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The 160th Coshocton County Fair kicks off this Friday, Sept. 30, and runs through Thursday, Oct. 6. The colors of autumn, the smell of fair food and the crunching of leaves underfoot can only mean one thing . . . it’s Fair Time! Whether you enjoy the midway, the food, the harness racing, the food, the rides, the food, the livestock, the food, or . . .the food, the fair provides something for everyone. Be sure to read the 2011 Fair Program inside this issue of The Beacon. BEACON FILE PHOTOS

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Sadly missed by sisters, Cheryl, Cathy, Karen and Families

Conesville, Dresden & Frazeysburg Fire Departments and Theresa Frye for the quick response and helping us in our time of need. You are all wonderful. God bless you always, Dave & Janine Bice


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In Loving Memory of Robert Bassett 9/25/1951 – 9/28/2010

On his 90th birthday, September 29th. Eugene passed away on July 29th, 2011. Sadly missed by brothers & sisters and family. Marjorie Milligan, Brice J. Dreher, Almena Hodges, Bill H. Dreher, Irene Shriver and Maxine Patterson

for may reside anywhere. “The purpose behind this dinner is to let family caregivers know how much they are appreciated,” said Laurel DuBeck, RN from the Area Agency on Aging, Region 9. DuBeck goes on to say caregivers often don’t get “the pat on the back” they so richly deserve and this dinner is the community’s way of thanking them for all they do. Caregivers and one guest will be treated to a complimentary meal. While this is a free event, registration is required. To make a reservation for this event, contact Laurel at (800) 932-7277 ext. 4719 with your name and phone number no later than Sept. 30. This complimentary luncheon is sponsored by the Area Agency on Aging, Region 9, Sandra Corder, Cosh. Co. Auditor; Autumn Healthcare & Extended Care; Cosh. Health & Rehab; Oak Pointe Nrsg & Rehab; Seniors Helping Seniors; Red Carpet Health Care; Northside Oxygen & Medical; Primrose Retirement; and Genesis Black Lung Clinic.

A traveler ventured forth one day Upon a long winding road With faith and trust to lead the way With strength an will to bear his load And at a slow but steady pace He journeyed on from place to place And gained some value from each one Sadly missed by wife Ann, daughter, son-in-law, granddaughter Roberta, Shaun, Sidney, brothers Richard, George, Dusty, Dale and sister-in-laws, family & friends


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Agland, Arby’s, Auer Ace Hardware, Auto Zone, Avon – Nancy Grubbs, Baker’s Food, Bakersville Garage, Baltic Mills, Bluck & Sons, Burt Ave Church, Brookside Furniture, Cantwell Creek Garden Center, Charm Engine, Charm Harness & Boot, COBA – Tim Williams, Coin Laundry, Coshocton Antique Mall, Coshocton Furniture, Coshocton Lumber, Coshocton Tire and Retreading, Coshocton Village Inn and Suites, Creekside Vinyl, Crowtown Pizza, Darlene’s Hair Salon, Dean’s Jewelry, Dover Chemical Corp., Edie Ryan’s Family Restaurant, Farm Credit Services, Famous Hair, Finton Equipment, Front Porch Country Store, Fox’s Pizza, Gerber Feed, George Darr Farms, Good News Book Store, Hardee’s, Hardesty Extended Auto Care, Heartfelt Home Care LLC, Hickory Flats Golf Course, Janette Donaker, “Just the Three of Us” Band, J.S.R., Kidron Sports Center, Kraft Foods, Krasco Customs, Krasky’s, Lance Weaver – Seed Consultant, M-2 Drive Thru, Marstrell’s Auto, McDonald’s, Mitchell’s Fence, Napa Auto Parts, New York Deli, Orme Hardware, Pearl Valley Cheese, Rainbow Hills Winery, Raven’s Glenn Winery, Rent All – Coshocton, River Greens Golf Course, Roberta’s Catering, Roma’s, Sears, Sheree’s Salon & Spa, Silkworm Flower Shop, SportZone, Steven Hackenbracht, The Dock, Tracy Wyler, Tumblin Fencing, Watts True Value Hardware, Wendy’s, Wilson Carpet & Furniture, Winner 4-H Club, Wylerview Farms, Young Farmers – Pedal Pull, Your Pizza And friends, neighbors, all others who donated and helped with the benefit on September 3rd. Thanks to Tom Hawk for the use of the arena and Bakersville Community Park, all proceeds will go towards medical expenses. 0072_092811

City and county officials joined with employees, management and customers of Shoe Sensation as they celebrated the grand opening of their new store in the Downtowner Plaza on Thursday, Sept. 21 with a ribbon cutting. The store opened earlier in the week. Store manager Jessy Wilson said, “We’re glad to be here and welcome to everyone.” Coshocton City Mayor Steve Mercer said, “On behalf of the city we’re very happy to have you here and pleased that the corporate office chose Coshocton to open a store. This adds to what we’re doing here in Coshocton and to our plaza. This is certainly a key business location so we’re glad to have you here.” Chamber Executive Director Carol Remington said, “From the Chamber of Commerce point of view we’re very excited to have another business starting in Coshocton because this shows a very positive thing happening for Coshocton. More businesses are opening all the time. This is the second opening in the Downtowner Plaza this week and that’s very exciting.” Following the ribbon cutting, store manager Jessy Wilson said, “I feel very honored to be here in town and to open this new business and serve the community.” The store has ten employees and Wilson said when it came to Coshocton, “Shoe Sensation likes to come into small communities and they like to be in a plaza type area versus a mall to better serve the community.” Shoe Sensation is a full service family shoe store with footwear for infants to seniors. They also sell accessories, shoe care products, handbags, scarves and more. Wilson stated, “We’re very friendly and love to help the customers that come into our store.”

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Inflation in America

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Well, it’s fair time a little bit when you see once again. Time for a child traipsing down French fries, waffles, the midway with their Italian sausage, corn mouth full of cotton dogs, pickles and more. candy, and stains on I may have one up on their fingers and cheeks, you – I have located look harder. Those are my refillable cup from magical moments. last year’s fair. Yes, Or, perhaps it is a I actually remember first time ribbon winner where I put it. I’ll sell at the junior fair. All it to you cheap. Come Mark forTune the hours of frustration see me at the Coshocton County Beacon booth in the large working with that livestock project commercial building. We’re just past during the heat of summer are quickly Smoky the Bear. He’s always a good forgotten when the judge selects you reference point. Have your money as the first place winner. Yes, the fair can be exhausting but those are ready. The fair is a magical time of year magical moments. Seeing an infant take their first and if it wasn’t for all the work that goes along with it, it certainly would bite of a French fry doused in ketchup rank right up there with Christmas. is also a magical moment. For many Because there is a lot of work. parents, the fair is sometimes a From the volunteer members of the bittersweet time of year. Memories senior fair board – who literally start of spending time together as a family, planning next year’s fair as soon as focusing on a project, decorating a fair the last bit of trash is hauled away – to booth or enjoying chili, a hamburger the folks that bring the rides, work the and pie at your favorite school food food stands, take care of the livestock stand are magical moments for many. that require food and water each day Watching a young couple hold hands (usually twice), the junior fair board as they stroll down the midway can who spend hours and hours working bring back years gone by – or perhaps at the fair, 4-H and FFA advisors and you’re looking ahead as a teenager youth, schools, scouts, the band and returns from college for the fair. choir parents and kids that work the Where did the years go, you ask? The fair is one of those moments school food stands, to the volunteers that guard the buildings. And there in time, which – although the dates, entertainment, exhibitors and much are lots more. The hours and hours of work that more change each year – somehow accompany each day of activities and still provides a consistent experience judging at the fair brings smiles and and memory. And that is a good thing. laughter and the opportunity to catch Almost magical, you could say. up with friends on a daily basis. If

