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ictured is 11 year old Kyle Daugherty, son of Bill and Caroline Daugherty of the Keene area. Daugherty will be a sixth grader at Keene Elementary this fall and this was his first time pulling. The tractor is his Uncle Vern Mizer’s 1950 McCormick Farmall – and Daugherty said, “We still use the tractor for square bales and as a utility tractor. This was my first time to pull – it was fun!” When asked about his pull, the 11 year old simply replied, “Well, I got caught up a bit in the beginning – there was a hole and I couldn’t get out of it like I wanted to”. As many readers know, Kyle’s mom, Caroline, recently retired as the head coach of the River View High School girls basketball program. The Beacon asked the young man about that, and he said, “I’m going to miss seeing all the girls – and all the fun we had. It was great”. (Beacon photo by Mark Fortune)

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Mark’s Musings

ell friends, we’ve got some trouble in River City, as they say. No, I‘m not talking about Coshocton County! I am referring to Tehran. This election dispute could get real bad, real quick. Any opinions on this situation? Should we get involved? Stay out? If we were to get involved, what would we do? This is a sticky one that seems to have fired up the younger voters – especially the young women – in Iran. This is one example where the social network of Twitter, Facebook and other sources has allowed the people to communicate with the world despite the government crackdown on the tried and true news media. It is highly possible that we have just witnessed an historic event in that realm. Dictators and tyrants beware. On the local scene, our sources tell us that around

3500 people went to the calling hours for Matt Lingo. What a tremendous outpouring of community support for this family! Let’s make sure that the support continues. Another family that needs our support is that of two year old Reina Patterson. This young child’s tragic death is just simply inexcusable and abhorrent. Let us hope that some lesson is learned in some way from this horrific tragedy. Our community is better than this – and now we need to prove it. This does not mean that Coshocton County is “lily white” nor does it mean that we do not have some bad apples. EVERY community does. It is HOW we respond that will set us apart from other communities around our state and the country. If you had the opportunity to attend some of the many events held over the past couple of weekends – Dulcimer Day’s, Bakersville Volunteer Fire Department Chicken Barbeque, Corvette Show at Roscoe Village, vacation bible school programs, or any of the other events – you know that Coshocton County con-

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tinues to be blessed with giving people that volunteer their time, energy and talent to provide food and sponsorships for the events throughout our community. Did you know that people from Oklahoma, West Virginia, Indiana and our own community were here for Dulcimer Days this past weekend? Held at the Courtsquare under the cool shade provided by the trees that our forefathers had the foresight to plant many years ago – the event was a success. This is great music performed by great people. Have you been through Roscoe Village lately and stopped in at one of the shops that are owned and operated by local families to show your support? How about Main Street? Warsaw? West Lafayette? Downtowner Plaza? Maybe you’ve been to a corner store or diner located in one of the more outlying communities like West Bedford, Plainfield, Cooperdale, or perhaps, like me, you enjoyed the delicious chicken barbeque at Bakersville on Saturday night. And my favorite time of the summer is approaching! It’s ice cream social time! The Keene Grange social was fabulous and Isleta UMC is coming up!

I am sure there are others. Speaking of homemade ice cream, I have attempted to make homemade ice cream twice this summer – and each time the freezer just keeps on running. This is not good. We are using the same recipe that we have used for years – I am thinking that the freezer motor is just plain worn out and can’t turn the crank fast enough anymore. Sound familiar? It could be time for a new one! Motor, that is. Oh, almost forgot to tell you, follow The Beacon on Twitter – Beacon43812. Seems like progress, huh?

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eople from the Bakersville area and other locations in the county always turn out in a big way for the annual Bakersville Volunteer Fire Department Chicken Barbeque and Tractor Pull. Bakersville Volunteer Fire Department Chief Bill Burgan said that the event has been going strong since the late 60’s and early 70’s. Burgan said, ‘This is our major fund-raiser for the department, we cook 900 chicken halves and started about 9:30 am (Saturday) this morning. We currently have 21 volunteers on the department. Burgan said, “I would to thank all of the volunteers that help make this event a success. Without their help it wouldn’t happen”.

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I am sending this THANK YOU to each and every person who has ever stopped by the New Life Ministries Food Stand at the Coshocton County Fair for the last eight years since I have been the Pastor. We have decided to no longer operate the food trailer at the fair for a number of reasons. As one person summed it up, “The trailer is wore out and so are we.” That sounds funny but we have had to put most of our profits into the trailer to keep it going each year and we have worked our helpers long and hard, and this will give them an opportunity to enjoy the Fair with their families for a change. We will dearly miss seeing all of you at the stand and have enjoyed the friendships we have developed over the years. You are the best! We will still be operating the parking lot which is a fundraiser for the teens here at church. Please feel free to stop by and say, “Hello” if you get a chance. Thank You for your patronage and May God’s very best always be yours. Sincerely,

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Over twenty students from Coshocton, Ridgewood, Newcomerstown and River View have been practicing four and five days a week for the past several weeks plus additional workshops on Saturday’s to prepare for the summer youth production opening of “Grease” at the Triple Locks Theater on July 9 at 8:00 pm. Directed by Shelly Lillibridge and Lynn

Jacobs, this school version of “Grease” is based on the Broadway musical and follows the exploits of “The T-Birds” and “The Pink Ladies”. Lynn Jacobs explained, “All of these kids are uber talented!” Shelly Lillibridge stated, “The talent for the musical is there – there is so much talent in this group of kids. They have practiced 28 times and a couple of Sat-

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urday’s along with numerous hours working on their own. Some of these kids have never met until this performance – they form bonds and friendships that continue beyond the experience. Combine that with the fact that some of these kids have never acted before . . . this helps the kids share something to do besides video games during the summer but it’s also a challenge to work around summer schedules. Despite that, we have a great group of kids and are ready for a great series of performances”. “Grease” will be performed at 8:00 pm on Thursday, July 9, Friday,

July 10, Saturday, July 11, Thursday, July 16, Friday, July 17 and Saturday, July 18. Special matinee performances will be held on Sunday, July 12 at 3:00 pm and Saturday, July 18 at 2:00 pm. For tickets call Triple Locks Theater at 740-622-29259. You can also visit the website at www.footlightplayers. com. “Grease” is produced by Becky Jacobs with Mike Abood as the musical director. A full orchestra of local musicians will accompany the performances. So get out the hair gel, poodle skirt and leather jacket and plan on attending “Grease” today!

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Pictured are the cast members of “Grease”, who will be performing the school version of the musical classic at the Triple Locks Theater beginning on July 9. Front row, from left to right are; Alexis Spitzer, Amanda Els, Hallie Thomas, Chester Boffo and Shelby Jacobs. Back row, left to right are; Macy Hannahs, Lauren Esselburn, Karl Blackson, Kayleigh Bowe, Blake Lillibridge, KaLyn Markley, Marley Cumbee, MacKenzie Martin, Cody Hacker, Ian Kelton, Marissa Crawford, Raymond Cunningham and Hannah Miller. Not pictured; Quinn Moody, Neal Fox and Ricky Neighbor. (Beacon photo by Mark Fortune)


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Band Blast 2009 to be on June 27 The Coshocton community will rock on June 27 from 5 p.m. - midnight at the annual Band Blast benefit concert for The Mentoring Center of Coshocton County (formerly Big Brothers Big Sisters) on the back lawn of Roberta’s Catering, 51 Pine Street, Coshocton. This day-long benefit concert will feature seven hard rock and heavy metal bands. The line-up includes The Sixth Degree, Broken Saint, KPC, Brokn November, Shadow of Silence, Bout, and Further Low.


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Thursday, July 9 – Chef Salad w/ Meat & Cheese, Banana, Muffin/Marg., Crackers, Milk. Friday, July 10 - Spaghetti w/ Meat Sauce, Tossed Salad, Italian Mix, Peaches, Garlic Bread, Milk. Monday, July 13 – Oven Fried Chicken, Scalloped Potatoes, Buttered Beets, Pears, Dinner Roll/ Marg. , Milk. Tuesday, July 14 – Ham Loaf, Whipped Sweet Potatoes, Broccoli, Spiced Apples, Biscuit/Marg., Milk. Wednesday, July 15 – Beef Teriyaki, Oriental Mix, Tomato Juice, Pineapple, Steamed Rice, Wheat Bread/Marg., Milk. Thursday, July 16 – Egg Salad w/ Bun, Potato Chowder, Cucumber Salad, Cantaloupe, Milk. Friday, July 17 - Chicken Noodle Casserole, Glazed Carrots, Peas, Grapes, Wheat Bread/Marg., Milk.

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Executive Director, Sheila Mayse, said, “We thought this would be a great way to help raise money for a worthwhile cause while still providing the community with a great entertainment opportunity.” In addition to the musical entertainment, there will be a cornhole tournament and auction. Roberta’s Catering (former location of the River Grille) is providing the location and barbecue style food. Audience members will have the opportunity to purchase novelty items, concert t-shirts, and

adult beverages at this is an over 21 event. Ticket prices are $10 for lawn and $20 for premium deck seating Premium seats are limited and include tables and chairs, wait staff service, and private restroom facilities. Tickets can be purchased at the Mentoring Center office at 441 Main Street, Coshocton or at the gate. For more information or to purchase tickets, call The Mentoring Center of Coshocton County at 623-8110. Big Brothers Big Sisters is a United Way agency.

Hopewell celebrates people with disabilities Hopewell Industries will have a Freedom Celebration on Wednesday, July 1 outside in the parking lot that celebrates the independence and choice of people with disabilities. Any disabled person in Coshocton

County is welcome to attend. The event will be from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. and will feature a guest speaker from People First, a free lunch at 11 a.m. and live music. At noon, people with dis-

abilities will be giving a speech. This is the first year of the Freedom Celebration, but, if this year goes well, this event will hopefully become an annual celebration.

