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lenny’s welcomes new barber paGe 7 river view band Goes to state paGe 8 sloopy’s opens paGe 10 classiFied paGe 23 This edition of The Beacon published in honor of our firefighters. “Shining a Positive Light on Coshocton County”

NOTING FALL Glorious weekend

The beauty of sunshine combined with falling leaves on a brisk autumn weekend in Coshocton County. The opportunities to see the colors of fall abounded plenty throughout the community: at Roscoe Village for the Apple Butter Stirrin’ festival, at Warsaw for the River View band competition, driving the Fall Foliage and Farm Tour, visiting Prairie Chapel UMC to help celebrate their 150th anniversary or taking in area high school sports competition. BeACon PhoTo By MARk FoRTUne

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Central Ohio Technical College (COTC) invites all members of the community to a public unveiling of a portrait of Coshocton visionaries, the late Edward and Frances Montgomery. The event will be Thursday, Oct. 20 at 6 p.m. in the Montgomery Hall parlor, COTC Coshocton Campus, 200 North Whitewoman Street. The college commissioned the portrait by local artist Kathy Thomas to honor the Montgomerys’ civic and philanthropic legacy. It was the Montgomerys’ commitment to higher education that laid the foundation for the COTC Coshocton Campus. It was also this remarkable couple’s extraordinary vision that led to the restoration of Roscoe Village. “COTC is a proud partner with the Coshocton community, and will be forever indebted to the hundreds of community residents and business owners who recognized the need for a quality higher education institution in Coshocton,” said COTC President Bonnie L. Coe, Ph.D. Artist Kathy Thomas of The Loft Studio in Zanesville will be present for this community unveiling. The event is free and open to all.

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planning to feature a showcase of local mascots. has joined the staff at Lenny’s Barber Shop. From businesses to school sports teams, they are seeking mascots to participate and join Mr. Carl invites his former customers to visit him at and Mrs. Frosty, the Gingerbread Boy and Girl, Lenny’s or call 622-4947 for an appointment. Santa Bear and Rudolph Reindeer. Applications for this year’s parade can be picked up at Miller Pharmacy, Carroll’s Men’s Shop, the Coshocton $ $ County Chamber of Commerce office, or WNTS Radio. The parade committee is accepting calls BARBER SHOP at 622-1806 if you would like to have the entry Appointments Recommended 622-4947 form mailed to you. Walk-ins Welcome • Behind Coshocton Bowling Alley The deadline to submit the entry form is HAIRCUTS $10 • HAIRCUTS $10 • HAIRCUTS $10 Monday, Nov. 7. Please return the entry form to Coshocton Towne Centre, PO Box 795, Coshocton, Ohio 43812 or fax the entry to 740-6228460. The parade committee is made up of volunteers who organize and fund raise to support this event. Your help is always welcome. Let’s Live Entertainment by Point Blank Range make the Bicentennial Food Includes: Pulled Pork Sandwiches or Brats, Christmas Parade one Baked Beans, Potato Salad & Dessert - $8.95 to remember. Now taking Reservations for our Gathering Room for your holiday party. Call for details.

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The Coshocton Towne Centre Association extends an invitation to all city and county schools, local businesses, civic organizations and service groups for participation in the Bicentennial Christmas Parade. This parade will be one of the last events celebrating Coshocton’s Bicentennial and the first event kicking off the festivities for the holiday season in Coshocton Towne Centre. The parade is scheduled for Friday evening, Nov. 18 at 6:30 p.m. Line up begins at 5 p.m. at the Coshocton County Fairgrounds. Note this is a new starting point for the parade. The parade will travel north on 7th Street and west on Main Street with disbandment near Stewart Field on Water Street. This is an excellent opportunity to promote your school’s spirit, demonstrate your organization’s service to the community, promote your business and encourage shopping locally or to show everyone just how proud you are that you live in Coshocton. You are encourage to participate as appropriate for the event with floats, motorized or walking units, carolers, etc. All units are requested to have lights and complete the entire parade route. Please remember that candy may not be thrown from any moving units only handed to the children in the crowd. As with last year’s parade, the committee is

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Kiefer’s Greenhouse I am using my column – 5% of walk-in cash this week for the sales ( no debit or credit upcoming United sales) Way of Coshocton Liberty Lady - $1 for County “Retail Day”. every scarf sold The United Way is Linnett’s on the Square an integral part of the - $10.99 special for ½ fabric that makes up dozen roses with $1 the Coshocton County going to United Way community and while Party Package Too – I would like to write 10% of balloon sales about the Buckeyes mark Fortune Papa John’s Pizza - Bring victory over Illinois, or the fabulous events occurring in October, in ad and Papa John’s will donate %1 this event is important for our for every Pizza sold community. Please support this event Roscoe General Store - $1 for every and The United Way of Coshocton lb. of fudge sold County by supporting Retail Day this Sportzone - $1 for every basket of Pretzel Nuggets sold Saturday, Oct. 22. The United Way of Coshocton Tractor Supply - $1 for every 50lb. County is in the middle of this year’s bag of Dumor/Finisher Feed sold campaign and is hosting a Retail Wilson’s Furniture - $10 for every Day for the United Way on Saturday Lazyboy sold October 22. This year’s participating “We hope this not only benefits retailers are all donating a portion of their sales that day back to the our Partner Agencies with added community through the United Way. assistance, but that it shows our community that we are all in Participating businesses are: partnership together. Our area Auer Ace Hardware – 5% of days retailers are generous and want to see our community maintain its sales Baker’s IGA – 25% of produce health. We certainly appreciate those businesses that are participating and I sales. Bob Evans – 15% of order if flyer is hope many will come out on Saturday presented (can print out from www. and show their support,” says Lyn Mizer, Executive Director of the ) CheezKake Bakery – Portion of days United Way of Coshocton County. sales Coshocton Yard - $1 for every large pizza sold Dairy Queen – 20% of sales from 1-4pm House of G.A. Fisher Jewelers – 5% of proceeds from any pair of earrings sold

resident urges to vote for the park levy letter to the editor Our county park system is a network of special places ranging from the Lake Park complex to smaller green spaces that are sources of pride to our outlying communities. These unique venues host many memorable events including proms, family reunions, ball games, chicken barbeques, and tractor pulls. Each park has its own distinct character, but shares a

by pat cox common factor; it is part of a whole. We all benefit from well-maintained recreational facilities that attract tourists, enhance property values, and provide relaxing opportunities for local residents. As a resident of Adams Township, I support the .5 mil levy for Coshocton County parks.

st. John’s to have annual holiday bazaar St. John’s United Church of Christ, located at 808 Orange Street in Coshocton, will have their 39th annual Holiday Bazaar on Wednesday, Nov. 2. The 2011 Bazaar will start at 9 a.m. with baked goods going on sale at that time. Pie and coffee will also be available. Beginning at 10:30 a.m., lunch will be served consisting of sloppy joe’s, coneys, kraut dogs, hot dogs, chicken sandwiches, vegetable soup, chicken noodle, and potato soup, potato salad, fruit salad, cake, pie, and beverages. The evening meal will begin at 4:30 p.m. and continue until they run out of food. Take-out dinners are available by calling 622-2781. Baked goods and candy will be sold at the Country Store along with homemade mincemeat, noodles, fresh sausage, and vegetable soup. The women of the church get together a few weeks before the bazaar and make the

mincemeat and the soup. This year, Carol Schuler, a member of the church, has donated a double/queen sized “Heart Flower” design quilt with red flowers, green leaves on a light background, to be given away the evening of the bazaar. See any church member for tickets or call the church office at 622-2781. The St. John’s Untied Church of Christ looks forward to again serving the Coshocton resident at their annual bazaar.

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Trent Lingo, a senior at Ridgewood High School, said of the event, “I felt it was important to come here to explore my options tonight. I got a few good looks at some colleges and got some information to check out a few different degrees. I think this is really helpful to kids to be able to check out all the different things they can explore.”

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Pictured are erika Robison of DeVry University and Ryan Webster, who is a senior at newcomerstown high School. Webster was attending the recent Coshocton C.A.R.e.S. college access night Monday evening, oct. 10 at the Coshocton County Career Center. DeVry was one of several dozen colleges and technical schools at the event. Robison is a former River View graduate.

