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Thriller of a good time In a warm display of school spirit on an otherwise chilly evening, the River View and Coshocton high school marching bands combined their musical talents to perform Michael Jackson’s “Thriller” during halftime of the Bears vs. Redskins football game Friday night. Pictured are Kasey Spang (l) and Melanie Rice, senior field commanders of the Coshocton and River View Marching Bands. Beacon photo by Mark fortune

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The combined efforts of the Redskins and Black Bear high school marching bands and color guard at Coshocton’s Stewart Field on Friday night drew enthusiastic applause from the crowd following their performance of Michael Jackson’s “Thriller”. The mixing of black and gold and red and black uniforms in a virtually flawless and terrific rendition of “Thriller” was truly a display of spirited camaraderie among these young people during – and after – their performance which proves once again that while the spirit of competition is healthy, so is the mutual respect and admiration among our local schools and students. River View senior field commander Melanie Rice said, “That was really cool and fun and a neat way to end the season and my time with River View. It’s kind of bittersweet, I’ll definitely miss it a lot but it’s been really cool and a lot of

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fun and a good night.” Rice commented that she “Would miss all my friends and the good times we had together. It was really cool that we could band together and do that together because we have a common interest and that’s music.” Coshocton senior field commander Kasey Spang said, “I love field commanding because I just like being with my friends and I love music too, and so it’s really fun to have both of those together and be a leader in it too.” Commenting on the two bands performing together, she remarked, “It was so much fun, because it sounded really loud and we had really good music quality.” Spang’s final comment was, “I love the River View band, I really do.” Both field commanders, along with Ridgewood senior Stephanie Ellis, have stepped off of their respective high school football fields for the final time.

Financial aid workshop offered A free College Financial Aid Workshop for Coshocton County parents and students will be offered on Tuesday, Nov. 9 in the library of Coshocton High School at 6 p.m. The one hour session will be conducted by a Representative of Great Lakes Educational Services and is sponsored by Coshocton C.A.R.E.S. The information will include the types of financial aid and the application process.

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Sunday, Oct. 24 was the championship race of a 12 race series for the Ohio Mountain Bike Championship (OMBC) Series and was at Mohican Wilderness. The state-wide series has eight races within an hour and a half of Coshocton, including the Grassman race located at Wills Creek. Racers travel as far as Cincinnati to compete in the series and the Ohio series cohosts races with the Kentucky and West Virginia versions of their organization. Racers can compete in as many of the 12 races as they wish, but only their top five count towards the championship. Local Expert level racer Ben Ortt took the most prestigious title of the series. He came to the race in first place with a strong lead. He clenched the championship by finishing second place within seconds of the race leader. He and the other champions will be crowned at a ceremony to be at a later date. Another local racer, Gabe Rainwater, managed to take first in the Expert Single Speed category by running his malfunctioning bike across the finish line in first place. This was his second time running his bike across the finish line this year. He had a similar incident at the Alum Creek race north of Columbus earlier this year where he finished third. At this race, his tire became flat within the last mile and he carried his bike across the finish line. Two Expert level racers from Coshocton finished first in this statewide series. Dennis Wilson also finished the series in first place. He placed first in the Sport Division, Senior Class, which typically travel one less lap than the expert division. The average Sport distance is 18 miles, compared to the Experts 27 miles. This race was Dennis’ first time placing at the very front of the pack. He has had many second place finishes throughout the year. He came to this race in second place and was able to win by the two minutes necessary to secure first place for the entire series. This statewide series is particularly accessible to residents of Coshocton County due to the close proximity of a large number of the courses. The local race course located near Wills Creek is an excellent place to train. If you have any interest in racing this series, visit the Web site at www. .

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Okay, let’s make grab to see “Secretariat”. some election week This Disney film predictions. Let’s celebrates the greatest see, I’m gazing into racehorse of all time that the “Beacon crystal won the Triple Crown ball”, gazing, gazing, in 1973 and still has gazing. The result is – the greatest margin of the Buckeyes are still victory in the Belmont number eleven in the Stakes. This is one of BCS! those “feel good about life” movies and has all Gotcha, didn’t the hallmarks of a movie I? Apparently the Mark fortune that celebrates courage, Buckeyes didn’t impress enough with their blowout of the overcoming fear and obstacles along Gophers on Saturday night. It will the way. Go see it. You’ll enjoy it. take three wins in November for the By the time most of you read this Buckeyes – and some other teams issue of The Beacon, the election will losing – for the scarlet and gray to be over. Yes, there may be some races make much progress in the BCS. that are still not final – but for the most Give us your opinion on where you part, we will know how Congress will think the Buckeyes will finish in be reallocated among the parties, the the BCS. Send an email to: mark@ Governor of our state and in a race of local interest, our new Court of But we do have some local Common Pleas judge. Judge Evans football teams headed to the playoffs will be missed and certainly deserves – the Generals and the Redskins. a long and enjoyable retirement. The Coshocton boys and River View Everyone that had the opportunity girls’ soccer teams are having much to see the Coshocton Redskins and success and we wish them continued River View Black Bear marching great going in tournament play. And bands perform Michael Jackson’s Beacon best wishes go out to River “Thriller” during halftime of the View’s Ethan Widder, who will football game Friday night probably be representing our community at won’t soon forget it. Both bands and the state cross country finals this their respective flag corps played weekend. And good luck to the bands their hearts out to a well deserved and at state too! enthusiastic show of appreciation from Are you finding it hard to believe the crowd. Nice job all. Our young that November is here – and that it’s people need our encouragement as time to roll those clocks back yet they move forward in life. We should again? Yuck. Don’t forget – Saturday never take their accomplishments night is the time to do that AND for granted. And that includes all change those smoke alarm/detector the young people that don’t always batteries. For your safety and the receive the accolades or recognition safety of your family please make they deserve. Sometimes the ball just sure the batteries are fresh and your doesn’t bounce the way you want it to. Pat ‘em on the back and tell ‘em, detector is functioning properly. Want to see a really enjoyable “Good job”. They’ll appreciate it. and uplifting movie? Take your kids, parents, in-laws and anyone you can

Popular psychic to shed light on the haunted side of Coshocton by jan myers A well-known Cleveland-area clairvoyant and spiritualist will be entertaining folks in the First Haunted History Tour of Coshocton, a fundraiser for First Step Family Violence Intervention Services. The investigation by Psychic Sonya Horstman will shed some light on the featured nine stops that have locals guessing whether or not the urban legends are true. The findings of Psychic Sonya will be revealed Saturday, Nov. 6, from 4 – 9 p.m. This entertainmentonly fundraiser includes stops at a local radio station, a cemetery, several restaurants, a marketplace, theatre and a general store. Psychic Sonya, who started the original ghost touring company in Cleveland, says the Haunted History Tour of Coshocton will be unique. “This tour is different than my normal offering in that people will be able to spend time with a professional ghost hunting/ paranormal researching team to learn the scientific approach to reviewing a haunting,” she said. “My role will be to explain prior to the guests’ visit what to expect and the key points on what to look at in each building.” She says he alleged hauntings, especially in Roscoe Village, are due in part to murder, abandoned children and the remaining energy of the people who loved their

homes and businesses so much that they did not want to leave. “This little canal town of Roscoe Village in Coshocton is steeped in Urban Legends, and I look forward to discovering the truths about what people are allegedly seeing,” she said. Psychic Sonya and the Munroe Falls Paranormal Society will be having lectures starting at 4 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 6, for $65. The cost includes dinner, lectures, and the Haunted History Tour of Coshocton. For an additional $50, an elite group can participate in a paranormal investigation during an overnight stay at The Warehouse Steak and Stein, where it is reported that a lady and a Dutch boy still roam the threestory building. Guests also have the option of just being entertained through the Haunted History Tour of Coshocton for only $30. Shuttle buses will be provided to all, and some walking will be involved. The tour is limited in handicapped accessibility. Registration will take place at the Roscoe Visitor Center on Whitewoman Street, Coshocton. For more information or to reserve your ticket, call First Step Family Violence Intervention Services at 740-622-8504. First Step Family Violence Intervention Services is a Coshocton County United Way Agency.