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and is a unique structure to the region; it was built by local stonemason, David Kridler, using native sandstone. The amphitheater is intended to be used for weddings, music, garden lectures, and much more. The first wedding took place over Memorial Day weekend and there are several others booked into next year. Adjacent to the amphitheater is the new Rose Garden. This spring, over 100 bareroot roses were planted and are now in bloom.


Clary Gardens will be celebrating the Grand Opening of its new amphitheater--Theatre in the Ravine. The event takes place this July 4th and will include musical performances by the Rube Band (1:00 to 2:30 p.m.) and Wildwood and Friends (3:30 to 5:00 p.m.) The public is invited to come out to the garden and enjoy live music and free ice cream, provided by Coshocton’s Dairy Service Unit. The amphitheater was completed last summer

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Annin Recognizes Employees Mentoring Center of Coshocton

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Pictured are Donna “Cricket” Boyer, recognized for 30 years of service to Annin & Company and Director of Operations Rick Merrell. Boyer was presented with a cash award and a plaque at the annual company picnic and employee recognition ceremony held on June 15 at The Lake Park Pavilion. Boyer’s official date of hire was January 23, 1979. (Beacon photo by Mark Fortune)

ing of the event is no coincidence, said Rick Merrell, Director of Operations for Annin. “We do this every year to honor our employees and also in honor of Flag Day, which is June 14. When asked why he felt this event was important,










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tivities, and watch demonstrations of numerous law enforcement techniques and equipment. The objective of this program is to foster trust and build relationships with law enforcement, as well as to increase awareness of law enforcement through practical experiences. Examples of the day’s activities include crime scene investigation tactics, simulated suspect chase, simulated civilian rescue, exploring the features of the Mobile Command Unit and

armored personnel carrier, and demonstrations from specialty units such as the Mounted Unit, K-9 unit, and tactical squad. This event is open to all community children, ages 8-18. The cost is $10 per child. Lunch is provided. Space is limited. Registrations must be completed by June 15. For more information or to register, call The Mentoring Center of Coshocton County at 623-8110. Big Brothers Big Sisters is a United Way agency.

Joan McNeely BPW golf scramble held

Merrell said, “We want to make sure everyone knows how much of an asset to the company our employees truly are, and we recognize those employees with 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30 years or more of service. Secondly, since we make flags it’s important that we set aside a day and Flag Day is very appropriate for us. We had 185 employees attend today and we recognized 12 individuals with the years of service previously mentioned.” Pictured is one of the 8 foursomes that golfed during the annual Coshocton Business & Professional Women Joan McNeely Golf Scramble at River Greens Golf Course. Proceeds from the event provide two annual $1,000 scholarships for working women to further their education. Joan McNeely, for whom the event is named, said, “This event is held to help us provide scholarships for the working women in our community. I would like to thank the golfers that attended today’s event and also thank our sponsors; Novelty Advertising, Endsley Insurance, Auer Ace Hardware, River Greens Golf Course, Pearl Valley Cheese, Given Dawson Funeral Home and Edward Jones Investments. I would also like to thank the ladies of the BPW and our many door prize sponsors. From left to right are; Joan McNeely, Loretta Mast, Joan Ronshausen and Jean Ann Reed. The ladies said before teeing off that, “The conditions are good – but a little windy”. (Beacon photo by Mark Fortune)

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In what has become an annual event for the employees of Coshocton’s own flag making icon, Annin & Company took the time to recognize their staff and employees with a lunch at the Lake Park Pavilion on Monday, June 15. The tim-

The sixth Youth Law Enforcement Day Academy, hosted by the Mentoring Center of Coshocton (formerly Big Brothers Big Sisters) and the Coshocton County Sheriff will be Wednesday, June 29 at the Coshocton County Sheriff’s Training Range from 9 am-2 pm. Youth, ranging in age from 8-18, will have the chance to interact with local law enforcement officials, learn what it takes to become a law enforcement officer, participate in hands-on ac-

Cooper tribute band. Then at 9 p.m. an Aerosmith tribute band, Toys in the Attic, will perform. They are another professional touring band.” The event will also include food, beer, door prizes and primitive camping. Parks says the fundraiser is meant to be a fun time for all ages. “We will be having good, clean fun and 100 percent of the proceeds will be donated to Hospice of Coshocton,” he said. “Everyone is welcome to come. Walk-in admission is just $5 and that includes the concerts.” The Coshocton Memorial Fest Committee is grateful to the number of local businesses who have contributed money and door prizes to the event. “We are


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Parks. “We decided to combine the two events together this year.” There are four entry classes for the Sam Rivera Memorial Bike Show—custom, stock, vintage and metric. The registration is $10 per bike for anyone who chooses to just enter the bike show and not the poker run. The entry fee will also include the concert admission. As part of the bike show, three bike builders will have their custom-made bikes on display. The concert will begin around 4 p.m. with the Coshocton band Six Degree, followed by another local group, S.O.L. “Around 7:30 p.m. the professional touring band, The Nightmare, will perform,” said Parks. “They are an Alice


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Pictured is Steve Miller of CCMH grilling some burgers at the 2008 Memorial Fest. This year’s event will be Saturday, July 11 at Agents Realty and Auction Service located on County Road 621.

also thankful for Mary and Sheri with Agents Realty and Auction Service for all their help and for the use of their facility,” said Parks. “Brent at Fortune’s Boot Shop also helps us out a lot.” Other major sponsors include Twisted Image Cycles, DeMarco Productions and Parks says they hope to expand the event next year to include vendors. If anyone is interested in getting involved with The Coshocton Memorial Fest Committee to help plan future events, or for questions about this year’s fundraiser, contact Mike Parks at (740) 5020513 or Mickey Smith at (740) 294-7878. Tickets for the 5th Annual Coshocton Memorial Fest Poker Run and Sam Rivera Memorial Bike Show will be available at the gate or can be purchased in advance at Fortune’s Boot Shop, 23024 CR 621, or call them at 622-0086.


Bikes and Bands join together to raise money for Hospice By Jan Myers The 5th Annual Coshocton Memorial Fest Poker Run and the Sam Rivera Memorial Bike Show will be Saturday, July 11 at Agents Realty and Auction Complex, 23024 County Road 621, Coshocton. The Coshocton Memorial Fest Committee hosts this event each year to raise money for Hospice of Coshocton. Over $32,000 has been donated to Hospice from the previous four years’ events. Mickey Smith of Twisted Image Cycles, and Mike Parks are the co-chairs of the Memorial Fest Committee. “We definitely couldn’t do all this without our committee of six or so other people,” said Parks. “We have all had personal family experience with Hospice and feel strongly that we want to help contribute to the organization.” The event will include a motorcycle poker run. Registration will begin at 9 a.m. and the last bike is to go out by noon. The cost to participate in the poker run is $15 per driver or $20 per couple. The poker run registration includes all the days’ events including the bike show and the concert. New to the event this year is the Sam Rivera Memorial Bike Show. “Mickey Smith held the bike show last year at Gators,” said

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are the major donors to the fireworks display; The City of Coshocton, Towne Centre Association, Coshocton County Memorial Hospital, Pepsi-Cola Bottling Company, MFM Building Products, Rotary Club of Coshocton, Century National Bank and SanCast. You can experience all the events of the entire day at the Fairgrounds for only $5 per adult and $10 per couple or family. Make sure you bring your lawn chair.

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Members of the OSU Fencing Team and treasure hunts will both add to the fun at this year’s 4-H Junior Camp, July 5th- July 9th at 4-H Camp Ohio! “4-H Camp: A Pirate’s Life for Me” is our theme for 2009 as we do different fun activities around our pirate theme at camp. A special event this year following our pirate theme is an all-camp session with students and a coach on the OSU Fencing team demonstrating fencing skills and telling about the equipment. Campers will also be working in groups one evening to follow treasure maps and clues to search all over camp to find hidden treasure boxes. One afternoon will be “game time” as campers play “Human Fooseball”, “Fun Noodle Games”, and “Human Plinko”. The last day, the camper groups will also be building cardboard pirate ships at the stream, putting a camper inside, and seeing which ship floats the longest time. Additional fun activities include campfires, overnight camping, crafts, dances, trapshooting, hikes, creeking, swimming, zipping, skits, archery, line dancing, cookout, launching rockets and much more at 4-H Camp Ohio.

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Any youth, boy or girl, ages 8 and in the third grade on January 1, 2009, may attend 4-H Junior Camp. Youth finishing the 8th grade and entering the 9th grade will attend as a last-year camper. Also campers should consider making a 4-H Camp Lamp taught by personnel from The Frontier Power Company. Campers who are at least 10 years old may sign up now for a special two-hour Scuba Diving class costing $30. A three-hour High Ropes session is available for campers who are at least 12 years old and pay the

additional $10. Camp fee for 4-H members is $162 and $172 for non-4-H members. There is a $10 discount for siblings in 4-H families. To register, stop by the OSU Extension office at 724 S. 7th Street, Coshocton, or phone 622-2265 by Monday, June 22nd. A 4-H camp letter is available listing additional information and what to bring to camp. Ask your friends to join you too at this year’s 4-H Junior Camp, “4-H Camp: A Pirate’s Life for Me”.