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Several hundred area high school students and parents attended the annual College Access night event held at the Coshocton County Career Center on Monday, Oct. 10. The event is hosted by the Coshocton C.A.R.E.S. program. Brian Crilow, C.A.R.E.S. program director, said, “We had over sixty schools that said they would be here – between students and parents we will have well over five hundred attend. We try to provide the opportunity to all students in Coshocton County to come and browse around and look at different schools – look at what they are planning to major in and what schools may offer those types of programs and talk directly to the admissions people. We hope that the students benefit from the opportunity to attend. “The support we get for this is wonderful, I have two super advisors; Lynn Hill is our advisor at River View and she’s a real strength to the C.A.R.E.S. program. And new to our team this year is Ellen Fritz. She was the former guidance counselor at Coshocton until her retirement several years ago and she is now the advisor at Coshocton High School and brings a wealth of experience to the program. The students still remember her from when she served there and she is going to be a true attribute. “We’re also very thankful to Mike Cichon and his culinary arts students, they put on a wonderful buffet for the admissions people and it’s kind of a lure to get them to attend. Mr. Reveal, who teaches criminal justice, provides students for security purposes and we’re very grateful to both of those gentlemen and for what they’ve done to help us tonight. We try to work very closely with the area schools making sure that they are well informed of the different programs that we’re offering and it was great to see several of the superintendent’s show up to see what is going on. We are always glad to see them.” Crilow added that he is, “Grateful to the Career Center and especially the janitors who set up – it’s a tremendous task to set up that many tables and get ready for that many colleges. Thank you to them, their staff and their teachers as well.”

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Supporters, family members and committee members are asking those that want to know more about – and show support for - Alzheimer’s to join them at 8:30 a.m. this Saturday, Oct. 22 at Kids America for the Coshocton County “Walk to End Alzheimer’s”. Connie Lahna, a member of the committee, said about the event, “We’re going to have lots of different venues, including things for the kids like pumpkin coloring contests, some puzzles and things like that. It’s important that the kids learn to relate to Alzheimer’s because it’s going to be Grandma; it could be mom and dad having this disease. We want the children to understand what is happening with Grandma or what is happening in this situation. We want to bring an awareness of what Alzheimer’s is, it is fund raising but it’s also about awareness. “The proceeds will go to research and support groups for Alzheimer’s, helping families with Alzheimer’s and the different options that are out there for them.” The name of the event has changed from a “Memory Walk” to a “Walk to End Alzheimer’s”. Lahna explained that, “We know that with Alzheimer’s, the memory is fading so we wanted to reflect more on what the goal of the walk is; and that is to find a cure.


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While the walk is largely symbolic at the event, friends and family members are urged to attend to show support for those suffering from Alzheimer’s and their families. “We need to walk for those with Alzheimer’s”, said Lahna. Along with entertainment and the auction, Rick Phelps will be the guest speaker. Rick will be very inspirational, as he can relate firsthand what an Alzheimer’s diagnosis feels like. Rick is a young man who has Alzheimer’s and will talk about what he has already experienced and what his family is going through. Lahna added that the event is, “To show support for those suffering from Alzheimer’s and their caregivers. This event would not be possible without the tremendous time and energy from the members of the committee.” “We have worked hard as a committee to raise money locally for Alzheimer’s and this walk. We had a bake sale at Pearl Valley Cheese – they’re always so gracious to help us out – we had a toll booth on Main Street (in the rain), and we had a three day event at Woodbury Outfitters. Woodbury Outfitters was very gracious to help us out and give support to this event. We purchased some items and sold raffle tickets to raise money. Mary Louise Newell and Debbie Arden combined to make a beautiful quilt, and Ralph Myers made the quilt rack that is also being raffled off. We have been and will continue selling raffle tickets on these two items and the drawing will take place on the day of the walk. Each of the committee members in their related facilities is raising money on their own. The community has been very supportive and we are still looking for auction items. Not only can you still submit an auction item personally, or though your place of business, but we hope the area businesses and community will come to bid on these beautiful and practical items. Individuals and business are encouraged to donate crafts, baskets, furniture or services.” The Coshocton Alzheimer Walk committee consists of Kim Seward and Valerie Smith from Autumn Health Care, Susan Ziler from Lafayette Pointe Nursing & Rehabilitation, Cindi Harriman and Stephanie Sayer of Interim Healthcare, Sue Renner-Miller of Kids America, Cathy Hudson from Home Health Services of Coshocton, Connie Lahna of Coshocton Health & Rehabilitation Center, and community supporters Ralph Myers, Dave Bown, Doug and Bobbe Owens and Dick Sykes. You can contact any of the above committee members with questions, contributions, or to let them know you will be walking. You can ask how to get a “Forget me Not” for a chance to win $200 in Coshocton County Bucks the day of the walk.] For more information about Alzheimer’s visit the website at:

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receives 2,000 mile certiFicate Pictured is Twila Welling, who is 91 years young and among those honored for reaching a mileage milestone with a certificate during a ceremony at Kids America on Friday, oct. 14. Welling, who is a member of the Walking Club, received her 2,000 mile certificate from Kids America executive Director Sue Renner (r) and has completed over 17,000 laps. Welling said of the honor, “It makes me feel wonderful at my age that I’m able to do it. I enjoy the walking because I’ve always liked to walk and this gives me a chance to walk and be with friends and neighbors. Vada (McVay) is my inspiration.” As a sidenote, Welling recently enjoyed a ride in an authentic Dukes of hazzard car, and said of the ride, “It was a thrill.” Welling is an avid “Dukes” fan.


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being able to still work. I think it will go real well once people know that I’m back.” Thorpe will be working four days a week, Tuesday through Friday at Lenny’s, and that could change in the future. Owner Lenny Fowler said, “I’m excited to have Carl here. When he walked in the door and said he wanted to come back to Coshocton and come to work here, it was real thorpe Joins lenny’s barber shop Carl Thorpe, former owner of exciting. He’s been in the Carl’s Barber Shop, has joined the staff at Lenny’s Barber Shop. Thorpe is pic- community and had Carl’s tured giving Larry Maxwell a trim. BeACon PhoTo By MARk FoRTUne Barber Shop for years and I’ve heard a lot of good Carl Thorpe has joined the staff at Lenny’s Barber stories about him from my Shop, joining owner Lenny Fowler in the barber current customers. I’m excited to have him here; shop, which is located on South Second Street he’s a pleasant addition to the business. I couldn’t in Coshocton behind the bowling alley. Thorpe ask for someone finer to join our staff, especially said, “I’m looking forward to seeing some of with his experience and knowledge. We have my old customers.” Thorpe has been a barber two chairs and we always say, “Appointments since he was 20 years old and was the owner of are recommended, walk-ins are welcome”, but Carl’s Barber Shop in Coshocton before moving having the two chairs now makes us more of a to Pennsylvania. Having returned to Ohio and full service barber shop.” barbering, Thorpe said, “I enjoy the people and

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area marching bands earn awards

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Oct. 15 at Don Rushing Stadium. The O.M.E.A. marching band adjudicated event is held each year and River View hosted nine bands this year ranging from Class “AA” Thomas Worthington to Class “C” Fort Frye. In Class “B” Ridgewood High School picked up awards for best auxiliary, best percussion and overall first place in Class B. Coshocton High School earned best outstanding field commander. With a stirring tribute to 9-11, in Class “A” Tri Valley High School had the best auxiliary, the outstanding field commander and was named on to state! Members of the River View high School Marching the overall first place band in band shed tears of joy soon after it was announced that they had earned Class “A”. the coveted superior rating that allows them to perform in state band In overall awards, competition. Ten high school marching bands performed at the o.M.e.A. earned Most adjudicated event, Saturday, oct. 15 at Don Rushing Stadium. BeACon Tri-Valley Outstanding Auxiliary, PhoTo By MARk FoRTUne Thomas Worthington Most Outstanding Percussion and Several area high school marching bands earned awards at the annual River View Black Bear Most Outstanding Music, John Glenn had best Marching Band Invitational held on Saturday, pit crew and Thomas Worthington was also named the Grand Champion Band. River View High School band director Keith Watson said this about the RV kids earning a trip to state band competition, “I’m really proud of the kids. We’ve fought hard for three years to get back to that level and now we get to go to Newark next weekend to perform and I’m very proud of the kids.”



