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TriCk or TreaT Times page 2 Junior fair buyers pages 8-11 prairie Chapel CelebraTes anniversary page 20 ClassifieD page 27

This edition of The Beacon published in memory of U.S. Navy Builder CPO Raymond J. Border


These contestants in the second annual Parktoberfest chili cook-off stepped away from their pots of chili for a quick photo. The event was Saturday, Oct. 22 at the River View Park in Warsaw and sponsored by the River View Park Board. Front row, l - r: Adam Fischer, Vicci Harper, Chrissie Fischer, Debra Richards, David McCabe. Back row: Dr. Phil Prater, Lisa Berry, Michael Varns, Jerry Parks and Steve Prosek. More details on page 3 BeACOn PHOTO By MARk FORTune


“Shining a Positive Light on Coshocton County”

at Coshocton Christian Tabernacle

Signups are now through November 10th Evaluations are Nov. 5th from 9-1 and Nov. 10th from 5-8 Applications can be picked up at church office from 9am til 2pm Monday, Wednesday & Friday If you have any questions call 622-4133 ext. 221 or 622-4307

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10-30-1966 – 10-28-2006

We’ve been without you for five years now. It’s been extremely difficult to get on with life without you. You have three little beautiful grandchildren here now that we know you would love dearly. We still love and miss you so much! Love, your wife Shelly, your kids: Chris, Kayla and Karlee, your mom Betty, your dad Vic, who we know is with you now, and all your family & friends.


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Marczewski Law Office....3 Medben ...........................12 Mercantile on Main ...........5 Mercer, Steve, Mayor.......1 Miller’s Storage Barn......14 Milligan Memorials............6 Mission Auto Connection...................28 Mohawk Country Store..19 Mosier Computer...............7 Olde Town Realty Deb Myers...........................26 Olde Town Realty Marc Lacy..............................24 Olde Town Realty Paul Bratton ..................25, 26 Presbyterian Church..........3 Route 5 Auto Sales.........17 Schumaker Farms...........19 Seton Coshocton ............12 Shelby Theatre..................2 Sprint Print Marketing Media ...........................22 St. John’s United Church of Christ..............................2 The Garden Gate...............3 Village Motors.................17 Walhonding Valley Sand and Gravel...........................14 Wells Fargo Advisors.........5 Windsorwood Place...........6


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only things that didn’t come Retail Shop Closing October 29th from Ohio are the pork, it came from Quebec, Canada, Historic Roscoe Village The and the maple syrup, it came 740-622-8640 from a small family farm in Wisconsin where they’ve been harvesting sap and The Presbyterian Church making maple syrup for over is sponsoring eighty years. I enjoy the focus on farms and organic, nothing Trunk n’ Treat unnatural in it. I developed my Thurs., October 27th • 5-6:30pm own recipe by researching. on 4th St. between Chestnut & Main Streets I entered thanks to Steve Trunks of cars will be decorated Prosek, who goaded me into with treats inside. this competition by telling me that I couldn’t beat him, so All trick-or-treaters welcome! it’s a throw down.” Games Available family Time Trase, Travin, Toni and Tru Berry enjoyed some chili and Steve Prosek, who Open to the Community a gorgeous autumn day at the Parktoberfest chili cook-off at River View was a repeat chili cookPark on Saturday, Oct. 22. Toni said that, “number two (which ended up off contestant, said, “Well, being the winner) is my favorite so far”. BeACOn PHOTO By MARk the competition is that she N. Fourth & Chestnut Streets (on the square) FORTune (Debra) stooped pretty low • (740) 622-0486 this year by naming her chili Nine contestants vied for the title of “best chili” after me, saying that it’s “Better than Steve’s”. during the second annual Parktoberfest chili That’s her chili name but we’ll let the voters cook-off held Saturday, Oct. 22 at the River decide. My chili has a secret sauce, “Uncle View Park. The event was sponsored by the Bill’s”, that’s from my own uncle; it’s his own River View Park Board to raise funds for the barbecue sauce that he makes out of the garden. park. It can’t be duplicated. Everyone is saying that With homemade chili recipes ranging from it’s a tough decision. I tasted all nine (chili) and hot to mild and just about everything in between, I wouldn’t want to be a voter.” you could sample all nine chili entries for $5 and then cast your vote for the best chili. When the This new ministry will begin contest votes were tallied, first place and $100 Beacon Bicentennial Bits went to Debra Harper of Lebanon, Ohio, Adam SUNDAY, OCTOBER 30th #77 First Donation Fischer of Warsaw took second and David The Coshocton Rotary Club made its first donation GRACE UNITED METHODIST McCabe of Coshocton grabbed third place. to the Dollars for Scholars fund in April of 1970. CHURCH CHAPEL Harper donated her winnings back to the park. Mayor S.G. Wharton of Coshocton had announced Jesse Fischer, President of the River View 422 WALNUT STREET that April 5 – April 11 had now become Citizens Park Board, said, “We couldn’t be happier Scholarship Foundation Week. Wharton signed the with how the weather turned out today. The SUNDAY SCHOOL AT 10:00 A.M. proclamation after been approached by Edward weather leading up to this all week had a lot Thomson, general chairman of the Dollars for WORSHIP SERVICE AT 9:30 A.M. of us wringing our hands, but it’s a perfect day Scholars campaign. The mayor urged the support for it, a nice crisp, autumn day, we’ve got a fire of the community because the future of the country David and Vicki Carpenter will going, we have nine cooks here, and we have depended on the education of the youth, and with minister to this faith community. over thirty-six gallons of chili. We had sponsors the skyrocketing price of attaining a higher We joyfully welcome all deaf, hard that provided cash prizes this year; the winner education, fewer youth were furthering their gets $100 and that was sponsored by Corner of hearing and hearing persons. education. The first contribution was made by the Auto Parts, Russell’s Hardware, Fischer Funeral Coshocton Rotary for $200. Home and Knob Hill Designs. Second place gets a $50 prize and that came from Shopwise here in Warsaw and we have a special third place prize sponsored by Fischer Funeral Home. “We have three repeats from last year in the chili contest and a half dozen new ones. It’s • Personal & Small Business really interesting to see the level of competition • Call for Free Publication “The 10 Most Common involved in this. Steve Prosek, who is at serving Questions about Bankruptcy” station number one, and Debra Richards, who • Stop Creditor Harassment, Repossession, is serving station two, labeled her chili, “Better than Steve’s”. So that’s made it interesting. 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mark’s musings

