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harvest time Trucks of all sizes and types from a multi county area continue to roll into Coshocton Grain Company on Browns Lane to unload the American version of “Yellow Gold”. Corn was at $5.65 per bushel as of Monday morning, Nov. 8 while soybeans were $12.33 per bushel. Coshocton Grain Company reported that 40 trucks had unloaded their precious cargo as of 11 am on Monday morning. Beacon photo by Mark fortune

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by beth dulaney scott her thirty-year reign as director and has loved every minute of it. She said she gets her ideas for the themes from every day observances. “I really like doing it,” she said, “Sometimes it’s a challenge to come up with new ideas, but I love the people.” Haumschild said that a lot of the people involved, she has known over the years, especially as students when she had been the music teacher at River View for 27 years. She said that the cast is like an extended family, and like a lot of families, they only see each other once a year during the practices and performances. Haumschild said it’s always fun seeing old friends when practices start up again, as well as meeting new friends. Prior to each showing, the River View Park Board will be having a soup and sandwich supper from 5 – 7 p.m. on Friday and Saturday and Noon – 2 p.m. on Sunday. Tickets are on sale now and are available by calling 622-5031. Anyone may call Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. and 5 – 7 p.m. Tickets may be picked up at the door the night of the performances or from Fischer Funeral Home or at Hahn’s Monday – Friday from 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Performance dates are Friday, Nov. 19, Saturday, Nov. 20 at 7:30 p.m., and Sunday, Nov. 21 at 2:30 p.m. “It’s a really nice comedy,” Haumschild said, “and a lot of good talent. People are always amazed at the talent hidden here in Coshocton County.”

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just the thing. Their 53rd annual Minstrel Show’s theme this year is “Vacation” and the acts deal with anything and everything to do with getting way, relaxing with friends, taking a break, with a few jokes along the way of course. The Minstrel Show is completely familyfriendly and is only called a minstrel show because of the format and terminology used during the performance. There are 13 soloists, six chorus numbers, and various “interruptions” during the show with a total of 55 people involved. Jean Haumschild, director of the show for thirty years, said that rehearsals have been going well and she’s glad to see a lot of enthusiasm from the performers. “It’s a great night out for family,” she said, “I encourage people to bring their children because there will be some musical education involved.” This is Haumschild’s thirtieth year directing the show. She became involved with the minstrel show when her uncle asked her to be in the chorus. After one year in the chorus, she started


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When: Thanksgiving Day November 25th Where: The American Legion Post 65 652 Main Street Coshocton, OH Time: 12:00 p.m. till gone Please come in and enjoy a nice meal, fellowship and fun!


Sacred Heart participates in Red Ribbon Week sponsored by Coshocton Behavioral Health Choices. Each classroom in grades K-6 decorated their classroom door based on the “I am Drug-free” theme. The winning door, Ms. Ann Cugliari’s fifth grade, won a $25 Dairy Queen ice cream party courtesy of Behavioral Health Choices. Pictured from left to right are Ms. Cugliari, Abby Zimomra, Bruce Collins, Hannah Jacobs and Mattison Harrison. The door says, “We don’t get wrapped up in drugs.” photo contributed to


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came through for the levy Voters across America and we thank every one sent a message to our of the voters that voted.” politicians in Washington last Tuesday. The An emotional Bob “swing” voters, as they Batchelor remarked on are commonly called, the victory, “It’s beyond apparently cast their explanation. Dreams do votes in favor of less come true. This is one federal government, of those things that I lower taxes and intrusion wasn’t sure was possible into our lives. It is my and now it’s becoming a belief that if the message reality. I’m overwhelmed Mark fortune and I’m humbled as well. is not received we will have another sea change in 2012. We went to 4,000 doors and went to as On the local front, the OSU many things as possible. At the end I Extension levy was successful, the was running on fumes. We just wanted River View renewal improvement levy to come into this tonight knowing that passed and Bob Batchelor will be our we did everything we could do no new Court of Common Pleas judge. matter what the result and we could River View Local Schools still hold our heads high, knowing we superintendent Kyle Kanuckel did our best.” commented when it became apparent Batchelor’s final comment was that the RV schools levy would pass, to the question, “What does it mean “It’s important people know how much having done this as a family?” he we appreciate people taking the time to responded tearfully, “They’re the understand the issue and realizing how finest people. I’ve been blessed with important a renewal is for us. In today’s a lot of things. I’ve been blessed with environment anytime a school levy is an incredible wife and two sons that on the ballot you just never know. I are probably going to turn out to be certainly appreciate the fact that people better men than I’ll ever be. They made came out and supported this. We’re incredible sacrifices this year and I love going to continue to work hard for their them very much.” As I listened and watched Bob votes, and continue to work hard for our respond to this question with tears in people and especially for our kids.” OSU Extension levy chair Rick his eyes and the sheer, utter exhaustion Merrell exclaimed as it also became telling on his face from a hard fought obvious that the levy would pass by a campaign, the people of Coshocton fairly large margin, “It’s a great night. County can be proud of the effort put Our committee worked hard, they forth by both Batchelor and Todd worked hard to get the message out and Drown. Thankfully, there are still I think they did get the message out. Americans that are willing to put their We’re proud of the Coshocton County lives on hold to run a campaign and people and the decisions that they’ve hold office. made. We’ve lost so much in this And this week we observe and county and we just couldn’t afford to celebrate another group of Americans lose the OSU Extension and those 800 that put it all on the line – in many kids that are involved in 4-H. It’s just cases, giving their life so that we can great that we can continue and we have vote in a free country. Those are our a good many years to continue. We’re Veteran’s. Thank you. so glad and so proud that the county

Staff and students at Sacred Heart “Think Pink”

“think pink” Staff and students at Sacred Heart School wore pink on Friday,

Oct. 29 in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Nearly $150 was raised and donated to Hospice of Coshocton County in honor of all the special women in each of their lives who suffer from this disease. photo contributed to the


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On Wednesday, Nov. 3, United Way Campaign Progress signs were installed around Coshocton County. SmurfitStone Container Corporation employees installed four signs located at the entrance of the village of Conesville, on the Hopewell School property, the Coshocton County Courthouse lawn and at Tedrick Accounting in West Lafayette. The United Way Campaign appeal will continue through the end of December. The goal this year is $350,000, the same as last year. Pledge cards can be downloaded from the United Way Web site at and contributions sent to United Way, PO Box 84, Coshocton, OH 43812. 98.5% of contributions stay in our county and are considered an investment in your community. They will be used as allocations to the 19 partner agencies of United Way of Coshocton County. Give. Advocate. Volunteer. LIVE UNITED.


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L-r: Third place winner, Rodney Taylor; second place winner Greg Randles; and first place winner Dick Lewis.

When members of the Beta Sigma Phi sorority entered the Coshocton County home, they were greeted with the sight of virtually all residents glued to their very own 16 inch television. The night before, the sorority had donated the new television to the residents during a dinner party. The owners of the home said it wasn’t long after the girls left that chairs were brought close to the set and it was switched on. The sorority purchased the set from Mr. Harry Boal who had heard about their plan to donate it to the county home and gave the sorority a discount. One resident said he was happy to have the set because it was something a lot of people didn’t have but something most people would like to have.


November 13th, 1960 There was a new display on the courthouse lawn that was drawing some attention, partly due to its size. The display was a 20-foot plywood image of a Boy Scout saluting the community with a sign that read, “Boy Scouts Salutes You: Support our Community Chest”. This 20-foot wonder was the brainchild of Scout executive, Steve Baily who wanted to call attention to scouting activities and express appreciation of all scouts in the Community Chest program. Harold Thompson, chairman of the Community Chest, was touched by the meaningful display.


November 14th, 1970 Kay Wells of Warsaw loved music, sewing and especially farming and agriculture. She enrolled in the vocational agriculture course at River View and was later accepted as the first girl in the county into the FFA program. Kay was a freshman when accepted into the program and received her jacket and pin along with 34 boys who were also accepted. Kay said she had felt nervous about being in the program at first, but she said it was great and encouraged other girls in her county to get involved.


