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perry chApel celebrATes 150 yeArs pAge 22 clAssIFIed pAge 27 This edition of The Beacon published in honor of our teachers. “Shining a Positive Light on Coshocton County”

bow wow The annual Don McVay Sr. Memorial Hunt was held at Schumaker Farms near West Lafayette this past weekend with local beagler

enthusiast Marc Murray winning the Opposite Sex Total Dog with Gr. Ch., Gr. Hunting Beagle Ch. Hunter Run Molly, a five year old female. Pictured L to R are; Front Row: Ethan Murray and Marc Murray; Back Row: Vada McVay and Keeley Murray. Michael Carder of N. Greenville, Kentucky won overall dog. See article on page 3. BEaCON PHOTO By MaRK FORTuNE

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Agents Realty and Auction Service...................23 Business and Service Directory..................8 Carton’s Shoes ...............15 Coshocton Antique Mall ..14 Coshocton County Air Show...................1 Coshocton Convention and Visitors Bureau .........10, 15 Coshocton County Memorial Hospital ...................7 Coshocton County Senior Center......................6 Coshocton Lumber...........12 Coshocton Town and Country Club .......................12 ........24 Dale Gress Auctioneer and Real Estate ......23, 25 Damon’s Pizza ..................5 Designs by Michele .........24 Dr. Gerald Arndt ...............6 Extermital .......................19 G&M 5 Point Auto ..........24 Golden’s .........................14 Good News Book Store...14 Hershberger Country Store .....................11 Hilltop Golf Course............5 Kaufman Realty........22, 23 Lafayette Pointe................7 Lenny’s Barber Shop .........5 Miller’s Storage Barn ......19

Milligan Memorials............6 Mission Auto Connection.............28 Mohawk Country Store.....9 Mosier Computer.............12 Murray’s Tire Service......24 Olde Town Deb Myers ....25 Olde Town Jessica Williams .................22 Olde Town Marc Lacy .....25 Peddicord Rice Auctioneer and Real Estate ......20 Phase III Hair ....................3 Premier Rental ................24 Route 5 Auto ..................24 Schumaker Farms ...........11 Seed Consultants............11 Seton Coshocton...............7 Shelby Theatres................2 Sue’s Hallmark ...............15 Taylor Insurance .............16 The Garden Patch ...........17 The Party Package Too!..14 Triplett Pharmacy.....14, 15 United Way of Coshocton..............10 Walhonding Valley Farmers....................3 Walhonding Valley Sand and Gravel ....................17 Wells Fargo Advisors.........3 Wilson Carpet and Furniture ..................5 Windsorwood Place...........6


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‘new student palooza’ day kicks off new year at career center One hundred forty-plus juniors attended their first day of school Tuesday, Aug. 24 at the Coshocton County Career Center. The juniors-only day was filled with fun and informative activities to help the students feel welcomed and confident about beginning their career-tech journey at the school. The morning began with a ‘Jeopardy!’-type game show designed to introduce them to Career Center instructors and support staff. After this, the students were split into four groups where they were rotated on an escorted building tour and dress code VIolATIon New Student Palooza Day chairman tour of the grounds. The students and Career Center Social Studies instructor Karen Overholt prepares then enjoyed a mid-morning to launch a flying disk as a reward to a new career center student who snack and were introduced to the successfully answered a dress code violation question. Staff members eight student associations or clubs performed humorous skits to illustrate the school’s rules and regulaavailable for student membership. tions. PHOTO CONTRiBuTED TO THE BEaCON Finally, the school rules and regulations were explained to the Principal Eddie Dovenbarger, School Counselor incoming juniors through a number of humorous Doug Nagle and district Superintendent Deborah skits performed by staff members. Kapp-Salupo, the students proceeded to their After lunch in the cafeteria, during which academic classes for a short session with each of students had the chance to meet one-on-one with their academic teachers. The final rotation brought students into their career-tech labs for an afternoon session, where career-technical instructors went over Shelby Theatres 460 Downtowner Plaza • Coshocton • 622-6855 their program plans for the year. In some of the Movies: Call for Show Times! 622-3456 (film) labs, the students were invited to participate in Starting Fri, Sept. 3rd “Knight & Day” (PG-13) | “Nanny McPhee Returns” (PG) a hands-on activity designed to introduce them Super Saver Tuesday! --- $2.00 All Day Long! to their programs of study. These activities (excludes certain movies) 0040_090110 enabled the new students to get to know their instructors a little better, familiarize themselves with their new lab environment and work with other students in their programs. The day ended with an ice cream bar social and a special drawing in which students had the opportunity to win ball caps. The incoming juniors from River View, Coshocton and The Family of Larry and Carol Smith Ridgewood high schools seemed excited to begin their career-tech journeys. would like to thank each and everyone who came to the benefit and supported us in any way. We would like to thank Friends & Family of everyone individually, but we know we would forget someone, so we just want to thank everyone from the bottoms of Come and Celebrate her 90th Birthday! our hearts. Thank you to all of the merchants and individuals that donated to the auction and all of the personal donaSunday, September 5 tions. And to everyone who helped out in Open HOuse any way. 4 to 6pm

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Memorial Brings Meaningful Tribute On August 14, the 2nd Annual Butch Bowman Memorial Softball Tournament was held at Lake Park. Along with family, great contributors came this year a wonderful group of guys who reunited after many years to honor “Butch” by bringing back a large part of the FOE #761 original team. This year’s tournament was a great success and will fund two area 2011 graduates with scholarships. The Bowman Family wants to thank all sponsors, Tom Sells, umpires, and a host of great friends for making this all happen.

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The Don McVay Sr. Memorial Hunt, hosted by the Coshocton County Beagle Club, was held over the weekend at Schumaker Farms near West Lafayette with over two hundred participants. Don McVay Jr., commented, “We have people here from Arkansas, West Virginia, North Carolina and other states in our community to enjoy the beautiful skies, temperatures and each other’s company. Coshocton County is well represented with the weather, now we just need the rabbits to help out”. Marc Murray of Crowtown Kennels won Opposite Sex Total Dog with Gr. Ch. Gr. Hunting Beagle Ch. Hunter Run Molly, a five year old female beagle. Murray said, “I consider it an honor – there were a lot of very good dogs here and a lot of good competition. Next to the Beagle Nationals (held in Coshocton at the fairgrounds in April) this is the biggest show. I look forward to this particular hunt each year. There is always a superior raffle and it’s great to be a part of something that means so much to a lot of people. I would encourage local people to come out and attend the show next year. This is one of the most enjoyable hunts of the year”. Billed as the second largest UKC event, the Don McVay Sr. Memorial Hunt brings out the best in dog and man. Greg Baker of Winston Salem, North Carolina, who has been involved with hunting beagles for about 15 years, and attends the hunt almost every year, said, “These guys are all pretty much friends and we like to come and support them. This is all about the camaraderie and getting to know different people and learning about different types of dogs”. Vada McVay, said, “The magnitude of people that come to remember my husband is overwhelming. It means an awful lot to me and

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The Don McVay Sr. Memorial Hunt is held late each summer at Schumaker Farms near West Lafayette and hosted by the Coshocton County Beagle Club. Pictured L to R are some of the many raffle items in the background with event coordinators and family members; Megan Sampsel, Don McVay, Jr., Pam McVay, Stephanie Murray, Danny McVay, Dave McVay, Vada McVay, Denny McVay and Dorothy Manning. Not pic- all natural, no hormones, no antibiotics, tured, Shelly McVay. BEaCON PHOTO By MaRK locally grown beef


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the boys. The people that help put on this event are just tremendous, they’re enormous. Everybody just provides an outpouring of support and it means so much to us, the club for supporting this event, just everybody”. Sundowner Kennels, started by the late Don McVay Sr., is world renowned in the world of beagling and in particular for a feat in 2005 when they had both the world champion hunting and world champion show dog. That was the first time that any one kennel had won both in the same year. The people of Coshocton County deserve to be proud of what Sundowner Kennels has achieved in the world of beagling.