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The Pomerene for the Arts Center hosted a special luncheon on Wednesday, Oct. 27 from Noon – 1 p.m. featuring Tim Farrell, a worldrenown new age guitarist. Lunch was generously provided by Mike Abood and it was nothing short of delicious. Mike had a spread of vegetable and chicken noodle soup, fresh breads, an assortment of deli meats, fresh vegetables and delectable desserts. The event started with Nick Schmitt who announced that he, along with Mike Abood, would be starting a preschool music program. Nick has had this idea for the past four years, and although they are still in the planning stages, Nick’s dream will finally come to fruition. “I’ve always been involved with music,” said Nick, “and I’ve always loved music, and I’ve seen what music can do for kids.” After the announcement, a captivated audience of about forty music lovers listened in awe as Tim began to play. He opened his performance with an original called, “Rosewood Ally”. For the next hour, Tim played originals as well as new arrangements of old favorites. Tim is from Pennsylvania and began playing when he was only nine. He loved to listen to progressive rock and blues as he was growing up. He later studied classical guitar and released his first CD, “Very” in 1995. When asked what he loves about music, Tim said, “It’s everything. It’s just the sound, the feel, everything that it gives you, and the sense of spirit. Beyond just the music for me, it’s connecting with other people and travelling around and sharing with people.” Tim played a variety of songs during the luncheon including his world-renown rendition



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Career Center students pick up pointers from local radio professional Coshocton County Career Center SkillsUSA club members started their school day off with a lesson on what a little compassion and commitment could get you in life. Club members welcomed local radio professional Tom Thompson of WTNS radio station as a guest speaker at their morning meeting, Thursday, Oct. 21. Thompson shared a little of his life experiences from both a professional and personal


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November 9th, 1950 The students of the industrial arts department at Coshocton High School were again determined to give needy children in the community a good Christmas. The boys were collecting gently-used toys that needed some special attention to paint and repair. These toys were then wrapped and donated to needy children in the community. This was definitely a great way for these boys to practice and showcase their talents in the industrial arts field and lend a helping hand at the same time.


November 9th, 1960 The Freshman Redskins completed one of the most successful seasons they have had in years with a crushing defeat over Uhrichville. Uhrichville was unable to pass the 35 yard line due to Coshocton’s stubborn fighting defense. The offense erupted at the very beginning of the game and battled through Uhrichville’s defense for a halftime score of 18-0. In the second half, Coshocton showed their determination and made two interceptions, running one 65 yards for a touchdown.


November 7th, 1970 Do you ever pay attention to those signs beside of bridges with the weight limit posted? Apparently, a cement truck driver from Conesville failed to notice the sign and got the shock of his life when the bridge gave way beneath him. Luckily, he wasn’t injured but the truck and the bridge of Keene Township Road 206 were declared a total loss. Area residents reported a school bus had used the bridge sometime before its collapse.


November 6th, 1980 It’s never too early for Christmas. West Lafayette had started making plans for their annual Christmas parade. The jolly old elf himself was to be the guest of honor. He was to arrive a little earlier before the parade to pass out fruit at the three area nursing homes and then shower the young children with candy during the parade. The village also decided to put up their holiday decorations on Nov. 28. All information was obtained from microfilm of the Coshocton Tribune at the Coshocton County Library.

perspective. He illustrated for students why taking an active and committed role in their job and their communities would greatly reward them. “Find something that you can be passionate about,” he said. “It’s easy to dedicate time and energy to something you’re passionate about and everyone is passionate about something.” Thompson, who serves as both Sales Manager and sports director at WTNS 99.3 FM, is a West Lafayette native that has been a pillar in the Coshocton community for many years. He served as a past Chamber of Commerce president and also served on the Coshocton WTNS Sportscaster and City School Board and in the be passionate about your work Sales Manager Tom Thompson addresses Career Center students at an Coshocton Kiwanis Club. He is Oct. 21 SkillsUSA club meeting. Thompson spoke about the importance of a long-time promoter of public commitment and passion in order to achieve personal and professional education in the county, having success. photo contributed to the beacon served on numerous school levy committees. hasn’t always done what it should for the In addition to sharing some life lessons, betterment of society,” he said. “But you guys are Thompson gave his young listeners some the future. I encourage you to find your passion pointers to consider when pursuing employment, and make a commitment so that your generation including some ‘do’s’ and ‘don’ts’ when will make a difference in this world.” preparing and participating in a job interview. After the meeting adjourned, Career Center “First impressions are important,” he said, “so teachers, staff and club members were invited to do your best to make a good one.” enjoy light refreshments, including punch and Thompson told students that he appreciated cookies. the opportunity to address them. “My generation

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GROVE CITY - On Saturday, Oct. 23, 10 jockeys gathered at Beulah Park in Grove City saddled up and ready to race the All-American Quarter Horse Congress Race, which has taken place in Ohio for the past 44 years. Horses and riders took their places and as the gates opened, one rider overtook his competition and took home first place. James Bratton of Coshocton County has been racing horses for the last 15 years and training horses for the last five years. He currently has 12 horses in training and will be training an additional two more next spring. For the past two years, he had tried to qualify for the Quarter Horse Congress Race, but has always come up short until this year. Jim came in second during the qualification race and, not surprisingly, took home the gold on race day. He also came in first place at the Buckeye Futurity Horse Race, which is only open to Ohio racers. In September of 2009, Jim bought a yearling he named My Corona is Rare and decided to start


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Habitat recognizes volunteers Coshocton Habitat for Humanity recognized volunteers, new board members and participants in the home program at a dinner held last Tuesday at Emmanuel Lutheran Church. Board President Ernie Galadja commented, “Every family that moves into a home just confirms the mission and gives us the impetus to carry on because you see the change, you see the change in the families, and one by one lives are changed and the community is changed. And that’s the mission. Every time you move a family into a home it’s a propellant. That just gives us the initiative to carry on again.” Stephanie Hammons, with tears streaming down her cheeks, thanked those involved in Habitat for her new home. Later, she reflected on what it means to have her home, “To go from nothing, to losing everything to having this home means more than I can tell you. It means a roof over my children’s head, warmth and just a place I can have that no one can take away from


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me. That’s what this means to me.” Hammons commented on the local Habitat volunteers and the impact they have had on her life. “There are no words for them. For a lack of better words, they’re all angels. They have given me something I never thought I would have, ever.” Recognized for their special contribution to the Habitat program this past year were; Philip Wagner, Leonard Cognion and Lloyd Wells. Galadja said, “Their quality of work is unmatched. Thank you, thank you.” Galadja concluded the evening with these comments, “I encourage you and bless you in your work. We know what the mission is and the group here has identified that. We are set for another year. Thank you.”

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Ridgewood King and Queen The 2010 Ridgewood High School Homecoming was Friday Oct. 15, prior to the Ridgewood vs.Garaway football game. Felicia Lane, daughter of Randy and Kay Lane, was crowned Homecoming Queen. Thomas Ellis son of Chuck and Sally Ellis was crowned Homecoming King on Saturday evening at the dance.

Local FFA students receive national degree

Library News from Coshocton County Public Libraries

Monday, Nov. 1, 8, 15, 22, 29: Books Galore Book Store; Coshocton Public Library; The Friends of the Library used book store in the library basement has magazines, movies, audio books, hard and paperback books and more, all at rock-bottom prices. Open to the public every Monday from 3 – 6 p.m. and Wednesday and Saturday from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. Call 622-0956 for information. Tuesday, Nov. 9, 16, 23, 30: West Lafayette Preschool Story Time; West Lafayette Branch Library; Children, ages 3-5, are invited to The West Lafayette Branch for story time on Tuesday mornings, from 11:30-12:00. Come and enjoy stories, songs, finger plays, and seasonal crafts. One time registration is requested by calling 545-6672. 11:30 AM - 12 PM Tuesday, Nov. 9, 16, 23, 30: Evening Preschool Story Time; Coshocton Public Library; Tuesday Evening Preschool Story Time is from 6:30 - 7 p.m., for children 3 - 5 years old. Enjoy stories, songs, finger plays, seasonal crafts, and fun. One time registration for this event is requested by calling the library at 622-0956. Wednesday, Nov. 3, 10, 17, 24: Books Galore Book Store; Coshocton Public Library; The Friends of the Library used book store in the library basement has magazines, movies, audio books, hard and paperback books and more, all at rock-bottom prices. Open to the public every Monday from 3 – 6 p.m. and Wednesday and Saturday from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. Call 622-0956 for information.

ton Public Library; Mrs. Shutt and Mrs. Custer lead babies ages infant - 2, and their moms (or caregivers) in interactive stories, rhymes, songs, and fingerplays. Please register all attendants by calling the library at 622-0956, or register online. 10:30 - 11 a.m.