November 16th, 1980 Whenever a friend is in need, they know whom to call: Una Brown. Una had been quilting for over 50 years and had hand-made over 300 quilts in her lifetime, selling only three or four of them. The others were given to sick friends in need of a loving touch, family and friends for the perfect Christmas gift, and overseas missionaries at her church. She doesn’t work alone. A handful of friends gathered weekly at Una’s home to help her make her quilts. Una was completely self-taught on the loom and also had made 350 rugs in one year. Around the holidays, her friends looked forward to Una’s homemade candies.

All information was obtained from microfilm of the Coshocton Tribune at the Coshocton County Library.

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Eighteen contestants competed in a chili cookoff to benefit United Way at the AEP Generating Station on Thursday, Oct. 21. A total of $654 was raised during the event. First place winner was

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Dick Lewis, second place was awarded to Greg Randles and third place went to Rodney Taylor. Judges for the event were Mike Cichon from Coshocton County Career Center, Joel Moore, Conesville Elementary School’s Principal, and Bill Bussard, of Local 1466. Planning for the event was done by employees Mary Ellen Daugherty, who is also a United Way board of control member, and Sherra Swope, Senior Administrative Assistant who said, “It is truly amazing to see employees come together to benefit United Way. Without such giving employees, this would not have been the success it was. It shows just how much the community in which our employees work and/or live means to them.” Proceeds will go to the 2010-11 United Way campaign and will be used as allocations for the 19 partner agencies of United Way of Coshocton County.

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and caring in helping participants learn to help themselves is outstanding. Their commitment, pride and celebration of successes shared with participants are empowering. Judge France also noted that, after seeing one of the first people who completed the program sober and on their way to work, he wholeheartedly believes that the program’s “successes” make the team’s efforts well worth it! The members of the Mental Health & Recovery Services Board’s Recovery Advisory Council believe that Judge France and his Court team are most certainly true friends of recovery.

Coshocton County Veterans Day Ceremony The speaker will be David Corbett. The Walhonding Rube Band will provide patriotic music. Tim Vance & George Clark will play TAPS while Reverend Diana Caton will give the Invocation & Benediction. Also, on Thurs., Nov. 11th at 5:00 PM



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Coshocton County Veterans Council in conjunction with Coshocton County Veterans Service Commission and Office Staff will conduct the Veterans Day Ceremony on Thursday, November 11, 2010 at 11:00 AM in front of the Court House.

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Inc.’s Coshocton Counseling Center; and Trista Fry, Screening Coordinator. The Court team offers innovative approaches to address the special needs of offenders with substance abuse problems and mental illnesses, who have been charged with misdemeanor offenses and are facing a potential jail sentence. The team works to help participants-who often have low self-esteem, no confidence and are sometimes depressed, become lawabiding citizens. They not only work to engage participants in treatment services, but they also provide help and support in meeting the complexity of issues they face around work, housing, education, finances, health care, and transportation. Judge France says that by being consistent, regular and offering a lot of support on a weekly basis, the Court is better able to understand participants and help them improve themselves. The presenters of the 2010 Friend of Recovery award noted that the team’s dedication

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Judge Tim France and his Intensive Supervised Probation team were the recipients of the 2010 Friend of Recovery award which was presented Sept. 21 by the Mental Health & Recovery Services Board’s Recovery Advisory Council. The Intensive Supervised Probation Program is a cooperative effort between the Coshocton Municipal Court, Coshocton Behavioral Health Choices, Six County Inc.’s Coshocton counseling Center and the Coshocton County Department of Job & Family Services. Judge France started the program in 2006 because of his desire to help people who want to turn their lives around. The Court is presided over by the Honorable Timothy L. France, Coshocton County Municipal Court Judge, in collaboration with Court team members: Larry Miller, Court Bailiff; Christine Wilson, Probation Officer; Chris McCabe, Chief Probation Officer; Tyra Hixon, Clinical Director for Coshocton Behavioral Health Choices; Lisa Scott from the Department of Job & Family Services; John Moon, Director of Six County,



Beautiful hand-crafted decorations at Conesville United Methodist Church’s Holiday Bazaar Beautiful fall and Christmas decorations graced the tables at Conesville United Methodist Church on Thursday, Nov. 4 during their annual Holiday Bazaar. The bazaar offered many homemade items such as handmade reindeer, sleighs, gift baskets, spirit scarves, homemade necklaces, cookies, bread and noodles. It took 122 pounds of flour and 60 dozen eggs to make all the tasty noodles needed for the bazaar. Twenty volunteers came together to help make the noodles, which is great for fellowship

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and friendship in a small church such as Conesville. The church plans for the bazaar throughout the year. The craft group meets twice a year to start making all the beautifully detailed handmade crafts that will later be purchased at the bazaar. After crafts are made, they decide on the price that they will be sold for and then they are boxed up and stored until the big day. The group meets again in September and October to begin making the yummy food for the bazaar. “It’s the fellowship and working as a team and a group that’s important,” said Zoe good food and good friends Conesville United Methodist Worthington, chairperson of the Church had their annual Holiday Bazaar on Thursday, Nov. 4. Pictured bazaar. She along with her friend here (l-r): Dean Wortman, Dale King, Jim Piper, and Gail Piper. Jim said he enjoyed all the good food and Gail said she enjoyed, “Coming to see Marilyn Fuller help coordinate old friends. It’s always fun to see what everyone’s made.” The church the bazaar every year and Pat had their bazaar from 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. beacon photo by beth Maple oversees the bake sale. dulaney scott The group also made 12 pound of candy for the bazaar. hour shifts. Some stayed for their shift while A constant stream of people came to the others stayed all day to help serve food. church all day to eat, browse and to buy. They “If we didn’t have the volunteers, we were surprised when people started lining up wouldn’t be able to do it,” said Marilyn Fuller. outside of the church’s door before they even All the monies raised at the bazaar went opened that morning at 10 a.m. to help pay for a new roof recently put on the A full menu was served in the basement parsonage. The rest will go toward the general all day from 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. including four fund. types of soup, five types of sandwiches, potato salad, macaroni salad, Jell-O, pies and cakes. Volunteers had signed up earlier to help for two-


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Veteran’s Day Tribute


A Veteran’s Tribute: To one courageous woman who gave her all behind the front lines

original nurse’s kit Elaine Farie of Warsaw

looks lovingly at her aunt’s original nurse’s instruments she used during World War II. Elaine has in her possession her aunt’s original trunk, multiple diplomas, and hundreds of pictures that were preserved by her aunt before her death. The nurse’s kit and various diplomas will be donated to the Medical Heritage Center at the Ohio State University. beacon photo

by beth dulaney scott

Often during the Veteran’s Day holiday, many Americans turn their minds to the ones who have served our country on the front lines to help keep our homes and communities safe from outside threats. However, many Americans fail to realize the ones who worked tirelessly behind the scenes ensuring that our military men and women were healthy and well. Elaine Farie has preserved and protected the memory of one such woman, Marie Josephine Isselstein, her aunt, who was a nurse during World War II. This strong, brave, courageous woman left a legacy that has inspired her niece, Elaine, to walk in her footsteps and become a nurse in order to help her fellow men. Born on Dec. 21, 1906, Marie was the fifth of 10 children and grew up in southern Ohio. Responsibility, work ethic, Christian values and compassion for her fellow man were instilled in Marie at a very young age. She graduated from Nelsonville High School in 1924 and after three years of nursing school, she graduated from Holzier Hospital School of Nursing in 1928. She received a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1935 from Ohio University and a Master of Arts degree in Public Health from Columbia University in New York in 1938. From 1935 – 1943, she had various positions as a nursing instructor until she was sent overseas in 1943, now captain of the