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Conesville Elementary, located at 199 State St. in Conesville is hosting a Fall Harvest Festival on Thursday, Oct. 20 from 6 – 8 p.m. for its students and their families. The Scholastic Book Fair will be set up in the Art Room and be open during the event. Games and Bookmarks will be set up throughout the school building in various classrooms and hallways. To play the games or make a bookmark, the cost will be one ticket. Tickets will be on sale that night. Tickets are five for $1. Candy prizes will be awarded for playing the games. A Silent Basket Auction will be on the stage in the gym. Bidding will begin at 6 p.m. and close at 7:45 p.m. You must be present to win. A Cake Walk begins at 7 p.m. in the gym. Each chance to walk and win a cake will be $1. All donated cakes need to be delivered to the gym by 1 p.m. on Oct. 20. “The Conesville Pumpkin Patch” will be in the gym. All students were given a small pumpkin to take home and decorate as their

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serving 1950’s style Opening to a full house, the owners and employees of Sloopy’s, a 1950’s style diner, held a ribbon cutting that drew an enthusiastic round of applause from customers as they enjoyed their burgers and fries. Angie Williamson said, “We are a 1950’s style diner and we want to offer something good for the younger population and a stroll down memory lane for seniors. It’s all about atmosphere and good food here.” Williamson said that customers will find, “We offer a menu with breakfast all day, burgers and fries that are out of this world, quarter and half pound. We have a great kids menu, we have great shakes and IBC root beer floats. All the good stuff! We also have a jukebox that plays fifties and sixties music all day and if you play certain songs on that jukebox you’ll see our staff come out and start doing a little twist or hand jive for you.” The new restaurant is owned by Angela

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Williamson and Jeff Foster. Foster grew up in Coshocton and the pair moved to Coshocton from Columbus about a year ago. Sloopy’s currently opens at 10 a.m. and closes at 9 p.m. Monday thru Friday but will be open later on the weekends according to Williamson. We want to be here for the crowd after the football games, the bowling alley and the people going home sloopy’s opens in coshocton Sloopy’s, a 1950’s style diner, opened for business to a hearty round of applause from customers as employees cut the from the movies. Asked about the ribbon on Friday, oct. 14. Pictured are (l-r): Doug kimber, City of Coshocton Mayor economic impact of Steve Mercer, co-owners Jeff Foster and Angie Williamson and employee krista the restaurant, “We are Meddings. BeACon PhoTo By MARk FoRTUne creating jobs, we’ve world, that makes us different because they’re created 19 part-time jobs and 3 full time jobs”, said Williamson. “All seasoned. Our menu is themed, everything is of our adult burgers, the quarter pound and the named for something in the fifties and the fact half pound burgers, are seasoned to taste with a that we have breakfast all day is a good plus. “For example, one of our burgers is called, little bit of cayenne, which makes it really good. “The Duke”, which is named for John Wayne. The fries are also seasoned and they are out of this That’s our steak burger, said Williamson. “I just hope everyone comes in to visit us and has a good experience.” Customer Rose Jones, who enjoyed a “Jerry Lewis” ham sandwich, said, “It was good and there were plenty of French fries; I couldn’t eat them all. I enjoyed it.” The new restaurant is located at 406 South Second Street in Coshocton, in the former Hickory Heaven location. The business venture was assisted by the Small Business Development • Country Setting Corporation (SBDC). • Applicants must be at

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Fall Foliage tour a success

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Due to unforseen circumstances, we were unable to run our Memories column last week until this week. You can find this week’s Memories column on page 19.


October 12th, 1951 Each Friday during the school year, students at Coshocton High School would have their own page published in the Tribune. Each week would feature various activities or events the students were involved with. For the 1951-52 school year, the English students had chosen Dick Delong to be editor-in-chief for the weekly student page entitled, “The Red and Black”. Joanne Wharton had been named editor of the Coshocton Yearbook, “The Tomahawk”. The class had already been working hard on the 1952 yearbook. They hoped to create a new and different yearbook that year with pages filled with student accomplishments.

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October 15th, 1971 The River View FFA had really outdone themselves. Dale Hendrick of the FFA had placed first in the nation in the meat judging contest. All three members of the River View judging team, Jim Rich, John Moran and Hedrick received gold medals at an award banquet, the whole team placing second overall in the nation. The team competed against 34 other teams and Hendricks against 102 other contestants for the awards. The team had been chosen to attend the national convention when they were selected as an outstanding chapter based on a 10-page application and by winning first place at the Ohio State Fair.


October 18th, 1981 Each year, members of the Nellie Chapel and New Castle United Methodist Church planted corn for Friendship Acres and donated the profits to CROP-CWS. But because of a rainy spring, they planted pumpkins that year on June 20 and had recently harvested more than 4,200 pumpkins, each weighing up to 35 pounds. The pumpkins were loaded on trucks to be sold in Coshocton, Zanesville, and Wooster, and would most likely be used as jack-o-lanterns for the upcoming Halloween season. Nearly 700 man hours went into planting and harvesting the crop, not including delivery. All information was obtained from microfilm of the Coshocton Tribune at the Coshocton County Library.

If you’ve been thinking of attending the Fabulous Food Show in Cleveland, but were hesitant to make the drive on your own, then the Medbery Marketplace road trip bus tour is just for you. On Saturday, Nov. 12, fifty guests will depart from Coshocton and head to the Cleveland I-X Center for the show. Attendees will enjoy numerous cooking demonstrations, sampling culinary delights, and seminars by popular chefs. The road trip includes reserved seating to see Food Network’s Guy Fieri, the star of the shows Diners, Drive-ins & Dives, Guys Big Bite EXAMPLE AD: and Minute to Win It. His live show will feature a cooking Published: Wed., October 26th demonstration, behindthe-scenes stories about Deadline: Thurs., October 20th his culinary adventures and other high-powered entertainment. Positively Coshocton County The cost for the Fabulous Food Show Thank you for road trip is $59 per purchasing my person and includes 2011 Market Hog. 226 Main St. • Coshocton round trip motor 622-4237 • Fax 623-9937 coach transportation, brunch for the ride or e-mail Nicole at Joe Smith, up, refreshments, Anyname 4-H Club admission to the Ads must be prepaid. Fabulous Food Show, 0001_092811

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October 15th, 1961 Sammy Kaye, nationally-known orchestra leader, was planning to purchase the Lake Park Hills golf course and nearby areas for developmental purposes. He and his fellow incorporators planned to improve the golf facilities and build a housing development including a motel, swimming pool, and reserved seating to the Guy Fieri Show, and a recreational areas. Mr. Kaye announced he snack for the ride home. To reserve your seat, planned to invite some of his friends to the stop in or call Medbery Marketplace in Roscoe opening the next spring including Jackie Gleason, Perry Como, and Fred Waring. Mr. Village at 291-8000 by Oct. 26. Kaye had always been an avid golfer and when his orchestra had played at Lake Park Pavilion that past August, three of his band members reported the golf course was one of the best they had ever played on.




shocton County Fall Foliage and Farm Tour draws visitors from many ohio counties and even surrounding states. This year was no exception as ten year old Alyssa Lambert and eight year old Michael Lambert from heath are pictured enjoying their lunch at keene United Methodist Church. For a donation you could choose chili, chicken noodle soup, Coney’s, chicken sandwiches, sloppy Joes and your favorite from among several varieties of delicious pie. The kids said they, “Liked the lamb meat, the cows with long horns and the food.” This was their second year of taking the tour. The kids were with Brenda (St. Louisville, oh) and Sarah Lambert (heath, oh). The tour was about 30 miles long and started at Finton equipment with a map and sign-in. Stops included MMS Aviation, Rocky Top Acres, the north Appalachian experimental Watershed, Carson house Farm, keene United Methodist Church, Millcreek Farm, Fenders’ Fish hatchery and Pearl Valley Cheese. BeACon PhoTo By MARk