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Mark’s Musings

What’s with all the proud here in Coshocton butterflies? They seem County. And let’s not to be fluttering about like forget about the bands political campaign signs – these young people in October. I believe work hard during the that this summer has summer – and endured brought more butterflies the miserable heat and than I can recall in many humidity in late July years. Now, the real and August just like our question begs – why do football boys. Be sure to they insist on fluttering watch their performances and hovering on the and give them their due. MArk ForTune This week’s Beacon has highway? That seems to be almost a certain way to bring their a photo of each area band and some fluttering to an untimely end. Try as I comments from each band director. might, I cannot dodge all of them. Is Next week’s Beacon will focus on it the heat? The yellow paint? Or is the remaining fall sports; soccer, golf, this some conspiracy from those that volleyball and cross country. Good do not like butterflies? If a group that luck to all area young men and women dislikes butterflies actually does exist. as they embark on another year of Okay, this is written tongue in cheek academics and athletics. of course, yet, wouldn’t you agree that As the final US combat patrols the quantity of butterflies is somewhat pulled out of Iraq last week, our surreal this year? Someone knows the troops in Afghanistan continue to face answer to this – and time did not permit hardships and losses. Hopefully, you me to Google. will recall that our country is still at war And that brings us to the next – and of course we still have 50,000 subject – hummingbirds. Very soon, troops in Iraq, including Special Forces our brightly feathered little friends units. It’s sometimes easy to forget that will be making the long trek south so we have young men and women that keep those feeders full as they gorge continue to put their lives on the line themselves for the trip. My prediction for our national security. Say a prayer for their flight from Coshocton County for them. – September 10. The warm weather The 2010 Coshocton County Air could keep them here longer than the Show – “Wings Over Coshocton” takes beginning of September. And of course flight on Saturday, Sept. 18 at Richard I have absolutely no idea what I’m Downing Airport beginning at 9 am. talking about with regard to that. But There is plenty to see and do prior to I imagine Tammi Rogers at the OSU the flights themselves, which begin at Extension office just might know that 2 pm. You won’t want to miss the B2 tidbit of information. Or perhaps local flyover earlier in the day! bird enthusiast Steve Miller has that And the Saturday prior to that, piece of knowledge. And there are Sept. 11, will be the Wine Festival at others – but not me. I just know that the Courtsquare in Coshocton. Again, when I park myself on the deck and no there is more than enough to see and longer see them hovering around the do right here in Coshocton County. feeder – well, see you next spring! The final “First Friday” of the summer All three local high school football is this week, Sept. 3 in downtown teams scored a victory last Friday Coshocton. Check out the center pages night. What a great way to begin a new of this week’s Beacon for details. See year of area football. Congrats to all you around town. coaches, players and fans. You do us

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Who are these so-called celebrities? We humans put them on a pedestal and then pedal them with so much emphasis that we eventually wear them out. They become drug addicts, sex addicts, alcohol addicts, etc. We should realize that only God should be our emphasis as a true celebrity to be celebrated. Only then will realize the transitory nature of what is truly important. Our lives, without saying, are like vapors and

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will vanish and then reappear in due time with the elegance of a glorified body that can only be obtained by believing in the one who gave you a soul, body and spirit in the first place. Place the emphasis on God and then you will realize true importance. Harry James Medley Jr Coshocton Ohio

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Coshocton County Engineer Frederick Wachtel announced construction crews will be replacing a bridge on County Road 402 in Perry Township beginning Monday, Aug. 30. The closure will last for approximately three weeks and then re-open to traffic. The work will force the closure of County Road 402, approximately 0.8 mile east of State Route 206, near New Guilford. Suggested detour routes in the area would include State Route 206 to Township Road

373 to Township Road 375. This project is part of the annual replacement and maintenance program conducted by the County Engineer. This project is funded by Motor Vehicle and Gas revenues and is being constructed by county crews. Coshocton County maintains 287 bridges on county and township roadways. Anyone with questions may contact the Coshocton County Engineer’s Office at 622-2135 or visit them online at www.

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The Positive Purpose MS Support Group is planning a Finger Foods Fling on Sunday, Sept. 12 at 2 p.m. The event will take place at the Coshocton County Memorial Hospital located at 1460 Orange Street in Coshocton. With after school and holiday parties just around the corner, a few fabulous finger foods are a must. Highlight your favorites by bringing some to share with everyone. Classic appetizers and beverages will be provided. For more information and to RSVP, call Angie at 502-2540 or CJ at 824-4370. Or e-mail them at and put PPMS in the subject line of the email. This group is sponsored by the National Multiple Sclerosis Society at 1-800-667-7131 and the Multiple Sclerosis Foundation at 1-800225-6495.





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part program in their schools and communities showing that significant steps are being taken to promote the set values. This is the fifteenth consecutive year that C.H.S. has been honored with this award. Coshocton High School will continue to emphasize sportsmanship and goodwill by nominating and rewarding weekly winners in cooperation with Crowtown Pizza, WTNS and the Coshocton Tribune.


Coshocton High School was once again named the winner of the Harold A. Meyer Sportsmanship, Ethics and Integrity Award. The award is sponsored by the Ohio High School Athletic Association and the recipients are selected by the OHSAA Sportsmanship, Ethics and Integrity Committee. The award is presented to schools that take significant steps in their schools and communities to not only emphasize sportsmanship to students, coaches, parents and fans, but also to emphasize the values of ethical behavior and integrity. The winners are required to complete an eight-



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EHS infants and children. This partnership also provides parents, caregivers and HS staff with the latest evidence-based information on how they can help prevent tooth decay and establish a foundation for a lifetime of oral health. The State Leadership advisory team and the mentorship teams are vital to development of collaborative networks throughout the state. The vision is that local networks consisting of local dentists and HS personnel as well as other community leaders will work together to identify strategies to overcome any barriers to HS children’s access to dental homes. The state launch will bring together the State Leadership Advisory Team and representative Mentorship Teams to participate in activities that will establish a common knowledge base for individuals from the dental and Head Start communities. The Ohio State Launch will be Oct. 6 - 7 in Columbus.

coshocton hospital hosting health and wellness 5k run Coshocton Hospital continues its mission to provide Coshocton County with exceptional healthcare. Part of that mission includes a concern for the overall wellness of the community. It is their desire to provide an incentive for you to “get off the couch” and use exercise as a means to improve your health and wellness. The Coshocton Hospital Health & Wellness 5K Run & Walk will be Saturday, Oct. 23 at 8 a.m. The registration fee is $15 before the event or $20 on race day. The race age divisions are 0-9, 10-14, 15-19, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-60, and over 60. Your registration fee includes a t-shirt for each participant, a medal for all runners, trophies for top three male and female in each age division, and a one-year single membership to Kids America to the overall male and female winners All hospital employees and the community are invited to participate. Walking or running is the most effective form of exercise because it is so easy to do, it costs so little, it doesn’t require any special equipment, and it is fun to do with a friend or family member. There are even stepby-step plans that help you train for this type of event. Check out for a “Couch to 5K” training plan. Your good health is a priceless gift you can give your loved ones. Please join us in the race to better health and wellness. For more information, contact Janet Miller at 623-4351, Seth Peterson at 623-4128 or Karen Erman at 623-4122.

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winning books at libraries, awarded one college scholarship, sponsored five youth to attend OFBF leadership camps and sponsored several area meetings like CAUV, and co-sponsored the meet the candidates night. As one member in attendance said, “The Coshocton County Farm Bureau believes in Coshocton County and in preserving our way of life. That’s why I am a member”.



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Coshocton Smurfit Stone Container Corporation plant, this year’s United Way campaign corporate sponsor, had this to say, “Smurfit Stone has always been a large contributor to the United Way. In fact, I think we’ve been the largest contributor for the last ten years. We were the corporate sponsor about ten years ago so we felt it was time to step up again. We are pleased and proud to be able to do that. I think all of the employees lIVIng unITed The Lake Park Pavilion was filled to the brim on Thursat the mill are community day evening, aug. 28 as the sixth annual “Taste of Coshocton County” had minded and certainly they area restaurants, chefs and caterers providing delicious samples of their have been stepping up and wares at the kickoff event for this year’s united Way campaign. Pictured giving and contributing to are Liz Porteus and allison Williams trying some of the goodies before United Way for years. We they began helping at the event. The girls had sampled some sweets and are very pleased that they do cheese. BEaCON PHOTO By MaRK FORTuNE so – we are fortunate to have the jobs that we have there Dave Powers from the hospital. We’ve done this and we also know there is a lot of need in the now for six years and it’s getting to be a pretty community. We’re trying to help and this is a well oiled machine. It just falls together with a good way to do that. This is always an exciting lot of help from a lot of people”. day here at the Taste of Coshocton and seeing Wendy Schumaker of Schumaker Farms so many people coming out – I read somewhere Catering was awarded with the people’s choice that those of us that have need to be giving to award for best food. She commented about the those that don’t. That will make you feel good recognition, “It feels wonderful. There are so and certainly help those that receive feel good as many other good restaurants and caterers here – well”. it’s wonderful and exciting”. Beccy Porteus, President of the United Way During the event, local musicians from of Coshocton County board of control, added, “Group Therapy” provided entertainment with “Our goal for this year’s campaign is $350,000 Kirby Hasseman as emcee. Members of Group and this is the event that we use to kick off Therapy are; Bart Winegar, Brad Fuller and the campaign and get excitement going in the Jenny Erman. community. We appreciate the support that the community always gives to our United Way and this is a fun way to get everybody together and enjoy a lot of great food from the vendors and just get excited about living United”. Porteus added, “We couldn’t do this without our volunteers. We have all of our agencies here with representatives helping, our entire board of control is here 10% OFF ALL MEAT & CHEESE helping, the staff from the office. Everybody just sliced to order helps out. One person that plays a major role is

