June 20, 2012 Coshocton County Beacon

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This edition of The Beacon published in BIBLE SCHOOL GAMES Brady Tyo and Haley Thompson take part in a midway game June 14 at the Calvary Baptist Church Vacation Bible memory of James School. Vacation Bible School was for ages 4-years-old to eighth grade and children were invited to the IncrediWorld Amazement Park for a Thrill Marion “Dobby” Ride Through God’s Creation. Share news about your Vacation Bible School by e-mailing us at news@coshoctoncountybeacon.com. BEACON Dobson PHOTO BY JOSIE McCORMICK “Shining a Positive Light on Coshocton County” 145 Dover Rd. NW, Sugarcreek 101 E. Main Street, Baltic

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Kaufman Realty & Auctions...............21, 24, 26 Keim Lumber Company .......15 Lenny’s Barber Shop .............8 Marczewski Law Offices ....10 Miller’s Storage Barns.........14 Milligan Memorials ................6 Mission Auto Connection ....28 Mohawk Fireworks Co. ........8 Mosier Computer.................16 Olde Town Realty Deb Myers ........................22 Olde Town Realty Marc Lacy.........................25 Olde Town Realty Paul Bratton...............21, 25 Project to Restore America, Inc........................5 Route 5 Auto Sales ...............5 Schumaker Farms ...............11 Scrubs & More ......................3 Seton Coshocton Apartments.........................5 Shelby Theatres ....................2 Sprint Print Marketing Media Creations ............................6 Village Motors .....................12 Walhonding Valley Sand & Gravel Co..........................14 Wells Fargo Advisors...........13

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STOCKDALE Amy Stockdale was excited for her first official day as the Coshocton County Chamber of Commerce Director. “I’m looking forward to serving the business community and enhancing the chamber office,” she said. Stockdale, who was hired by the Coshocton County Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors and started work June 18, replaces Carol Remington who retired June 15.

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Thank You

The family of William “Bill” Shroyer would like to thank all those who supported them and Bill during his illness and recent death. A special thank you to Health Services of Coshocton County for their wonderful care, Lafayette Pointe, Coshocton County EMS, special niece Tammy Hardesty, special nephews Todd Shroyer and Tom Shroyer for always being there for him, Pastor Sonny Easterday, special friends at Ohio Heritage Bank for all the wonderful food, Free Funeral Home and to all friends who sent flowers, cards, food and visited or called Bill. Your thoughtfulness will never be forgotten. 0014_062012

She has vast experience working with a variety of local businesses inside and outside of Coshocton County. She also brings experience in areas such as fundraising, event planning, marketing and communications as well as a desire to keep Coshocton a thriving community. “I love Coshocton,” Stockdale said. “There are great people, good schools and it’s a very caring community.” Board president Amy Hasseman believes Stockdale will be a great asset to the Chamber. “As a life-long resident of our community, she understands how important it is for our Chamber to be a strong and vital partner to area businesses,” Hasseman said. The mission for the Coshocton County Chamber is to promote a partnership of business, professional and community leaders working together to advance business success, economic development, and employment opportunities in our community. “I’m interested in finding out what the businesses and the board are looking for from the Chamber,” Stockdale said. “The businesses are members of the Chamber and I want to know what their needs are.” The Chamber is dedicated to accomplishing its mission by being a strong advocate and excellent resource on issues important to our area businesses. Its vision is for a prosperous community blessed with sustained economic growth and increased employment opportunities for all. Stockdale is a graduate of River View High School and The Ohio State University. She

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In MeMory of My SISter on Her BIrtHday nancy Kay JoneS

6/20/41 – 3/20/10 I cannot deny that, now I am without your company I feel not only that I am deprived of a very dear sister, but that I have lost half of myself. - BeatrIce d’eSte from a letter to her sister Isabella. Love, Your Sis Pat

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Agents Realty & Auction Service..............................23 Akron Children’s Hospital Pediatrics............................7 Amore’s Koi Farm ..................5 Autumn Health Care Inc. .......7 Baltic State Bank ..................1 Business and Service Directory...........................19 Canal Lewisville United Methodist Church...............9 Carpenter, Chip, Auctioneer ........................23 Charm Engine Ltd. ...............14 Chuck Nicholson..................17 Coshocton Airport Amphitheatre......................3 Coshocton Chiropractic Health Center .................................6 Coshocton County Senior Center .................................6 Coshocton Pallet & Door ....11 Coshocton Trucking Inc.........8 Coshoctonrentals.com ........22 Dale Gress Auctioneer and Real Estate.........................22, 26 Designs by Michele LLC ......13 Ember Complete Care Home Health Services...................6 Hershberger Country Store.................................11

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Customer Index Amy Stockdale named Coshocton County Chamber of Commerce Director BY BEACON STAFF

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The Mentoring Center offers Active Parenting Now workshop

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The Kno-Ho-Co-Ashland Community Action Commission’s Summer Crisis Program is underway. This program, funded through the Ohio Department of Development, Office of Community Assistance, will assist households with a resident age 60 and older or those with a household member with a qualifying medical condition or a household with a disconnect on their electric bill or are already disconnected. In addition air conditioners may be available to qualifying households. The maximum benefit amount is up to $250 applied as payment to the household’s electric bill. The cost of the air conditioner must be factored in and cannot exceed the maximum total benefit after paying the electric bill for those households seeking them. Income guidelines are based at 200% of the Federal Poverty Level and are as follows: Household size of one may earn up to $22,340, household of two $30,260, household of three $38,180, household of four $46,100, household of five $54,020 and household of six $61,940. Income can also be calculated using the past three months, whichever benefits the client. Other documentation is also required. The program will operate June 1 – Aug. 31, 2012 or until funds are depleted, whichever occurs first. To learn more or to schedule an appointment, phone the Kno-Ho-Co-Ashland CAC office at 622-9801.

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certified Active Parenting leader and Trainer of Trainers. Sheila Mayse is a licensed independent social worker with more than 18 years of experience working with children and families. The cost for the course, including all program materials, is $25. To register, or for more information, contact The Mentoring Center of Coshocton County at 623-8110 or e-mail mentoringcenter@mentoringcentercc.org. The deadline for registration is July 3. The Mentoring Center of Coshocton County is a United Way agency.

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The Mentoring Center of Coshocton County will offer the new Active Parenting Now workshop for parents of children ages 5-12. The six-session video-discussion program will be on Wednesdays, beginning July 11, from 10 a.m. - Noon through Aug. 15, at The Mentoring Center , located at 410 Main Street, 2nd Floor, Coshocton. “We are proud to offer Active Parenting Now to the parents in our community,” said Sheila Mayse, Executive Director of The Mentoring Center of Coshocton County. “This program combines entertaining videos and discussion to help parents learn how to raise children who are cooperative, responsible and able to resist peer pressure. It also guides parents in dealing with sensitive issues such as drugs, sexuality and violence.” The program will be led by Sheila Mayse, a

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make it happen. Gone t is exciting to are the days of athletes see the sidewalk running on the beach to improvements on the the tune of “Chariots of Three Rivers Bridge. Fire”; now it seems to Compliments to the be primarily about who Project to Restore has the most money America folks for to provide superior procuring the funds and training, equipment and Hathaway Construction coaches. Of course, in for the labor and skill the end you still have to to get this long overdue have talented athletes. work completed. Nice MARK FORTUNE Congratulations job. Another exciting week or two of to Amy Stockdale, the new Director activities is headed our way – with of the Coshocton County Chamber the first performance of the season of Commerce. Thanks goes to Carol scheduled for Saturday, June 30, at Remington for her many years of the Airport Amphitheater. The Ohio dedicated service to our community. Army National Guard 122nd Army Great job Carol. We appreciate what Band will be performing in a free you accomplished for our community. As evidenced by the number of concert. This venue continues to make improvements and provide a vehicles on the highway last week nice variety of performances for our while on vacation, I would venture community. This year is no exception to say that the economy is picking with the aforementioned band, Glenn up some steam. Or, is it also possible Miller Orchestra, Christian rock group that folks have just put it off and Decemberadio and the season wraps decided not to delay taking a vacation up with a band jam of local talent on away from home any longer? Fuel Saturday, Aug. 18. A committee of prices were respectable – but it was local volunteers works very hard to surprising to see that fuel per gallon provide this entertainment – please was actually less expensive in West plan on attending one or all of these Virginia than here in our own county. Well, it’s that time of year again; performances to support their effort. I realize many of you are vacation Bible school, ice cream watching the NBA finals – I just socials, fireworks and more summer can’t bring myself to watch what is time activities. Fishing, boating, probably inevitable – a championship swimming, all are popular in our for the Miami Heat. Some have told area. Whatever you decide to do, me that the Oklahoma boys are quite take some time to enjoy the summer talented themselves – and as I write months and your family. this the series is tied at one win apiece. I think Miami in 6. Are you gearing up for the 2012 Summer Olympics? Get ready; I think the U.S.A. team will bring home the gold in a big way. We have the talent and we have the money to

