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almost Ready! Advisors and members of the Future Leaders 4-H club were among many area clubs and organizations preparing for the 159th Coshocton County Fair this past weekend. The fair begins Friday, Oct. 1 and runs through Thursday, Oct. 7. Front from L to R; Conley Weber, Caitlyn Williamson, Brieanne Hagans and Trisha Webb. Back, L to R; Doris Parkhill, Mildred Hagans, Andrew Haines, Jaiylinn Williamson, Kelsie Williamson, Rick Haines and Janet Aronhalt. You can find all the information you need in the Fair Program, included as a special insert in this issue of The Beacon. BeACOn PHOTO By MARK FORTune

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CotC Vice president for Business and Finance named a CFo of the year

David Brillhart, vice president for business and finance at Central Ohio Technical College (COTC) and senior fiscal officer at The Ohio State University at Newark, has been named a chief financial officer (CFO) of the year by Columbus Business First. Brillhart was honored in the nonprofit, public funding source category. Amidst dwindling state and federal support, COTC is thriving due in part to Brillhart’s leadership, noted COTC President Bonnie L. Coe, Ph.D. “Under his guidance, the college has not only invested in technology, facilities and programs, but is tracking to have adequate reserves and eliminate all debt by 2012. This is an incredible achievement considering the major initiatives undertaken recently, including establishing three full-service extended campuses and adapting to an enrollment that has nearly tripled in FTE in 10 years,” wrote Coe in nominating Brillhart. It is COTC’s vision to improve both qualitatively and quantitatively, and while double-digit enrollment growth at the college has supported that vision, fiscal viability remains critical to sustaining success. In his dual role as vice president for business and finance for COTC and director of business and finance for COTC’s co-located partner, Ohio State Newark, Brillhart has distinguished himself for leadership, integrity, and his commitment to the collaborative spirit. Under Brillhart’s

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guidance, efficiency of operations between COTC and Ohio State Newark has become recognized as a model statewide. At the request of Ohio Board of Regents Chancellor Eric Fingerhut, Brillhart recently presented an efficiency report to a committee studying best practices of efficiency in higher education. “It is nearly impossible to attain individual achievement in higher education administration,” said Brillhart of his award. “Only a great place and a great group of people working together make this kind of recognition possible. We have accomplished a lot, and I’m thrilled to have been part of it.” Brillhart, a lifelong resident of Coshocton, has been affiliated with COTC since 1996. He holds a Master of Science in Management and a Bachelor of Arts in Accounting from Mount Vernon Nazarene University. Central Ohio Technical College is a fully accredited two-year college dedicated to providing high quality, accessible programs of technical education in response to current and emerging employment needs. COTC operates campus locations in Newark, Coshocton, Knox and Pataskala.

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The Coshocton Community Children’s Choir will have auditions for its 24th season on Oct. 11 – 13 at the Presbyterian Church. Singers for the choir are in grades four through eight with unchanged voices. A prepared song is not used. Concerts for this season will be Dec. 5, 2010 and May 1, 2011 with rehearsals on Tuesdays from 4:30 – 5:30 p.m. and Saturday morning before each concert. Choir members come from Coshocton, Newcomerstown, Ridgewood, River View, Sacred Heart, Coshocton Christian Tabernacle, Pataskala, Indian Valley, and several home schools. For questions or to schedule an audition, call choir manager Lee Bown at 622-3960.

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for State Rep. (94th District); Gary Fisher, Republican for County Commissioner; Sandra K. Corder, Democratic for County Auditor. Contact Tomma Bordenkircher at tommab@ if you need information. Candidates will have information tables and will be happy to talk to the public before and after the forum. Come and be informed before casting your vote. With more than 214,000 members, Ohio Farm Bureau is Ohio’s largest general farm organization, a federation of 87 county Farm Bureaus representing all 88 counties, including Coshocton County Farm Bureau. Members include farmers, food enthusiasts, teachers and anyone who enjoys rural Ohio. BPW was founded in 1919. It is a crossgenerational, nonpartisan membership organization with a mission to achieve equity for all women in the workplace through advocacy, education, and information. Established as the first organization to focus on issues of working women, BPW is historically a leader in grassroots activism, policy influence and advocacy for millions of working women. Membership is open to men and women, employed and unemployed. For membership information contact Liz Herrell at 740-294-0199.


Coshocton Business and Professional Women (BPW) and The Coshocton County Farm Bureau have partnered again to sponsor Meet the Candidates night. The event will be Oct. 14 at the Coshocton County Career Center on Airport Road and will start at 6:30 p.m. WTNS will broadcast the event and the moderator will be Ken Smailes, WTNS News Director. Join us to hear from both candidates for Judge of the Court of Common Pleas: Bob Bachelor, and William Todd Drown. Another race that has been of interest is the race for Representative to Congress for the 18th District. There are three candidates vying for the position; Bob Gibbs, Republican; Zack Space, Democratic; Lindsey Dean Sutton, Constitution. Those attending will have the opportunity to participate in a survey of issues they think are important to Coshocton County in this election as part of the question-answer forum. Representatives have been invited to speak for the other candidates on the ballot. River View Superintendent, Kyle Kanuckle, will speak to the River View School Renewal Levy; Rick Merrell will speak to the Coshocton County OSU Extension Levy. Unopposed candidates will be available for questions before and after the forum. They are Troy Balderson, Republican candidate


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for me – and I am sure Well, it appears that for many of our Beacon the hummingbirds, readers. What’s your like LeBron James favorite memory? The and any remote chance program inside this that the Cleveland week’s edition has some Browns would make neat little historical the NFL playoffs this tidbits gathered from year, are gone. Our Dan Markley’s book on hummingbirds have the history of the county taken flight – how about fair. Of particular yours? Any remaining? amusement to me was How about those maRk FoRtune when the Walhonding Cincinnati Reds? I hope they can knock off the Yankees Rube Band rode the Ferris wheel provided, of course that both teams while playing their music. That’s a can advance to the World Series. I good one for sure. The county fair requires a lot of really want to see that 100 mile an hour plus hurler strike out some of hard work from a lot of folks and that the guys in pinstripes. Speaking of is why we dedicated this issue of The the Reds, isn’t it about time Pete Rose Beacon to the volunteers that make got inducted into the Baseball Hall of the fair “go”. Regardless of whether Fame? Yes, he made some mistakes, they are working in a local school including betting on his own team. food stand, guarding the 4-H youth I can quickly think of a half dozen building, taking tickets, dishing up ice other pro athletes and/or politicians cream or any task among the dozens that have not had to endure the type that need done, these members of our of treatment that Charlie Hustle has. community deserve our thanks. The Coshocton County Fair is Let him in and do baseball some good. The 1975 Cincinnati Reds are simply the signature event that defines still the team in my book. And if you our community, telling the world can name a better World Series than what we’re made of, and the hard work that goes into making a project that year – please tell me. Are you fair ready? Not much come to fruition at fairtime. For some time remains to put the final touches of our smaller youngsters, selling on your booth, display or livestock that livestock project for the first time project. The Beacon will be in the brings a flood of tears to their weary large commercial building – stop by eyes as the reality of the auction hits and say “hello”, watch the slideshow home. For others, it’s the opportunity of photos from the past year and keep to carry on a family tradition and me from falling asleep in my recliner. name, entering the same projects and Better yet, bring me a Coke and some exhibits as their siblings, parents and fries and I may let YOU sit a spell. maybe even grandparents. This IS a real fair – go, enjoy and make some Ha, ha. The Coshocton County Fair memories. always brings back fond memories

