annual Post 65 american something.” The $8 pre-registration fee Legion car, truck and motorcycle show held Sunday, June 5. The car and $10 day of event entry fee is owned by Jason Cunningham who made the trek from the western goes to help veterans. One of the part of ohio to participate. he said, “it’s a great opportunity to hang organizations money is donated with my son for the day.” BeaCon PhoTo By MaRK foRTune to is the Fisher House in Dayton, Ohio, which is similar to a Ronald McDonald house, and families can stay for free. The facility is near the Veterans Hospital and provides a place for families to reside during recuperation of their veteran. “Where you can have just about anything printed, except money!” Kittell said, “The community has been 520 Main Street, Coshocton • Mon.-Fri. 8-4:30 p.m. great. All of the store owners and businesses 740-622-4429 have given gifts that we can then give to the car e-mail: owners. The community always helps us out and we appreciate that. Thanks to everyone for being here today.”



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First flag raised at waggoner Cemetery The friends of Waggoner Cemetery hosted its annual Memorial Services Saturday, May 21 in the cemetery, located at Oxford Township Road 474, West Lafayette. State Representative Troy Balderson gave the keynote speech. Deacon Andy Duda of Sacred Heart served as Clergy, and the Coshocton County Honor Guard performed the gun salute and taps. Approximately 45 were in attendance for the services, which also included a speech by Michelle A. Carpenter of the Friends Board of Directors. She explained the Friends group began in February 1992 and have done many projects in the cemetery. Two special projects were done this year for the 200th anniversary of the cemetery’s first burial, Philip Waggoner. The group purchased flowers for the over 300 at rest there, including one World War II and eight Civil War veterans. Also, Mark Fletcher of Dallas, TX assisted Carpenter in the raising of the first ever Waggoner cemetery flag. The flag was designed by Carpenter with advice from the late Vane S. Scott Jr. of Newcomerstown and assistance from Rick Merrell of Annin and Co., Coshocton, also the flag’s manufacturers. The service concluded with the annual covered dish luncheon, business meeting, and fellowship at the River Greens Golf Course Banquet Room.


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in celebration of The Coshocton County, Ohio, Bicentennial.” Following Golden, County Commissioner Gary Fischer and Coshocton Broadcasting WTNS owner Bruce Wallace spent their required time in the stocks. The Brotherhood of the Brush is a part of the Coshocton County Bicentennial and is a throwback to the turn of the century when most men wore facial hair. The summons had been signed by Elwood B. Ferndock, Judge, Coshocton County, Ohio

Bicentennial Kangaroo Court, “A court in which the principles of law and justice are proudly disregarded and perverted.” To avoid such public embarrassment, males can purchase a token for $5. These tokens are available at The Progress Center during First Friday’s. Failure to produce said token can result in a fine or being placed in the stocks. It was also heard by this reporter that said tokens are not valid during First Friday’s. That almost sounds like a case of trumped up charges?

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library news from Coshocton County public libraries

Wednesday, June 8, 15, 22, 29: Make-It-Take-It Craft Time; Coshocton Public Library; Children of all ages are invited to the library on Wednesday morning to make a craft. Come to the large meeting room anytime between 10 - 11:30 a.m. for a make-it-take-it craft time, part of “One World, Many Stories”, this year’s Summer Reading Program. Registration is not required. Wednesday, June 8, 15, 22, 29: Books Galore Book Store; Coshocton Public Library; The Friends of the Library used book store in the library basement has magazines, movies, audio books, 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 6220956 for information.

Thursday, June 9, 16, 23, 30: Lunch on the Deck; Coshocton Public Library; Children of all ages are invited to the library deck on Thursdays from 11:30 a.m. - Noon to enjoy a library summer reading program tradition. Bring your lunch and we’ll provide the punch. No registration is required. Saturday, June 11, 18, 25: Books Galore Book Store; Coshocton Public Library; The Friends of the Library used book store in the library basement has magazines, movies, audio books, 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 13, 20. 27: West Lafayette Branch Lunch and Crafts Under the Shelter; West Lafayette Branch Library; Children of all ages are

Monday, June 13, 20, 27: Books Galore Book Store; Coshocton Public Library; The Friends of the Library used book store in the library basement has magazines, movies, audio books, 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. Tuesday, June 7: West Lafayette Branch Adult Book Discussion Group; West Lafayette Adult Book Discussion Group is at the home of Linda Breyer at 513 Plainfield Road, West Lafayette, Ohio. Call the West Lafayette Branch Library at 545-6672 to reserve a copy of the book. The book for June is Bloodroot by Amy Greene 7:30 - 9 p.m. Wednesday, June 8: Friends of the Library; Coshocton Public Library; The monthly meeting of the Friends of the Library is a good place to learn about the group and what they do for the library. Come find out how you can become a Friend! Noon – 1 p.m.

Tuesday, June 14: Creative Starts for AdultsThe Art of Leaf Casting; West Lafayette Branch Library; Creative Starts for Adults- The Art of Leaf Casting instructed by local artist Nancy Jackson. Supply list will be provided. Space is limited. Registration required. Located in the Library Reading Shelter. 5:30 - 7 p.m. Wednesday, June 29: You Are Here: India (Teen); Coshocton Public Library; Celebrate Summer Reading with an armchair trip to India! Teen Chloe Crouso and her mother Lena will be your guide through India in a 30-minute presentation followed by traditional snacks and Mehndi, henna tattooing. Space is limited. Registration is required. Call 6220956 to sign-up. 6 - 7 p.m. Thursday, June 30: W.L. You Are Here: India (Teens); West Lafayette Branch Library; Celebrate Summer Reading with an armchair trip to India! Teen Chloe Crouso and her mother Lena will be your guide through India in a 30-minute presentation followed by traditional snacks and Mehndi, henna tattooing. Space is limited. Registration is required. Call 545-6672 to sign-up. Book of the Week Adult Fiction Hiss of Death: A Mrs. Murphy Mystery by: Rita Mae Brown

Friday, June 10: Family Game Night; Coshocton Public Library; Join us as we kick-off the summer with a night of games, BINGO, snacks and fun for the whole family! The library will be open after hours for a night the whole family can enjoy. Bring the kids, bring Grandma and Grandpa, bring your friends! Just don’t miss the fun. Call the library at 622-0956 to sign-up. 5:30 - 7 p.m.

Adult Non-Fiction Heaven is For Real: A Little Boy’s Astounding Story of His Trip to Heaven and Back by: Todd Burpo

Monday, June 13: 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

Children’s Book Fancy Nancy: Aspiring Artist by: Jane O’Connor

Teen Book The Lightning Thief by: Robert Venditti

Wednesday, June 8, 15, 22, 29: 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.

welcome to the West Lafayette Branch Shelter on Mondays, from 11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Children are invited to bring their lunch at 11:30 a.m. and make a craft at Noon. Get caught in the fun, all part of “One World, Many Stories”, this year’s Summer Reading Program. Beverages will be provided.