Army Nurses Corp, as a nurse consultant. She served under General Dwight Eisenhower at the Expeditionary Forces Supreme Headquarters in European Theatre of War. Marie worked with the American, English and French armies, being fluent in German and French, setting up nursing and medical services in combat areas. During her stay in Tokyo, First Lieutenant Marie was appointed nurse consultant and health educator for the civilian people under General Douglas McArthur. She was also the only woman to ever cover the entire Western front under combat. After the war, she was the first woman to enter Buchenwald Concentration Camp after its liberation to tend the survivors. After V-E Day, she was nurse consultant for the occupational Army with headquarters at Berlin and Frankfurt. Now a major, Marie returned to her studies and did graduate work at Ohio University in Athens. She then married Lt. Col. Roland Desenier in 1952 and started writing articles on the pressing need for quality health care for the military and veterans. The trunk that she carried with her during her stay in Europe is now in the possession of Elaine. The trunk was stored away at her cousin’s house, which formerly belonged to Marie, and had many of her possessions and memories. It contained, essentially, Marie’s life. Her diplomas were stored inside, still wrapped neatly in their original mailing cylinder tubes, and hundreds upon hundreds of photos that Marie had painstakingly scrapbooked in at least half a dozen books. These books also contained leaves, bark, and other items from nature that she had collected over the years, including three or four pages of four-leaf clovers, each marked with the date it was lovingly picked. One curious detail about Marie’s life that is also preserved within these books is the story of her last name. Although her real name was Isselstein, she changed it to Stone. Isselstein is very German and sounds very Jewish. For her own protection, Marie decided to take the English translation of her German last name and thus, on some documents in her memorabilia, her name appears as Marie Stone. Perhaps the most fascinating piece of memorabilia is Marie’s very own nurse’s kit, complete with most of her original instruments including scissors and even reusable sterile needles. “When I think of where it has been and who it might have been with, it’s pretty remarkable,” said Elaine, “I mean, to think of how primitive it is and yet where it went and maybe if she helped save one life, remembering in 1944, that’s the best they had.” Elaine didn’t get to know her aunt well until later in life when she started nursing school.

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answered the call of duty

This amazing woman veteran worked behind the front lines in World War II to ensure the safety and well-being of our boys fighting overseas. After her military discharge, Major Isselstein continued to fight for quality health care for military veterans. beacon photo from elaine

Farie’s collection

Elaine always knew she wanted to be a nurse and during her three years of nursing school, her aunt was always there to encourage her. To Elaine, her aunt’s trunk and especially her pictures and nurse’s kit have become very special and sentimental to her. She has decided to donate the nurse’s kit and her aunt’s diplomas to the Medical Heritage Center at the Ohio State University where they can be preserved and appreciated by visitors to the museum and students following in Marie’s footsteps. Marie Josephine Isselstein passed away from cancer on Feb. 2, 1968. Those by her bedside say she died with a smile on her face with a complete satisfied and fulfilled life. “I would believe in my heart that she would have no regrets for what she did,” Elaine said. “She would do it over again a thousand times. She would never have not done it if she had known what she was going to face when she got there. I would tell her how much I admire her fortitude, her faith, her belief and her humanity in her fellow man and the fact that she gave all that she could give. I would praise her for what she did.” A sincere thank you to all veterans whether serving on the front lines or behind the lines of battle for their service in keeping our country safe. Have a safe and happy Veteran’s Day!

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Library News from Coshocton County Public Libraries Monday, Nov. 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. 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. 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. 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, finger plays, seasonal crafts, and fun. One time registration is requested by calling 622-0956. Wednesday, Nov. 10, 17, 24: Plugged and Unplugged; Coshocton Public Library; Teens are

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

Thursday, Nov. 18: 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. Please register all attendants by calling the library at 622-0956, or register online. 10:30 - 11 a.m.

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 6220956 for information. 5 – 7 p.m.

Saturday, Nov. 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.

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.

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.

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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. 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

Adult Non-Fiction Exercising Your Soul: 15 Minutes a Day to a Spiritual Life by: Gary Jansen Teen The Keepers’ Tattoo by: Gill Arbuthnott Children’s Book A Mother’s Song by Janet Lawler

Wednesday, Nov. 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.

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Staff members from Coshocton Hospital’s Laboratory were part of a community-wide blood draw organized by Health Services of Coshocton. Testing was available on Wednesday, Nov. 3 at Health Services located at 230 South Fourth Street. Coshocton Hospital personnel provided many types of testing such as Regular Profile with CBC, Thyroid Study, PSA, A1C, Colorectal Screen and Blood Pressure Checks. Participants were required to pay a testing fee and copies of the results will be sent to their home and primary physician.

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On Wednesday, Nov. 3, officials from Autumn Health Care and Coshocton Hospital met to sign agreements to bring the sale of the facility one step closer. An agreement was signed allowing the sale of bed licenses and also an agreement to provide services for the ECF from the Coshocton Hospital Dietary, Housekeeping, Laundry, and Maintenance departments. This will prevent displacement of workers in those areas. The hospital also received a lease agreement for utilization of the space for at least the next five

years. “We are pleased with the progress and are happy that this not only ensures the financial viability of the hospital in the future, but also continues the quality care of the ECF patients in the community,” said Bob Miller, Coshocton Hospital Acting CEO. Current patients at the Coshocton Hospital ECF will see little to no change in the services they receive. They are able to stay in their same rooms that they currently reside. They will maintain the current close proximity to the hospital if the need for acute care arises. The purchase of the Coshocton Hospital ECF allows Autumn Health Care to expand their services to another Nursing Home in the community. This extends their presence in Coshocton County. If all process moves according to plans, the transfer of operations should take place on Jan. 1, 2011. All agreements and paperwork must be reviewed by the Ohio Attorney General. If the approvals take longer, the transfer will take place the first day of the month after the approvals are received. Coshocton Hospital is a non-profit organization located at 1460 Orange Street in Coshocton, Ohio. Currently the largest employer in Coshocton County, Coshocton



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CHS boys’ soccer leaves legacy Pictured here are the members of the Coshocton High School boys’

soccer team prior to boarding the bus for a trip to Pataskala on Saturday. The boys concluded their tournament run with a 1-0 loss versus Columbus Watterson in the regional championship game on Saturday. Head coach Brian Dunlap said of this record setting group at Coshocton, “They’ve worked hard all summer for us and put the time in. A lot of these boys have been year round players that I’ve worked with for a long time. They’re just a special group of kids”. Dunlap humbly added that the boys have won 59 games in the past four years and have won the ECOL boys soccer title three years running. “They’re just a great group that works hard and well together and they like each other – that makes it special”. beacon photo by Mark fortune

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Flashing red lights brought attention to the truck driven by members of the Conesville volunteer fire department as it led a parade of fire trucks through the streets of Conesville late Tuesday afternoon, Nov. 2. They were joined by trucks from Dresden, Frazeysburg, Three Rivers, Jackson, Coshocton and West Lafayette as they paid tribute in a drive by salute to a woman that had served them coffee, snacks and meals for many years as a volunteer with the Salvation Army. We are speaking of course, about Shirley Dile of Conesville. Chief Randy March with the Conesville volunteer fire department, commented, “Shirley said she wanted to see her boys one more time.

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Neighbors who had been watching the parade of fire trucks also took the opportunity to wave to Shirley through a front window, where she had been positioned to see the fire trucks and the waves of appreciation from the fire fighters. Diane Locke, who has been a neighbor for thirty-eight years, commented, “She was very surprised and she was glad to see them. She’s just a terrific lady, she’s wonderful. She is going to be missed”. Editor’s note: Shirley Dile passed away at her home in Conesville on Saturday, Nov. 6 following an extended illness.





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Pictured are members of the Franklin Conesville volunteer fire department waving as they pay tribute to long time friend of area firefighters, Shirley Dile. Conesville was joined by members of Coshocton, Dresden, Frazeysburg, Three Rivers, Jackson and West Lafayette in the drive by salute. beacon photo by mark

All the work she’s done for us over the years, I think that’s the least we can do for her. Her husband (Jim) was on our fire department for many years and then was with REACT. They’ve been a volunteer family ever since I can recall”. March recalled a special memory, “We were out on a fire on night and she took stuff right off of her dinner table for us guys to eat. That sticks in my mind and that’s probably been twenty years ago”. March remarked about the ease of getting area firefighters to participate in the drive-by, “They all said, “We appreciate everything Shirley’s done and this is how we’re going to show her we respect her and appreciate everything she’s done for us”.