Warsaw Class of 1962 unites

REUNION The 50th reunion of the Warsaw Class of 1962 met at the Warsaw Fire Station after the Warsaw Alumni Banquet on May 19. Fifteen classmates attended out of 26 original graduates. Six classmates are deceased. Classmate Bob Arnold traveled from Sanford, FL for his 50th reunion. The class of 1962 is the first graduating Warsaw class to give a scholarship to a River View High School graduating senior. They gave $1,275 to a senior that went to Warsaw Elementary School. On Sunday morning, 11 of the classmates went to Gospel Hill together. Pictured front row (l-r): Gary Ashcraft, Jack Berry, Robert Wright, Larry Pew, Jim Miller, Darrell Kilpatrick; back row: Jane (Wilson) Potter, Carol (Gasche) McConnell, Helen (Swartz) Hartsock, Janet (Harstine) Couts, Robert Arnold, Jeannette (Endsley)Davis, Linda (Carpenter) Wright and Judy(Veigel) Finlay. Missing from the picture is Marty (Clark) Lott. PHOTO CONTRIBUTED TO THE BEACON

Childcare Central taking fall registrations

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Childcare Central, LLC at 619 Main Street, Coshocton, currently has openings in the infant/toddler and preschool classrooms serving children six weeks to 5 years old. Enroll by June 29 and receive free registration. Fall preschool will begin Aug. 29. They serve a limited number of children in their preschool classes for more personal and individualized attention, so enroll now to ensure a position. Children 3 years old attend on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 8:30 – 10:30 a.m. Children 4 and 5 years old attend Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 8:30 – 11 a.m. For more information, contact Miss Debby at 623-0443. The Beacon wants your opinion! Have an opinion or want to comment on something you’ve read in The Beacon? Please email Mark Fortune at: mark@coshoctoncountybeacon.com. The Coshocton County Beacon is now accepting Letters to the Editor! Be sure to include your first and last name. Emailing your Letter to the Editor in Microsoft Word format is preferred. The Beacon reserves the right to edit, refuse or otherwise reject any letter that is deemed inappropriate or offensive to our readers. No more than 500 words please. Please have your letter turned in by noon on Friday.

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Glen Daniel, W.Va., led a percussion workshop at the Coshocton Dulcimer Days. His goal was to let people try out different types of instruments. Rodriguez teaches at Liberty High School, which has the Liberty High School World Percussion Ensemble. To learn more about the group, visit www.facebook. com/libertyworldpercussion. Dulcimer Days was held June 15-17, at Roscoe Village. BEACON PHOTO

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The River View Track Programs present the 9th annual Black Bear Summer • Koi • Pond & Fish Consultation Track and Field Classic and 5K Cross Country Run to be Saturday, July 7 • Fish Food • Pond Supplies at River View High School’s Don Rushing Stadium, located at the corner • Pond & Water Testing of State Route 60 and 36 in Warsaw. The track meet is for males and • Pond Building & More females ages 4 and up. The 5K is for ages 11 and up. • Many Items on Hand Registration forms can be obtained at Kid’s America or on the River View Web site at www.river-view.k12.oh.us. Mailed pre-registration is 44300 CR 58 • Coshocton highly suggested. Check-in and registration for the 5K will be from 7 – 8 740-622-3802 www.amoreskoifarm.com a.m. on Saturday, July 7. The race will start at 8:15 a.m. The registration amoreskoifarm@localnet.com for the track meet will be from 7 – 8:45 a.m. with field and running events beginning at 9 a.m. Clifford Amore, Owner • Call for an Appointment or By Chance Medals will be awarded for first, second, and third places. Ribbons 0024_062012 will be awarded for the fourth, fifth, and sixth place. Participation ribbons will be awarded to ages 4 – 12 non-placers. The age group for the track meet at 4 – 6, 7 – 8, 9 – 10, 11 – 12, 15 – 16, 17 – 18, 19 – 29, Free Workshop on July 14 with four (4) one (1) hour sessions: 30 – 45, 46 – 55, and 56 and up. The cost is $6 for the first event and $1 for each additional event. 1. Exploring Types of Business for Coshocton area There is a limit of three events for ages 4 – 8 and 2. Nuts & Bolts of Starting & Running a Business unlimited events for ages 9 and up. The age groups for the 5K race are 11 – 12, 3. Basic Marketing 13 – 14, 15 – 16, 17 – 18, 19 – 29, 30 – 39, 40 4. Basic Business Financing – 49, 50 – 59, and 60- and up. The race will be run on the River View Cross Country Course at Time: Saturday, July 14, beginning at 1:00 PM 8:15 a.m. The cost for the 5K is $15 and includes Location: SportZone (downstairs) at 119 N. 3rd St. across from the courthouse a T-shirt for pre-registration and as they last for Offered free to anyone. Come to one, two, three or all four sessions. non-pre-registration. Checks can be made payable to the River Bring your ideas and energy and we will help you get started. View Athletic Boosters. See the registration Free Refreshments will be served. form or contact Mike Gray at 502-9018.

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New pastors to lead youth at Nazarene Church

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NEW PASTORS James Rose and Trevor Lanz both started as pastors at the Coshocton Church of the Nazarene on June 1. The sign says, “You can trust the Bible. God always keeps His Word. BEACON PHOTO BY

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There are some new faces leading youth at Coshocton Church of the Nazarene. Trevor Lanz and James Rose both started their new positions on June 1. Lanz is the new children’s pastor and Rose is the youth pastor. “I’m looking forward to getting to know the kids, the people and the church,” Rose said. Rose is a graduate of River View High School and Lanz is from Point Pleasant, W.Va. “I had been working in Powell and commuting so when this youth job became available I sent my resume and it all worked out,” Rose said. “Now my commute is less than five minutes.”

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9:30 am Body Recall Fitness 10:00 am Senior Social 10:00 am Foster Grandparents 10:30 am Exercise 11:00 am Linda Weber

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JOSIE McCORMICK Both Rose and Lanz are graduates of Mount Vernon Nazarene University. Lanz was planning on going to graduate school, but when he was told about the job opening in Coshocton, his plans changed. “Everything unfolded and fell into place,” he said. “I’m looking forward to going to camp, Vacation Bible School and the school year starting. Since its summer, there is kind of a break in our activity.” Rose also hopes to do some work with the schools and develop adult leadership with the youth. “I want them to take their faith past high school graduation,” Rose said. “So many times teens and young adults leave the church or question their faith once they graduate. I want to give them a firm foundation and help them understand their faith so they continue to grow.” Lanz also hopes he can help the children at the church and their families. “I don’t want it to be just about the children,” he said. “I want it to be about them and their families. I want to give them the resources to get connected.” Lanz will lead children under seventh grade and Rose will be in charge of the seventh through 12th graders. JOSIE@COSHOCTONCOUNTYBEACON.COM

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Victory Garden spirit still alive today at Fresno Farmer’s Market

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Your vendors at the Fresno Market look forward to seeing you soon and helping to meet all of our farm market needs. The Fresno Farmers’ Market is located just off of SR 93 North in downtown Fresno at Mark McCoy’s Auto, every Saturday morning from 8 a.m. until noon now until October. For more info, please call me: Julia Brown at 740-545-0849 or Mark & Kathy McCoy at 740-545-0997 anytime.

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FREE to our community • Door Prizes When: Sat., June 23 • 11am-1pm Where: Extended Care Facility 1433 Walnut Street, Coshocton Menu: BBQ and Herb Chicken, Pasta Salad, Baked Beans, and a Create-Your-Own-Sundae Bar!