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thought, “Oh, wow, we have a lot of work”, but God came through with the many hours of people giving of their time, talent and treasures. It’s just so wonderful to be a part of it. “The community has been supportive in so many ways. I won’t know this side of heaven how many volunteer hours and effort and sweat has went into it. It’s incredible and a fun, fun day.” Dr. Kevin Doherty, said about the day, “It’s just a wonderful event. It’s just such a privilege to be a part and see how this community came together and the way God raised up individuals. We had no idea that would allow something like this to take place. To give back to the community, I just feel fortunate. When asked about the renovation of the former dry cleaners into the various spaces and examination rooms that now house the Hope Clinic, Dr. Doherty said, “The transformation has been very moving for the Callahan family, and I’m sure the people that come here will feel similar. Kent and I saw this building when it was abandoned and never in my wildest dreams did I think it would be this fast. I thought it would be years. All the volunteer hours, the money, the time, talent and treasures that people put into this, what a testament to this community. They should be extremely proud of what they’ve accomplished. It’s truly a community effort.” Jeanne Davis Callahan, who donated the building to the Hope Clinic, said, “Several years ago when it became vacant, and my son became ill, we decided to close it (Davis Dry Cleaners) down. I thought there must be a good purpose for it. I listed it with a Realtor, they brought me back an offer and I kept thinking, I had this nagging feeling, so I called around to see if anyone needed it. I thought it might become a church; I had it earmarked for a church, then Rick (Merrell) called me one afternoon and asked if I would consider selling the building. I asked, “What is this for?” He said, “It’s for Hope Clinic”, and I said, “If it’s for Hope Clinic, it’s a deal. But I’m not going to sell it, it’s theirs. “It makes me feel that there has been a miracle wrought by a lot of wonderful people



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Volunteers, board members, representatives of the Callahan family and community supporters applauded as the red ribbon was cut marking the official opening of the Hope Clinic at its new location; 131 South Sixth Street in Coshocton, this past Saturday. Dr. Kent Doherty, who along with his brother Dr. Kevin Doherty, had the vision to establish a clinic in Coshocton, said, “This is wonderful. It’s the culmination of hours and hours of dreaming on not just my part, but Kevin’s part, and all the people here. We are just so thrilled to be a small part of it. It’s a wonderful opportunity for us to be able to help. The vision for the Hope Clinic is to use medicine as a vehicle to share the hope we have in Jesus and that’s it. We hope to give good medical care to people who are in between medical insurances so there is a place for them to come and get good care, pray with someone if they want to, and just be loved. “It’s a miracle how the dry cleaners had a fire in it, I looked in it in the beginning and

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who walked in here cold and they saw what had to be done, they set about it and they did it. They are the ones who created the miracle. It’s been a miracle, simple as that.” Following a prayer of dedication by Pastor Mark Granger, comments from board President Maureen Karl, board Vice President Rick Merrell, and Dr.’s Kevin and Kent Doherty, Coshocton City Mayor Steve Mercer read a proclamation. Granger prayed, “Father, we just thank you today for people with vision that could see beyond themselves that God has a vision to help others . . .Father, thank you most of all for making a way where there sometimes seemed to be no way.” A plaque on the outside wall of the building reads, “In memory of Shawn Callahan”. In a fitting tribute, the building is dedicated to the daughter of Jeanne Davis Callahan. Callahan’s grandson, Patrick Unger, Shawn’s son, said about the plaque and the day itself, “It’s just an awesome feeling. So much has been done to this building. It’s amazing. I’m glad that everyone got together to make this happen.” Board President Maureen Karl, said, “This is overwhelming. This is a culmination of everyone’s hopes and dreams that have come true. We couldn’t thank our volunteers enough who have come and joined us today and made this dream a reality. We have been truly blessed.” Sharon Doherty, mother of Dr. Kent and Dr. Kevin Doherty, said about the day, “Today my feeling in my heart is that God is working a wonder. He’s gathering his people together. The boys’ whole goal was to bring Christ to people through medicine. I’m so proud of them because they’re so sincere. I feel blessed to be their mother. I thank God for it.” The Hope Clinic is located at 131 South Sixth Street in Coshocton. Registration begins each Thursday at 5 p.m. with patients being seen at 6 p.m.

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Bicentennial Lunchtime Chats are as follows: June 8: Flamboyant Personalities (Mad Marshall...) June 15: The Advertising Art Industry June 22: Main Street in the mid-20th c. June 29: Natural Disasters July 6: Pope-Gosser factory and employees July 13: Artists (Benton & Matt Clark & ?) July 20: Social Events/Recreational Activities July 27: The County Fair For more information on these programs, contact the Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum at 622-8710 or The Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum is located at 300 N. Whitewoman Street, Coshocton, OH 43812. Museum hours are Noon - 5 p.m. daily.

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June 11th, 1961 Horses at the Coshocton County Fair would soon have a new place to call their own. A new horse barn was being constructed in the southeast corner of the fairgrounds. Plans called for a 112 by 40 foot concrete block building to provide space for 22 horse stalls. Completion date for the project was set for Sept. 15, but the building was expected to be done much sooner. The need for more space for the horses during the fair prompted the fair board to make the necessary improvement. The new barn would be used for race horses.


June 9th, 1971 Jeff Corder and Terry Holsclow of Coshocton County became good friends when riding the bus together. But their friendship was strengthened when Jeff, 15, saved Terry’s life. Terry, 13, and his three sisters were playing on a raft built of oil drums and planks when Terry lost his balance and fell in. Luckily, Jeff was nearby riding on horseback when he saw Terry fall in. Jeff jumped off his horse and kicked off his shoes when he saw Terry struggling in the water. He swam 10 yards and pulled Terry to safety. When asked if he could swim, Terry said, “Nope.” When asked if he was glad to see Jeff, Terry replied, “Yep.”


June 13th, 1981 Drinking milk is good for you. That’s what Dairy Princess Jamie Cunningham and her attendant Teresa Hostetler tried to portray to the public as they passed out free milk and recipes for homemade ice cream at a local grocery store. They reminded everyone that the dairy industry was very important to Coshocton County, but milk sales had been dropping in the county, according to the Ohio Crop Reporting Service. The figures had dropped from 48.4 million pounds of milk sold in the county to 45.7 million. Princess Jamie and her attendant hoped to increase that number.

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Fresno Farmer’s Market has a new place to call home. Previously located at the Fresno Elementary School, the Farmer’s Market has moved to downtown Fresno not far from Mark McCoy Auto. “I’m hoping we’ll grow and flourish and I think we will there,” said Julia Brown, founder of the Fresno Farmer’s Market, “Mark McCoy has been absolutely wonderful in letting us use his property.” Vendors from all over Coshocton County have been selling their wares at the Fresno Farmer’s Market for the past three years, now beginning their fourth year. Everything they sell has been handmade or hand grown with pride, perseverance, and a lot of love. They sell everything from strawberries, rhubarb, radishes, lettuce, baked goods, eggs, bread, honey, maple syrup, crafts, rugs, lotions, jellies, flowers, herbs and much more. In addition to the move, vendors at the Fresno



June 8th, 1951 Walter Ernest Sittel, 14, of Coshocton, was in for quite a trip. He would be sailing to visit relatives for the first time in Germany on June 23 with an expected return on Aug. 28. Sittel had just completed the eighth grade and would be traveling to Germany alone on the Queen Elizabeth. Walter’s aunt, a wealthy widow from New Jersey, would be paying his way. Walter was a carrier for the Ohio State Journal and loved sports. His father originally came from Germany in 1929 and was employed at the Moore Enameling and Mfg. Co. in West Lafayette.

