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The 2011 Coshocton Canal Festival royal court, l - r: Savannah Langdon, princess, second alternate; Amelia Flores, princess, first alternate; Amy Jo Johnson, 2011 Princess; Tea’ Boyer, outgoing Princess; Sharon Aronhalt, 2011 senior queen; Cali LaVigne, outgoing queen; Kassidy Meek, 2011 Canal Festival queen; Arieka Galloway, queen first attendant; Shelby Matchett, queen second attendant. Pictured center, Sophia Meiser, junior queen and Cody George, junior king. BeACon PhoTo By MArK ForTune

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Customer Index bicentennial canal festival a huge success by mark fortune Even with the threat of rain, and a downpour Alverson, Vickie Davis and Linnet Lowe. Mike just prior to the Coshocton Canal Festival queen contest on Friday night, a large crowd gathered at the Courtsquare gazebo to see who this year’s queen, princess, senior queen and attendants would be. The contest, sponsored by the Coshocton Towne Centre Association, did not disappoint, and neither did the junior king and queen contest, held on the previous Thursday evening. Always the kickoff to the annual Canal Festival, the Thursday evening junior queen and junior king contest had Haylee Adkins, Payton Cabe, Emmilia Flores, Madison Flowers, Brieanne Hagans, Mattalyn Kiser, Savannah Langdon, Abigail Lillibridge, Sophia Meiser and Mary Miller competing for the title of junior queen and Cody George was the lone junior king contestant. Sophia Meiser was crowned the junior queen and Cody George the junior king for 2011. Judges for the junior contest were; Erin

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Bechtol was the emcee. The chairperson for the event is Trish Wilson. Dan Duren Prudential Financial, Century 21 Courtsquare Realty and WTNS Radio provided goodie bags for the contestants. Best personality awards went to; 4 year old, Savannah Langdon, 5 year old, Mattalyn Kiser, 6 year old, Haylee Adkins, 7 year old, Emmilia Flores and 8 year old, Abigail Lillibridge. Best costume went to Sophia Meiser for girls and Cody George for boys. Sharon Aronhalt, who was crowned senior queen, who said, “This is quite a turn of events. 36 years ago I was helping my daughter (Debi Williams) get dressed for the competition and tonight she was helping me.” Arieka Galloway, Shelby Matchett, Kassidy Meek, Adrianna Sharier and Karli Stonebraker competed for the title of 2011 Bicentennial Coshocton Canal Festival Queen. 16 year old Kassidy Meek, daughter of Kevin and Diane Meek, won the coveted crown. She said, “It was exciting. I was kind of shocked at first. I’m looking forward to travelling, meeting new people and getting to represent Coshocton.” Meek said of her first event, the Queen’s brunch, held at the Civic Hall in downtown Coshocton, “It went really well. Now we’ll get ready for the parade.” Canal Festival queen first attendant is Arieka Galloway, age 14 and queen second attendant is Shelby Matchett, age 17. Seven candidates vied for the title of princess and 13 year old Amy Jo Johnson, daughter of Mike and Connie Johnson earned the crown. She said of the announcement, “I could hardly breathe and I was really happy. I’m looking forward to travelling with all my friends and making new friends.” Johnson said riding the canal boat is “Really exciting, I enjoy it.” She said that to prepare for the competition she came to the gazebo to get a feel for the contest. Princess candidates were Julie Green, Amy Jo Johnson, Rebekah Lillibridge, Madelyn Meiser, Jenna Stonebraker, Lynsey Stonebraker and Megan Stonebraker. Princess second attendant is Rebekah Lillibridge and princess first attendant is Madelyn Meiser.

Beacon Bicentennial Bits #67 Big Brothers, Big Sisters In June 1979, a group of citizens began forming the Big Brothers, Big Sisters program in Coshocton County. By September 1980, Big Brothers, Big Sisters was accepted as a United Way agency and in December, office space was acquired at the YWCA building. In January 1981, the agency had its first executive director.


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The Coshocton County Bicentennial Committee and Coshocton Village Inn and Suites are pleased to announce a very special Labor Day weekend musical event for the Coshocton County community. System’s Go, a popular music combo from the United States Air Force Band of Flight, stationed at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, will perform at the Coshocton County Amphitheatre on Airport Rd on Friday, Sept. 2 from 7 – 8:30 p.m. A multi-task group, System’s Go is the Band of Flight’s main recruiting element for the Air Force. The group tours extensively throughout the year to communities across the Midwest promoting the Air Force and the many opportunities it provides. As part of the Band of Flight’s commitment to community relations and event support, System’s Go performs at schools, fairs, festivals, amusement parks and a host of community-sponsored events during the summer months. Combined with year-round support of military ceremonies and events, System’s Go maintains an extensive performance schedule that relies on the talents and flexibility of its members. Led by TSgt Toby McWilliams, the members of this versatile group have performed with Bob Hope, Earl Thomas Connally, Stevie Wonder, Ricky Skaggs, Ben E. King, Bobby McFerrin and Lee Greenwood. System’s Go has performed at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Dollywood, on the Nashville Network, and at major air shows throughout the Midwest United States. This dynamic group is sure to provide top-