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3 to 5 lbs. of small baby spring beets 2 cups apple cider vinegar 2 cups sugar 2 cups water 1/4 tsp. kosher salt 1 tsp. ground all spice 6 cinnamon sticks 12 whole cloves 6 thin lemon slices

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Healthy Living

Many of us don’t remember the “Victory Garden”, myself included or even know what was for that matter. Well lucky for you all, I’m about to enlighten you on the subject of the time-honored “Victory Garden”. During WWII, the US Government asked Americans to tighten their belts and plant vegetable gardens to help support the war effort. Wow, did the American public ever respond. In 1943, more than 24 million tons of produce was grown in backyards, neighborhoods and on farms across this great land of ours. Not only did these “Victory Gardens” help to support our forces, they also boosted the American spirit. The vendors at the Fresno Farmers’ Market are capable of not only boosting our spirits now in 2012, but are willing and eager to bring the “farm to your family’s table” with the same desire to produce quality healthful foods at a value that everyone can afford, just like Americans have been doing for decades. The “Victory Gardens” not only produced great vegetables, they taught us economical principles, food value, and preparation, as well as freedom from processed foods and preservatives. Plus, it’s just plain fun to play in the dirt! So, if you haven’t made the trip out to the Fresno Farmers’ Market, make it a point to come out and help take some of the strain off of your grocery budget, while knowing at the same time you are providing healthy choices for your family. The vendors at the Market are harvesting many of your spring time favorites, like tender spring red beets. Here’s is my Grandmother’s secret recipe for pickled beets....sorry Grams! She’s probably rolling over in her grave right now....but here it goes.


COTC Outstanding Alumni Award presented

Central Ohio Technical College (COTC) awarded its 2012 Outstanding Alumni Award to Newark resident Sheila Nixon. The award recognizes COTC alumni who have demonstrated personal or professional achievement that brings honor and distinction to the college and whose contributions and individual attainment have bettered the community. Nixon is a 26-year employee and current director of nursing for the Arlington Care Center in Newark. She began her career at Arlington Care Center working at the snack bar where she developed a passion for helping others, resulting

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in her decision to study nursing at COTC. She earned an Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree in nursing from COTC in 1994 and became a registered nurse. Nixon was promoted to Unit Manager and then to Director of Nursing, a role she has had since 2007. She is responsible for staffing and compliance needs for the diverse populations her institution serves, including rehabilitation, long-term care, and hospice patients. Nixon participates yearly in the American Heart Association Walk, Pink Strides Wellness Walk for Breast Cancer, and the Arthritis Association’s Arthritis Walk. She was the recipient of the 2002 Hospice of Central Ohio’s Compassionate Care Partner’s Award. She was nominated for the award by Betsy McPherson, Admissions and Marketing Director at the Arlington Care Center. “Sheila credits the COTC nursing program and their staff for giving her the assistance and motivation to succeed in her life,” said McPherson. “Sheila has the students of COTC AWARD Sheila Nixon received COTC’s 2012 Outcome to Arlington for their clinical, wanting to standing Alumni Award. PHOTO CONTRIBUTED give back and return the help and motivation for TO THE BEACON them to also succeed.” Central Ohio Technical College is a fully COTC created an Alumni Program in 2007 accredited two-year college dedicated to to serve as the principal link between the college providing high quality, accessible programs and its network of alumni. All COTC alumni of technical education in response to current are invited to participate. To learn more about and emerging employment needs, as well as the COTC Alumni Program, or to update your encouraging the professional development contact information with the college, contact the of students, staff, faculty, and administrators development office at (740) 364-9514, by email: to assist them in achieving their maximum lwalsh@cotc.edu, or click on the alumni link at potential. COTC operates campus locations in Newark, Coshocton, Knox and Pataskala. www.cotc.edu.

The Home Loan Savings Bank is one of the top banks in the nation according to American Banker Magazine, which recently released its list of the top 200 community banks and thrifts among the approximately 7,000 in the nation. “It’s an honor, especially with the way the economic environment is and the troubles a lot of banks have gotten themselves into,” said Kyle Hamilton, president of the bank. Home Loan is number 101 on the list “Today all banks do basically the same

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The K.A. United select soccer program completed its spring season recently with all three teams finishing as regular season champions or co-champions in their respective divisions in the Greater Akron Area Soccer Association (GAASA). Based at the Kid’s America Sports Complex in Coshocton, the K.A. United select soccer program was created with the goal of providing a highly competitive, player-focused club to develop confident, skilled young athletes.

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(There are no division tournaments for U-9 teams.) The team members are Austin Bahmer, Coen Bible, William Bullock, Austin Fox, Zaiden Hains, Brevin McCurdy, Judah Nelson, Luke Ramsey, Javin Robinson, Slater Sampsel, CONTRIBUTED TO THE Ayden Stein and Tyren Walker. BEACON In addition to their league success, the Boys The program offers Under-11 and Girls Under-10 teams competed year-round training, in the 19th annual Euclid Memorial Classic spring and autumn Soccer Tournament in Euclid, during Memorial competitive play in Day weekend. The Boys team advanced to the the GAASA league, championship game, but were edged out by as well as indoor Twinsburg with a final score of 4-3. scrimmages against The Boys Under-9 team competed in the Kohl’s regional teams during American Cup Soccer Tournament in Dublin, on June 9 and were crowned tournament champs the winter season. The Boys Under-11 team finished with after winning the championship game in double a regular season record of 8-0 in Division III, overtime. K.A. United will also participate in the making them regular season champions. They were also Division III tournament champions, Capstone 4v4 Soccer Tournament in St. winning the championship game by a final score Clairsville, June 23-24. of 11-0. The team members are Blake Ashcraft, Nathan Bullock, Isaiah Cameron, Bryce Duncan, Colt Eaton, Jesse Hains, Andrew Martin, Reas Pepper, Whitney Raber, Andrew Stein, Andrew Vensil and Sean Watts. The Girls Under-10 team finished with anal ewisville a regular season record of 8-0 in Division IV, nited ethodist hUrCh making them regular season champions. They 198 e. ChUrCh st. in Canal lewisville CO-CHAMPIONS The Boys Under-9 team finished were also Division IV tournament champions, Saturday, June 30 • 5pm till ??? with a regular season record of 7-1 in Division III, winning the championship game by a final making them regular season co-champions. PHOTO score of 7-0. The team members are Janessa hoMeMade tUrkey sandwiChes, kraUt, CONTRIBUTED TO THE BEACON Albertson, Hailee Bowman, Emmie Brenly, noodles, Cake, pie, iCe CreaM, & More Stephanie Gunn, Isabella Hall, Ka’Leah Kreis, plan to CoMe for fUn & fellowship Peyton Tahyi and Kennedy Wright. and as always - great food!!! The Boys Under-9 team finished with a regular season record of 7-1 in Division III, It’s air conditioned! making them regular season co-champions.

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June 22nd, 1952 The Board of Education made a hard decision when it was decided to close Bancroft School to students and teachers forever due to the decreasing number of students enrolling in the school each fall and the health hazards the building presented. Supt. G.A. McConagha informed the board that for the 1952-53 school year, the number of students enrolled in the school would be below 50 and most present at the meeting agreed that less than 50 students wasn’t enough to keep the school open. When all Bancroft students were located on a map, it was discovered that they could easily attend other schools.

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June 25th, 1962 Despite the threat of rain and cancellation of the event, over 2,000 spectators came out to Walnut Street Hill to watch 15-yearold Bill McClister win the 25th Soap Box Derby. Streaking across the finish line in his revamped low-slung black racer, Bill would represent Coshocton in Akron during the All-American Derby in August where he would compete for $30,000 in scholarships. In Coshocton, Bill received a $500 savings bond and a trophy. All other awards to participants were presented at a dinner later that night. Bill’s ambition was to study engineering at Case Institute of Technology in Cleveland.

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The above members of the Roscoe Village Herb Society have completed plans for their 16th biannual Herb Fair. The fair will be June 23. Registration will begin at 10:30 a.m. It will be at the Emmanuel Lutheran Church in the fellowship hall. The church is located at 1500 Pleasant Valley Drive. The day will be filled with a lot of great gardening information. Mary Lewis of Carroll, Ohio will be the main speaker. Her topic

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Kids America U14R finished second in the Iron/Cobalt Division at the Ohio Valley Region Volleyball Championship. The Championship was May 12 at the Greater Columbus Convention Center. They all received silver medals. Pictured front row, from left are: Megan Sharier, Kelsey Kent, Mary Skelton, Michaela Patterson; back row: Emily Barnett, Peyton Taylor and Courtney Toliver.