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Pictured are the staff and the onsite supervisors of Surf’s Up, a new ice cream shop now open on State Route 83 north just outside of Coshocton. Back row, from left to right are; Ashley Scott, Dakota Wilson, Brian Webber, Landon Covic, Lauren Fox, Lyndd Madison, Jethro Hengst, Braden Phillips and Philip Border. Front row, left to right are; Abigail Hengst, Britany Cornelius, Liz Cyrus, Cassandra Lyons, Kelsey Carpenter, Karissa Phillips, Dorothy Clyde and Christina Bitler. (Beacon photo by Mark Fortune)

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Surf’s Up, a new ice cream shop with a purpose much greater than just serving ice cream cones, is now open. The business is located on State Route 83 north, just past the turn to Lake Park and the soccer fields. The shop opened with economic stimulus funds under a program to hire youth and young adults and operates under Community Family Ministries, a local non-profit agency. In order to prepare for the grand opening, the kids cleaned, painted and scraped to get the facility ready to open. Surf’s Up will be

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Students learning and helping protect our water quality the students with valuable educational lessons throughout the school year including the Enviroscape Model, “Garbage Bag Watershed” and “Sum of the Parts,” all three focusing on watersheds, along with a topography lesson titled “The Great Flood.” These lessons taught students about water runoff with different types of land use, and they learned that storm drains drain directly to a waterway / body of water (which is where it is meant

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drain, and a group found a puddle of antifreeze on Main Street. Once again, in the City of Coshocton, anything that goes into a storm drain will end up in the Muskingum River. Students also took a look around the storm drains they were labeling and were asked to list any evidence of people doing something to protect our water quality. Students listed: areas of grass planted, flowers, riding a bike instead of driving a car, drain at the car wash, trash cans placed along the street for people to dispose of trash properly, edging the property, and metal grates to catch trash before it enters the storm drain. There was also evidence that people have cleaned the storm drains around their property. Students listed problems they saw that could be improved including: quit throwing trash out (there is a proper place to put your trash), clean storm drains (especially gather up the

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Guests and members of the Dulcimer Days committee took time out from listening to the melancholy sounds of the hammered dulcimer on Saturday evening to honor Nancy Nixon for her efforts and innovation in bringing Dulcimer Days to Roscoe Village thirty five years ago. Pictured from left to right are; Don Nixon, Nancy Nixon and Belinda Williamson of the Coshocton County Convention & Visitors Bureau. (Beacon photo by Mark Fortune)

Nancy Nixon was recognized during the evening concert held at The Presbyterian Church on Saturday, June 20. A near capacity crowd filled the sanctuary during this warm summer evening and enjoyed songs by Susan Trump and the Lindsey Family. Trump played a repertoire of songs about Americana – about making hay and songs from “O’ Brother Where Art Thou”. Belinda Williamson, Director of the Coshocton County Convention & Visitors Bureau explained the importance of keeping Dulcimer Days in Coshocton, “We’ve had such a positive response to this event. The Courtsquare was the perfect location for the presentation of such a

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Board of Realtors present scholarships totaling $4,000 Pictured left to right are; State Representative Troy Balderson, Coshocton High School scholarship recipient Destiny Covic, Coshocton County Career Center recipient Elisha Dudte, Ridgewood recipient Hannah Worthington, River View recipient Kelby Fitch and Board of Realtors scholarship committee chairperson, Heather LePage. (Beacon photo by Mark Fortune) The Coshocton County Board of Realtors presented $1,000 scholarships to four area seniors during the June Board of Realtors luncheon that plan to continue their education. Heather LePage, scholarship committee chairperson, said, “Education is the most important thing. What better investment can we make as Realtors than to invest in our future leaders and our children for our community”. The Coshocton County Board of Realtors has presented four area seniors with these $1,000 scholarships for several years. State Representative Troy Balderson was

in attendance for the presentation. Heather Ames Guess, Special Events Committee Co-chair also presented a check in the amount of $400 to Coshocton County Red Cross board member Dave Powers. The money was raised during the May First Friday bake sale held by the Board of Realtors. Christi Olinger, President of the Coshocton County Board of Realtors stated, “We are proud to be able to help these young people further their education. The community is very supportive of local Realtors and this is one way that we can return that appreciation to our community”.

Roscoe classmates meet for 50th reunion Members of the Roscoe High School Class of 1959, from left, are: row one: Edie Leasure, Donna (Lowery) Miller, Rosanna (Asire) Fouts, Rosemary (Jenkins) McFarland, Patti (Jenkins) Turnbull; row two: Jon Passmore, Judy (Mahan) Keithline, Kathy (Varnes) Crawford, Sandra (Stipes) Barrick, Kay Lynn (Aronhalt) Moran, Tom Davis; row three: Paul Miller, John McKee, Joe Shaw, Frank Johnston, Joe Kirker and Ernie Conkle. (Contributed to the Beacon)

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Euchre Tournament. The West Lafayette Lions Club is having a Euchre Tournament at the Masonic Temple located at the corner of Kirk Street and Russell Avenue in West Lafayette on Saturday, June 27, 2009 at 6:30 p.m. Registration and food starts at 5:30 p.m. Menu will include hot dogs, coneys, sloppy joes, chips and soft drinks available all evening for a donation. For more information contact Bill Owens at 545-9661. Guernsey Gathering. Sunday, June 28, 2009 from 2:00-6:00 p.m. at the Guernsey Community Center, formerly known as Wheeling Local Elementary. A community social event for anyone who has fond memories of the Village of Guernsey. If you attended church, GTO, square dances, or school (any era) please join us for a day of reminiscing. If you taught, farmed, worked or just came to visit relatives, if you remember Bob Wearsch’s Garage, Folkert’s General Store and Feed Mill, or visiting Carl Miskimen at the Post Office, you are invited to attend. Please bring a covered dish and well marked photographs. Beverage and table service will be provided. For more information contact the planning committee, Christi Merce at 740-5457377, Carl Gano at 740-829-2769 or Richard Gano at 740-498-8931. Free Community Suicide Awareness Training. The Coshocton County Suicide Prevention Coalition presents Free Community Suicide Awareness Training on Monday, June 29 from 8:30 a.m. to Noon. (Registration/donuts will begin at 8am) at the Coshocton High School Auditorium (ground floor entrance) located at 1205 Cambridge Road and will host Russ Crabtree, author of “Suicide: The Missing Message of Hope.” Russ is the founder of Holy Cow! Consulting and has worked with the Coshocton County Suicide Prevention Coalition since our inception, nearly six years ago. CEU’s will be offered and you will not be disappointed. To register, please contact CBGC at 740-622-0033. However walk-ins are welcome. Chicken Barbeque and Car Show. Newcomerstown Fire Department Annual Chicken Barbeque and Car Show will be held on Saturday, July 4th, 2009 at The David Barber Civic Center, located at 1066 East State Street in Newcomerstown. Car show registration until 12 Noon with a $10.00 registration fee. Judging will begin 1 hour after arrival with 75 Fenton Bell trophies & Best of Show Award at 2 p.m. with 150 dash plaques. There will be a 50/50 raffle and numerous door prizes. Music will be provided by “The Spikeman”. For more information contact Wayne at 740-498-7118. 1st Annual Coshocton Area Finance Fair. The Positive Balance of Coshocton County is sponsoring the 1st Annual Coshocton Area Finance Fair on July 9th from 6-8 p.m. at Central Elementary Gymnasium (8th Street entrance). Get answers to your financial questions and information about home finance, budgeting, credit scores, employment, bankruptcy prevention, foreclosure prevention, assistance and more. Special guest speaker from Ohio Attorney General’s Office: “Being A Smart Consumer In Tough Times”. Childcare provided on school playground free of charge. Door prizes. Open to all residents of Coshocton County. Come see what business and local agencies have to offer help you through these tough times. American Red Cross of Coshocton County Safety City. Safety City is a unique kid-sized town where children going into kindergarten and first grade learn hands-on the rules of pedestrian, bicycle and traffic safety, gun safety, fire safety, school bus safety, playground safety, the proper use of 911 and stranger danger. Safety City sessions are: July 13 – 17 from 3:00 – 5:00 p.m. or 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. Safety City is held at the former Armory Building on Otsego Avenue. Cost: $25.00 per child. Class size limited to 30 children per session. Pre-Registration and Pre-Payment are required. Stop by the Red Cross Office, 245 N. 4th Street, Coshocton. To register stop by the Red Cross Office from 9:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. 622-0228

Local Blood Drive To Be Held In Roscoe Village. The Roscoe Village Business Association will sponsor an American Red Cross blood drive in Roscoe Village on Monday, July 13th at 10am to 4pm at the Visitor Center. According to Brad Fuller of the Coshocton Chapter for the American Red Cross, “The summer months are quite challenging for the Red Cross to schedule enough blood drives to meet our goals. We are always looking for groups to have blood drives in the summer”. In the unique setting at the Visitor Center, donors will be able to enjoy the dioramas and other canal related items with a special guest appearance by our 1800s doctor, Dr. Maro Johnson. He will enlighten our donors on the 1800s medical practices, however, we guarantee you the actual blood collection will be performed by a trained staff member with the Red Cross. To show our appreciation, donors will receive a coupon, which may be redeemed for an ice cream cone at the Candy Bouquet, a quarter pound of delicious homemade fudge from the Roscoe General Store and a horse shoe nail hook from the Village Crafter’s Shop in the Visitor Center. We hope you will consider being a donor for this very worthy cause and remember, YOU CAN change a life! To schedule an appointment call Rolanda Hunt at 740-622-7644. Super Senior Reunion. Coshocton High School Super Senior Reunion for all classes of 1949 and before will be Wednesday, July 15 at the Coshocton Country Club located at 925 Cambridge Road with Cocktail hour to start at 5:30 p.m. and a buffet dinner at 6:30 p.m. The cost is $25.00 per person with reservations and checks mailed to: Mary Smith, 1639 Woodland Drive, Coshocton,OH 43812. 8th Annual Donnie Matthews Tournament. 4 man Scramble with proceeds to go to Junior Golf Tourney and Scholarships will be July 19 at Hilltop Golf Course, 9:00 a.m. Shotgun Start. $50 members (cart included). $60 Nonmembers (green fees and cart included). Wednesday, July 15 is the entry deadline and entries will not be accepted without entry fee. Food and drink provided. Cash prizes are Grand Prize - golf and lodging at Kingston Plantation in Myrtle Beach. Prizes awarded for top 3 teams. 50/50 drawings. Team skins entry. Prizes on each hole for skill shot. Turn in entry forms at Hilltop Golf Course, any questions contact Richard Guess at 622-8082 Annual Donnie Matthews Junior Tournament. Friday July 24 at Hilltop Golf Course. Divisions will be as follows: Grade school (entering 6th grade this fall). Junior High (entering 7th or 8th grade this fall). 9th and 10th Grade (entering this fall). 11th and 12th Grade (entering this fall). Grade school and junior high students will play 9 holes. High School students will play 18 holes. $10 entry fee to be turned in at Hilltop Golf Course and Five Point Chiropractic located at 1101 Chestnut St., Coshocton. Entry fee includes