Coshocton public library hosts author of Coshocton County Covered Bridges The Coshocton Public Library hosted author Terry E. Miller on Monday, Sept. 20 from 6:45 – 8 p.m. Miller has recently published a book about the covered bridges of Coshocton County and was at the library promoting his book. He also gave a lecture about covered bridges in the United States and China and how the two differ in terms of design. Miller was a professor at Kent State whose main focus was music. His passion for covered bridges began as a young child when his father began shooting pictures of covered bridges in 1952. When his father lost interest, Terry continued his. He began studying covered bridges in his early teenaged years and came to Coshocton for the first time at the age of 21 to sift through the archives and research covered bridges in the county. He wrote his first book in 1975 entitled, “The Covered Bridges in Tuscarawas County”. “It’s been a passion ever since,” said Miller, “Why it’s that way, I don’t know, but it doesn’t matter.” The title of Miller’s lecture was “The Construction and Use of Covered Bridges in North America: Contrasts from Chinese pattern”. He started by giving a brief history of covered bridges and explained a little about his research process. He said that covered bridges in

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the United States are very rare and originally came from Southern Germany, Switzerland and Austria. When they came to the States, the designs for the bridges changed and they were more prominent in the eastern part of the country. Miller then talked about all the different engineering details on a bridge and explained the various trusses that were used in building covered bridges and their origin. He also gave a brief history of all the books written about covered bridges including the very first book written in 1931. Miller explained that covered bridges are becoming almost like an endangered species. One major problem with preserving covered bridges is severe weather and vandalism including arson. He also said that a lot of people are tearing down covered bridges that are still well-maintained and in good condition just to build a new one. Because of this, the bridges are losing their true identity. “They have no spirit,” Miller said, “They have no soul.” Miller closed his presentation by opening up the floor for questions. All proceeds from Miller’s book went to the Coshocton Public Library.

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Morgan says that is why she wrote about her experience. “I am very honest in my book,” she said. “I share my pain completely, in a hope that it will help others who are experiencing pain or grief.” Rev. Jan Coffman and Ruth Edwards, from Grace UMC, were the co-chairs of the event. Coffman says they were pleased with the turnout at the conference. “Ruth had heard Phil Morgan sing a few years ago when she was visiting her brother in Iowa,” said Coffman. “That was a few months after Pam had been injured. Phil shared the couple’s story with the audience and he affirmed that Pam would stand and sing again. Fifteen months after the accident, she did just that. Pam’s story was so inspiring and their music so uplifting, that Ruth said we needed to bring them here to Coshocton and we are certainly glad that we did. This has been a wonderful ecumenical event.” Upcoming events at Grace Church include

Zachary Mills, a 2010 graduate of River View High School, has earned a Trustee Scholarship to attend the University of Mount Union. Mills is the son of Rick and Missy Mills of Coshocton. A member of the swim, cross country and track teams, Mills was also an Eagle Scout, mills National Honor Society Vice President, German Club Vice President. He was also a member of the Roscoe United Methodist Church, Letterman’s Club and math club. Mills participated in a variety of service opportunities and was presented with the Muskingum Valley Educational Center Outstanding Senior of the Year for River View High School. The Trustee Scholarships is awarded to students with an ACT score of at least 27 or SAT-

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their Cross Training programs each Wednesday evening at 5:30 p.m. beginning on October 13. “We start out with a meal at 5:30 and then offer classes for all ages from children through adult,” said Coffman. Contact the church office for more information at (740) 622-1302 or online at Grace United Methodist Church is located at 422 Walnut Street in Coshocton. For more information about Pam and Phil Morgan, visit Pam’s website at www., where you can read more about her book and their programs.

Nearly ninety women attended the Women’s Conference on Saturday, September 25 at Grace United Methodist Church led by Pam Morgan. Pam and her husband, Phil are talented musicians from Kansas City, MO, who began singing gospel music full-time in 1996. In June of 2000, they were in a serious car accident that left Pam completely paralyzed from the chest down. Even though top surgeons said she would never feel or move most of her body again, she has made a miraculous recovery, which the couple attributes to the healing power of God. The program that Pam led for the Women’s Conference was entitled Extreme Makeover… Inside Edition, where she focused on showing women how to look for their beauty and worth from the inside. “As women, we tend to build our self esteem on our appearance,” said Morgan. “I experienced this in my own life. After my accident, I felt I lost everything ‘appearancewise’ Through the process of healing and recovery, I underwent an ‘extreme makeover’ on the inside. I learned that sometimes God has to prune us back, so we can grow, just like a gardener in a vineyard. Through pruning off the pretty leafy parts, the vines can then produce sweet delicious fruit.” The Morgan’s are back on the road touring with their music, performing around 120 concerts annually. Pam recently released an autobiography, entitled I Stand, based on her struggle to recover from her accident. She now also conducts women’s conferences based on the valuable insights from God that she gained through her recovery. “It took me seven years to write my book,” she said. “The lessons I discovered came in intervals. One of the biggest questions or requests I receive now is to talk with someone who is going through a similar situation—to help them feel better somehow. My advice is that we can’t fix someone else’s pain. They need to allow themselves time to do things in their own time and work through all of their emotions.”


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The Coshocton County Ohio State University Extension, Soil & Water Conservation District and Farm Service Agency will again sponsor a Drive-It-Yourself Fall Foliage and Farm Tour. The tour will be Saturday, Oct. 16, 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. and Sunday, Oct. 17, Noon - 5 p.m. in Coshocton County. This year’s tour will highlight the Northwest section of Coshocton County. The tour will continue to focus on some of the history of the area as well as provide the opportunity for participants to view first-hand the workings of various agricultural enterprises along the tour route. The tour will begin with the first stop and map pickup at Walhonding Valley Fire Dept., located just off U.S. Route 36, 9 miles west of Coshocton in Warsaw, OH. Tour maps will be available at this first stop on Saturday between the hours of 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. and Sunday, from

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Noon - 3 p.m. The 2010 Fall Foliage and Farm Tour will have some outstanding stops for all participants, as well as providing an excellent chance to take in the beautiful autumn landscape of Coshocton County. Some features of the 2010 Coshocton County Fall Foliage and Farm Tour are Mohawk Dam, beef farm, dairy farm, a community supported agriculture (CSA) operation and more! The lunch stop will be at the Pilgrim Hills. Tour brochures will not be available until Saturday morning at the fire station and we do ask that if you are planning on going on the tour that you stop there to pick up your brochure and map and to register. The tour is free, but donations are appreciated. If you would like additional information regarding the 2010 Coshocton County Fall Foliage and Farm Tour, contact Tammi Rogers, OSU ExtensionCoshocton County, 724 South 7th Street Room 110, Coshocton, Ohio 43812-2362 Phone: 740.622.2265, Fax: 740.622.2197, Email: or visit

Register to vote deadline soon

The deadline to register to vote is Oct. 4. The Board office will be open 9 a.m. – 9 p.m. on that day. Regular 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.

state support team for Region 12 offers parent Conference

The State Support Team for Region 12 is offering a free Parent Conference on Oct. 16 from 9 a.m. 6 p.m. at Cambridge City Schools main campus. The conference is specially designed to highlight the opportunities and challenges of raising a child with a disability. The conference sessions will be presented by topic experts, including keynote speaker Margaret Burley, Executive Director of the Ohio Coalition for the Education of Children with Disabilities. Free continental breakfast and lunch is included in the conference registration. Stay all day or just register for a few sessions! To register or obtain information, call 740-4556700 or 1-877-778-1274, or visit their Web site at

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The Coshocton C.A.R.E.S. College Access Program will be having a College Fair night for all Coshocton County students, parents and adults seeking degrees. The event will be Monday, Oct. 11 from 6:30 – 8 p.m. 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. Admission is free.