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June 21st, 1972 The lost arts of the past such as shingle splitting, broom making, and throwing pots was to be revitalized in Roscoe Village for summer entertainment. The program, headed by former art teacher Rollin France, would also include needlework, hand spinning, and other arts. Costumed hostesses and craftsmen demonstrated the old crafts using original tools and implements. Many of their items would then be sold to visitors. France taught the crafts to the hostesses and hoped to open a class for the public in the fall. June 22nd, 1982 In addition to the Queens contest in the West Lafayette Homecoming Festival, the Chamber of Commerce had planned activities for the public to enjoy for the whole weekend. The theme was “American Landmarks” and the festival would kick off with a parade which would feature every type of entertainment from bikes, wagons and ponies, to antique cars and fire trucks. A barbeque was also planned with Don Jackson making his famous secret chicken barbeque recipe and would be cooking 650 chicken halves. Music would be provided by Donnie McVay and His Country Gentlemen, and Junior and the County Echoes.

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situation, Genesis stepped in and is committed to helping their neighbors in Coshocton County. “Coshocton is committing to this, we’re committing to Coshocton, and we feel we can do this together,” said Perry. This isn’t the first time Coshocton Hospital and Genesis have worked closely together. Nine years ago, Coshocton Hospital had seen an overwhelming amount of patients who were in need of a sleep lab. They formed a venture with Genesis and they were able to help Coshocton begin their own sleep lab locally. “Our goal every day is to strive to be better today than we were yesterday,” said Miller. Miller, current CEO of Coshocton Hospital, will become employed by the Genesis management company. Coshocton Hospital’s chief financial officer position will be filled and the person in this role will also be part of the management company. More information about this agreement between Coshocton Hospital and Genesis HealthCare System will be available within the next couple of months. BETH@COSHOCTONCOUNTYBEACON.COM

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limited in the future if this step hadn’t been taken.” The goal is to have the $5 million as a security blanket and use on special projects to be determined later based on a review from the American Healthcare Solutions, a consulting firm specializing in assisting hospitals with turnaround solutions. This 45day assessment has COSHOCTON HOSPITAL SIGNS WITH GENESIS Coshocton Hospital recent- already begun and will ly signed a $5 million agreement with Genesis HealthCare System due to lacking provide a basis for a funds and financial challenges. Pictured here are Bob Miller, CEO of Coshocton fiscal recovery action Hospital, Max Crown, Chairperson of Coshocton Hospital’s Board of Trustees, and plan to be adopted Matt Perry, President and CEO of Genesis HealthCare System at a press confer- and executed by the ence on Wednesday, June 13. BEACON PHOTO BY BETH SCOTT Coshocton Hospital administration and Coshocton County Memorial Hospital recently Board of Trustees. In signed a five-year management services contract the meantime, the hospital will immediately with Genesis HealthCare System, due to lacking begin to implement improvements in key areas funds and financial challenges faced at the local that will help stabilize operations. hospital. “It’s very important for this area to succeed,” “This will allow us to continue high quality said Perry. “It enables us to help support an health care we offer to the community,” said Bob institution in our region in a way for us to work Miller, CEO of Coshocton Hospital, “and this is more closely together. If Coshocton succeeds, an offer for us to continue to do that. We look we succeed.” forward to the time our community can get the Miller said they look forward to getting care they need here without looking elsewhere.” their report back from the American Healthcare The agreement with Genesis allows Solutions so that they can see what they need to Coshocton Hospital to remain independent improve on and begin working on projects that while allowing access to resources in key may have not been given much attention in the areas including health information technology, past. materials management, finances, and carious “As a small hospital, we wear a lot of hats,” complexities in running a community hospital. he said. “and sometimes when you wear two It will have no effect on billing and insurance. hats, you don’t have a lot of time to give to one “It allows us to bring a lot of resources we project.” have and to share those resources in Coshocton,” Genesis was in a similar situation five years said Matt Perry, President and CEO of Genesis, ago. Their solution was simple. “Being able to work together makes it available “It’s all about patient care,” said Perry. Perry to provide those services. This should do nothing said that because of Genesis’ excellent patient but to improve and help this institution succeed. and clinical care, they were able to reconnect Our mission is giving high-quality patient with their community. care.….. There is no reason this institution When Coshocton decided to contact Genesis cannot only survive, but thrive. The residents of and ask them if they could help their current this community deserve nothing less.” In the past five years, Coshocton Hospital has been losing money. Within the last year, less money has been flowing into the hospital while more money has been going out. Money in their savings was becoming less and less, and their choice was to either cut services or do something different. Signing with Genesis allows them to not only improve their health care and services, but also to gain $5 million in credit, which will help stabilize their cash flow crisis. “The hospital would still be here,” said Miller, “but our resources would have to be

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HAPPY BIRTHDAY Ralph Wisenburg, left, member of Kiwanis, celebrated his 95th birthday on Wednesday, June 13 during the dedication of two apple trees planted in memory of Jack Baumgardener. He was presented with a birthday cake from Roberta’s for the occasion. BEACON PHOTO BY BETH SCOTT “We worked in the education department together,” said Rholanda Hunt, supervisor of the education department at Roscoe Village “Jack loved trees, and of course, he loved Johnny Appleseed and that was one thing, even when we would have a school group tour, if Jack needed to wait a few minutes before going into an exhibit area, he might offer some tidbits to the students about Johnny Appleseed and whenever we would have a staff dinner, Jack would always have some tidbits and words of wisdom, and usually a quote or two from Johnny Appleseed.” The reason for planting two trees instead of just one is that apple trees will not produce fruit on their own and there must be two trees planted together so they can pollenate one another. The idea of planting a non-bearing apple tree was out of the question for the Kiwanis Club. Although Lake Park usually forbids planting fruit-bearing trees, Lori Everhart, Director of Lake Park, made an exception for Jack. Kiwanis members plan to clean up the apples from Lake Park on a regular basis. “John Chaplin’s mission to plant not only seeds of apple trees but seeds of God’s Word, was also a personal reflection of the life Jack lived and the one he took to heart,” said Mercer. During their regular meeting, Kiwanis also celebrated the 95th birthday of one of its members, Ralph Wisenburg. He was presented with a birthday cake from Roberta’s for the special occasion. BETH@COSHOCTONCOUNTYBEACON.COM


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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 be separate containers for each high school to place their donations in. Get more information by visiting Main Street Cruz on Facebook. Community Festival. A free community festival will be at the Lafayette Pointe Nursing and Rehab on Saturday, June 23 from 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. The event will feature a hog roast, bounce houses, antique tractor show, face painting, cornhole, and games. The West Lafayette Fire Department will be onsite for kids photos and Hayley Watson will entertain the crowd from Noon – 2 p.m. This is a free event, so bring your lawn chairs and enjoy the afternoon. Lafayette Pointe is located at 620 E. Main Street in West Lafayette. Moto Cross Race. The second annual Moto Cross Race will be June 23 at the Coshocton County Fairgrounds. Gates open at 1 p.m., registration begins at 2 p.m., practice is at 3:30 p.m., and the race will be at 5 p.m. Admission is $5. Pit pass is $10. There will be a food stand and beer garden. The event is sponsored by the Coshocton County Fairboard and conducted by Faircross Promotions. Guitar - In. Think Cruise-In, only with guitars, not cars. The Pomerene Center will be hosting a Guitar-In on Sunday, June 24 from 3 - 7 p.m. Tim Farrell will be headlining and SportsZone will be grilling. The Pomerene Center is located at 317 Mulberry Street. 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 concert 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.

Free musical series. Every Saturday from 1:30 - 4:30 p.m. until September the Yellow Butterfly Winery is having a free musical series. The Yellow Butterfly Winery is located at 11661 Blue Ridge Rd in Newcomerstown.