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It’s bedtime for Bonzo, Ponzi schemes that disrupt the character of good economics. The Federal Reserve, when created in 1913, had the full backing of gold, silver and copper in the money that was being circulated. Today, with a few copper pennies still with the pre-1980 date on them, there is no semblance of what was in 1913. Unfortunately, we are being hoodwinked and have been had lock, stock, and barrel by the monkeying around of good down-to-earth money that used to

be trusted. I go back to the Bible continually to touch base with the Creator to understand that full trust is only in the grace of a benevolent ending to the saga that we are witnessing in the world today. No country can continue to print money inordinately and expect the resultant not to include an inflated currency that exhibits a declining purchasing power. Harry James Medley Jr. Coshocton, Ohio

OSU Extension- Coshocton County Master Gardeners received a grant from American Electric Power in honor of AEP employee Michael and Teri Williams’ significant volunteer service. The AEP Connects program recognizes the commitment of AEP employees and retirees to their communities and supports causes that are important to them, according to Michael G. Morris, chairman, president and chief executive officer. More than 600 grants were made company-wide last year representing more than 57,000 volunteer hours donated by AEP employees and retirees and their families. “Although no monetary grant can compare to the value of the time our employees and retirees give to worthwhile causes, the $150 grants

made by this program in the names of AEP volunteers will help schools and nonprofit organizations meet the challenges of fulfilling important human needs,” Morris said. Tammi Rogers, OSU Extension Program Assistant and Master Gardener Coordinator, said, “The Coshocton Master Gardener Volunteers are very pleased to have been awarded this grant. The monies will be used for future educational programs and continuing to beautify Coshocton County.” Teri Williams has been a Master Gardener Volunteer since 2008 and has volunteered over 215 hours in those 3 years. OSU Extension-Coshocton County Master Gardeners have volunteered over 600 hours toward educating the public and beautifying Coshocton County in 2011 alone.

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to hit the fund’s goal. Also noted during the ceremony was an earlier $300 donation by students at the Montessori School of Wooster. “That says a lot about our future,” Slack said, “and it’s a pretty exciting future.” Details on the arboretum’s tornado renewal fund are at Administered through OSU Extension, the Master Gardener Volunteer Program provides intensive horticulture training to garden lovers, who in turn volunteer their time teaching others about gardening through OSU Extension’s county offices. OSU Extension, like OARDC, is part of Ohio State’s College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences.

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WOOSTER - Wooster’s Secrest Arboretum celebrated its continuing recovery from tornado damage on Friday, Sept. 16, the storm’s oneyear anniversary, and Ohio’s Master Gardener Volunteers added some icing to the cake. The group surprised Ken Cochran, the arboretum’s program director, with a check for $50,084 to go toward the arboretum’s renewal efforts. Coupled with 2,080 hours of in-kind labor valued at $43,784, the group’s total donation to the arboretum equals $93,868. “We’re very blessed to work for a group of dedicated volunteers who went over and above,” said Pam Bennett, Ohio State University Extension’s state Master Gardener coordinator. In all, cash donations came from Master Gardeners in 38 Ohio counties, including Coshocton County. “It’s been quite an experience” to be part of the arboretum’s recovery, said Erik Draper, an OSU Extension educator who works with the volunteers, in presenting the gift to Cochran. “We’re so grateful for the work you do.” Receiving such support, Cochran said, is “one of the most rewarding parts of my job. (But) it’s your arboretum. We’re here to facilitate however we might. We use the term ‘publicprivate partnership.’ We’re all in it together.” An EF-2 tornado hit the arboretum, the Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center of which it’s a part, and nearby homes on Sept. 16, 2010, causing an estimated $25 million to $30 million in damage to the campus alone. The arboretum lost about 1,600 trees. So far, workers and volunteers have replanted some 1,000 new ones. Total donations to the arboretum’s renewal fund stand at more than $400,000, said OARDC Director Steve Slack, with $150,000 still needed

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claSS of 1971 The Ridgewood Class of 1971 had their fortieth class reunion in July at Schumaker Farms. First row: (l-r) Mark Aronhalt, Liz Sharier Herrell, Michele Housholder Funk, Cindy McClure, Irene Crouso Miller, Becky Cry Corcoran, Linda Reilly Collins, Ellen Zimmer Thomas, and Brenda McCrea Ianniello; Second row: kathy Angle Gibson, Scott Williams, Linda Durbin Thompson, Teresea Lawrence Derr, Nancy Cornelius Bates, Mike Cutshall, Peggy Barstow Caudill, Mike Ianniello, and Rodney Crile; Back row: Jim Buehler, Bob Long, Steve Hackenbraht, Roger Dixon, Raymond Roof, Ritchie Carpenter, and Alan Miller

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Doug Speicher celebrated the grand opening of his new Edward Jones Investments office at 45 Downtowner Plaza on Tuesday, Sept. 20 with a ribbon cutting and cake. Friends and supporters looked on as local officials cut the ribbon to officially commemorate the opening. Coshocton City Mayor Steve Mercer said, “To have this business, or any business, open up in Coshocton shows that there are people wanting and willing to invest in our community. For Doug to do what he has done here, putting money into this building and business shows his long term commitment to Speicher openS eDwarD joneS office Doug Speicher celCoshocton.” Before moving to the ebrated the opening of a new Edward Jones Investments office in the Downtowner Plaza office, Downtowner Plaza on Tuesday, Sept. 20 with a ribbon cutting. Pictured Speicher shared office space for l - r: Branch office Administrator Melissa Martin, Financial Advisor Doug almost two years with fellow Speicher, Coshocton City Mayor Steve Mercer, Coshocton County ChamEdward Jones financial advisor, ber of Commerce Executive Director Carol Remington and Financial AdviMike Remington, who also sor Mike Remington. BEACoN PHoTo By MARk FoRTuNE has an office in Coshocton. Remington said, “I’m delighted this wonderful opportunity. I wish him nothing to welcome Doug to the Edward Jones family but the very best and I have no doubt he will and I’m very proud and pleased and happy to be a tremendous success and be a wonderful have been a small part of Doug’s preparation for addition to our community and to Edward Jones. Whatever small part I played in it, I’m just delighted and pleased and proud. In some ways I get humbled because I wouldn’t be where I am Don’t Wait for Bad Health... were I not given a chance by another Edward Jones advisor. So I’m happy to pay that back now.” Coshocton County Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Carol Remington said, “This We Offer 3 Ways to is one of those events that make us hopeful about Prevent Problems and the future of Coshocton. A new business in the Establish Better Health: Downtowner Plaza and I think this is just the beginning of the recovery here.” Chiropractic Care - to remove Doug Speicher, financial advisor with nervous system interference that Edward Jones Investments, said, “We’re very can affect your whole body. excited to have opened the doors to the new Whole Food and Herbal business. It’s just a privilege to be able to do that Supplements - to provide the in Coshocton, a town where we’ve raised our kids over the last fifteen years. We’ve really become necessary nutrition that today’s part of the community and it’s just one of those foods don’t. things that is very important to me and it’s also Allergy Elimination (N.A.E.T.) very important to Edward Jones Investments, to - to end allergies that generate be able to open offices in our local communities harmful toxins and cause life-long ills. where we live and work and send our kids to school.” Speicher added, “I hope to help build as “You Can Take Care Of Your many relationships as possible with folks and HEALTH Now, or You WILL help them realize some of the goals that they Have To Take Care Of Your may, at one point, have thought weren’t possible. ILLNESS Later.” I think the biggest reward for me will be fifteen We accept most insurances and Medicare or twenty years from now when I’ve helped numerous people send kids off to college, buy that RV so they can travel the United States; those things are really what this is all about, the relationships.” Dr. Gerald Arndt • Dr. Bradley Arndt The office is located at 45 Downtowner 409 S. Whitewoman St. • Coshocton, Ohio 43812 Plaza. The phone number is 740-623-0560. The 740.622.4659 office is open Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to We accept most major insurances and Medicare. noon and 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.