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The people of only see me with one Coshocton County eye. That’s probably deserve to be proud what saved me. So I of the just concluded just smiled at him and Bicentennial Canal fortunately, he plodded Days Festival weekend. on down the street. With hundreds of Our community out of town visitors, owes a big thanks to including many former everyone that helped native Coshoctonians plan and organize that returned to see this year’s parade, family, friends and take bicentennial events, mark fortune part in the festivities, it Canal Festival royalty was indeed a weekend to remember. contests, time capsule and more. From the unveiling of the 1961 Speaking of the time capsule, Sesquicentennial time capsule to hopefully you had an opportunity the crowning of the new royalty, to view the historical documents, the Grand Parade, dedication of the Coshocton Tribune pages, scroll 2011 time capsule, the Texas Tenors with names and more. A steady line (yes, all the ladies were oohing and of visitors passed through the tent aahing) Mayor’s Promenade, and over the weekend searching for a to cap it off on Sunday evening, piece of history, or maybe to find a the Army quintet. It was quite a name on the list. Watch The Beacon weekend. on where the cases containing the Thousands lined the street items will be located. to view this year’s Bicentennial Congratulations to this year’s parade, and it was very much in Canal Festival royalty – and a note favor with the crowd. Well over of appreciation to the outgoing 100 units participated and there queen and her court. Queen Cali were lots of horses, as the many LaVigne and her court represented “pooper scoopers” can attest. We Coshocton County during this past will let them remain anonymous. year with the greatest honor and Thanks for a great job. respect. Thanks for doing us proud. Let’s talk for just a moment I would be remiss if I did not about some of the animals in the mention the passing of Jim Finnell parade. Livestock might be more last week. Jim was not only a good appropriate. I imagine everyone saw friend and someone I enjoyed the team of oxen – they were quite watching high school basketball large. When I snapped a photo – and games with, but a great friend of for some reason the camera saw the the Fortune family, as were his necessity to use the automatic flash mother and father, Clyde and Olive – of the oxen, I swear one of them Finnell. Growing up just around the (the one closest to me) gave me the corner in Roscoe from my dad was evil eye. Being the old farm boy that something they both cherished. He I am – I figured I could outrun him will be sadly missed by many. With if needed. He was after all, dragging Jim’s passing, Roscoe has lost a a big wagon. Thankfully, he could favorite son.

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Sisters Debbie (Dunlap) Booher and Pam (Dunlap) Deibel, who lived in Canal Lewisville growing up, participated in the Canal Festival parade and Mayor’s Promenade with dresses made that closely resembled the dresses they wore as young ladies during a previous Canal Festival. They said they were “Glad we did this. It’s been a lot of fun.” The pair also have a cousin who resides in California visit during the Festival, saying, “We made it a family affair.” The two sisters were among hundreds of native Coshoctonians who came back to their roots for

the Bicentennial weekend, taking time to enjoy the festivities, parade, entertainment and especially the time capsule. Taking time to look through the 1600 names on the scroll, old Coshocton Tribune pages or other memorabilia that was unearthed, was enjoyed by many. Comments on the parade ranged from “the best ever” to, “impressive” to the words from Parade Grand Marshall, the Rev. Robert Millspaugh, who said during his invocation at the dedication of the 2011 time capsule, “This is a great day for our community.” Indeed it was.

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Janice (Jack) Hastings of WV and June Kocher of Zanesville; grandchildren Jamie, Jenn, Elizabeth, Amber, Justin, Brittany, Tiffany, Whittney, Skylar and McKenna; step grandchildren Kayla, Heather, Andrew, Krista, Katie, Alex and Evie; five great grandchildren. Along with his parents, he is preceded in death by his first wife Mary (Tilton) Lewis who passed away in 1995; father and mother in-law Lorenza and Mildred Fowler; three brothers John, William “Bill” and Steve; four sisters Peggy, Betty, Ina Isabelle and Gladys. Calling hours were at the Miller Funeral Home, 639 Main St., Coshocton on Monday August 22, 2011 from 5 - 8 p.m. and one hour prior to the service on Tuesday. Funeral services were on Tuesday at 2 p.m. with Pastor Jim Childers officiating. Interment followed in Prairie Chapel Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be directed to Church of God Parking Lot Fund, envelopes will be available at the funeral home. An online memorial is located at www.themillerfunerahome. com

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James “Jim” E. Lewis, 69, of Coshocton passed away at his home on Saturday August 20, 2011 with his family by his side. Jim was born to the late Wesley and Helen (Fox) Lewis in Meigs County on January 16, 1942. He was an avid lewis bowler at Sunrise in Zanesville and Coshocton Bowling Alleys, enjoyed spending time with his family, restoring cars, shooting pool and watching The Ohio State Buckeyes. He retired from AEP Conesville in 2005 after 20 years of service. Jim had just recently accepted Jesus Christ as his Lord and Savior. He is survived by his wife Saundra M. Lewis, who he married on June 20, 1998; children James “Tank” (Charlette) Lewis of Florence, KY, Joseph “Joe” (Teresa) Lewis of Frazeysburg, Jack Lewis of Dresden and Jeff Lewis of Nashport; step children Shannon (Jamie) Powell of West Lafayette and Tara (Eric) Meddings-Burton of Coshocton; brother Charles Richard (Carol) Lewis of Zanesville; sisters

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Bradley (l) and Bryan Johnson are stirring a pot of beans at the annual G.A.r. bean dinner held in newcastle on Sunday, August 21. Achieving the right consistency is the goal and the pair is going to “bean school” being educated in the finer points of cooking beans by ed Moran, Kenneth Moran and the boy’s father, Chuck Johnson. The “bean team” starts the first pot of beans at 7 a.m.

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August 26th, 1951 The Coshocton JayCees always presented some form of entertainment to finance their many youth activities project. For this event, the Coshocton JayCees had chosen to present a ‘turtle derby’ at the Coshocton football field in September. Bob Thomas, chairman of the event, said that although turtles are considered slow, past events have shown that these turtle derbies can be exciting. Local boys would race the turtles, so the event would be both entertaining to the public and serve as a youth program. Local businesses and organizations each had a turtle they sponsored in the race and hundreds of turtles were purchased.

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August 26th, 1961 Mad Marshall Jacobs came out of ‘retirement’ long enough to perform a stunt in connection with the Sesquicentennial celebrations. In front of approximately 2,500 spectators, Jacobs, shoeless and wearing a beard and a hat, scaled the courthouse as music played from a nearby truck. He lost his hat twothirds of the way up, but received thunderous applause when he reached the top. Jacobs had a stand on Main Street opposite the courthouse where he had on display some news clippings regarding his previous stunts and many postcards. One newspaper clipping was placed in the time capsule that was buried at the courthouse.

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August 27th, 1971 Through the Kno-Ho-Co Community Action committee, approval had been granted from the U.S. Health, Education and Welfare Department to establish a year-round Head Start program in the county. The program would run from September to June. The first year of the program would be in the Coshocton Drive-In Furniture building, which was purchased by a Coshocton resident and dedicated the building to Head Start and other community programs. Coshocton County Head Start Inc. had worked to raise money for the repairs through donations. The program would hopefully begin in October enrolling 30 – 40 children.