Announcements Ask the Experts. Autumn Healthcare will be hosting a Senior Care and Share “Ask the Experts” Saturday, June 23 from 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. at Autumn Healthcare at 1433 Walnut Street. The menu will include barbecue and herb chicken, pasta salad, baked beans, and a create-your-own sundae bar. The experts will be available for information on Medicare, rehabilitation services, and Alzheimer’s and dementia care. Blood pressure and blood sugar will be checked for free on site. Art. Barbara Hill-Rickman is showing her acrylic paintings at the West Lafayette Library during the month of June. Her art can be viewed at the library during normal operating hours, located at 601 East Main Street, West Lafayette. Volunteers needed. United Way of Coshocton County and the Ohio Benefit Bank are teaming up once again next spring to offer local families with a total household income of less than $60,000 free tax preparation. In order to service more families next spring, they need more volunteers to be trained to offer this valuable service. This training session will be Friday, July 6 from 9 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. at COTC, room 465. No experience is necessary, but some computer literacy is helpful. Contact the United Way at 6224567 to register. 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. 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. Coshocton Antique Flea Market. The Coshocton Antique Flea Market, sponsored by the Coshocton Agricultural Society, is looking for antique and collectible dealers. Flea Market dates are July 14 – 15, and Aug. 11 – 12. Show hours will be Saturdays from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. and Sundays 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. The Market will be at the Coshocton County Fairgrounds in Commercial Building #2. Inside spaces are available for $25 and $15. Outside spaces are available for $20 and $15. For more information, contact Erma Miller at 622-6329. Minstrel Show Auditions. The Warsaw Lions Club will be having auditions Monday, Aug. 6 beginning at 6:30 p.m. at the River View High School Auditorium for solo spots in their 55th Annual Minstrel Show to be Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, November 16, 17, and 18. This year’s show is entitled ‘It’s A Matter of Time’ and performers are asked to sing songs related to any measure of time. For more information or to schedule an audition time, contact Jean Haumschild at 740-824-3120.

Benefits 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). 5:30 - 8:30 p.m., June 18 - 20, 25 - 27; 9 - noon, June 25 - 29; 1 - 4 p.m., July 9 - 13; 5:30-8:30 p.m., July 9 - 11, 16 - 18; 9 - noon, July 16 - 20; 1 - 4 p.m., July 16 - 20; 9 noon, July 23 - 27; 1 - 4 p.m., July 23 - 27 At Coshocton Commons. June 25 - 29 (Monday Friday) 1 - 4 p.m. At the Presbyterian Church: 9 - noon, July 9 - 13, 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 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. Outdoor Gathering. Renners St. Paul United Church of Christ will have an outdoor gathering on June 23. There will be games, fellowship, and food from 6 – 7 p.m. The menu includes grilled hot dogs, coneys, sloppy joes, chips, cookies, and a beverage. At 7 p.m., relax and listen to guest musical performers. The performers include vocalist Sara Cowan and the Davis Street Duo featuring the brother and sister team of Richie and Hannah Johns. From State Route 36, go 6.5 miles north on County Road 93. From Baltic, take State Route 93 south, turn left on County Road 88, then turn right on Renner Road. Bring your lawn chairs or a blanket. In case of rain, activities will be moved inside. 55 and Better Lunch. Enjoy roasted pork, rice pilaf, and steamed broccoli at the 55 and Better lunch at the Chili Crossroads Bible Church on Thursday, June 28 at 11 a.m. Bring a dessert to share if you like. Pastor Neal Dearyan will give a devotional and there will be special music. This event is free and open to the public so invite friends and neighbors to come too. Chili Crossroads Bible Church, 29445 County Road 10, Fresno, OH 43824. 740-545-9707. www.chilibiblechurch.org. Ice Cream Social. Nellie Chapel UMC will be having their annual Ice Cream Social on Saturday, June 30 from 4:30 - 6:30 p.m. at the Nellie Community Center in the Village of Nellie. Menu includes hot sandwiches, salads, homemade pies and ice cream for a donation. All proceeds will benefit Nellie Chapel UMC missions. The Walhonding Rube Band will also be performing during the meal. The Village of Nellie is located four miles west of Warsaw off of US 36 and SR 79.


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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. Community Dinner. The Presbyterian Church located at the corner of 4th and Chestnut, has a community dinner the second Wednesday of every month at 5:30 p.m. The dinner is served in the Fellowship Hall located in the basement of the church.

Antique Power Association. The Coshocton County Antique Power Association will meet on the following Sundays in the Tractor Supply Building at 3 p.m.: 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.

Clubs and Organizations Herb Fair. The Roscoe Village Herb Society invites you to their 16th bi-annual herb fair. It will be June 23 at the Emmanuel Lutheran Church Fellowship Hall. Starting time is 10:30 a.m. Mary Lewis will speak. She is a master gardener and coordinator of the Governor’s residence and heritage gardens. An excellent lunch will be served. There will be door prizes, and a quilt and basket raffles. Call 622-3396 for reservations.

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A great recreational farm that provides an immediate return on investment with substantial income from a cell tower lease & an owned gas/ oil well. The property also is not under any current or active leases for oil & gas and is located within the ODNR Utica shale play map. This farm is located on a dead end road and the trees create a natural barrier providing a very secluded setting. The ranch home has 2 bedrooms, full bath, kitchen, living room with stone fireplace, laundry/utility room. This home was previously rented for $800 per month and could be used as a rental or would make a nice permanent residence or a great hunting cabin. Utilities include well & septic, central air, gas forced air heat. 32’x60’ Pole Building has 2 overhead doors, electric and plumbed for gas. The land is mostly wooded with some mature timber. The cell tower produces $8,500/year and the gas/oil well has been producing around $2,200 per month in oil. This is one of those rare opportunities to invest in rural acreage that has a built in cash flow of this significance! For maps, parcel information, title opinion, & timber evaluation please visit our website www.kaufman-auctions.com or contact Curt. PARCEL 1: 20.084 Acres w/ ranch home & pole building. Surface rights only. PARCEL 1A: Gas & Oil Rights only for Parcel 1. No current or active leases. PARCEL 2: 44.289 Acres w/ cell tower site. Surface rights only. PARCEL 2A: Gas & Oil Rights and existing owned gas/oil well. No current or active leases. TERMS: 10% nonrefundable down payment, balance at closing, no financing contingencies. In bidding buyer is asserting that they will have the funds to close. 10% buyer’s premium will be added to highest bid price to determine final contract price. Any required inspections must be completed prior to bidding. All information gathered from sources deemed accurate but is not guaranteed. Buyer must independently investigate and confirm any information or assumptions on which any bid is based. Farm will be offered in parcels & combinations. Legal: Parcel #’s 01403204600 & 01403204000 located in Fallsbury Twp. of Licking County and the Riverview LSD. Taxes are $1,917.33 per half year. Auction by order of: David Hershberger

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Coins: 237 lots of coins, to include Proof sets, Silver Eagles, Uncirculated sets, Morgan and Peace Dollars, and much more. Guns: US 30 Cal. M1 Carbine, Ithaca M-66 super single 410, Companhia Brasileira De Cartuchos 20 Ga. Mod. SB and 410 Mod. 151, Remington 870 Express 20 Ga. w/ both barrels w/ red dot, Ruger 22 single six, Raven 25 Mod. 25, Sentry gun safe, 100 plus pin knives, 12’ light canoe. Furniture: 32” LCD flat screen TV, Kitchen table w/6 chairs, Two Sun Twin Heaters, Roll top desk, Baby bed, Lamps, Stands, Household: Cloths steamer, Sentry fire proof safe, Baskets, Rugs, Linens, Christmas items, Misc. household items, Misc box lots. Antiques and Collectibles: Hull Brown Ware, Mosica pieces, Glassware, Queen Ann style Table w/6 chairs, Hall tree, Sm. Hall tree, High boy Dresser, Chairs, Slave locks, Crocks one w/blue lettering, jugs, 2 planters peanuts jars, Oak candle stand, 2 oak coat stands, School desk, hand carved cane. Tools: 42” Huskee lawn tractor, push mower, Belt Sander, like new Yard Machine snow blower, Brute s/p mower, Sm. Table saw, Hand tools, Router w/ table, Misc. hand tools. Four Wheeler: 2006 Polaris Hawkeye 4X4. Van: Six passenger 2002 Ford Windstar loaded w/90,596 miles Great shape. Camaro: 1979 1 owner Chevy Camaro Rally Sport w/19,441 actual miles 350 4 speed two tone paint. Car is in excellent shape. Sells with reserve. Notes: Partial list much, much more not listed. Will be running two rings. Photos and complete coin list at www.coshoctonauctions.com or www.auctionzip.com Auctioneer ID #5771 Auctioneers: Paul Bratton and Mickey McNeish Terms: Cash or good check, Items sell as-is, Still un-packing, Partial List

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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: 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@

GPS Coordinates: 40.1934432983398 -82.2602920532227. Location: 11000 Fallsburg Rd. NE Frazeysburg OH 43822. From Newark & Rt. 16 take SR 79 north 13 miles to Fallsburg Rd. to farm. From SR 541 midway between Martinsburg & Coshocton take SR 79 south 11 miles to Fallsburg Rd. to farm. Watch for signs!