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On Saturday, Oct. 22, guests will have the unique opportunity to take guided tours of Roscoe Village and learn about history and some real-life spooky tales of several buildings along the street. The tours will depart beginning at 4:30 p.m. with the last tour leaving at 7:30 p.m. Reservations and pre-payment of $7 per person are requested for the 45-60 minute tours. Tour is suitable for ages 13 and over. Spaces are limited for each tour time slot. Stop in Medbery Marketplace at 403 Whitewoman Street, or The Warehouse Steak N Stein at 400 N. Whitewoman Street, Coshocton to make your reservations. Or call (740) 291-8000. All proceeds raised go to support the Autism Society of Coshocton County. Later that same evening, beginning at 7:30 p.m., for an additional $20 per person, 18 individuals (age 21 and over) will have the opportunity for the first time ever to participate in a paranormal investigation at the Medbery Marketplace building (formerly the Roscoe Hotel in the 1800s). Members of the Central Ohio Paranormal Research Group will lead a 4-hour investigation of the building where some believe there may still be some guests lingering. Employees and visitors have reported strange ‘occurrences’ over the years and passersby have witnessed movement and shadows in the windows late at night. All proceeds raised also support the Autism Society of Coshocton County. Reservations are first-come, first-serve and must be pre-paid at Medbery Marketplace (403 N. Whitewoman Street) or by calling (740) 291-8000. Melissa Leist of Coshocton, a member of both the Autism Society of Coshocton and the Central Ohio Paranormal Research Group, is co-chair of the event, along with Teri Misener of Medbery Marketplace. “We decided to put together this fundraiser since both of us have been touched by autism in our immediate families,” said Leist. “We think guests will really enjoy this tour and those who participate in the investigation will get a true feel of what these investigations are really like. It’s a whole different perspective than what you see on the TV shows.” “The tour will include nine locations in

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All are welcome to an evening ministry program for all ages at the Grace United Methodist Church on Oct. 12. The evening will begin with a meal at 5:30 p.m. followed by a Bible Study for all ages. The children and youth will have crafts, drama and creative music activities. A variety of classes are being offered. A quilt class starts at 2 p.m. and a hearing impaired class will meet at 5:30 p.m. Adult Bible study will also offer, “Take the Ninety-Day Challenge” and Courageous, that will inspire you to be all that God has called you to be. Pre-School through grade 12 classes will also be available. Family and friends are invited. Transportation is available and registration forms are in the church office at Grace United Methodist Church, located on the corner of 4th and Walnut Street. Stop in or call the church office at 622-1302. This evening ministry program is every Wednesday night starting Oct. 12 thru March.

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September 30th, 1961 Homecoming night was a huge success for West Lafayette as they had a huge victory over their opponent, Conotton Valley, with a 30-20 final score. The Generals started out strong and never faltered. They started out with a 25-yard touchdown by Gary McElfresh and Don Shivers ran an impressive 62 yards for the final touchdown of the game. Bonita Shrimplin was crowned queen at halftime. She was escorted off of her float, along with her new officerS Front Row (l-r): Belinda Williamson and Carol Remington; Back row: Jessi Marcincavage, Dr. attendants, to her place of honor for the rest Charles Fornara, and Sandra Jones PHoTo CoNTRIBuTED To THE BEACoN of the game by members of the football team. Her attendants were Marjorie Rogers, Joan The Kiwanis Club meets every Wednesday Brown, Renea Van Dusen and Jean Hoffman. The Kiwanis Club of Coshocton recently had their Officer Induction Ceremony at Frederickson at Noon at Roberta’s Banquet Center. The Club Manor. Past Lieutenant Governor, Sandra Jones, welcomes guests and potential members to attend 1971 welcomed members and inducted the following their weekly meetings. For more information, October 3th, 1971 officers: Belinda Williamson, President; Carol contact Past President, Lynn Jacobs at 740-295While clearing away the clutter from an old house, David Smith of Frazeysburg picked Remington, President-Elect; Jessi Marcincavage, 7516. up what he thought was a piece of wood and Vice President; Sandra Jones, Secretary; and Dr. was ready to throw it out when he discovered Charles Fornara, Treasurer. it was actually an old book – a very rare collector’s edition of the Coshocton County Atlas of 1872. As he sifted through the pages, he found census records, names of townships that are now called different names such as Jacobsport and East Union, and even a complete map of the county, which was missing out of the library’s copy of the atlas. After this rare find, Smith began recovering BG 55 $14995 other old artifacts such as old letters to the HANDHELD BLOWER first doctor in West Carlisle, Dr. William Proven handheld blower at an affordable price Smith.



September 29th, 1981 The fair board had been hard at work all summer making repairs and improvements to the Coshocton County Fairgrounds in preparation for the fair. A new coat of paint had been added to many of the barns in an effort to spruce up the fairgrounds. The hub rail on the race track had been painted as well as two rooms in the art hall. A women’s restroom near the grandstand had been completely remodeled and the grandstand roof had been sealed. The junior fair building also saw some improvements with a new roof and new lights were installed to provide more lighting for the livestock sale. All information was obtained from microfilm of the Coshocton Tribune at the Coshocton County Library.

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The Coshocton Business and Professional Women (BPW) met at The Sportzone on Sept. 19 at 6 p.m. Amanda Chaney, Program CoChair introduced newly-appointed 94th House District State Representative Brian Hill, program

speaker. Representative Hill introduced himself further, gave an overview of his public service, described his experience since being appointed, and answered questions from the members. Membership Chair Liz Herrell inducted Heidi Koch, a server at English Ivy and a massage therapist at Country Clips, and Heather Cox, an Equipment Operator at AEPConesville. Tomma Bordenkircher, Legislative Chair, stated the Meet the Candidates Night would be at the Coshocton County Career Center on Oct.

Bureau will co-sponsor with BPW. Approximately five members will attend the 32nd Tri-State Ecumenical Lunch in Washington, PA on Oct. 16 to help kick-off National Business Women’s Week (NBWW). Members voted by secret ballot for Woman of the Year. The winner will be surprised at the next meeting, Oct. 17 at 6 p.m. at the Elks. Cost is $15. Call Doris Parkhill at 622-7798 for reservations. Members voted for the name Giddy Up and Go for the horse’s name for the BPW/OH Membership Contest. Membership awards will be given out at the State Conference in May 2012. For more information, contact Liz Herrell at 740-294-0199 or at coshoctonbpw@gmail. com. Membership is open to men and women, employed and unemployed. BPW’s mission is to achieve equity for all women in the workplace through advocacy, education and information.

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Wednesday, Sept. 28: Books Galore Book Store: Coshocton Public Library; The Friends of the Library used book store in the library basement has books, magazines, movies, audio books, and more, all at rock-bottom prices. Open to the public every Monday from 3 – 6 p.m. and Wednesday and Saturday from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. Call 622-0956 for information. Wednesday, Sept. 28: Plugged and Unplugged (Teens): Coshocton Public Library; Grades 7 - High School Graduation are invited to Plugged & Unplugged for online and traditional gaming. Board Games, Video Games, Internet Access, Friends, Snacks and Fun! Call 622-0956 to register; 2:30 - 5 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 28: Preschool Story Time: Coshocton Public Library; Children 3 - 5 years old are invited to Preschool Story Time every Wednesday, from 10:30 - 11 a.m. Register by calling 622-0956. Thursday, Sept. 29: Autumn Chi: Coshocton Public Library; Practice gentle exercises that reduce stress and increase vitality. 9 - 10 a.m. Friday, Sept. 30: Basic Computer and Internet: Coshocton Public Library; The library, in conjunction with Connect Your Community, is offering a six-hour class on basic computer and Internet. Classes will be on three consecutive Fridays, Sept. 16, 23, and 30 from 10:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. at the library. Registration is required and space is limited. Call the library at 622-0956. Registration deadline is Sept. 14. Saturday, Oct. 1, 8, 15, 22, 29: Books Galore Book Store: Coshocton Public Library; The Friends of the Library used book store in the library basement has books, magazines, movies, audio books, and more, all at rock-bottom prices. Open to the public every Monday from 3 – 6 p.m. and Wednesday and Saturday from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. Call 622-0956 for information. Monday, Oct. 3, 10, 17, 24, 31: Books Galore Book Store: Coshocton Public Library; The Friends of the Library used book store in the library basement has magazines, movies, audio books, 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 6220956 for information. Monday, Oct. 3: Monday Book Talk: Coshocton Public Library; Join us for lively discussion of fiction,

nonfiction and favorites, old and new. Call 622-0956 to register. October’s book is The Leisure Seeker by Michael Zandoorian; 6:30 - 8 p.m.