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Community Baby Shower. The 2009 Community Baby Shower will be on Thursday, August 13 from 1-3 p.m. Any agency or business that provides health, educational, social or other services for families of newborns and infants is invited to set up an informational display. This is an excellent opportunity for families to gather information and find links to services within the community they may need as their children grow. Refreshments, games, speakers and door prizes will be offered during the event. Please contact Renee Fleming at the Help Me Grow office by June 5th by phone at 295-7334, fax 291-8035 or email to reserve a space. Yellow Flag Garage Sales. Village of West Lafayette Yellow Flag Garage Sales are September 11 and 12. Sign up at Brother’s Hardware & Variety. Fee is $5.00. Coshocton Canal Festival Queen and Princess Competition. The Towne Centre Association is now accepting applications for the 2009 Coshocton Canal Festival Queen and Princess Competition. Requirements for Queen: Must be grades Freshman in high school through Freshman in college as of Sept. 2009. Must be willing to represent Coshocton County. Must be a resident of Coshocton County. Must attend an orientation meeting on July 23rd. $30 application fee an a photograph (no glamour photos). Requirements for Princess: Must be age 9 through 8th grade as of Sept. 2009. ust be willing to represent Coshocton County. Must be a resident of Coshocton County. Must attend an orientation meeting on July 23rd. $30 application fee an a photograph (no glamour photos). This year marks the crowning of the 38th Queen and 30th Princess. Applications are available at Miller Pharmacy, Roma’s Gift Gallery, Sue’s Hallmark & Florist, WTNS Radio and the Roscoe Village Visitor’s Center and the application deadline is July 21, 2009. The competition will be held at the Court Square Gazebo, Friday, August 21 at 6:30 p.m.




Adams Mills Alumni and School Reunion. Friday, June 26, at 6:00 p.m. at the Elks Lodge, 434 Chestnut Street, Coshocton. Please note the change in date and location. Anyone who attended the school or currently lives in the district is invited to attend. For more information and reservations, contact Karen Henry at 622-9399 or Edward Ross at 754-2920 by Wednesday, June 24.

green fees, 2 drinks, hot dogs and chips. Please turn in entry form by Monday, July 20. For more information please call Dick Guess at 622-8083.

MON. - FRI. 9AM - 5PM

For Your Summer Driving All Fully Serviced, All With Warranty, and all with Cold Air!


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2002 Chrysler Voyager EC 4 cyl, AT, 4 doors, AC, 1 woman owner 2002 Dodge Neon ES 4 cyl, AT, AC 2000 Chrysler Voyager V-6, AT, 4 doors, AC, 53K 2000 Dodge Stratus SE 4 cyl, AT, AC, 43K 2000 Chevy S-10 LS 4 cyl, AT, AC, Alloy Wheels 1999 Mercury Mystique 4 cyl, AT, AC, 72K


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Simplicity Regent Lawn Tractor 12hp with blade, M.W. Air Compressor, Central Machine 12” 5 speed wood lathe, Dewalt 740 Radial arm saw, 6” Sprunge Jointer, Delta scroll saw, 4” jointer, Lincoln 225 amp welder, Darra James band saw, 12 speed drill press, 4x8 tilt trailer, lawn roller, dust collector system, Craftsman blower/vac, lawn aerator, bench vises, electric drills & saws, lawn thatcher, hand & garden tools, come-a-long, C-clamps, B&D gin angle grinder, lawn trailer, Craftsman Belt/Disc sander, Craftsman router, Murray push mower, electric hedge trimmer, gas cans, large assortment of new & used hardware, 12 ft. step ladder, fishing poles, misc. lumber, collection of hand saws, anvil, sump pumps.



Camel back trunk, wheat cradle, horse harness, horse collar, misc. train track, hall tree, 50’s chrome dinette, coffee grinder, cedar chest, crocks, misc. glassware & china.

Terry Longsworth, Auctioneer



316 West Main St., West Lafayette Office: (740) 545-7186 Auction: (740) 545-7158 BRANCH OFFICE: (740) 498-4545 •


Note: All clean quality merchandise here. We will be running 2 rings, following the guns. Many photos at our website. Terms - Cash or Check day of Auction, I.D. required. Auction by order or Kay McCoy Lane



Ruger 41 Mag. Blackhawk, Ruger Blackhawk 357 Mag, S&W mod. 5906 9mm, Jennings J-22 cal LR. Auto Pistol, Black Powder Rifle. guns sell at 4PM.







Whirlpool Ref/Freezer, Maytag performance washer & electric dryer; small refrigerator, JVC TV, Phillips TV/VCR, electric lift chair, 6 pc. bedroom suite, La-z-boy recliner, 7 pc Oak dining room table & chairs, recliner sofa, drum tables, dresser with mirror, bar stools, bedding, small kitchen appliances & utensils, new ceiling fan, electric organ, office chair, metal desk, 2 drawer file, record player.



Thursday, July 2, 4:00p.m. Former Possessions of Bruce & Jeanie McCoy 109 W. Fifth Street West Lafayette, OH





Gospel Bass Soloist. Terry G. Hall, Southern Gospel’s Bass Soloist and One-Man Quartet will appear July 5 from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. at Grace United Methodist Church and July 6 from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at Coshocton Courtsquare. For more information call 622-1302.

Ice Cream Social. The Park United Methodist Church, 122, Park Avenue, Coshocton is having an old fashioned ice cream social on June 26, 2009 from 3:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. There will be homemade ice cream, home baked pies and cakes, chicken and noodles and a variety of more delicious items offered. Other items will be available at the craft and bake sale tables. All proceeds will be used to help pay for building renovations.

Vacation Bible School. The Coshocton Alliance Church will host its annual Vacation Bible School on July 6-10, from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. daily at the Coshocton Alliance Church located at 730 West Chestnut Street. The closing program will be on Friday, July 10 at 6:00 p.m. which will include parental involvement in all activities, including a time of food and fellowship following the activities. All children ages 4 - grade 6 are invited to participate. For more information, call the church office at 622-1078 from 9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. daily.


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Free Give Away. Shepherd’s Christian Assembly located 311 Main Street in Coshocton is having a Free Give Away on Thursday, June 25 & 26 from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Men, women, children’s clothing, shoes, coats, and misc. household items. Please come and fill a bag of gently used items.


Benefit Auction and Spaghetti Dinner. Benefit Auction and Spaghetti Dinner for Ronald Manley will be held on July 12, 2009 at the Moose Lodge 935 in Coshocton with dinner at 12:00 p.m. and auction to start at 2:00 p.m. Manley and family are trying to raise funds for medical and other expenses. Any donations would be greatly appreciated. Contact Deleesie Albaugh at 545-6953 or by mail at 212 W. Main Street, West Lafayette, OH 43845

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

Ice Cream Social. Nellie Chapel United Methodist Church is sponsoring an Ice Cream Social on Saturday, June 27th from 4:30pm to 6:30pm at the Nellie Community Center. A full menu with ice cream and pie will be served. All proceeds will benefit Shared Ministries of Nellie Chapel United Methodist Church. The Village of Nellie is located 4 miles west of Warsaw on SR 79.

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Band Blast. Roberta’s Catering (former River Grill) located at 51 Pine Street in Coshocton will hold a Band Blast on June 27 with doors opening at 4:00 p.m. with shows from 5:0 0p.m. until midnight. Tickets are $10 lawn seats and $20 for premium seats. Seven great bands including The Sixth Degree, Further Low, Bout, Shadow of Silence, Brokn November, KPC and Broken Saint. Awesome auction items, cornhole tournament and full day of rock! Tickets available at The Mentoring Center of Coshocton County (441 North Main Street, Suite 103) or at the gate. Proceeds benefit The Mentoring Center of Coshocton County.

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1695 SOUTH 14TH ST, COSHOCTON, OHIO This lovely 2 or 3 BR ranch is situated on a 92 x 121 flat lot in a great location. Features include replacement windows, pulse furnace, central air ... LOTS OF POTENTIAL ... COME READY TO BUY! REAL ESTATE TERMS: Property will be offered with the seller having the right to confirm the last bid. $5,000 nonrefundable deposit due day of auction and balance due at closing within 30 days of sale. No contingencies accepted and all inspections must be made prior to day of auction. Realtors call broker or auctioneer for co-broke requirements. VIEWING: By appointment. Call auctioneer/realtor. Also, property will be open one hour prior to sale. OWNER: Gilbert S. Drumm Estate, Coshocton County Probate # 20910029 REALTOR: Phil Covic AUCTIONEER: James F. Nelson CONTENTS: Stove, Refrigerator, Washer & Dryer, Couches, Chairs, Bedroom Set, Barrel Chairs & Table Set, Lamps, Toys, Glassware, China, Case Knives, Watch Fobs, Desks, Child’s Schoolroom Desk, Crafts & Supplies, Collectibles, Lawn Mower, Shop Smith, Scroll Saw, Table Sander, Hand Tools and much more ... still unpacking. TERMS: Cash or good check with proper ID. All merchandise must be paid for day of sale and before removal from property.