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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. 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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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.

osu.edu. OSU Extension is located at 724 South 7th Street, Room 110, Coshocton. For a complete flyer, visit www.coshocton.osu.edu.

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Christian and Jazz Music. Nationally known Smooth Jazz Artist flugelhorn player, David Wells will be in concert with his band at the Keene United Methodist Church, located at 27100 County Road 1, on Saturday, June 30 at 7 p.m. Enjoy an evening of Christian and jazz music. Bring a lawn chair for this outside concert. In the event of rain, the concert will be moved to the church sanctuary. A freewill offering will be taken.

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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.

School Events Adams Mills Reunion. The Adams Mills alumni and school reunion will be 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.

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25th Class Reunion. The Coshocton High School Class of 1987 will be having their 25th year class reunion on July 13, 14, and 15. Please contact Sherri Dawson Matis at 740-545-6545 as soon as possible for details. 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.

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Large Meeting Room anytime from 10 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. ‘Dream Big-Read!’ at The Coshocton Public Library. Wednesday, June 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 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. Thursday, June 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 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. Saturday, June 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.


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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.

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June 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

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rall Waterloo NY corn sheller; several other corn shellers; gates; sheep feeders; tack box; McCulloch mite-e-lite generator; Guns: Winchester mod 11 12ga suicide gun; Remington mod 700 308cal w/scope; Remington mod 581 22cal w/scope; Thompson Center 45 and 54 cal muzzle loaders; Daisy pellet hand gun; Ruger single 6 chrome 45 never fired; Daisy Red Ryder BB gun in box; Pellet gun; Holsters; Knives: Case, Old Timer, Frontier, Barlow, Schrade; traps; trap pack basket; walking stick; straight razors; Antiques-Collectibles- Primitives: Wesson oil mayonnaise maker jar; decanter w/Pewter ring; Mohawk liquor bottle; Heisey pcs. Inc. tooth pick holder, cup and saucer, nut tray, plate, hordivores plate; green and pink depression; Limoges painted plat; Newark, Ohio Bottles: Coca-Cola and Consumers Brewing Co.; 2 pc Viking glass; Pottery Pcs. Inc. McCoy, Hull, Drake, Shawnee, Beaumont Bros.; baveria; jumbo peanut butter elephant; 4qt butter churn; avon; pure food sanitary cooking ware; vases; 2 pint milk bottles one marked Fleming; clear glass; glass bells; Nippon; glass lighter; decanters; jewelry box; enamel ware; knick knacks; wood rolling pin; old cooking utensils; cookie jar; old baby dolls w/wire joints; Ironstone pitcher and bowl; Goodrich Emblem; 10 cents toy Harrah’s slot machine; manicure set; King comic book; 2 Ladies wrist watches; bottle openers; pins; pencil sharpeners; quilts; glass handle serving set; relish tray; kraut board; wash boards; rug beaters; serving trays; oil lamps; dinner basket; blue mason jars Ball and Atlas; mason jars; music box; dresser; round kit table; enamel top table; Victrola; Victrola records inc. Old Crows; copper kettles; old bottles; Jersey Bell #7; dinner bell; old hand tools; cast iron pitcher pump; apple peelers; cast iron tractor seats; Deitz railroad lantern; railroad caboose stove; Handlin St. Louis oil can; milk cans; conserve cooker; sled; stillyards scale; cast iron pots; pig scalers; platform scales; husking pegs; hay forks; 2 metal pedal cars; crocks and jugs; 20gal crock; lard press; wagon wheel; horse collar w/mirror; corn jobbers; forge blower; wood pulley’s; painted 2 man cross cut saw; hay knife; prince Albert tins; Sir Walter Raleigh tin; grinding stones; Crosley field plaque; 1959 Indianapolis 500 ticket never used; Jimmy Bryan glass mug; Regulator mantle clock; Anheuser Busch 1941 tractor trailer bank; old pipes; new Coke cooler; new Pennzoil replica gas pump; books; metal porch glider; 6 Longaberger baskets; xmas decorations; extension ladder; step ladder; Royal typewriter; roaster; his and hers free spirit bikes; camping equipment; Auctioneers note: There are still boxes to be unpacked bring a friend two rings. Guns off sight until sale day. Terms: Cash or check w/photo ID Food Available Owners: Robert and Marilyn Stradley

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Monday, June 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!

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Monday, June 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.

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award winners. The plans also include a banquet facility and baseball stadium complex. The tournament features a very unique format. Each team is comprised of three 2-man scramble teams. The teams will record the two best scores of the three on each hole. There is a blue tee division that also offers an optional cash pot, and a white tee division for teams of event supporters. Entry is $65 per person and is open the first 16 teams. Joe Charboneau, the 1980 Rookie of the Year CONTRIBUTED TO THE BEACON I Can Cope is a free educational program for adults for the Cleveland Indians, has again committed facing cancer – either personally, or as a friend or to attend. Contact the Pro Shop at River Greens family caregiver. Knowledge is power, and the for more information at 888-584-4495. more you know about what is happening during cancer diagnosis and treatment, the better equipped BOB & MARILYN STRADLEY you will be to handle each step of the journey. PUBLIC AUCTION I Can Cope classes can help dispel cancer myths by presenting straightforward information Sat., June 23rd at 10:00 AM and answers to your cancer-related questions. ANTIQUES - COLLECTIBLES - PRIMITIVES I Can Cope classes are available in some JD TRACTORS - GUNS communities across the country. There is no charge Our families have lived on the farm over 100 years and we have defor attending I Can Cope classes. You do not need cided to sell at public auction the following items LOCATED AT 6333 a doctor’s referral, but for planning purposes pre- FALLSBURG RD. (ST. RT. 79 N) (WILKINS CORNERS) NEWARK, 43055. To locate from Newark on St. Rt. 16 go North on St. Rt. 79 registration may be required. For information OHIO approx. 6 miles to sale site. about I Can Cope classes in your area, call 1-800- Tractors-Equipment: John Deere H; John Deere LA w/mounted sickle 227-2345, or visit www.cancer.org. A class will bar mower; cast iron JD wall hanging; 3pt 3 bottom plow; Ford 8’ transbe offered Wednesday, June 27, at the Cancer port disk; IH 102 manure spreader; Hesston 1070 7’ mower conditioner; Ford 1 row 3pt mounted corn picker mod 601; 3 pt John Deere 43 corn Resource Center on Main Street in Coshocton (next sheller; Gravity bed wagon; hay elevator; 2 hay wagons; harrow; 3pt to Linnett’s Flowers). Guest speaker will be Tracey bale spear; 3pt carry box; two wheel trailer; Gravley walk behind mower; horse drawn breaking plow; bush hog lawn seeder; wire fence; roll barb Vlahos, who is a wellness coach. wire; chain link fence; Craftsman 6.5 hp chipper/shredder; W. D. Bur-

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Land Transfers: 6/6 Alva W. Kirk to Federal National Mortgage Association; $51,905 James A. Tackett and Jessica J. Tackett to JP Morgan Chase Bank, National Association; $27,625 Richard G. Stowers and Deanna L. Vojacek to Deutsche Bank National Company; $52,000

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Marriages: Robert Mitchell Hinds of Millersburg to Kelly Lee Collett of Millersburg Timothy D. Campbell of Somerset, KY to Nikia Hamilton of West Lafayette Steven Tyler Hall of Fresno to Lisa Marie Oyler of Fresno John Jay Eckelberry of Coshocton to Linda Louise Cochran of Coshocton Michael Allen Gibson of Fresno to Jenna Layne Horn of Fresno Michael David Allman of Coshocton to Dixie Lee Untied of Coshocton Neal Stanley Fox of Coshocton to Kaitlyn Maureen McCarthy of Coshocton Joseph Jackson Wartes of Vienna, WV to Brandy Nichole Mossburg of Vienna, WV Joshua Eric Gamertsfelder of Warsaw to Stephanie Evelyn Richcreek of Coshocton

River Greens Golf Club will again host the second annual Cy Young 6-man Challenge on July 7. This fundraiser sponsored by the WM Brode Company, is for the Newcomerstown Cy Young Hall of Fame and Baseball Complex committee. Last summer, local leaders revealed the plans for an extensive project to construct a Hall of Fame and Museum for Cy Young and all Cy Young

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CHILI/NEW BEDFORD AREA

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.