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HerBs and spiCes ellen Mitchell and Sally finegan sold perennials and herbs at the fresno farmer’s Market last Saturday morning. Later in the year, they will be offering fresh produce, which is now growing in their garden. fresno farmer’s Market is every Saturday morning from 8 a.m. – noon from now until october. Just follow the signs in fresno to fresh fruits, vegetables, jams, jellies, and a lot more! BeaCon PhoTo By BeTh

Farmer’s Market now do not have a set charge for vending, but charge is by donation only. The money collected will be distributed in the community with special attention to Martha’s Cupboard. The Fresno Farmer’s Market is open May – October from 8 a.m. – Noon every Saturday. Restrooms and a wheelchair are also available, as well as free coffee. There’s plenty of space and parking. “A lot of it is social, fellowship,” said Brown, “It’s amazing the people you meet.” When asked what makes the Fresno Farmer’s Market so special, Brown said, “You know where your food comes from. Our produce that we have is coming from our neighbor’s backyard. I think our vendors take great pride in their craftsmanship in everything they make. I think everybody has a love of what they’re doing and I think that comes through in what we sell.”

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blacktop and take it away without it going into the storm drain. The whole idea is to pipe the water off of the building and pipe it to the rain garden. We’re going to fill the area we’re digging out with about eight inches of topsoil, put plants in that are designed specifically for the rain garden and then put a little bit of mulch on top. It will take the influx – especially from a heavy rain - and slowly let that water go away.” Bigelow said, “People can do this at home, too. The whole idea of this project is to use this space for a good example for people, then, hopefully they can do it at their home. It’s actually very easy to design. This is huge compared to what leVel Heads Steve hubble, (backhoe) discusses grade you can have at your house. You can strategy with Ryan Medley as they work on the rain garden have your down spouts run into a rain project in the former Park hotel lot early Monday morning. hub- garden at home.” ble is an employee of William albert excavating and Medley Anne Cornell, director of the works for the Coshocton Soil and Water Conservation District. Pomerene Center, said, “We’re doing BeaCon PhoTo By MaRK foRTune this a little backwards. This lot is not like what you have at home, this is totally Work started this past Monday on the rain garden porous (sand) so we have to add topsoil project, a collaboration between the Pomerene to slow the water down. Normally you have to Center for the Arts, William Albert Excavating, go backwards from what we’re doing – and add Hathaway Construction and the Coshocton Soil something that lets the water sift through the and Water Conservation District, at the former soil. This is not always the case but this will be a Park Hotel lot on Main Street in Coshocton. very good working demonstration.” Deb Bigelow, with the Coshocton SWCD, The goal is to have plants in the ground later said, “A rain garden is in the week at the rain garden. The rain garden is designed to take runoff located at the rear of the former Park Hotel lot. from rooftops and

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performed to an enthusiastic audience this past weekend with their presentation of “Lights, Camera, action!” at the Coshocton high School McKinley auditorium. Pictured here are some of the newest members of the dance studio performing during the 2011 Recital on Saturday afternoon. BeaCon PhoTo By MaRK




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To qualify, nominees must be located within the Coshocton City limits. Contest winners will be competing for recognition according to the Coshocton City Ward in which they are located. Winning entrees will be judged on the following criteria: show an impressive display of and combination of garden/floral/landscaping, enhance the surrounding area, and show creativity. Nominations must be submitted by Monday of each week from June 20 through July 25, 2011.

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A beautiful spring morning greeted the large number of participants for the seventh annual Brittany 5K run / walk held at Lake Park on Saturday, May 28. The event is held Beacon in honor of Brittany Rogers and raises Bicentennial Bits money for Williams Syndrome, an extremely rare genetic disorder that affects #55 Johnny Appleseed about one in every One of Johnny 10,000 babies born in Appleseed’s nurseries the United States each was located in Tiverton year. Currently, there Township. are three people with Williams Syndrome in Coshocton. Brittany’s mom, Nanci Rogers, said,

“It’s beautiful today and we’re so thankful. It hasn’t been the best of weather this spring. We have around 150 participants and we have had an outpouring of support and volunteers. I think everyone understands the dynamics of what goes into fund-raising and events like this, they just came and asked how they could help and it’s been fantastic. I would

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Coshocton Common Pleas Court – Divorces/Dissolutions Dissolutions Darletta F. Ostler of West Lafayette from Steven M. Ostler of West Lafayette Amanda L. McMillan of Coshocton from Richard J. McMillan of Coshocton Serena Jean Conrad of West Lafayette from Brian Keith Conrad of West Lafayette Lisa Young of Newcomerstown from Jason Young of Coshocton Marriages: Jordan Keith Fry of Coshocton to Kendrajo Dawn Wilson of Coshocton Steven Scott Stembridge of Rossville, GA to Chyanna Belle Harding of Rossville, GA Adam Christopher Etter of West Lafayette to Sheea Jo Ann Jacobs of West Lafayette Jason Edwin Bercot of Coshocton to Debra Ann Brink of Coshocton Coy Anthony Bissett of Coshocton to Andrea Marie Blair of Coshocton Brian Scott Winterringer of Coshocton to Hattie Jo Tittle of Coshocton Rodney A. Dinger of Coshocton to Kay Ellen Carnes of Coshocton Justin Michael Weinstock of Warsaw to Brittany Nicole Workman of Warsaw Ryan Shane Zornes of Warsaw to Sarah De’Ann Jacobs of Warsaw Jared David Stillion of Coshocton to Aisli Kai Arnold of Frazeysburg Zachary Edwin Nicholas of Fresno to Renee Lynnette Kimball of Fresno Trevor Allen Griffith of West Lafayette to Alisha Rose Snyder of West Lafayette Scott Douglas Mullett of Coshocton to Jenny Lynn Wright of Coshocton

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Who doesn’t love a big juicy steak cooked out on the grill? Every Friday and Saturday night from now until the end of the summer months, Uncorked Wine and Coffee Bar, located in Roscoe Village, will be having steak night featuring their new outdoor grill, constructed by Ernie Kahoun of Kahoun Construction. Unwind in a calm, relaxing atmosphere and enjoy fresh steak, a baked potato, salad, bread, and a glass of wine. These steaks are ordered fresh from a USDA processing plant and have a 0 – 1% fat content. Reservations are required and can be made by calling Uncorked at 622-3000. During steak night, customers have the chance to cook their own steaks just the way they like it. For those who just want to sit back and relax, a chef will always be available to cook your steaks for you. Uncorked is also thinking of having local celebrities come in once a month to grill. If steak’s not your thing, stop by on Thursday evenings for $2 burgers and brats, $1 beer night. Uncorked will be featuring Chef Mike Cichon every Wednesday as he cooks two different meats on the grill with the addition of two sides.