I cannot begin to For those that suffered provide even a small through watching the glimpse into the life of Browns huge “victory” U.S. Navy Builder Chief on Sunday, I have Petty Officer Raymond respect for you. I think I Border, who was killed would have fallen asleep by an explosive device in my bowl of porridge. in Afghanistan last But it was a win. week. This column I heard one of cannot do justice in the talking heads on even a small way to the television say that family and their loss. Our the United Nations mark forTune nation, the West Lafayette was upset by the “tragic and violent” death of Libyan thug community and Coshocton County Muammar Gadaffi. Wow. Did I lost a brave man last week with actually hear those words uttered his loss. Closer to home and more about another of the world’s most important to know, parents Craig despised leaders? It just goes to show and Julie Border of West Lafayette that if you read and watch and listen lost a son, his two children, daughter you will understand just how twisted Shelva, 10, son, Donovan, 12, lost a some people in this world really are. brave father, fiancée Terrence Boyd Of course, they wanted to put him on lost her future husband, her three trial and spend millions of dollars of children lost a father to be, brother Holden and sister Shanna lost their U.S. taxpayer money. I think not. For those that doubted the sibling and extended family members physicality or the mental aptitude all lost someone they loved. Border of former Florida star quarterback – was a 1999 graduate of Ridgewood and Christian – Tim Tebow, I would High School, previously served in imagine you have found some new Iraq and was on his second tour in respect for this young man. They Afghanistan. He served his country said he wasn’t up to the standards of proudly. U.S. Navy Builder Chief being a NFL quarterback – tell that Petty Officer Craig Border is a true to the Seattle Seahawks. I think this hero, setting an example that we guy is going to be a star in the NFL. who live in Coshocton County can He has the heart and the character be proud of. Please say a prayer for and a “believe in me” attitude, which everyone in his family. Our prayers, will take him much farther than most hearts and sympathy go out to all of of his peers in our opinion. Go Mr. you. Tebow. Parents, this is the type of professional athlete that our kids should want to emulate – instead of some trash talking, gutter mouthed “star” that gets a lot of television time due to ranting and raving or tattoos.

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The education of a child is something that will help ensure his or her success in the world. A good education cannot be taken away from a person. It is theirs for life. The Coshocton City Schools’ 4.9 mil levy, which is on the ballot this year, is a renewal levy. It is not an

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additional tax. You have supported it before. The passage of this levy will provide a continuation of the opportunity for a good education for every child in the Coshocton City Schools. Be sure to vote YES on Nov. 8, election day.

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hall of horror Mike Williamson places costume makeup on his son, Brodie, prior to the Oct. 21 opening of the Hall of Horror haunted house. The fundraising event, hosted by RD Promotions, features a dozen scenes throughout the youth Building at the Coshocton County Fairgrounds. The event will continue 7:30 - 10:30 p.m. Oct. 28-30. Proceeds from the $6 admission goes to the restoration of a 4-H barn on the grounds. PHOTO COnTRiBuTeD TO THe BeACOn The Beacon wants your opinion! Have an opinion or want to comment on something you’ve read in The Beacon? Please email Mark Fortune at: The Coshocton County Beacon is now accepting Letters to the Editor! Be sure to include your first and last name. Emailing your Letter to the Editor in Microsoft Word format is preferred. The Beacon reserves the right to edit, refuse or otherwise reject any letter that is deemed inappropriate or offensive to our readers. No more than 500 words please. Please have your letter turned in by noon on Friday.

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Warsaw Park, West Lafayette Parks, and the City of Coshocton Parks & Recreation will each receive $25,000 per year of the levy income.

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Each of the smaller parks in the county; Bakersville, Conesville, Nellie, McElwee Park, Plainfield and Tiverton Township will receive $600 per year of the levy income. Paid for by The Friends of the Parks, P.O. Box 104, Coshocton, Ohio 43812

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The Coshocton Towne Centre is pleased to announce the categories for awards for the upcoming Bicentennial Christmas Parade. They are as follows: Best Commercial Float, Best Non-Commercial Float; Most Original and Most Unusual, The Queen’s Choice selected by current Bicentennial Canal Festival Queen Cassidy Meek, Best Use of Lights, Best Christmas Theme, Best Walking Unit, Best Horse Drawn Unit, Best Mounted Unit and Best Motorized Unit. The Judge’s Choice will be awarded to the Best Overall entry. 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. 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 WTNS Radio. The parade committee is accepting calls at 622-1806 if you would like to have the entry form mailed to you. The deadline to submit the entry form is Monday, Nov. 7. Please return the entry form to Coshocton Towne Centre, PO Box 795, Coshocton, Ohio 43812 or fax the entry to 740-622-8460. As before, cookies and hot chocolate will be available before and after the parade. Those wishing to donate cookies for the event may drop their donations off to Wilson Carpet and Furniture or Roma’s Gift Gallery.



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Lucas McCoy, a senior at River View High School, loves the outdoors. He enjoys hunting, fishing, and working with his hands. But his life changed instantly on July 24 while swimming with family and friends. As he dove into the pool, Lucas broke his neck and shattered his vertebrae. After emergency surgery to save his life and several weeks in the hospital, Lucas is home and according to his family, he is doing pretty good, but is now paralyzed. Out of that tragedy, the community of Warsaw has come together to support Lucas and his family. As the school administration was deciding to do a fundraiser for Lucas, Senior Class President Shawn Walters, who has known Lucas since 5th grade, approached Principal Chuck Rinkes, and said that the Senior Class Officers had decided to have a 5K Run with all proceeds going to help Lucas and his family. “Lucas is a good kid,” said Rinkes. “He has a great attitude about this whole situation. When I hear other kids talk about having bad days or they have a bad attitude about the situation they’re in or may not be a very good day for them and they’re kind of down in the dumps, he’s kind of one to point to and say, look at the situation he’s in, look at the attitude he has. It makes their day not look so gloom and doom. He’s been a sense of encouragement for other kids.” The 5K Walk/Run/Roll for Recovery for

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WHAT: 5K Run/Walk/Roll for Recovery FOR: Lucas McCoy, senior at River View WHEN: Saturday, Oct. 29 WHERE: Lake Park Complex TIME: 10 a.m. COST: Adults - $25 Students - $20 Lucas McCoy will be Saturday, Oct. 29 at 10 a.m. at Lake Park. As of Thursday, Oct. 20, 179 people have pre-registered and Walters said that number is growing every day. There will also be registration the day of the event at Lake Park. Cost for adults is $25 and cost for students is $20. In addition to the 5K Run, the school administration is selling bracelets for $2 that say ‘RVHS Lucas McCoy Strength-HopeDetermination’. “That’s kind of been the mantra of what he has gone through and what we hope will be his recovery, for strength, hope and determination, not only for himself, but for all of us to help him,” said Rinkes. The school ordered 500 bracelets, and they were sold out in less than a week. Another 500 bracelets have arrived and will be on sale throughout the 5K Run. A portion of the proceeds from the Student Council’s annual bake sale will also go to Lucas. As of Thursday, Oct. 20, the community has raised $5,500, and Principal Rinkes has no doubt that number will reach $7,000. This money includes donations, participants who have preregistered, and sponsors from local business and individuals, who will have their name printed on a t-shirt available to all participants who have pre-registered. “I appreciate what people have already done,” said Joanne Nys, Lucas’ mother, “Our friends and family and people that don’t even know us have donated.” Lucas is slowly starting to come back to school. He comes to school two days a week for half a day and then goes to the Dodd Research Hospital at Ohio State for rehabilitation three days a week. For those who would like to donate but cannot come to the event, please send donations to Lucas McCoy Fund/ P.O. Box 386/Warsaw, Ohio 43844. Donations are welcome and appreciated.