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Wheeler lives in an apartment in New York City and looks out her back window and thinks she sees a murder that has been committed and no one really believes her and she starts to doubt her own sanity; people are encouraging her to doubt her own sanity and that’s part of the mystery as to why they are doing that. Everyone that came to the opening weekend said they really enjoyed the show and they had a hard time figuring out what was going to happen. We have a nice mixture in the cast of new people, new faces on our stage plus some people that have been in a number of OCTOBER IS NATIONAL COOPERATIVE MONTH shows over the years.” Farm Credit Services of Mid America is a cooperative formed in the Shelby Holbert, early 1900s as a source of financing for America’s farmers. who plays Blanche, FCS is one of the largest financial cooperatives in the United States. Elaine Wheelers nurse FCS has a strong commitment to the communities in which they live and best friend, said of and work. her role, “People will As Agribusiness Division Co-Chairs of United Way of Coshocton, see something different we are inviting you to stop by the office at 115 N. 2nd Street in in this play. You’ll be Coshocton the week of October 24th thru Oct. 31 to “pick up” surprised.” Holbert has your “HERSHBERGER FRY PIE” for a $2 donation. All proceeds will be donated to United Way of Coshocton. been in high school Looking forward to seeing you! plays and a previous performance at Triple Locks. She said of her experience, “I just like all of the energy and it’s fun.” Matt Hardesty, Kelly Miller and Suzanne Shrimplin who is cast as John 115 North 2nd Street, Suite B • Coshocton, OH Wheeler, husband 622-6006 • of Elaine, said of his 0027_101911

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character, “I’m not a very nice guy which is a bit of a departure for me. I said when I took this role, “I’ve played not nice guys before but this is the first real “not” nice guy – I’ve always been a funny mean guy before – it’s been a lot of fun, it’s been a good chance to stretch my legs. People will see a different side – a person who is very different from my day to day appearance and my normal personality. It’s been a stretch, it’s a challenge and it’s always good to branch out and stretch your legs as an actor, and try something new. At first I was a bit intimidated but now I’ve found a way to get into the character. It’s been a lot of fun.” Hardesty said he thinks that, “This is a piece of our culture that people need to appreciate. It’s great entertainment, it’s inexpensive entertainment and it helps support the community and the arts and it’s an enjoyable evening out. There are so many things to do in our community like coming to the theater and enjoy an evening out.” Sarah Fornara, who is cast as heiress Elaine Wheeler, said, “My character might have some issues, some difficulty sleeping, and I’m not quite sure why I have these difficulties and I kind of get to bend what’s real and what is not real. My character has a lot of depth, she has a lot of layers to her and so it’s kind of fun exploring those layers but mostly I’m just really enjoying the rest of the cast. They’re a great group to work with and it’s fun to come out here and work with them every night. It’s a great time. “This play will keep people on the edge of their seat the entire time. You’re always guessing and trying to figure things out, it’s very suspenseful, there are a lot of layers to the play to and a lot of twists and turns. You think you’ve got it figured out and something changes and you have to change your perception – you’re not going to get bored.” Renate (Reni) Akers, who is cast as the German maid, Helga, said “My sister’s name is Helga. It’s enjoyable and a bit nerve wracking too, but this is my first time on stage. The first weekend went fine. I think people will be amazed at the outcome; it has so many twists and turns. It’s very intense.” Denny Blanford who is cast as Curtis Applebee, a neighbor to the Wheelers, said,

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Members of New Life Ministries are pictured as they begin their 5K challenge run held at River View High School on Saturday morning, Oct. 15. Kelly Treat, who helped coordinate the event, said, “It’s all about getting people active and correlating our physical lifestyle with our spiritual, that we’re to run the race both as Christians with endurance but also physically to get out there and do it.” Dustin Haywood, who along with Cyrus Granger, led the group, said, “We hope everyone is dressed warmly and they watch their step out on the course this morning. We’re looking forward to a good run.” The group wore brightly colored tee shirts of blue, orange and pink and Treat said the shirts represented, “Pulling us all together as a team. We’re running as individuals but we’re also running this race together as a team.” The back of the shirt had a slogan that read, “Run when you can, walk when you have to; crawl when you must, just never give up.” The tee shirt also had a Bible verse, “Let us run with endurance the race God has set

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“I think there is a lot of suspense in this play, you have to think about it, it’s like “Clue”, it’s a good play. It’s very enjoyable. I wish people would come out to support the community and the theater. We have a lot of neat people that are involved and it’s such an enjoyable evening.” Chester Boffo plays patrolman Vinilli, a local Brooklyn cop. “I have to do the accent and everything. I have to come to the home and check everything out. This is the first murder mystery I’ve done; it’s a bit of a change compared to my other roles. It’s quite contrasting. I’ve never done a police officer. Each person in the play really could be the murderer – the writer could have just twisted it one little way with all of the information they’ve given you. It’s fun to do the Brooklyn accent – I looked it up on the internet. I think people will enjoy the play.” The play also features Jill Fry and Dan Relic. Diana Marlatt, who directs “Night Watch” said, “I think it’s very suspenseful, everyone I’ve talked to that’s been to it hasn’t been able to figure out how it ends – I think that’s good acting. It’s

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said, “This is a producer consumer co-op that will allow local producers a place to market their goods throughout the year and to give consumers another option for finding local food during the non Farmer’s Market season. Most of the vendors here either had a booth at the Coshocton Farmer’s Market or the Warsaw Farmer’s Market and most are planning to vendors at local bounty A local food co-op featuring fresh, homemade continue that as well.” goods has opened its doors. Vendors are pictured here at the opening celebration, Local Bounty held on Wednesday evening, oct. 12. The store is located at 22951 State Route 83, Coshocton plans to near the Lake Park soccer fields. BeACon PhoTo By MARk FoRTUne be open Thursday and Friday afternoon from Local Bounty Coshocton, a local food coop, has the mission of providing people in the 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. and on Saturday from 10 a.m. to Coshocton area with year round access to locally 6 p.m., depending on customer demand. Roberts produced food, and to provide a space where explained that if customer demand is there, hours local producers can sell their food products year will be extended. “All of the labor is being provided by either round. vendor members or consumer members, that’s The store is located at 22951 State Route 83 how we are keeping the cost of operating this north, near the soccer fields at Lake Park. The down, by using our volunteer pool. We have site was the former Surf’s Up ice cream shop. Sporting a large sign that reads, “Local Bounty a variety of baked goods, different kinds of Coshocton” with a colorful cornucopia logo, you breads, cookies, pies, candy, jams and jellies, can find fresh baked goods, local honey, fruits fudge, fresh produce and all winter long we and vegetables, crafts, even lip balm from the 15 will have spinach and lettuce, different kinds of greens, pumpkins and squash, locally produced vendors currently displaying their goods. Alan Roberts, President of the organization, eggs, locally produced beef and chicken as well as free coffee,” said Roberts.

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“Everything here will be high quality and locally produced, it’s grown on farms here in Coshocton County and any processing is also done here so we’re keeping that money here in the county. One of the main reasons to support this co-op is economic; it keeps all of the money that goes into the processing end of food production here in the county.” Shirley Norris, who attended the opening, said, “I see a renovated building that is full of excited people ready to share their talents whether its breads, jams and jellies, homemade soaps, organic things, with the public year round, kind of a continuation of the Farmer’s Market. I’m impressed with the fact that things are as much organic as possible and I’m looking forward to the produce from their greenhouses this winter. “I think people will be impressed with the homegrown things, more and more families have people with allergies and children that may have some sort of issue in school and they are trying to eliminate preservatives in their food so this is the way to go.” Heather Armstrong, who is one of the local vendors, said, “My husband and I are making jams and jellies and fruit butters, we’ll also be offering some different spice mixes and bakery items. It was a great opportunity for us to get started in a farmer’s type market without having a lot of expense and travel involved. It’s a great location, it’s a great spot to be on a weekly basis and get a start.” You can join the co-op as a member or as a vendor. For more information call Chris Wilson at 740-502-5227 or Alan Roberts at 740-824-5320. You can also visit: http://localbountycoshocton.