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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.

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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.

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 0021_060612

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NATIVE HISTORY Dave Apple, retired teacher at both Coshocton and Ridge-

wood, gave an oral presentation at the West Lafayette Library on Tuesday, June 12 about Native American history in Coshocton County. Apple has been collecting Native American and Early American artifacts his entire life and shared some of his findings with local residents who gathered at the outdoor library shelter to hear his stories. He talked about Native history and incorporated local roads and how they date back to Native times and how the Natives used them. Holding up one of his spearheads, he said, “To call anything before 500 years ago an arrowhead is wrong. They had no bows back then.” In this picture, he is displaying what many believed to be a huge spearhead. Apple explained that this was actually used as currency. The West Lafayette Library provided homemade cookies, iced tea, and water for refreshments. BEACON PHOTO BY BETH SCOTT

Gospel in the Park

MUSIC Gospel in the Park was held June 16 and included music from various

church groups and a spaghetti dinner at Burt Park in West Lafayette. The first group to perform was Liberty Worship, which was followed by Chloe and Addie Crouso, Cheryl Peiter and X4J – Coshocton Christian Tabernacle Youth Group. “It wasn’t hard to get people to perform,” said Patty Griffith, who organized the entertainment. “I just had to ask and people volunteered.” The event was planned by the West Lafayette Chamber of Commerce, which plans to use funds raised to renovate the eat stand. “We wanted to get people out and give them something to do,” said Christie Maurer, president of the Chamber of Commerce. BEACON

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Yarn Art Camp is coming to the Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum Monday, June 25, and winding up on Friday, June 29. The four-day camp runs from 9 a.m. to noon and is geared to girls and boys, ages 9 to 13. Participants will work on a new yarn project each day. Monday is decorative yarn globes; Tuesday is hemp necklaces and friendship bracelets; Wednesday is crocheting a granny square; and Thursday is crocheting a personal project, such as a hacky sack, scarf or flower. Each participant will crochet a granny square to contribute to an afghan for the museum. The afghan will be put on display and later auctioned off to benefit the museum. Instructor for Yarn Art Camp is Jessie Tubbs. Cost is $40 ($35 for Friends of the Museum) and includes all materials). Prepaid registration is required. The Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum is located in Roscoe Village at 300 N. Whitewoman St. Museum summer hours are noon to 5 p.m. daily. To register or for more information, call 622-8710. The Ohio SAT., JUNE 30th • 10am Arts Council helped fund this program with 15530 C.R. 274 • COSHOCTON state tax dollars to (WILLS CREEK) OHIO encourage economic Directions: From Coshocton take S.R. 83 S. to C.R. 429 (R) growth, educational 429 turns into 274. excellence and cultural From Muskingum County take S.R. 83 N. to C.R. 429 (L) 429 enrichment for all turns into 274. Ohioans. Glassware, Furniture, Restaurant Equipment, Antiques, Collectibles

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Notes: This is a large quality auction. This is a partial list much, much more not listed. Will be running two rings. Come spend the day Photos at www.coshoctonauctions. com or www.auctionzip.com Auctioneer ID #5771 Auctioneers: Paul Bratton and Mickey McNeish Terms: Cash or good check, Items sell as-is, Still un-packing, Partial List

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Were you a top scorer in Nintendo or Yahtzee or typically the last man standing in Monopoly or Jenga? The Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum is hosting a Retro-Games Tournament from 7 to 10 p.m. Saturday, June 23. The public is invited to come, compete in a variety of games or just watch those who do. The featured competition will be in Mario Brothers— two NES consoles will be available. The winner will receive a prize. Combatants may also choose a game from the Sega and Super Nintendo systems to earn highest scorer fame. There will also be board games set up - Clue, Monopoly, Yahtzee and Jenga. A Dungeon and Dragons game (with dungeon master) will also be occurring, pending sufficient pre-registration by Thinking about selling? experienced players. For those who would rather socialize and hang out, there will be Twister and CALL MARC LACY NOW! a number of Etch A Sketches. I have serious buyer clients JHM’s Retro-Games Tournament will take who purchase acreage! place in the Pop Culture special exhibit gallery so attendees will have ample time to check out – large parcels preferred the displays. General admission is $3 and $2 for – mineral rights preferred youth under 18. Refreshments will be available for purchase during the evening. – gas & oil rights leased or unleased Participants are encouraged to register – timber harvested or unharvested ahead of time, especially to participate in the – buildings or vacant acreage Mario Brothers’ tournament and in Dungeon – Coshocton and surrounding counties and Dragons. To register, contact the JohnsonHumrickhouse Museum at 622-8710, or e-mail “IF YOU THINK LAND... jhmuseum@jhmuseum.org. The JohnsonMARC LACY’S YOUR MAN!” Humrickhouse Museum is located at 300 N. Call Agent Marc Lacy... Whitewoman Street in Roscoe Village.

Antiques and Collectibles: Gumball machine, IGA sign, green stamp sign, parking meters, Pepsi thermometer, squirt clock, Pepsi clock, Budweiser sign, cook books, 30 plus Longaberger baskets, porcelain dolls, toys, costume jewelry, 2 cast-iron bells, cider press, library ladder, Wills Creek original store sign, much more. Glassware: Heisey, Mosser, Imperial, Fenton, Carnival glass, much more. Restaurant Equipment: Toledo meat scales, Hamilton Beach multi mixer, four well steam table, metal shelving, wash racks, 2 speed racks, 2 jets sprays, 8 doz. soup crocks, drink dispensers, air pots, (2) 40 cup coffee pots, four unit sterno Shafer, 9’ stainless steel counter with sink, 8’ 6” cold prep table w/ hot well, Alum. Mixing bowls, 4’ prep table, 5’ stainless steel clean dish counter, 5’ 6” stainless dirty dish table w/ sink, drink coolers, half round tables, commercial disposal, table condiment holders, buffet pans, much more. Furniture: Sm. Roll top desk, pedestal table and chairs, couch, sectional couch, dressers, twin bed, coffee table, oak flower stands, quilt rack, full size bed, glider rocker, wishbone wash stand, much more. Household: Lg. Chest freezer, vanities, stove, dish sets, refrigerator, pots and pans, glassware, much more. Tools: craftsman mower no deck, craftsman 18.5 hp 42” deck, 2 wheel line trailer, much more. Miscellaneous: bikes, 150 plus ceramic molds, doilies, Linens, lots of box lots.

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Eight contestants took part in the Coshocton Hot Air Balloon Festival Singing Showdown competition June 10 at the Coshocton County Fairgrounds. Madeline Brecklemyer, left, of Heath, took home the $100 cash prize for her firstplace finish, while Tim Cook of Warsaw, placed second, and Shawn Choma of Nashport, was third. RD Promotions holds the singing contests annually at the balloon festival, Dresden Homecoming and Lorain County Fair with the top three finishers eligible to compete at the Singing Showdown held during the Coshocton County Fair in October. For details, visit www.singingshowdown.com. PHOTO

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BALTIC, OHIO

Location: 207 South Butler Street Baltic, Ohio 43804. At the square in Baltic, Ohio take West Main Street to South Butler to property. Signs posted.