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Running enthusiasts of all ages were joined by families, hospital employees and community members at the Coshocton Hospital 5K Run / Walk on Saturday morning. Despite the chill in the air, runners exclaimed that, “It’s perfect running weather”. Several Coshocton Hospital employees volunteered to hand out t-shirts, register runners, provide words of encouragement to friends and colleagues and direct runners on the course. Following the race, they handed out bananas, water and prizes. Sherry Kirkpatrick, who runs in most, if not all, local races, said, “I just like to come out and support the local causes, it’s just a great way for the organizations to raise quite a bit of money sponsoring the 5K’s, they’re getting to be very popular. You also get some good exercise.” Kirkpatrick said that, “It’s actually truly perfect weather for running.” Stacy McFarland said with a smile, “I don’t run as much as Sherry but I enjoy the exercise and getting to race. I think it’s great that the hospital does this.” Doug Bennett, director of pharmacy at Coshocton Hospital, who was participating with daughter Abby, said he was, “Looking forward to hopefully finishing”. Abby won the nine year old age division in 2010. “She’s going to push Dad, to see how Dad can do”, said Doug, “I think it’s great to get out and be a part of the community and just go out and have fun.” Abby said, I hope I win”, and she was looking forward to the race. Seth Peterson, IT director at the hospital, said, “It’s a chilly, but beautiful morning and we have 123 participants ready to race. We do this to promote health and wellness. It’s not a fund-raiser or anything like that. I think about a third of our runners are hospital employees and we have a number of hospital volunteers out on the course and helping. The registration fee goes to cover the expenses of the race.” MaryEllen Given, director of marketing at Coshocton Hospital, said, “A critical element of healthcare is wellness. We love seeing people get out there and being healthy and enjoying an active lifestyle.” “We’re just doing all we can to help promote that”, said Peterson.



Participants in the Coshocton Hospital 5k Run / Walk begin the race on Saturday morning, Oct. 22. The race started at 8 a.m. and each participant received a free t-shirt. Trophies were awarded for the top three male and female times in each age division. Overall winners won a one year membership to kids America. BeACOn PHOTO By

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Buyer was MFM Building Products. Pictured l to r; Buyer was the employees of kraft Foods. Pictured l Bob Olinger and kyler Johnson of Leaps ‘n Bounds to r; Bryce Duncan of Ridgerunners 4-H Club, kraft 4-H Club. The reserve champion rabbit sold for $450. Foods employees; Pam Addy, Jody Wright and Cathy Williamson. The reserve champion dairy feeder sold for $3,000.

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iGA. Pictured l to r; Beccy Porteus and Sandy Jones of Century national Bank, Austin Raber of Cool keene kids 4-H Club, Brett Bantum and Mark Cutshall of Bakers iGA. The reserve champion market chicken sold for $700.

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nanci and Sheriff Tim Rogers and The Home Loan Savings Bank. Pictured l to r; Tom Conidi and kyle Hamilton of The Home Loan Savings Bank, kendra Walsh of Millfork Valley 4-H Club, nanci Rogers and Sheriff Tim Rogers. The grand champion wether goat sold for $1,600.

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The 2011 Junior Fair Auction Buyer’s List will appear in the November 2 edition of The Coshocton County Beacon. Please watch next week’s issue for a complete list of buyers. Thank you to everyone that supported the 2011 Coshocton County Junior Fair Auction!


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Buyer north Star Metals. Pictured l to r; Allie McCoy, Cal- was Todd Drown, Attorney at Law. Pictured l to r; Atlie Wright of Winner 4-H Club and Bill Birney of north torney Todd Drown with Hayden Davis of White eyes Star Metals. The grand champion market hog sold for Livestock. The grand champion turkey sold for $1,300. $1,450.


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Health Care Services of Coshocton County announced that it has been named a “HomeCare Elite 2011 Top 500 Agency in the United States”. Now in its sixth year, the HomeCare Elite identifies the top 25 percent of agencies and further highlights the top 100 and top 500 agencies overall. Winners are ranked by an analysis of performance measures in quality outcomes, quality improvement, and financial performance. “It is increasingly challenging to manage the cost/quality equation,” said Amanda Tiss, CEO

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of OCS and My Innerview, “The 2011 HomeCare Elite winners demonstrate a commitment to providing patients with the best possible care while managing their business effectively. This year, we updated our methodology to reflect industry focus and, based on this rigorous analysis, we congratulate Health Services of Coshocton County on being one of the top 500 home care agencies in the county.” Barb Emmons, Executive Director of Health Services of Coshocton County, credits the Board of Directors and entire staff with the company’s ability to rank as a Top 500 Agency. According to Emmons, “This does not happen with just good nurses or just a good office staff. It takes everyone at our agency focusing on giving their very best for the benefit of our clients. Given the difficult economic times, it can be a challenge. But we continue to base decisions on what is the right thing to do for our patients.” The 2011 HomeCare Elite is the only performance recognition of its kind in the home health industry. The 2011 HomeCare Elite is brought to the industry by OCS HomeCare, the leading provider of homecare information, and DecisionHealth, publisher of the industry’s most respected independent newsletter, Home Health Line and the Complete Home Health ICD-9CM Diagnoses Coding Manual. The data used for this analysis were compiled from publicly available information. The entire list of the 2011 HomeCare Elite agencies can be viewed by visiting the OCS HomeCare Web site at www. Health Services of Coshocton County is a non-profit which serves Coshocton County and surrounding areas and provides home health, hospice, D.D. waiver, telehealth, extra care private duty, palliative care, and passport services.

Respected Employers, The Romig Agency & MedBen of Newark, Ohio cordially invite you to our Coshocton Partners Program. This program will be centered around the Partners Community Health Plan of Southeast Ohio. With the buy-in from local hospitals and a local network provider we have the ability to offer a high-performing group medical product at a cost-effective price point. Where: Roberta’s – 51 Pine St. Coshocton When: Nov. 3rd at Noon - Lunch Will Be Served RSVP: - 740-891-8200 The Romig Agency • P.O. Box 693 • Coshocton, OH 43812

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October 29th, 1951 With Halloween only two days away, the Coshocton Tribune wanted to make sure their readers were safe from any ghouls, witches or pranksters that might come knocking on their door. So they published some Halloween tips to keep their readers safe. Some of the tips were as follows: Keep unwanted ghosts away by draping small trees with sheets. The ghosts will think your house is already haunted and will move on. Keep a wooden dog in the yard to scare away witches’ cats because we all know that real dogs are just as afraid of witches’ cats as humans are. Distract children bent on soaping your windows with donuts dangling from the roof and be sure to install a rooftop radar that can detect flying broomsticks.


October 29th, 1971 Marlene Woods of Coshocton won three prizes at the Ohio State Grange needlework contest in Toledo. She won first place for a knitted boy’s sweater, first place for a pillow done in Swedish weaving, and third place for knitted mittens. Her first place items were to be entered into the national competition on Nov. 8. She was also the first place winner in 1970 for a knitted adult’s sweater. Mrs. Woods was self-taught and taught classes at the YWCA in knitting and crocheting. She had also given a six-week class on knitting, crocheting, and embroidering to sixth-grade girls at Pleasant Valley.

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November 1, 1961 Although it didn’t feel like Halloween with its spring-like temperatures, hundreds of county residents lined Main Street in Coshocton to watch the annual Halloween parade sponsored by the Coshocton JayCees. Participating in the parade were the Coshocton and Three Rivers bands, new model cars, one carrying Carolyn Thompson, Coshocton’s homecoming queen, and many masked children and adults. First, second and third place prizes were awarded to people wearing the most original, funniest, and weirdest costume. The grand prize was won by Suzanne Boyd and Sam Burrell whose costumes were made from Coshocton Tribune newspapers.