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Saturday, Oct. 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. 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 622-0956 for information. Tuesday, Oct. 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. Wednesday, Oct. 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. 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

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Wednesday, Oct. 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. Thursday, Oct. 20: Autumn Chi: Coshocton Public Library; Practice gentle exercises that reduce stress and increase vitality. 9 - 10 a.m. Thursday, Oct. 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 6220956 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. Thursday, Oct. 20: Pizza and Pages--Children’s Book Club: Coshocton Public Library; Pizza and Pages--The book club for children in 4th - 6th grades will be in the small meeting room. Contact Mrs. Custer at the library at 622-0956 to register for this event. October’s book is Beaded Moccasins by

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Final performances. Night Watch, directed by Diana Marlatt, will have its final two performances by the Footlight Players at the Triple Locks Theater in Roscoe Village on Friday, Oct. 21 and Saturday, Oct. 22. Curtain time is 8 p.m. on both nights. The suspensepacked play stars Sarah Fornara and Matt Hardesty and has been thrilling audiences for the past two weeks. Tickets may be purchased Monday thru Thursday from 7 - 9 p.m. and Friday and Saturday (performance days) from 2 - 4 p.m. by calling the Box Office at 622-2959 or any time through the Web site: JHM Family Party. Bring your children or grandchildren to the Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum on Saturday, Oct. 22 from Noon – 3 p.m. to celebrate JHM’s 80th anniversary. JHM’s Family Birthday Party will have something going on in each gallery to include craft activities, games and prizes and an artistic make-your-own snack. JHM’s party is free to Coshocton County residents and Friends of the Museum. Stop in for some celebratory fun. The Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum is located at 300 N. Whitewoman Street in Roscoe Village, Coshocton. For more information, contact the museum at 622-8710. Parktoberfest Chili Cook-Off. The second annual “Parktoberfest” Chili Cook-off will be Saturday, Oct. 22 from 1 – 5 p.m. at the River View Community Park in Warsaw. All people attending the event, for a $5 donation, will be able to sample as many of the chili entries as they like. Each paid patron will receive a voting token to support their favorite entry, and the cook with the most tokens will be crowned at the end of the competition. For those 21 years of age and older, come visit the Beer Garden. A variety of

beers will be provided to anyone with a valid photo identification. Age verified wrist bands will be issued at the main gate. All proceeds benefit the River View Park Community Park and Pool. 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. Pumpkin Launch. The will be a pumpkin launch and a chili cook-off at the Coshocton Christian Tabernacle on Sunday, Oct. 30 at 4:30 p.m. Chili Cook-Off categories include most original, hotter than hot, people’s choice and best overall. There is a $10 entrance fee for each pumpkin launching contraption. Register now through Oct. 23. For official rules and registration forms, contact Ken Stocker at 575-4397 or Tim Eberhard at 622-2668. No compressed gases, explosions or ignitions will be permitted. Crowtown Cruise-In. There will be a Crowtown Cruise-In on Friday, Oct. 28 from 5 – 9 p.m. in the paved parking lot of Crowtown Pizza on South 2nd Street in Coshocton. All makes and models are welcome. There is no entry fee. A 50/50 and door prizes will be available. Christmas in the Country. On Saturday Nov. 5, there will be a Christmas in the Country craft show at Mark McCoy’s Auto, located in big red building in downtown Fresno, from 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. Get into the spirit of the season with this annual craft show. There

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Announcements Annual Fire Extinguisher Inspection. Attention Linton Township Residents. The Annual Fire Extinguisher Inspection for township fire extinguishers will be Oct. 19 at the Linton Township Building on Jacobsport Drive from 1 - 5 p.m. Fire extinguishers with property of Linton Township stickers are eligible for free checking, refill or replacement. Flu Shots. The Coshocton County General Health District will be giving flu shots on Oct. 19, 20, and 26 from 9:30 – 11:30 a.m. and 1:30 – 3:30 p.m. Cost is $25. The following insurance plans will be accepted: Medicare Part B, Aetna, Anthem BCBS, Care Source, Cigna, Humana, Medical Mutual of Ohio, Medicare Part B and Railroad Molina, The Health Plan, and United Healthcare, not the community plan. Coshocton County General Health District is located at 724 S. 7th Street in Coshocton. 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.

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Harvest Home Hymnfest. The 17th annual Harvest Home Hymnfest will be Sunday, Oct. 23 at the Zion Lutheran Church, located at 12510 Ferncliff Rd in Adamsville at 6 p.m. A free-will offering will be taken. There will be a hymn-a-long singing, organ music, and a candlelight finale. Light refreshments will be provided.

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Ministry for Kids. The Presbyterian Church, located at North 4th Street and Chestnut Street, will be hosting an ‘Almost Midweek Ministry’ for kids in kindergarten through 8th grade on Tuesday nights beginning Oct. 18 from 5:30 – 7 p.m. A free, kid-friendly dinner will be provided along with a short lesson and games each week. The program will conclude on Tuesday, Nov. 22. The theme for this fall is “Walk on the Wild Side”. All are welcome. Call Erin Jobes at the church office at 622-0486 with any questions.

Joyfulaires Quartet. The Joyfulaires Quartet will be singing at Gospel Hill Ministry, located at 27610 TR 45, Warsaw, Ohio on Saturday, Oct. 22 at 7 p.m. The sing will be inside. A love offering will be taken and given 100% to The Joyfulaires. For further information, call 824-3300.

Fall Revival. Trinity Baptist Church located at 590 Martin Luther King Drive in Newcomerstown will be having their Fall Revival on Oct. 19, 20 and 21 at 7 p.m. nightly. Revivalist Rev. Landareece Brown, Pastor of Columbus Believers Church of Columbus, OH, will be the speaker. Come and receive what you need from the Lord. Roscoe Bazaar. Roscoe UMC will have its annual bazaar on Oct. 20 at the church on 475 High St. (Historic Roscoe Village) in Coshocton, OH. Doors will open at 8:30 a.m. for a “breakfast boutique” and early bird shopping. Items to look for this year include hand crafted items, baked goods, and “trash & treasures”. Two new items this year include THE USED BOOKWORM and themed baskets such as KITTY & PUPPY DOG LOVERS, Chocolate Lovers, Pasta Lovers, and many more. Grave saddles will be available for Fall and Winter seasons. Look for the SILENT AUCTION of four big ticket items which are all handmade. Lunch will be served starting at 10:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. and supper at 4 p.m. For further information, call the church office at (740) 622-7780.

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Name_____________________________________ Phone #___________________________________ Address___________________________________ _________________________________________ City________________________ Zip___________ Email_____________________________________ Male_____ Female_____ Age on Race Day______ Shirt Size (Adult Sizes Only) Small Medium Large X-Large _________________________________________ Pre-Registration - $30.00 Race Day Registration $35.00 High School Cross Country Runners $20.00 Make Checks Payable to: River View Athletic Boosters Send to: Gwenna Neal, 47862 Township Road #1142 Coshocton, Ohio 43812 Race will begin promptly at 9am. The course begins and ends in Lake Park near the Aquatic Center and Playvillion. This course wends its way through the canal era park district, through downtown Coshocton and Historic Roscoe Village. Fast and flat. *Take advantage of a pre-race pasta special on Saturday evening and relax post-race with brunch at The Warehouse located in Historic Roscoe Village. For reservations for either or both of these events, call The Warehouse at 740-622-4001. __________________________________________ Waiver (Read before signing) I know that participating in this event is a potentially hazardous activity. I will not enter and participate unless I am medically able and properly trained. I agree to abide by any race official as to my ability to safely complete the event. I assume all risks associated with this event including but not limited to falls, contact with other participants, effects of weather including cold, rain, or snow, traffic or the condition of the road all such risks being known and appreciated by me. Having read this waiver and knowing these facts, I for myself and anyone entitled to act on my behalf, waive and release River View Local Schools, the city of Coshocton, the Lake Park District, race officials and all volunteers and sponsors from any claims and liabilities of any kind arising out of participation of this event. I grant permission to all of the forgoing to utilize any photographs, motion pictures, or recordings or any other record of this event for legitimate purposes. I know that dogs, bicycles, inline skates or any motorized mode of transportation are not allowed on the course. _______________________________________ Signature of Athlete (Parent’s signature if under 18 years old)

Paid for by Steve Clark, Candidate, 1487 Windemere Dr., Coshocton, OH 43812 Daughter Banquet. Enjoy specially decorated tables with the finest china, a gourmet menu of shrimp, crab, freshsmoked beef brisket and delicious desserts at Chili Crossroads Bible Church’s Daughter Banquet on Friday, Oct. Robert Fetters - 1st Ward City Council 21 at 7 p.m. Special music, a fun drama, and James Baker - 2nd Ward City Council a devotional will complete the evening. The Tom Grier - Council-At-Large cost is $7 for adults and $5 for children. Call 5459707 for reservations. The church is located at 29445 County Road 10 in For more info: or Fresno.