Court Square Realty and Auction, Inc. 404 Main St. • Coshocton




Gospel Sing. On Saturday evening, July 11, 2009 - 7 PM, The Toney Brothers from Gallatin, TN. will be sharing in song at Gospel Hill Ministry, 27610 TR 45, Warsaw. A food stand will precede the sing beginning serving at 5:30 PM. The sing will be held on the hillside so bring a lawn chair or blanket for best seating. In case of inclement weather the sing would be held inside. For further information please call 740-824-3300 or go to www. or Gospel Music at it’s finest! See you then! Ice Cream Social. Central Christian Church located at the corner of 8th and Main Street in Coshocton is having an Ice Cream Social on Saturday, July 25 from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Featuring full menu. Hall is air conditioned.

Notices City Hall Closed. City Hall will close Friday, July 3 for the Independence Day holiday. Offices will reopen Monday, July 6 at 8:00 AM. J & J Refuse, the City’s contracted trash hauler, will run their normal collection schedule. River View Board of Education. The River View Board of Education will hold a special meeting June 29, 2009 to the final Appropriations for 2009 and the Temporary Appropriations for 2010. The Board of Education may also discuss possible personnel and insurance business items. The meeting will be held in the Administrative Office at 7:00 a.m.

At The Library Monday, June 29: Make-It-Take-It Craft. West Lafayette Branch Library. Make-It-Take-It Craft Time is every Monday under the shelter. Children can come anytime between 10:00-11:15 am to make a craft. ‘Be Creative @ Your Library’ this summer at The West Lafayette Branch. No registration is required. 10 AM - 11:15 AM Monday, June, 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, hard and paperback books and more, all at rock-bottom prices. Open to the public every Monday from 3-6 and Wednesday and Saturday from 10-1. Call 740-622-0956 for information. 3 PM - 6 PM Tuesday, June 30: Spring Chi Class. Coshocton Public Library. Reduce stress, increase energy, find comfort in your body with gentle movements inspired by Tai Chi and poetry. Registration required. Call 622-0956 for information. 12 PM - 1 PM or 1PM - 2PM Tuesday, June 30: Lunch Under The Shelter. West Lafayette Branch Library. Under The Shelter happens every Tuesday! Children and their families are invited to bring their lunch, we’ll provide the punch. Enjoy stories, songs, and fun. ‘Be Creative @ Your Library’ this summer at The West Lafayette Branch. No registration is required. 11:30 AM - 12 PM

June 16, 2009 Primera Financial Services, Inc to Jay Shepler; $91,450 Daniel D. Bonitz to Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation; $96,667 June 17, 2009 Dale R. Wilson to Paul & Connie L. Kukasky; $29,900 Christopher D. & Nicole S. Weratz to Phylllis Deb-

June 11, 2009 Brent Christopher Hash of Frazeysburg to Jennifer Nicole Meeks of Frazeysburg June 12, 2009 Gregory Michael Bahmer of Fresno to Shea Ann Geese of Fresno

Coshocton Common Pleas Court – Divorces/Dissolutions Divorces Granted: Flisty J. Lindell of Coshocton to Timothy M. Lindell of Coshocton Danette S. Barber of Warsaw to William H. Barber of Killbuck

Paige L. Howard of Coshocton to William J. Howard of Dayton, OH Kelley Renee Kimble of Coshocton to James Robert Kimble of Coshocton




Lg living room, dining room, birch cabinets in kitchen, 3 BR, 2 baths, all on main floor. 2 car attached garage on 1.75 level acres. RWSD. $99,900


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Nice large home with many updates. Situated on two level lots with two car detached garage. Upstairs foyer. RWSD.

NOW $82,700!



NEw LIsTING! 3 bedroom home on corner lot. Newer garage. RWSD.


3 bedroom, family room, on quiet street. CHS.


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

Monday - Friday 8:00-5:00

100 West Pine St.

Mirror * Plexiglas * All Types of Glass

WE KNOW 45 WAYS TO DO FINANCING! Stop by our office at 23024 CR 621 and find out why NOW is a great time to buy! At our office

Friday, June 26 12:00 pm to 5:30 pm & July 10, 17, 24 & 31 • $8,000 First-Time Homebuyer Tax Credit • Rent vs Own Comparison • Why now is a great time to buy!

• Information on Real Estate listed for sale in Coshocton County • Speak with mortgage lendor about first time homebuyer loan programs

Friday, June 26 • 5:30pm


Nice 3 BR, Ranch, with many updates. Has 24x20 garage and 32x34 concrete building with many opportunities - there are 3 lots with this property. Call for list of possibilities! RWSD




Room to roam in this 3 BR home with formal dining room. Partially finished basement with a wet bar and attached 2 car garage. Also features a Florida room overlooking the gardens.

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

Dissolution Granted:

June 15, 2009 Nathaniel Garon Meek of Coshocton to Misty Lynn Lutman of Warsaw Daniel Thomas Wharton, REAL ESTATE w



June 18, 2009 Jamie Ernest Vandine of Coshocton to Linda Kay Robinson of Coshocton




June 15, 2009 Kathleen Bechtol Bryant to Kyle Krasky; $58,000 Frank C. Luce, Jr. & Annette M. Luce to David L. & Jody A. Conley; $10,000



June 8, 2009 Davis Donald Eizensmits of Warsaw to Reina Concepcion Panalsalan Carpentero Paul Allen Hayes of Luttrell, TN and Stacy Marie Nelson of Coshocton

June 16, 2009 Jonathan N. Putnam of West Lafayette to Roxann K Akins of West Lafayette


June 12, 2009 Anthony W. & Beth L. West to Raymond W. & Mary L. White; $245,000 Green Tree Servicing, LLC to Albertson Rentals, LLC; $13,000 Donald E. & Sandra L. Bolen to John D. Cameron, Jr. & Dustina D. Cameron; $130,000 Doris Bryant to Edna M. Limbacher; $30,700

June 5, 2009 Brandon Wade Cottrill of Coshocton to Amanda Rose Bisel of Coshocton Rick Scott Moore of West Lafayette to Jody Lee Stephan of West Lafayette Jeffrey Lance Lousha of Coshocton to Angela Kay Dobson of Coshocton Gregory Allen Hutchinson of Fresno to Glenna Lee Yost of Fresno

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June 11, 2009 William Wesney to Jay S. & Karla F. Norris; $14,069.57 Timothy M. & Laura L. Dornan to David L. & Glorean Gilkerson; $45,800 Home Loan Savings Bank to John E. & Sondra K. Jones; $88,200 Andy D & Betty Weaver to Aden R. Miller; $135,642

Marriage License

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June 9, 2009 Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. to Carol E. Matthews; $32,500 Erin M. Dostie, Administrator of the Estate of Sharon Jackson to James R. Hoffman; $83,500

June 18, 2009 Sheriff Tim Rogers to The Citi Group/Consumer Finance, Inc. $26,667 Dale V. & Karyn L. Wayman to William G. & Sarah E. PErrenoud; $84,500 Mount Zion Properties I, LTD to Robert D. & Rebecca Kukla; $193,020.61 Bobby Schoolcraft to Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation; $34,000 Jamie D. Watson to Homesales, Inc. dba Homesales, Inc. of Delaware;; $32,000 George E. D’Ostroph, Jr. to Fannie Mae; $46,000 Lynne B. Hill to The Bank of New York, Mellon, as Successor; $50,000 Bert A. Newman to Federal National Mortgage Association; $18,667 William J. Kiser, Jr. to Deutsche Bank National Trust Company; $41,250 Rick L. & Patricia J. Kreuter to Todd E. and Amy E. Brown; $85,000 Howard L. Johnson or Marlene Johnson, Trustee to Ryan W. Vail & Monica L. Carpenter; $111,500

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June 8, 2009 Mount Zion Properties I, LLC to Gloria Mosholder, Successor Trustee of IHS Group; $99,500


June 5, 2009 John E. & Sondra K Jones to Lewis R. & Stacie L. Lahna; $30,000

nar; $120,000 American General Financial Services, Inco to Chloe I. & Jessie D. Farley; $60,000 Bruce A. Fittler to Karen A. Fulton; $225,000

II of Coshocton to Jessica Dawn Phillips of Coshocton Robert Eugene Davis of Warsaw to Tiffany Jo Shepherd of Warsaw

Call today to consign your items to be sold at one of Ohio’s largest, nicest facilities, 12,000 square feet! UPCOMING JULY AUCTIONS: 10th, 17th, 24th & 31st

Auctioneers: Mary Mason, Roger Perdue Licensed by the Department of Agriculture and Bonded in the State of Ohio

Agents Realty & Auction Service 23024 CR 621 (Next to Walmart) • Coshocton, OH 740-622-0700 or 1-888-216-8772

Members of Zanesville and Coshocton County Board of Realtors and MLS.