Saturday, Nov. 6, 13, 20, 27: Books Galore Book Store; Coshocton Public Library; The Friends of the Library used book store in the library basement has magazines, movies, audio books, hard and paperback books and more, all at rock-bottom prices. Open to the public every Monday from 3 – 6 p.m. and Wednesday and Saturday from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. Call 622-0956 for information. Saturday, November 6: Coshocton READS Poe with Shelley Costa Bloomfield; Coshocton Public Library; Shelley Costa Bloomfield, Ph.D., will share insights from her book, Everything Guide to Edgar Allan Poe Book: The Life, Times, and Work of a Tormented Genius. Dr. Bloomfield teaches writing and literature at the Cleveland Institute of Art. A noted scholar of suspense and mystery fiction, she has also published several short stories in that genre herself. Dr. Bloomfield earned her doctorate in English at Case Western Reserve University and lives in Chagrin Falls, OH. Please call 622-0956 to sign-up. 1 - 2:30 p.m.

Wednesday, Nov. 3, 10, 17, 24: Preschool Story Time; Coshocton Public Library; Children 3 - 5 years old, are invited to Preschool Story Time every Wednesday, from 10:30 - 11 a.m. Enjoy stories, songs, Monday, Nov. 8: Coffee Club; Coshocton Public finger plays, seasonal crafts, and fun. One time regis- Library; Senior adults 55+ are invited to join us for tration is requested by calling 622-0956. a cup of hot coffee and enlightening conversation. 10:15 a.m. - Noon Wednesday, Nov. 3, 10, 17, 24: Plugged and Unplugged; Coshocton Public Library; Teens are Monday, November 8: Archaeology in Coshocton invited to the Coshocton Public Library for online and County; Coshocton Public Library; Mark Hersman, traditional gaming. Board Games, Video Games, Inpoet, archaeologist and naturalist will present a short ternet Access, Friends, Snacks and Fun! Call 622-0956 course on field collecting of prehistoric Indian artito register, or 2:30 - 5 p.m. facts in Coshocton County. 6:30 – 8 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 3: Animanga Club Meeting; Coshocton Public Library; Fans of manga and anime meet each month to preview anime, discuss manga, share Web sites, learn about Japanese culture, draw and much, much more! 5:30 – 7 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 4, 18: Babytime Lapsit; Coshoc-

Wednesday, Nov. 17: W.L. Branch Coffee Chat for Adults; West Lafayette Branch Library; Adults are invited to the West Lafayette Branch Library for a Coffee Chat featuring eight of the best selling fiction and non-fiction books presented by Cyndy Sedlock from the Good News Bookstore. Call the West Lafayette Branch Library to register 545-6672. 8:30 - 9:30 a.m.

Thursday, Nov. 18: W.L. Anime Movie Night; West Lafayette Branch Library; Teen Movie Night at the Branch Library is bi-monthly for grades 7 - 12 from 5 7 p.m. on a Thursday. Popcorn and pop are provided. Register by calling 545-6672. Movie: Soul Eater: Season 1 Part 1 Disc 1 Friday, Nov. 19: Miracle on Main Street Holiday Open House; Coshocton Public Library; Join your neighbors and friends for the annual Christmas Parade and Miracle on Main Street kick-off to the Christmas Season. The Library will have craft projects for all ages, along with refreshments and a special guest, Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer. Call 622-0956 for information. 5 – 7 p.m. Thursday, November 25: Libraries Closed; The Coshocton Public Library and the West Lafayette Branch will close at 5 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 24 and will be closed on Thursday, Nov. 25 for Thanksgiving. Be sure to stop in before or after Thanksgiving to check out our holiday craft and cook books. Make the holiday memorable with ideas and activities from books at your library. Book of the Week Adult Fiction Edge of Apocalypse by: Tim LeHaye Adult Non-Fiction Home Team: Coaching the Saints and New Orleans Back to Life by: Sean Payton Teen What If…All Your Friends Turned on You: A Choose Your Own Destiny Book by: Liz Ruckdeschel Children’s Book Wishing for Tomorrow: The Sequel to A Little Princess by Hilary McKay

Saturday, Nov. 6: Writing Workshop with Shelley Costa Bloomfield; Coshocton Public Library; The Coshocton READS Poe Writing Workshop with Shelly Costa Bloomfield, Ph.D., author of Everything Guide to Edgar Allan Poe Book: The life, times, and work of a tormented genius, will provide tips and information for the aspiring writer. Call 622-0956 to sign-up. 2:30 - 5 p.m.

Thursday, Nov. 18: Pizza and Pages--Children’s Book Club; Coshocton Public Library; Pizza and Pages--The Book Club for children in 4th, 5th, or 6th grades, will be in The Small Meeting Room each month during the school year, except December. Contact Mrs. Jones at the library to register for this event. November’s book is The Underneath by Kathi Appelt. 4 - 5 p.m.

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INDIANAPOLIS – Morgan R. Carey received the American FFA Degree at the 83rd National FFA Convention in Indianapolis on Saturday, Oct. 23. It is the highest degree awarded by the National FFA Organization and recognizes Morgan’s demonstrated leadership abilities and outstanding achievements in agricultural business, production, processing and service programs. Less than one in 154 FFA members advance through their local chapter and state FFA degree programs to earn this national degree. Morgan Carey, the son of Mary Chase-Carey is currently a student at Franklin University with an Associate’s Degree in Fire Science from Hocking College. He is a member of the River View FFA Chapter and his agricultural instructor and FFA advisor are Kecia Buxton and Jim Rich. Morgan received a gold American FFA Degree key and a certificate in a blue leatherette frame to commemorate the achievement. The national FFA Convention is sponsored by Case III Agriculture, The Progressive Farmer, Farm Credit, Pioneer, and Syngenta as a special project of the National FFA Foundation. The national FFA convention is the nation’s highest degree Three local students received the American FFA Degree largest annual youth gathering, welcoming students, parents and educators at the National FFA Convention in Indianapolis. It is the highest degree awarded from all across the United States.




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Nine contestants vied for the honor of being proclaimed “best chili” at Warsaw on Saturday. The idea was spawned and sponsored by the River View park board to raise funds for the park. A hearty sized group of participants gathered to sample chili from mild to hot and a little bit of everything in between. Chrissie Fischer said, “I’m liking this. It’s really good.” Fischer had sampled five different chili’s but was proclaiming contestant number four the best, saying, “I’m a little biased, that’s my mother-in-law, I gotta vote for her.” Lisa Berry commented, “So far, I’m on number seven, I have two more to go. I would have to say I’m partial to number one and number four, they’re both pretty good, but I still have two more to go, so I don’t know”. When asked what she thought about the event, Berry remarked, “I think it’s a great event, I love the idea. When I heard about it, I thought what a