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Lucas McCoy 5K Walk/Run/Roll for Recovery. Lucas McCoy is a River View High School senior who was paralyzed over the summer. Everyone is welcome to walk, run, and those who are wheelchair bound are encouraged to roll to benefit the Recovery of Lucas on Saturday, Oct. 29 at 10 a.m. at Lake Park. If you already pre-registered, you are guaranteed a shirt. Register at Lake Park and cost for adults $25 and students $20. No shirt is guaranteed. Donations welcome. Please send to Lucas McCoy Fund, P.O. Box 386, Warsaw, OH 43844



Women’s Conference sponsored by Rita Myers Ministries will be on Oct. 21 and 22 at Set Free Community Church, located at 115 S 6th Street, Coshocton. On Oct. 21 from 5 - 7 p.m. will be a covered dish and fellowship and from 7 - 9 p.m. will be music, message and ministry. Meat and tableware will be provided by Women to Women Ministries. Oct. 22 from 7 - 9 p.m. will be music, message and ministry. The event is free to attend, but a loving offering will be taken nightly. Call the church at 622-8703 or 502-3109.

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Fairboard Elections. Elections for fairboard directors will be Saturday Nov. 5 at the fairboard office between the hours of 1 – 5 p.m. Petitions are available at the fairboard office for anyone wanting to run for director of the Agricultural Society. To be eligible, you must have held membership in the society for the past two years, be 18 years of age and a county resident. Fairboard office hours are 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. Monday through Friday.



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October 22nd, 1961 Parents of the 418 students of Coshocton’s newest high school, Three Rivers, would have the chance to meet the teachers and look over the facilities used by their children during Parents Visitation Night. The new high school consolidated the Conesville, Keene, and Roscoe high schools into the Three Rivers High School in the Roscoe building. There were 161 freshmen, 104 sophomores, 85 juniors, and 68 seniors. The enrollment expected to pass the 500 mark within the next three years. Teachers had commented that their working conditions had improved greatly.


October 24th, 1971 Mary Lower of Fresno represented Coshocton County at the 34th annual Poetry Day workshop in Columbus composed of 23 different contests. Mrs. Lowe placed first in the Kathryn Marshall contest with her poem, “Farm Auction”. She also received honorable mention in two other contests for her poems, “Walnut Tree” and “Chicken Lickin’”. She said one of the most unusual contests she had ever entered was a Death Contest where the author could not say any words that had to do with death. So she wrote about a merry-goround and related it to life, saying she never wanted to stop riding the merry-go-round. She was a teacher at River View and had recently published a book of all of her poems.


October 23rd, 1981 Magic Holiday Fantasy, a national touring production, was to appear in Coshocton at the end of October and was being sponsored by the Coshocton Music Boosters. Don Rinehart, president of the boosters, said it was an attempt to bring clean, wholesome family fun to the area. The show was now in its 10th annual tour and would feature illusions, jugglers, acrobats, balancers, aerial stars, and trained animals. Tickets were $2.75 each. All information was obtained from microfilm of the Coshocton Tribune at the Coshocton County Library.

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October 24th, 1951 Four members of Boy Scout Troop 4 were presented with their Eagle Scout emblems at the Salvation Army. The boys were Bob Powers, Carl Shutt, Ralph Levell, and William Dile. These boys were the first in Troop 4 to earn their Eagle Scout. M.D. Custer, member of the advisory board of the Salvation Army and the Coshocton Kiwanis Club, co-sponsors of the troop, presented the foursome with their award. Life Scout pins were also awarded to Gary Jameson and the Star Scout pins were awarded to Raymond Maguire and Billy Andrews. William Brown was awarded his Tenderfoot badge and four members received their first class pins.

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Christmas Castle Sign Up. Christmas Castle and Christmas Food Sign Up will be Tuesday, Oct. 25 from 9 a.m. - 1 p.m., Wednesday, Oct. 26 from 4 - 7 p.m., and Thursday, Oct. 27 from 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. Bring a photo ID for all adults in the household,

Fall Rally. The Coshocton Women of Witness will be having a fall rally on Saturday, Oct. 29 from 10 a.m. – Noon in the Hopewell School’s Cafeteria located on 23720 Airport Road. Speaker Dr. Sonja Smith will be sharing, “Will Your Life Be a Story with a Great Ending?” Kelly Treat will be leading worship and Schumakers will be serving a light brunch. Tickets are $10 and can be purchased at Marilyn’s Food, the Good News Bookstore or at the door.


Nurses Christian Fellowship Meeting. A meeting of the Nurses of Christian Fellowship will be Monday, Oct. 24 at 6 p.m. at the Coshocton Alliance Church, located at 730 W. Chestnut Street. All RNs, LPNs and allied health professionals are invited to come and enjoy a short program, fellowship and a time of prayer.

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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.

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Community Calendar 10th Annual Auction. The 10th Annual Auction from R.E.A.L. Youth Ministries of Coshocton Nazarene Church will be, Saturday, Oct. 29. Doors open at 4 p.m. The auction starts at 5 p.m. Enjoy the food stand for a light dinner and snacks. There will be over 150 new items to be sold of unique and interesting products. There’s something for everyone. All proceeds go toward R.E.A.L. Youth Ministries. Contact the church at Coshocton Nazarene Church, 1058 Orange St., Coshocton or by phone at 622-1912. Annual Bazaar. Clark Community Presbyterian Church will be having their 30th annual bazaar on Saturday, Nov. 5 from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. in Clark, located on SR 83 North of Coshocton. There will be crafts, gift items and country store items including jel-


Real estate consists of 10.927 acres; home was built in 1955 and has new windows and doors, 2 car garage, 3 bedrooms, large dining living area and kitchen, full basement, propane heat with wood burner, and spring water, on Parcel 2: 5.047 Acres, Parcel No. 0140000035300. Parcel 1 is 5.88 Acres of vacant ground, Parcel No. 0140000035400. Real Estate will sell in parcels and combined and will sell for the highest bid. If a survey is needed, buyers will pay $500.00 per parcel. Real Estate sells at 5:00 PM. Terms: 10% down payment day of auction, balance due at closing, with no financing contingencies. Announcements day of sale take precedence over all previous advertising and statements.

2 Tractors-Machinery- Misc. Also selling are the following chattels: M & M Super Diesel, one of 198 built 1968-1969 serial no. U-302-27601230: Ferguson T-020 tractor; 3 pt. equipment: scoop; 2 plows; 2 bottom disk & blade; 3 pt. finish mower; 2 lift poles; wagon; disk; sleds; trailer; cement mixer, needs motor; Cub Cadet 3184 shaft drive; old wheel horse; seeder; wood splitter; pressure washer; household & misc: 2 barber chairs, Koken & Koenight, 1950; grill; oak barrels; chest; bench; dressers; desk; freezer; baby bed; entertainment center; dry sink; washer; dryer; chair; steel workbench; stepladder; iron kettle; sausage stuffer; grinder; bunk bed; stove. Chattel Terms: Cash or good check with positive ID.