October 26th, 1981 The River View Lady Bears had won the prestigious Franklin Heights Invitational by defeating Reynoldsburg in the championship game. Earlier, they had whipped Dublin and St. Francis DeSales and had an 18-2 overall win-loss in the season. Coach Cathy Seipel was very pleased with her team’s effort throughout their season. She commented that the victory at the Invitational was a team effort and that everyone on the team had a chance to play. In the game against Reynoldsburg, the Bears were down 12-5 but came through in the end for the win. All information was obtained from microfilm of the Coshocton Tribune at the Coshocton County Library.

The Coshocton Soil and Water Conservation District held their 69th Annual Banquet at the Coshocton County Career Center Thursday evening, Oct. 20. 145 area residents and special guests were in attendance. A baked steak dinner served by the Fresno Methodist Church preceded the meeting. The Ohio Soil & Water Conservation Commission held an election of two supervisors elected to the Coshocton SWCD Board of Supervisors. Adrian Garber and David Lapp were elected and will serve a three year term starting Jan.1, 2012. Ken Smailes, local radio ouTsTanDing ConservaTion farmer of The year personality was the evening’s David Lapp presents Leon and karen Locke with the 2011 Outstandguest speaker. Mr. Smailes shared ing Conservation Farmer of the year Award BeACOn PHOTO By his love of local history focusing MARk FORTune on Coshocton’s Bicentennial and so just on the conservation part and my Dad did it urged citizens to continue the momentum, saying, “Don’t let it end with 2011, before that in the 1950’s and 1960’s. We’ve got a lot of history trying to do the best for the farm let’s keep the enthusiasm going.” Coshocton SWCD sponsored the Coshocton and keep the land for the next generation. We County Junior Fair Hay Show and recognized really appreciate this, it’s an ongoing thing. It’s the winners at the 2011 County Fair – Alfalfa not something that happens in a little bit. We’re Hay – Clinton Hedrick, son of Dale and Kim glad we can be a part of helping conserve.” Leon said, “I enjoy keeping things up and Hedrick, River View FFA; Clover Hay – building the fences, I really enjoy that and taking Michaela Greten, daughter of Mike and Kerrie care of the sheep and the rest of the animals, just Greten, This-N-That 4-H; Grass Hay and Light keeping things looking good.” Mixed Hay – Kurt Wyler, son of John and Ronald Carroll was recognized as the Annette Wyler, Ridgewood FFA; and Mixed winner of the Coshocton SWCD’s 2011 Big Tree Hay (Heavy) – Jenna Wyler, daughter of John and Annette Wyler, White Eyes Livestock 4-H. Contest. The winning “Big Tree” was a Maple Winners received a Rosette and $10 cash award which measured 19’9” in circumference with a vertical height of 74’ and an average crown for attending the banquet. Coshocton Soil and Water Conservation spread of 77’. The winner of the Mystery Photo Contest District announced the 2011 Outstanding which was part of the SWCD’s display at the Conservation Farmer of the Year Award which Coshocton County Fair was Gerald Hothem. went to Karen and Leon Locke. The Locke’s Gerald was among 18 winning entries received. farm 460 acres in New Castle Township and the farm has been in Karen’s family for over The mystery photo was of the David Apple Farm 100 years. Locke farms has maintained a located on County Road 5 in Oxford Township. The meeting adjourned after door prizes flock of over 300 ewes for more than 20 years. were drawn compliments of Coshocton SWCD, Conservation practices on the farm include Alan Donaker Surveying, Auer Ace Hardware, grassed waterways, 2 spring developments, Baker’s IGA, Buehler’s, Century National Pipeline with 15 complete watering facilities for Bank, Coshocton County Auditor Sandra Corder, livestock, fencing and prescribed grazing. Karen Coshocton County Clerk of Courts Janet Mosier, and Leon have hosted educational events at their farm including a SWCD grazing workshop Coshocton County Commissioners Gary Fischer, in 2007. They are members of the Ohio Farm D. Curtis Lee and Dane Shryock, Coshocton Bureau, Karen is a lifetime member of the Ohio County Sheriff Tim Rogers, Coshocton County Sheep Improvement Association while Leon Treasurer Janette Donaker, Coshocton Yard, is a 40 year members of the Lions Club. They Crowtown Pizza, Earl’s Dari Drive-in, English are both longtime 4-H Advisors and lifelong Ivy, Farm Credit Services, Frontier Power members of the Walhonding Rube Band. Karen Company, Hahn Oil Inc., Medberry Marketplace, and Leon attend the Nellie Chapel United Pearl Valley Cheese, Peggy Sue’s Steak and Methodist Church and have 4 children and 8 Ribs, SportZone of Coshocton, Chris Sycksgrandchildren. Congratulations to the Karen and Chief Deputy Auditor of Coshocton County, Leon Locke for being named 2011 Outstanding TMK Bakersville, and Warehouse Steak N Stein. Conservation Farm of the Year. Karen Locke said of the award, “It’s quite an honor. We’ve worked at it for about 10 years or

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Central Ohio Technical College (COTC) unveiled a portrait of Coshocton visionaries, the late Edward and Frances Montgomery on Thursday evening, Oct. 20. The portrait hangs above the fireplace 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.

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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. Kathy Thomas, who owns The Loft Studio in Zanesville, and is a former resident of Coshocton, said, “I was very, very honored to do this. This is my second painting of the Montgomery’s and I was certainly honored that they (COTC) asked me to do it. I know Mr. and Mrs. Montgomery would be pleased with where their portrait hangs.



only one photograph in existence and I changed the background and the clothing. I think it worked out well. I’m very pleased.” “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.

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honoring the late edward and Frances Montgomery on Thursday evening, Oct. 27. The portrait hangs above the fireplace in the Montgomery Hall parlor. L to r are; Melanie Bolender, COTC Coshocton campus administrator, kathy Thomas, artist, and COTC President Dr. Bonnie L. Coe, Ph.D. BeACOn PHOTO By

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required formal meetings that instructors must host each school year. Advisory committee members’ roles are to provide advice and learning experiences that make the programs more robust. They validate plans, and often provide advice on industry events and education opportunities for Career Center staff and students. May serve as judges for local competitions and arrange for field trips or guest speakers to make the program and what it offers more competitive and “real-world” for students. Tuesday evening, over 85 guests enjoyed a delicious dinner, prepared by the school’s Culinary Arts team. They were given an update on the school’s performance measures, met their program’s student ambassadors and were introduced to the lobo legenD honoreD Coshocton County Joint Vo- school’s 2011 Lobo Legend, David Kadri. cational District school board Vice President Dan Hothem Kadri was presented the coveted [center] presents the 2011 Lobo Legend award to Mr. David community patron award for his many years kadri, West Lafayette Village Administrator, for his 20+ years of service to the IT Tech Prep Electronics of service to the school’s electronics program. Observing is program. Kadri has served as an advisor iT Tech Prep electronics program instructor Steve ervin. to the program for over 20 years. Before PHOTO COnTRiBuTeD TO THe BeACOn Kadri retired from General Electric, as an engineer, he worked closely with the Advisors of the Coshocton County Career program, providing equipment and supplies and Center’s eleven career-tech programs convened in the school Tuesday, Oct. 20, to validate and guidance. Kadri has also served as a judge for offer planning assistance for each program’s both Electronics and other student competitions, plans for the 2011-2012 school year. The dinner contributed to fundraisers and made donations meeting, which occurs annually, is one of two to the student newspaper, and helped with the school’s annual Open House.