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OCW Fan Fest. There will be an OCW Fan Fest at Hopewell Schools located on Airport Rd. Saturday, June 18. From 3 – 6 p.m., people may interact with the superstars of OCW. Bell time is at 7 p.m. and will feature seven action-packed matches. There will also be a corn hole tournament, pedal pull races, a dunk tank, and many more games and activities. Tickets are $10 in advance and $12 at the door. A four pack family pass is $35, advance only. Tickets are available at JW’s Electronics, Bargain Shack, Family Computing, or purchase online at There will be an after party at the SportZone. A Day of Enchantment. Build a Fairy House Day will be at Clary Gardens on June 18 from Noon – 4 p.m.







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58017 CR 9, West Lafayette 3 BR, 1.5 Baths, Ridgewood Sun, June 12 • 2:30-3:30pm Host: Terry Tues, June 14 • 6:45-7:45 Host: Terry $116,900

21420 CR 151, West Lafayette 901 Hill Street, Roscoe 3 BR, 3 Baths, Ridgewood 3 BR, 2.5 Baths, Coshocton Sun, June 12 • 2:30-3:30pm Sun, June 12 • 2:30-3:30pm Host: Steve Host: Bob Tues, June 14 • 6:45-7:45pm Thurs, June 16 • 5:30-6:30pm Host: Bob Host: Bob $212,500 $199,500


Antiques & Collectibles: China Hutch, Round oak dining table, Cambridge glass, Metal Bank, Wooden Roadway Block set (toy), Cast Iron Pieces, Cast iron bank, Pabst Blue Ribbon sign, Oak filing cabinet, 2 embroidered chairs, Shell Thermometer, 5 gal. metal Shell gas can, metal wash tub, MM Powell organ, Brass Bed, Drum, and much more Furniture: Hide a bed love seat, Bedroom suite, Washer, elec. Dryer, Like new propane dryer, End tables, Metal Locker, TV’s, 2 drawer library table, 20” LCD monitor, metal desk, 2 drawer desk, 5 drawer night stand, Tools: Band saw, 2 H.P. Shaper, Push sweeper, Elec. Edger, Leaf blower, hedge trimmer, water hose reel, Step ladders, Misc. hand tools and much more Misc: Xbox, Kirby sweeper, Rail Master train set, Water skis, E-Z track set, golf ball caddy, golf clubs, Kerosene heater, card table, flat panel TV mount, OSU Monopoly, Record players, 8 track tapes and players, Speakers, Toy chest, Barbie doll house, Childs jewelry chest, Brass pieces, treadmill, much more. Notes: Partial list much more not listed. Photos at Auctioneer ID #5771 Terms: Cash or good check, items sell as is, still unpacking, partial list.

220 Oak St., West Lafayette 3 BR, 2 Baths, Ridgewood Sun, June 12 • 2:30-3:30pm Host: Joe Tues, June 14 • 6:45-7:45pm Host: Joe $68,900

717 Welker Dr., West Lafayette 3 BR, 2 Baths, Ridgewood Sun, June 12 • 1-2pm Host: Terry Tues, June 14 • 5:30-6:30pm Host: Bob/Terry $149,500

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174 Valley View, Coshocton 3 BR, 1 Bath, Coshocton Sun, June 12 • 1-2pm Host: Bob Wed, June 15 • 5-6pm Host: Bob $89,900

22301 SR 751, West Lafayette 3 BR, 1 Bath, Ridgewood Sun, June 12 • 1-2pm Host: Steve Tues, June 14 • 5:30-6:30pm Host: Steve $89,000


Close to hospital this home offers 2 bedrooms, 1 bath, kitchen, living room, hardwood floors, newer windows and roof, full basement, 1 car garage, out building and a large lot that is 50’x120’ This is a well kept home and ready to move into. Call Auctioneer Paul Bratton 740-327-6331 or listing agent Darlene Guess 740-622-3669 for your private showing. Terms: $1,000 nonrefundable down payment day of auction. Balance due at closing in 30 days. No financing contingencies. Bank letter of approval. Any required inspections must be completed prior to bidding. Taxes to be prorated to date of closing. Notes: Property sells Absolute come prepared to buy!!!!!! Auctioneer: Paul Bratton (740-327-6331) License and bonded in favor of Dept. Of Agriculture

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Make-Your-Own Birdfeeders. Clary Gardens will be having a make-your-own birdfeeder class on Thursday, June 23 from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. Bring spare glass, crystal plates, old jewelry, or anything unique to create a one-of-a-kind birdfeeder. Spare pieces will be available for use. Wire for hanging and sealant will be provided. Please bring wire cutters. Workshop fee is $5. Call Chris Campbell at 502-0575 or sign up at and click on ‘Contact Chris’.



Children will learn how to build their own fairy house on one of the garden’s nature trails. There will be story time at the top of each hour and a fairy dance in the secret garden. Children can also come in costume and there will be crafts to take home. A fairy house is an outdoor natural habitat structure for insects and small animals to live in.


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Three Rivers Bluegrass Music. Three Rivers Bluegrass Music will be the fourth Saturday of each month at the Agents Realty and Auction Services Building located at intersection of State Route 36 and County Road 621. Admission is $5 and there is no charge for children 12 and under. Food and non-alcoholic drinks will be available and furnished by Relay for Life Team Alana. Featured band performs each month from 7 – 9 p.m. Acoustic jam to follow from 9 – 11 p.m. Featured band for June is Chestnut Ridge Bluegrass Gospel Band. Car Show. The Newcomerstown Fire Department will be having their annual chicken barbecue and car show on Saturday, July 2. Registration is from 10 a.m. – Noon and there is a $10 registration fee. Judging will begin one hour after arrival. Seventy-five Fenton Bell trophies and Best of Show awarded at 2 p.m. Must be present to win. One hundred fifty dash plaques will be awarded. There will also be a 50/50 raffle and door prizes. Music will be provided by The Spikeman. Contact Wayne for more information at (740) 498-7118. The chicken dinner will be from Noon – 5 p.m. at the David Barber Civic Center, located at 1066 East Main Street. Tickets are $7 and include one half a chicken, a choice of two sides, and a roll. Contact Heather for more information at (740) 498-8808.


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Thursday, June 23rd @ 5:30AM This 16 x 80 Clayton Mobile Home is situated on 2.06 acres less than 6 miles from town and will be offered at Public Auction. This 2004 home has 3 Bedrooms, 2 Full Baths, Separate Laundry Room, LR and Eat in Kit. The home has 6 inch side walls for added insulation, heat pump, wood burner and includes most appliances. There is a 10 x 20 out building with added storage. This property is in great condition and ready for you to move right in. 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 the right to confirm the final bid but is motivated to sell. BE PREPARED TO BUY! DIRECTIONS: From Coshocton take Hill Street to the city limits and CR 55. Go 2.1 miles on CR 55 to TR 55 and continue 3.6 miles to the property on the left. From SR 36 take CR 23 to CR 55. Turn right and continue on TR 55 3.6 miles OWNER CRAIG & STEPHANIE HOLDER

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Warsaw Community Yard Sales. The Warsaw’s annual community yard sales will be June 10 – 11 from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. Sponsored by the Warsaw Business Association. Coshocton County Handicapped Society. The Coshocton County Handicapped Society and Independent Living Center INC will meet Monday, June 13 at 5:30 p.m. at 1005 Main Street.