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Location: 16555 TR 389 Frazeysburg, OH 43822 111.7 Acres* Wooded Acreage*Pasture Land* 2 Story 1500 SQ. Ft Home * Excellent Home Site*Bank Barn Recreational Land*Secluded *Coshocton County*Pike Twp River View Schools*Gas & Oil Rights Transfer Situated in Southwestern Coshocton County this 111 acre property has a broad appeal to a land buyer. There are approximately 80 acres of excellent wooded hunting land along with 30-35 acres of pasture and crop fields. The property has excellent access and road frontage and yet offers privacy and seclusion. The structures consist of a 2 story 1,500 Sq. Ft. century home that has been updated and is in decent condition. The barns include an older post & frame bank barn several post frame buildings, chicken coops etc. The property is gently rolling and with a good mix of cropland, woods and pasture this farm is well suited for many different uses. Join us on-site for inspection and bidder seminar on Tuesday Oct 11th at 5 PM. You are able to bid online on the tract or tracts YOU want to buy. Kaufman staff will be at the farm on Tuesday Oct 25th from 4:00 PM. till the auction closes with bidder stations if you prefer to bid on-site. Parcel #1-22 Acres with Home & Barn, 283’ frontage on TR 389 Parcel #2- 33.705 Acres mix of woods and pasture Parcel #3- 56 Acres with woods, creek and springs Tax & Legal: Parcel #0320000027100. 2010 taxes were 580 per ½ year Terms: 10% nonrefundable down payment day of auction, balance at closing, no financing contingencies. Buyer will be subject to 10% buyers premium. Any bid placed in the last 5 minutes will extend auction additional 5 minutes. Any required inspections must be completed prior to bidding. Acreage amounts, frontage markers are approximate and subject to final survey. Property can be bid on in parcels and combinations. Complete terms and bidding available online at: 0016_101211



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lies, jams, salsa, relishes and candy. A complete menu for lunch will be served including vegetable soup, sandwiches, noodles, potato salad, and pies. Veterans to be Honored. On Sunday, Oct. 30 at 4 p.m., Isleta UMC will honor area veterans during the presentation of the patriotic musical “The Spirit of America”. The words and DVD images focus on five attitudes that have made Americans unique throughout history: The Spirit of Adventure, The Spirit of Hope, The Spirit of Sacrifice and the Spirit of Divine Purpose. Veterans will be recognized during the musical and all who attend the program are invited to Isleta’s free community dinner from 5 - 6 p.m. Upwards Basketball. Sign-ups for Upwards Basketball and Cheerleading at Coshocton Christian Tabernacle are now through Nov. 10. Evaluations are Nov. 5 from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. and Nov. 10 from 5 – 8 p.m. Applications can be picked up at the church office from 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. Call 622-4133 Ext. 221 or 622-4307 with questions. 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.

Clubs and Organizations Soup Supper. The Blue Grange Soup Supper will be Saturday, Oct. 22. It will be all-you-can-eat and seven types of soup will be served, including a salad, dessert and a beverage. A donation of $6 is asked.

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This 650 square foot, one story is situated on a flat, (44x120) city lot. Features include: an efficiency kitchen, 1 bedroom, vinyl siding and two treated decks, front and rear. This would make an excellent small home or rental in a very nice, established neighborhood...come ready to buy!!! Real Estate Terms: The real estate is being offered absolute and will require a 10% non-refundable down payment due day of auction and balance due at closing, no later than 30 days after auction. No contingencies accepted. Property is being sold “as is.” All inspections must be made prior to day of auction. Possession upon closing. Real Estate Viewing: Call realtor or auctioneer for appointment, also, property will be open one hour prior to auction. Personal Property Terms: Personal property will sell absolute. Payment, cash or good check, due at end of sale prior to leaving premises. Items being offered are: Small apt. size freezer, 18 cf refrigerator, elect. stove, small microwave w/ turn table, recliner lift chair, recliner chair, wooden table w/ 4 chairs, 15x10 amish made wooden storage building, housewares and more. Owner: James W. Laird, Estate Executor: Crystal R. Kiser, Cosh. Co. Probate Case No. 21010134 Realtor: Phil Covic Auctioneer: James F. Nelson

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3 BR RANCH HOME WITH LARGE GARAGE 1958 CORVETTE-TOOLS-HOUSEHOLD GOODS This home has 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, open living room, dining room and kitchen area and full basement. The exterior has a stone face with a front and rear porch. 2 detached garages. The main garage is 28 x 38 with 1 door and a stone face to match the home. The workshop garage is 36 x 67 with concrete floors, a bar area, and restroom. Home was built in 2006. Call auctioneers for your personal appointment to view this fine home. Terms on real estate: 10% down time of auction. Balance due in 30 days. Taxes to be prorated to date of closing not to exceed 30 days. No contingencies in contract.

Corvette: 1958 Chevrolet Corvette with soft top. Red and white, newer paint. 4 speed, V8. Numbers not matching. Great weekend driver. Visit for pictures. This car will sell at 11:00 on site and also live internet bidding. To bid via internet visit TOOLS-TOOLS-TOOLS Concrete: Gas mortar mixer, bull floats, trowels, Stihl TS 420 saw, 2 Stihl concrete saws, partner concrete saw, concrete forms, etc. Automotive: 1/4, 3/8, 1/2, 3/4, drive sockets, deep and shallow well, crescent wrenches, pipe wrenches, screwdrivers, open box end wrenches, drill press, air compressor, Dewalt cordless drills, scroll saws, press, floor jacks, barn jacks, bench grinder, vise, oxy acet. set, pipe bender, engine puller, engine stand, band saw, pressure washer, parts washer, lg. fan, jig saw, hole saws, pliers, screw drivers, punches, chisels, etc. Note: Multiples in tools, names include S&K, Proto, Snap On, Craftsman, Dewalt. If you are looking for tools don’t miss this auction. Trailer: Single axle flatbed trailer. Household goods: Amana side by side refrigerator freezer, Kitchen Aid washer, Whirlpool dryer, oak kitchen table /6 chairs, 3 piece bedroom suit complete, o.s. sofa, o.s. chair, Hitachi TV, 2 small TVs, computer desk, microwave. Guns: Winchester model 37 12 ga., Mossberg 410 B/A, Remington sportsmaster, 22 cal. B/A, New England 12 ga. S.S. deer, Marlin 22 cal. B/A. Musical Instruments: 2 banjos, ukulele, small guitar, Peavey monitor. Several articles not mentioned. Terms on personal property: Cash or good check time of sale. Positive ID required. Owner: Susan Wilson. Formerly the property of the late Randy Wilson

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Region 4 Business and Professional Women (BPW) and Coshocton BPW will sponsor an Individual Development (ID) Course for two Saturdays starting Oct. 29 at Jerry’s Restaurant, located at 275 South Whitewoman Street and on Nov. 19 at Coshocton County Memorial Hospital, located at 1640 Orange Street from 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. The cost is $60 for members and $70 for non-members. Cost includes workbook, instruction, and completion certificate with 1.4 CEUs, prizes, two lunches, and snacks. Topics will include understanding behavioral styles, create and present oral presentations, networking, interviewing skills, negotiating skills, parliamentary procedures, business etiquette, legislation, and media relations. Special emphasis will be placed on public speaking. Contact Marilyn Lauvray at 622-8573 or Deadline is Oct. 22. For more information on BPW, contact Membership Chair Liz Herrell at 294-0199 or at


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Annual Veterans Day Program. Newcomerstown will have their annual Veterans Day program on Friday, Nov. 11 at 2 p.m. in the gymnasium. The Newcomerstown

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Bear-Feet 10K. A benefit for the River View Cross Country Team will be Sunday, Nov. 13 with race time at 9 a.m. and race day registration at 7:30 a.m. at Lake Park Complex. To download a registration, log on to Pre-Registration is $30. Race Day Registration is $35. HS Cross Country Runner is $20. For more information, contact Gwenna Neat at 502-9283 or by e-mail at rvxccoach@gmail. com. Make your reservations for the Saturday night pasta special and the post-10k brunch at The Warehouse in Roscoe Village by calling 622-4001.


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Veterans Honor Guard will post the colors and Mrs. Johnson’s first grade and Mrs. Darr’s kindergarten classes will recite patriotic poems. The entire school will sing patriotic songs. There will be Power Point visuals and flags donated by Annin Flag Company for all veterans and children. Stars in honor and remembrance of East School family members in the service will be on display in the gym. All area veterans are invited to come and enjoy the East School program. East School appreciates your service to our great country.