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The Coshocton Soil and Water Conservation District will be having their 68th Annual Meeting and Banquet Thursday, Oct. 21 at 7 p.m. at the Coshocton County Career Center. Tickets for the event are $10 for adults and $ 5 for children 10 and under. The Fresno Methodist Ladies will be serving a Baked Ham Dinner, and tickets may be purchased at the Coshocton SWCD Office located in the County Services Building, 724 S. 7th Street or by calling 622-8087, ext. 4. Deadline for purchasing tickets is Friday, Oct. 15 at 4:30 p.m. The speaker at this year’s banquet will be Bill Huston, Farm Service Agency County Executive Director for Muskingum and Morgan Counties. Huston will share his experiences of a 13 month-long tour as an Agricultural Advisor in Diyala Province, Iraq explaining the challenges and opportunities that confront the Iraqi farmer, farm organizations and Agricultural Ministry. Huston’s presentation will share farming practices observed during his tour and will highlight the cultural differences and similarities that the Iraqi farmer faces compared to their U.S. counterparts. The Ohio Soil and Water Conservation Commission will cause an election of two supervisors of the Coshocton Soil and Water Conservation District to be in accordance with Chapter 1515. 01-14 of the Ohio Revised Code. The candidates are Jim McKinney, Knox Porteus and Greg Waters. Voting will take place prior to the Coshocton SWCD Annual Meeting from 6 7 p.m. All voters must be at least 18 years of age. Coshocton County residents are eligible to vote along with non-residents who own or occupy land in Coshocton County. However, non-residents



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Thursday, Sept. 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.

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. Saturday, Oct. 2, 9, 16, 23, 30: 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. Monday, Oct. 4, 11, 18, 25: Books Galore Book Store; Wednesday, Oct. 6, 13, 20, 27; 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 622-0956 for information. Monday, Oct. 4: Monday Book Talk; Coshocton Public Library; Join us for engaging discussions of classics, bestsellers, and new favorites! This month we will be discussing Mountains Beyond Mountains: The Quest of Dr. Paul Farmer, A Man Who Would Cure the World, by Tracy Kidder. 6:30 – 8 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 5, 12, 19, 26: 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. Tuesday, Oct. 5, 12, 19, 26: Evening Preschool Story Time; Coshocton Public Library; Tuesday Eve-

ning Preschool Story Time occurs 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 at 622-0956. Tuesday, Oct. 5: West Lafayette Branch Adult Book Discussion Group; West Lafayette Adult Book Discussion Group is the first Tuesday of each month at 7:30 - 9 p.m. at the home of Linda Breyer, 513 Plainfield Road, West Lafayette, Ohio. Call the West Lafayette Branch Library at 545-6672 to reserve a copy of the book. October book is “Crimson Rooms” by Katharine McMahon Wednesday, Oct. 6, 13, 20, 27: 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. Enjoy stories, songs, finger plays, seasonal crafts, and fun. One time registration is requested by calling 622-0956. Wednesday, Oct. 6, 13, 20, 27: Plugged and Unplugged; Coshocton Public Library; Teens are invited to the Coshocton Public Library for online and traditional gaming. Board Games, Video Games, Internet Access, Friends, Snacks and Fun! Call 622-0956 to register, or 2:30 – 5 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 6: 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. Book of the Week Adult Fiction The Red Queen by: Phillipa Gregory Adult Non-Fiction The Obama Diaries by: Laura Ingraham Teen The Ghost and the Goth by: Stacey Kade Children’s Book Griff Carver, Hallway Patrol by Jim Kreig

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Bishop Mano Rumalshah, Bishop Emeritus of the Diocese of Peshawar in the Church of Pakistan, will speak at The Coshocton Presbyterian Church on Sunday, Oct. 3, World Communion Sunday. His presentation will focus on peacemaking in Pakistan. Bishop Mano brings a deep commitment to Christian presence and ministry in the territory of Pakistan that borders Afghanistan. Bishop Mano has engaged in ministry in England and in Pakistan. He is experienced in developing interfaith relationships and in cross-cultural communications. Rev. Jonathan Carlisle from the Coshocton Presbyterian Church is looking forward to Bishop Mano’s visit. “He will lead a Sunday School class that morning beginning at 9:15 and then lead the worship service at 10:30,” said Carlisle. Bishop Mano graduated from universities in Punjab, Calcutta, Karachi and Cambridge. He has been an Anglican Deacon, Priest and Bishop since 1994. “He has worked with the British Council of Churches and has served an Anglican church in Southall, Diocese of London,” added Carlisle. “He has also been Priest and college lecturer and later Bishop of Peshawar in Pakistan. He has also served as General Secretary of the United Society for the Propagation of Bishop mano the Gospel, the oldest Mission Agency (since 1701) of the Anglican Communion.” Bishop Mano is part of the International Would you like to save money? A Senior Living Peacemakers program through which individuals Community Learn how you could save who are engaged in peacemaking in their some money and how your own countries are invited by the Presbyterian costs may be tax deductible. Church (U.S.A.) to visit with Presbyterians 255 Brown’s Lane in the United States to help us understand the Coshocton, Ohio 43812 peace and justice concerns of others around 623-4600 • the world. This sharing can also translate into a better understanding of the peace and justice issues in our own communities. “Bishop Mano EALTHIER OU AN E will be in residence throughout our Presbytery,” said Carlisle. “Other International Peacemakers CHIEVED OR ESS - all coordinated by our PC (USA) Peacemaking HAN OU HINK Program - will be visiting other communities across the country.” Are you suffering from Arranged through the Presbyterian • indigestion • headaches Peacemaking Program of the Presbyterian • hot flashes • pain Church (U.S.A.) in Louisville, Kentucky, the • numbness • tingling International Peacemakers Program has been in • high blood pressure • high cholesterol existence since 1988, and is supported by gifts to the Presbyterian Peacemaking Offering. or any other ailment that you want to treat “The Presbyterian Peacemaking Offering safely, effectively, and naturally? supports the efforts of Presbyterians through their congregations, presbyteries, synods, and the General Assembly to work for peace by tearing CLINICAL NUTRITION down walls that divide,” explained Carlisle. “The THERAPY day recommended for congregations to receive to address the nutritional needs of your this offering is World Communion Sunday, body with high-quality, affordable whole when Christians around the world celebrate our foods supplements that are unlike anyunity in Christ. The offering will go: 50% to thing on the market today! Nutritional General Assembly Ministries; 25% is used by reflex testing and 3-week purification/ presbyteries and synods and 25% is retained by weight loss programs are also available. congregations for a local designation. GIVE US A CALL TO ASK IF “Whenever we open our hearts and lives by ANY OF OUR SERVICES COULD BE OF BENEFIT TO YOU! building relationships with one another or by *Most major health insurances can be used for chiropractic care. caring for God’s creation, we celebrate Christ, our peace. We invite guests to join us on October 3 for this special Peacemaking program with Bishop Mano.” Dr. Gerald Arndt • Dr. Bradley Arndt The Coshocton Presbyterian Church is 409 S. Whitewoman St. • Coshocton, Ohio 43812 located at 142 N. Fourth Street in Coshocton. 740.622.4659 For more information, call (740) 622-0486.