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History of Maria Hay Forbes building Anyone traveling on Main Street will notice one of Coshocton’s grand old homes being brought down. The Maria Hay Forbes Centre evokes a lot of memories for many people. From Y-teen meetings in the 1950’s, the Canteen and a Cafeteria in the late 50’s early 60’s, meetings, parties, receptions are just a few activities enjoyed through the years. Crystal Smucker, director of First Step remembers their agency got its start with an office in the building in 1992. They had only group meetings and their court advocacy program began at that time. Big Brothers Big Sisters had an office there, as well. More recently, the building housed a child-care/ preschool center, women’s fitness center in the basement and the West room was available for rent. The house was built by English craftsman Deacon Dodd in 1885 for Lewis Demoss. DeMoss was elected County Treasurer in 1851 and held that office for four years. After his term, he entered the Medberry Mill at Roscoe Village, later purchasing the mill along with Barney Triplett and C. A. Lamberson, following the death of mill owner Arnold Medberry. The name was changed to Barney DeMoss & Co, later known as the Empire Mill. DeMoss served as County Clerk for many years and was on the board of directors for the Coshocton County Agricultural Society, holding the position of president for several years until his death. (The Semi-Weekly Age- February 15, 1889) The house was one of three homes on Main Street referred to as Millers Row because all owners worked at the Mill in Roscoe Village. This home was a showplace for this area of Ohio in the early days and was still an outstanding building in Coshocton. The Forbes Home was a three-story Richardsonian Romanesque style home known for its massive quality, thick walls, round

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arches, sturdy piers and towers. This style had recessed entrances with blank stretches of wall contrasted with bands of windows and cylindrical towers with cone shaped caps embedded in the walls. The Forbes home was designed with a tower and wrap around veranda and still had the original recessed front doors topped with a leaded glass transom and beautiful leaded glass throughout, all original to the house. There was an alcove on the third floor ballroom with three smaller window panels featuring a billiard rack which suggests that billiards were played in that corner. The East side on the third floor held a stage and changing room to the left for the orchestra. Many homes of this era had ballrooms on the third floor with staircases at the main Coshocton landmark coming down Crews from entrance leading up. Elaborate marble William Albert Excavating Inc. began demolishing the YWCA and oak fireplaces were prominent on last week. According to sources, items like the handmade every floor. The second floor provided bookcases and other fixtures have been removed. beacon photo by mark fortune private family living quarters. Jesse Pritchard Forbes purchased Should said Association be out of existence at the home in 1893. A visionary always alert to the time of my decease, then said property shall ways of eliminating labor, Forbes owned the first revert to my estate. I also give to said Association bicycle in the county, the first automobile seen all of my books and book cases.”( Filed Nov.13, on the streets of the city, and the first typewriter 1937;#13459) and adding machine used in an office. He was a It became a United Way Agency in 1940 leader in business and successful in politics, as and opened a Child Study Club Nursery in 1955, well. (Coshocton County Biographies) making the preschool one of the oldest in the The building was willed to the YWCA by county. Forbes in the 1930’s, in memory of his wife, In recent years, the Victorian décor was put Maria, making Coshocton one of the smallest together by Stewart Interiors to reflect the home towns in the nation to have its own Y building. in its heyday. The Montgomery Foundation Forbes’ will states “item 8: In memory of my refinished the West Room to showcase the deceased wife Mrs. Maria E. Forbes, I give decorative Parquet Flooring and the second floor and devise in fee simple my residence property restoration was completed by a grant from the in Coshocton, Ohio to the Young Women’s United Way Reserve fund in 1998. Christian Association of Coshocton, Ohio.

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The fifth Grade Poster Contest is each year in conjunction with Coshocton Soil and Water Conservation District’s display at the Coshocton County Fair. Winning posters from each class are on display for the fair-going public to vote to determine the overall winners. This year’s theme was “Soil – It All Starts Here” sharing how everything we eat is traced back to a plant grown in the soil.

This year’s winners were: First place, Hannah Arnold of Ridgewood Middle School; second place, Mallory Griffin of Conesville Elementary; and third place, Agusta Kinzel of Warsaw Elementary. Arnold won a $25 cash award and a pizza party for her class. Griffin won a $15 cash award and an ice cream party for her class, and Kinzel won a $10 cash award and an ice cream party for her class.

Coshocton Soil and Water Conservation District would like to thank all the teachers and students who participated in this annual event. Participating schools include Coshocton City Schools: Central, Lincoln and South Lawn; Ridgewood Middle School; River View Schools: Conesville, Keene, Union and Warsaw; and Sacred Heart.

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Members of the K-Kids from South Lawn Elementary take a break from cleaning the tables and refilling the syrup bottles. The K-Kids are members of the Leadership Class at South Lawn and helped serve pancakes at the Kiwanis Pancake Day. L-r: Mykahia Alverson, Dominic Anderson, Matt Jenkins, Christopher Schumaker, Jocelynn Corbett and Samantha Carnes.


Location: Auction #2: 738 SR 93 NW Sugarcreek, Ohio 44681. From SR 39 and SR 93 take SR 93 south approximately 1 mile to location. 1.58 Acres * Sugarcreek Twp. * Tuscarawas Co. * Garaway Schools * 1 BR Home * Attached Truck Accessible Garage * Open for Inspection: Monday November 8, 4:00 to 6:00 PM

This steel sided building features a bedroom, bath, living room and kitchen area. It also includes an attached garage that is truck accessible. Real Estate will be sold at 11:00 AM, directly following the sale of Auction #1 at Auction #1 site. Legal: Parcel #56-01422-066 Sugarcreek Twp of Tuscarawas County and Garaway School District. Taxes are $527.56/half yr and prorated to time of closing. Real Estate 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. Properties are sold strictly “AS IS”. Property sells to the highest bidder. Announcements day of sale take precedence over all previous advertising and statements.

SALE BY THE ORDER OF: Marion Beachy Mary Ellen Beachy


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beacon photo by beth dulaney scott Although the day got off to a slower start than usual, the dining room at Roberta’s Catering was crowded by 11 a.m. with hungry guests wanting one thing: pancakes! Tickets were available at the door and were $5 each. Pancakes were served from 6 a.m. – 7 p.m. and all monies raised went to the Kiwanis Club. Over the course of the day, Kiwanis members, Key Club High School members, and even the K-Kids from South Lawn Elementary worked up a sweat feeding thousands of pancakes to hundreds of guests, making sure that no one walked away hungry. “The Key Club has been fantastic,” said Chairperson Carol Remington, “They are amazing and they have been so much help.” Down in the kitchen, Key Club and Kiwanis members were busy at work mixing batter, frying, flipping, and delivering pancakes. Before 11 a.m., over 150 pounds of batter had been used. Each batch made contained 20 pounds of batter and three gallons of water. That’s a pretty hefty batch. And to go on those pancakes was a whopping 32 gallons of syrup. The Kiwanis Clu also served 250 pounds of sausage. That’s almost 5,000 links! Over in the basement, members of K-Kids were in between shifts cleaning tables, refilling the syrup and butter, sweeping the floor, and taking out the trash while preparing for the next group of school kids to arrive. The K-Kids are 6th grade Leadership students from South Lawn Elementary and are sponsored by Kiwanis. When asked what they loved most about pancake day, they all answered, “Eating the pancakes!”