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The sixth annual Taste of Coshocton, held as the kick-off event for this year’s United Way of Coshocton County campaign, filled the Lake Park Pavilion to capacity on Thursday evening, Aug. 26. Area restaurants and chefs provided the food and community supporters and volunteers provided the fun and help for the event. For the investment of a few dollars, you could enjoy ten “tastes of Coshocton”, ranging from a delicious Padgett donut to meatballs from Schumaker Farms, pie from Peggy Sue’s Restaurant, pizza from Papa John’s and much more. Several patrons even whisked their left over goodies out the door via a napkin or two. Suzanne Smailes Clark, Executive Director for the United Way of Coshocton County, remarked, “This is phenomenal. The show of support from the community is overwhelming. This is such a fun event. It’s a good way to kick off our campaign in the community. We have all of our agencies working here tonight. It’s a team effort. The committee we have is just an outstanding group of people. Everything has gone off without a hitch. It’s a wonderful crowd. It’s an absolute gorgeous evening out and a great kickoff to this year’s campaign. Area resident Mike Farley, who had an assortment of foods, said, “I think this is a great event. Anything we can do to help out our community is good. I’ve tried a Padgett donut and that’s pretty good”. Denae Williams, 11, enjoying the evening with her sister Mirra, 7, had some donuts, ribs, pizza and other goodies on her tray, said about the event, “It seems really fun”. Dave Powers, who chaired the food committee, commented, “It’s just fantastic. Every year people come over and have a great time. They get to try a lot of different foods. I want to thank the vendors – personally – and also from the United Way, for supporting this event. This is a great community and people always step up to the plate. You get to taste a variety of great foods and I’m thrilled to be a part of it. This is kind of like a shopping mall for food, you get to see a lot of people and it’s a lot of fun all around”. Dan Truett, general manager of the

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coshocton community choir has auditions Famed author to be at grace united for their 40th season The Coshocton Community Choir will have singers have sung with the choir since its auditions for their 40th season Thursday, Sept. beginning in the fall of 1971. Methodist church 2 and Friday, Sept. 3 at the Presbyterian Church The choir will present concerts on Sunday, located at 142 N 4th St in Coshocton. Vacancies in the choir’s membership are open by audition to interested singers, high school age and older. A prepared song is not required or used. The choir is directed by its founder, Mr. Charles R. Snyder and is known for its sacred a capella literature. More than seven hundred

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The Grace United Methodist Church in Coshocton will be hosting a Women’s Conference on Sept. 25 from 8:30 a.m. – 2 p.m. led by author Pam Morgan. Tickets for the event are $15 and includes childcare and lunch. Call 622-1302 for reservations by Sept. 19. Pam Morgan is an author, speaker, and recording artist who has appeared on many national television shows including Oprah, Montel, and the 700 Club. She has also appeared in several well-known newspapers and magazines across the country such as Women’s World, Evangel, and Today’s Christian Woman. Some of her work has been included in the book, God Encounters, but her book, I Stand – A Miraculous Journey from Paralysis to Praise, tells of her amazing story of healing after being in a car accident that rendered her quadriplegic in June of 2000. Pam and her husband, Phil, have also released nine Gospel CD’s and they have traveled the world. In addition to being at Grace United Methodist Church, Pam will also be at the Christ United Methodist Church in Newcomerstown Sept. 25 at 7 p.m. for a concert. Admission is free. Pam and her husband will be back at Grace United Methodist Church on Sept. 26 for the 11 a.m. worship service.

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Lincoln Humphrey has joined local promotional products distributor Hasseman Marketing & Communications as an Account Executive. Humphrey will be responsible for helping businesses create targeted marketing campaigns utilizing promotional products. Humphrey will be focusing his sales area mainly in Holmes, Wayne, and Tuscarawas Counties. “We are very excited to have Lincoln join our team,” said Hasseman Marketing owner Kirby Hasseman. “We feel his energy and enthusiasm will be a great fit for us…and helpful for his clients.” Humphrey is a 2000 graduate of Ridgewood High School and a 2006 graduate of Ohio University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Media

Wednesday, Sept. 1: Animanga Club Meeting; Coshocton Public Library; Fans of manga and anime meet each month to preview anime, discuss manga, share Web sites, learn about Japanese culture, draw and much, much more! 5:30 - 7 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 4, 11, 18, 25: Books Galore Book Store; Coshocton Public Library; The Friends of the Library used book store in the library basement has magazines, movies, audio books, hard and paperback books and more, all at rock-bottom prices. Open to the public every Monday from 3 – 6 p.m. and Wednesday and Saturday from 10 a.m. – 1p.m. Call 622-0956 for information. 10 a.m. - 1 p.m. Monday, Sept. 6: Library Closed Tuesday, Sept. 7: West Lafayette Branch Adult Book Discussion Group; West Lafayette Branch Library; West Lafayette Adult Book Discussion Group is the first Tuesday of each month at 7:30 p.m. at the home of Linda Breyer, 513 Plainfield Road, West Lafayette, Ohio. Call the West Lafayette Branch Library at 740-545-6672 to reserve a copy of the book. The September book will be The Time Traveler’s Wife by Audrey Niffenegger. 7:30 - 9 p.m.

Monday, Sept. 13: Coffee Club; Coshocton Public Library; Senior adults 55+ are invited to join us for a cup of hot coffee and enlightening conversation. 10:15 a.m. - Noon Monday, Sept. 13, 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 books, hard and paperback books and more, all at rock-bottom prices. Open to the public every Monday from 3 – 6 p.m. and Wednesday and Saturday from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. Call 740-622-0956 for information. 3 - 6 p.m.

Wednesday, Sept. 15: W.L. Branch Coffee Chat for Adults; West Lafayette Branch Library; Adults are invited to the West Lafayette Branch Library for a Coffee featuring eight top selling fiction and non-fiction books presented by Cyndy Sedlock from the Good News Bookstore. Call the West Lafayette Branch Library to register at 740-545-6672. 8:30 9:30 a.m. Thursday, September 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 in The Small Meeting Room each month during the school year (except for December). Contact Mrs. Jones at the library, 622-0956, to register for this event. September’s book is Swindle by Gordon Korman. 4 - 5 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 16: W.L. Anime Movie Night; West Lafayette Branch Library; Teen Movie Night is bimonthly for grades 7- High School graduation from 5 - 7 p.m. Popcorn and pop are provided. Register by calling 740-545-6672. This month: Fullmetal Alchemist Brotherhood: Part 1 Disc 1. 5 - 7 p.m. Monday, Sept. 20: Covered Bridges; Coshocton Public Library; Terry Miller, the author of The Covered Bridges of Coshocton County, Ohio: A History, will present a program about his book. He has many fascinating photographs and a scale model of Helmick Bridge. Call to sign-up, 622-0956. 6:45 - 8 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 21, 28: West Lafayette Preschool Story Time; West Lafayette Branch Library; Children ages 3 - 5 are invited to The West Lafayette Branch for story time on Tuesday mornings from 11:30 a.m. - Noon. Come and enjoy stories, songs, finger plays, and seasonal crafts. One time registration is requested by calling 545-6672. 11:30 a.m. - Noon Tuesday, Sept. 21, 28: Evening Preschool Story Time; Coshocton Public Library; Tuesday Evening Preschool Story Time is from 6:30 - 7 p.m., for children 3 - 5 years old. Enjoy stories, songs, finger plays, seasonal crafts, and fun. One time registration for this event is requested by calling the library, 6220956. 6:30 - 7 p.m.