Thursday, Oct. 6, 13, 20: Autumn Chi: Coshocton Public Library; Practice gentle exercises that reduce stress and increase vitality. 9 - 10 a.m.

Tuesday, Oct. 4, 11, 18, 25: W.L. 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.

Monday, Oct. 10: 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

Tuesday, Oct. 4: West Lafayette Branch Adult Book Discussion Group; West Lafayette Adult Book Discussion Group is at 7:30 p.m. at the home of Linda Breyer, located at 513 Plainfield Road, West Lafayette. Call the West Lafayette Branch Library at 545-6672 to reserve a copy of the book. October’s book is Under the Mercy Trees by Heather Newton; 7:30 - 9 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 5, 12, 19, 26: Wednesday Morning Story Time: Coshocton Public Library; Children ages 3 - 5 are invited to the library from 10:30 – 11 a.m. on Wednesday mornings for Story Time. Enjoy stories, songs, finger plays, and seasonal crafts. Have fun with your story time friends by calling 622-0956 to register. Wednesday, Oct. 5, 12, 19, 26: Books Galore Book Store: Coshocton Public Library; The Friends of the Library used book store in the library basement has books, magazines, movies, audio books, and more, all at rock-bottom prices. Open to the public every Monday from 3 – 6 p.m. and Wednesday and Saturday from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. Call 622-0956 for information. Wednesday, Oct. 5, 12, 19, 26: Plugged and Unplugged (Teens): Coshocton Public Library; Grades 7 - High School Graduation are invited to Plugged and Unplugged for online and traditional gaming. Board Games, Video Games, Internet Access, Friends, Snacks and Fun! Call 622-0956 to register. 2:30 - 5 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 5: Animanga Club Meeting (Teens): 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! Call 622-0956 to register; 5:30 - 7 p.m.

Monday, Oct. 10: W.L. Branch 75th Anniversary Open House: West Lafayette Branch Library; The Branch library opened on Oct. 10, 1936 in a rented room at the West Lafayette School building located on east Main Street. Join us as we celebrate the 75th anniversary of the Branch Library. Reception and special events to be announced. 3 - 6 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 12: Friends of the Library: Coshocton Public Library; Monthly meeting Noon - 1 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 13, 20, 27: Babytime Lapsit: Coshocton Public Library; Mrs. Shutt and Mrs. Custer lead babies ages infant - 2 and their moms or caregivers in interactive stories, rhymes, songs, and fingerplays. Register all attendants by calling the library at 622-0956 or register online. 10:30 - 11 a.m. Wednesday, Oct. 19: Picture It @ Your Library (Teens): Coshocton Public Library; Celebrate Teen Read Week with Picture It @ Your Library. Create an image of your favorite book and bring it to the library to be voted on by other teens. Prizes will be awarded and will be provided. Registration is required. Call 622-0956. 6 - 7 p.m. Book of the Week Adult Fiction The Final Storm: A Novel of the War in the Pacific by: Jeff Shaara Adult Non-Fiction Truth be Told by: Larry King Adult Large Print Swim Back to Me by: Ann Packer Children’s Book Indian Captive: The Story of Mary Jemison by: Lois Lenski

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west lafayette to have annual crop walk During the past weeks, members of churches in the West Lafayette area have been getting ready to walk for the hungry. This year’s annual West Lafayette area CROP Walk will be Sunday, Oct. 9 at 2 p.m. with registration beginning at 1:30 p.m. The 10K walk will begin and end at the West Lafayette United Methodist Church, located at 120 West Union Avenue in West Lafayette. Twenty-five percent of the money collected stays within Coshocton County and is given to the Salvation Army Food Pantry. Anyone wishing to participate in the West Lafayette area CROP Walk on Sunday, Oct. 9 but not yet registered can come to the church at 1:30 p.m. on the afternoon of the walk and join. For more information about the CROP Walk, contact the West Lafayette United Methodist Church at 545-6368.


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The Positive Purpose MS Support Group is having an Apple-tastic Party on Sunday, Oct. 9 starting at 2 p.m. The event will take place at the Coshocton County Memorial Hospital located at 1460 Orange Street in Coshocton. Let’s celebrate our big Ohio apple harvest with everything apple! Are you ready to bob for apples? Bring a snack to share along with your kids and your personal MS support folks. For more information and to RSVP, call Angie at 502-2540 or CJ at 824-4370 or by e-mail at Put PPMS in the subject line of the email. A deli tray and beverages will be provided. This group is sponsored by the National Multiple Sclerosis Society at 1-800-344-4967 and the Multiple Sclerosis Foundation at 1-800225-6495.

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There’s something special about fall in Roscoe Village. Perhaps it’s the splendor of the scenery in Central Ohio’s rolling hills, the crisp mornings and warm afternoons, or the smoky, sweet scent of homemade apple butter simmering over an open fire. Perhaps it is all of this that combines to make the Apple Butter Stirrin’ in Historic Roscoe Village in Coshocton synonymous with fall. For 42 years, the Apple Butter Stirrin’ has attracted crowds of all ages to this restored 1800s canal town to experience the sights, sounds and flavors of the season. The three days of Apple Butter Stirrin’ officially begin on Friday, Oct. 14 at 10 a.m. with the opening of the street lined with craft booths. The craft vendors, dressed in costume for this event, offer a wide variety of items from candles to pottery and from dried flower wreaths to birdhouses. Of course, no stroll through the craft booths would be complete without sampling the tempting food offerings. Homemade soups and pies are signature items prepared by the local employees of the Coshocton County Memorial Hospital. The varieties of foods include sandwiches, kettle corn, roasted nuts, apple dumplings, and hand-cut French fries and provide choices for every palate. An interesting addition to the festivities is the gas powered John

Deere Hit & Miss ice cream maker. With one taste of the product, anyone could understand why homemade is worth the trouble. For a relaxing dining experience, there are three delightful eateries located throughout the village. Traditions are certainly the benchmark of the Apple Butter Stirrin’ festivities. The annual spelling bee pits local 7th and 8th grade competitors against each other on Saturday morning in the one-room school house. Younger kids can try their hand at pumpkin decorating along with many other activities when they visit the Children’s Activity Area. Volunteers from the crowd can try their hand at some corn shellin’ in a fun crowd-pleasing contest, that’s not as easy as it sounds. Saturday and Sunday activities include the people’s choice raffle and the annual quilt raffle drawing for the handmade quilt made by Roscoe Village volunteer quilters. All the weekend’s events are accented by musical entertainment. Performances by traditional dulcimer players, bluegrass bands, gospel singers, country and the music of the 60s, 70s and 80s fill the main stage and north and south performance areas throughout the weekend. A scenic drive south on I-77 will take you to Roscoe Village and the 42nd Annual Apple Butter Stirrin’. Roscoe Village is located 20 miles west of I-77, exit 65, at the intersection of US 36 and SR 16 in Coshocton, Ohio. The festival runs Oct. 14, 15 and 16 from 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. on Friday and opening at 10 a.m. on Saturday with the festival closing on Sunday at 5 p.m. Call 800-877-1830 or visit the Web site at for a detailed list of events and information.