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COSHOCTON - Knowledge goes a long way in sports and there is one thing that the Coshocton High School football team has learned over the years. “Our kids know what it takes to be successful,” lauded Redskins head coach Jim Woodrum. Among those traits include dedicating themselves to the weight room in the summer months and carrying their enthusiasm onto the field and the grueling two-a-day preseason practices. “Their work ethic is so good,” said Woodrum, now in his second season as the chief of the Redskins. “That’s probably the biggest key.” Coshocton’s squad will be attempting to achieve a first in school history as it tries to win its division in the newlyaligned East Central Ohio League, and at the same time try to continue a rich tradition of making it to the playoffs. The Redskins have been in the Ohio High School Athletic Association postseason in each of the last four years and are shooting for their 13th overall. Woodrum says that task will be made realistic primarily because of his solid senior class. “We’re very lucky because this class has seen a lot of leadership,” Woodrum said. “That just goes to show that the groups ahead of them have taught them to take on that type of role and they have accepted it and ran with it. They are very good with the underclassmen.” There are 14 seniors on the squad this season, in which the Redskins will compete with Zanesville Bishop Rosecrans, Claymont, Meadowbrook and River View in the ECOL’s small-school division. The big-school division consists of Zaneville, New Philadelphia, Marietta, Cambridge and Dover. “One of our biggest goals is that we want to win all of our home games,” Woodrum said. “We always want to protect our home field and to win the league. This is a new era in the ECOL and we want to be the first league champions in that division and obviously to go on to the playoffs and be playing in week 11.” In regard to the Redskins’ offensive attack, Woodrum feels good about the mix of blocking, passing and rushing. At the skill positions, senior Brody Philabaum returns at quarterback and will be anticipating his fourth varsity letter. He lettered as a kicker his freshman season and has progressed into an

excellent leader. “Brody is such a competitor,” Woodrum said. “He always does a nice job of making good decisions on the field and has performed well under pressure. He took on the kicking duties as a freshman and won the New Philadelphia game for us that year and got us into the playoffs.” Joining Philabaum in the offensive backfield will be seniors Clay Turner and Brandon Walker, as well as junior Sequore Harris. Senior Dylan Ogle also returns at split end where he will pair up with junior Curtis Blake. Junior Tanner Cognion will play tight end. “All these kids are gamebreakers,” Woodrum said. “They can take it to the house about every play.” Senior Drew McNichols returns to help anchor the offensive line at center. The 6-foot-5, 260-pounder will be flanked by senior Jacob Bresciani and senior Nate Conidi at the guards and senior Shane Appis and senior Ren Simpson at the tackles. Bresciani played fullback last season but graciously accepted his new role. “The kids have really taken on that challenge of moving around and sacrificing their individual success for team success,” Woodrum said. “That’s a good feeling for a coach and a good thing to see, especially for the young kids.” Brock Bolden, a junior, will provide a solid back-up at quarterback. “He’s doing a great job and he’s been pushing Brody,” Woodrum said. “If the unthinkable would happen with Brody, I’d feel very comfortable with our situation at quarterback.”

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Defensively, Bresciani and Cognion will be at the inside linebacker positions with Turner and Bolden on the outside. On the line, McNichols and Appis will be at tackle, Conidi and Simpson at the end while Walker and Philabaum play at halfback and Ogle at safety. Chris Huebner and Zach Ball will also see plenty of action both on the offensive and defensive lines. Philabaum will do the punting, senior Evan Johnson will perform kick-offs while both players are capable of extra point and field goal attempts. “We’re very fortunate to have two very good kickers,” Woodrum said. “I’ve coached 15 years on special teams and that’s quite a luxury to have two guys who can do that for you.” Woodrum thinks it will be an exciting season in Redskin Country. “This team works very hard and when you come to watch them play they’re going to be fun to watch,” he said. “They are very enthusiastic. They run to the ball and they love playing defense. “They’re just a great group of kids. They deserve a lot of support and hopefully the community will provide that for them.” The Redskins open the season August 26th when they host East Knox. The ‘Skins also have non-league games against Tuscarawas Valley and West Holmes in weeks two and three. They will also play at Maysville and at Columbus Bishop Hartley in October.


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ground while being one of the Generals’ stoppers on defense. At safety, he was the team’s thirdleading tackler with 63 and paced the team with five interceptions. Also back as offensive starters are senior tackle Joe Holmes, senior split end Dakota Albertson, junior center C.J. Grove and junior guard Coy Johns. Senior Chris Saylor will be the team’s quarterback. He saw limited action last season but Slusser is confidence in his leadership capabilities. Dakota Albertson will be the split end with Chris Davidson joining Holmes at tackle. Ben Newell will pair up with Johns, who played tackle last year, at the guard positions. Brian McElhaney, Brett Mitchell and Landon Smith could all see action at wingback with Jerod Lindig, Andrew Vaughn and Derrick Lahna rotating in on the line. Sophomore Ryan Lowe will be the back-up quarterback and Kody Hains will see action at split end. On defense, Jones and Lingo are back at

the ends with Grove and senior Derek Lahna at tackle. At linebacker it will be Zeigler and sophomore Garret Bethel. Albertson and Saylor will man the corners while senior Brian McElhaney returns at safety along with Lenard Davidson and senior Landon Smith. Key reserves include Seth Bergeron at linebacker, Tommy Layman, Holmes and Johns at tackle, Vaughn at end, Cole Zeigler and Tevis Whitt at cornerback and Mitchell and Laken Bluck at safety. Lingo returns at punter with junior Bret Mitchell the kicker and Albertson the holder. Also vying for playing time will be senior Seth Mason. Ridgewood’s roster contains a total of 34 players who donned a uniform last season. Slusser enters the campaign with a 59-10 record, including a stellar 47-1 mark against IVC opponents. The Generals open the season on August 29th at home against Buckeye Trail. New opponents include Waynedale and Martins Ferry in weeks two and three, and Liberty Center in early October.