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Do you have cattle that graze next to a stream? Do you use the river or stream as the water source for your animals? Would you be October 2nd, 1950 interested in building fence and finding another It was the battle of the undefeated. The Roscoe source for water if funds were available to help Tigers and the West Lafayette Generals were soon to meet on the playing battlefield. The West with the expense? The Coshocton Soil and Lafayette Generals had fought hard these last few Water Conservation District may have a unique games and had tied 6 – 6 with Newcomerstown opportunity for you. and crushed Strasburg and Byesville. But the The Coshocton Soil and Water Conservation roaring Roscoe Tigers weren’t going down without District has partnered with the Division of a fight. Many foes had fallen to Roscoe that Wildlife and the Muskingum Watershed season including Dennison St. Mary, Midvale, and Conservancy District to offer cost share dollars Byesville. Just two days before the big Coshocton for landowners in the Muskingum River County rivalry, these two teams could be seen on watershed. This will include the Walhonding their practice fields pumping up for the big game, and Tuscarawas watersheds and their tributaries. both teams determined to remain undefeated. Any participating landowner will receive 100% It was later reported that the Generals were the cost-share for the installation of conservation reigning undefeated champs. The score was 40 – practices. Eligible conservation practices 13. include fencing, stream crossings, water wells, spring developments, trough, and pipeline with 1960 a maximum of $10,000 per landowner. Fence October 2nd, 1960 must be installed a minimum of 15 feet from the Paving the way! Paving operations on the new five- water’s edge. mile highway between Canal Lewisville and Route Cattle using the stream for water or being in

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93 were to begin that week by the V.N. Holderman Construction Company in Columbus. Robert Abel, project engineer, said that all grade work had been completed and everything was ready to go. Included in this project was a 1,000 foot approach leading from the highway at the intersection of Route 93 and West Lafayette. Once completed, the five-mile section was part of the new Coshocton – Newcomerstown highway. The project was scheduled for completion in September 1961.

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September 30th, 1970 Let’s sew together! Local women from eight area churches had come together for one purpose: to unite women of all churches in projects which would stress sisterhood through community service projects. One project they were currently working on was free sewing classes. The class was open to women of all ages and would be every Tuesday morning and evening through November. Many local women had already expressed high interest in the class and local crafters couldn’t wait to discover new techniques and beginners were eager to learn basic sewing.

the stream to cool off are a source of non-point source pollution. Fencing along streams stops livestock from trampling banks, destroying vegetation, and stirring up sediment in the streambed. When allowed to grow, trees and grass stabilize banks and thus reduce erosion. Fencing is the first step but planning for livestock water is also important. Collecting and conveying water from seeps and wet spots to a stock tank serves two purposes. A clean source of water is available for drinking while drying up those muddy areas. It may be necessary to build fenced stream crossings for livestock movement. Where it is not feasible to fence streambanks due to frequent out-of-bank flow and flooding, there are options such as fencing one side only, installing an electric high tensile wire on thirty foot post spacing, or piping clean water to strategically located stock tanks. Any landowner interested in installing conservation practices with cost share dollars should contact the Coshocton Soil and Water Conservation District at 622-8087, extension 4.

The Coshocton County Career Center’s local American Welding Society student chapter 1980 recently had inductions for its 2010-2011 slate of October 3rd, 1980 officers. Eight new officers pledged to represent What a crowd! Attendance at the Coshocton County Fair was the highest it had been since the club and serve in their respective roles in a 1965. Paid attendance that year was 39,712, special assembly, Friday morning, Sept. 24. The almost 10,000 more than the previous year. The assembly was attended by other students in the attendance figures did not include free passes or Senior Citizen Day when Coshocton County senior program, parents and career center instructors and staff members. citizens were admitted free of charge. Over 2,000 The new officers are as follows: Andrew passes were sold which included six tickets and were sold to members and exhibitors. The new $3 Freetage, Chairman; Brock Baker and Jason gate fee, which was feared to keep many people Lindell, Vice Chairmen; Dave McVay, Secretary; away from the fair, actually had the opposite effect. Chris Trull, Treasurer; Zack Moore, Program Of course, the warm bright sunshine helped matters Chairman; Steve Banks, Publicity Chairman and as well. Kyle Short, Membership Chairman. American Welding Society (AWS) is an All information was obtained from microfilm of the Coshocton Tribune at the Coshocton County Library. international association of students, instructors

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(Dick) Meek attended the social get together at Thomas’ Steakhouse. Door prizes were won by Bill Owens, Dave Brown, Paul Rea, Sandy Jenkins, and Kenny Perry. The twelfth annual outing will be Aug. 18, 2011 as part of the Coshocton High School Class of 1951 60th Reunion. Joan McNeely will again assist Harry (Dick) Meek with the event. Several persons in Coshocton County have made inquires about a Crohn’s and Colitis Support Group. Anyone interested should contact Tony Murphy in Zanesville at (740) 453-4745. Also, inquires may be made to the Central Ohio Chapter for Crohn’s and Colitis at 1-800-6255977 and If you would like to make a donation for Crohn’s and Colitis research, make your check payable to Nationwide Children’s Hospital: C&C Research and forward to Harry (Dick) Meek, 1297 Doten Ave, Columbus, Ohio 43212.

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Winners of the 11th annual Coshocton Golf Scramble to benefit Crohn’s and Colitis research at River Greens were Ed Tompkins, Richard Goss, Jim Kreis and Gary Thomas. They shot 10 under par. The team of Al Mueller, Bob Marshall, Alan Boster and Curt Boster finished second at 7 under par. The third spot went to Brad Haynes, Patrick Moran, Ron Glosser and Ken Ramage. A total of $110,839.71 has been raised from golf outings, yard sales, donations, car shows and band jams. In addition to the golfers and social participants, fifty local businesses provided gift certificates and in-kind support. Also, forty individuals provided financial donations. Eighteen prizes were awarded for long drives, long putts and closest to the pin. Jean Ronshausen, Bonnie Turner, Jim Kreis and Ken Ramage each won two prizes. Kenny Perry won the annual Blooper Golf Award for picking up two bee stings on the first hole. Four previous Blooper Golf Award winners, Joan McNeely, Dave Brown, Edie Adams and Harry



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“i saw you at the pole” Area youth gathered to celebrate at the Courtsquare last Wednesday to conclude a day that began “At the Pole”, where area youth met around the flagpole of their respective school to celebrate their freedom to pray for one another, friends, community and country. Here, four area teens were enjoying chatting and listening to music provided by area band, “Saving Sunday”. L to R are; natosha Woods, natasha Perone, Melissa McVay and Karah Lain. PHOTO By MARK FORTune

the church. I think we have failed them in the past few years. One of the things that we’re trying to do with this generation is to not just give them a place to connect, but teach them how to do something. To not just talk about change, but to be agents of that change, to be involved in the community. One of the things we talk about a lot with other youth leaders is getting outside the four walls of the church. That’s just a meeting place, that’s not the church. The church is out on the street, doing things, getting to know people, loving and caring for them. When they find that as their identity, and that becomes their purpose, they really respond well to it”.

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Several area church youth leaders and groups combined their efforts on Wednesday evening, Sept. 22 to conclude a day of activities that started with, “See You at the Pole” events held at area high schools in the morning. The event included a large inflatable, popcorn, volleyball, corn hole, cotton candy, games and live music provided by local band, “Saving Sunday” from New Bethel Ministries. Coshocton Church of the Nazarene youth pastor Brian Daniels inspired the youth to do more to spread God’s word among their friends in the community. “The Homecoming” from Canton was the featured band for the event. Daniels said, “This day is to celebrate the Well maintained 2 Story Brick Professional Building. This building has over 3,400 Sq. Ft. of space on the top two floors and over 1600 Sq. Ft. of finished space in the lower level. The 3rd floor offers either storage or additional living space. Beautiful Oak Woodwork throughout including an Open Staircase to the 2nd Floor. Breathtaking Stained Glass Windows and a Large Wrap-Around Porch ad to the character of this fine building. Bath and a half, Central Air, Kitchenette & Laundry on second floor. Two car detached garage & large parking lot in back of property for off street parking. Terms: $3,000 down payment day of auction, balance due at closing within 30 days of sale. Possession at closing. Any inspections must be completed prior to the bidding. Contract to contain no contingencies. The seller has the right to confirm the final bid but is motivated to sell. Call our office to set an appointment to view this property prior to the auction. BE PREPARED TO BUY! OWNER CHARLES M. LENZO