great opportunity for Warsaw to bring in people from other communities and Chrissie and I have been talking about how it brings the community together. I hope we do it next year.” Madison Greathouse, age 10, who came all the way from West Virginia with her mom, Lori, to attend, said, “It’s really good.” Madison had sampled one of the chilis at that point and said she was sticking to just one. Lori said, “There are a lot of people here – vote for number three.” Number three happened to be Madison’s Grandpa (Steve Akins) and the reason they came. Contestant Steve Prosek, who brought a smoky chipotle Warm in Warsaw Pictured are Lisa Berry (l), Chrissie Fischer and Filter Sand & Gravel for Septic Systems chili, said, “People have Emily Eppley at the first chili cook-off contest held as a fund-raiser for A.D.S. Plastic Culvert & Drainage Pipe Supplier been liking it, they like the the River View park board on a chilly Saturday in Warsaw. A $5.00 fee alcondiments that go with it, the lowed attendees a chance to sample up to nine different chilis and vote cayenne and they’ve just said, for the “best chili”. beacon photo by mark fortune “it’s very good.” Prosek added, been fun.” “This seems really nice for the first cook-off, it’s a good facility here and it’s David McCabe, who had warning signs for his condiments, said, “My chili isn’t hot, but this sauce is the hottest thing in the world.” McCabe WE COME, PESTS GO! SAND • GRAVEL • FILL DIRT • TOP SOIL • LIMESTONE added that, “Everybody says it’s hot, but they “Over 60 Years of Service” CRUSHED & WASHED GRAVEL • SAND STONE RIP RAP haven’t had hot chili.” Commenting on the event, Delivery Available • M-F 7-5 & Saturday 7-12 McCabe said, “I love it, I’ve been to several and Spiders, Fleas, Bees, Ants, Mice, Termites, Roaches have won two or three, there’s nothing better 27679 SR 206 • WALHONDING TERMITE & PEST CONTROL than this.” SINCE 1936 545-9786 740-824-5251 Steve Akins, whose table sported a sign WEST LafayETTE Call Now for FREE ESTIMATES!! saying his chili was mild, said, “It’s really mild, it’s probably the mildest, best chili you could have. It’s really good to have this in Warsaw This TiME i wanT again, a nice crowd coming out, it’s great, a soMEThing perfect day for chili.” Vicci Harper, said, “I brought regular chili. In-store I call it mild, but it’s my mom’s recipe and I’m BR 600 STIHL magnum™ rebate getting a lot of good, good comments on it. BACKPACK BLOWER People are saying “It’s good. This tastes like my $ 95 mom’s”, and that’s what I want to hear.” Harper added about the event itself, “This is awesome; • Powerful and fuel-efficient, anything to do with the community and get some mS 250 CHAIN SAW low-emission engine with money back into the community is a good thing. improved durability $ 95 Reg $329.95 These people put in a lot of hard work and hours 16" bar into it. I admire them for that.” Available on MS 250 and MS 250 C-BE through 12/25/10 at participating dealers while supplies last. Jesse Fischer, President of the RV Park Board, said, “I think people are excited to try STIHL HAS YOU COVERED REAL mEN WEAR CHAPS WITH PROTECTIVE APPAREL something new and different. That’s what we’re GET STIHL PROTECTED AND ACCESSORIES. going for, we’ve had the park social for 44 or 45 years, and it’s always well supported and well New Bedford Engine LLC attended. We wanted something maybe for a 33833 SR 643 • New Bedford different generation, a different crowd, people 330-897-2190 that normally don’t support the Park; we thought Available at participating dealers while supplies last. © 2010 STIHL BES10-1042-92313-8 that this idea with a chili cook-off and the beer garden would give people something to enjoy.” 0014_060910


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The Coshocton County offices of OSU Extension, Soil & Water Conservation District and Farm Service Agency would like to thank everyone who participated in the 2010 Fall Foliage and Farm Tour, including tour goers and hosts. A special thank you to the tour stop hosts, Walhonding Valley Fire District, Mohawk Dam, Princeton Valley Farm, Pilgrim Hills Camp, Tumblin Farm, Bumpus Farms, Wolf Pen Spring Estate/ Knox Co. Historical Society and Rocky Ridge Dairy, for the local education and entertainment they and their volunteers provided. Agriculture is the county, state, and nation’s number one industry and each of the stops represented an aspect of the county’s valuable agricultural enterprises. Many local people volunteer their time, energy and resources to ensure the success of the annual tour. This year was no exception. The 2010 tour brought nearly 1800 people through the northwestern section of Coshocton County and the weather couldn’t have been better. These participants represented six states and 27 Ohio counties. In fact, 22 percent of the participants registered reside outside of Coshocton County. What a wonderful way to draw individuals into Coshocton County and to feature and support local ag-based businesses and industries. The 2011 tour will feature Northeast Coshocton County on Oct. 15 and 16, 2011. If you have any comments on the 2010 tour, suggestions for the 2011 tour, or would like to serve on the 2011 planning committee, contact Tammi Rogers at 622-2265, rogers.376@osu. edu or visit:

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Jessica Casterline, who volunteers for the The Mentoring Center, has been named the United Way of Coshocton County Volunteer of the Month for October. Jessica was nominated for this award by The Mentoring Center’s Executive Director, Sheila Mayse. Jessica has been involved in the Peer Mentor program for over two years. As a Peer Mentor, she is matched with a younger child from the “Little’s” program during group events. She gives the child one-on-one attention while participating in the activity for the evening. Some of the fun events Jessica has volunteered for include flower pen making, board game night, making slime, making ice cream using zip lock bags, Christmas crafts, Wild Lights at Columbus Zoo, and a four-day camp. While at the camp, Jessica dressed up like Albert Einstein for science day. She also participated in an outreach program the agency conducted at the Meadows, Heritage, and Chestnut Crossing Apartments, sharing her time with children engaging in hands-on activities. Jessica has applied her time and talents to agency fundraising efforts as well, including cheese basket construction and cookie baking. In addition, she helped put bags together for Relay For Life as part of a Peer Mentors • Country Setting community service • Applicants must be at Seton Coshocton project. She attends least 62 years of age. Apartments Ridgewood High • Quietly Secluded BRC Properties Inc. • Social Activities School where she is a • Library member of National • Puzzle/Game Room 377 Clow Lane, Coshocton Honor Society, Student • Pets Allowed 622-7664


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Community Calendar The Three Rivers Bluegrass Music will be at the Agents Realty and Auction Services the 4th Saturday of each month from 7 – 9 p.m. Food and non-alcoholic drinks served at 5 p.m. Acoustic jam from 9 – 11 p.m. Admission is $5. For more information, contact Duane or Clenda Hardesty (740) 498-8456 Pie Contest. The Angels, Cups, and Pages will be having an apple and pumpkin pie contest on Sunday, Nov. 7 from 1:30 - 5 p.m. at the old schoolhouse in New Castle. Participants are required to bake two pies in aluminum pie plates so that they can be sold by the slice or the whole pie. Soup and bread will also be sold. Proceeds go toward the Angels, Cups, and Pages. Call J. Anderson at (740) 327-4985 or E. Betz at 824-4756 with questions.



Team Annin will be having a soup supper Saturday, Nov. 18 from 4 – 8 p.m. at Annin and Co. Cost is $5 for adults and $3 for children. Menu includes a choice of chili, potato soup, vegetable soup, or soup beans with cornbread; also includes grilled cheese sandwich, dessert, and a drink. There will be a benefit dinner and auction for Cameron Taylor Saturday, Nov. 6 from 11:30 a.m. – 7 p.m. at Adamsville Elementary School. Cameron is eight years old and has osteosarcoma (bone cancer). The auction will include a lot of OSU items. For more information or to make a donation, contact Linda Florence at (740) 294-7834. The Coshocton Christian Tabernacle will be having their 23rd annual craft and benefit auction on Saturday, Nov. 20 at 11 a.m. There will be quilts, baked goods, gift cards, Christmas items, a dollar table, gifts and more.


Thursday, Nov. 11th, 10 a.m. 54326 CR 152 • West Lafayette (Take SR 93 south, approx 1 mile)


Frigidaire chest freezer, sofa, living room chairs, full size bed, dresser, misc kitchen utensils, 2-recliners, set of golf clubs, TV, 6pc dinette, small kitchen appliances.