Wednesday, Sept. 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. Enjoy stories, songs, finger plays, seasonal crafts, and fun. One time registration is requested by calling 622-0956. 10:30 AM - 11 AM Thursday, Sept. 23, 30: Autumn Chi; Coshocton Public Library; Autumn Chi practice gentle exercises that reduce stress and increase vitality help you find ease in your body and your life. No experience needed, only the willingness to move and be moved wear comfortable clothes 9 - 10 a.m. Monday, Sept. 27: Grandparents’ Day Program: Tai Chi and Me; Coshocton Public Library; For thousands of years, the Chinese have been using simple exercises, imitating animals and nature, to achieve total health and well-being. Come and spend an enjoyable evening as we learn about the origins of Tai Chi and explore some of the gentle movements. Tai Chi is fun and safe for people of all ages. Call 740-622-0956 to register. 6:30 - 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 29: Tales From Beyond Presented by Jim Kleefeld; Coshocton Public Library; Teens are invited to the library for a personal experience in the strange and unusual. Tales From Beyond is a presentation of oddities. See strange artifacts, learn about mentalist powers and hear stories of unbelievable events. Grades 7 - 12 only. Registration required. Call 740-622-0956. 6 - 7 p.m. Book of the Week Adult Fiction A Bad Day for Pretty by: Sophie Littlefield Adult Non-Fiction Women, Food and God by: Geneen Roth Teen The Karma Club by: Jessica Brody Large Print State Fair by Earline Fowler

Wednesday, Sept. 8: Friends of the Library; Coshocton Public Library; Monthly meeting of Friends of the Library. Come learn how you can get involved. Opportunities for volunteering include helping at story times, working at Books Galore Book Store, helping at programs and more. Call 622-0956 for information. Noon - 1 PM

Monday, Sept. 13: Monday Book Talk; Coshocton Public Library; Join us for engaging discussions of classics, bestsellers, and new favorites! This month we will be discussing People of the Book by Geraldine Brooks. 6:30 - 8 p.m.

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Coshocton Rotary Club will be hosting a beer garden at the final First Friday celebration of the year on Sept. 3 from 5 - 10:00 p.m. All proceeds from this event will help support various projects around the Coshocton community. The beer garden will be located at the WTNS lot on Main Street. Everyone can enjoy the DJ music of the “Booze Brothers” while having a cold beer or water. There will be complementary hot dogs and popcorn provided by PNC Bank. Bring your friends and family and come celebrate the last First Friday of the season.

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The Marching redskins set for another great season The Coshocton High School Marching band will be taking a performance based on the Cirque Du Soleil show “Kà” to competition this year. The 50-member band has a strong leadership base of 17 seniors. There are four freshmen and it is still to be decided whether eighth graders will be used, said Barry Hardesty, band director. The climax of the show will come during the choreographed fight scene set during the drum

feature, Hardesty said. There was a decision made to focus on the band as whole and not have any solos. “I’ve never done a marching band show with zero solos,” Hardesty said. This year the sideline percussion, or the pit, will be playing more difficult music. Hardesty said that there are some very fine players in the pit and that the music chosen was

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The 2010 Wings Over Coshocton Air Show on Sept. 18 will feature a teenage aerobatics pilot. College sophomore, Jason Flood, 19, from New Jersey, flies a Pitts Special S-1S, which is a single seat biplane highly modified aerobatic aircraft built especially for the stunts you will see him perform at the air show. Flood became involved in aerobatics when he was growing up and flew his first solo flight on his 16th birthday. For the past three years, he has been competing in aerobatic contests and then perForMIng AT wIngs oVer coshocTon Jason Flood in his modibegan performing in air fied Pitts aerobatic plane. He will be performing at the 2010 Wings Over Coshocton air Show on Sept. 18 PHOTO CONTRiBuTED TO THE BEaCON shows this 2010 season. “Being a young man powerfully moving ceremony, the names of each flying in front of a large crowd knowing there person killed are read as an American flag is are people on the ground looking up at me and erected for each person. Following the Flags of perhaps feeling inspired to follow their dreams Honor ceremony, a veteran’s tribute will honor and realize their passion for aviation is what I all US military veterans and especially those in enjoy most,” said Flood. “Flying is my passion the audience. All veterans and their families are and to be doing what I love at an air show is the encouraged to attend. ultimate experience.” The Air Show will take to the skies at You’ll see and meet Jason Flood at The 2010 approximately 2 p.m. Throughout the day, Wings Over Coshocton Air Show on Sept. 18 visitors will also enjoy musical entertainment, at Coshocton’s Richard Downing Airport. The static displays, food vendors, helicopter rides, event is from 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. Along with Jason the popular Kids Zone Fun Area, and bird shows Flood, spectators will also see The Iron Eagle from the Ohio Bird Sanctuary. Aerobatics, Dave Dacy & Tony Kazian-The Presale tickets are $6 for adults and Super Stearman WingWalking Team; The Misty $3 for children and are available at www. Blues All-woman Skydiving Team; stunt flyer Jim ‘Fang’ Maroney in his DeHavilland Super Chipmunk, an A10 Warthog Demonstration, B2 Stealth Bomber flyby and many other surprises in the air. At 10:30 a.m., the Flags of Honor ceremony will pay tribute to Ohio’s military heroes who have been killed in the current conflict. In this


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Row 1 (L-r): Brandon Ondayko, Tyler Mann, Seth Tumblin, Scott Hart, Matt Browning, Kyle Patterson; Row 2 Tricia Porter, Jeff Smith, Stephanie Ellis, Jantzen allen, Johnny Rehard, Kayleigh Bowe; Row 3 Bette Garber, Kaylee Schoepe, Bryse Gilmore, alex Boone, Reba Kocher, Larissa Beitzel, Shyann Boone; Row 4 Emily Buchanan, Hanna Bush, Conner Wheeler, Kylie art, Clay Lower, Corey Elliott, McKayla Evans, Hannah Miller, Cameron Vatter, amanda Matchett, Brandi Hess; Row 5 Tristen Ward, Danika Brenneman, Courtney Elliott, Hayden Burkholder, Michael Ondayko, Elizabeth Layman, Katie Share, Meredith Evans, Sean Ondayko; Row 6 Eleanore Thompson, Will Thornburg, Tyler Hahn, Trent adams, Nick Blakley, John Bordenkircher, James Carr, Brad Harvey, Nikita Thompson; Row 7 Justin Swails, Brittany Lusk, ashlynn Carnes, Nicole austin, Meghan Cunningham, Laissie Stocker, Klarrissa Powell, Kristin Milligan, Kelsey Powell.


Marching generals work hard for a great season The Marching Generals are geared up for another exciting season. With 58 members in the band this year, 11 of those seniors, the Ridgewood High School marching band has been working hard to look sharp on the field for this year’s football games and competitions. The band will be performing the same routine for both football games and competitions. Their theme this year is “All You Need is Love” based on the song written by John Lennon and performed by the Beatles. Other favorites performed by this year’s band include Elvis Presley’s famous love song, “Love Me Tender” and Queen’s “Crazy Little Thing Called Love”. Although these are

the only three songs performed by this year’s band, the Marching Generals have developed different styles and techniques when performing so that the audience stays engaged and focused throughout the performance. Director John Lindig said that the biggest hurdle that the band had to overcome this year was losing 17 of its members last year. Lindig commented that it was the biggest graduating senior class involved in the band that he has ever seen. However, the Marching Generals has seen an increase in new band members this year. Although the band has lost a big portion of its members to graduation, they are still going

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strong and sound great. They are more than ready for their first competition scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 25. According to Lindig, the hardest part of the field routine is the first 40 seconds of entering the field. This was the hardest for the students to learn because it’s a hard drill and it was the very first thing they learned. It incorporates all different kinds of drill moves, but now, after hours of hard work, the band has it down pat! The community can hear this year’s Marching Generals at all football games this season, both home and away.

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September 2nd, 1950 60,000 General Electric Workers, belonging to the CIO International Union of Electrical workers, went on strike joining the more than 120,000 already striking. However, Coshocton’s local G.E. plant managed to remain in operation without employees striking.


September 4th, 1960 It was announced that U.S. Route 36 and State Route 16 would be relocated. The new location would begin at the Canal Road, also known as Coshocton County road 105, near its intersection with Oxford Township Road 104. The new road would meet the existing U.S. 36 near Newcomerstown. The proposed route would be about 4.2 miles long.