Kadri was presented the 2011 Lobo Legend award by school board vice-president, Dan Hothem. Guest enjoyed a delicious dinner prepared by Mr. Mike Cichon and the very talented members of his Culinary Arts program. This year’s dinner included an assortment of delicious appetizers, salad, a choice of soup and vegetables that accompanied two entrees that were offered: braised chicken and apple cider pork loin. A large and creative assortment of desserts was also offered.

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The Coshocton City School District joins school districts and transporting agencies throughout Ohio and the nation in celebrating the importance of National School Bus Safety Week. This year’s theme, “Be Aware – Know the Danger Zone”, reminds students to be cautious any time they must cross the street. Students need to cross where they can be seen by the bus driver and also need to watch for traffic. The greatest risk to our children is when they are outside the school bus. Student injuries and fatalities occur as a result of motorists who attempt to pass a stopped school bus with red warning lights while students load or unload. Nearly one million Ohio students ride on school buses each day, and over 15,000 bus drivers are dedicated to providing safe transportation for children in the state. National studies show school buses are the safest method for transporting young people, up to 22 times safer than passenger cars. “Ensuring the safety of students as they enter and exit the bus is crucial,” said Dr. Dave Hire, Superintendent, “We are training our bus drivers to be cautious, but we need help from parents to make sure they watch for school buses stopped to load and unload children. No issue is so urgent that motorists cannot wait for a school bus.” Ohio Revised Code 4511.75 requires motorists to stop for a school bus any time it has stopped to load or unload. In Ohio, those buses will display red flashing lights as well as a stop sign on the side of the bus. Motorists may not resume motion until the school bus has resumed motion. Bus drivers in Ohio are required to file reports with law enforcements when motorists pass them. In some communities, cameras are being used to facilitate this reporting.




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The Walk to End Alzheimer’s was held at Kids America on Saturday, Oct. 22 with activities for kids and adults alike. Kids could color and paint pumpkins while adults participated in a silent auction, live auction and heard guest speaker Rick Phelps, who is a Coshocton County resident, talk about Alzheimer’s and the impact it is having on his life and family. Phelps was diagnosed with Early Onset Alzheimer’s Disease in June 2010. A commemorative walk on the track was also part of the events. Cindy Baker, who is the community development coordinator with the Greater East Ohio area chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association, said, “The Walk to End Alzheimer’s, which is going on today, is the Alzheimer’s Association largest fund-raising event and is held every year. It is a nationwide event so there are thousands of people across the nation doing this today. In our 17 county coverage area we have eight walks every fall. This is the last one and the only one indoors and we love that. “We couldn’t do this without the local community, I love coming here and I love this community. There is a lot of great involvement whether it’s facilities or individuals. We have a wonderful collaboration of committee members.

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The Walk to end Alzheimer’s was held at kids America on Saturday, Oct. 22. The annual event is held to raise funds for Alzheimer’s research. A benefit auction was part of the activities with items donated or handmade by local volunteers. Committee member Ralph Myers (l) is pictured with Greg Randles, who was the high bidder on this beautiful Ohio State table, hand crafted by Bob Boyd. BeA-



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vicklynds store open for business The Vicklynds Conesville Store located at 500 Marquand Avenue in Conesville has reopened for business. Oweners Lyndsie Eizensmits and Vicki Giffin said that they have both grown up in the area and wanted to have the opportunity to give back and reopen the Conesville Store. They said that Conesville has been without a store for over a year, so it will be convenient to the village to not have to run into town for necessary items. Workers from local factories can also stop in and order lunch. Vicklynds is a convenience store that provides deli meats, beer, soda, tobacco and snacks. They also have a pizzeria where they

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It felt almost like a friendly, fun-filled Christmas party at the Roscoe United Methodist Church’s annual Holiday Bazaar on Thursday, Oct. 20. Visitors walking in from out of the rain were greeted with a warm, inviting environment with candles glowing, a Christmas tree all decked out for the holidays, and soft Christmas music playing in the background. Roscoe has offered their bazaar for more than 30 years. This year may have possibly been one of their best as they expanded from the gymnasium into the foyer of the church. The many tables were filled with all kinds of baked goods, candles, bracelets, different-themed gift baskets, books from The Used Bookworm, a trash to treasure section, Ohio State decorations, and many more items to choose from. “You can smell Christmas, you can hear it, you can feel it, you can taste it,” Bee Lehner, cochairperson of the bazaar said. “It makes it a lot more personal.” Bee said that they had a lot of people come to the bazaar and that most items were flying off the shelves. There were five tables of baked goods, and by 1 p.m., they were down to one; there had been 14 different gift baskets made, which had dwindled to only five left, and Bee had made 19 grave saddles, with only one left within an hour of opening. The Roscoe United Methodist Church even offered a Breakfast Boutique in the morning and served coffee, tea, and pastries for donation only to get people into the spirit of Christmas.



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Ladies Night Out. Ladies Night Out, sponsored by the Coshocton County Memorial Hospital’s cancer support group, will be Wednesday, Oct. 26 from 6 – 8 p.m. at the Coshocton County Career Center on County Road 621. Admission is $1 and this includes a ticket for door prizes, which will be given out every few minutes. There will be homemade crafts of all kinds, baked goods, candy, jelly purses, candles and party plan consultants from several home party plans.

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.

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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 will be a wonderful selection of homemade crafts, Christmas decorations, baked goods and homemade chocolates, pre-decorated Christmas trees, jewelry, Tupperware and Tastefully Simple consultants will be there and many festive items to make your holiday sparkle. Lunch will be available while you shop and there is plenty of parking for all. Come join the fun at Christmas in the Country. Stop and Shop. The Montessori Pre-School will be Tuesday, Nov. 15 from 5 – 8 p.m. at the Presbyterian Church located at Chestnut and 4th Street in the Fellowship Hall. You can shop with private crafters, home party businesses, bake sales, and a silent auction. All proceeds from the bake sale and silent auction go to Montessori. Representatives from Pampered Chef, My Thirty-One Gifts and Mary Kay cosmetics will be there.

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Three Rivers Bluegrass Music. Three Rivers Bluegrass music performs on the 4th Saturday of each month at the Agents Realty and Auction Services Building. Admission is $5 per person and there is no charge for children 12 and under. Food and beverages will be served starting at 5 p.m. furnished by Relay for Life team Alana. The featured band performs each month from 7 – 9 p.m. and the acoustic jam follows from 9:15 – 11 p.m. The featured band for November 26 is Bluegrass 409 Bluegrass Band.

Announcements 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.

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. Toy Chest Accepting Applications. Coshocton Co. Firefighter’s Toy Chest will be accepting applications for low income families needing assistance with Christmas toys on Nov. 8 from 9 a.m. – Noon and Nov. 9 from Noon- 3 p.m. at the Coshocton Co. Services Building Room 145 located at 724 S. 7th St, Coshocton. Donations of new toys are being accepted at Coshocton Fire Dept. and Walhonding Valley Fire District HEAP Applications Available. Applications are available at the Coshocton Senior Center for the Home Energy Assistance Program. HEAP is a federally funded program designed to help eligible Ohioans meet their winter heating costs. Assistance is available at the Center or for those unable to stop in, an inhome visit can be scheduled. Please call the Center at 622-4852 Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. to schedule an appointment.