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freedom that a kid has to pray for their community, their school and their country. But it is also a celebration of our community. We have several churches represented here and it is breaking down some of those barriers. Getting the kids together and coming together for a common purpose – to show some love to the community. A lot of times people may shy away from our teen meetings, but this evening is for everyone”. Daniels commented that, “I think a lot of teens are disappointed in


and staff mix at annual Career Center activity day

Juniors who have recently begun their career-technical training at the Coshocton County Career Center took an afternoon to join forces with the seniors in their respective programs to compete at the school’s annual fall mixer, Friday, Sept. 17. Each year, the school has an activity day the last three periods of the day so that students and staff can relax and have a little informal fun on campus. This year’s outdoor games included a basketball shoot, a football toss, a softball throw, a bean bag toss, lawn golf, horseshoes and Frisbee bowling. Additionally, each program competed in the annual tug-of-war contest. The organized games were sponsored by the school’s Student Council organization and staffed by career center instructors and administrators. “It’s always a lot of fun,” said Karen Overholt, Career Center instructor and Student Council advisor. “We like to encourage our students, especially the juniors, to sign up for as many games as possible. It’s the best way for our students to get to know one another and interact in BasketBall toss Career center students watch as natural Resources sean informal way with nior Logan Banks attempts to shoot a free throw in the Basketball Toss challenge at the school’s fall mixer, Friday, Sept. 17. The event is designed to enable career our staff.” Stunning Northern center students and staff a chance to build rapport and have fun in an informal setting. PHOTO COnTRIBuTeD Coshocton Views

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Thursday, Oct. 14 • 5:30pm 140 Acres * Clark & Monroe Twps. * Coshocton Co. * Riverview Schools * Wooded & Open Acreage* Stunning Views of the Blissfield Area * Exc. Recreation * Gas & Oil Income * Free Gas (Per Terms of Lease)*

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Location: Kaufman auction House, 3149 SR 39 at The Holmes county expo center. Directions: 3.3 miles east of Berlin or 0.5 mile west of Walnut creek, ohio in Holmes county. From I -77 take SR 39 west approximately 12 miles to auction House

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Ever dreamed of the ideal location for a country cabin or homesite, this property affords some of the most magnificent views that we have sold this year. Perched on a ridge overlooking the Blissfield area the property consists of wooded and open acreage ideal for recreation, cabin and permanent homesites. The acreage is rolling with several nice hilltops, wooded draws and secluded cabin sites. The open acreage consists of tillable, hay, and pastures ground. The property also includes a good 32’x60’ pole barn, and a portion of an older home. The acreage will be offered in 5 parcels. For maps, brochures, and parcel information visit www. or call our office. Terms: 10% nonrefundable down payment, balance at closing, no financing contingencies. Any required inspections must be completed prior to bidding. Acreage amounts, frontage markers are approximate and subject to final survey. Property will be sold in parcels and combination and will sell whichever way grosses the most. Please note Gas & Oil Income as well as the Free Gas is subject to term of the lease. Legal: Parcels are in Clark & Monroe Twps. of Coshocton County and the Riverview School District. Parcel #’s 0050000005700; 0050000025300; 0050000023900; 0260000046604; 0260000066001 and the current per half taxes are: $1,161.53 based on CAUV, they will be prorated to time of closing. Any recoupment will be the responsibility of the buyer. Buyers to pay $500.00/parcel in surveying costs Please note auction start time Sale by the order of: C. Miller

Dining Tables: dbl pedestal brown maple & oak; 3 oak 42x60 tables; good selection of round & oval w/leaves; several table & chair sets Chairs: several unfinished including: cherry bar stools, cherry Windsor; finished chairs: complete sets of 4 & 6 matching colors; 8 unfinished ash Windsor; 4 black rub thru; Hutches: cherry canted hutch; oak hutches; 4 door cherry mission hutch; 4 door off set oak hutch; qtr. sawn oak hutch; qtr. sawn oak corner hutch Bedroom: rustic cherry mule chest; white youth bed & night stand; oak lingerie chest; cherry night stands; cherry 64” dresser w/mirror oak armoire Curios: br. maple, almond painted, cherry Misc Items: 10 rack gun cabinets; media stands various sizes & colors including 48” br. maple w/hutch top; 64” oak w/hutch top; end & coffee tables, oak & misc. painted; maple armoire TV cabinet; off set bookcase; computer desks; corner bookcase; tile top island; rustic cherry youth desk; br. maple island; hickory love seat rocker; quilt racks; hall tree; pictures; various small items Note: check for lots of pictures after Sept. 27

KAUFMAN REALTY, INC. (888)852-4111 Kenny MILLeR, ReaLToR/aucTIon ManageR (330) 204-4453 DeRRIcK KanDeL, aucTIoneeR (330) 231-4524 RoBeRT MILLeR auction ID 902

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Monday, Oct. 18 • 6:00pm 30 Wooded Acres* 1 Parcel * Between Newcomerstown and West Lafayette * Oxford Twp * Coshocton County * Riverview Schools * Recreational and Hunting Land * Being big enough to offer good hunting and small enough to be affordable makes this tract worth inspecting. Has plenty of frontage on TR 256. All wooded with nice pine grove on east end and also offers good cover for all types of wildlife. Surrounding land is a good mix of cropland and wooded area. Oil & gas rights do not transfer (current owner does not own them). Sells to the highest bidder at 6:00 PM. Call Jr Miller for map, brochure or more details. Immediate hunting rights with down payment. Legal: Parcel #’s 0300000004602 and 0290000023000 located in Oxford Twp of Coshocton County and the Riverview Schools. Taxes are $534.29 per ½ yr Terms: 10% nonrefundable down payment, balance at closing, no financing contingencies. Any required inspections must be completed prior to bidding. Purchasers should inspect the property prior to bidding and be aware of its condition. Properties are sold strictly “AS IS”. Announcements day of sale take precedence over all previous advertising and statements. Sale by the Order of: The Schlabachs


Location: CR 33 Warsaw, Ohio. From Millersburg, take US 62 southwest past killbuck to SR 60, continue south approximately 5 miles to CR 49, west one mile to CR 33 and continue to Auction. Property fronts on CR 33 and CR 319.

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Absolute Starner Land Auction Layland/Spring Mountain Area Location: From Millersburg Ohio take uS 62 west approx 6 miles to SR 60 (Killbuck), go south on 60 approx 4 miles to CR 19 (in Layland) proceed west on CR 19 2.5 miles to TR 330, then south on TR 330 one mile to location. Signs posted.

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94.4 Acres * 4 parcels * Open & Wooded Land * Monroe Twp * Coshocton County * Riverview Schools * Excellent Hunting * Stone Quarry Income

Location: From Coshocton Ohio take CR 16 approx 1 mile to Morgan Run Rd (TR 164), go south on Morgan Rd. 1 mile to TR 484 east to auction. Signs posted.