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


1994 Dodge Spirit 117 k miles, 1996 Dodge 1500 pick-up 156 k miles, 14ft Alum boat, 5.5hp outboard motor, chain binders, hand & garden tools, come a long, car ramps, much more not listed. Many Photos at Terms: Cash or approved check day of Auction. ID required. Owners: C.R. Guilliams, Carolyn Folkert Terry Longsworth, Auctioneer

Tuesday, Nov. 9 • 4 pm * 95 Acre Farm * Crawford Township * Coshocton County * 7 Parcels * Good Solid Homestead & Outbuildings * Free Gas * Coal Potential * Building Sites * Tillable Land * Open & Wooded * Central yet Private Location near Baltic * This is one of those good ole fashioned farms with solid improvements as well as multiple parcels with scenic vistas and character throughout! 2 Story farmhouse has large kitchen, living room with sitting area, bedroom & full bath on the main floor with 3 additional bedrooms upstairs. Utilities include free gas forced air heat & a fuel oil furnace, spring water, Big Indian water well, & septic. Additional outbuildings include summer kitchen, 2 car detached garage, machinery shed, large bank barn, hog house, and several other buildings. Land is open & wooded with each parcel offering some tillable ground & a building site. Help yourself with this offering as this farm presents itself to the public market after it has been passed through the Kaser family for several generations. Sells to the highest bidder on the 9th! Parcel 1: 20.1 Acres w/ 153’ frontage; mostly open & a nice building site. Parcel 2: 5.1 Acres w/ 493’ frontage; Farmhouse & summer kitchen. Parcel 3: 10 Acres w/ 676’ frontage; Hilltop building site; Parcel 4: 24.1 Acres w/ 291’ frontage; Seclusion, woods, hilltop site. Parcel 5: 7.5 Acres w/ 754’ frontage; Beautiful building site. Parcel 6: 8.5 Acres w/ 261’ frontage; Building site, machinery shed, & developed spring. Parcel 7: 20.1 Acres w/ 606’ frontage; Balance of all buildings, Big Indian well, small pond. Terms: 10% nonrefundable down payment day of sale with the balance due at closing. No financing contingencies. Sells “As Is” with no warranties. Buyer to pay $500.00 per surveyed parcel; acreage & frontage amounts are approximate and subject to final survey. All parcels are subject to county final approval. Farm will be offered parcels & combinations. Announcements day of sale take precedence. Legal: Parcel #’s 0080000008100 – 0080000008400 & 0800000015601 located in Crawford Township of Coshocton County & the Garaway Local School District. Taxes per half year are: $470.50 based on CAUV; any recoupment will be the buyer’s responsibility. AUCTION BY ORDER OF: Donald & Doris Jean Kaser Larry & Marjorie Kaser

KAUFMAN REALTY, INC. (888)852-4111 • DAVE KAUFMAN/AUCTIONEER CURT YODER, REALTOR/AUCTIONEER • (330) 204-2447 Auction ID 980 0003_110310

Buggy seat, soda bottles, Dazey churn, Ansonia Mantle clock, Post cards, Longaberger Baskets, buttons, milk bottles (McAllister), 2 man saws, sleds, fruit jars, misc chairs, flat trunk, chicken crate, crocks & jugs, 1939 Ford Flat head, Carbide lights, miner picks, coal bucket, corn jobber, corn knives, grain cleaner, snow shoes, oak hall tree, old books, Copper wringer washer, dinner bell, cream separator, old wrenches, enamel signs (Texaco), steel wheels, misc glassware & china, wooden tool chest, Enamelware.



95 Acre Farm Auction Location: 55072 TR 84 Baltic OH 43804. From Sugarcreek take SR 93 south 6.3 miles to TR 656 west ¾ mile to farm. From US RT 36 & SR 93 near West Lafayette take SR 93 north 11 miles through Fresno to previous directions. Watch for signs!

The Conesville United Methodist Church annual bazaar will be Thursday, Nov. 4 from 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. There will be baked goods, noodles, mincemeat, crafts, pickles, Country Corner and Christmas decorations. A full menu will be served all day. Located at 196 State Street in Conesville.


Grace United Methodist Church will be having a family fun night on Saturday, Nov. 6 at 6:30 p.m. There will be board games, puzzles, snacks, and fun. For more information, contact the church at 6221302.


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The Coshocton City Health Department is sponsoring a Flu Clinic now until Nov. 18 at the City Health Department from 1 – 3 p.m. The cost is $20. (Fee does not apply to clients of Medicare, traditional Medicaid, Aetna, Anthem, Humana, Molina, and Unison.)

The Coshocton Christian Tabernacle will be having an all-you-can-eat pancake breakfast on Saturday, Nov. 6 from 8 – 11:30 a.m. Admission for adults is $5 and children 12 and under are $3. There will be door prizes and two grand prizes including a basketball and cheerleading scholarship.

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The Coshocton Soil and Water Conservation District’s November board meeting time has been changed to 8 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 10. The meetA benefit Dinner and Auction for William “Bud” ing will be at the District Office, 724 S. 7th Street, Darr will be at the Clow Union Hall on Nov. 20. Coshocton. Dinner will be at 2 p.m. and the Auction will be at 4 p.m. Bud has been diagnosed with cancer and Evaluations and registration deadline for boys and girls basketball and cheerleading will be Nov. 13 from all proceeds will help with expenses. Contact Tink 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. at the Coshocton Christian Tabernacle. Wilson (622-4518); Amy Darr (622-9059); Darla Darr (740-291-2989); or Stephanie Darr (740-294-5390) The first 200 participants receive $25 off the registrawith questions. tion price.

Prairie Chapel will be having a “7@7” praise and worship on Nov. 7 at 7 p.m. The evening will feature “Saving Sunday” and Stephanie Grudier will give the message.

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CR 51 is located 1 mile west of West Bedford off SR 541 or 2 miles south of Mohawk off of SR 79.


This modular home offers you 3 bedrooms, living room w/ fireplace, family room, large kitchen. Master bedroom has a master bath w/ garden tub. The 5 +/- acres has a 30x30 pole building. Terms on Real Estate: Sells with no reserve. 10% down time of sale. Taxes will be prorated to date of closing. No contingencies in contract.


Truck: 1997 S-10, 4x4 AT – 200,000+ miles. Tools: Lincoln power mig welder, 14” band saw, engine hoist, Campbell Hausfield 60 gal upright air compressor, engine stand, cutting torches, large tool box, all types mechanics tools, open & boxed wrenches, sockets, screwdrivers, etc, etc, etc, floor jacks, 2 old riding mowers, hat collection, bolts, screws, etc. Note: Very partial list. If you are looking for shop tools, don’t miss this auction. Terms on Personal Property: Cash or check time of sale. Positive I.D. required. Auction Order: Real Estate first followed by Personal Property. Estate of: Robert Miller Coshocton County Case# 21010086 Attorney: Jason Given Auctioneers: Herb Peddicord (740) 502-3110 Greg Rice (740) 502-3111 Ryan LePage (740) 502-4227

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The Positive Purpose MS Support Group is planning a Harvest Hangout on Sunday, Nov. 14 at 2 p.m. The event will be at the Coshocton County Memorial Hospital located at 1460 Orange Street in Coshocton. The Coshocton County Firefighter’s Toy Chest will be having a Toy Drive Saturday, Nov. 6 from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. at the Coshocton County Fairgrounds Main Gate. They will be accepting new toys, wrapping paper, scotch tape, and monetary donations to help low-income families with Christmas toys.



12:00 PM 231 S. Lawn Ave.

This nice 1064 sf., 2 BR, 2-story is situated on a large 73x260 flat city lot. Features include replacement windows, high efficiency furnace, 100amp circuit breakers, and a 40x20 detached garage. Also included is an extra vacant lot next door 73x260 with a 20x20 concrete block garage. You’ll get all of the above “for one money.” This is a great opportunity.

This nice 1348 sf., 3 BR, 2-story is situated on a low maintenance, 45x47 flat city lot. Property has been recently remodeled. Features include a covered front porch, 1st floor bedroom, 1st floor laundry room, 1st floor bath, recent roof, recent gas forced air furnace, and 100 amp circuit breakers. This is perfect for the investor or first time buyer.

Real Estate Terms: Properties will be offered independently by a very motivated seller having the right to confirm the last bid. A $1,000 non-refundable deposit due day of auction and balance at closing within 30 days of sale. No contingencies accepted and all inspections must be made prior to day of auction. Call auctioneer for co-broke requirements. Viewing: By appointment; call auctioneer, also property will be open one hour prior to sale. Owner/Agent: Stan Braxton Auctioneer: James F. Nelson

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The Three Rivers Fire District Ladies Auxiliary Soup Supper will be Saturday, Nov. 13 from 4 – 7 p.m. at the Three Rivers Fire District Community Center, located across the highway from Carter Lumber. The meal includes all-you-can-eat soup, desserts and drinks. Soups included are chili, chicken noodle, ham and bean. $5 per person and children 10 and under are $3. Take out is available and there will be door prizes and a 50/50 drawing. Tryouts for the spring season of New Wave Volleyball Club will be at the River View Jr., High School Sunday, Nov. 7 for students 13 years and under from 5 – 6:30 p.m. and Sunday, Nov. 21 for students 17 years and under from 4:30 – 6 p.m. There will be a mandatory parent meeting for all ages Nov. 7 at 5 p.m. and Nov. 21 at 4:30 p.m. All players must preregister at The cost to tryout is $15 payable at the door. Club fees are $575 payable in three installments. For more information, contact Jeri Helfer at (740) 404-5446 or The Salvation Army Soup Supper will be Nov. 11 from 11 a.m. – 4 p.m. Cost for adults is $5 and children 12 and under are $3. The menu includes bean or vegetable soup, chicken sandwich, pie or cake and a drink. Additional food may be purchased for an additional cost. The proceeds go to The Salvation Army Ladies Home League. Public Employee Retirees Chapter 77 (PERI) will meet Wednesday, Nov. 10 at the Coshocton Senior Center. There will be a meal at Noon and a short business meeting with a guest speaker afterwards. Contact the Senior Center at 622-4852 by Friday, Nov. 5 to make your lunch reservation. Blue Star Mothers of America will be having their next meeting on Monday, Nov. 8 at Annin at 6:30 p.m. After the meeting, there will be a tour of the facility.