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This beautiful 1,232 sq/ft ranch style home is move in ready with a large eat in kitchen, living room, three bedrooms, full bath, finished basement with laundry room, family room, full bath, and a two car garage, back deck with an above ground pool. Lot size is 75’ X 112’, Taxes are $1,127.16 per year and will be prorated until the day of closing. Parcel # 0430000565500. Call Auctioneer Paul Bratton 740-327-6331 or Terms: $2,000 nonrefundable down payment day of auction. Balance due at closing in 30 days. No financing contingencies. Bank letter of approval. Any required inspections must be completed prior to bidding. Notes: Property sells first. Estate reserves right to accept or reject finial bid. Auctioneer: Paul Bratton (740-327-6331) License and bonded in favor of Dept. Of Agriculture CONTENTS Furniture: 3 pc. Living suite, 2 recliners, 2 TV’s, Coffee table, End Tables, Curio Cabinet, GE Refrigerator, Sm. Chest freezer, Desk, Queen size bedroom suite, Queen size bed, Two dressers, Patio table w/4 chairs, Cedar chest, Washer, Dryer and much more. Household: Glassware, Baskets, Rugs, Linens, Christmas items, Misc. household items. Gun, Antiques, Jewelry and Collectibles: J Stevens model 238A 20 Ga. Bolt action, 1952, 53,54,55 Cosh. Year books, Jewelry to include diamond ring, Mantle Clock, Childs rocker, Pedestal table w/ 4 chairs, Wash stand, Dan Campanelli painting, Sandy Finnell painting, 2 baby photos w/ original dress, Baby plates, 2 men’s hats 1 Rogers 1 Smiths men shop, 2 min. hats, Chair side out of Roscoe School, Photo Roscoe corner, Photo of original roscoe school, old photos, 1950 Roy Rogers book, 5th edition Boy scout hand book, Child’s books, Spaulding wooden golf clubs, Coshocton/Roscoe map, Roscoe Covenant papers, old deed from R.V. to Finnell, Signed Roscoe footballs, and much more. Car, Tools & Mower: 2001 Chevy Cavalier 60,000 miles, Alum. Ext. ladder, wheel borrow, hand tools, 38” Huskee Lawn Tractor Notes: Lots of Roscoe and Coshocton items. Partial list much, much more not listed we are still unpacking. May be running two rings. Photos at Auctioneer ID #5771 Auctioneer: Paul Bratton Terms: Cash or good check, Items sell as-is, Still un-packing, Partial List Attorney: Randy Pedicord Executor: Dan Finnell Coshocton County Probate # 2110129

Coshocton Common Pleas Court – Divorces/Dissolutions Divorces Jackie L. Vanaman of Coshocton from James Vanaman of Coshocton

10/12 Paul E. Nutter Jr. to Tracy A. Dobbins and Susan B. Dobbins; $20,000 Century National Bank Trustee to Everett A. Watson; $105,000

Marriages: Jack L. Sharier Jr. of Fresno to Tina M. Sharier of Coshocton Henry D. Yoder of Fresno to Susan E. Raber of Coshocton Andrew Jason Newell of Coshocton to Kaycee Ranee Conrad of Coshocton Jesse Robert Hostetler of Coshocton to Brandy Lynn Cox of Coshocton

Land Transfers Exempt from Conveyance Fees 10/7 Charles Edwin Moore, deceased, to Alice S. Moore Edward L. Baker Trust to Century National Bank, a Division of Park National Bank 10/11 Michael J. Moats to Wendy M. Moats Michael J. Moats to Wendy M. Moats Alma A. Miller to Alma A. Miller and Sam E. Miller Lynn A. Spang to Mark W. Spang Pauletta June Crossley, deceased, to Frank J. Crossley Linda A. Sharier to Linda L. and Russell D. Bridges Jerry L. Barker and Jolene M. Barker to Jerry L. Barker and Jolene M. Barker Family Trust Agreement 10/12 Marvin L. Jungling Sr. to Rose Ann Jungling Marvin L. Jungling Sr. to Rose Ann Jungling

Land Transfers: 10/6 Gerald G. Kiner to Andrew T. Zollars; $33,500 Rick L. Shroyer and Shelley M. Shroyer to Michael A. Nezbeth and Chaney M. Nesbeth; $10,000 John Guinther and Sandra Guinther to Troy C. Johnson and Shannon Johnson; $135,500 Jon W. Roemer to Dwight D. Shugert; $525,000 10/7 Starkey A. Lawrence, Guardian of Benjamin F. Wertz to Adam T. Mast, Gregory A. Mast and Penny L. Mast; $90,000 AB Rentals, LLC to Timothy H. Howell; $15,000 William Anthony Darr to Barbara A. Bowland and Roberta A. Dauer; $63,500 Kristopher S. and Shelly L. McCombs to Edward N. Raber; $11,000 Happy Valley Inc. to Larry Nelson; $284,000



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The Coshocton High School Key Club and Coshocton Elks Lodge Charities are hosting a Haunted House in the basement of the lodge on Oct. 21, 22, 28, and 29 from 8 – 11 p.m. and on the 31st from 8 – 10 p.m. The cost is $6 per person with money going into the 501(c3) funds, which contribute to local groups including girl scouts, boy scouts, hoop shoots, and all local schools. Anyone attending under the age of 13 must be accompanied by a parent or guardian. Parking is available across the street for haunted house customers. For more information, call Davonna at 740-202-3175.


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

Kevin’s Used Appliances. Call first 740390-5114. No phone calls after 6pm. No checks. Washer & dryers, ranges & etc. Kitchen and Bath Renovations. Insurance jobs welcome. Kitchen EnCounters. 740-294-9636 FIREWOOD Seasoned Firewood Cherry-Walnut-Oak and other woods. Cut/Split/ Delivered $75 each load. (Will cut to size and length). Great Gift Idea! or Build-up supply for next year! 740-5023657 740-294-0727 GARAGE/YARD SALE 47823 TR 1142, 3miles North on SR83, Friday & Saturday, 21st&22nd, 9-5. Portable dishwasher, electronics, TV, household items, man’s M over coat, man’s XL leather jacket, clothing and misc.

Vintage Estate Sale October 21 & 22, 9-4. 1883 Hall Drive. Kodak Brownie Camera, View Master plus reels, Singer sewing machine, Fenton, Haviland & Bienko china, glassware, records 78 & 33 - Big Band era, sheet music, furniture, desk, collection plates and more. MISC ITEMS NASCAR TICKETS. 4 tickets for the Cup Race at Martinsville, Virginia, Sunday, October 30th, Row 29 in Richard Petty Tower. Face value is $69.30 each and will sell all 4 for $250. 740-622-7357 before 2p.m. MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS Hardesty Guitar Repair & Supplies, by appointment. 740-545-9845 TOOLS Estate Tool Tag Sale. Sat., October 22, 9-2. 331 S. 3rd St. Coshocton. Will entertain offers for the entire lot.

no pets, references required. $425 rent, $400 deposit. Call Kevin BUYING: Black walnut Barrett 740-610-8305 every Saturday from Sept. 17th through No- Roscoe Area, 1 bedvember 5th. We pay room, 2nd floor, off cash $11.00 CWT after street parking, all aphulling. Call 740-824- pliances, gas heat, car4046 leave message. peted, no pets, lease, ref., deposit. 740-622Buying: Boy Scout 6155 patches and memorabilia one patch or entire BUILDINGS collections. Call 740FOR RENT 623-0793 leave message or email scout- Building for large or small campers and boats storage rental. WANTED: Junk ve- $50 a month. 740-622hicles, scrap metal, ap- 0350 pliances, batteries and junk mowers. Also one DUPLEXES time clean up and reFOR RENT moval of rubbish. 740545-5025 Large, 1BR, 1st floor, stove, fridge, clean, APARTMENTS available 1st of NovemFOR RENT ber. Rent $340, deposit $340, 6 mos. lease. 365 AREA RENTAL IN- S 5th Street. CoshocFORMATION. Houses ton. 740-202-2178 and Apartments. Rent or I’ll help you buy! Call HOMES FOR RENT 740-622-9791 today! Keene Twp, nice 3BR 2BR, all appliances, ga- country home, lease & rage, coin op laundry, deposit, no pets. $695 no pets. 740-622-8020 + deposit. Call 330897-5941 2 bedroom apt. nice kitchen, nice bath, washer and dryer hook-up on Main St. Downstairs apartment, WANTED

HOMES FOR SALE REAL ESTATE Will be taking bids on 4.9 acre property with 2-story ranch house, shop, barn. Owner has the right to reject any or all bids. Monday, October 24th at 7:00 p.m. Adrain G. Troyer, 30245 CR236 Fresno, OH 43824 3.7 acres, 4 bedroom, 2 full bathrooms, 2 car garage, many updates, 2 barns. 740-610-5747 Roscoe Village on 3.5 acres, cherry cabinets, 2 1/2 baths, 3 bedrooms, walk-out basement, 3 car garage and workshop. 740-622-6959 AUTOS FOR SALE 1994 Camaro V6, automatic, runs great. $1,500 or best offer. 740-610-5747 Got something you really want to sell!? Put it in front of thousands of readers in The Coshocton County Beacon classifieds!

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