Wednesday, Oct. 20 • 6pm 116 Acres om 1 Parcel * Lafayette Twp * Coshocton County * Ridgewood Schools * Open & Wooded * 2 Small Ponds * Superb Wildlife Area * Here’s a tract of land with an excellent balance of wooded, pasture and cropland. Currently has approx 50 wooded acres, 10-15 acres in hay, and the balance in pasture with good fence around perimeter. If you want to feed livestock or wildlife this farm makes it easy to do both. Good grass and water supply allows you to keep cattle with minimal daily input. Graze cattle and make hay in the summer and hunt in the winter months. All mineral rights transfer. Land is under gas/oil lease with minimal royalties from 1 well. Will be offered at 6:00 PM. Call for map and brochure. Call Jr Miller for more info. Legal: Parcel #0180000022600 located in Lafayette Twp of Coshocton County and Ridgewood Schools. Taxes are $445.00 per ½ yr Terms: 10% nonrefundable down payment, balance at closing, no financing contingencies. Any required inspections must be completed prior to bidding. Purchasers should inspect the property prior to bidding and be aware of its condition. Properties are sold strictly “AS IS”. Announcements day of sale take precedence over all previous advertising and statements. Sale by the Order of: The Masts

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Just 15 minutes from Millersburg this 94 acre farm offers exceedingly good hunting as well as a nice monthly income for the existing leased stone quarry. This acreage is 60-70% wooded and has great building/ cabins sites as well. Plenty of frontage on TR 330 and 329. There is 1 oil & gas well on property with a small royalty income. Immediate hunting rights. Parcel 1: 37 acres, open and wooded. Has 1200’ + frontage on TR 330. Perfect retreat or home site. Parcel 2: 31.8 acres with stone quarry. Open and wooded. Has 2400’ + frontage on TR 330 & TR 329 Parcel 3: 20.1 acres. All wooded with 1236’ frontage on TR 330 Parcel 4: 5.4 acres. All wooded with 1236’ frontage on TR 330 This area is known for its excellent wildlife habitat and this acreage is no exception! Will be offered separate and combined, sells whichever way nets most for the sellers. Sells to the highest bidder at 6:00pm. Call Jr Miller for more info. Call for map and brochure Legal: Parcels #’s are 0260000019300, 0260000019400, and 02600000195 located in Monroe Twp of Coshocton County and the Riverview School District. Taxes are $181.00 per ½ yr Terms: 10% nonrefundable down payment, balance at closing, no financing contingencies. Any required inspections must be completed prior to bidding. Purchasers should inspect the property prior to bidding and be aware of its condition. Properties are sold strictly “AS IS”. Announcements day of sale take precedence over all previous advertising and statements. Sale by the order of: Randy Starner, Lorry Starner, Joy Siefer, John E. Starner Jr.

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Several students in each of three employability classes at the Coshocton County Career Center were provided the opportunity to experience teamwork in a very unusual challenge. Part of a special workshop focused on leadership and teamwork, the students were tasked with untangling themselves from a human chain. The exercise was part of a youth lesson regularly given by Salvation Army Youth Pastor Brennen Hinzman who runs the teen program at the Coshocton chapter building. Called The Maxx, Hinzman has been leading the group’s activities for three years now, after moving here from outside of New York City. He says the fact that he’s moved here from such a large city makes him somewhat of a novelty to his group’s members, though he is originally from the Canton area. The program he delivered at the career center was focused on characteristics of good leadership and how teamwork among subordinates and their leaders plays in instrumental role in an organization’s overall success. To illustrate many of the concepts discussed, Hinzman had the high school juniors and seniors form a human chain and then had them work together to unravel themselves. Students had to work together and it was interesting to observe who took leadership in providing the team recommendations and instruction. “I enjoyed delivering the program to the students here at the career center because they really seemed interested and took to heart what we discussed,” Hinzman said. Hinzman also encouraged the youth to apply those leadership skills by growing and sharing them though volunteer work in their local community.





Deb Bigelow from the Coshocton Soil and Conservation District was at Sacred Heart School on Monday, Sept. 20 to talk to the fifth graders about the 5th grade poster contest entitled “Soil, It All Starts Here”. The winning posters from each 5th grade classroom in the county will be displayed at the Coshocton County Fair (Oct. 1 - 7). The fair-going public will cast their vote for the poster of their choice. The top 3 posters will receive monetary prizes. Pictured are Bruce Collins and Mattison Harrison listening to Mrs. Bigelow’s presentation. PHOTO COnTRIB-


Logan Banks attemptStudents in an employability class at the Coshocton County Career Center attempt to untangle themselves from a human chain in order to practice good teamwork. The exercise was part of an instructional program delivered by Brennen Hinzman of the Salvation Army of Coshocton. PHOTO COn-



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Three Rivers Bluegrass Music, located at the intersection of State Rt. 36 and State Rt. 621 is moving shows to Agents Realty Bld. in October, more room and seating available. Agents Realty and Auction Services building is 1 miles East of Coshocton. Bluegrass Music with admission is $5 a person (Children 12 and under no charge) on the 4th Saturday of each month. Food and non-alcoholic drinks will be available starting at 5:00 p.m. furnished by Three Rivers Fire Department or Relay for Life teams. Featured band performing each month from 7:00 - 9:00 p.m. Acoustic jam will follow from 9:00 -11:00 p.m. Oct. 23rd feature Band is Northern Traditions, at Agents Realty building. For all info: call Duane or Clenda Hardesty 740-498-8456


Hope Clinic Benefit will be October 9th from 11:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. with a hog roast, live entertainment, raffles, 50/50 drawing, wine and cheese tasting with dinner starting at 3:00 p.m. at Shawnee Springs Winery, located at 20093 CR 6, Coshocton. . Price will be by donation. Come meet Med Flight that will land and give you an up-close look at what they do. Proceeds to benefit the Hope Clinic of Coshocton. Call 740-623-0744 for more information. Ladies Night Out. Team CCMH Relay for Life will have Ladies Night Out on October 21, 2010 from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. in the Cafeteria & meeting rooms. Admission is $1.00. There will be fun, shopping, 50/50 drawings, purses, Avon, candles, scrapbooking, cutlery, massages, unique jewelry, card stamping, Arbond, crafts, home products, Pampered Chef, Paws for a Cause, spirit roses & more. Ladies

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Revival Time. Trinity Baptist Church located at 590 Martin Luther King Drive in Newcomerstown will hold a Revival on September 29, 30 and October 1 at 7:00 p.m. nightly with Pastor Landarecce Brown, Revivalist Pastor of Columbus Believer’s Church in Columbus. Pastor Landareece Brown is a great woman of God, she has a word for God’s people for such as time as this. r more information, call the church at (740) 824-3228.

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 331 Walnut St 514 S. 7th Street 515 locuSt Street 641 WilSon 507 n. 9th Street List your

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FURNITURE, GLASSWARE, TOOLS, GUNS, TRACTOR, SIGNS, COKE TRAYS FURNITURE: Two wooden glider rockers, oak kitchen table, Sm. Cherry trunk, kitchen table two chairs, wing back chair, chairs, couch, oak wash stand, coffee tables, oak book case, wicker chair, swivel rocker, oak book case, rocking chair, table & 5 chairs, hutch, buffet, desk, dressers, bed, tables, night stand, knee hole desk & chair, beds, TV’S, lamps, recliner, patio set, two washers & dryers and more. GLASSWARE POTTERY: hull, RRP, candle wick plates, Fenton, hoopers dairy, conners dairy, crocks and more. HARMONICAS & GUITAR: to include Capitol Band, Golden Melody, Silver Tone, Olympia, Folk Master, Blues Band, Hero, left handed Yamaha acoustic guitar. GUNS: Winchester model 90 22 short pump, H&R model 999 22, Storm Ruger 22, Ithaca model 37 16 Ga. Feather weight, Ithaca Model 37 20 Ga. Feather weight, Savage 410/22 over under, Mossberg 151M 22, Parker 12 Ga. Double barrel, 5 gun cabinet, Sm. Gun cabinet, Misc. gun items. MOTORCYCLE: 2001 Suzuki GZ250 5,017 miles. TOOLS: 24’&10’ alum. ext. ladders, craftsman 18hp 42” riding mower, alum. Loading ramps, hand tools, cross cut saws, and more. FARM EQUIPMENT: John Deere 950 1551 hours, 5’ box blade, 6’ finishing mower, 7’ John Deere blade, 5’ John Deere brush hog, trac vac, log splitter, seeder, portable fuel tank, scales, hand tools. MISC: Safe, Porcelain signs to include Shell, Texaco, ESSO, US Tires, and more, Mohawk fishing reel in box, blue swirl porcelain pan, pens to include Cross, Parker & Shaffer, tin type photos, post cards, glass paper weights, 4 sets snow skis, Ohio State items, marbles, reel to reel, Xmas items, toys, old tins. COKE TRAYS: 6 1939 Coke, 2 1940’s Coke, 1 1930’s NuGrape tray, All made by American Art Works. Floyd Spring Estate: Probate #21010042, Executor: Bob Skelton TERMS: CASH OR GOOD CHECK ALL ITEMS SELL AS IS. AUCTIONEERS NOTE: Will be running two rings, VERY NICE CLEAN AUCTION WITH GOOD QUALITY ITEMS. THIS IS A PARTIAL LIST. STILL UNPACKING GO TO WWW.AUCTIONZIP.COM FOR PHOTOS.