Benefits 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

Church Events Christmas Castle Sign Up. Christmas Castle and Christmas Food Sign Up will be 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, Social Security cards for everyone in the household, proof of all income and proof of expenses (etc.: current utility bills). Applications taken at 219 N 4th Street, Coshocton, Gymnasium Entrance. There will not be any additional days for the application to be filled out. Trunk n’ Treat. The Presbyterian Church will be having a trunk n’ treat on Oct. 27 from 5 – 6:30 p.m. on 4th Street between Chestnut and Main. Trunks of cars will be decorated with treats inside. All trick-ortreaters welcome. Games will be available. 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.

Community Calendar 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.

Apple Butter Stir. Keene United Methodist Church will be having its annual apple butter stir with a soup luncheon and rummage sale on Saturday, Oct. 29. Proceeds from luncheon and rummage sale will be for their Relay for Life team. Rummage sale will be from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. and the luncheon will be from 11 a.m. – 3 p.m.

Quiet Love. The Coshocton Christian Tabernacle will be presenting Quiet Love, a presentation of The Gospel with contemporary Christian Music on Oct. 30 at 10 a.m. Visit for more information.

good used clothing, will be available and homemade soups, sandwiches, pies and cakes will be served from 11 a.m. – 7 p.m. All proceeds go to local missions. 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 jellies, jams, salsa, relishes and candy. A complete menu for lunch will be served including vegetable soup, sandwiches, noodles, potato salad, and pies.

Holiday Bazaar. The Holiday Bazaar at the Grace United Methodist Church on the corner of Walnut and 4th Streets will be Friday, Nov. 4 from 9:30 a.m. – 7 p.m. Many crafts, gifts, and holiday treats,

Monday, Oct. 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. Wednesday, Oct. 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. 26: Books Galore Book Store: Coshocton Public Library; The Friends of the Library used book store in the library basement has books, magazines, movies, audio books, and more, all at rock-bottom prices. Open to the public every Monday from 3 – 6 p.m. and Wednesday and Saturday from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. Call 622-0956 for information. Wednesday, Oct. 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.

Tuesday, Nov. 1: 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. Tuesday, Nov. 1: Preschool Story Time: Coshocton Public Library; Children 3 - 5 years old are invited to Preschool Story Time every Wednesday from 10:30 11 a.m. Register by calling 622-0956.

Wednesday, Nov. 2: 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, Nov. 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 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 6220956 for information. Wednesday, Nov. 2, 9, 16, 23, 30: Plugged and Unplugged (Teens): Coshocton Public Library; Grades 7 - High School Graduation are invited to Plugged and Unplugged for online and traditional gaming. Board Games, Video Games, Internet Access, Friends, Snacks and Fun! Call 622-0956 to register. 2:30 - 5 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 2: Animanga Club Meeting (Teens): Coshocton Public Library; Fans of manga and anime meet each month to preview anime, discuss manga, share Web sites, learn about Japanese culture, draw and much, much more! Call 622-0956 to register. 5:30 – 7 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 3, 10, 17: 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. Thursday, Nov. 3: History Series: Chief White Eyes and Chief Pipe, Leaders of the Delaware Indians: West Lafayette Branch Library; Margaret Lowe, local historian, will discuss two important Delaware Indian chiefs of local relevance. Call 545-6672 to register. 6:30 - 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 5, 12, 19: 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, Nov. 7, 14, 21, 28: 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. Monday, Nov. 7, 14, 21, 28: Connect Your Community: Coshocton Public Library; The Coshocton Public Library, in conjunction with Connect Your Community, is offering an 8-hour class on basic computer and Internet. The class will cover such things as basic Windows navigation, viruses and spyware, protecting your identity on the Internet, locating jobs, government services, online banking, social networking, and more. Classes will be on four consecutive Mondays, Nov. 7, 14, 21, and 28 from 1 – 3 p.m. and will be repeated from 3:30 - 5:30 p.m. at the library. Registration is required and space is limited. Call the library at 622-0956 to sign-up either session. Registration deadline is Nov. 4. Monday, Nov. 7: Monday Book Talk: Coshocton Public Library; Join us for lively discussion of fiction, nonfiction and favorites, old and new. Call 622-0956 to register. The November book is The Solace of Leaving Early by Haven Kimmel. 6:30 - 8 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 9: Friends of the Library: Coshocton Public Library; Monthly meeting Noon - 1 p.m. Book of the Week Adult Fiction Against All Enemies by: Tom Clancy Adult Non-Fiction Skyjack: The Hunt for D.B. Cooper by: Geoffrey Gray Teen Michael Vey: The Prisoner of Cell 25 by: Richard Paul Evans Children’s Book Splat the Cat Sings Flat by: Rob Scotton

Thursday, Oct. 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.

Tuesday, Nov. 1: West Lafayette Branch Adult Book Discussion Group; West Lafayette Adult Book Discussion Group is at the home of Linda Breyer, located at 513 Plainfield Road, West Lafayette. Call the West Lafayette Branch Library at 545-6672 to reserve a copy of the book. The November book is When We Were Strangers by Pamela Schoenewaldt; 7:30 - 9 p.m.

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library news from Coshocton County public libraries Saturday, Oct. 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.

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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.


Staser Family LLC Auction Real Estate & Chattels Location: 39010 US 36, Warsaw OH 43844. From Warsaw take US 36 West from New Castle or Nellie take US 36 East.

Friday, November 4 • 3pm Jefferson Township * Coshocton County * Riverview Schools

Community Calendar Annual Bazaar. Conesville United Methodist Church will be having their annual bazaar on Thursday, Nov. 10 from 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. Bags of Noodles is just one of the many homemade goodies that will be available to buy. There will also be mincemeat, pickles, jams and jellies plus many baked goods and candy. There will be many handcrafted items such as tree ornaments, outdoor decor, baby quilts and more. A full menu of soups, sandwiches, desserts and beverages will be available for a donation from 10 a.m. - 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.

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.

Holiday Bazaar. There will be a holiday bazaar at the Emmanuel Lutheran Church in the fellowship hall on Saturday, Nov. 12 from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. There will be a lunch room, homemade noodles, baked goods, a cookie table, white elephant, and crafts. The church is located at 1500 Pleasant Valley Drive. Craft Bazaar. The Walhonding Valley Ladies Auxiliary will be having a craft bazaar on Saturday, Nov. 12 at the Walhonding Valley Fire Station from 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. 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 VFW Auxiliary Meeting. The VFW Auxiliary 1330 meets the first Monday of each month at the post located at 614 Walnut Street at 9 a.m.

School Events 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. 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 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.

Forget what you hear on tv!

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.

SALE BY ORDER OF: Staser Family LLC John Staser Property

Good News for Coshocton County: 1. Land prices are rising! 2. Rural properties are in Demand! 3. House market has Bottomed Out! 4. Interest rates are Cheap... Cheap...CHEAP! 5. Investors are back in the market!


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Charming 3 bedrooms, 2 bathroom home – first floor bathroom, laundry & bedroom, 5.8 acres, fenced and woods. FREE GAS AND ALL MINERAL RIGHTS TRANSFER. $139,900 Directions: St. Rt. 83 North, turn right on CR 1, follow for 1/2 mile and home is on the right.