River View Board Meeting. The River View Board of Education has changed the date of the regular June Board of Education meeting to June 20 at 8 p.m. The meeting will be in the Administrative Office. Grant Application Deadline. The deadline for grant applications for the next meeting of the Distribution Committee of the Coshocton Foundation is Wednesday, June 22. Community organizations with a 501(c) (3) IRS non-profit designation and schools may submit grant applications for consideration by the committee, which will meet on June 30. Instructions for applying organizations and a grant application may be found at or by calling 622-0010. Completed applications may be sent to the Coshocton Foundation, P.O. Box 55, Coshocton, OH 43812, or brought to the Coshocton Foundation office at 220 S. Fourth St. All applications must be received in the office by 4 p.m. on June 22. Sports Physicals. On Saturday, June 25th, Dr. Conley with Advanced Spinal Care & Rehabilitation will be performing sports physicals for River View School District for all girls and boys that are planning on participating in school sports next school year. The cost is $10 and all proceeds will be donated back to the school sports programs. The physicals will be held at Advanced Spinal Care & Rehabilitation, 112 Chestnut St. (next to East Of Chicago Pizza), please call 2918100 to set your appointment today. Ruth A. Schooler Scholarship. The Coshocton Foundation is offering a scholarship for local women who plan to further their education in the field of clerical


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SATURDAY, JUNE 11TH AT 9AM Located at Rock Ridge School 1 ½ mile east of New Bedford, take SR 651 to TR 85 to TR 231 right, or Baltic, take SR 651 west to TR 85 to TR 231. NEW FURNITURE; 56” rustic Hick Rolltop Desk, 2 Oak Secretary desks, 2 Oak China Hutchs, Oak gun cabinet, sewing machine stand, 5 pc Brown maple bedroom set, Oak ext. table with 6 chairs, porch swing. QUILTS; Trip around the world in Antique and Black and White, Log cabin barn raising, Giant Dahlia, Light in the Valley, Rag Quilt, Star Spin, Plain pansy Basket, Jacob’s Ladder/ Fan, Stairway to Heaven, Mariner’s Star Deluxe 3 Lone Start Tops, Giant Dahlia top, 2 spring star tulip tops, log cabin starburst top, more pieced tops in various colors and patterns, comforters, rugs, wall hangers, cushion tops, needle crafts PONY AND CART; 3 year old 36” miniature Paint Pony, Millcreek Wagon with shafts for min. pony, Bio Driving Harness, Pony Harness MISC; New 2000 Honda Gen., New gas BBQ grill, Round hay feeder, Buggy cargo carrier, corn hole sets, Elo bricks, 9” Delta table saw set up for gas motor, Implement wheelseats, 20’ wooden ext. ladder, Patio relaxer chairs, 66 gal Deck storage box, craftsman reel mowers. HIGHLIGHTS; 4 Position swing set with sandbox tower, slide, ladder and canopy delivered and installed within 20 miles, A weekend at Hidden Hollow, sporting goods, 2 Bush wacker leveling tree stands, 3 60X60X68 High ground blinds, Garmin, 72 GPS, Barska 15-40X50 mm spotting scope. Come and enjoy the day with plenty of good food, bake sale, donuts, fry pies, soft pretzels, and homemade ice cream. NOTE: Bring consignments after 6 p.m. June 9 or all day June 10. Quilts have to be in before 6 p.m. on June 10 to be in catalogue. TERMS: Cash or good check with proper ID AUCTIONEER: Joseph Miller, 33066 CR 126, Millersburg, OH 44654 ASSISTING AUCTIONEERS: Atlee Rober, JR Yoder, Todd Woodruff FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: Owen Shetler 330-897-1076, ext. 1, Em J. Yoder 330-897-6006

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Pre-Sale Ride Tickets available. Pre-sale ride tickets are available for the 64th annual Hometown Festival in West Lafayette, which will be on July 28 – 30. The tickets are $8 in advance and $12 during the festival. They are available in West Lafayette at Brother’s Hardware, Dale Gress Real Estate, Village Market, Home Loan Savings Bank, and Myers Country Diner; in Fresno at White Eye’s Carry Out; and in Coshocton at Sprint Print.

nial, needs help in locating the past Canal Festival Queens. They are trying to locate Queens Roxann Elwood, 1993; Jill Donley, 1988; Heide Philabaum, 1982; Linda Vernon, 1980; Denise Dobson, 1979; Kristi Hoobler, 1973; and Colleen Gay, 1972. Information on any of these past queens may be sent to 1994 Queen Philena Myers at philenam09@yahoo. com

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Immunizations. Students entering the seventh grade must have a Tdap shot, which boosts their protection against tetanus, diphtheria and pertussis (whooping cough). There are other immunizations that are recommended for adolescents at this age to protect against meningitis, cervical cancer, hepatitis A, and chickenpox. All of these immunizations will be offered in a special walk-in clinic for adolescents only on Thursday, June 16 from 4 – 6 p.m. at the Maternal and Child Health Center. The center is located in the County Services Building at 724 S. 7th St., Coshocton. Appointments are not needed for this clinic, but please bring your child’s immunization record. If you have questions about fees, call 622-2999 Tuesday – Thursdays from 8 a.m. – 4 p.m.

endeavors, computer technology, secretarial science, office management or related job functions. Established by the Schooler family, the $1,500 scholarship honors the memory of Ruth A. Schooler, a longtime secretary in Coshocton, and sister of Seward Schooler, one of the original Trustees of the Coshocton Foundation. It is being offered to adult women in the Coshocton or Frazeysburg areas. Applications are available at the Coshocton Foundation, located at 220 S. Fourth St., from 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. Completed applications are due in the Coshocton Foundation by 4 p.m. on Friday, July 8. The selection will take place in July, and the winner will be notified by mail. Questions may be directed to Kathy Thompson, executive director, at 622-0010.

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Community Calendar Queen and Princess applications. The Towne Center Association is now accepting applications for the 2011 Bicentennial Coshocton Canal Festival Queen and Princess competition. Applications are available at Miller Pharmacy, Roma’s Gift Gallery, WTNS radio and Applicants must be willing to represent Coshocton, must be a resident of Coshocton, must attend an orientation meeting on July 14, and must provide a $30 application fee with a photograph. No glamour photos. Queens must be grades freshmen in high school through freshmen in college as of September. Princesses must be age 9 – 8th grade as of September. Application deadline is July 12. The competition will be Aug. 19. Attention Military Families. If you have a son, daughter or spouse in the military and would like to

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Civil War memorabilia. The Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum is presenting a special exhibit on the American Civil War Aug. 13 – Oct. 9. Military collectibles, memorabilia and personal items will be displayed. The museum would like to complete the exhibit with objects on loan from local residents. If you have Civil War related objects that you would be willing to loan to the museum over this period, contact the museum at 622-8710. Objects will be displayed in locked cases in a secure environment. For more information, contact JHM at 622-8710 during regular business hours, which are 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, or e-mail at Benefits Steak Dinner Benefit. There will be a steak dinner benefit for Scott McNichols on Saturday, June 18 at 5 p.m. at The Shack in Warsaw. There will be raffles, a 50/50 drawing, an auction and a DJ entertainment. The benefit is sponsored by his friends, members of The Shack. Scott was in a tragic automobile accident last October. He is doing well and is now in physical therapy, but could use help with medical expenses. Golf Scramble. The Ridgewood Golf Boosters and B-Dry System are sponsoring the 12th annual Rick and Bernie Fisher Memorial Golf Scramble on Saturday, June 18. 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 team. The cost is $50 per player, $25 for River Greens members. Information is available by calling 545-9465.