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Coshocton County Land & Minerals Auction 80 ACRES IN COSHOCTON COUNTY ONLINE ONLY AUCTION ENDS THURS, OCT. 13 @ 6PM 80 Acres * Un-Leased Oil & Gas Rights * Terrific Hunting Woods & Cropland * Marketable Timber * Farm House Good Frontage * Coshocton County * Pike Township

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Directions: At intersection of SR 16 and SR 586 between Frazeysburg & Newark, OH follow SR 586 N. 2 miles then bear right on Branch Rd. continue N. on Licking Valley Rd 5 miles then East on SR 79 8/10 mile to TR 388 then East 6/10 miles to farm From Nellie, OH just West of Warsaw follow SR 79 S. 11.5 miles to TR 388 then East 6/10 to Farm. 80 Acres of prime Coshocton County hunting land with a solid farmhouse just in time for 2011 hunting season. The property consists of woods, a mature pine grove and bottomland for crops or food plots. A stream winds through the property at the base of the woods, which provides the final piece of the whitetail habitat puzzle. The oil and gas rights are not under a current lease and will be offered as a separate parcel. The balance of the mineral rights will transfer to the buyer. Join us for a property tour and a bidder seminar on Tuesday Oct 4th from 5-6 PM. Bidding is on-line only auction will end on Oct. 13th at 6 PM. with extended bidding. Kaufman Staff will be on-site on Thursday Oct. 13th from 5 PM. Till auction closes with bidder stations if you prefer to bid at the property. Parcel 1: 5.1 Acres with 2 story home, open and wooded, 908’ frontage on TR 388. Parcel 2: 14.4 Acres, all wooded with nice pine grove, 834’ frontage on TR 388 Parcel 3: 38.5 Acres, mostly wooded, some open land with ideal food plot areas, small creek, 834’ frontage on TR 388. Parcel 4: 24.8 Acres, mostly wooded acres, some open land with ideal food plot areas, small creek, 834’ frontage on TR 388. Tax & Legal: Coshocton Co. Parcel # 0320000034000 Current taxes are $1,279.20 per ½ year. Terms: 10% Non-refundable down payment due on auction day with balance at closing in 30 days. 10% Buyers Premium will be added to the highest bid price to determine the final contract price. Real Estate sells AS/ IS with no financing or inspection contingencies whatsoever.

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Location: 16830 Township Rd. 388 Coshocton, OH

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Parcel 1: 19.076 Acres with frontage on Woods Church Rd and SR 541. There is an older set of buildings on the acreage, this could be a nice mini-farm. This parcel also has a septic on the east side of Woods Church and a respectable pole barn. Parcel 2: 18.144 Acres with a 2 acre stocked pond, a rustic log cabin and frontage on Woods Church Rd. This could be that fantastic getaway place that you have always wanted. This parcel has some trees as well as tillable land. Parcel 3: 33.217 Acres with frontage on Woods Church Rd. This is mostly tillable land with just enough wooded land to entice the wildlife. Feel free to walk and inspect the land and bid your judgment auction day. Whether you want the whole farm or a single parcel, this land offers exciting possibilities! Present gas income is approx. $300 per year. All rights presently owned will transfer. Will be offered individually and as a whole. Real Estate can still be a solid investment! TERMS: 10% Nonrefundable down payment auction day-balance at closing. Any required inspections must be completed prior to bidding. Sells as is with no financing contingencies. Acreages and frontage amounts are approx and subject to final survey. Buyers will pay $500 per new parcel in survey fees. Taxes are $499 CAUV per ½ year. Maps on site and online at


Nine competitors, including one from Reynoldsburg, brought their recipes, secret rubs, sauces and plenty of wet naps to the first Rib Cook-off contest held at Woodbury Outfitters on Saturday, Sept. 24. The event was organized by brothers Greg and Randy Rine and their family, known locally as “Team Rhino.” Randy Rine said, “We just wanted to bring the community together and have a good crowd and a good turnout which we have. It’s still early and people are running out of food, they’re scrambling to get more. It’s going great.” Rine said about the judging, which was held later in the day, “We have six people judging. They’ll be looking for appearance when they first open up the container to see what it looks like, then texture and taste. They’ll be judged on that and then the scores will be added up and we’ll have a winner.” D. J. Dave Lear provided music in the afternoon, and Jeff Poulous and the Blues Review kept the crowd jamming in the evening. Mike Meiser of Coshocton was one of the competitors and finished second, taking home $300 and a trophy. He said, “My wife wanted me to enter the contest.” Meiser, who has not competed before, said of his ribs, “I like my ribs. I don’t know if there is anything special about them. Other people like them. I use my own special rub which I make and my sauce is my secret. I think a combination of a sweet sauce and a spicy rub is what makes mine a little bit better.” First time competitor Michael Varns of Warsaw said, “I’m not really sure what is special or unique. Everyone kind of does it their own way and how you want to do them, I suppose the rub is the big thing. Everybody likes them, (ribs) they’re tender and moist, and we just try to stick

it before, this is a first. We’re excited. We have a secret ingredient and our ribs are sweet with a little heat.” We plan on walking away with the trophy,” said Diyanni laughing, “We’re a little intimidated by these other guys but we’re sticking to our game plan.” Travis Berry took home the first place trophy and $500 for his efforts, Mike Meiser placed second and went home with a trophy and $300. Trevor Dawson was judged third, winning $100 and a trophy. Rine said after the event, “Everyone had a great time and we’ll see you next year.”

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with that.” When asked what his expectation was, Varns said, “Well, there are only nine competitors so we’re all going to finish in the top ten, and that’s a good start. I’m already happy.” Varns added that people tell him they like the “flavor and texture” of his ribs. “Those are two good things that the judges will be looking for and I’m hoping I have it today.” David Diyanni, who came with a group of friends from Reynoldsburg to compete, said about making the trek from the east side of Columbus, “The excitement of competing against other grill guys just caught our attention. We’ve never done

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riB cook-off! Lori and Michael Varns of Warsaw were among nine contestants at the first Rib Cook-off contest at Woodbury outfitters on Saturday, Sept. 24. Laughing, Varns said he was, “Confident we’ll finish in the top ten since there are nine competitors.” The event was sponsored by Greg and Randy Rine and family of Team Rhino. BEACoN

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Brick home ready for you to move in. Oak cabinets in kitchen, formal dining room, fireplace in living room and family room, 2 baths, great 3 season room. Antique loves dream close to Coshocton Country Club & Coshocton High School.

Nice brick ranch on 2 corner lots in West Lafayette. Kitchen with dining area, large living room, 3 BR, bath on main level, partial finished family room and bath in basement. 3 season breezeway, 2 car attached garage.


ORIGINAL OWNER - This home is in great condition. It features 2 with possibly 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, 2 kitchens and partially finished basement with a large family room. A 20x30 detached garage with a 16x30 car port. Listed at $66,900. Located in Coshocton.

PRIVATE SETTING King Street West Lafayette. 2 moThe pride of home ownership shows bile homes both presently rented. throughout this large 8 room home Great investment. $39,900 with a private setting on the edge of Roscoe Village on 3.5 acres, cherry cabinets, 2.5 baths, walkout basement, 3 car garage & workshop.



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Very large country home. 3,188 sq.ft., 4/5 BR, 3.5 baths, large kitchen, formal dining room, living room finished in knotty pine, office, 2 car garage built in under and 24x30 detached with heat for workshop. Jacuzzi & whirlpool in baths, all this on 4.8 ac. RWSD.


TOOLS: Like New Cub Cadet Hydrostat Lawn Tractor HDS 2185 w/98 Actual Hours w/48” Mower, Snow Plow, Chains, Rear & Wheel Weights, Like New 4 x 7 Utility Trailer w/Drop Rear Gate, Honda Self Propelled Mower, Power Edger, Power Washer, Craftsman Mulcher Lawn Sweeper w/Bagger, Wheel Barrow, 24 Ft Werner Fiberglass 300# Extension Ladder, Scotts Lawn Broadcaster, Poulan & Stihl 85 Gas Leaf Blowers, Shop Vac, Long & Short Handled Tools, Garden Cart, Folding Aluminum Ramps, Elec. Space Heaters, Jack Stands, Floor Jack, Garden Sprayers, Hand Tools, Wrenches, Powers Tools, Miter Box, Saws, Clamps, Bench Vise, Tool Boxes, Craftsman 8” Drill Press, Work Tables, Ladder/Creeper/Hand Truck, 2 Drawer File, 12/3 Elect. Wire.