622-3669 Marc Lacy 224 N. 4th St., BeLinda Lacy Cell - 502-3074 Coshocton 294-8869 Home - 829-2035


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23024 CR 621 (Next to Walmart) • Coshocton, OH

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


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

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23024 CR 621 Coshocton


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

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

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



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Land Transfers Exempt from Conveyance Fees 10/14 Marian L. Knox, Trustee to Susan M. Searcy and Marian Knox Marian L. Knox and Susan M. Searcy to Schmisters LLC 10/17 James R. Border and Annabelle Border to James R. Border and Annabelle Border Jackie L. Vanaman to James E. Vanaman

important human needs,” Morris said. Cindy McClure, Treasurer of the Community Park, said, “On behalf of the entire community, thank you to American Electric Power for this grant. The money will be used to assist with operating and maintenance expenses at the park. Thank you to Susan for her many hours of volunteer service.”

Land Transfers: 10/7 Happy Valley Inc. to CUZ 2 Enterprise; $284,000 10/14 Sam Lowery to C.N.S. Real Estate, LLC; $170,000 David W. Shutt and Amy C. Shutt to James M. Hinkel and Rebecca A. Hinkel; $145,200 Joseph J. Virostko to Lewis W. Keirns and Judith A. Keirns; $46,500 Jonas Miller and Angela Lynn Miller to William J. Sullivan and Alicia Sullivan; $121,000 Nancy Huff to Mark Hennis; $2,000 Edward A. Seitz and Sheryl L. Seitz to Kurt R. Bain and Constance E. Bain; $285,000 Russel A. Eckelberry and Winifred L. Eckelberry to Gordon L. Fogle and Joyce A. Fogle; $20,000 Kara N. Freshwater to Justin T. Cline and Brandy Mizer-Cline; $225,000 10/17 Estate of Donald G. Butler to Ervin A. Miller and Ada E. Miller; $415,961.47


Marriages: Joshua Adam Smailes of Coshocton to Sara Janelle Starkey of West Lafayette Anthony Jay McVay Sr. of Coshocton to LeVahn Lewis of Coshocton Robert Daniel Durbin of Coshocton to LaVonne Marie Gilmore of Coshocton Terry Norman Thomas of Coshocton to Pamela Jean Flowers of Coshocton Dustin M. Kanuckel of Killbuck to Amber L. Dittoe of Killbuck Mickey James Everett Sells of Coshocton to Zetta Gayle Sharier of Coshocton

The Bakersville Community Park received a grant from American Electric Power in honor of AEP employee Susan J. Shuck’s significant volunteer service. The AEP Connects program recognizes the commitment of AEP employees and retirees to their communities and supports causes that are important to them, according to Michael G. Morris, chairman and chief executive officer. More than 600 grants were made companywide last year representing more than 57,000 volunteer hours donated by AEP employees and retirees and their families. “Although no monetary grant can compare to the value of the time our employees and retirees give to worthwhile causes, the $150 grants made by this program in the names of AEP volunteers will help schools and nonprofit organizations meet the challenges of fulfilling


Coshocton Common Pleas Court – Divorces/Dissolutions Divorces Stacy L. Guilliams of West Lafayette from Tommy T. Guilliams of Warsaw LeeAnn Carnes of Coshocton from Clifford E. Carnes Jr. of Coshocton

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Wonderful brick home built in 1978 with 1,444 sq/ft of living space on almost a half an acre lot. This home has 3 bedrooms, 2 full baths, a 2 car attached garage and full finished basement with a wood burner. It is in a wonderful location almost out of town but still in the city limits. Many updates include: Roof in 2007, Garage doors and openers in 2008, Furnace, A/C, large picture windows, ceiling fans, and ADT Alarm all new in 2008. The extra large lot would be great for pets as it already has the invisible pet fence in place. Lovely well built home. Taxes are $1,172.98 per year and will be prorated until the day of closing. Call Auctioneer Paul Bratton 740-327-6331 or Listing Agent Heather Guess 740-502-4292 Terms: $1,000 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. Owner is very motivated and has set a very very low reserve and has the right to accept or reject final bid. Auctioneer: Paul Bratton (740-327-6331) License and bonded in favor of Dept. Of Agriculture 0017_101911 classified hotline 622-4ads


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all their hard work. After lunch was served, firstyear pins were awarded to the following new members: John Brink, Michelle Darner, Shirley Fairchild, Harriet Fisher, Helen Leindecker, Carol McKee, Jo Ann Marquand, Nancy Nagle, Carolyn Payett, Debra Scheetz, Richard and Roberta Shannon, Roxanne Slaughter, Fred Wachtel, Larry Wills, Ruth Wills, Patrick Callahan, and Dee Taylor. Certificates were awarded to five, ten, 15, 20, and 30 year members. Five year members included: Diana Caton, Kay Fox, long-Time members Pictured here is (left) 20-year member, Rebecca Lerch, Kermit Lower, Agnes Bechtol, and 30-year member, Maxine Carnahan at the RSVP Ruth Marquand, Donna Mayle, annual recognition luncheon at the Coshocton County Senior Center Mike Mayle, Mary Novak, Thomas on Thursday, Oct. 20. BeACOn PHOTO By BeTH SCOTT Novak, Harold Pope, Harriet Grace Pope, Gary Shryock, Edith Agnes volunteers at the Coshocton County Wolford, Helen Wright, and Marlene Zeigler. Senior Center. She said she enjoys, “…meeting Ten year members included: Jean Brown, the people. I serve the meals, every day if I’m Barbara Cognion, Ann France, Donna Jones, here. I help with the commodities giving out the Marilyn McMorris, Janet Miskimens, Roberta food. Just a whole lot of different things that I Underwood, and Roxie Rose. do. I keep busy.” Fifteen year members included: Peg Thirty year members included Maxine Anderson, Violet L. Eberwine, Priscilla Lorenz, Carnahan and Shirley Graham. Wilma Meek, Barbara Rush, and Marjorie Maxine volunteers in the Senior Travel Wiggins. Club. She has traveled to many different places The 20-year member was Agnes Bechtol. with her group including the Panama Canal, Nova Scotia, Myrtle Beach, the Ohio River, and several shopping trips.  DALE GRESS  REAL ESTATE  “I enjoy traveling,” she said. “I travel everywhere.” Maxine added she especially loves traveling with her group. Former Possessions of Melvin Rollman The event ended with giving away door prizes. Wednesday, November 2, 4pm


1627 Spring St., Coshocton

HOUSEHOLD & FURNISHINGS Kenmore Ref/freezer (1yr. old), Kitchen Aid washer, Kenmore electric dryer, Lazy boy recliner, Roll top desk, Oak office chair, Maple hutch, 2 & 4 drawer files, swivel rocker, 2-3pc bedroom suites, 5 pc dinette4, wing back chair, sofa, end tables, Toshiba TV/VCR/DVD player, floor lamp, Sylvania & Phillips TV’s, book shelves, Christmas decorations, lamps, luggage, set of golf clubs, Afghans, metal storage cabinets, Misc hand & garden tools, Weed Eater blower/ vac. ANTIQUES & COLLECTIBLES Oak 5 leg harvest table, set of 6 oak chairs, oak library table, 2 Bentwood chairs, lighted Genesee Sign, Seth Thomas 30 hour clock, Service 12 Kasuga Ware (Blue & White), crock jugs, Philco table top radio, Crosley table top radio, oak coffee table, Platform rocker, Charley McCarthy Doll, old cameras, Fur Stoll’s, Oak lamp stand, Anniversary clock, Service 10 Rogers, Quilts, much more not listed. Many Photos at Terms: Cash or Approved Check day of Auction. I. D. Required Auction by order of Mary Tracy Terry Longsworth - Auctioneer