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West Lafayette - Only three Ohio programs have compiled more wins since 2005 than the Ridgewood High School football team, which brings to the forefront one word that every sports squad would like to add to its vocabulary: Perennial. The Generals have simply become winners. They rank statewide behind only Bucyrus Wynford (59-1) and Steubenville (57-3) in total victories since ‘05, having won 56 and lost just four and it is their hope to once again be flirting with another double-digit victory season. That has become a common thread throughout John Slusser’s coaching career at the school where expectations are once again high. “There is always pressure to win,” said Slusser, now in his seventh season as head coach. “This season is no different. Every year is a new challenge.” Ridgewood returns six starters on offense and six on defense from a team that notched the school’s 13th Inter-Valley Conference and 9th consecutive berth in the Ohio High School Athletic Association’s post season playoffs. The Generals were 10-1 last year. Among the returnees are seniors Evan Jones, Jake Zeigler, Trent Lingo and Lenard Davidson. Jones, a 6-foot-6, 244-pounder intends to play at Michigan State University once his high school career ends. He was a threat on both sides of the ball. Fourteen of his 59 tackles last year resulted in lost yardage with six quarterback sacks. He also caught 10 offensive passes. A linebacker, Zeigler will be shooting for his third 100-plus tackle season. He led the Orange and Black with 118 stops last year. In his spare time, he will shift over to offensive guard. Lingo is another multi-faceted weapon. A starter at defensive end, he had 60 tackles (11 for loss and six sacks) a year ago and rushed for 314 yards and six touchdowns. He will be at fullback on offense. Davidson chipped in 273 yards on the

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black bears relying on experience WARSAW - With a senior-laden squad and a lingering hunger for success, the River View High school football team enter the 2011 season with enthusiasm and excitement. “We’re excited to get started,” head coach Chad Massie said. “We have a nice group of returning players and a lot of kids with experience. We’re anxious to get out of two-a-days and into the season.” Massie emphasized that the Black Bears’ attack will begin up in the trenches where a lot of the experience lies. Colten Kelso returns as the center while Steven Betz and Dane Weaver will man the tackle positions. Shawn Walters and Clay Wilson will play guard. All are seniors. There is a battle for playing time with juniors Kurt Strongosky and Heath West and sophomores Tyler Triplett and Jake Matthews. “Up front with our line we’ve got four seniors who had playing time and within the offense, that’s where it’s going to start,” Massie said. “The guys are beginning to gel well.” The Black Bears average just under 6-foot and 235-pounds. Junior John Brillhart returns as the

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quarterback with junior Clay Holsclaw and seniors Shawn Wagner and Gabe Mitchell at running back. Rotating in will be junior Kevin Shroyer and sophomores Brandon Adams and M.J. Carey. “We’re not real strong in terms of depth across the board but running back is probably the place where we are the best at,” Massie said. “I feel good about all six of those guys.” Wilson and West will play tight end with the wide receiving corps consisting of seniors Austen Guthrie, Devin Smith and juniors Jason Hammond, Seth McMahan and Brendon Wriston. “The older guys are getting pushed by the young kids and competition is a good thing,” Massie said. “They’ve had a nice camp.” Defensively, Kelso will play nose tackle while sophomores Josh Kempf and Jordan Mullet backing him up. There is a four-way battle for two defensive end positions with Betz, Weaver, Wilson and Matthews. Inside linebackers are Holsclaw and Walters along with Strongosky and West. Vying for playing time at outside linebacker are Shroyer,

Adams and Wagner. In the defensive secondary will be Smith and Guthrie along with Hammond, McMahan and Mitchell. “Our challenge is to develop a third guy for each spot,” Massie said. “With our lack of depth, a fourth will be tough.” Betts will perform the punting duties while Hammond and Bryce Parkhill will compete for kicking duties. “We feel optimistic,” Massie said. “Every team has their battles that they have to get through but I really like the competitiveness of the kids. They complete every play and that is what we stress. “We have a good senior bunch who’s eager to turn things around.” The Black Bears will compete in the newly-aligned East Central Ohio League with Zanesville Bishop Rosecrans, Claymont, Meadowbrook and Coshocton in the small-school division. The big-school division consists of Zaneville, New Philadelphia, Marietta, Cambridge and Dover.

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WARSAW – Chad Gress has experienced a lot of success on the golf course, first as a high school player, then in college and most recently in the area amateur circles. Now his challenge will be to impart the ways of success to the River View High School golf team as the 2011 season unfolds. Gress takes over as head coach from Brad Baker, who spent 14 seasons at the helm. “It’s exciting and a lot of fun, but it’s also a learning experience for me,” said Gress. “Every player is different so you need to learn what motivates them and what doesn’t. I’ve been pushing them quite a bit and have been seeing improvement little by little.” The Black Bears return seven seniors with David McPeak having garnered the most experience. Wade Garret, Sam Hall and Daniel Gwinn all saw varsity action last year with Zach Grier, Andy Raber and Ali rvhs golf team David McPeak, Daniel Gwinn, Wade Garrett, Sam hall, Zack Underwood all hoping to break through this season. Grier, Andy raber, Ali underwood, Matt Denbow, ross Anglin, riley Zimmerman, Rounding out the varsity roster are junior Matt Denbow, sophomores Mike Ashcraft, Kory rinehart, Trenton elliott; names not in order of appearance. Ross Anglin and Riley Zimmerman, and freshman Trenton Elliott. PhoTo ConTriBuTeD To The BeACon By LenZo STuDio Gress believes that through inter-squad competition, more solid golf play will emerge. “We have been playing qualifiers before every match. There are no guaranteed spots,” he said. 8/25 West Holmes (Fire Ridge) A 4:15P “We have seven golfers who are very close and by having them qualify each time, it puts more pressure on them to perform and that should pay off 8/29 Claymont H 4:00P as the season progresses,” Gress said. While there is improvement shown, it has not yet translated into 9/01 Claymont A 4:00P success. The Black Bears opened the season by placing eighth in the 11-team 9/08 Rosecrans (Jaycees) A 4:30P Indian Valley Invitational at River Greens, shooting a 368 behind McPeak’s 81. 9/15 Coshocton (River Greens) A 4:00P That performance was followed by a seventh-place finish in the East Knox Invite at Apple Valley. McPeak led the way with a 90 with Anglin 9/16 Coshocton Inv. (J.V.’s) (Hickory) A 8:30A and Hall both shooting 94s as the team carded an overall score of 376. Then, at the Utica Invitational, Garrett emerged to shoot an 82, Gwinn 9/17 RIVER VIEW INVITE H 9:00A 91 and Anglin 92 as the Black Bears shot a 363 and finished eighth. “All the kids have been getting to the course early and putting in the 9/19 Dover H 4:00P work which is what it takes to improve in this game,” Gress said. “We still have a lot of work to do and all the kids are accepting the challenge. They 9/21 ECOL (River Greens) A TBA know they have to step up.” River View Hosts