HOUSEHOLD: Like new White Queen Size Bed w/matching Dresser w/mirror and Nite Stand, Full Size Cherry Spool Bed, Cherry Dresser w/mirror & 2 Nite Stands, Day Bed, Several 2 Chest of Drawers, Dining Room Table & 6 Upholstered Chairs, Round Breakfast Table w/4 Chairs, Small Drop Leaf Kit. Table, 2 Clayton Marcus Love Seats, Sofa w/ matching Chair & Ottoman, Recliner, Wing Back Chair, Oversized Chair, Sofa, Queen Ann Side Chairs, Deacon Bench, 2 Sofa Tables, 2 Cherry SofaTable Stools, 3 Piece Cherry Entertainment Center, Glass Top Coffee Table, Several Wall, Coffee & End Tables, Entertainment Center, Two 27” Color TVs, AIWA Stereo, Area Rugs, Several Brass Lamps, Pictures & Frames, Bedding, Glass Top Patio Table w/Umbrella & 6 Chairs & Lounge Chair, Glass Top Patio Table & 2 Chairs, Kitchen Ware, Fiesta Dishes, Small Appliances, Bar Size Frig. & Bar Ware, Dorm Size Frig, High Boy Pool Room Chair, Cabinet Sewing Machine, Ab Lounger, Holiday Decorations, Children Yard Toys & Castle, Vinyl & Wooden Lawn Furniture,



ANTIQUES & COLLECTABLES: Large NASCAR Budweiser #8 Dale JR. Picture/Wall Mirror, Eastern Arms 32 SW Cal. top break 5 Shot Revolver, Several Longaberger Baskets & Liners, Butler Statue, Wicker Lawn Furniture / Love Seat, Rocker, Footstool, & 2 Chairs, Teak Table, Metal Toy Trucks & Farm Equipment, Model Cars, Cabinet Sewing Machine.


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Local author Lauren Fox, a sixteen-year-old junior at River View High School, is scheduled to release her debut children’s book “I Did It! I Promise!” with Tate Publishing on Oct. 25. A rhyming story about a boy who lost his homework, the book contains adorable illustrations and inspires memories and laughter from childhood school days. Fox will be appearing at several book signings and children’s story times in the area this fall, including a pre-release party with prizes and games at the Coshocton McDonald’s on Oct. 13. See below for a full schedule of events. More information can also be found on the Lauren Elizabeth Fox author page on Facebook. Lauren Fox has received several writing awards and certificates. She has been published in Teen Ink, Creative Communications, ACSI Creative Writings 2010, and several other publications. She was an intern for Radical

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Beautiful brick ranch home on almost an acre flat lot located on US 36 not far from town in a wonderful neighborhood. 3 bedrooms, nice living room, eat in kitchen, full bath, one car attached garage, full basement with finished family room. Also on lot 10x20 storage shed, second garage with furnance & oil pit and partially fenced in backyard. Recent updates: roof, furnance, water softener and large closed in back porch. RVSD. $109,000 740-622-8196

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Parenting (August 2008- March 2009) and Younique Magazine (September 2009- May 2010). She was a guest speaker at the 2010 Write-On Writers Conference in Coshocton, OH and has also attended the Indy Christian Writers Conference for two years. Lauren is in the process of writing a Young Adult (YA) novel and more children’s books. For more information and to see more of Lauren’s upcoming events, visit the Lauren Elizabeth Fox author page on Facebook at!/laurenelizabeth. christianauthorandspeaker. “I Did It! I Promise!” by Lauren Fox. Tate Publishing. October 25, 2011. ISBN: 978-161777-534-5. 24 pages. Paperback. $6.99. Lauren Fox Book Signing Schedule: Saturday, Oct. 1 from 10 a.m. - Noon Gospel Book Store 4900 Oak St. Berlin, OH 44610 330-893-2523 Lauren will read from her children’s book and sign purchased copies. Thursday, Oct. 13, from 4 – 8 p.m. McDonald’s of Coshocton 101 Chestnut Street Coshocton, OH 43812 (740) 622-4300 I Did It! I Promise! Pre-Release party with author book signing, prizes and games! Thursday, Oct. 20 from 4 – 8 p.m. Conesville Elementary School Family Reading Night 199 State Street Conesville, OH 43811 Signed copies of the book available for purchase! Tuesday, Oct. 25, at 6 p.m. Dover Public Library 525 N. Walnut St. Dover, OH 44622 330-343-6123 Lauren will read and speak on her children’s book. Signed books available for purchase! Saturday, Dec. 3 from 1 – 9 p.m. Tickleberry Moon 122 E. Broadway Granville, OH 43026 740 – 920 - 4314 During Granville’s annual Candlelight Walking Tour, Lauren will read from her book in the store for children’s storytime on the hour from 2 p.m. – 8 p.m. Signed books available for purchase!

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2002 Boss Hoss Trike: Sierra Style, 502 motor, 3,500 miles. Exceptionally clean bike. Live internet and prebidding will be available on this trike. Visit To be sold at 11:00. This unit sells with reserve. Tractors: 1955 MF 35 gas restored, nice clean tractor. MH 333 rare restored with tricycle front end. Live internet and prebidding on these tractors. Visit To be sold at 11:00.

Pulling garden tractors: JD 16 HP Ungoverened. Ready to take to the pulls w/ Cub Cadet chasis, Wheel Horse 16 HP Stock, extra pulling tires w/aluminum rims, Asphalt and dirt. JD Mower and Gator: D110 mower, gator CX with windshield and canopy. Trailer:24’ tandem axle trailer bumper pull.

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Coshocton County Engineer Frederick Wachtel announced construction crews are replacing a bridge on County Road 297 in Virginia Township that began on Thursday, Sept. 22. The closure will last for approximately 30 days and then reopen to traffic, weather permitting. The work forces the closure of County Road 297, approximately 0.5 mile south of Township Road 70 on the north side of New Moscow. The suggested detour route includes Township Road 70 to County Road 298. This project is funded in part by the Ohio Public Works Commission and is part of the annual replacement and maintenance program conducted by the County Engineer. Coshocton County maintains 289 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 deadline to register to vote is Oct. 11. Election Day is Nov. 8. Regular office hours are 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. Monday thru Friday. Forms are available at the office, in the schools and libraries, at the License Bureau and many service agencies. Address changes and new registration forms are also at the fair in the Democrat and Republican Booths under the Grandstand. You can also go online at the Web site www.coshoctoncounty. net/agency/boe. Absentee Ballot request forms may be turned in now also.

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provided, and admission for the program is free. Topics for the next three months are as follows: Oct. 13: Coshocton’s Coal Industry; Nov. 10: Farms and Dairies; Dec. 8: Holiday Traditions. For more information, contact the JohnsonHumrickhouse Museum at 622-8710 or The JohnsonHumrickhouse Museum is located at 300 N. Whitewoman Street, Coshocton, OH 43812. Museum hours through October are Noon – 5 p.m. Winter hours (Nov. – Apr.) are 1 – 4:30 p.m. Tuesday through Sunday.

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Delta Air Lines, Inc. is partnering with United Way inviting their customers to LIVE UNITED®. Visitors to can make a donation to support the United Way of Coshocton County and enter for the chance to win two round-trip Economy Class tickets, compliments of Delta and United Way. One winner will be selected each month through March 1, 2012. No donation is required, but always appreciated. “The possibility of winning a trip is certainly added incentive to give!” said United Way Director Lyn Mizer. “We are hoping this will get those who have never given to the United Way to jump on board. Giving always feels good and winning a trip would feel good too!”

The Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum will continue offering Coshocton Bicentennial Lunchtime Chats beginning on Oct. 13 at Noon. These monthly gatherings are scheduled for the second Thursday of each month. Meet in the Montgomery Gallery at Noon for an hour of reminiscing and conversing about people and events from Coshocton’s past 100 years. Participants are encouraged to share their stories or just engage as a listener. Storytelling is no lost art around this county, so it’s sure to be an entertaining time. JHM staff will facilitate the conversation. Free beverages and cookies will be


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Tractor Display at Fairground. Receiving tractors at the Coshocton County Fair Grounds on Wednesday, Sept. 28 in the afternoon and all day Thursday, Sept. 29. Featuring Allis-Chalmers tractors. Flu Shots. Flu shots will be available at the Coshocton Senior Center on Monday, Oct. 3 from 9 a.m. - Noon and Monday, Oct. 10 from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. Flu shots will be given by Interim HealthCare and no appointment is necessary. There is no charge if you are covered by Medicare Part B. Bring your Medicare card with you. For all others, the cost is $25. Please call 622-4852 for more information. JFN • JFN • JFN • JFN • JFN • JFN • JFN • JFN


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The property has been used as a VFW. Over 7,800 square feet on main floor, with another 4,000 in the lower level. Features include zoned gas, forced air heating, central air, city water and sewer, handicap accessible, entrances and restrooms, elevator, lots of storage and parking, and more. Possible uses could be medical, restaurant, club, or church … This is an excellent opportunity with lots of potential … Come ready to buy! Note: Property being offered contains three (3) parcels. 2010 tax appraisal reflects $527,070.00. Terms: Property will be offered by a very motivated seller with a very low reserve of only $175,000 … Once the reserve is met … The property will definitely sell to the high bidder. A $5,000 non-refundable down payment due day of auction and balance due at closing within 30 days of sale. No contingencies accepted. All inspections must be made prior to day of auction. Viewing: By appointment. Call auctioneer. Also, property will be open one hour prior to sale. Realtors call auctioneer for co-broke requirements. Auctioneer: James F. Nelson Owner: Veterans of Foreign Wars, Mohawk Post 2040



Attention computer users. Connect Your Community, conveniently located at 509 Main Street, right next to the railroad tracks, is now having an advanced computer class. Instructors will be teaching a free class on Excel, Power Point, Google Docs, Photo Editing, and Ebay. The advanced class will run Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, October 3rd, 4th, and 5th from 1 – 4 p.m. each day. To reserve a spot in the class, call 575-4487. Seasonal Flu Vaccines. Seasonal Flu Vaccines will be given at the clinics at the county fair in the small commercial building on Wednesday, Oct. 5 from 9:30 – 11:30 a.m. and 1:30 – 3:30 p.m. The cost is $25 for adults 18 and over. The vaccine is covered by Medicare Part B and most secondary insurance. One-Way Traffic at Fairgrounds. As in past years during the county fair, the city will return Kenilworth Avenue, between 7th and 8th Streets, to one-way traffic beginning Monday, Sept. 26 through Thursday, Oct. 6. Traffic may only travel east on Kenilworth between 7th and 8th during that time period. “NO PARKING” signs will be erected to prohibit parking on that section of Kenilworth during the actual fair dates Sept. 30 – Oct. 6. This no-parking ban is to ease the flow of traffic of the big trucks hauling tractors, entertainment crews, etc., as they negotiate Kenilworth Avenue and make the turn into the 8th Street gate at the fairgrounds. Traffic going north on 7th Street from Bank Street or Otsego Avenue will not be allowed to go through to the main Fair entrance. Traffic will be detoured west on Ash Street during the week of the fair.

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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 October 22 is Grassahol Bluegrass Band.

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Meet the Candidate Night. Meet the Candidate Night will be Tuesday, Oct. 11 at Warsaw Elementary School. Light refreshments will be from 6:30 – 7 p.m. The opening will be from 7 – 7:15 p.m. Candidate time will be from 7:15 – 8:45 p.m. and an open forum will be from 8:45 – 9:30 p.m. It will be hosted by the Warsaw Business Association. 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. Woodcarver Display. The Coshocton County Woodcarver’s Group will be displaying their relief carvings at the West Lafayette Library during the month of September. Their carvings can be viewed during normal operation hours. The library is located at 601 East Main Street, West Lafayette. Flu Clinics. The Coshocton City Health Department will have flu clinics every Tuesday and Thursday afternoons from 1 – 3 p.m. now through Oct. 27. For those who have traditional Medicare, Aetna HMO, Humana HMO, traditional Medicaid, Care Source, or Molina, there is no cost. For all others, the cost is $20.


Hog Roast. There will be a hog roast benefit for Dave ‘Skinner’ Adkins on Sunday, Oct. 16 at the West Lafayette Eat Stand at Burt Park located at 311 Oak Street. Dave lost his battle with lung cancer last August and all proceeds from the benefit will go to help the family’s medical expenses. Food will be served from 1 – 3 p.m. and includes hog or coney, sloppy joe or hot dog, baked beans, macaroni salad or cole slaw, dessert, and drinks. Pop will be sold. The cost for food is $7 for adults and $5 for age 12 and under. There will be a corn hole tournament at 2 p.m. The cost is $10 per team. There will also be an auction at 3:30 p.m. and music after the auction.

Church Events

Rockin’ Wednesdays. Roscoe United Methodist Church will be having a Rockin’ Wednesdays: Building Rock Solid Faith, every Wednesday. Supper will be served at 5:15 p.m. and donations are accepted. There will be fun and exciting programming for all ages preschool through adults from 6 – 7 p.m. with adult chancel choir rehearsal from 7 – 8 p.m. Adults will be studying the book of Job. Anyone who can’t make it to the 6 p.m. study on Wednesday can come to the 9:30 a.m. study on Wednesday.


Family nights. Family nights at the Chili Crossroads Bible Church are even better as AWANA clubs are now 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 from 6:30 – 8 p.m. Chili Crossroads Bible Church, 29445 County Road 10, Fresno, OH 43824. 740-545-9707 The Chili Crossroads Bible Church is located 8.3 miles north of Canal Lewisville on County Road 10.

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Steak Dinner. The Emmanuel Lutheran Church Relay for Life Team will be sponsoring a steak dinner on Saturday, Oct. 15 from 5 – 8 p.m. in the church fellowship hall at 1500 Pleasant Valley Drive. Menu will include potatoes, salad, dessert and beverage. Tickets are $10 and are available through Oct. 4 from relay members or by calling Missy at 623-8365. Dinner is eat-in or carry-out.

Community Calendar

35th Class Reunion. The River View Class of 1976 will be having their 35th class reunion on Oct. 14 and 15. The activities begin at the homecoming game at River View High School at 7:30 p.m. Please bring a potluck dish to share and meet at the banner posted behind the bleachers. There will be a reserved section in the bleachers for the class of 1976 after the meet and greet at the game. There will also be wine tasting and socializing at Shawnee Springs Winery until 10:30 p.m. On Saturday, Oct. 15, there will be a buffet-style dinner at Roberta’s Catering at 6:30 p.m. Cost is $20. Dancing will follow until 11 p.m. RSVP to Becky Eick at 502-0992, Bonnie Billman at 704-9013 or Debbie Dickson at 294-9006 by Sept. 23.

Clubs and Organizations

Pancake Day. The Warsaw Lions Pancake Day will be Saturday, Oct. 8 from 7 a.m. – Noon at the Warsaw Fire Department. Please give a $5 donation for anyone 8 years old and over and a $3 for children 8 and under. There will be a bake sale sponsored by the Warsaw United Methodist Church.


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College Fair. All students and parents are invited to Coshocton College Fair Night on Monday, Oct. 10 from 6:30 – 8 p.m. located at the Coshocton County Career Center. Visit with admissions and recruitment personnel from over 50 colleges, universities, technical schools, trade schools and branches of the military to ask questions and gather information. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. to students and parents. Fair ends at 8 p.m. Admission is free.

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Bus to pick up kids for church events. The Chili Crossroads Bible Church is using its new 33-passenger bus to pick up kids in Baltic every Wednesday night. The bus stops in the Baltic park at 6 p.m. and returns at 8:20 p.m. Children are brought to the church for exciting AWANA games and fun learning about God. Have a blast every Wednesday night from 6:30 – 8 p.m. at the Chili Crossroads Bible Church. The church is located at 29445 County Road 10 Fresno, OH 43824. Their Web site is Call to sign up your child at 545-9707.