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Friday, June 17 • 4pm Household: Gibson elec stove; refrigerator; portable dishwasher; upright freezer; DR table & 4 chairs; marble insert dresser; china cabinet; lamps; couch; safe; 2 dressers; hospital bed; old cabinet; 6 quilts including – Wedding Ring, State Birds & Flowers; box lots of kitchen and household items; lantern; mixer; picnic basket; elec fireplace; plus boxes not gone thru yet. Collectibles: Kentucky Club tin thermometer; Kalorik waterless cooker; 2 man saw; cow bells; hub caps; washboards; old ash trays on stands; Cathy doll; marbles; iron kettle; meat grinder; scythe; Froh-stone dressing tool- krandel- picket splitting tool; hand fodder chopper; hay knife; Coke tray; Shop & Yard: Craftsman 42” lawn tractor; Ranch King mower-needs work; Stihl 034 and 036 chain saws; Homelite and Poulan chain saws; log chains; 2 Homelite string trimmers; ext ladder; hand & elec tools; B&D router; split-rim tool; chain link fence; Redwood patio furniture; sled; some lumber; Farm Items: Ferguson 6’ sickle bar mower; 2 bottom plow; 3 pt. brush mower; 3 pt. cultivator; 3 pt. disc; pull type combine; some parts equipment; old GMC pickup, not running; 2 wheel tractor; fuel tank; pick-up racks; hay & grain elevator; scrap metal. TERMS: Cash or valid check w/ID. AUCTION BY THE ORDER OF: Elizabeth Golden POA for William Wilson 0018_060811

This older home is in need of updates and repair but will be affordable whether you’re looking for a starter home or rental property. The main floor has a kitchen/dining area, living room, small bedroom and a full bath. Upstairs has 4 small bedrooms. Propane gas forced air heat & walkout basement. On the outside there is a newer 24’x24’ pole building and an older storage building. Has private well and septic. Property has good frontage on SR 93 and a level backyard. Real estate sells at 12:00 Noon. Taxes are currently $191.91 per ½ year. Call Jr. Miller for more details. Real Estate Terms: 10% nonrefundable down payment, balance at closing, no financing contingencies. Any required inspections must be completed prior to bidding. Purchasers should inspect the property prior to bidding and be aware of its condition. Announcements day of sale take precedence over all previous advertising and statements. CHATTELS selling at 10:00 am Misc. Tools: Makita 4 pc. 18V tool set; Craftsman table saw; Makita electric grinder; bench grinders; Lincoln welder; Sanborn 60 gal. air compressor; air impact; Ryobi 10” planer; Power King jointer; Protech band saw; Poulan Pro chain saw; Delta scroll saw; Toro wheel horse mower #314; 3D push mower; weed eater; drill press; miter saw; router table; 6’ Werner ladder; 18’ extension ladder; fiberglass step ladder; work benches; Craftsman tool box; bench vise’s; pulley pullers; floor jack; socket sets; wrench sets; shop vac; rinse tubs; shovels; jacks; extension cords; grass/lawn sweeper; lawn trailer; lawn roller; wheel barrow; pull type seeder; Craftsman chipper shredder; garden planter; snow blower; Coleman lantern; chimney stone; small scrap pile; Misc. Household: Kenmore washer & dryer; Amana refrigerator and freezer; GE stove; BBQ grill; recliner; upholstered chair; bedroom furniture pieces; single bed; half beds; baby bed; old dresser with mirror; knee hole desk; Maple roll top desk; sec. desk w/ hutch top; rocking chair; wooden chairs; trunk; cedar chest; misc. stands; Seth Thomas mantle clock w/ key; 2 drawer file cabinet; book case; metal cabinet; Hoover sweeper; canner; hall tree; fern stands; electric heaters; fans; pictures; misc. glassware; yellow ware pitcher; pots; pans; dishes; quilts; carpets; oil lamp; croquet set; Tonka toys; toy tractors; Barbie dolls; tricycle; books; other boxes to be uncovered CHATTEL TERMS: cash or good check LUNCH STAND OWNER: Mrs. Anna (Ammon) Yoder 0010_060811 classified hotline 622-4ads

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Sing Ministry. The Adkins Brothers will be sharing in song at Gospel Hill Ministry, located at 27610 TR 45, Warsaw on Saturday, June 11 at 7 p.m. The sing will be outdoors, so bring a lawn chair for best seating. If inclement weather, the sing will be moved inside. A love offering will be taken for the singing ministry. For further information, call 824-3300. Get Cookin’. Come join the chefs at Prairie Chapel UMC and get cookin’ at their Vacation Bible School “Shake It Up Cafe” on June 20 - 24 from 6 - 8:30 p.m. Kids ages 4 -14 can come join the fun with Chef Basil & Scraps and learn How To Carry Out God’s Recipe. The kids will get to take part in Bible Bites, discovering new things, crafts, recreation, music, snacks and how to be a good missionary. Each night, the kids will be asked to bring in canned food to be donated to a locate food pantry at the end of the week. So get ready to pull up your sleeves and get cooking at 45494 County Road 23, Coshocton and see what new recipes you will learn. If you have any questions, contact Kris Alan at 622-3992. Martha’s Cupboard. “Martha’s Cupboard” offers free items to any Coshocton County resident in need. Some documents are required to receive services. The cupboard is open the third Saturday of each month from 10 - 11:30 a.m. at the Fresno United Methodist Church. Call (740) 545-6422 for further information. Jacob’s Closet. The Warsaw United Methodist Church is announcing new hours for Jacob’s Closet. Beginning in March, the closet will be open every Thursday from 9 a.m. – Noon and the last Thursday of the 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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Blue Star Mothers Meeting. The Blue Star Mothers Coshocton Chapter OH59 will be meeting Monday, June 13 at the Coshocton Nazarene Church, located at 1058 Orange Street from 6:30 - 8:30 p.m. The meeting will be in room 103 next to the library. Their meetings are always the second Monday of each month at The Coshocton Nazarene church.




Genealogical Society. The Coshocton County Chapter of the Ohio Genealogical Society will meet Tuesday, June 21 from 7:30 - 9 p.m. in the basement of the Coshocton Public Library. The meeting is free and open to anyone interested in seeking more information about their family tree. If you’d like to join the society, the membership for a year is ten dollars per person and twelve dollars for a couple.


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Kids America. Upcoming Kids America sports activities: Shorties T-Ball / June 11-July 16 / $40 / Ages 3-7; Shorties Track & Field Day / June 11 / $10 / Ages 3-6; CREW SOCCER ROCKS! / June 12 / $50 / Any Age; Summer Adventure Day Camp / June 13-17 & July 18-22 / $95 / Ages 5-12; Youth Tennis Camp / June 27-30 / $50 / Ages 8-15; You do not have to be a member to participate. (More activities will be added at a later date.)