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The Coshocton Christian Tabernacle will present Ballet Magnificat on Oct. 19 and 20 at the River View High School at 7 p.m. Inspired by the true story of Corrie and Betsie ten Boom, the performance follows the struggle of these two sisters as they help their Jewish neighbors and friends find security in a small hiding place built in the wall of their home, only to be discovered and transported to the concentration camp of Ravensbruck to face struggles far exceeding their wildest imagination. This inspirational ballet has traveled three continents and is recognized as the benchmark for professional Christian dance.

Auditions for the ninth season of the Coshocton Youth Chorale have been set for October 18, 19 and 21 at the Presbyterian Church, 142 North Fourth Street in Coshocton. The high school contingent of the Coshocton Community Choir family, the Youth Chorale rehearses Tuesdays from 5:45-7:15 p.m. at The Presbyterian Church, and sings as part of the Community Choir’s Christmas and Spring concerts. Last year’s Chorale included 55 singers from Coshocton and Licking Counties. The group’s finale is held at the end of May in Roscoe United Methodist Church. The Youth Chorale is open by audition to all interested high school singers. For more information or to schedule an audition time, call Jan Rice at 740-622-8700. If there is no answer, please leave message. A prepared song is required.

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.

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Three Rivers Fire District Ladies Auxiliary is sponsoring a Spaghetti Dinner October 16th from 4:00 to 7:00 p.m. at Three Rivers Fire District is located off US 36 on SR 621 across the highway from Carter Lumber. Meal includes all you can eat spaghetti, salad, 1 dessert, 1 drink for $5.00 or $3.00 for kids under 10. There will be door prizes, 50/ 50 drawing.

Flu Vaccines: The Coshocton County Health Department will be having seasonal flu vaccines at the county fair in the small commercial building on Tuesday, Oct. 5 from 9:30 – 11:30 a.m. and Wednesday, Oct. 6 from 1:30 – 3:30 p.m. Adults 18 and over will be charged a fee of $25 and the vaccination is covered by Medicare Part B. The H1N1 vaccine is combined in this vaccine. The flu hotline is (740) 295-7397.


Meet the Candidate Night will take place on Tuesday, October 12th at Warsaw Elementary School with Ken Smailes as Moderator. Light refreshments will be from 6:30 to 7:00 p.m.; opening from 7:00 to 7:15 p.m.; Candidate Time from 7:15 to 8:45 p.m. and Open Forum from 8:45 to 9:30 p.m. This is hosted by The Warsaw Business Association.


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Show off your antique tractor or equipment at the county fair. Have you wanted to display your restored antique tractor or machinery? If so, you can do that at the Coshocton County Fair, Oct. 1 - 7. Bring your tractor or machinery to the fairgrounds on Thursday, Sept. 30. This is available to anyone regardless of association with any club or group. For more information, contact Sam Wyler at 740-5457792.



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Hope in the face of suffering. Bravery in the midst of despair. The True story of one woman’s courage in the face of Nazi Germany. On October 19th & 20th America’s premier Christian Ballet Company, Ballet Magnificat brings the true story of “Hiding Place” to the stage. Witness this inspirational ballet adaptation that has toured 3 continents and now comes to River View High School Auditorium, St. Rt. 60 Warsaw, on October 19th and 20th at 7:00 p.m. This is event is sponsored by Coshocton Christian School. Call 740622-5052 or for ticket information.

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Coshocton County ADHD Support Group. Interested in receiving information about ADHD? Come

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The American Red Cross of Coshocton County is taking registrations now until Oct. 7 for Adult Child Aquatic Class for Oct. 11 - 15. 2.5 years to 5 years is 6 - 6:45 p.m.; 6 months to 2 years is 7 to 7:45 p.m.. Cost is $25 per child. Parent must accompany child into water. Contact the American Red Cross of Coshocton County at 740-622-0228.

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This 1993 14x70 mobile home has had 1 owner and is in great condition. Situated on .65 acres with 2 BR, 2 baths with new roof in 2007. It also has an 18x26 detached 2 car garage.





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...


This nice split level home situated on .46 acres is ready to move into. It features a 21x22 LR w/ a brick fireplace with woodburner insert, remodeled bath, new DR wood floor. New elec. furnace, central air w/ heat pump & elec. & plumbing done in 2008.

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QUIET COUNTRY LIVING Very nice 3 BR, 2 bath ranch home in a quiet country setting. It has a large family room with a finished walk out basement. A 30x35 3 car garage that all sits on 5 partially wooded acres.






Ready to move in. 4 BR, many updates, electric, heat, central air, shingles, bath remodeled, home has all natural woodwork. Nice carpet. 30x40 garage with electric & water. Nice level lots. RWSD. $107,000




Extra nice 1987 Franklin Camping trailer. Located at Lake Lila Campgrounds with 10x20 add-on. 2 storage buildings. Can be left in Park or taken to your own campgrounds.






316 West Main St., West Lafayette Office: (740) 545-7186 Auction: (740) 545-7158 BRANCH OFFICE: (740) 498-4545 0039_092910 REAL ESTATE  DALE GRESS  REAL ESTATE

is planning a Crazy Hat Party on Sunday, Oct. 10 at 2 p.m. The event will be at the Coshocton County Memorial Hospital located at 1460 Orange Street in Coshocton. Turn an old favorite hat into a creative silly hat that you can wear trick-or-treating with the kids or as you hand out Halloween treats to the little goblins. For more information and to RSVP, call Angie at (740) 502-2540 or CJ at (740) 824-4370. If you would rather, email us at PositivePurposeMS@yahoo. com. Put PPMS in the subject line of your email. Join us for a fun filled afternoon at the Crazy Hat Party for the PPMS! Bring a snack to share. Wing Dings will be provided along with a beverage.The Coshocton County Chapter of the Ohio Genealogical Society will be selling limited copies of “The 1985 History of Coshocton County Ohio” for a special price at a one day sale on Friday, Oct. 15 from 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. at Buehler’s Grocery Store located at 830 South Second Street in Coshocton. Pancake Day. Warsaw Lions Pancake Day will be Saturday, October 16, 2010 from 7:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at the Warsaw Fire Department. Donation of $5.00 for ages 8 and over and $3.00 for under age 8. There will be a bake sale by Warsaw UMC.