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Board members, family and friends – including several King Midget car owners – were on hand to help dedicate the ninth Habitat for Humanity home built in Coshocton County last Friday. Located on S. Eleventh Street in Coshocton, the dedication included Coshocton City Mayor

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and as Sue can testify, I just about got up and walked out because I didn’t think we could do the hours and the down payment. We’re blessed to work with Habitat. Each and every one of you has been super good to us. We couldn’t ask for a better group to work with. We just want to thank all of you from the bottom of our hearts.” Habitat Board President Ernie Galadja said, “I just want to thank everybody for coming here, for the King Midget folks that were in town and shared the day. Thank you for helping make this a special day for the Jenkins family.” Ann Jenkins remarked on how the day made her and husband Dwight feel, “We’re so excited. It’s unbelievable. A dream come true that we never thought would happen for us.” (Editor’s note: The King Midget cars were in Coshocton for the Canal Festival Parade and staying at the Coshocton Village Inn & Suites, which is where Ann is employed. They discovered that the dedication was Friday and made the trek through town to show their support)

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With a large crowd present, Coshocton County habitat for humanity dedicated the ninth home built in the community on Friday, August 19. it will be the home of Dwight and Ann Jenkins, pictured here receiving the key to their new home from nancy nagle, Family Support chairperson for the local habitat chapter. BeACon PhoTo By MArK ForTune

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By MArK ForTune Carol Remington, Executive Director of the PhoTo By MArK ForTune Coshocton County Chamber of Commerce, presented several awards during the quarterly luncheon held Thursday, August 18 at Roberta’s Catering & Event Center. The meeting includes updates from the Coshocton City Mayor, County Commissioners, Coshocton County Convention & Visitors Bureau, Port Authority and Chamber of Commerce. For more complete information and video from this month’s Chamber luncheon, visit www.coshoctontv.com.

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OPEN HOUSE: TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 6, 5:00-7:00 PM An excellent farm in the Spring Mountain area. Superb hunting, a good balance of open and wooded acreage and good road frontage this offering has all of the above. The older 2 story home needs some work but is livable. Has well and septic. The land has some nice level building sites as well as excellent wildlife habitat for that trophy buck. Don’t miss this opportunity to purchase a desirable chunk of real estate which continues to be a solid investment. Call for map and brochure. Sells to the highest bidder at 6:00 p.m. For detailed info, brochure, and pictures go to www.kaufmanrealty.com or contact Jr. Miller for more details. Terms on Real Estate: 10% nonrefundable down payment, balance at closing, no financing contingencies. Any required inspections must be completed prior to bidding. Announcements day of sale take precedence over all preceding advertising and statements. Legal: Parcel # is 0260000009200, located in Monroe Township, Coshocton County and Riverview Schools. Taxes are: $412.13 per ½ year.

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Fall Gardening Workshop. Coshocton County Master Gardeners will be having a Fall Gardening Workshop on Thursday, Sept. 1 at 6:30 p.m. in the Frontier Power Community Room at 778 South 2nd Street, Coshocton. Topics and speakers include local presenters: Kerry Rapp, Director of Clary Gardens on fall rose care and Teresa Scheetz of Fencerow Productions on grape vine wreaths and decorating them with naturally-found items. The fee for this workshop is only $5 and includes educational materials and light refreshments. The registration deadline is Aug. 29. A registration flyer is available at the OSU Extension office in the County Services Building, or download a flyer at: http://coshocton.osu.edu

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Rib Cook-Off. On Saturday, Sept. 24, Woodbury Outfitters and TEAM RINE-O are having a Rib Cook-Off. $900 will be awarded. The public is invited to come and join the festivities. Great music and great food will be available. Dave Lear’s Personal Music Service will be playing from Noon - 6 p.m., and Jeff Poulos and the Blues Review will be playing from 7 - 10 p.m. Vendors will be serving ribs and barbecue throughout the day. The Rib Cook-Off winner will be announced at approximately 6 p.m. Prize money will be awarded for first, second, and third place. Ribs must be fixed on site. The contest will take place in the parking lot of Woodbury Outfitters at 793 S. 2nd Street. There will only be twenty teams accepted for this contest. Entry fee is $50. The deadline to turn in an entry fee is Sept. 16. First place prize money is $500, donated by Woodbury Outfitters; Second place prize money is $300, donated by TEAM RINE-O; Third place will receive $100. Call 1-740-502-0293, or 1-740-502-7533, to enter or for more details.

Sheep Committee to host U.S. Congressman Bob Gibbs. The Coshocton / Tuscarawas Lamb & Fleece Improvement Association will be having a meeting on Wednesday, Aug. 24 at 7 p.m. at Frontier Power Company, located at 770 S. 2nd Street, Coshocton, Ohio. U.S. Congressman Bob Gibbs, and member

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5K Walk/Run. A 5K walk/run will be sponsored by the West Lafayette Volunteer Fire Department on Saturday, Sept. 17 during the West Lafayette Fireman’s Fall Festival at Burt Park on Oak Street. Pre-register for $20 by Sept. 10. The cost the day of the race will be raised to $25. Registration the day of the race will begin at 7 a.m. with the race starting at 8 a.m. The first 100 participants will receive a free t-shirt. There will be awards to runners who finish first and second in each age group male and female and an overall winner for the top three males and females. Contact Brandon or Emily Bradford at 294-2536.

Athletic Passes on Sale. Fall Sports Athletic Passes are now on sale at Stewart Field. Passes are on sale in the principal’s office. Passes available are Football, Volleyball, Jr. High, All-Sport and Punch Pass.

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Fireman’s Fall Festival. The West Lafayette Volunteer Fire Department Association is sponsoring their Fireman’s Fall Festival on Saturday, Sept. 17 starting at 7 a.m. with a pancake breakfast and 5K run. A parade will begin at 11:30 a.m. and two fire trucks that were involved in 9/11 will be there. There will be many other events including corn hole, magic tricks, blow up rides, a pedal tractor pull, crafts, and food prepared by the fire department. A raffle and auction is also being planned. The festival will be on Oak Street around Burt Park in West Lafayette.