Mary A. Mason

Broker/Auctioneer Certified Estate Specialist (CES)

Sheri M. Fortune


Public RecoRds Land Transfers

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HELP WANTED Part-Time Custodian: Able bodied, cooperative, confidential, friendly. Flexible 15 hours/week, some weekends. Send resume and references to The Presbyterian Church, 142 N. Fourth St., Coshocton, OH 43812 or email to jcarlisle@ EOE Cooks & Waitress/ Bartender Needed. The Coshocton Elks Lodge is looking for kitchen help. Cooking, short order and food prep experience necessary. Waitress/ bartender needed; must be experienced in both fields. Apply in person to fill out application at Elks Lodge, 434 Chestnut Street. Monday through Friday from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. ONLY.

CLOTHING For Sale Girls, size 6, Cinderella beaded style, white flower girl dress. Excellent condition. Asking $30. Call 740-623-0093 for more information.



or chipwood. 5 acres or more. Contact 740545-9227.


Buying Standing Timber - (sawlogs and/or chipwood). Providing all types of harvesting including selective harvesting, thinning, clearing and whole tree chipping. Paying top prices. Prefer 10 acres or more. 330-231-0745

or 740-502-0808 or 740-824-3665

4 Room, 1 bedroom Apt. 364 S 3rd St. Ideal for single or couple. Heat & water furnished. 740-6222134 Newcomerstown 1BR, all appliances & utilities included, convenient downtown location. Coshocton, 3BR apartments, large rooms, some remodeled. 740-498-5893

es, no pets or nonsmoking. Dep./Ref. Required. 740-6224254 Call Today! 2 and 3 Bedroom Houses Available Now. Affordable, Clean, Ready to go! 740622-9791

FARM BUILDINGS Stoltzfus Pole Barns. 60x120x16 $49,990 on your level lot. 740-294-9636



1612 Adams St. $425 a month plus deposit. Central air, attached garage, 2 bedroom. Call 740294-1192

John Deere STX38 Mulching Lawn Tractor, excellent condition, always garaged. $800. 740-6225222

2 Bedroom, all ap-

pliances, all electric, garage. 1911 Chestnut St. 740-623-8382

2 Bedroom Apt., central heat and air with washer/dryer hook-up, stove, refrigerator and dishwasher, located in a nice senior complex in Coshocton. $485/ mo. plus deposit. No pets. 740-622-5706

Best Value for your Buck. One floor plan, appliances, one bedroom. $389 mth. Total electric, water included. Bellflower. 740-622-6400.

FOR RENT 2 BR near hospital $450. mo. and 2 BR near Lincoln School w/carport $475. mo. Both w/applianc-



We attempt to publish reputable advertisers but cannot guarantee those we do not know. The Publisher reserves the right to reject any advertising for any reason.

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02 Ford Mustang, 5-speed. $4,995. 740-622-3936 07 Chevy Cobalt LT, cruise control, 34mpg. $9,695. 740623-8337 07 Dodge Caliber, 31k miles. $8,995. 740-622-3936 07 Hyundai 36mpg. $9,795. 740-623-8337 08 Chevy Cobalt LS, 5-speed, factory warranty, 36mpg. $9,995. 740-6238337



2004 Ford Escape, 28,000 miles, 4x4, V6 automatic, very good condition, 1-owner. Asking $12,000. Call 740-327-3027

1997 Honda Accord 4 door sedan. 100K+ miles. 4 cyl., pwr dl, pwr windows, A/C, AM/FM Cass., brand new front tires, runs great. $3750. Can be seen at Fortune’s Boot Shop & Repair. Call 740-502-0176 for more information.

05 Dodge Ram, quad cab. $16,995. 740-622-3936

VANS 05 Ford Windstar, 6 cylinder. $3,995. 740-622-3936


YARD/GARAGE SALE YOUR CLUTTER Their Treasure! Want to clear away some clutter and make some money this summer? Advertise your Garage/ Yard Sale in The Coshocton County Beacon, 226 Main Street, Coshocton or call 740-622-4237

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Monday, April, 20, 27: Books Galore Book Store Coshocton Public Library. The Friends of the Library used book store in the library basement has hard magazines, movies, audio



316 West Main St., West Lafayette Office: (740) 545-7186 Auction: (740) 545-7158 BRANCH OFFICE: (740) 498-4545 • REAL ESTATE  DALE GRESS  REAL ESTATE 

Fifth Annual Stone Creek Community Benefit and CONSIGNMENT AUCTION Saturday, April 18, 2009 • 10:00 AM Stone Creek Grace United Church Fellowship Hall

Accepting donations of new & good used items, and consignments of lawn, garden and farm equipment Auction Committee reserves the right to accept or reject items of little or no value.

Consignment Items: 18’ Pontoon boat w/25hp outboard motor, 2-new Crosley 5 Cu. Ft. chest freezers, laundry storage tower, 2002 Silverado pick up truck ext. cab; Baldwin Cabaret fun machine w/2 keyboards, 30 new board games, 4 wheel pull cart; Wheelhorse Mower 17.5 H.P. Hydrostatic transmission 42” cut w/ blade, Tilt trailer 4’x8’ bed, Pedestal sink w/hdwe; Butcher block table 24”x24” (originally from Dinger’s Market), Collection of Longaberger baskets – 1992 Crisco American cookie basket, 1992 Discovery basket, 1993 Inaugural basket, 1993 JW Collection original Easter, 1998 Collectors club, 25th Anniversary, 25th Anniversary Hostess basket, 1999 Miini Sleigh, 1999 Homestead basket, 1999 Homestead crock, 1999 Mother’s Day Early Blossom, 2000 Century Hostess Appreciation basket, Century Celebration 2000 Cheers, Shade of Autumn basket, Heartland basket, Woven Traditions, plus numerous regular line discontinued baskets, Jenny Lind baby bed complete with mattress – very nice, weed eater, misc. hand tools. Not responsible for early consignment no shows. To consign items contact - Steve Cronebaugh at 330-243-6574; John Griffith at 330-330-8752; Pauline Lanzer at 330-308-0709

Donated items: Cavaliers Jersey from Daniel Gibson #1, 50 Bales of Hay, whole hog sold by the half (basic processing by Beitzel’s Meats); Walking stick carved by Carl “Fritz” Poland, Picket fence bench, knick-knack shelf, bird house, plastic chair, cookbook, used recliners, p/u load sawdust. Gift Certificates: For pizza, for 6 games of bowling, Golf gift certificates, Barber shop and Beauty Salons, Restaurant gift certificates, cheese, meat markets, oil changes, New items: 1 bottle of spray & wipe degrease, carpenter apron, tape measure, glue, pencils & pocket knife, 6-prs. Size 9 yellow boots, grave stone flower arrangement, tool sets, 2 outdoor rugs, wrought iron plate holder, wood cane, coffee beans, golf umbrella, outdoor decorative faucet, handmade pillows, front end alignment, Gift baskets: Cheese box, Men’s beauty basket, Women’s beauty basket, Baker’s basket, Gardening basket, gift basket, misc. gift baskets. More items added daily. Auction sponsored by members of: Grace UCC; Jefferson Grange; Zion Lutheran Church Pancake & sausage breakfast sponsored by Stone Creek Fire Sirens – Free will donation 8:00 – 10:00 a.m. – Come for breakfast and spend the day!! Lunch Stand by ladies of the Churches and Grange







Saturday, April 18, 25: Books Galore Book Store. Coshocton Public Library. The Friends of the Library used book store in the library basement has hard magazines, movies, audio books, hard and paperback books and more, all at rock-bottom prices. Open to the public every Monday from 3-6 and Wednesday and Saturday from 10-1. Call 740-622-0956 for information. 10 AM - 1 PM

Terry Longsworth, Auctioneer

Announcements sale day take precedence over advertising. Sellers and auctioneers are not responsible for accidents. Auction conducted by Cronebaugh Auction Services, LTD • Steve Cronebaugh Auctioneer/Realtor Dale Gress Real Estate, LLC. • Terry Longsworth Auctioneer/Dale Gress Real Estate, LLC.

316 West Main St., West Lafayette Office: (740) 545-7186 Auction: (740) 545-7158 BRANCH OFFICE: (740) 498-4545 •


Gospel Sing. LaVerne & Edith Tripp will be holding a concert at Gospel Hill Ministry, 27610 TR 45, Warsaw, Ohio on Saturday, April 18 at 7 PM. A food stand will begin serving at 5:30 PM & the sing will be held

2009 Program Schedule for the Coshocton Chapter Ohio Genealogical Society. Most monthly meetings are held the Third Tuesday of the month at 7:30 PM in the meeting room at the Coshocton Public Library located at 655 Main St., Coshocton, OH 43812. Time and place may change as per yearly schedule. April 21th - Living History-Kate -- “Llasha Philabaum”

Wednesday, April 22, 29: Teens: Plugged and Unplugged. Coshocton Public Library. Video Games, Internet Access, Board Games, Snacks, Friends, Fun! 2 PM - 5 PM

Terms - Cash or Check day of Auction, I.D. required. Owners - Ron & Karen Altier


Moving Show. Fireproof, voted Inspirational Movie of the Year, will be showing on April 17 at 6:30 p.m. at Coshocton Christian Tabernacle, located at 23891 Airport Rd., Coshocton. For more call 622-4133.

Clean Up Day. The Friends of the Parks will be hosting the annual “Clean Up Day” at Lake Park on Saturday, April 18, 2009. Volunteers will meet at 9:00 a.m. at the Lake Park Office. Please bring your gloves, rakes, shovels, trimmers or any tools that might be needed for the park cleanup. But most of all bring your family and friends to spend a fun morning at the park with other volunteers who will be cleaning the debris and letter from a long winter. All volunteers will be treated to a cookout following the cleanup at noon. The annual spring clean up day is sponsored by the Friends of the Parks; however volunteers need not be a member of the Friends to participate. To register please call the Park Office at 622-7528.