Six Counties Incorporated PH Group yard sale and bake sale on Friday, October 1st from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at Six County Incorporated PH Building, 710 Main Street. There will be hotdogs and pop available. In case of rain it event will be held inside. Crazy hat party of the Positive Purpose MS Support Group: The Positive Purpose MS Support Group

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and join The ADHD Support Group that meets at St. John’s UCC, 808 Orange Street in Coshocton on October 26th, November 23rd or December 14th from 5:00 to 6:30 p.m. Any age can attend, childcare provided upon request, all information is confidential. For more information or questions, contact Angie Moses at 740-623-8551 or by email at coop9097@ Website:

Coshocton Common Pleas Court – Divorces/ Dissolutions Divorce Megan Anderson of Coshocton from Roy Anderson of Marietta Beth A Rotruck of Uhrichsville from Christopher P Rotruck of Newcomerstown

Marriages: Kyle Jeffrey Cramblett of Coshocton to Tabetha Kae Bosson of Coshocton Clayton Mathew Cutshall of Coshocton to Randi Lynn Ridenbaugh of Coshocton Scott Wayne Parks of Coshocton to Tracy Lynn Hunt of Coshocton Matthew Paul Ankrum of Coshocton to Dawna Marie VanSickle of Coshocton Roy David Mobley Jr of Warsaw to Melissa Sue Thompson of Warsaw Keith Edward Guilliams of Fresno to Lisa Jean Argentine of West Lafayette William Carl McKim of Coshocton to Kerstin Breanna Bailey of Coshocton Michael Stephen Cox of Coshocton to Tisha Kae King of Coshocton Kenneth Foster LeFever of Harrod to Amanda Jo Stone of Coshocton John Earl Schie of Coshocton to Sarah Nicole Fixel

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of Coshocton Richard J McMillian of West Lafayette to Amanda Lynn Taylor of West Lafayette Land Transfers 9/17 Esther Ann Snide to Moon Property Management; $80,000 Southwest Real Properties Ltd to Richard J Buxton Revocable Living Trust; $19,000 Buckeye Fabrics Employees Retirement Plan aka Buckeye Fabric Finishing Inc to Moon Property Management LLC Profit Sharing Plan and Trust; $80,000 Rebecca R Hicks to Monroe Jr and Mary A Miller; $100,000 9/20 Nora E Richesson, Trustee of the Nora E Richesson Family Trust to Carol L Bosson; $77,500 David J Yoder and Betty D Yoder to Norman J Yoder and Mary H Yoder; $61,720 David J Yoder and Betty D Yopder to Andrew J Yoder; $61,000 9/21 J Irene McNichols Living Trust to Mark A Madison; $48,000 Stephanie A Bainter-Mahring and Ronald Lee Mahring to Joshua A Patterson; $70,000 Jeff Hamilton to HSBC Mortgage Services Inc; $25,000 Hector L Medina Jr to Homesales Inc of Delaware; $30,000 D. Carr Campbell to Century National Bank; $150,000 Ronald P Hartwell to Homesales Inc of Delaware; $36,000 D. Carr Campbell to Century National Bank; $80,000 David R Roenbaugh and Lynn L Roenbaugh to Mark D Roenbaugh; $124,650 Southwest Real Properties Ltd to Tessa M Yeager; $29,000 9/22 Shirley J Pahovndis to David W Trail; $150,000 John L Richards and Diana S Richards to Tomsam Real Estate LLC; $22,000 Kathleen M Thompson to Devin W Hammond, Kelsey L Dawson, Richard L Hammond, and Raine D Hammond; $73,900

CLASSIFIED ADS Lost Thursday, 9/23/10 a blue-green satchel with a lot of hours of genealogy work inside. If found call 740-622-5577 or leave at Library

All appliances have been repaired, tested and cleaned inside and out. Call Kevin’s Used Appliances in New Castle at 740-390-5114, no phone calls after 6pm. FIREWOOD

WANTED TO BUY Piano: Large upright or grand. Minor problems and rough case are okay. $50 - $500. Call Katy 740-502-9315.


3 bedroom, total electric, split level home in country on 2+ acres. 2 car garage attached, 2 full baths, between W. Laf. & Coshocton, TR 165. Very private. $650 month plus deposit. 740-545-6637 Coshocton, 2 & 3 bedroom, new carpet. 740498-5893

vested. Must sell, make offer. Call 740610-1307 1999 Dodge Dakota Sport 4x4 Ext. 120,000 miles, Automatic, black, oversized tires, runs good, rear bench seat. 740-502-7064 TRUCK PARTS

Truck cap, deluxe high STORAGE BUILD- rise, fiberglass cap, fits INGS & GARAGES 1999 to 2006 ChevroFOR RENT let, 8ft. bed. New approx. $1,500, will sell Block building for rent, for $500. Perfect con27x27, good building dition. 740-622-0995 for auto repair, welding or workshop. Has 220 wiring and 9ft. high over head door. Located Got something you at 2199 S. 9th Street, really want to sell!? Coshocton. $150/mo. Put it in front of 10x20 storage building thousands of readers in for rent, $40/mo. (2) The Coshocton County 5x10 storage buildings, Beacon classifieds! $20/mo. 740-824-5625 Call Nicole at Large garage, 26 by 622-4ADS (4237) 30. Two 10ft. doors, or fax to 15ft. high. 740-502623-9937 3139 or visit us at 226 Main St.! AUTOS

1991 T-Bird, minor 1BR, small home for rust. Runs good. $995. rent in Coshocton. 740-824-4307 $350/mo. plus $300/ TRUCKS deposit, utilities not included. No pets. 7401996 Ford Ranger, 4 829-2846 speed w/O.D., 4 cylinder, many new parts. Transmission needs repaired. $2,200 in-

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For sale, firewood cutSERVICES OFFERED offs $10 pick up load, slab wood $12 a bunHANDYMAN, I’ll do a dle. Center Ridge Pallet lot of different kinds of TWP 235, Fresno. 330handyman work. Also, 897-1004 roofing, exterior painting, roof coating, siding, G A R A G E / Y A R D gutter cleaning, yard SALES work, hauling of scrap metals, brush, gravel Friday & Saturday, and other. Call 740- Oct. 1st & 2nd; 9-6. 575-4571 993 3rd Street, Adams Mills. Clothes, hoodies, APPLIANCES coats, OSU sweatshirt, shoes for the whole Black GE self clean- family. American Eaing, ceramic top range, gle, Aeropostale, Gap, matching microwave Gymboree, décor, built in range vent hood, household, desk, etc. excellent condition, $300 for both. 740-622- Moving Sale, Octo3403 ber 1 & 2; 9-5. 2293 Cambridge Rd. (end Kevin’s Used Appli- of lane). Cabinet TV & ances. Used washer, stereo, sofa, loveseat, dryers and ranges. chairs, antiques, holiUsed parts half price. day items, small appliCall Kevin at 740-390- ances, dishes, wood5114. No phone calls working tools & much after 6pm. New Castle, more Ohio MACHINERY Ten washers for sale, price range $75-$250. Pull type and 3 point 12 dryers, price range brush hog, cutters $75-$250. Two freez- good condition, $475 ers, price range $150- each. 740-824-4307 $195. 5 refrigerators price range $195-$275.

WANTED: Junk veM I S C E L L A N E O U S hicles, scrap metal, apITEMS pliances, batteries and junk mowers. Also one 2 large snack vending time clean up and remachines, each has 35 moval of rubbish. 740choices. $650/each or 545-5025 both for $1,100. 740498-5893 APARTMENTS FOR RENT Craftsman, radial arm table saw, w/stand, 8 AREA RENTAL IN¼” blade/2 ½ HP new FORMATION. Houses table top, rebuilt for and Apartments. Rent (siding & paneling). or I’ll help you buy! Price $150. Craftsman Call 740-622-9791 toriding mower, 14.5HP day! (42”cut), price $100, Utility trailer, floor size Coshocton, 2BR apt. 4x8, set-up for 4 wheel downtown location. ATV w/2 heavy ramps, 740-498-5893 price $350. OBO. Call 740-610-1307 Coshocton, 2BR apt. 740-498-5893 Truck cap, deluxe high rise, fiberglass cap, fits MOBILE HOMES 1999 to 2006 ChevroFOR RENT let, 8ft. bed. New approx. $1,500, will sell Country home, very for $500. Perfect con- clean, 20 minutes West dition. 740-622-0995 of Coshocton. 3BR, 1.5 bath, $550/mo. $500/ MUSICAL deposit. No pets. 33421 INSTRUMENTS CR 99, Warsaw, OH. 740-824-4862 leave Selmer Signet Alto message if no answer Saxaphone. All new pads in 2004. $650. HOMES 740-622-8700 FOR RENT




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Volume 3, Number 22 of The Beacon - Section A