September 3rd, 1970 Discussions of Phase 2 of the Lake Park development plan began. Phase 2 would include: paving of a main road through the park, camp ground improvements and a new baseball diamond. Reconstruction of a canal boat by “Mad” Marshall Jacobs and of the canal brought to the attention of officials.


September 3rd, 1980 It was decided that Lafayette Township would be divided into 2 voting precincts, east and west. The division was made for the upcoming elections. The dividing line went from White Eyes Township’s Ohio 93 to the village limits from West Lafayette village limits to Township Road 156, to TR 157, to TR 124 South to the Linton Township line. All information was obtained from microfilm of the Coshocton Tribune at the Coshocton County Library.

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connection with people in the community and then if they need anything, they’ll have some place to go. Or if they need a church home, they can have a church home they can go to. And for the people in our own church, it’s a communication thing. Some people don’t have anything else they’re involved in, so it’s good to good Food And good FellowshIp The Common Grounds café meets every reach out and have Monday and Thursday from 9 – 11 a.m. across from the Coshocton Nazarene park- a place for them to ing lot. They offer good coffee and good fellowship for anyone in the community. Pic- go.” Currently, tured here are: Front Row (l-r): Lois Michael, Eva Branan, Eva Corder, Betty arnold, and Becky Miller; Back Row: Carolyn Gonder, Bob Branan, Pastor Don Lain, Carol McKee, about nine to Bess Vanatta, Jean Burchfield, and Wilber Donley. BEaCON PHOTO By BETH twelve people DuLaNEy come on a regular basis to enjoy With summer drawing to a close and the winter coffee, dessert, and good company. However, months looming before us, it’s easy to slip into they would like to see that number increase. those winter blues where you just feel a little The café is open to anyone in the community, down and maybe a bit depressed. The Common Grounds café at the Coshocton whether you belong to a church or not. It is not Nazarene Church is famed for lifting up spirits a club and there are no dues that need to be paid, and their main goal is to make anyone in the but a donation is collected only for those who community feel welcomed and loved. The café wish to donate. Nobody needs to feel obligated is made up of a small group of people in the to donate or to come for every meeting. If you church and community who decided to have a cannot or would rather not make a monetary time of fun and fellowship every Monday and donation and would still like to help, you may Thursday morning from 9 – 11 a.m. Pastor also donate a jar of coffee or a delicious dessert. “I feel like it’s more than just church,” said Don Lain mentioned the idea of starting a café, and the congregation brought that dream into fruition. There’s always a good group of people WE COME, PESTS GO! “Over 60 Years of Service” gathered ready with a cup of coffee in hand and a good story to tell. Spiders, Fleas, Bees, Ants, “The point is to open it to the community,” Mice, Termites, Roaches said Lois Michael, “We want to be an outreach TERMITE & PEST CONTROL SINCE 1936 545-9786 to the community and it’s not about preaching WEST LafayETTE Call Now for FREE ESTIMATES!! or anything like that. We just want to make a

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river View band has show based on pachelbel music The River View Marching Band will be competing with a four-part show based on the music of Pachelbel and his Canon. The show climaxes in the fourth part, which features the drums, said Keith Watson, band director. “In the third part is a really pretty ballad with a trumpet solo,” Watson said. There will be three other solos during the show, which features a flute, a tuba and a saxophone. The band has six seniors and 16 freshmen marching this year, with a total of 51 members. Even though there are few seniors, they are good

leaders, Watson said. The sophomore class is large and learned quickly the previous year, which has helped with teaching fundamentals to new members, he said. It has been somewhat difficult teaching new marchers how to get from point to point, he said. “They’re doing a lot better than when they started. They’re learning fast. That’s always the biggest trick is going from marching straight down the parade route to teaching them where to go on the field,” he said. The Black Bears first competition will be in Zanesville on Sept. 25, the home competition will be

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on Oct. 16 and they will be marching a doubleheader at Newark and Tri-Valley on Oct. 23. Also new this year, the band will be playing some new songs during football games. One new song will be Justin Timberlake and Madonna’s “4 Minutes.” The football team requested that the band learn the song and they did, Watson said. “We’re really going to try and bond even more with the football team. The football boosters and band boosters are pretty parallel as far as wanting to see better fundraisers and getting more parents involved. We’d like to see everything take an upswing,” Watson said.


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perry chapel celebrates 150 years Perry Chapel Baptist Church is tucked away in a far corner of Coshocton County but that fact is one of the things that give this church a special calling. With parishioners attending from Coshocton, Knox, Licking and even Franklin County, the church spreads God’s love through the valleys and hollows near and far. Senior pastor David Fowls, who has been at the church for over 30 years, remarked, “The church started in 1860. This is my home church, I was raised here. Growing up I just felt like these hills and hollows are filled with people that don’t know the Lord. The Lord is so good. When I started we had 30 to 35. And in the other building we built on 3 or 4 times and kept running out of space. Then we took this hill off and built this facility. I’ve had pastors come up and ask, “What are you doing”? I can’t put my finger on it - but I do know that we love the Lord and we do love people”. Fowls continued, “We have a food pantry, we have a clothes closet, the Upwards Basketball program and we try to support that. That program costs us about $12,000 per year. The church family here raises the money for that because the kids get to play for free that way – it costs about $55 or $60 per child. There’s not much out here for kids. We have a lot of children here that maybe aren’t a part of the church family. It’s just

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great for them”. “We had people take off work Thursday and Friday to cook in the kitchen and things for this celebration. I was hoping for 400 and we served 621 I was told. There are just so many people that work so hard and that is the way Perry Chapel is. We’ve just got people that see it and do it, people that love the Lord and love people and they’ll just get in there and do it. It’s just a big, loving family”. celebrATIng 150 yeArs Members and guests of the Perry Chapel Baptist “We have a lady Church celebrated 150 years of serving the rural corner of Coshocton County and that drives here from beyond this past weekend with inflatable’s for the kids, musical entertainment, New Philadelphia praise worship and lots of good food. Pictured L to R serving lunch following the and her son is in a Sunday service are; Lisa Jaqua, Janie Clifford and Camila Graham. BEACoN wheelchair. She gets PHOTO By MaRK FORTuNE him up and they drive on. That’s pretty special but not so much that – here almost every Sunday. We draw from Mount more the fact that I know how important their Vernon and Zanesville”. church and their faith was to them all the way Services at Perry Chapel are a blended up through my mom and dad and now. Not the service of hymn favorites and praise music. building but the people. I was amazed yesterday Pastor Fowls explained, “I like the old hymns at the number of people who said, “I didn’t know but I also love the praise music. We do both. you were here”. The location out here on these We have a great praise band – and a great kids township roads is really kind of special when program. It sounds like I’m bragging but we you think about it. We say that if someone finds have lots of programs for kids. Our junior and us it’s because the Lord wants them to find us. senior high youth groups are both very active”. The Lord has also blessed us with a very special Von and Carol Kinsey lead the senior high pastor who speaks from God’s word”. youth. “They usually go on a mission trip each Regardless of the road you may travel to year. That can be a life changing experience”. arrive at the church, one thing is certain, the Roy Mizer, who is an elder at the church, friendly people of Perry Chapel Baptist Church has been attending the church his entire life. are providing a special place for loving God, Mizer spoke of the 150 year anniversary, “It’s and loving people, in a far corner of Coshocton kind of special for me. My grand-daughter goes County that’s close to many hearts. here now and she is the seventh generation to attend here. My grandmother’s side of the family donated the ground that the original church sat

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Wicker Sofa, Marble insert Dresser, fireplace mantles, Duncan Phyfe drop leaf table, clock shelves, collection of yard sticks, Victorian rocker, cups & saucers, oak office chair, cherry drop leaf table, Mission oak book shelves, spinning wheel, several co coo clocks, old clock cases, many clock parts & clock repair tools, Zenith table top radio, many pieces of Pope Gosser, Misc. glassware & china, fruit jars, piano rolls, Wheat cradle, brass harness, buggy seat, Dietz barn lantern, pump organ, store scales, porch swings, telegraph sender, Sessions mantle clock, old prints & frames, Rush Rocker, Bentwood chairs, press back & plank bottom chairs, records, 8 track & cassette tapes, anniversary clocks, many Big Ben alarm clocks, Angers, Large Collection of Books, including, sets of History of France, Paint by Title, Author and Publisher, many books on WWII, Many auto biographies including Lincoln, Churchill, Nancy Reagan, The Kennedys, Trump. Many boxes to go thru and anything could turn up.