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Fresno Alumni Banquet. The Fresno Alumni Banquet will be at the Ridgewood High School Saturday, June 11 at 6:30 p.m. Any questions about the banquet or to RSVP, call Ruth Marquand at 622-0450. Notices will be sent out. Anyone who has attended Fresno school is welcome. Anyone wishing to donate to their scholarship fund can do so when calling to RSVP. Adams Mills School Reunion. The Adams Mills Alumni and School Reunion will be Saturday, June 24 at 6 p.m. at the Town and Country Club, located at 925 Cambridge Rd, Coshocton. Anyone who attended the school or currently lives in the district is invited to attend. For information and reservations, contact Karen Henry at 622-9399 or Edward Ross at 754-2920 by Wednesday, June 22.

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Beach Party. The Positive Purpose MS Support Group is planning a Beach Party on Sunday, June 12 at 2 p.m. The event will take place at the Coshocton County Memorial Hospital located at 1460 Orange Street in Coshocton. Bring a snack or something that makes you think of summertime fun. For more information and to RSVP, call Angie at 502-2540 or CJ at 824-4370. Or e-mail them at Put PPMS in the subject line of your e-mail. Kabobs, beverages, and other snacks will be provided. As usual, family and members of your personal support group are welcome to come.

Bancroft School Reunion. The Bancroft Elementary School reunion will be Saturday, June 25 at the school’s former site at 11th and Orchard Street. Any alumni of Bancroft are encouraged to attend. The program will start at 1 p.m. Please bring a chair and any Bancroft memorabilia you might have. For more information, call 622-6578.



Car Wash. Boy Scout Troop 409 sponsored by West Lafayette First Baptist Church is having a car wash on June 11 to raise funds for camping gear and camping costs. The car wash will be at Advance Auto Parts, located at 329 S. 2nd St. Coshocton from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. Pre-sale tickets are available at General Recovery at 103 W. Main St., West Lafayette. Contact 502-0470 for more information.

Junior High Running Club. All Coshocton County 6th – 8th graders are invited to join a free running club facilitated by Dr. Don Tupper with the support of the Ohio Central Railroad. Parents are welcome to participate as well. The running club will meet Mondays in June and July, except July 4 from 9 – 9:45 a.m. and 7 – 7:45 p.m. Come to either session or both. Meet at the entrance to the CHS track. All running will take place on the CHS campus. This is a guided workout for all fitness levels. Expect to lightly jog, stretch and run. For more information, call Dr. Tupper at 622-8400 or 622-3224.


PERI meeting. Public Employee Retiree’s Chapter (PERI) will meet Wednesday, June 8 at the Coshocton County Senior Center located at 201 Brown’s Lane. A meal at Noon will be followed by a program and short business meeting. Call the Senior Center at 622-4852 by Friday, June 3 to make a lunch reservation.


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The Kiwanis Club of Coshocton had their weekly meeting at Roberta’s Banquet Center. The featured speaker was Chuck Wiseman from Connect Your Community. The weekly lottery was won by Lynn Jacobs and Gene Grace won the free lunch drawing. The next meeting of the Club will be on Wednesday, June 8 at Noon at Roberta’s Banquet Center. The presentation will be “Coshocton Airport Amphitheater” with Casey Claxon. Kiwanis welcomes guests and potential members to attend their weekly meetings. For more information, contact President Lynn Jacobs at 295-7516.


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Mohawk Valley 4-H Club had a meeting on June 3 at Nellie Chapel. Pledges were led by Augusta & Brett Kinzel. The club discussed the following business: Community Service Project, progress on projects, and county dates for 4-H activities. Demonstrations were given by: Nicholas Grashel on Lego Robotics, James Smith on Gun Safety, Zeaven Veatch on Photography: Controlling the Image, Dakota Smith on Science: Fun with Flight, and Augusta and Brett Kinzel on Hogs. Leader reports were given by: Zephaniah CodyHealth and Dakota Smith-Health. The next meeting will be June 17 at 7:30 p.m. at Nellie Chapel. – SINCE –


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Kevin’s Used Appliances. Call first 740-3905114. No phone calls after 6pm. No checks FARM EQUIPMENT 1 John Deere 1518 folding wing rotary cutter, 540 rpm, approximately 100 hours of feild use, good condition. Call Phil, 740622-9722 if no answer leave message. FIREWOOD Seasoned Firewood Cherry-Walnut-Oak and other woods. Cut/Split/Delivered $50 each load. (Will cut to size and length). Great Gift Idea! or Build-up supply for next year! 740502-3657 740-294-0727 GARAGE/YARD SALE 1027 Denman Ave. June 10-11; 9-5. Harley parts, air conditioner, rugs, women’s-men’s clothing, furnace, heater, lots of household items

312 W 4th St, Warsaw. 06/10; 8-? 06/11; 8-? Pewter light fixture, freestanding punching bag, quilting frame, TV, Little Tykes bookcase, mens, womens, boys clothing, collectibles

Saturday, June 11th at 1233 Fairy Falls Drive. 8am-2pm. Children’s toys, clothes, adult clothes, coats, home decorations, desks, bookcases, CD’s, tools, color TV, Radio/CD player, books, VCR, microwave, chairs and miscellaneous

Yard Sales for the Parks. River View Park, 825 S 2nd St. MinnLynn Park, 777 1/2 S 2nd St. & Downtown Park, 80 Zero St. Friday, June 10th and Saturday, June 11th; 8am to whenever. Also June 17-18th. Watch for balloons on mailboxes of participants. JEWELRY For Sale beautiful set wedding rings bought at Dean’s in 2007. Will sell for $700. FIRM. Paid $1,897.00. 740-545-9194 LAWN & GARDEN For Sale Lawn and Garden tractors, 48” cut Wheel Horse, 16HP, Standard, $850. 46” cut Wheel Horse, 16HP, auto $450. Selling due to health reasons. 740-6220904 MISC ITEMS Beautiful solid oak Amish-made three corner desk with hutch, asking $550. Solid maple dining room table and 6 chairs with matching china hutch, asking $400. NordicTrack treadmill with computer technology, asking $350. Multi-function workout station, asking $300. Blue Lazy-Boy recline/rocker, asking $150. All items are in working condition and in good repair. If interested, call 740-622-2121 Fiberglass mobile home steps. 4 steps, 3 foot platform on top with aluminum hand rail, excellent condition $250. 740-552-4233

Horizon Fitness treadmill model Advance 300, digital, programmable, very good condition, speed, distance, incline, 15318 CR 274 Willscreek. time and heart rate. New Thursday, June 9 & Fri$900. Sell $400. OBO. day 10, Saturday 11. John Deere 400 tractor 9-5. Plants, books, Avon, 46515 SR 36W - Coshocframes, tools, beer signs, ton. Friday, June 10th; Solid Rock Women’s An- 60“ mower deck, 4’ blade, toys, seasonal decor, 8-6. Saturday, June 11th’; nual Garage Sale. To ben- snow blow. $2,200. OBO. shoes, purses, glassware, 9-3. HUGE Family Garage efit Missions in Coshocton Pull behind dump trailer baskets, table clothes, Sale. Computer desks and and around the world. for lawn tractor, $100 women and children printers, Ipod sound station, Agriculture Building at the OBO. 36” JVC TV and 5’ clothes, baked goods. Blackberry Storm 2, dog Coshocton Fairgrounds media center with storage kennel, bikes, curtains, girls on Friday, June 17th, 9am- towers, color – gray. $400 Moving I have shelves and bookshelf, girls 4pm & Saturday, June OBO. rollerblades, TV’s, Southern 18th, 8:30am-2pm. Many more items please call Living At Home Products, items including clothes, 740-502-1863 brand name clothing infant- shoes, books, household plus size goods, kitchen items, etc.


MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT 2 year old, male, Olde English Bulldog for sale. Please contact me for de- 14x50, two bedroom in country near Coopertails. 740-202-0063 dale. stove, frig. Clean L.P. heat, rent $350, deSPORTING posit $350. plus utilities, EQUIPMENT six months lease. ReferOriginal Michigan Valley ences required. 740-502bar room pool table, 3/4 7252 740-327-2421 inch slate, 6ft., good conMOBILE HOMES dition and accessories. LOT FOR RENT $400. 740-829-2601 Set up for 12x60 or 14x70 WANTED TO BUY trailer space only in River Buying: Boy Scout View School District, 5 patches and memorabilia miles from town on CR 6, one patch or entire collec- 18220. 330-275-2986 tions. Call 740-623-0793 OFFICE SPACE leave message or email FOR RENT scoutpatchohio@yahoo. com Office Space in CoshocWANTED: Junk vehicles, ton. 2 spaces available. scrap metal, appliances, 2,200 sq. ft and 1,000 sq. batteries and junk mow- ft. Call 740-622-8020 ers. Also one time clean HOMES up and removal of rubFOR SALE bish. 740-545-5025 Wanted to buy used OPEN HOUSE. 20036 Refrigerator with top or Laf. Twp. Rd. 164, Cobottom freezer. 740-622- shocton, OH. When: June 11 & 12. Time: 1pm to 6150 4pm. 3,000 sq. ft. home with 4 bedrooms, 3 1/2 APARTMENTS baths. Also includes apFOR RENT pliances with washer AREA RENTAL INFOR- and dryer, heated 24x30 MATION. Houses and garage. Phone 740-202Apartments. Rent or 0143 740-202-0637 I’ll help you buy! Call AUTO 740-622-9791 today! 2 Bedroom, appliances, all electric, garage, coin op. laundry. 740-622-8020

1992 Olds Cutlass, good condition, runs good, new brakes and tires $1,500 Firm. 740-2023322

Roscoe Area, 1 bedroom, 2nd floor, off street parking, all appliances, gas 2003 Dodge Neon, good heat, carpeted, no pets, condition. Call for details lease, ref., deposit. 740- 740-610-8501 622-6155 MOTORCYCLES HOMES New Harley Davidson FOR RENT XS (extra small) black 2/3 Bedroom home helmet. $75. 740-622for rent. $525/mo. Very 4254 clean, freshly painted, deSCOOTERS tached single car garage, Coshocton City School District, no pets. 740-545- 2006 Suzuki motor scooter, Type S Bergman, 6372 2,900 miles, like new. 740One bedroom house with 622-3032 garage in Coshocton, apAUTO REPAIR pliances, off street parking. $350/mo, deposit reHardesty Auto Specialty. quired. 740-622-4078 740-545-9845 by appointOwner Financing. 447 ment. 2 miles North CR N 9th Sreet, Coshocton. 93. Parts at cost. Labor Only $1,500 down and rates you can afford. Ex$194.41 monthly pay- haust repair, custom pipe bending, brakes and comment. 330-447-7303 puter diagnostics & more Call us at 622-4237 to advertise in classifieds!

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993 3rd St. Adams Mills. Saturday, June 11; 9-4. Everything 25¢-$4. Brand name clothes for babies to adults, tops, shorts, 19740 CR 124, 541 swim sandels, some new East, follow signs. June with tags, toys, house10; 8-5. Quality junior, ware, etc. misses summer clothes, televisions, computer Address: 660 Alder Street chair, Longaberger, (off 7th Street). Date: country decor, house- June 11th Time: 8 to 3. hold misc. Don’t Miss! Items: Baby Girl Clothes (Newborn to 12 months), 2216 Forest Hill Dr. June Maternity Clothes, Sofa 11th; 9-5. Boys, girls & Bed, Gas Wall Heater, adult clothing, computer Golf Clubs, Antique monitor, printer, camera Buffett, Miscellaneous dock, household items, furniture, stereo, books, Fri., June 10; 8-5. Sat., car seat, baby monitor, June 11; 8-3. 41155 US Step 2 kitchen, water ta- 36 Warsaw. Girls-boysble, slide, toys, toys, toys! womans clothes, books, games, comics, bikes, 29319 TR 334, Warsaw, cake decorating, housenear Randles Lighthouse. hold, misc., exercise June 10-11; 8-4. Dryer, toddler boys, men’s, wom- Garage Sale. 1689 Flint en’s clothing, toys, house- Lane. Kids/baby items, hold items, riding mower, toys, exersaucer, clothes, toddler bed, misc. motorcycle helmets, leather jacket, chaps sz. 2-Family Garage Sale, 44, miscellaneous, 25¢ Fri. & Sat., June 10 & 11, items. June 10th; 9-5. 9-4, 24922 SR 60, South, June 11th; 8-Noon. Warsaw. Child’s car seat. Men’s jeans size 33x32, Large Family Sale, 34x34, 35x34, 36x32, 46789 US 36. June 10th; 36x34; and clothes. Boy’s 9-5. June 11th; 9-12. Lonjeans Husky size 12 and gaberger pottery, dishes, 14. Miscellaneous house- air tank and accessories, hold items. Canning jars, craft, books, clothes all stockpot. Electric blanket. sizes, Ford tractor, many Child’s 3-wheeler. Holi- other items day decorations. Crafts. Longaberger Multi-Family Fri., June 10; 9-5. Sat. June 11; 2 Family Garage Sale, 8-12. CR 27 off SR 36 Friday, June 10th 9am- by Bethlehem Grange 3pm. Saturday, June signs posted. Barbie jeep, 11th; 9-? Baby items, girl sleigh bed, home decor, NB-4T, boys NB-12mo. toys, clown collection, PS2, text books, misc. boys-girls-adult clothes.

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717 John St. Inside, 5-Families. Friday, June 10, 8-4. Furniture, refrigerator, household, women’s plus size, men’s clothing, jewelry, video camera , antiques scale, rototiller, outboard motor, truck caps, much more!



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1717 Cambridge Rd. 6/10; 9-? & 6/11; 9-1. Brown comforter set with curtains - like new, handmade hair bows for little girls, Swarovski crystal braclets, little boy clothes size 3 and under - like new & size 8-12, surround sound systems, men’s large and x-large good shirts, modern TV stand, nice clean sale.

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