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The Clark Community Presbyterian Church will have their 2nd Annual Bazaar on Saturday, Nov. 6th from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. in Clark. There will be crafts, country store including jellies, jams, salsa, relishes and candy. The lunch menu will include vegetable soup, sandwiches, noodles, potato salad and pies.

The Warsaw United Methodist Church’s Jacob’s Closet is open every Thursday morning from 9 a.m. - Noon and the last Thursday of each month 9 a.m. - Noon and 5 – 8 p.m. They accept donations any week day from 9 a.m. - Noon. For more information, call 740-824-3228.


There will be a Rummage Sale at the Presbyterian Church Friday, Nov. 5 from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. and Saturday, Nov. 6 from 9 a.m. - 1p.m. will be a bag sale. It is $4 a garbage bag. All proceeds go to Presbyterian Women’s Mission Projects.

“Martha’s Cupboard” offers free items to those who live in Fresno and West Lafayette. Some documents are required to receive services. The cupboard is open the third Saturday of each month from 10 11:30 a.m. at the Fresno United Methodist Church. Call (740) 545-6422 for further information.

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The Emmanuel Lutheran Church will be having a Holiday Bazaar Nov. 13 from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. in the fellowship hall. There will be lunch, homemade noodles, a cookie table, baked goods, quilt raffle, crafts and white elephant.


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Due to lack of interest, the Sacred Heart School bazaar scheduled for Nov. 6 has been canceled.

Coshocton County ADHD Support Group. The ADHD Support Group meets at St. John’s UCC on Nov. 23 or Dec. 14 from 5 - 6:30 p.m. Any age can attend and childcare is provided upon request. All information is confidential. For more information or questions, contact Angie Moses at 623-8551 or by email at Web site: www.

Land Transfers: 10/21/10 Darcy Renee Rogers to James Clifton Hammond; $79,720 Joseph D. Raber and Katie D Raber to Paul D Miller; $120,000 Homesales Inc to Kevin W and Tamara P Specht; $29,000

Delbert R. Yoder and Susie S Yoder to Charles A Petek and Betty D Petek; $60,000 10/22/10 Kim I Cabot to Angelica D Jones; $5,000 Robert L and Andrea K Taylor to HSBC Mortgage Services Inc; $50,000 Christopher W Bice, as Executor of the Estate of Kathleen Noble to John R. Guinther and Sandra K Guinther; $48,000

more public record on page 22 Be the proud owner of this 1.5 home in a quiet neighborhood. Many updates, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, covered patio and detached garage. $500 towards closing costs. $73,000 Cabin style on approx 1.3 A. 3 BR, 2.5 baths, newer oak kitchen. Great room w/stone FP. Many unusual woods used throughout the home. Built by a professor from Ohio University. Potting shed and natural flower. gardens, brick patio and secluded setting close to the paved highway.


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Furniture: Broyhill dining table w/6 full cane back chairs, cherry entertainment center, Brandt corner chair, Haywood Wakefield kneehole desk w/chair, Haywood Wakefield chair, couch, Pennsylvania House night stand/lamp, octagon lamp stand w/ lamp, 2 fireside chairs. Collectibles: Hand blown glass Mayflower, Roscoe pictures & frames, OSU cushions, Smuckers collector plate, Polynesian ornaments, 7 pc salt set w/bucket, Jean Anders Tranquility Painting. Silver Plate: Fenton Nobility Silver plate Collection – service for 7 w/ sugar & creamer, Shrimp server, warmer, gravy boat, bread tray server, teapot & coffee pot on tray, covered serving dish, candlestick holder. Household Goods: White sewing machine, 2 quilts, kitchen related glass, Pyrex, electric coffee pot, sandwich grill, crock pot, stainless steamer, milk glass cake stand, polished pewter coaster set, wine glasses, goblets, throw rugs, hand vac, ice crusher, popcorn popper, cake plate w/ cover, dehumidifier, folding round table, card table w/4 chairs, portable heaters, clothes rack on casters, video cassette recorder, Bissell Powerforce bagless vacuum. Lawn/Garden/Tools: 21” John Deere JS30 self-propelled self-start mower, 3 hp Craftsman electric edger, electric grill, McCulloch electric blower, Lawn Boy snow blower, 6’- 8’ step ladders, 20’ aluminum ext. ladder, hand saw, axe, foot tire pump, thatching rake, rake, broom, pitch fork, edger, few hand tools, mechanics & garden tools, small shop vac, lawn seeder/spreader, hand lawn seeder, electric hedge trimmer, small compressor, Toro power shovel, wheelbarrow, miscellaneous tools, bird feeder, garden hoses, lawn chair, ext. cord, hard hat, wrought iron flower stand firewood rack, 20 pc socket set, 2 free standing metal shelves. Miscellaneous: Suitcases, briefcases, screen & projector, travel iron, games, pictures, needlepoint, artificial green plant, misc. Christmas, wall assembly, vases, lots of neat clean small articles. Auctioneers Note: Small auction of very high quality. Entertainment center absolutely beautiful – being offered as a completed unit – TV – DVD – CD - etc. Terms: Cash or check time of sale. Positive I.D. required. Owner: Ronald & Marilyn Ashcraft Auctioneers: Herb Peddicord (740) 502-3110 Greg Rice (740) 502-3111 Ryan LePage (740) 502-4227

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Has a right of way off of CR 495 and that parcel number is 0130000002305. .395 A and the actual access is from Medberry. $36,500

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Marriages: Brandon Jay Selders of Coshocton to Brittany Nicole Tennant of Coshocton William Allen Atkinson of Coshocton to Tianna Nicole Lepley of New Philadelphia Booker T Sams of Coshocton to Letitia M Kelson of Coshocton Michael James Brooks of Coshocton to Amber Sue Williams of Coshocton Robert Douglas Crowthers of Coshocton to Jennifer Balangitao Tagapan

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Coshocton Common Pleas Court – Divorces/Dissolutions Divorce Emily Anne Stiteler of Marion from William James Stiteler of Coshocton Dissolutions Loretta Leary of Warsaw from Kelly Leary of Warsaw Karen S Olinger of Walnut Creek from Baxter E Olinger of Fresno Jolina D Murray of Fresno from Donald A Murray Jr of Dover Melissa Dawn Hahn of Plainfield from Nicholas Earl Hahn of West Lafayette

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The Sacred Heart School will be having “A Taste of Tuscany” on Friday, Nov. 12 from 5 – 8 p.m. in the Sacred Heart School gymnasium. Menu includes a choice of spaghetti with marinara sauce with or

Coshocton County ADHD Support Group is having a fundraiser on Nov. 6 from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. at the Downtowner Plaza. Schwans Foods will be sitting at the Plaza entrance/exit. This fundraiser will benefit Coshocton County ADHD Support Group. Schwans has all of their holiday items available.


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The Walhonding Valley Ladies Auxiliary Craft Bazaar will be Saturday, Nov. 13 from 9 a.m. - 2 p.m. at Walhonding Valley Fire Station. Crafters Wanted. For more information, call Kathy at 740-824-4246 or Sherry at 740-824-4376.

Community Calendar will only publish news briefs once and will only include the who, what, why, when, where, and contact information. The events must be local, charitable in nature, and no more than 75 words.