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Swivel Rocker, Emerson Flat Screen TV, large amount of computer software & computer components, fans, Toshiba microwave, recliner, kitchen utensils, lamps, lamp stands, truck tool box, lawn seeder, Johnson 5hp outboard, misc. hand & garden tools, carpentry tools, furniture clamps, shop vac, box trap, B&D work mate, B&D router & table, misc. ladders, Older Wheel Horse tractor , much more not listed. Many photos at Terms: Cash or approved check day of Auction. I.D. required. Executor: Rebecca Fletcher Attorney: Owens & Manning Case # 21010079 Terry Longsworth, Auctioneer

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Public Employee Retirees Chapter 77 (PERI) will meet Wednesday, Sept. 8 at the Coshocton Senior Center, 201 Browns Lane. A meal at Noon will be followed by a short business meeting and a guest speaker from the OSU Cooperative Extension Service. Please call the Senior Center at 622-4852 by Friday, Sept. 3 to make a lunch reservation.

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From US 36 between SR 93 & I-77 take SR 751 north to the farm. From Stone Creek & I-77 (exit 73) take SR 751 south to auction. Watch for Auction Signs!

Saturday, September 4th • 10 am * 50 Acre Farm * Adams Township * Coshocton County * Ridgewood Schools * 4 Parcels * Large Remodeled Farmhouse * Outbuildings * Log Cabin * Tractors * Farm Machinery * If you have ever dreamed of owning a Gentlemen’s farm but have never found one with everything you’re looking for this farm is for you. With 50 acres of mostly open ground with natural springs, a restored farmhouse with that charming front porch, large stately bank barn, log cabin, and numerous other outbuildings this farm has many opportunities. Home features over 2400 sq. ft., 3 to 4 bedrooms, 2 full baths, custom Oak kitchen, dining room with Schrock built-ins, 1 car attached garage. Full basement and utilities include 2 water heaters, 2 natural gas furnaces, 2 central air units, 2 water wells & a septic. This home has very reasonable utility costs. 18’x30’ log cabin features kitchen, full bath, and a loft. This cabin is unfinished and can have your creative finishing touch. Additional improvements include large bank barn, hay barn with finish lot & 2 silos, barn/shop combo w/ 4 box stalls, and more. Land features building sites, natural springs, and fencing throughout. This is your chance to buy that affordable hobby farm in the country! Real Estate will sell at 11:00AM Parcel 1: 34 Acres w/ 1650’ frontage on SR 751. Includes all improvements. Parcel 2: 5.1Acres w/ 625’ frontage on SR 751. Nice building site. Parcel 3: 6.2 Acres w/ 750’ frontage on SR 751 & 430’ frontage on TR 250. Nice corner lot. Parcel 4: 5.1 Acres w/ 350’ frontage on TR 250. Good building site. Real Estate Terms: 10% nonrefundable down payment day of sale with the balance due at time of closing. No financing contingencies. Any required inspections must be completed prior to bidding. Announcements day of sale take precedence. The Farm will be offered in parcels & combinations. All sellers owned mineral rights will transfer. Legal: Parcel #’s 020000000802, 020000000604 – 606 in Adams Township of Coshocton County and the Ridgewood School District. Taxes per half year are: $1,113.45 based on CAUV; any recoupment will be the buyer’s responsibility.

Tractors – Skid Loader – Farm Equipment – Miscellaneous: MF 165 diesel tractor; Farmall Super C tractor; NH LS 160 Super Boom skid loader, 4,000 hrs; NH skid loader bale spear; ‘89 F-450 dump truck w/ Int. diesel motor; Top Cat bumper hitch livestock tandem trailer; 3pt 6’ King Kutter mower; 3pt NH discbine, slight repair needed; NH 55 rollabar rake; MF 120 baler; 2 Pequea 710 PTO tedders; MF 160 single beater manure spreader; 3pt seeder; 3pt bale spear; 3pt post hole digger; 4 round bale feeders; 3 spring fed water tanks (one frost free); head gate and other misc gates; Craftsman 12” band saw; Craftsman radial arm saw; scroll saw; misc fencing supplies; misc work tables; Toro porta-heat heater; Emglo air compressor; wagon load of misc.; Chattel Terms: Cash or Good check with proper ID. Lunch Stand

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“Martha’s Cupboard” offers free household cleaning supplies, personal hygiene items, and baby products to those residing in the Fresno and West Lafayette zip codes only. Photo ID, a utility or other bill showing current address, and birth certificates for children in the residence are required in order to receive services. The cupboard is open the third Saturday of each month from 10:00 am-11:30 am at the Fresno United Methodist Church, 54233 TR 172, Fresno, OH (just west of the Fresno Post Office). Call 740 5456422 for further information.


Watercolorist Ann Cutler France is showing her paintings during the month of August at the West Lafayette Branch Library, located at 401 Main Street in West Lafayette. Her pictures can be viewed during normal operating hours.

The Fresno United Methodist Church will have a community pancake/sausage breakfast (donation only) the third Saturday of each month from 8 a.m. - Noon in the church basement located at TR 54233 TR 172, Fresno, Ohio (just west of the Fresno Post Office). Proceeds will benefit Martha’s Cupboard.


Fundraiser Raffle. 2 Tickets for the Game for the OSU vs. Eastern Michigan Tickets for Saturday Sept. 25 with all proceeds benefit the Pomerene Center Art Education Programs. Winners will receive 2 tickets for the game, dinner at Applebee’s and Gas Card. $1 per ticket – $5 for 6 tickets. Drawing on Sept. 20. Tickets available at The Pomerene Center for the Arts, Novelty Advertising Showroom, Linnet’s Flowers on the Square, Shelia McConnell at 622-2009

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week day from 9 a.m. - Noon. The church is located at 130 E. Church St. in Warsaw. For more information, call 740-824-3228.

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Three Rivers Fire Department Located at the intersection of State Rt. 36 and State Rt. 621, Canal Lewisville, Ohio. (The fire station is two miles East of Coshocton) presents Bluegrass Music with admission is $5 a person (Children 12 and under no charge) on the 4th Saturday of each month. On Sept. 25 feature band is Joe Williams and Deep Water, Oct. 23 feature band is Northern Traditions, Nov. 27 feature band to be announced and there will be no December show. The New Years Eve Party 12 - 31-10 8 p.m. - 1 a.m. at Agents Reality & Auction Services - Admission $5-(Covered Dish). Tune to the Picks and Bows Bluegrass show Sunday 8 am. on WQKT-FM104.5. Food and non-alcoholic drinks will be available starting at 5 p.m. furnished by the Three Rivers Fire Department with proceeds for the fire department For info: call Duane or Clenda Hardesty 740-498-8456, 740-5020443

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nationalArTIcle grant.......................... R conTInued FroM pAge 8 research and media lab at the University of Cincinnati’s College of Design, Architecture, Art, and Planning. CERHAS has pioneered the digital reconstruction of historical sites. CERHAS videos are showing in museums at the four anchor sites and the Cincinnati Museum Center. A traveling exhibit has been displayed in museums across the country. In 2005, CERHAS released “Ancient Newark Ohio,” a computer animation of the Newark Earthworks that allows viewers to see the Earthworks as they might have appeared when they were first created. Visit CERHAS on the Web at and the Ancient Ohio Trail at www.ancientohiotrail. org The Newark Earthworks Center is an official center of The Ohio State University. Contact the Center at 740-364TIRES • BRAKES 9584 or earthworks@ ALIGNMENTS • EXHAUST This project is 517 SOUTH 7TH ST., made possible by COSHOCTON a grant from the 622-0472 National Endowment for the Humanities’ MON. - FRI. 9AM - 5PM We the People initiative; any views, findings, conclusions, WHERE YOUR DRIVING or recommendations DREAMS COME TRUE expressed by the grantees do not 0019_090110 necessarily reflect those of the National Endowment for the Humanities.

