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AUGUST 27, 2014

1954

AUGUST 29TH, 1954 Sara Jane Lemley had been drawing at an early age under the direction of her father who was an artist for American Art Works. Lemley’s drawing had just won her first prize in a nationwide contest sponsored by DariDelight Inc. of Rock Island, Ill. She had been awarded a $500 savings bond which Lemley said she would save for her future education. There were more than 400 entries made locally and more than 10,000 nationwide. The theme for the cartoon contest was safety and each drawing was to be based on that theme.

1964

AUGUST 31ST, 1964 The Ridgewood High School vo-ag department and the FFA Chapter were sponsoring a corn test plot field clinic. This 12.5 acre plot would feature 16 different varieties of corn that was donated by area farmers from Coshocton, West Lafayette, Fresno, and Newcomerstown. The plot, located near the athletic fields at Ridgewood High School, was undergoing a variety of tests including testing tillage methods, several fertilizer applications, corn planted at rates from 10,000 to 30,000 per acre, weed control, and corn being grown on a variety of soil textures.

1974

AUGUST 28TH, 1974 The Footlight Players were on a mission to raise money for their new theatre. To help raise funds and to celebrate their 25-year history in Coshocton, the group planned to perform, “A Night to Remember”, a show that would feature excerpts from some of their more popular shows they performed. When deciding on what to perform, the members chose plays that were an instant success when they were first produced. Some that were included were: “Harvey”, “Brigadoon”, “The Fantasticks”, “Fiddler on the Roof”, “Gypsy”, and “Mrs. Lincoln”. The script was written by Liz Harris who would also narrate.

COSHOCTON – If you are looking for a way to treat your mind, body and spirit, then you will want to read “Five High-Frequency Essential Oils That Can Change Your Life.” The free e-book was recently released by Kristy Turner-Miller, LMT, NMT from Alternative Therapies & Massage, LLC at 409 ½ Main St. and can be downloaded by visiting her website, www.kristyturner.com. “I wanted to get awareness out there about these oils and this was an easy way to spread information on what they do,” Turner-Miller said. “Just smelling them can make you feel

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1984

BANKRUPTCY

SEPTEMBER 1ST, 1984 Hilliard Maxwell enjoyed workng with his fellow employees and meeting the general public but had decided to retire after 37 years in the postal service at West Lafayette. He remembered that before mail delivery, people used to come into the post office to pick up their mail and he missed seeing and talking to members of the community. Other changes Maxwell had witnessed were the creation of the zip codes and sectional centers like Zanesville and Columbus. He planned to travel and work in his lawn and garden after retirement.

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BY JOSIE SELLERS different.” In her book, Turner-Miller explains what essential oils are and that they are some of the most powerful and therapeutic agents. They’ve been known to help people find relief from disease, infection, pain and mental difficulties. “They are used a lot in European countries and the Cleveland Clinic is even using them,” Turner-Miller said. Her book also gives information on the five oils that she believes have the most impact on a person. Forgiveness can help release hurt feelings and negative emotions. Joy can help a person overcome grief and depression. Exodus II can help fight viruses and bacteria. Sacred Mountain instills strength and Thieves is a blend of antiviral, antiseptic, antibacterial, antiinfectious essential oils. “I picked these five because they are the most potent and can cause the biggest change,” Turner-Miller said. “I enjoy all five of them. When I try to pick a favorite, I find another one I love just as well.” The oils can be mixed with distilled water and sprayed on your pillow or your skin, put in unscented lotion or mixed with olive oil. You also can experience their benefit by just smelling them or rubbing them into your neck or arms. “It’s absorbed right into your system so the change is felt almost immediately,” TurnerMiller said. The oils that she uses are Young Living Essential Oils and are on display and available for purchase at her office. The oils cost anywhere from $28 a bottle and up, but quantity discounts and wholesale prices are available online. “They keep forever and don’t go bad,” Turner-Miller said. “Just a drop does wonders.” For more information, call Alternative Therapies & Massage at 622-6330. JOSIE@COSHOCTONCOUNTYBEACON.COM

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