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Three Rivers Bluegrass Music. Three Rivers Bluegrass music performs on the 4th Saturday of each month at the Agents Realty and Auction Services Building. Admission is $5 per person and there is no charge for children 12 and under. Food and beverages will be served starting at 5 p.m. furnished by Relay for Life team Alana. The featured band performs each month from 7 – 9 p.m. and the acoustic jam follows from 9:15 – 11 p.m. The featured band for August 27 is Black Diamond Bluegrass Band.

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of the U.S. House of Representatives Agriculture committee, will be discussing farm policy and how it affects the Lamb and Wool industry in Ohio. Everyone is welcome to attend. For more information, call (330) 897-4320. Annual Cognion Reunion. The annual Cognion reunion will be Aug. 28 at the Coshocton Fairgrounds. Lunch will be around 12:30 p.m. Meat and table service will be provided. Medberry Marketplace After Hours. Join the Coshocton County Chamber of Commerce on Aug. 30 from 5 - 6:30 p.m. for three levels of shop tours, tempting samples of lots of specialty products, gourmet soda pop bar, gourmet frozen custard tasting, discount coupons and a personal guided tour of the history and now spiritual encounters of the building. RSVP to Billie Wilson at 622-5411 or email billywilson@coshoctoncounty.net Reminder from the fairground office. Camping and Box Seat payment is due by Sept. 1 if you want to reserve your spot for this year’s fair. Garage Sale. There will be a Yellow Flag Garage Sale at the First Baptist Church located at 688 E. Main Street in West Lafayette on Sept. 9 – 10. There will be a spaghetti supper from 5 – 7 p.m. on Friday night. Help-a-Vet Yard Sale. Coshocton County Vietnam Veterans will be having their second annual yard sale with all proceeds going to assisting veterans in the community. The community can help by giving any useful items for this sale. They will accept items from businesses as well. No clothing donations please. The sale will be Sept. 17 and 18 from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. in the parking lot of Woodbury Outfitters. Golf Scramble. The 8th annual Keely Maxwell Memorial Fund golf scramble will be Sunday, Sept. 18 at Hickory Flatts Golf Course beginning at 9 a.m. with a shotgun start, and will feature a red, white and blue format. Entry fee is $65 per person, which includes skins, 50-50 and mulligans, hot dogs at the turn, and dinner after completion of the tournament. Payout will be $500 for first place, $300 for second, and $200 for third, based on a minimum of 30 teams entered. Deadline for entry is Friday, Sept. 9. For more information, contact Judy Maxwell at 622-0938. Commodity Supplemental Food Program. The Coshocton Senior Center is a distribution site for free monthly groceries for low income senior citizens (age 60 and over) living in Coshocton County. To be eligible, your monthly income cannot exceed $1,180 for one person in the household. Add $414 for each additional household member. You can apply for the program at the Coshocton Senior Center, 201 Brown’s Lane, Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. For more information, call 622-4852. Adult scholarship. The Coshocton Foundation is offering a $700 scholarship for a local adult who is furthering his or her education at a two- or fouryear college or university. The award will honor the memory of Rosa Davis and Frank Shepherd, long-time employees of the Coshocton Tribune. The scholarship fund in their memory was established at the Coshocton Foundation by employees of the Tribune in 2001, following their Frank’s and Rosa’s deaths earlier that year. Any adult resident of Coshocton County enrolled in college is eligible to apply for this scholarship, regardless of major or field of study. Applications are available at the Coshocton Foundation, 220 S. Fourth St., between the hours of 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. or online at www.coshoctonfoundation.org. Completed applications are due in the Coshocton Foundation office by 4 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 9. The winner will be notified by mail by the end of September. Questions may be directed to Kathy Thompson, executive director, at 622-0010.


Community Calendar Alberston Family Reunion. The Alberston Family reunion will be on Sept. 11 at Lake Park Shelter #4 beginning at Noon.

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Chicken Barbecue. The Plainfield United Methodist Church will have its annual Chicken Barbecue on Saturday, Aug. 27. Serving begins at 5 p.m. Menu will include chicken, homemade potato salad, applesauce, roll, dessert and beverage. Price is $8 for adults and $5 for children. The barbecue will be in the air conditioned dining hall.

Gospel Sing. Young at Heart Ministries presents a Gospel Sing on Sept. 24 at 4 p.m. until dark at the Coshocton Court Square. There will be many local talents performing. Bring a lawn chair and enjoy the music.

Taste of Coshocton. The 7th annual Taste of Coshocton is set to kick off the 2011-2012 United Way campaign on Thursday, Aug. 25th from 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. and tickets are now available. Make sure to stop in at the United Way office located at 448 Main Street, Suite 103 to secure a place at Lake Park Pavilion. Seventeen vendors will be there to show off a sampling of different foods and desserts. Tickets are $10, which will enable the holder to receive 10 tastes. Raffle tickets for the Longaberger baskets filled by the Partner Agencies are also available at the office or from the Partner Agencies. Basket raffle tickets are $1 each or six for $5. Any questions can be directed to the United way office at 622-4567.

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Museum Encounter. When we think of artifacts of the Civil War, sword, musket and uniform come to mind as well as insignias, buckles and medals. For loved ones at home, the war was packaged in the dearly cherished letter. Children will begin Museum Encounter: The American Civil War by viewing the special exhibit and learning about the Civil War through the displayed artifacts. Then they will read a selection of soldiers’ letters to learn what the men were thinking while on the battlefields. Children will then use this experience to create a memorial in the form of a mixed media art project. Homeschoolers will participate in the program on Aug. 31 from 10 a.m. – Noon and school children will participate in the program Sept. 17 from 1 – 3 p.m. Program fee is $8 and $7 for Friends of the Museum. Call to reserve a spot at least four days prior to the program.