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could be a very big deal for Ohio. And that’s why I’m really thrilled with this grant because the earthworks’ sites are very, very cool, and yet relatively little known: so this will allow them to be prepared for their world-class heritage-tourism debut!” The Newark Earthworks Center is an interdisciplinary academic center of The Ohio State University at Newark. Beginning in 2005, the NEC has sponsored a series of Newark Earthworks Days, academic symposia, art exhibits, and has provided Earthworks tours to thousands of school children, college students, and the general public. The NEC has been host to guests from all over the world, including scholars, Native leaders, and artists. CERHAS is an interdisciplinary


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Marriages: Darren Scott McBroom of Warsaw to Jennifer Jo Daugintis of Warsaw Andrew Josef Akers of Myrtle Beach, SC to Jessica Allene Hopkins of Myrtle Beach, SC Joseph David Newell of Coshocton to Tammy Lou Graham of Coshocton John Jason McFarland of West Lafayette to Tara Jo Slocum of West Lafayette Levi L Miller of Fresno to Miriam E Troyer of Fresno David Charles Richard McCormick of Coshocton to Teresa Diane Tish of Coshocton Samuel David Schwartz of Henderson, NV to Jenna Beth Fender of Henderson, NV Land Transfers on page 25


Rick “Mousie” Miller Justin Huntington Open M & Th. until 7pm CALL US 623.2200

Dissolutions Angela S Wilt of Coshocton from Bradley A Wilt of Coshocton Donna J Trimmer of West Lafayette from James H Trimmer of West Lafayette Ashley R Guilliams of Coshocton from Kendall C Guilliams of Coshocton Deborah Ann Hicks of Ashland from James Darrell Hicks Jr. of Coshocton Leona Faye Williamson of Coshocton from Danny Ray Williamson of Coshocton Shannon B Crossley of Coshocton from Chad A Crossley of Coshocton Christina A Andrews of Coshocton from Michael K Andrews of Coshocton

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Ridgewood Class of 2005 Reunion will be on Saturday, Sept. 11 from 5 - 8 p.m. at Schumaker Farms, West Lafayette. Meal is $15 per person or $25 per couple. Please RSVP and send money by Aug. 30 to Kyle Babcock, 21961 State Route 751, West Lafayette, OH 43845. For questions contact Kyle at 740545-9289 or Kelli Corbin at 740-622-7919.

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This nice 3 bedroom, 2 bath home sits in a quiet neighborhood. It features a finished basement, a wood deck built in 2008, 1 car garage and an additional lot # 0200000034600 and is priced at...



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Fabulous 3 Story Victorian that words cannot describe. This 5 bedroom home consists of 3,950 square feet. Outstanding oak wood work, 2 stairways with a large leaded glass window overlooking the 11x14 Foyer. A full basement and a full walk up 24x30 attic. Taxes a half are $686.54. Home is heated with gas fired hot water and has city water & sewer. Very private back yard with a detached 12x20 garage. The lot size is 70x200. This is a must see home. Real Estate will be offered at 6:00 P.M. Sells subject to confirmation of Executor. Real Estate shown by appointment only. 740-545-7158 Terms- $2,000.00 Earnest Money deposit day of Auction. Balance in 45 days. Possession day of closing. No contingencies. Also selling, Household, Antiques, Books & Misc. Watch for later list. Many Photos at Executor: Rebecca Fletcher Attorney: Owens & Manning Case # 21010079 Terry Longsworth, Auctioneer


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Public Record Land Transfers: 8/20 Sharon Shaffer to David G Best and Shirley D Best; $10,000 8/23 Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation to Theresa K Bachman; $63,000 John William Worthington to Dick Brent Graham Sr and Linda J Graham; $3,000 Mark and Kimberly Glazier to Brendon T. Rehard; $92,000 Alice C and Charles P Discroll, Benjamin C and Vickie Crawford, and Bruce C and Jerri Crawford to Carole T. Cornell; $80,000 Susan J Duncan to Robert E and Kathleen S Wagner; $155,000 8/24 Kent Funding Inc. to Garry H and Jackie L Buchanan; $13,000 Patsy Anne Stout to Matthew D and Laura Lee Baird; $190,000 Mark B and Diann M Mansill to Avery Dotson Jr.; $5,000 Todd A Endsley to Gerber and Sons Inc.; $27,500 8/25 Lori M Jarvis to US Bank N.A. Successor by merger to The Leader Mort; $24,667 Robert D. Scherer to BAC Home Loans Servicing LP;

The American Red Cross of Ohio Hills will be having a Water Safety Instructor Training course to train new volunteer instructors for aquatic programs. Classes will be on Mondays and Wednesdays and will run from Sept. 8 - 29 at 6 p.m. at the Coshocton High School pool. There is no cost for this program. Registration must be made in advance and can be made by calling the American Red Cross of Ohio Hills at (740) 622-0228 by Aug. 25.

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The Three Rivers Class of 1965 will be having its 45th class reunion on Saturday, Oct. 2 at the Coshocton Elks Club. If anyone has family or friends that were in this graduating class and they did not receive an invitation, please advise them to call Sue Davis at 740-622-3570 or email for further details.

Coshocton County ADHD Support Group. Are you struggling with a child or children who may have ADHD? There is help in the area! There are many who may not be aware of the help, but there is a support group in Coshocton County! The group meets once a month! If you have any suggestions or ideas, please share them. The ADHD Support Group will be at St. John’s UCC, 808 Orange St. For more information or questions, contact Angie Moses at 740-6238551 or by email at



Coshocton 20 Year Class Reunion. Coshocton High School Class of 1990 Class Reunion will be Friday, Oct. 15 with the CHS Class of 1990 honored at the Coshocton High School football game at Stewart Field and Saturday, Oct. 16 at the SportZone in Coshocton with social hour to begin at 6 p.m. and dinner at 6:30 p.m. For more information, email Nicole (Weaver) Medley at Julie (Ross) Vargo at, Tina (Brown) Johnson at or Kristen Dutton at

Special Alumni Picnic. Howard High School Alumni, 1904-1964 Graduates and all East Knox Graduates are welcome to a Special Alumni Picnic on Saturday, September 11 at 12:30 p.m. at Kokosing Valley Camp Ground on Route 36 in Millwood, Ohio. Free will offering for expense. Bring covered dish, own drink and table service. RSVP, but not required. Call Jack Cullison at 740-824-3918 or Neil Billman 614939-1476 or

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red cross urges people to get prepared Many people in this country have experienced a significant crisis in their home or neighborhood, but less than half of the people surveyed by the American Red Cross have taken steps to be prepared for emergencies. September 2010 is National Preparedness Month, a time set aside for the last seven years to encourage Americans to prepare for emergencies in their homes, businesses and communities. The Red Cross urges everyone to take steps now to be ready when emergencies happen. In a survey conducted late last summer, the Red Cross found that although 89 percent of those surveyed believe being prepared is important, far fewer people are ready for when that happens. Twenty percent of those surveyed have not done anything to get prepared, and aren’t sure where to get started. “Being prepared today can save lives tomorrow,” said Jen Fannin, Executive Director of the American Red Cross of Ohio Hills. “You are your best defense against emergencies. The Red Cross can show you what simple steps you need to take to prepare yourself and your loved ones for emergencies.” There are three things people should do to

be prepared – build an emergency preparedness kit, make a plan as to what your family will do in an emergency, and be informed about what resources are available in your community and what types of disasters could occur there. Your emergency preparedness kit should contain enough supplies for three days in case you need to evacuate. The Red Cross also recommends having at least two weeks worth of supplies at home. Supplies should include water (one gallon, per person, per day), nonperishable food, a flashlight, battery-powered or handcrank radio, extra batteries, first aid kit, a 7-day supply of medications, a multi-purpose tool, sanitation and personal hygiene items and copies of important personal documents. Your emergency plan should be a joint effort, including the members of your household. Make sure each person knows how to reach household members, including an out-of-area emergency contact person, and knows where to meet if they can’t go home. Being informed is important. Learn about what resources are available and what types of disasters are most likely to occur where you live, learn, work and play. Take a first aid

and CPR/AED course—a vital component of disaster preparedness in case emergency help is delayed. You can also give blood to help keep your community prepared. It is the blood already donated and available on hospital shelves that is available in an emergency. To give blood, you must be healthy, be at least 17 years old, and weigh at least 110 pounds. Some states allow 16-year-olds to donate with parental consent. If you have given blood before, it must be 56 days since your last donation. For more information on giving blood, visit Your American Red Cross of Ohio Hills urges area residents to make a renewed effort in September to prepare for emergencies such as fires, floods or storms. The Red Cross has created a free online education program to make it easier for people to get prepared. The Be Red Cross Ready program walks people through three key preparedness steps: getting an emergency kit, making an emergency plan and being informed. You can learn more about being prepared by visiting

coshocton Family and children First to host parent of Teen symposium For many Coshocton County parents, they have lived through 2 a.m. feedings, toddler temper tantrums, and the back-to-school blues, but they are finding themselves perplexed by the new world of teens in their homes. From hormones and bullies, to texting and sexting, their homes are changing quickly. To offer assistance to those families, Coshocton County Family and Children First

Council and its community partners are proud to offer the community the annual symposium regarding “Raising Teens”. This county-wide initiative is offered to all community members who want to know more about teen development. However, parents of junior high and high school are being specifically targeted. The event will be Tuesday, Sept. 14 at McKinley Auditorium at Coshocton High School. A Community Resource Fair will be available outside of the auditorium from 5 – 6 p.m. with the actual program being offered from 6 – 8 p.m.