Wednesday, April 22, 29: Books Galore Book Store. Coshocton Public Library. The Friends of the Library used book store in the library basement has hard magazines, movies, audio books, hard and paperback books and more, all at rock-bottom prices. Open to the public every Monday from 3-6 and Wednesday and Saturday from 10-1. Call 740-622-0956 for information. 10 AM - 1 PM

Tools, Lawn & Garden

Craftsman 10” table saw, Craftsman 14” band saw, 6 in. jointer, 13in multi speed, drill press, Sears portable air compressor, Roto zip tool, Furniture clamps, small grinder, cabinet on casters, Router table, dust collector system, belt sander, grinder w/vac system, bench grinder, brace & bits, elec. motors, buffing wheel, folding ladder, misc. lumber, misc. hardware, router, misc. land & garden tools, Troy Bilt 7hp. Roto tiller, hand mower, Craftsman chopper shredder, gas weed eaters, leaf blower, BBQ grill, misc. Garden supplies, much more not listed.


Church Events

Public Notice. The Coshocton County Budget Commission will be meeting in the County Treasurer’s Office on April 15, 2009 at 10:00 a.m. with members of the County Health Departments to discuss their 2010 budget.

Antiques & Collectibles

Boyd’s bears, teddy bears, doll house, comic books, records, Strohs beer sign, misc. glassware and china, park bench


Event Date: April 25th , 2009, from 7p.m. until 11p.m. Team Name: Coshocton Village Inn & Suites. Event Location: Coshocton Village Inn & Suites. Event Contact Person: Teresa Fry, 740-502-1318. Event Theme: Laughter is Great Medicine. Event Description: Support Relay for Life by having an evening out. Adults are welcome! There will be a comic entertainer, Matt Perry, and American Family Entertainment’s Tim B (juggler/balancing act). Music by A1 Sound & DJ, dancing, food, 50/50 Raffle and lots of fun. Tickets on sale at Coshocton Village Inn & Suites. $20.00 each or 2 for $30.00.


Wednesday, April 22, 29: Preschool Story Time Coshocton Public Library. Children, 3-5 years old, are invited to Preschool Story Time every Wednesday, from 10:30-11:00 am. Register by calling 622-0956. 10:30 AM - 11 AM

Thursday, May 7: Children, preschool through 6th grade, are invited to “Bits and Pieces,” a hands-on art experience led by artist and author Michelle Stitzlein, on Thursday, May 7, at Coshocton Public Library. Stitzlein, author of Bottlecap little Bottlecap, a book of art projects using recycled bottle caps, will sign her book following the program. Registration is required. Call 740622-0956 to sign-up. This program is held in conjunction with the community Dogwood Festival.

Household & Furnishings

Recliner sofa, Lazy boy recliner, Magnavox T.V., Entertainment Center, G.E. Ref. w/beer tap, swivel rocker w/ ottoman, office chair, dehumidifier, window A/C, metal cabinets, small desk, sofa & matching chair, metal office desk, lamp stand, doll house, kitchen utensils, lamps, craft items, quilt rack, wooden cabinets


Event Date: April 17th , 2009, from 5p.m. until 7:30p.m. Team Theme: Hope is on the Horizon. Event Location: Emmanuel Lutheran Church, 1500 Pleasant Valley Drive, Coshocton, Ohio Event Description: Spaghetti Dinner! Meal will include spaghetti, salad, garlic bread and a dessert. Just asking for a donation to help raise money in the fight against cancer.

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

Thursday, April 16: An Evening with Mary Doria Russell Lake Park Pavilion. Mary Doria Russell, author of A Thread of Grace, Coshocton’s One Book, One Community choice for 2009, will be speak. Nominated for a Pulitzer Prize, this superbly researched novel chronicles the Italian resistance to the Germans during the last two years of WWII. After her talk, Dr. Russell will sign copies of her book. 7 PM - 9 PM

Tuesday, April, 21, 28: Preschool Story Time. Coshocton Public Library. Children, 3-5 years old, are invited to Preschool Story Time every Tuesday evening, from 6:30-7:00 pm. Register by calling 622-0956. 6:30 PM - 7 PM


Tuesday April 21, 5:00p.m. 204 E. 5th Street West Lafayette


Relay for Life Fund Raising Events

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

Thursday, April 16: W.L. Branch Teen Movie Night. West Lafayette Branch Library. Teens are invited to this after-hours showing of The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor. Popcorn and pop are provided. Free admission. Space is limited. Register by calling 740-5456672. 5 PM - 7:30 PM

Tuesday, April 21, 28: W.L. Preschool Story Time. West Lafayette Branch Library. Children, 3-5 years old, are invited to Preschool Story Time every Tuesday, from 11:30 am - 12:00 noon. Register by calling 545-6672. 11:30 AM - 12 PM



Plant Sale. The Coshocton County Master Gardeners and we will be having our yearly plant sale June 6, 2009 at the Rotary Pavilion at the Fairgrounds, 8:30am-10:30am. Educational demonstrations start at 8:30 and the actual plant sale will start at 9:00.

Dinner and Music. A special night of dinner and music at Coshocton Christian Tabernacle, located at 23891 Airport Rd., Coshocton on Saturday, May 2 with the concert to begin at 7:00 p.m. with a free-will offering taken. A spaghetti dinner wil lbe served from 5:00 to 6:30 p.m. with cost of donation to Coshocton Christian School. Singer/Songwriter Brent Vernon and special guest appearance b Sam. For more information call Coshocton Christian Tabernacle at 622-4133.

Thursday, April 16: Pizza and Pages--Children’s Book Club. Coshocton Public Library. Pizza and Pages--The Book Club for children in 4th, 5th, or 6th grades, will be held in The Small Meeting Room the third Thursday of each month during the school year. April’s book is Across Five Aprils by Irene Hunt. Register online or call the library, 622-0956. 4 PM - 5 PM

books, hard and paperback books and more, all at rock-bottom prices. Open to the public every Monday from 3-6 and Wednesday and Saturday from 10-1. Call 740-622-0956 for information. 3 PM - 6 PM


Chicken Barbeque and Car Show. Newcomerstown Fire Department Annual Chicken Barbeque and Car Show will be held on Saturday, July 4th, 2009 at The David Barber Civic Center, located at 1066 East State Street in Newcomerstown. Car show registration until 12 Noon with a $10.00 registration fee. Judging will begin 1 hour after arrival with 75 Fenton Bell trophies & Best of Show Award at 2 p.m. with 150 dash plaques. There will be a 50/50 raffle and numerous door prizes. Music will be provided by “The Spikeman”. For more information contact Wayne at 740-498-7118.

Salad & Tater Bar. All you can eat Salad & Tater Bar on Wednesday, April 15 from 5:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. at Coshocton Christian Tabernacle located at 23891 Airport Rd., Coshocton. All you can eat, adults - $6.00, Children 10 & under - $4.00 includes salad & tater bar, dessert and beverage. Sponsor by X4J Youth Group Cafe.

At The Library


Please bring a covered dish and well marked photographs. Beverage and table service will be provided. For more information contact the planning committee, Christi Merce at 740-545-7377, Carl Gano at 740-829-2769 or Richard Gano at 740-498-8931.

inside. For more information please call 740-824-3300.

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Public Record


ALL CLEAN, ALL SHARP, ALL FULLY SERVICED, AND ALL WITH WARRANTY! 2003 Kia Rio - One Owner 2002 Dodge Neon ES - 89k Miles 1999 Dodge Stratus - 83k Miles

Land Transfers

1999 GMC “Jimmy” SLT - One Woman Owner 1996 Ford Contour - 78k Miles 1995 Chevy Cavalier LS - 48k Miles 0028_041509

Quality Affordable Vehicles And Satisfaction After The Sale

-Since 1972- • Classified Hotline 622-4ADS

(740) 622-8811 65 W. Pine, Coshocton

Located Beside Riverside Towers Apartments


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


March 23, 2009 Mary Baker, Trustee to Carl E. Wilke, Jr. & Wendy M. Wilke; $171,000 Steven Mark Anthony Estavanko et al. to Duetsche Bank National Trust Company, as Trustee for Morgan; $32,000 March 24, 2009 C. Kenneth Finton to AB Rentals, LLC; $100,000 Casey Properties, LLC to Dane R. Shryock; $43,000 Karen Summers to Kenneth & June Jones & Gerardo Sintora; $31,500 FNMA to Gerald Hochstetler, Jr.; $22,000 Countrytyme Lodi LTD to Timothy J. & Margaret J. Argent; $7,500 Denver E. & Lucy R. Teeling to Charles L. & Sherry E. Beatty, Beatty Family Trust; $45,000 March 25, 2009 William H. Denzer to Lawrence Eugene & Betty A. Wilkin; $29,000 March 26, 2009 Allen Max Freetage to Hinds Jersey Farms; $39,624 Robert J. Batchelor, Administrator of BG Albert Estate to Raymond E. III & Katherine M. Young; $3,000

March 30, 2009 Ronald D. & Beverly E. Holbrook to Century National Bank; $14,000 Scott W. & Jennifer J. Nelson to Terry, Jr. & Angela M. Taylor; $140,000 Terry, Jr. & Angela M. Taylor to Scott W. & Jennifer J. Nelson; $242,500 March 31, 2009 Century National Bank to Scott A. & Angela M. Brillhart; $18,500 Countrytyme Lodi LTD to Countrytyme Serving LLC; $12,911.66 Randall R. & Ruth A. Larr to Dane R. Casto; $48,000 Robert M. Miller to U.S. Bank National Association, as Trustee for CMLTI 2006-WF2, $37,000 Joyce A. Hummall, et al. to Virgil A. & Linda Stark; $35,000 Terry G. Croskey to Sara Ann Stutzman; $80,000 Norma V. Bair to Michael Tidrick; $53,000 Susan Jane Neading to Kenneth F. & Wilma Hill; $99,900 April 1, 2009 MorEquity, DNC to Joshua R. Moore & Melissa S. Brown; $121,017 April 2, 2009 William E. & Barbara J. Reed to Jeanie M. Barr; $135,000