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The Coshocton County Chapter of the Ohio Genealogical Society will meet Nov. 16 in the basement meeting room of the Coshocton Public Library from 7:30 p.m. – 9 p.m. Guest speaker will be Chris Hart presenting “A Taste for War”. Admission is free.

without meatballs, chicken and broccoli alfredo, lasagna, and shrimp and scallops in white wine sauce. All meals include a salad, breadsticks, beverage and dessert. Cost is $10 for adults and $6 for children. Each additional entrée is $5. All proceeds benefit Sacred Heart School.

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The Pink Ladies Auxiliary will be having a book fair Wednesday, Nov. 3 from 11 a.m. – 6:30 p.m. and Thursday, Nov. 4 from 6:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. at Grand Central Station in the hospital.





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Staff members from Health Services of Coshocton County, along with many supportive family members and friends, recently participated in the annual Light the Night Walk sponsored by the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society (LLS). Throughout the summer, the group worked together on numerous fundraising activities enabling them to present the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society with a check for $3,050. The mission of LLS is to cure leukemia, lymphoma, Hodgkin’s, and myeloma, and improve the quality of life of patients and their families. The Health Services of Coshocton Team walked in memory and honor of their many family members and patients who have been touched by cancer.

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Woodworking Equip. Auction

Location: 10250 S Kansas Rd Fredericksburg OH 44627. From Mt. Hope OH take SR 241 north approx. 3 miles to Twp Rd 652 (at Ashery), north on 652 approx 2 miles to location. From Kidron take Kidron Rd south approx 6 miles to Salt Creek Rd and west 1 mile to location. Signs posted.

Wed., Nov. 17 • 10 am

EQUIPMENT: Cameron Optimatch; Cantek planer sander; 45’ shaving bin; 2 Whirlwind chop saws, 212 left hand; 2 Taylor clamp carrier 32” clamps; Cummins diesel, 400 hp; JD diesel, 120 hp; Ekstrom Carlson model E rip saw; Taylor Optisizer; 7’ Cyclone with baghouse and air lock; 3’cyclone; Delta shaper w/ Poulea feed, 240 volts; Saylor Beall air compressor, 30 hp; Quincy air compressor, 20 hp; 2 pressure comp hydraulic pump; 3 2500 watt invertors; 1500 watt inverter; 1000 watt inverter; Yamaha 12,000 watt generator; Honda 5,000 watt inverter/generator; glue spreader, 20”x16’; glue pump; alternator stand; large storage battery; 8” dust pipe; 2 10” dust pipes; shavings auger, 10”x21’; 45’ semi trailer; stock feeder; 2 hydraulic oil coolers; gas heater; 10’x12’ storage building; 10x14 storage barn; checkwriters; 8’ fluorescent lights; 4’ fluorescent lights; banding carts; extension ladder, 40ft; exhaust silencer; 4”; guard panels; electric panels; used chains and races; saw blades; air valves; fittings; router table; Dewalt router; steam whistle; conveyor20”x30”; 2 roll away tool cabinets; 24” tool box; 2 electric radiator heaters; 30 ton shop press; 2 presto lifts, 4,000lb capacity; 24’x46’ conveyor; scrap pile; dead rolls, 20”x8’; Crown 27”x 42” pallet jacks, several; lay-up-table; 24”CKM planer; 2 propane heaters; hydraulic motors; power rollers; phone booth; Delta drill press, bench mount; clamp rack; eye wash station; wrenches; 3 Dennison hydraulic pump sets; Vickers hydraulic pump set; 3 500 gal hydraulic tanks w/ some oil; line shafts; jack shafts; dust pipes, 6” 12”, 10” and 16’. 24” heat pump; blowers, 8”, 12” and 21”; fuel tanks, (3) 500 gal, (1) 2000 gal; pressure washer; elevator lift; anvil; misc tools MISC. EQUIPMENT: flammable storage cabinet; 2 metal storage cabinets; filing cabinets; shelf, heavy duty, 4ft; 2 first aid stations; lunchroom booths; cook stove; refrigerator; eyeglass cleaning station; 2 water coolers; trash cans; 2 8’ tables w/ several chairs; several wheel barrows; fire extinguisher; wall clocks; GUNS & MISC: Marlin model 60, 22 cal; Thompson Center Thunder Hawk muzzleloader, 50 cal; 10’ alum. boat; antique railroad lanterns Terms: Cash or good check with proper I.D LUNCH STAND Note: Crosco is streamlining their operation and going to 1 location, eliminating the need for this quality equipment. Call for more info.

706 Otsego Ave • 524 South 7th St • Coshocton SALES & DETAIL | 622-8350 MECHANICAL SERVICE | 622-4656

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NEW DETAIL DEPARTMENT Economy Detail – $50 Standard Detail – $90 Ultimate Extreme Detail – $125 & up ltd.

noRThERn CoshoCTon CounTy fARM in 8 PARCELs



Location: CR 236 & TR 236 Fresno, Ohio. From Baltic take SR 93 south approx. 3 miles to CR 236 continue southwest approx. 1 mile to location. From US 36 take SR 93 north through Pearl to CR 236 and continue southwest approximately 1 mile to location.

Tuesday, Nov. 16 • 3:30pm 101 Acres * Crawford Twp. * Coshocton Co. * Garaway Schools * Open Tillable * Wooded * Building Sites * Rolling * Barn * * Machinery Sheds * Excellent Potential * An excellent piece of rural Coshocton County acreage within minutes of Baltic, this rolling ridge acreage features all the amenities you look for a in rural acreage. Rolling ground with good sites, tillable ground, wooded acreage, and spectacular views, the acreage also includes good frontage and accessibility. Improvements are comprised of a 40’x60’ bank barn, 26’x48’ pole building with 12’x48’ lean to, and a 24’x40’ pole barn. For maps, brochure, and additional parcel information visit our website or contact Anthony 330.231.4211. Real Estate sells at 4:00 PM. Contents: Lumber Piles, assorted stones additional items to follow.

SALE BY THE ORDER OF: Crosco Wood Products

Legal: Parcels 0080000000100, 0080000000200 located in Crawford Twp of Coshocton County and the Garaway School District. Taxes are $444.50 per year based on CAUV and prorated to time of closing; any recoupment will be responsibility of the buyer. Terms: 10% nonrefundable down payment, balance at closing, no financing contingencies. Any required inspections must be completed prior to bidding. Acreage and frontage amounts are subject to final survey. Parcels have preliminary County approval and are subject to final county approval. Properties are sold strictly “AS IS”. Property sells to the highest bidder. Announcements day of sale take precedence over all previous advertising and statements. Chattel Terms: Cash or good check with proper identification, payment in full day of sale. AuCTion by oRdER of: Gordon Ames & Sue Ames Osenar

KAUFMAN REALTY, INC. (888)852-4111 • DAVE KAUFMAN/AUCTIONEER JR. MILLER, REALTOR/AUCTIONEER • (330) 231-1914 Auction ID 996 0014_110310

KAufMAn REALTy, inC. (888)852-4111 • DAVe KAUFmAn/AUCTIOneeR D. Anthony KAufmAn, CAI/BroKer • (330) 231-4211 • Auction ID 986


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Wednesday, Nov. 3rd, 3 p.m.

1324 Arrowhead Dr. • Coshocton QUALITY HOUSEHOLD & FURNISHINGS

2pc. Living room suite, recliner, coffee & end tables, RCA TV, swivel rocker, bookcase, Steelcase desk, lamps, 5pc dinette, Sanyo TV, hutch, Panasonic Vacuum, small safe, 7pc dinette, server, full size bed, chest drawers, nite stands, 4 pc bedroom suite, bedding, card table & chairs, Patio table & chairs, small curio cabinet, Christmas decorations, metal shelves, books, Binoculars, rocker, small kitchen appliances.


Winchester Mod. 1890 22 long, J. Stevens 20ga. single shot, Garate Anitua 38 special, Iver Johnson 38 revolver, Crossman BB gun, Daisy BB gun, Player Piano, quilting frame, crocks, round oak table, PRR lantern, Carbide light, fruit jars, costume jewelry, Misc. glassware & china.