Coshocton County, White Eyes and Adams Townships, Home sites, deer camp, retreat property, three parcels and will sell all three together. Property contains 14.952 +- Acres, Property consists of woods and open ground with two water wells, spring, septic system, large pond, mobile home in need of some repair, modular home on walk out basement in need of some repair, camping site, and out buildings. Call Auctioneer Paul Bratton 740-327-6331 Terms: $1,000 nonrefundable down payment day of auction. Balance due at closing in 30 days. No financing contingencies. Bank letter of approval. Any required inspections must be completed prior to bidding. Taxes to be prorated to date of closing. Notes: Very low reserve of $15,000.00 Real Estate sells first Auctioneer: Paul Bratton (740-327-6331) License and bonded in favor of Dept. Of Agriculture Attorney: Joseph Skelton Guardian: Starkey Lawrence

Jacob’s Closet. The Warsaw United Methodist Church’s Jacob’s 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. For more information, call 824-3228.

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Antiques and Collectables: Carnival glass, Enamel table, RRP bowls, Burley bird bath, Marble rolling pin, Marbles, Crocks, Oak dresser, Ruby red dishes, Pilco radio, Fire hydrant, Butcher block table, Pitcher pump, Cast iron kettle, Cross cut saw, Costume jewelry, Kitchen depression ware, Furniture: Rocker glider, Bedroom suite, Roll top desk, Jewelry box. Misc.: Tire chains, Feed scales, Hunting knives, Pocket knives, Huffy bikes, Meat grinders, Butcher Boy band saw, fender guitar, 25 plus fishing rods and reels, sinker mold, baits, fox calls, Ranger tool box, Johnson sea horse outboard motor, Compound bow, Groen stainless tank, and much more. Tools: Air compressor, Lincoln welder, Torch set, Lg. vise, Ratchet binders, Chain hoist, Tripod, Older DeWalt arm saw, Tool box, Small and large hand tools, Lg. anvil, Chain hoist, Log chains, Pedestal grinder, Belt sander, lawn trailer, front tine tiller, Equipment: 8N Ford tractor, 6’ finishing mower, Ford loader, 5’ pull brush hog, two 5’ brush hogs, hay rake, front end loader, 6’ disc, Woodsman buzz saw 3-point hitch, two bottom plow, 6’ blade, Three sickle bar mowers, Three Hudson sprayers, Cement mixer. Vehicles Boat: 1981 Ford LTD, 2003 Chevy Impala, 1989 Ford ranger truck, 1971 Starcraft boat. Notes: Large auction will be running two rings. Partial list much, much more not listed. Lots of misc. tools. Photos at www.auctionzip.com Auctioneer ID #5771 Auctioneer: Paul Bratton Terms: Cash or good check, Items sell as-is, Still un-packing, Partial List

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Family nights. Family nights at the Chili Crossroads Bible Church are about to get even better. Starting Sept. 7th, AWANA clubs will be part of the fun. Ages 2-18. Come join the games, learn the Bible and have a blast. Adults and kids are all welcome. Every Wednesday night, starting Sept. 7th, from 6:30 – 8 p.m. Chili Crossroads Bible Church, 29445 County Road 10, Fresno, OH 43824. 740-545-9707 www.chilibiblechurch.org. The Chili Crossroads Bible Church is located 8.3 miles north of Canal Lewisville on County Road 10.

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Yellow Flag Garage Sales. The Village of West Lafayette will have their Yellow Flag Garage Sales on Friday, Sept. 9 and Saturday, Sept. 10. Maps are available. Call Christie at 502-1286.

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Community Calendar Blood Screening. The West Lafayette Rotary Club will be having a fall blood screening on Saturday, Sept. 10 from 7 – 9 a.m. at the West Lafayette Baptist Church. For more information, call 545-6743. Bake Sale and Food Stand. Boy Scout Troop 409, sponsored by West Lafayette First Baptist Church, is having a bake sale on Sept. 10 from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. at Pearl Valley Cheese, located at 54760 Township Road 90, Fresno. Many delicious baked goods will be available and provided by the troop. While some of the troop will be at Pearl Valley Cheese, others will be at Buehler’s at 830 S. 2nd St., Coshocton, serving items from the lunch stand in front of Buehler’s from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. The proceeds from these fundraisers are for camping registrations, camping gear, and traveling costs for the Boy Scouts in Troop 409. For more information, call Gwen Bordenkircher, Committee Chair, at 502-0470. Kids America. Upcoming Kids America sports activities: KA Academy Fall Soccer (Outdoor) / August 20-September 29 / $50 / Ages 7-10; Shorties Fall Soccer (Outdoor) / August 20-September 29 / $40 / Ages 3-6; You do not have to be a member to participate.

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Register for Fall Classes. Early Advantage Preschool, located in the Kids America Complex on Otsego Avenue, is currently taking applications for Fall Preschool enrollment. Fall classes begin Tuesday, Sept. 6. Classes are available for 3, 4 & 5-year old children. Jody Lenzo, Ellen Mathews and Vickie Jones bring a combined experience of over 50 years teaching preschool children and preparing them for kindergarten. For more information, stop by Early Advantage Preschool or call Jody Lenzo at 622-4342, Vickie Jones at 622-6211 or Ellen Mathews at 545-5107. Give your child that Early Advantage and sign up now for Fall classes. Howard High School Reunion. The Howard High School Reunion will be Saturday, Sept. 10 at Kokosing Valley Campground, located at RT 36, Millwood, Ohio. A covered dish dinner will begin at 1 p.m. Bring a covered dish, plates, silverware, and a drink, and any pictures of interest. EK grads are also welcome.