Rhonda S. Faust to Jared R. & Wendy Redmond; $215,000 April 3, 2009 Timothy L. & Jody H. Greer to Zachary F. Johnston & Haley Tolliver; $67,500 Bill & Melody Maple to Dustie Renee Thornsburg; $10,000 George E. & Joy R. Graves to Matthew C. Shupert, Timothy P. Shupert, John R. Shupert; $184,000 Dale McMasters to Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. as Trustee; $56,837.80 April 6, 2009 Charles Gregory Hackenbracht, Trustee to Derrick C. & Kimberly L. Wilkin; $107,500 Cecil Junior Freetage to Betty S. Bates; $43,500 April 7, 2009 Thomas J. Sutton to Sutton LLC; $67,500 Buckeye Fabric Employees Retirement Plan, et al. to Moon Restorations & Trust of Coshocton LLC; $80,000 Aden A. Yoder to David W. & Mary I. Weaver; $66,204 Ronald P. & Delores M. Leist to Robert Dale & Erika Bush; $57,000 James L. Wilcox to Countrytyme Serving LLC; $5,333.25 April 8, 2009 Nancy J. Conkle, Donald A. Selders, Charles R. Selders et al. to Cindy Parks; $3,000

Marriage License




1998 Oldsmobile Bravada >> $6,695

2002 Ford Escape XLT 4WD >>>>>> $6,995

2006 Ford Mustang

Leather, auto >>>> $11,995

Buy a new vehicle now thru December 31, and deduct the sales tax! This is part of the Consumer Auto Incentive included in the “American Recovery & Reinvestment Act of 2009”

2006 Dodge Ram 1500 4x4 >>>>>> See Sales

Well Equipped >>>>> $209/month

2006 Chrysler PT Cruiser

2005 Chevy Ext Cab 4x4 >>>>>> $12,995

2003 Ford Ranger Edge only 58k >>>>>> $7,995

2005 Chevy Impala >>>>>> $179/month

Call DeCosky Ford for more details



801 S. 2nd St., Coshocton

Phone 740-622-0001 • Fax 740-622-7347

2003 Jeep Wrangler X >>>> $11,995

4.0 6 cyl., 5-spd

Come See Rick and The Guys!! 1921 Otsego Avenue • Coshocton 740-622-3936 • 1-866-622-0207

March 23, 2009 Jonas M. Mast of Baltic to Emma N. Yoder of Walhonding March 25, 2009 Levern Edward Wilson of Coshocton to Amanda Devon Winterringer of Coshocton March 30, 2009 Mervin R. Miller of Millersburg to Susie M. Yoder of Millersburg Daniel Evan Duncan of Warsaw to Mindy Ann Gadfield of Warsaw Nicholas Earl Hahn of West Lafayette to Melissa Dawn Buchanan of West Lafayette April 1, 2009 Brett Howard Bantum of West Lafayette to Melissa Ann Bauman of West Lafayette April 2, 2009 Luther Allan New, III of Coshocton to Janice Doreen Grandstaff of Coshocton April 3, 3009 Shawn L. Sheaffer of Coshocton to Lindsey Marie Woodruff of Coshocton April 9, 2009 Kevin D. Klick of Warsaw to Nacole M. Berisford of Warsaw James R. Fahrney of Baltic to Melissa S. Mizer of Coshocton

Coshocton Common Pleas Court – Divorces/Dissolutions

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

AWD, 36k, loaded, leather

March 20, 2009 Robert Eugene Bailey, Jr of Coshocton to Liz Ann Nemeth of Coshocton

Divorces Granted: Elizabeth Vestal of Coshocton to Charles A. Vestal of Coshocton Michelle A. Deeds of Coshocton to Vincent E. Deeds of Coshocton Crystal Johnston of Coshocton to Jason Johnston of Warsaw Billie G. Leary of Warsaw to Jennings R. Leary of Warsaw Tina Marie Belle of West Lafayette to Stacy L. Belle of West Lafayette Lynn A. McFarland of West Lafayette to Jerry W. McFarland of Coshocton Stacy R. Stottsberry of Coshocton to Larry Stottsberry of Coshocton Audrey E. Jones of Coshocton to Thomas W. Jones of Morgantown, KY Tanya J. Girard of Lubbock, TX to James E. Girard of Coshocton Sharra D. Watson of Coshocton to Rusty D. Watson of Coshocton Dissolution Granted: Kateri M. Woolard of Frazeysburg to Joe M. Woolard of Frazeysburg Teri Lee Cox of Warsaw to Patrick Neil Cox of Coshocton Melissa S. Myers of Coshocton to Kyle Myers of Coshocton Todd William Patterson of Zanesville to Jodi Ann Patterson of Coshocton Stephanie Sue Cognion of Coshocton to Donal Scott Cognion of West Lafayette • Classified Hotline 622-4ADS

622-4ADS HELP WANTED Now Hiring!!! Local

Company has a need for four commissioned experienced Sales Professionals looking for an exciting career in Logistics. Knowledge of the Transportation Industry not required. E-mail resume and salary requirements to




Mowing, mulching, seeding, fertilizer, stump removal and all your lawn care needs. Free Estimates. 740502-3989

FURNITURE Dinette Table with 15 inch leaf and 5 upholstered chairs on casters. 740-6229311

APPLIANCES Working Kenmore Electric Stove with Brook. Call 740-3273027


Yard Sale in The Coshocton County Beacon, 226 Main Street, Coshocton or call 740-622-4237

Installation. 20 years experience. Get started early before the rush! Pool World 740-5022361

120 Bass Accordian, green and ivory $350. 740-829-2853



YARD/GARAGE SALE West Lafayette Chamber of Commerice will be sponsoring the Yellow Flag Garage Sale Days on May 1 & 2. Deadline to register is April 17th. Sign up at Brother’s Hardware or call Debbie at 545-9298 or Christie at 545-9370. Registration fee is $5.00 to help cover advertising cost. Huge Spring Cleaning Garage Sale. 25798 TR 53, Warsaw, take 36E 7 miles outside Warsaw, top of Newcastle hill, 1st dirt road on left,, 3rd house on left. Girls clothes, many household items. April 17th, 18th, & 19th. YOUR CLUTTER Their Treasure! Want to clear away some clutter and make some money this summer? Advertise your Garage/



Bichon Frise female and Hybrid Poochon male had puppies on March 23. Two females/Four males. $250 each (also includes dewclaw removal and first shots). Ready for new homes by May 8th. Serious buyers call 740-5027868. Leave message if no answer.



or chipwood. 5 acres or more. Contact 740545-9227.


Buying Standing Timber - (sawlogs and/or chipwood). Providing all types of harvesting including selective harvesting, thinning, clearing and whole tree chipping. Paying top prices. Prefer 10 acres or more. Call 330-231-0745.


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We attempt to publish reputable advertisers but cannot guarantee those we do not know. The Publisher reserves the right to reject any advertising for any reason.

CLASSIFICATION: Private Party – 25 words for $5.00 with each

additional word only $.25 Commercial Rate – 25 words for $8.00 each additional word only $.50. Garage/Yard Sales – 25 words for $10.00 each additional word only $.50.

Commercial Rates include:

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


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A I R Y - V I E W HEIGHTS - Lots for sale, city water & sewer. Phone 740622-0556


Small Billy Goat, friendly, easy to handle, 3 years old, use to electric fence, $50.00. 740-3273027

APARTMENTS FOR RENT 1610 Adams Street. $425 a month plus $425 deposit, no utilities included, 1-year lease, 2 bedroom, central air, attached garage. 740-622-1371

2 Bedroom,

Stove, refrigerator, garage, No pets, coin operated laundry, 1 year lease. 740-622-8020

$250/mo. $250/deposit. Pay own electric and gas. 740-622-5806 leave message

portable fish finder, carry case, 2 quick brackets. $150 each. $275 both. 740-8244606

AUTOS 04 Chevy Impala, 29 mpg, 70k, $7,995. 740-623-8337 08 Chevrolet Cobalt LS, 14k miles, 5 speed. $9,995. 740623-8337


Upstairs 1BR Apt.

Inground Swimming Pool Liners with


DR 26� Brush Mower, 15hp motor with 200 hrs. Also 42� snow blade. $2.700 new, asking $1,500. 740-824-5240 early A.M. or late P.M.


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2004 Schultz Modu-

lar Home on Full Basement. 3 bedroom, 2 full bath on 1 acre of land near Keene. Owner’s relocating. Must sell! Considering all offers, land contract to right buyer. $106,000. Call 740-824-4004 for more info.

BOATS 1997 Fisher Aluminum Bass Boat, 9.9HP, Mercury motor, trolling motor, fish finder, more, excellent condition. Please call 740-5456496 Minn Kota trolling motor, 12V, 46 pound thrust, like new - Fishin’ Buddy


03 Chevy Malibu, 48k miles, $5,895. 740-623-8337

TRUCKS 1984 Dodge Rampage Pickup. Front wheel drive, 4 cylinder, automatic, good exhaust and tires, good gas mileage, solid body. $1,800. 740-622-2006 06 Dodge Ram 1500 4x4. 740-622-3936

SUV’s 06 Jeep Liberty Sport, Sharp. 740-622-3936 04 Ford Explorer XLT. 740-622-3936






















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June 24, 2009 Coshocton County Beacon  

Volume 2, Number 5 of The Coshocton County Beacon

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