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Community partners plan to tackle the challenge regarding what is normal and what is not, with respect to adolescents. Professional speakers will include personnel from Thompkins Child & Adolescent Services, Coshocton Behavioral Health Choices, school guidance counselors, First Step, Nurturing Parent, Juvenile Court and the Sherriff’s Office. Topics for the evening will include adolescent brain development, signs/symptoms of drug and alcohol abuse, cutting, depression and suicide, bullying, dating violence, sexting/texting, and a general overview regarding teen behavior. The first 50 attendees at the event will receive a complimentary one-day pass to Kids America and door prizes will include familyfun weekend packages which will be given out during the presentation to three lucky families, one from each school district. For more information, contact Coshocton County Family and Children First Council at 622-3760.

CLASSIFIED ADS Beauty Salons: Darla Churchill, manager, cosmetologist, chemical, haircuts, basic braids, walk-ins on Friday and by appt. 315 S 11th Street. 740-2520967 or 740-622-0404 I want employment (parttime). I am experienced and looking to do elderly care, babysitting, handicapped, cleaning homes, painting, etc. Reasonable rates. More information call 740-829-2360, leave a message if no answer.

APPLIANCES Kevin’s Used Appliances. Used washer, dryers and ranges. Used parts half price. Call Kevin at 740390-5114. No phone calls after 6pm. BUILDING SUPPLIES Approximately 600 – 8 inch bricks for sale $.50 each. Call 740-622-4261 GARAGE/YARD SALES 225 E Canal, Canal Lewisville. September 3rd & 4th; 8-? Collectibles from Estate of Linda Gardner. Pottery, Longaberger, Christmas, antiques, coins. 24830 SR 79, Mohawk Village, Sept. 3rd, 4th, 5th, & 6th; 9-? 3-Family Sale. Misc. items. Get a Bargain! Women’s large clothing

993 Third St, Adams Mills. Friday and Saturday, Sept. 3rd & 4th; 9-6. Brand name shoes, clothes, Ugg, Carter, Gap, Old Navy, Aeropostale, American Eagle, Abercrombie, household, décor and misc Huge Garage Sale. Sept 2nd & 3rd; 8-5. Sat, Sept. 4th; 9-2. Furniture, bedding, curtains, entertainment center, baby items, dishes, lamps, much more! Don’t wanna miss this one! 44000 TR 55, Coshocton, signs will be posted! Call for directions 740-622-9744

-9/10 mile from Rt. 36. 10” bench top table saw, 10”compound miter saw, chest freezer, Kohler generator, gas and electric portable pumps, bicycles, Nordic Track skier, Christmas tree and decorations, furniture, baby items & games, tools, portable grills, 5th wheel tail gate (Dodge), floor air jack, golf clubs, Avon, household items. Phil Wearsch 740622-7114 Garage Sale: Friday, Sept. 3; 8am-4pm. 2525 CR 16. Children and adult clothing, kid’s toys, toy workbench, oak rocking horse, misc. items Garage Sale, Sept.3-4; 8-? 24480 TR 1173/Miller Drive, Coshocton (off of CR 24 past Lake Park) Baby items, crib, stroller, car seats, high chairs, girls 0-18 month, boys 4-6 and maternity clothes Sept 3rd; 9-3. 58057 Maple Ct. WL. Quality clothing $1.00. Hot tub motors, computer, Kirby sweeper, Satellite receiver, older Fisher Price toys, ceramic seasonal items, glass table top, chairs, small desk, exercise bike, books, Roethlesberger rookie bobble Sept. 3 and 4; hrs. 9 to 5. 1308 Cemetery Drive. Basket tree, baskets, med. size winter clothing, misc pottery, teddy bears MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS

Large bird cage, excellent condition, paid $275 Garage Sale, Friday, and asking $125. Queen Sept. 3, 9-5pm and Sat- size brass headboard, urday, Sept. 4th, 9-1pm, $50. 740-502-2659 24787 CR 10, Coshocton



1950 Pontiac, 4-door, green and white, 12 volt, OUR OWN PRODUCE! straight 8, new clutch and Plums & Apples, Farm Two Bedroom trailer pressure plate, redone Fresh Produce. Siegrist in country near Cooper- interior and trunk, new Farm Market, Adams dale, new carpet, vinyl intake gaskets, 3-speed Mills. 740-754-1783 and paint, gas heat. Rent on column. $5,000. 740$350, Deposit $350 plus 295-7033 WANTED TO BUY utilities. 6 month lease, references. 740-202-2178 SUV’s WANTED: Junk vehicles, scrap metal, appliances, 02 Jeep Grand Cherokee batteries and junk mowHOMES/FARMS Laredo, 4x4. $8,995. 740ers. Also one time clean FOR SALE 623-8337 up and removal of rubbish. 740-545-5025 For sale by Owner, 91 04 Ford Explorer EB, third acre farm, Monroe Co. row seat, towing package, House, barn, 10 build- leather heated seats, 4x4. APARTMENTS ings, spring, 2 wells, cis- $13,995. 740-623-8337 FOR RENT tern, hilly pasture, creek, woods, excellent hunting, 06 Honda CRV, AWD, AREA RENTAL INFOR- food plot. Call Neighbor at $15,695. 740-623-8337 MATION. Houses and 740-327-1094 Apartments. Rent or I’ll help you buy! Call 740TRUCKS 622-9791 today! WANTED TO BUY LAND 1999 Dodge Dakota 4x4 Nice 2BR Apt. W/D hookSport, black, automatic, ups, nice back yard w/ Wanted to buy good 120,000 miles, tinted winpatio, nice neighborhood, hunting land, 40+ acres. dows, PW/PD, CD/FM, Metro-Approved, no pets. Call 1-989-362-7267 oversized tires, $4,800 $415/mo. with $400/de- leave message OBO. Good condition. posit. Call Kevin Barrett Runs good. Call 740-502740-623-8325 or 740-610ATV’s 7064 8305 2006 Yamaha Big Bear Got something you really want to sell!? Put 2 bedroom, central air, at- 4x4 ATV. 740-610-4315 it in front of thousands of tached garage, very clean, $425 mo. $425/deposit, no C A M P E R / T R A V E L readers in The Coshocton County Beacon classipets. 740-622-1371 TRAILER fieds! 2 BR, Roscoe area, all 1994 Jayco, 5th Wheel Call Nicole at appliances, AC, off street Camper, $3,500. Firm. 622-4ADS (4237) parking, gas heat, W/D, 740-829-2014 or fax to deck, lease, no pets. Ref623-9937 erences, Deposit $500 CLASSIC AUTO or visit us at plus utilities. 740-622226 Main St.! 6155 1946 Plymouth Business Coupe, engine overApts. for rent, 1 or 2 bed- hauled, 12 volt system, rooms, very clean, no pets. new wiring, new exhaust, $300-$375. Will work with new interior and trunk, deposit. 740-829-2785 or new brake parts and gas 740-829-2403 tank, 6 cyl., 3-speed, whitewall tires, pearl white with ghost flames. $10,000. 740-295-7033

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Selling baked goods every Thursday at Warsaw Farmer’s Market, 4pm7pm. Breads, cookies, pies, noodles and much more.

4th Annual Barn Sale & Craft Show, Friday, September 3rd and Saturday, September 4th; 8am-5pm. Home of John & Terry Thompson, 46122 TR 285, Coshocton (across from A-K Steel) – Signs posted! Warm Glow candles, berry garlands, candle rings, potpourri, primitive dolls, notepads, barn stars, handmade woodcrafts & signs, yard stakes, bird houses & feeders, candle boxes, assorted candle tins, gift baskets and more! A Christmas room filled with trees, ornaments & gifts. Americana items, Fall & Halloween décor, outdoor plants & garden area & fresh baked goods, New this year: Candle gift shop, Country dolls, Kitchen angels, hand painted slates. There will also be an area for yard sale type merchandise. This sale offers something for everyone! Public welcome!

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Volume 3, Number 18 of The Beacon