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Public Record Coshocton Common Pleas Court – Divorces/Dissolutions Divorces Julie A. Endley of West Lafayette from Mark W. Endley of Marion, OH Dissolutions Roshelle M. Magee of Conesville from Michael L. Magee of Coshocton Nikki Vatter of Fresno from Richard Vatter of Coshocton Marriages: Mark Evan Andrews of West Lafayette to Karen Lynn Erman of West Lafayette Robert Gibson of San Francisco, CA to Lizbeth Jumper of Coshocton Justin Tanner Lapp of West Lafayette to Denise Kay Duncan of West Lafayette Stevan Allen Miller of West Lafayette to Lea Ann Garrison of West Lafayette Joshua Randall Fisher of West Lafayette to Kelly Lynn Holbrook of West Lafayette Shane Corey Wesney of Warsaw to Kassandra Kay Smith of Warsaw Todd Allan Thornsley of Coshocton to Christie M.L. Nelson of Coshocton Dakota Austin Farley of West Lafayette to Courtney Anne Holdsworth of West Lafayette Land Transfers: 8/12 CitiMortgage, Inc. to Robert J. Johnson; $15,000 8/15 Raymond E. Young II and Laura Hixson to Vicki S. Guthrie; $109,000 Marjorie E. Pizzino to Kenneth A. Prentice and Lisa D. Prentice; $91,500 Douglas Richardson to Paul L. Taylor; $115,500 8/16 Thomas R. Allman to Gladys Diane Patterson; $110,000 Edward N. and Jan L. Beal to Daniel L. Cutshall; $60,000 Marvin M. Hershberger and Ruth Hershberger to Edgar and Polly A. Raber and Marilyn Neiswander; $45,000 8/17 Jerry R. Troyer and Jana L. Troyer to Arlyn A. Hershberger and Carrie E. Hershberger; $225,000 Gladys Diane Patterson to Matthew E. Hahn; $107,500 Bradley Peters and Barbara Peters to Lowell J. Dickerson Jr.; $11,000 Mark E. Utley, Trustee, to J. Sutton Properties; $37,500 Land Transfers Exempt from Conveyance Fees 8/12 David W. Weese and Sabrena L. Weese to Springleaf Financial Services, Inc. Jerry W. Olinger and Tracey L. Olinger to Jerry W. Olinger and Tracey L. Olinger, Marcus A. Olinger, and Jay M. Olinger 8/15 Lisa Annette Williams to Kervin Lee Williams Dorothy Mae Nelson to Carol Ann Nelson Ivan L. Stutzman and Clara I. Stutzman to Neudorf Acres, LLC Mary Ellen Taylor and Pamela Ann Wheeler as successor trustees to James F. Gribble of the James F. Gribble Trust Mark E. Utley, successor Trustee of the Joyce K. Renfrew Trust to Mark E. Utley, successor Trustee of the Tracy I. Renfrew Trust 8/16 Melvin W. Rollman to Thomas Rollman, Mary Tracey and Ann Rollman Floyd A. Yoder and Marlene A. Yoder to Jayvon Enterprises LLC 8/17 Secretary of Housing and Urban Development to Ryan L. Boatman and Nena M. Boatman David F. and Suellen K. Adkins to David F. and Suellen K. Adkins Helen L. Fitzgerald to Mark K. Fitzgerald


CLASSIFIED ADS ATTENTION! REWARD! For information regarding glider taken from porch, and extension ladder from garage and other items from 400 block on North 9th Street. Also, rewards for green Paulon Shark saw and other items taken from garage on South 10th Street. For further info. call 740622-8889

Seasoned Firewood Cherry-Walnut-Oak and other woods. Cut/Split/ Delivered $50 each load. (Will cut to size and length). Great Gift Idea! or Build-up supply for next year! 740-5023657 740-294-0727 GARAGE/YARD SALE

1316 Stewart Lane. Saturday, August 27, 9-4. Baby items, household items, computers, SERVICES OFFERED desks, misc.

Kitchen and Bath Renovations. Insurance jobs welcome. Kitchen En-Counters. 740-294-9636

Garage Sale. 116 West Pleasant, Canal Lewisville. Friday/ Saturday (26th&27th), 7-3:30. Fishing tackle, 32” TV, XBOX Kinect APPLIANCES with games, Furniture, handmade jewelry, Kevin’s Used Appli- homecoming dresses, ances. Call first 740- air hockey table, misc. 390-5114. No phone calls after 6pm. No Moving Sale! 756 checks. Washer & dry- Pine Street. Saturday, 8/27, 8-? 2005 Honda ers, ranges & etc. Shadow Sabre, TV, VCR/tapes, men’s, women’s, boys clothing, furniture, walnut desk, office chair, end table, household items, books, toys.

HABITAT RESTORE wants your appliances, large household items, and building supplies. Donations can be dropped off at 1301 Walnut Street on Thursdays, Fridays & Saturdays 9-4 or we pick up! Call Jason at 740-202-2002. Donations are tax deductible Large Moving Sale. 213 Bank St. Conesville. August 25 & 26, 9-2. Antique clawfoot table, baskets, name brand clothes all sizes, home school materials, furniture, tools and tons more. MISC ITEMS 1992 Coachman 5th wheel, good condition. $3,700. OBO. 1969 Wheelhourse Hydro 10HP, good mower deck to restore or for parts. $150. 740-2918372

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Buying: Boy Scout patches and memorabilia one patch or entire collections. Call 740623-0793 leave message or email scoutpatchohio@yahoo.com

2BR House, 525 Wilson Ave. W/D hookup, no pets. $455/mo. includes W/S/T. 740498-2628

WANTED: Junk vehicles, scrap metal, appliances, batteries and junk mowers. Also one time clean up and removal of rubbish. 740545-5025 Wanting: Standing Timber, 5 acres or more. G. Yoder Logging. 330-897-7706 Press 1. APARTMENTS FOR RENT AREA RENTAL INFORMATION. Houses and Apartments. Rent or I’ll help you buy! Call 740-622-9791 today! Roscoe Area, 1 bedroom, 2nd floor, off street parking, all appliances, gas heat, carpeted, no pets, lease, ref., deposit. 740-622-6155

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2009 Utility trailer 5’x8’, rear door, used once, excellent condition. $1,800 OBO. 4x8 flat trailer $100. 740826-7390 or 740-584For Rent, Farm House, 5818 Millcreek Township. $600/mo. free heat. AUTO REPAIR 740-622-5374 Hardesty Auto SpeIn Coshocton very cialty. 740-545-9845 by nice 1-2BR, 2 bath, appointment. 2 miles central A/C, stove/ North CR 93. Parts at refrig., garage, W/D. cost. Labor rates you $500/mo. Ref/Dep re- can afford. Exhaust quired. non-smoking, repair, custom pipe no pets. 740-622-4254 bending, brakes and leave msg. computer diagnostics & more Owner Financing. 447 N. 9th Street, Coshocton. Only $1,500 down Got something you and $194.41 monthly really want to sell!? payment. 330-447Put it in front of 7303 thousands of readers in The MOTORCYCLE Coshocton County Beacon classifieds! 2004, 1200 XLCH Cutom Sportster, extra chrome, Basani exhaust, low miles. 740294-5928

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Volume 4, Number 17 of The Beacon

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