Tailgate Party. The Coshocton High School Cheerleaders will host their 4th annual Tailgate Party on Friday, Sept. 30. The tailgate party will be before the New Philadelphia game from 5 – 7 p.m. in the parking lot at Stewart Field. Hamburgers, hot dogs, pasta salad, chips, cookie and drink will be available. Tickets are $5 and are available for presale. Tickets remaining will be sold at the door.

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Clothing Room. There is a clothing room and food pantry open every Thursday from 9 – 11 a.m. at the Church of Christ located at 1800 Chestnut St in Coshocton.

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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.

VFW Auxiliary Meeting. The VFW Auxiliary 1330 meets the first Monday of each month at the post located at 614 Walnut Street at 9 a.m.

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Trip to Joplin. The Mission’s Team from New Beginnings Ministry in Warsaw is making another trip to the tornado stricken town of Joplin, Missouri from Oct. 23 - 28. The Joplin residences are in need of good clean furniture, new towels, blankets and pillows. Gift cards would also be a blessing to their recovery. They can be dropped off at Performance Auto, located at 334 S. 2nd Street Coshocton (near both auto parts stores), between the hours of 11 a.m. - 5 p.m., or at New Beginnings Church located at 305 E. Church Street in Warsaw. This would make a great project for Sunday school classes or many other community organizations. Please help us extend a hand up to the town of Joplin. For more information, call Nancy at 824-4331.


Public Record

22 Coshocton Common Pleas Court – Divorces/Dissolutions Dissolutions: Dora E. Mitchell of Coshocton from Shane M. Mitchell of Coshocton Divorce: Kimberly R. Wright of Coshocton from Jerry Wright of Coshocton Linda S. Holmes of Coshocton from Scott A. Holmes of Lebanon, OH Marriages: Casey Curtis Davis of Coshocton to Kayla Elizabeth Gergley of Coshocton Darin Lee Hains of Coshocton to Megan Elizabeth Conkle of Coshocton Olen A. Mast of Millersburg to Elsie E. Raber of Fresno Lonnie Allen Dreher of Coshocton to Chasity Michelle Reigle of Coshocton Norman D. Troyer of Sugarcreek to Gayle Elaine Shetler classified hotline 622-4ads

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Public Record of Fresno Scott Allen Ickes of Coshocton to Lisa Marie Parrish of Coshocton

Land Transfers: 9/15 Sheriff Timothy L. Rogers to Nellie Rental Properties, LLC; $45,000 Robert D. Norris and S. Elaine Bailey by Timothy L. Rogers, Sheriff, to American General Financial Services, Inc.; $60,000 9/16 Doris L. Fitch to Lloyd L. Ford; $63,500 Kenneth W. DeWitt and Barbara E. DeWitt; Maxine F. McCammon and John McCammon to James M. Childress and Janet M. Childress; $9,000 Darell M. and G. Jeanne Kilpatrick to Kyle D. and Keashia L. Opphile; $59,900 Donna M. Kleist, Trustee, to Christian D. Stanton and Donna E. Stanton; $418,600 9/19 James L. Kaser to Matthew J. Rohr and Wayne H. Raber; $30,193.58 Robin L. Swoveland to Vincent E. Fry and Candy Sue Fry; $4,800 9/20 Gregory M. Cox Jr. and Heather R. Cox and Gregory M. Cox Sr. and Cheryl A. Cox to Lyndsie J. Eizensmits, Vicki L. Giffin, Bert B. Eizensmits, and Carol M. Giffin; $77,000 Gary Edward Foster and Marcena Mae Foster to James

A. Foster and Devorah K. Foster; $117,500 Double P Investments Family Limited Partnership to Philip E. Maddux and Fara Elizabeth Maddux; $72,400 Daniel Aron to John J. Lucille J. Aron; $4,815 Patricia A. Perkins to David R. and Lisa A. Cecil; $21,000 9/21 Ohio Heritage Bank to Minnie M. Bridges; $65,000 Norma Jane Mercer to Todd L. Luburgh and Marie L. Luburgh; $40,667 9/22 Daniel A. and Mary L. Keaton to Marci N. Falappi; $113,000 Rodger B. King to Marc G. Marie; $27,748 Aden A. Yoder and Susan M. Yoder to Ervin A. Wengerd and Rachel J. Wengerd; $150,000 Land Transfers Exempt from Conveyance Fees 9/20 Denisa A. Guinther to Michael E. Guinther 9/21 Denisa A. Guinther to Michael E. Guinther Jo Ellen Knisely Estate to Kathy Cutshall Michael E. Guinther to Denisa A. Guinther 9/22 Janice Carleen and Charles V. O’Bryon to Janice Carleen and Charles V. O’Bryon Lisa K. Booth, Trustee, The Etter Keystone Inheritance Trust, to Earl R. Etter and Sandra J. Etter Earl R. Etter and Sandra J. Etter to Sandra J. Etter

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Bryan and Doug Marmie were among several members of the Coshocton Rotary Club that volunteered their time and talent to help landscape a new Habitat for Humanity home on South Eleventh Street in Coshocton. Rotary members worked on Thursday and Saturday. BEACoN PHo-

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Members of the Coshocton Rotary Club provided time, talent and tools to landscape a newly occupied Habitat for Humanity home located on South Eleventh Street in Coshocton last week. The club provided the landscaping materials and the labor to place shrubs, flowers, mulch and more at the home of Dwight and Ann Jenkins. Volunteers from the club met on Thursday and Saturday to work.

Homeowner Ann Jenkins said about the landscaping, “It means the world to us. There is no way we could have done this and we just appreciate it so much.” One member of the club provided day lilies and Jenkins said, “I love day lilies. I brought one from another place and planted it and when I heard that they had day lilies it made my day. I love day lilies. Thank you to Rotary for doing this.”

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CLASSIFIED ADS NOTICE 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 740-622-8889 SERVICES OFFERED HANDYMAN, I’ll do all different kinds of handyman work. Also roofing, exterior painting, siding, roof coating, gutter cleaning, yard work, hauling of all different kinds of scrap metals, brush, cleaning out barns and garages and other things. Call 740-575-4571

Kitchen and Bath MISC ITEMS Renovations. Insurance jobs welcome. For Sale. Cedar Kitchen En-Coun- chest, bar stool and ters. 740-294-9636 two tables, phone 740-829-2107. FIREWOOD MUSICAL Seasoned Firewood INSTRUMENTS Cherry-Walnut-Oak and other woods. Cut/ Yamaha electronic Split/Delivered $75 piano, brilliant instrueach load. (Will cut ment voices in full to size and length). scale, 88 weighted Great Gift Idea! or keys. $695.00 Phone Build-up supply for 740-622-0658 next year! 740-5023657 740-294-0727 WANTED GARAGE SALE BUYING: Black 217 5th St., Warsaw. walnut every SaturSaturday, October day from Sept. 17th 1st, 10-5. Furniture, through November household items, abs 5th. We pay cash chair, printer/copier/ $11.00 CWT after fax/phone machine, hulling. Call 740holiday decor, bar 824-4046 leave messtools, men’s cloth- sage. ing, tanning bed, tons of misc. Buying: Boy Scout patches and memoHABITAT RESTORE rabilia one patch or wants your applianc- entire collections. es, large household Call 740-623-0793 items, and building leave message or supplies. Donations email scoutpatchocan be dropped off at 1301 Walnut Street on Thursdays, Fri- WANTED: Junk vedays & Saturdays hicles, scrap metal, 9-4 or we pick up! appliances, batteries Call Jason at 740- and junk mowers. 202-2002. Donations Also one time clean are tax deductible. up and removal of rubbish. 740-5455025

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CAMPERS 1965 vintage (collectible) Shasta camping trailer. 16ft., fairly good condition. Selling at consignment auction; Agents Realty on October 7th; 5:30 PM. Preview week before. Questions 740-622-8610.

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