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This property represents some of the finest structures that we have ever taken to public auction. From traditional farm house buildings with garages and barns, to a large heated truck and storage facility as well as some of the preeminent equine facilities we have ever been entrusted to sell. The structures rest on 70 acres of rolling acreage with plenty of pasture which is fenced in several paddocks with excellent high tensil fencing. The property includes a current lease for the truck garage which will transfer per terms of the lease. It goes without saying that we cannot fully describe this property in this ad, please contact our office for a brochure with complete building sizes, mechanical info, maps, and parcel information, call Dave for additional information on this offering. Real Estate will be sold at 11:00 AM. Legal: Parcel # 0200024000, 0200471007 and 1008 in Clark Twp of Holmes County and East Holmes School District. Taxes are $3,119.20/half and prorated to time of closing. Individual Parcel breakdown will be available in future ads. Trucks – Trailers – Tractor – Skid Loader – Wheel Loader – Misc. Farm Equipment –2006 Ford F 250 King Ranch, 4WD v8 diesel, 111520 miles; 1994 GMC 4 WD 350 SLE 227,000 miles; 20’ flatbed trailer; JD 4430 diesel tractor; CAT 916 C wheel loader; 10’x4’ & 10’x5’ sawdust buckets; Case 1840 Uni loader, 1009 hrs; pallet forks; Yale propane fork lift; JD 1518 batwing mower; NI 3632 sawdust wagon w/ tarp; gravity wagon; Exmark 72” Lazer Z 27 hp liquid cooled, 390 hrs; Kawasaki Mule 1000; Truck Parts – Shop Tools – Misc. Hand Tools & Supplies: new tires & rims; hub pilot rims; semi trailer tarps; engine stand; old fuel pump; salt spreader; misc truck parts; Master 600,000btu space heater; 3-150,000btu space heaters; industrial floor model grinder; bearing packer; floor model drill press; Weaver industrial air compressor; 40 ton press; 3 ton motor hoist; Craftsman tool box; American made tools incl. S&K and Snap On; motorcycle jack; snowmobile dolly; Husqvarna, Homelite, and Stihl chainsaws; Stihl BR400 backpack blower; 100+ particle board; diamond plate wagon; 4x8 wagon; platform scales; wood stoves; misc welding tables; misc log chains & binders; ladders, all sizes; scrap pile; misc. smaller items not listed; Horse Tack – Livestock Feeders: 2 horse stocks; misc saddles, bridles, & horse tack; saddle racks & pads; 2 wheel wheelbarrows; misc box fans; hoses; phantom; AV; show box; Rubbermaid water tanks; 2-KT Tack 5x10 w/ 14x16 roof hay feeders; 60’ round pen; misc gates; misc fence posts; Household – Office Furniture – Appliances: Sofa; Recliner; Double Bed; desk; 2 fireproof 2 drawer filing cabinets; misc filing cabinets & office chairs; misc. desks; 8’ Lifetime table; dorm fridge; 2 refrigerators incl. White Westinghouse; 3 washer & dryer sets; 36” TV; misc shelving; Napoleon wood stove; misc. pots & pans; small kitchen appliances; misc. items not listed; Chattel Terms: Cash or good check with proper ID

Museum Encounter for Children: Junior Leaders elect officers The Coshocton County Junior Leaders club had their annual organizational Collecting and Kids meeting on Monday, Nov. 1. The club members discussed the upcoming What are your children learning outside of school? Any science, history or geography? An easy way to pique their interest in the world around them is through the hobby of collecting. The Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum can introduce your child to the joys and stimulation of collecting on Sunday, Nov. 14 from 2 - 4 p.m. Collecting and Kids will introduce children to thirty different collections on display in the museum’s Coshocton Collects exhibit. Then local resident Dave Woodmansee will show some of his collections and share how one goes about planning and gathering objects for a collection. Many ideas for future projects will be discussed as well as the tools that may be involved in the process. The afternoon’s activities will end with a craft project. Discovering new information, analyzing and problem solving are the building blocks of critical thinking. Collecting encourages all three. This Museum Encounter for Children program is geared for youth nine years and older. Cost is $7; Friends of the Museum, $5; accompanying adult, $1. Make reservations by calling the Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum at 740-633-8710 or by e-mail at Reservation deadline is Nov. 11. The Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum is located at 300 N. Whitewoman Street in Roscoe Village, Coshocton, OH 43812.

community service project, donating time to the Christmas Castle project of Coshocton. This will be Wednesday, Dec. 8 - 9 from 4 - 8 p.m. at WalMart. A total of eight members signed up to attend and all are welcome. Next, the club elected the 2010-2011 officer team: President: Brian Rogers; Vice President: Cristy Gilmore; Secretary: Clinton Hedrick; Assistant Secretary: Kory Rinehart; Treasurer: Lisa Stutzman; Assistant Treasurer: Celia Gress; News Reporter: Emily Stout; and Assistant News Reporter, Danielle Wells. The meeting ended with discussing activities to do for the upcoming year. The officers will be meeting on Dec. 23 at 9:30 a.m. at Kids America. The opening meeting for the 2011 year will be Jan. 9, 2011 from 2 - 4 p.m. at Kids America. This will consist of inducting the new officers, a business meeting, and line dancing, so remember to wear your tennis shoes and see you there! Any youth the between the ages of 13-18 as of Jan. 1 are invited to join this group. If there are any questions, contact the Coshocton County Extension Office at 622-2265.




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Community Calendar Bethlehem Grange Hall will be having a Texas Hold ‘Em Poker Tournament on Friday, Nov. 12 at 5 p.m. and Saturday, Nov. 13 at Noon. There will be cash tables and food served all day. Higher Hopes Therapeutic Riding Center will also be there. 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. Upcoming band this month is Chestnut Hill Bluegrass Band. There will also be a New Year’s Eve Party on Dec. 31 from 8 p.m. – 1 a.m. For more information, contact Duane or Clenda Hardesty (740) 498-8456

Absolute Ames Auction 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.


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The Coshocton City Health Department is offering flu shots for $25 and is covered by Medicare Part B. Call 295-7303 or 295-7307 for an appointment. There will be a meeting of the Board of Directors of the Coshocton Port Authority on Thursday, Nov. 11 at 5 p.m. The meeting will be in the conference room of the Progress Center located at 401 Main Street in Coshocton. The meeting is open to the public.

Absolute Hunting Land Auction NEAR GLENMONT

Location: From Glenmont Oh take SR 520 east 1.5 miles to location. From Killbuck Oh take SR 520 west approx 6 miles to location. Signs posted.

Monday, Nov. 22 • 4 pm 148.7 Acres in 2 Tracts * Mostly Wooded * Good Creek & Water Supply * Superb Hunting * Richland Twp * Holmes County * West Holmes Schools * What a premier offering of hunting ground! Each tract of land offers great cover and habitat for all types of wildlife, especially deer. All mineral and gas & oil rights transfer. Parcel 1: 65 acres with plenty of frontage on SR 520. Land is approximately 2/3 wooded and 1/3 open with excellent areas for food plots and cabin sites. The Black Creek tumbles through the heart of this parcel and offers a plentiful water supply. This parcel also has an existing home site for a mobile home with spring fed water supply and private septic (mobile home is not a part of sale). Taxes are $916.00 per ½ yr, not under CAUV. Parcel 2: 83.7 acres with frontage on SR 520 and CR 51. This land is equally desirable with plenty of natural cover and terrain for whitetail. All wooded and also has some excellent cabin sites. Taxes are $789.00 per ½ yr. Each of the above will be sold to the highest bidder at 4:00PM. Immediate hunting rights will be given with 10% down payment at auction. Don’t miss this tremendous opportunity. Call for map and brochure. Call Jr Miller for more info. Legal: Parcel #’s 2100547001, 2100552000, 2100553000, 2100555000, and 2100556000 located in Richland Twp of Holmes County and West Holmes School District. Terms: 10% nonrefundable down payment, balance at closing, no financing contingencies. Any required inspections must be completed prior to bidding. Purchasers should inspect the property prior to bidding and be aware of its condition. Properties are sold strictly “AS IS”. Announcements day of sale take precedence over all previous advertising and statements. LUNCH STAND SALE BY THE ORDER OF: The Ohio Stone Co


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Evaluations and registration deadline for boys and girls basketball and cheerleading will be Nov. 13 from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. at the Coshocton Christian Tabernacle. The first 200 participants receive $25 off the registration price. 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

Beckley Antique Tractor Auction

Location: 30065 Stricker Rd. Walhonding OH 43834. From US 62 in Martinsburg take SR 541 east 7 ½ miles to CR 38 (Woods Church Rd.) north 1 mile to Stricker Rd. east ¼ mile to auction. From SR 229 just west US 36 take CR 38 (Woods Church Rd.) south 2 ½ miles to Stricker Rd. east ¼ mile to auction. Watch for Signs!