Lawn trailer, tree trimmer, Huffy girls bicycle, Craftsman lawn spreader, lawn cart, Misc. hand & garden tools. Much more not listed. Many Photos at Terms: Cash or approved check day of auction, ID required. Owner: Gonter Terry Longsworth, Auctioneer

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


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CALL US 623.2200

Darr and Nicole R Darr; $200,000 Greta A Scheurman Daugherty to Kirk D Scheurman and Jeanette Scheurman; $111,600 10/27/10 Carolyn J Jones to Carolyn J Jones as Trustee of the Carolyn J Jones Family Trust; $78,110 Carolyn J Jones to Carolyn J Jones as Trustee of the Carolyn J Jones Family Trust; $2,840 Carolyn J Jones to Carolyn J Jones as Trustee of the Carolyn J Jones Family Trust; $110,900 David C and Sharyn E Straits to Aden H Yoder and Ella D Yoder; $51,000 Aden H Yoder and Ella D Yoder to David C and Sharyn E Straits; $107,099.20 Debra Starkey and Orville Starkey to Sandra L Hess; $140,000 Maura and Associates Ltd to James A Ponton; $18,000 10/28/10 Roger D and Donna Marcum to Vane Marcum, Karen Marcum, Freddy Marcum and Jan Marcum; $200 Marc A Geese and Louissa J Geese to Marc A Geese and Louissa J Geese; $14,910 George W Hardesty and Anna M Hardesty to Gary M Shroyer and Rachel D Shroyer; $75,610 Willis M Yoder and Lizzie Yoder to Delbert R Yoder and Susie S Yoder; $122,239



Countrytyme Servicing LLC to Charles H Bendig; $11,395.02 Bettway Capital LLC to Issac and Vanessa Bush; $66,000 Countrytyme Servicing LLC to Charles H Bendig; $11,706.83 10/25/10 Mick A Conkle and Patricia A Conkle to Dennis J Miller and Jonas Miller Jr; $15,000 Jerry E Bradford and Carol S Bradford by Timothy L Rogers to The Home Loan Savings Bank; $59,900 10/26/10 James A Foster and Shane A Foster to Jesse Langdon; $75,000 Rona Enterprises Inc to Scott B Leigh and Cheryl A Leigh; $138,139 Charles B Baumer and Carla L Baumer to Brian E



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Kevin’s Used Appliances. Used washers, dryers and ranges. Used parts half price. Call Kevin at 740-3905114. No phone calls after 6pm. New Castle, Ohio. No Checks!

First, second cut orchard grass Timothy hay. Round or square bales. 740-824-3621

CEMETERY LOTS 2 cemetery lots, 2 vaults and 2 pre-need openings and closings in Garden of Prayer at Coshocton Memory Gardens. $3,600. Call 740-6226438 or cell 740-294-3109 FARM EQUIPMENT Kubota B5100E, 2cyl., diesel tractor, 3pt. hitch, PTO, runs good, good tires. $1,800. 740-622-4254 GARAGE/YARD SALE 1st Annual Christmas Sale at the Barn! Home of John & Terry Thompson, 46122 TR 285 (across from A-K) Signs will be posted. Nov. 6th & 7th; 9am-5pm. Huge selection of WARM GLOW Candles. Berry garland, candle rings and tins, potpourri primitive and handmade country

HORSES Paint Gelding loud color. $200. 740-327-4240 740291-7148 HOME IMPROVEMENTS 1 piece bath tub shower unit, blue and matching commode $150. for all. 740-327-4240 740-291-7148 MISC ITEMS John Deere 400, 60 inch mower, snow blower, blade, $2,200. Roto-Tiller $100. 4x8 trailer $300. Charcoal grill $25. 740-502-1863 One horse trailer $250. 10ft. stock trailer $600. 8x25 gooseneck for $800. Walnut & cherry lumber for sale. 740-291-7148 or 740-3274240 Propane fireplace, electric stove, electric water tank, electric heat pump and furnace, bathroom vanity. Call 740-623-8365

PETS Jack Russell puppies, males $75. Females $120. Also male 1/2 Jack Russell 1/2 Beagle $50. 740-291-7148 740-327-4240 3 labs, male. One 1 yr old black lab, one chocolate lab and one yellow lab. 1 Puggle, 1 year old. 1 Jack Russell, 6mo. old. All free to good home. 740-327-4240 740291-7148

WANTED TO BUY Standing Timber or chipwood. 5 acres or more. Contact 740-545-9227 WANTED: Junk vehicles, scrap metal, appliances, batteries and junk mowers. Also one time clean up and removal of rubbish. 740-5455025 APARTMENTS FOR RENT AREA RENTAL INFORMATION. Houses and Apartments. Rent or I’ll help you buy! Call 740-622-9791 today!

2 Bedroom, 2 bath with pullout, country setting, near Warsaw, very nice. 740-8244239 Country Mobile Home. Very clean, 3BR, 1.5 bath, $550/mo. $550 deposit. No pets. 33421 CR 99. New Castle. 740-824-4862 leave message if no answer Newly Remodeled mobile homes for rent. 1031 Cassingham Ave. 740-610-1070

3BR House, family room, 2 ½ baths, double car garage, outside building, nice neighborhood. $650/mo. 740-6228105 740-502-7209 ask for Shirley

For Sale: 1992 F350 Dump Truck 460 engine 5-spd, red, very good condition. $6,200. OBO 740-622-7471 anytime SUV’s 03 Kia Sorento EX, only 48k miles. $10,995. 740-6238837 06 Mazda Tribute, sunroof, leather heated seats. $13,995. 740-623-8337 06 Hyundai Tucson, sunroof. $13,695. 740-623-8337 TRAILER Triton ATV trailer, sides fold down for ramps, holds 2 ATV’s, all aluminum. $1,200. 740-622-4254

HOMES FOR RENT 3BR, 1 bath house for rent in Coshocton. Close to hospital. First floor laundry, eat in kitchen, full partial finished basement. Ready to move into on November 1st. First month’s rent of $550 and deposit of $550. are required. Rent includes water, sewage and trash. No pets, metro approved. 1609 Orchard. 740891-1290



2BR, all appliances, garage, all electric, coin operated laundry, no pets. 740-622-8020

POLE BUILDINGS Stoltzfus Pole Buildings 40’x60’x16’ $13,602. Material Only. 40’x80’x16’ $20,130. Material only. Includes 1-80# sakrete per hole, rat guard. 6x6 CCA posts 8’ O.C. , 2x4 wall and roof. Perluns 2’ O.C., Trusses 4’ O.C. Single bubble under roof metal. Closure strips under ridge vent and under roof metal down by Eves. 1 3-0 door w/lock set. 40’x60’x16’ comes w/1 10’x13’ overhead door. 40’x80’x16’ comes w/2 10’x13’ overhead door. 40 year warranty. Metal color choices. Erection available. 740-294-9636


House for Sale By Owner. Motivated Seller! Great Location in Coshocton! $92,500. 1205 Kenilworth Ave. 3 bedrooms, finished attic/fourth bedroom, gas log fireplace, breakfast nook, steel roof, new pation in 2009, close to Lincoln Elementary school. Call 740-622-4261

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AUTOS 1994 Cadillac Sedan DeVille, good condition, priced to sell. Call 740-623-3742

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Stealth O Cam, motion detector scouting & security camera. Model # MC1-DV, brand new, in original pkg. has a 90 ft. flash, passive infared sensor, heat & motion activated. Asking $35.00 for. Call 740-623-0093 for more information.

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HANDYMAN, I’ll do a lot of different kinds of handyman work. Also, roofing, exterior painting, roof coating, siding, gutter cleaning, yard work, hauling of scrap metals, brush, gravel and other things. Call 740-575-4571

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2007 FORD MUSTANG Conv., Loaded!

only $289*/MO 2007 TOYOTA COROLLA

only $227*/MO 2007 CHEVY IMPALA Power Roof

only $259*/MO

‘07 VW JETTA Wolfburg Edition

only $259*/MO




only $236*/MO 2003 PONTIAC GRAND PRIX

only $296*/MO 2002 CHEVY IMPALA

Only 44k miles

only $8,740

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Stow & Go

only $299*/MO ‘07 CHRYSLER PT-CRUISER Loaded!

only $282*/MO 2008 CHEVY EQUINOX

only $199*/MO 1999 OLDS 88 Super Sharp, Only 72k miles

only $287*/MO 2001 CHEVY BLAZER

4 dr., 4WD, Very Clean

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only $7,940

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Volume 3, Number 27 of The Beacon