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Members of the Retired Senior Volunteer Program met Thursday, Oct. 20 at Noon for a luncheon at the Senior Center. As a whole, the group has put in 23,654 hours of volunteering this year. “Everything you do here in the community, it surely makes Coshocton County a better place to live,” said Pat Shryock as she welcomed the members to the dinner. The Coshocton Health and Rehabilitation Center catered the event with salad, lasagna, green beans, fruit and pie. Members were also given cookies from the Coshocton County Memorial Hospital Lifeline as a Thank You for


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Breakfast Buffet & Silent Auction Saturday, October 29, 2011

Serving from 6:30 to 11:00 am at Beachy Woodworking 14290 CR 75 Donations to Benefit Baddow Pass & Mohawk Parochial Schools


Pancakes, Sausage Patties, Smoked Sausage Links, Hash Browns, Scrambled Eggs, Biscuits & Gravy, Fried Corn Mush, Coffee, Hot Chocolate, Orange Juice & Donuts.

Partial Silent Auction Listing Comforter, Oak Bookcase, Craft Items, Hand Painted Picture, 4 Man One Day Construction Crew, Hunting Blind, Firewood, Maple Queen Panel Bed.



Full time position available. Experience in the operation and maintenance of farm equipment preferred. Some cattle work also. Housing and utilities provided. Send resume and salary requirements to : Double D Ranch, 31522 T. R. 312, Coshocton, Ohio 43812

For Sale by sealed bid: 1566 International tractor with Brush Buster side boom. For more information on the unit, call 740545-6490. Sealed bids will be opened at Crawford Township’s regular business meeting on November 10, 2011 at 7:30 p.m. The unit is being sold as is with no stated or implied warranties. Mail bids to Crawford Township Trustees, Attn: Road Mowing Tractor Bid, 52444 CR 227, Fresno, OH 43824. Crawford Towship Trustees reserve the right to reject any and/or all bids.

For sale, 12 spaces at Coshocton County Memorial Gardens in the Garden of Christus $300. per space. Call 740-622-7760

The Coshocton City Health Dept. has a parttime nurse aide position available in their home health division. Must be STNA. Excellent salary and hours (no holidays, evenings or weekends). Earn PERS. Send reSERVICES OFFERED sume to the Coshocton City Health Dept, 400 HANDYMAN, I’ll do all difBrown’s Lane, Coshocton, ferent kinds of handyman OH 43812. EOE work. Also roofing, exterior painting, siding, roof coating, gutter cleaning, yard LOST & FOUND work, hauling of all differLOST: 2012 Class Ring ent kinds of scrap metals, and 2 Birthstone Rings brush, cleaning out barns lost Friday at Stewart and garages and other Field during Coshocton/ things. Call 740-575-4571 Meadowbrook football game. If found please call Kitchen and Bath 740-622-8457. Reward! Renovations. Insurance jobs welcome. FOUND: Ring in Aldi’s Kitchen EnCounters. parking lot. Call 740-623740-294-9636 0923 to identify. LAWN CARE PLUS. Landscaping, mulching, painting, siding, roofing, window installation, stump removal and leaf clean up. FREE ESTIMATES! 740-502-3989

Two lots in Chapel Section A, Coshocton County Memory Gardens. They sell for $1,490. each and will take $2,300 for both. Call after 3 p.m. 740-824-4017 FARM EQUIPMENT 1949 John Deere A. 1941 Case SC, both run good and are in good shape. Case has 4 new tires. $3,500. for both. 740-502-1904


Buying: Boy Scout patches and memorabilia 603 East 4th St., West one patch or entire collecLafayette. October 28th, tions. Call 740-623-0793 Friday from 9-4. Fridge, leave message or email TV stand, lift chair, trans- scoutpatchohio@yahoo. port chair, many items com some brand new. WANTED: Junk vehiMEDICAL cles, scrap metal, appliEQUIPMENT ances, batteries and junk mowers. Also one time For Sale. Brand new clean up and removal of leather lift chair, never rubbish. 740-545-5025 used. Chocolate in color, beautiful. Paid $1,000 Wanted to Buy: new, will take $750. Call Parrish Dairy or Cream740-545-9093 or 740-545- ery, Coshocton, Ohio. 1 7382 to 8 milk bottles. 740-622-2899 MISC ITEMS APARTMENTS Tractor Supply locking FOR RENT tool box for a full size truck, black, for $50, good and AREA RENTAL INFOR#30 steel traps for Musk MATION. Houses and Rats and Coons $2.50 Apartments. Rent or I’ll each. Kerosene heater help you buy! Call 740$40. 740-824-3133 622-9791 today!

For Sale, 350 Kilbros gravity wagon on 10 ton Kilbros running gear with extended tongue, good condition, $800. 250 Kilbros gravity box comes with unloading auger on 8 MUSICAL ton International HarvestINSTRUMENTS er running gear. Mayrath grain auger 6 in. diameter approx. 25ft. long, mount- Suzuki Omni Chord with ed on carriage. Snowco case, like new, asking grain cleaner loading au- $300. Call 740-829-2853 ger. $200. 740-622-9722 WANTED FIREWOOD BUYING: Black walSeasoned Firewood nut every Saturday from Cherry-Walnut-Oak and Sept. 17th through Noother woods. Cut/Split/ vember 5th. We pay cash Delivered $75 each load. $11.00 CWT after hulling. (Will cut to size and length). Great Gift Idea! Call 740-824-4046 leave or Build-up supply for next message. year! 740-502-3657 740294-0727

Senior Apartment Complex: 2 bedroom, living room, kitchen, bath. Stove, refrigerator, dishwasher, garbage disposal. Washer/dryer hook-ups. $495. month plus utilities. Deposit. No Pets. 740-5020808 or 740-824-3665 HOMES FOR RENT Keene Twp, nice 3BR country home, lease & deposit, no pets. $695 + deposit. Call 330-897-5941 Nice 2-3 BR home, 1332 S 15th St. Garage, deposit required, $450/mo. No pets. 740-622-1060 after 5p.m. weekdays MOBILE HOMES FOR RENT

14x50, two bedroom in country near Cooperdale. Stove, frig., Clean L.P. heat, rent $325, deposit 1 Bedroom apart- $325 plus utilities, six ment in country, avail- month lease. References able now. $300 de- required. 740-502-7252 posit, $300 per month 740-327-2421 for rent. 740-622-0092 SCOOTER 2BR, all appliances, garage, coin op laundry, no 2006 Suzuki Burgman S pets. 740-622-8020 400 motor scooter, 2,900 mi. $3,500. Phone 7402 Bedroom upstairs, ga- 622-3032 rage, laundry, modern, Got something you clean, free WST, lease, references. No pets. $350 really want to sell!? Put it in front of per month. 740-622-1899 thousands of readers in The Coshocton County Beacon classifieds!

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October 26, 2011 Coshocton County Beacon  
October 26, 2011 Coshocton County Beacon  

Volume 4, Number 26