Saturday, Nov. 13 • 11am * 15 Restored Tractors * Grain Truck * Antique Tractor Parts * Miscellaneous *

15 Tractors – AC Combine – Grain Truck: ‘57 JD 720 diesel w/ pony start, row crop, NF, PTO; ‘59 JD 630 gas, NF, PTO; ‘58 JD 620 gas, NF, PTO; JD 50 gas, NF, PTO; JD A gas NF, PTO; ‘46 JD B gas hand start, NF, PTO; ‘52 JD MT gas, NF, PTO, 3pt hitch; ‘52 Minneapolis Moline Z gas, NF, PTO; ‘46 Minneapolis Moline R gas, NF, PTO; Minneapolis Moline UB Special, diesel, NF, PTO; ‘53 Minneapolis Moline Z gas, WF, PTO; ’37 AC WC gas, NF, PTO;*add ‘56 AC WD-45 diesel, NF, PTO; ‘50 AC WD gas, NF, PTO; ‘41 AC WC gas, NF, PTO; AC 60 row crop pull type combine w/ new mats; ‘71 IH 1600 Grain Truck 12’ bed w/ hoist, 2 speed axle, new motor, exhaust, and 6 tires. Antique Tractor Parts & Misc: JD 620 rear steel wheels; JD original 3 pt hitch(no top link); 2 JD rear wheel wrenches; JD 620 fuel tank; JD 620 draw bar, complete; JD 620 long steer shaft; JD 620 tricycle front end w/ rollamatic; JD B front grill heads; MM Z original rear tires & wheels; MM Z parts (complete radiator, hood, gas tank, misc); original Moline Z fenders; MM parts incl. R & Z governors, hoses, etc; 2 MM fuel tanks; MM rear wheel wrench; 2 new MM gasket sets; WD radiator; misc belts; Pittman arm; AC front grill head ( WD-WC-WD45); Ford rear wheels & tires, 9N; carburetors; 2 steering wheels; 22 ton pull type log splitter, 65 hp motor; acetylene tanks and Harris gauges on cart, 3 extra tanks; new bolts; lug nuts; ratchet boomers; chain hoist; misc lumber; log chains Note: Michael has been a lifelong collector of antique tractors, parts, toys, farm related items. This listing represents most of his remaining tractor & parts collection. Starting on tractors promptly at 11AM. Tractors will be available for online bidding. For pictures, catalog, and online bidding registration go to Terms: Cash, credit, or good check with proper ID; 3% Buyer’s premium. Buyer’s premium will be refunded for cash or check sales. LuNch STaNd aucTioN by order of: Michael Beckley

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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

The Salvation Army’s soup supper on Nov. 11 has been canceled.

The Coshocton Soil and Water Conservation District’s November board meeting time has been changed to 8 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 10. The meeting will be at the District Office, 724 S. 7th Street, Coshocton.

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On Thursday, Nov. 11, the Elks Lodge will honor local veterans with a free dinner at the Lodge at 6 p.m. All area veterans are welcome to enjoy two kinds of SOS (hamburger and/or chipped beef) on toast, green beans, sheet cake, iced tea or coffee. There is no charge for veterans. Spouses and family members are also welcome to the dinner for the nominal charge of $4. The Lodge is located at 434 Chestnut Street, across from PNC Bank.


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Team Annin will be having a soup supper Saturday, Nov. 13 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.




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Platform rocker, set Millcreek stoneware, Duncan Phyfe dresser, lamp stand, 10 gal. crock, crocks & jugs, Budweiser mirror, Longaberger baskets, Ertl Die case cars, jars of marbles, collection of swords, wooden cigar boxes, large collection of knives in showcases, board games, misc glassware & china.


John Deere L110 lawn tractor, Craftsman tool chests, Craftsman power mitre saw, 6in bench grinder, Power Kraft 1/2in drill, B&D belt sander, drill drivers, floor jacks, bench vises, NIB Homelite gas blower, Husqvarna 16in chain saw, McCollough elec. chain saw, house jack, truck ramps, trailer jack, Craftsman air nailer, Craftsman circular saw, new tarps, 24ft. alum ladder, 1995 Mustang tires & wheels, roller stands, misc. hardware, misc. lumber, Ryan weed eater, 8ft step ladder, B&D hedge trimmers, gas cans, Craftsman table saw, rechargeable lights, 10x12 storage barn, much more not listed. Specialty Items - Valley slate top pool table with accessories. We will be running 2 rings, so bring a friend & plan to stay the day. Owner: Hawkins Many Photos at Terms: Cash or approved check day of auction, ID required. Terry Longsworth, Auctioneer

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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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Queen size bed, Kenmore sxs Ref/freezer, Kenmore gas range, Fainting couch, 4pc. Maple bedroom suite, Chifarobe, small dresser, full size bed, swivel rocker, sleigh stands, gate leg table, wing back chair, book shelves, 6pc. Patio set, Patio furniture, lawn ornaments, lawn chairs, microwave, VCR, small kitchen appliance, Gibson Ref/freezer, Frigidaire upright freezer, card table & chairs, 3 bar stools, 3pc living room suite, coffee & end tables, lamps, singer sewer, maple dough box, dehumidifier, stereo, 2 wooden storage cabinets, Christmas decorations, kitchen utensils, microwave cart, computer desk, Kero sun heater.

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Grace United Methodist Church will be having their annual Holiday Bazaar Nov. 12 from 10:30 a.m.



The Presbyterian Church will be having a 10 Commandment Hike on Friday, Nov. 26. Registration at 9 a.m. and the hike will be from 10 a.m. – 3 p.m. Bring a sack lunch. The hike is for scouts, siblings, parents, grandparents, family and friends. Cost is $3. Contact Jeff Sykes at 545-4075 or Jeff Wickerham at 4530571.

“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

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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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A benefit Dinner and Auction for William “Bud” Darr will be at the Clow Union Hall on Nov. 20. Dinner will be at 2 p.m. and the Auction will be at 4 p.m. Bud has been diagnosed with cancer and all proceeds will help with expenses. Contact Tink Wilson (622-4518); Amy Darr (622-9059); Darla Darr (740-291-2989); or Stephanie Darr (740-294-5390) with questions.

New Guildford United Methodist Church will be having a community chili supper Thursday, Nov. 11 at 6 p.m. to honor the community veterans. There is no charge for the meal.


Prairie Chapel Church will be having a soup supper on Saturday, Nov. 13 from 4:30 – 6:30 p.m. There will be homemade soups, beverages, Jell-O salad, pies and cakes. Veterans eat free. Proceeds will benefit church missions and ongoing projects.

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.

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In Roscoe to Hill St. just past water tower on left. The pride of home ownership shows throughout this large 8 room with a private setting on the edge of Roscoe Village on 3.5 acres, cherry cabinets, 2.5 baths, walkout basement, 3 car garage & workshop. Host: Bob Nelson

Own this cozy home that was remodeled in 2001. It is a 2 bedroom, 1.5 bath home with a 1 car attached garage. Host: Joe Scott



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751 east .5 mile to High St. This 1993 14x70 mobile home has had 1 owner and is in great condition. Situated on .65 acres with 2 bedrooms & 2 baths. New roof in 2007. Has 18x26 detached 2 car garage. Host: Terry Longsworth




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





321 E. 5th St., W. Lafayette 22080 High St., W. Lafayette Don’t miss out on this 1 floor 3 BR, 2 bath home that has a lg. LR, DR, galley kitchen, computer room with a possible sun room or greenhouse that can be finished. It has a 2 car garage, fenced back yard on a nice level lot in RWSD. Host: Steve Cronebaugh



21368 SR 751, W. Lafayette .5 mile east of West Lafayette. Ready to move in. 4 bedrooms, many updates, electric, heat, central air, shingles, bath remodeled, home has all natural woodwork. Nice carpet, 30x40 garage with electric & water. Nice level lots. RWSD.



343 W. Canal St., Canal Lewisville Home with 2 bedrooms, family room in basement, many updates, 1 car detached garage w/ 30x40 insulated garage w/ fuel oil heat. Host: Steve Cronebaugh





Take Walnut St. east to Valley View Drive. Nice 3 bedroom, bath, family room, oak cabinet, central air, many updates. 2 car garage, deck on back of home. Coshocton Schools. Host: Bob Nelson


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220 N. Oak St., W. Lafayette 174 Valley View Dr., Coshocton This nice 3 bedroom, 2 bath home sits in a quiet neighborhood. It features a finished basement, a wood deck built in 2008, 1 car detached garage and an additional lot #0200000034600. Host: Joe Scott


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from 10 - 11:30 a.m. at the Fresno United Methodist Church. Call (740) 545-6422 for further information. 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.