Thurs., June 28 • 4pm REAL ESTATE SELLS AT 6:00PM

2 Story 3 BR Home on 50x150 Lot * Detached 1 Car Garage * Great Starter Home * Garaway Schools * Bucks Twp * Tuscarawas County * Car * Collectibles * Household

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CAR: 1994 Chevy Corsica, 44,000 miles; FURNITURE * HOUSEHOLD: desk w/ book shelf top made by Arthur Helwig; lamp stand made by Arthur Helwig; 2 blanket chests; 3 dressers with mirrors; 2 full size beds; 2 single beds; 2 chest of drawers; 4 metal wardrobes; 5 wood chairs; sofa; blue rocker; wood swivel office chair; elec. Maytag stove; G.E. refrigerator; Crosley chest freezer; treadle sewing machine; sm. drop leaf table; speed queen wringer washer; Maytag wringer washer w/ elec. motor; plant stands; porch glider; rocker; chair; Hoover sweeper; wood wardrobe; night stand; set of 4 chairs; T.V.; mag. rack; table w/ 4 chairs; cookware; Pyrex cake pans; mixing bowls; set of 6-8 glasses; Rogers nickel silver flatware; Tupperware; freezer boxes; lots of everyday dishes; Pyrex pie pans; canning jars; towels; bedding; Elgin battery clock; ANTIQUES * COLLECTIBLES * QUILTS * COINS: wood ice box; meat bench; humpback trunk; flour box; horse/cattle powder J.M. Rinehart Baltic; more Baltic items; 5 gal. crock; misc. crocks; cast iron skillets; 3–1935 1-1936 Coca Cola trays; 3-1933 Fehr’s Brewing Co. trays; 9 Fehr’s Beer – H.D. Beach Coshocton, Oh trays; 2 peoples choice trays; wood laundry basket; wood crates; old valentines; sewing baskets; old buttons; tin lunch box; wood Rose Bud box; spool corner shelf; 2 Swiss cow bells; granite pitcher; granite coffee pots; cherry stoner; old flatware; old china bowls; yellow ware; Germany –England dishes; Marigold Carnival Berry set; hens-on-nest; Imperial pitcher; Pink/Green Depression glass; Fenton covered dish; washboards; 25 old quilts, good condition; 6 old comforters, good condition; old pictures; B.F. Goodrich ash tray; Peter Rabbit kiddie tin; Hankies; small safe; jewelry; Sohio outboard motor oil tin; wood roasted coffee box; rooster weather vane; block planes; draw knife; 1865-1867 2 cent pieces; 1859 Indian head penny; 1881 – 3 cent piece; 1847 lg. cent; 1868 shield nickel; 1976- $2.00 bills; Ike dollars; Kennedy halves; Early 1900’s 5 cent – 10 cent – 50 cent pieces; 1898 Morgan STORAGE BUILDING * TOOLS: 10x12 storage building w/ vinyl siding; Toro 22” personal pace mower; 16’ alum. ext. ladder ; wheel barrow; shovels; rakes; fork; brace – bits; gas cans; misc. hand tools NOTE: Very clean antiques and household auction. Quilts sell at 5:00 p.m. CHATTEL TERMS: Cash or good check LUNCH STAND

Sale By Order Of: Esta Snyder

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Matthew Addison Els, son of Jon and Lynn Els of Warsaw, received his Bachelor of Science Degree in Construction Systems Management from The Ohio State University on Sunday, June 10. Matthew has been hired by Kiewit Power, and will be relocating to Lenexa, KS the first week of July. This was The Ohio State University’s 400th Commencement Ceremony with 10,462 graduates, the largest graduating class ever. w DALE GRESS w REAL ESTATE w

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Wednesday, June 27, 5:00pm 710 Adams St., Conesville FORMER POSSESSIONS OF ED & ANNA COX

HOUSEHOLD & FURNISHINGS G.E. ref/freezer, Frigidaire washer, Hoover, dryer, 3pc. bedroom suite, Zenith T.V., Panasonic microwave, small kitchen appliances, kitchen utensils, desk, bookshelves, lamp stands, lamps, fans, sofa, Platform rocker, misc. books, set of golf clubs, bedding, Christmas decorations. ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES 2-Coke trays, Oak buffet, costume jewelry, lace table cloths, fruit jars, misc. toys, 10 gal crock, red wagon, slaw cutter, Captains chair, Duncan Phyfe lamp stand, china closet, Shirley Temple pitcher, service 8 WM Rogers, Misc Heisey, Oak hall tree, 2pc Decca bedroom suite, 78 & 45 records, Chifarobe, Doilies, cedar chest, Misc. glassware & china. LAWN, GARDEN & MISC. Snapper Rider Hi Vac, 3.5 hp mower, garden hose, gas cans, lawn chairs, Misc. hand & garden tools, Much more not listed. Many Photos at www.dalegress.com Terms: Cash or approved check day of Auction. ID required. Owner: Tisko Terry Longsworth - Auctioneer

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Here is an opportunity to purchase a great affordable starter home. Located in the village of Baltic this home features a kitchen/dining area, living room, 1 bedroom, ½ bath, mud room & an enclosed porch on the main floor. Upstairs are an additional 2 possibly 3 bedrooms. Home has gas forced air heat, replacement windows and sits on a nice level lot with a 1 car detached garage. Join us for the open house and see what this property can do for you! Legal: Parcel # 06-00215-000. Taxes are $110.30 per half year. Bucks Twp., Tuscarawas County, Garaway Schools. Contact Jr. Miller for more details. Real Estate sells at 6:00 p.m. Real Estate Terms: 10% nonrefundable down payment made day of auction, balance due at closing. No financing contingencies. Any required inspections must be completed prior to bidding. All information contained herein derived from sources deemed reliable but not warranted.

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FINNELL CONTRIBUTED TO THE BEACON Chuck and Judy Finnell will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary on Sunday, July 1. The former Judy Stark and Chuck Finnell were united in marriage July 1, 1962 at the Canal Lewisville Methodist Church by Rev. Russell Hoy. Judy is the daughter of the late Clarence and Neva Stark, and Chuck is the son of the late William and Helen Finnell. The couple have a daughter, Sherri (Mark) Gibson and a son, Scott (Amy) Finnell. They also have five grandchildren, Taylor and Jessie Gibson and Josie, Emily, and David Finnell. Judy is a photographer and is retired from American Electric Power and Chuck is retired from General Electric. The couple are members of the Roscoe United Methodist Church.

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resides in Coshocton with her two children and is an active member of Coshocton Kiwanis and is a Girl Scout Leader. “I’m looking forward to the challenges ahead,” she said. “This is a great opportunity.” The Chamber will host a reception from 4 to 6 p.m. Friday, June 22, to welcome Stockdale and celebrate Remington’s retirement. The public is welcome to attend. The Coshocton County Chamber of Commerce is located at 401 Main St. and can be found on the internet at www. coshoctonchamber.com.


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20734 CR6, June 21, 22, 23; 9-6. Boys, girls 5-7, name brand junior boys and girls, men and women’s, 8 man tent, grills, stand mixer, ice cream and bread makers, 36 inch doors: storm HELP WANTED with screen/ interior/bifold, 2 truck caps, DP FreeTACO BELL weight system with rowNOW HIRING ing machine and weight MANAGERS! bars, older big screen WE ARE CURRENTLY TV, collectible dolls, qsz LOOKING FOR HOURLY matching bed spread AND SALARIED MANAG- curtains and shams, ERS TO FILL POSITIONS twin bed and mattress, IN THE FOLLOWING LO- computer keyboards, CATIONS: 795 S. 2ND ST. weed eater, lots of misc. COSHOCTON AND NEW TOWNE MALL 2471 S. 7th St. Yard Sale. If you are interested, Fri. 6/22, Sat. 6/23; 9amplease call Molly at: 6pm. Clothing, household, (614) 582-8361 or homemade crafts, toys, Submit your resume to dolly, misc. MRROMANO@mail.com to apply 3 Family Garage Sale. Friday, June 22; 9-4 and SERVICES OFFERED June 23; 9-12. Household, pictures, bedding, canning Lawn Care, Lawn mow- jars, baby girls clothes, ing, light landscaping. 12 months, baby bed, Tree and bush trimming high chair, baby Tykes and removal. Stump re- toys, Longaberger, Coach moval, power washing. purses, clothes of all sizSmall and large jobs are es. Lots more. 1/2 Mile welcomed. Reasonable 541 West to Hillsdale Dr. and reliable. 740-294621 E. Main St. West 9589 anytime. Lafayette. 6/21 & 6/22; FARM EQUIPMENT 9-5. Antiques, coins, jewels, clothing, baby items, 5ft. pull type brush hog. glassware, furniture, old 3pt. 7ft. blade. 740-824- Coke trays, and lots of 4307 misc. Porcelain dolls.

Multi Family Garage Sale. Saturday, 6/23; 8-4. Baby items, furniture. Clothes including plus sizes, lots of misc. items. 433 Mulberry, Coshocton

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ATTENTION! WANTING TO CONTACT all previous Tri County School of Practical Nursing graduates for an alumni reunion. FMI: contact Dorothy Kent 740-622-8889

Huge Garage Sale, June 22 & 23; 9-5. 503 River Rd. beside Roberta’s Catering. Dressers, treadmill, truck cap, lawn furniture, plus size women’s clothing, children’s clothing, toys, lots of misc.

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