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The Positive Purpose MS Support Group will have 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. Deli roasted chicken and apple cider will

Troyer Family Auction Location: Location: 4085 CR 114 Sugarcreek, Ohio. From SR 39 west of Sugarcreek or just east of Walnut Creek take CR 114 south and east to location

Saturday, Nov. 20 • 9am CAR - ANTIQUE FURNITURE - COLLECTIBLES - STORE ITEMS DRY GOODS-STORAGE BUILDING CAR: 2000 Pontiac Grand Prix SE loaded only 29,000 miles. FURNITURE: Magic Chef gas range, Dometic gas fridge, Frigidaire chest freezer, Timber Eze heating stove, wood heating stove,gas water heater, kitchen cupboard, wooden wardrobe, fancy oak bureau, library table, 3 wood boxes-2 w/kindling box, china cupboard, chest of drawers, cabinet, dry sink, drop-leaf tables, china cabinet, oak dressers, rope bed frame, iron & metal beds, ornate wood beds, poplar blanket chest, poplar storage bin, dining table w/leaves, trunks, plank bottom chairs, Victrola cabinet, 3 treadle sewing machines, Nickles Bakery display case, cedar chest, chest of drawers, old benches, 3 pc bedroom suite, hall tree, sofa, rockers, fern stands, metal wardrobe, 3 burner kero stove, blanket chest, baby beds. COLLECTIBLES: Copper & iron kettles, cauldron, copper boilers, cream separator, tin dough mixer, dough pan, Conservo, washboard, lard press/ sausage stuffer, hand lard press, meat grinder, hog hangers-1 large w/ rope&pulley, hand corn sheller, apple butter stirrers, large selection of crocks-various sizes-up to 12 gal, carpet beater, hay knife, cross-cut saws, burlap bags, barrels, shutters, windows, lanterns, old German Bible, granite ware, baby carriage, wall and mantle clocks, wooden tub washer, hand wringer, violin, guitar. STORAGE BUILDING- ETC: 8x8 storage building, piles of foundation stone, piles of slate, 2x 4s-6s-8s-10s, drywall, brick, Lawn Boy lawn mowers, Stihl weed eater, metal detector, handy man jack, milk cans-old and newer, few garden tools, chick brooder, double tub, sleds. STORE ITEMS-DRY GOODS: Large amount of cloth-in all colors including many bolts of denim, boxes of :zippers-thread-needles-yarnsocks-sewing supplies-beads-etc-etc-much more all from Sara Troyer’s former dry goods store, display shelves and racks. HOUSEHOLD-ETC: SS cookware, SS canners-mixing bowls-dipperspails, general household items, old books & magazines including: LookNational Geographic-Good Housekeeping-Successful Farming-Family Lifeand more, new books-Sara’s Scrapbook of the Lineage of Mose and Lucy Troyer, lots of canning jars, bottles. NOTE: This will be a very large auction with 2 crews selling all day. There are still boxes being unpacked so anything could still turn up. Pictures at OWNERS: Sara Troyer Sovilla Stutzman Elsie Miller Anna Mae Gingerich


KAUFMAN REALTY, INC. (888)852-4111 • JAKE SCHLABACH, AUCTIONEER • (330) 763-0889 Auction ID 991

be provided. Bring your favorite dessert. For more information and to RSVP, call Angie at 502-2540 or CJ at 824-4370. Or e-mail them at and put PPMS in the subject line of the e-mail. 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. 21 for students 17 years and under from 4:30 – 6 p.m. There will be a mandatory parent meeting for all ages at 4:30 p.m. All players must pre-register 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

Kaufman Auction House 3149 SR 39, MILLERSBURG OH

Location: at The Holmes County Expo Center. Directions: 3.3 miles east of Berlin or 0.5 mile west of Walnut Creek, Ohio in Holmes County. From I -77 take SR 39 west approximately 12 miles to Auction House

Saturday, Nov. 20 • 10 am Dispersal of Sugarcreek Bakery & Restaurant Equipment Company Hundreds of 4 strap bread pans, 3 ft charbroiler, Delfield undercounter fridge, bakery racks, #10 can rack, Clamco sealer model #11020, Hatco pizzawarmer, Hobart 12 qt mixer, 6’ Seco salad bar, 3 Crathco drink machines, Reiser vacuum sealer, 2 burner range, Hobart fryer, hot & cold table, double stack Vulcan ovan, Southbend 32” griddle oven, Shellyglas 4 pan hot buffet, 12 sq Univex mixer, Vulcan single convection oven, Moline dough sheeter, 10 burner 2 oven propan, lots of fryer racks & baskets, Hussman freezer, stainless steel Acme dough sheeter w/ donut & creamstick cutters; Flavorcrisp pressure fryer w/ fire suppressant system; ice dispenser, 3’ gas grill, Derider dough sheeter w/ bread heads, Vulcan 6’ griddle, Bizerba auto bread slicer & stacker, stainless prep table, 8 burner Vulcan oven, pizza sheets, Silver Kay pie cooler, Impinger XZ pizza oven, 5 pop and snack machine (3 used, 2 new), 6’ bakery display case, Hobart 3 door pizza oven (3 phase), 5 – 5’ round tables, 3 – 6’ round tables, 2 – 3’ Hobart griddles, Autoglaze sprayer, 3 door pass thru Hobart fridge, 3 burner South Bend stovetop, wooded display racks, Kevinater 16 tub ice cream freezer, 140” powersoak soaker sink, variable speed kettle stirrer, Legion tilting skillet, dishwasher & bakery racks, American Dish dishwasher, much more not listed. Dispersal due to Matt Miller mission work in Cambodia. Visit for photos. For free evaluation contact Kenny Miller, auction manager at (330)204-4453. Terms: Cash, Check, or any major credit card with proper identification. 3% buyers premium but will be waived for cash sales.

KAUFMAN AUCTIONS (888)852-4111 or (330)852-4111 • KENNY MILLER, AUCTION MANAGER (330)204-4453 DERRICK KANDEL, AUCTIONEER (330)231-4524 • JUNIOR YODER, AUCTIONEER Auction ID 1001 0028_111010

Community Calendar or questions, contact Angie Moses at 623-8551 or by email at Web site: www.

contact information. The events must be local, charitable in nature, and no more than 75 words.

Auctions & Real Estate

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.


Community Calendar will only publish news briefs once and will only include the who, what, why, when, where, and

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. 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.

For all your Real Estate needs call Debbie

School Events


Items to be Auctioned

Toys, Tools, Tack, Gift Certificates, FFA Fruit & Nuts, Locally Donated Items, Autographed Collectibles, Theme Baskets, & much, much more! Something for everyone!

Jim Nelson, Auctioneer



Silent Auction • Cake Auction 50/50 Drawings Door Prizes Saddle Give Away $250 Cash Raffle

100% of the profits go to this organization. Higher Hopes is a non-profit designed to provide children and adults the opportunity to enjoy the benefits of horse back riding.




Thursday, August 19th @ 5PM BIDDING TO START AT $15,000 on this 4 Unit Apartment Building! Attention investors, this property is ready to go. Great location and close to the downtown area. Gas and electric utilities are separated. Opportunity for a Great Return! This property was last on the market for $79,900. Sellers are motivated to SELL! You should be motivated to Buy! Terms: $2,000 down payment day of auction, balance due at closing within 30 days of sale. Possession at closing. Any inspections must be completed prior to the bidding. Contract to contain no contingencies. Call our office to set an appointment to view this property prior to the auction. BE PREPARED TO BUY! OWNERS BLATT & HOSKET

STOFFER REAL ESTATE 401 Walnut St. Coshocton, OH Auctioneer: Larry Corder Office 740-622-6660 Home 740-622-5950 Cell 502-3371


10:00 AM 446 N. 9th St.

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


Saturday, November 27, 2010 Doors open @ 4pm River View HS Cafeteria 26496 SR 60N, Warsaw, OH for more info call 824-4183 or 502-0383



Court Square Realty & Auction, Inc. 404 Main St. • Coshocton





Higher Hopes Therapeutic Riding Center Auction


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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 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.

Marriages: None to report Land Transfers: 10/29 Estate of Carl Scheetz to Pamela J Gardner; $69,490 Jason W Ogle to Diane C McKee; $40,290 Belinda K Marlatt to Robert L James; $48,660



09 Nissan Altima 2.5S, 40k miles.


09 Ford Focus SE

Only 25k, PW, PL, CD, Balance of Factory Warranty.

Pamela S Lanzer to Bryan K Lanzer; $213,060 Thomas J Hammond to Thomas J Hammond; $154,150 Federal National Mortgage Association to Clinton J Fowler; $25,000 Ronald E Ashcraft and Marilyn D Ashcraft to Carol Casner; $135,000 Paul E Troendley Trust to James Thomas and Virginia R Smith; $85,000 David A and Dorothy A Yoder to Marc and Belinda S Lacy; $22,500 John B Miller to Roy M Yoder; $49,400 Robert D Lloyd and Bambi M Lloyd to Donald L Doty and Angela K Doty; $160,000 Eric L Underwood and Kimberly Jo Underwood to Deanna S Vickers; $98,000 11/1 Greta A Scheurman to Kirk D Scheurman and Jeanette M Scheurman; $62,700 Shannon B Adams to Chad A Crossley; $98,790 Leah M Vigil and Sheri M Fortune to Mary A Mason; $90,650 James B Wolfe and Jennifer R Wolfe to Steven N Senter and Rhonda S Senter; $47,820 Delbert I Miller and Valen B Miller to Delbert J Miller, Trustee and Valen Miller, Trustee; $10,660 Homesales Inc. of Delaware to Michael W Clifton; $20,000



03 Chevy S-10 ZR2, 4x4.


07 GMC Sierra SLE


MON. - FRI. 9AM - 5PM



Ext. Cab, 4-Wheel Drive

ALL UNDER $5,000


08 Pontiac Gr. Prix GT PW, PL, CD, Leather, Moonroof, Alloy Wheels.


10 Kia Sportage LX 4-Wheel Drive.

Cars, Trucks, Mini-Vans, Work Vans and SUVs. Several with low miles, All fully serviced, and most with warranty.

Tax & Title down, Rates change from 5.99% to 14%. Terms from 36 to 72 months – Since 1972 –

Rick “Mousie” Miller Justin Huntington Open M & Th. until 7pm CALL US 623.2200

1102 Chestnut St, Coshocton at the 5-way light

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Richard Grier and Angela Shepherd to BAC Home Loans Servicing; $23,334 Virginia Oldaker to Patrick L Winegar; $21,000 Laurel A Lahita to Homesales Inc of Delaware; $40,000 Scott McCoy to CitiMortgage Inc; $50,000 Ben Crabb and Michele Crabb to Fannie Mae; $130,000 Timothy L Rogers to Ohio Heritage Bank; $90,000 Morgan L Rodriquez to Federal National Mortgage Association; $50,000 Sharon Ann Shurtz to George A Roberts and Debra L Roberts; $25,000 Curtis J Bryant to Terry L Olinger and Pamela L Olinger; $1,000 Larry N McVay, Jr. Trustee to Carole L Cushman; $22,500 Dorothy Ehrenberg to Carole L Cushman; $22,500 11/2 Adolph Scheetz to Susan C Miller; $9,100 Virginia Ann Harrell to Ralph V Harrell Jr. and Marilyn J Bucklew, Trustees of Harrell Family Trust; $20,350 Estate of Robert D. Miller to Amanda R. Miller; $78,240 Thomas J Sutton and Sharon V Sutton to Sutton LLC; $346,280 Secretary of Housing and Urban Development to Tony M Vagua; $62,510 Marilyn J Bucklew to Marilyn J Bucklew, Trustee of the Marilyn J Bucklew Family Trust; $20,350 Estate of Delmar Finton to Eunice Finton; $59,080 BAC Home Loans Servicing to Secretary of Housing and Urban Development; $74,750 Robert L Felton to The Home Loan Savings Bank; $55,310 Eunice Finton, Trustee of the Delmar Finton Family Trust to Eunice Finton; $77,760 Paul Gonter and Marilyn J Shaffer-Gonter to Irwin R and Josephine Gibson; $90,500 11/3 Owen R Hershberger, Mary J Hershberger and Mose O. Hershberger to Mose O Hershberger and Mary Ann Hershberger; $125,070 Stephanie Huberty to Fred Dunfee; $14,140 Bruce L. Humphrey to Rosalie J. Humphrey; $90,200


Coshocton Common Pleas Court – Divorces/Dissolutions Divorce Danniel N Reyes of Coshocton from Rene Reyes Dissolutions Linda Croup of Coshocton from Dean Croup of Coshocton Pamela Marie Larntz of Newcomerstown from John R Larntz II of West Lafayette

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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 740-5754571

Graco Winnie-the Pooh double stroller with 2 matching infant car seats and bases. Like new, asking $90 OBO. Call 740-610-5303


FIREWOOD Band sawing and split firewood, short bed $40. Longbed $50. 740-8243096


Phoenix Arms 22 cal. pistol, extra clip and holster. $130. Rossi 410 single shot youth model shot gun. $120. 740Wondercoal with blow- 610-4315 er, purchased for $600. WANTED TO BUY Asking $375 OBO. 2 years old, like new. Call Buying: Boy Scout 740-610-5303 patches and memorabilia one patch or entire MUSICAL collections. Call 740INSTRUMENTS 623-0793 leave mesPlayer piano for sale. sage or email scoutpaPiano keyboard works, but player mechanism needs restoration. Box WANTED: Junk veof rolls included. Buyer hicles, scrap metal, apmust haul. $200. 740- pliances, batteries and junk mowers. Also one 502-5790 time clean up and re-

Seasoned Firewood. Cherry-Walnut-Oak and other woods. Cut/Split/ POLE BUILDINGS Delivered $50 each load. (Will cut to size Stoltzfus Pole and length) 740-502Buildings 3657 740-294-0733 40’x60’x16’ $13,602. Material Only. 40’x80’x16’ HAY $20,130. Material only. Includes 1-80# sakrete First, second cut or- per hole, rat guard. 6x6 chard grass Timothy CCA posts 8’ O.C. , 2x4 hay. Round or square wall and roof. Perluns 2’ bales. 740-824-3621 O.C., Trusses 4’ O.C. Single bubble under roof metal. Closure strips under ridge vent and under roof metal down by

water. References re- website www.LepiRealquired. Call Kevin Barrett for details. 740-623-8325 or 740MOBILE HOMES 610-8305 FOR RENT Roscoe, 2BR duplex, stove, fridge, dryer, AC, Danville, 2BR Mobile garage. $425/mo. plus Home, many updates, deposit and utilities. 740- great location. Available 824-3152 740-502-3168 December 10th. $400/ mo. plus deposit. 740501-6342 HOMES FOR RENT ACREAGE FOR SALE 3BR, 1 bath house for rent in Coshocton. Close 23 acres wooded area to hospital. First floor in Jefferson Township. laundry, eat in kitchen, $33,900. 740-622-1251 full partial finished basement. Ready to move into on November 1st. HOMES FOR SALE First month’s rent of $550 and deposit of $550. are required. Rent includes water, sewage and trash. No pets, metro approved. 1609 Orchard. 740-891-1290

814 Grandview 3 bedroom home, full basement, single garage, Pulse furnace, all rooms carpeted except bath moval of rubbish. 740- and kitchen. Electric hot 545-5025 water tank. You pay all utilities $400 deposit, APARTMENTS $500 rent a month. No FOR RENT pets under contract. Ready to move-in. Call AREA RENTAL INFOR- 740-623-9956 MATION. Houses and Apartments. Rent or I’ll MOVE IN Special on this help you buy! Call 740- stunning 3 bedroom log 622-9791 today! cabin, now just $1000/ month with 1 free month 2BR Apt. W/D hook-up, if rented by Nov. 15th to nice neighborhood, no qualified applicants! Call pets, metro approved. Lepi & Associates (740) $415/mo. Landlord pays 754-2635 or visit our

AUTOS 2000 Ford Focus SE, 4 dr., red, auto, air, cruise, PW, PL, CD. 5,700 miles. $5,500. 740-6224679 2003 Chrysler Sebring, asking $650, as is. Needs ball joints. 740-502-0608 or 740-622-9778 TRUCKS 04 Chevy Silverado LS ext, cruise, towing pkg, 4x4. $14,695. 740-6238337 05 Dodge Ram 1500 Ext, 4x4. $12,995. 740623-8337 06 Ford 350 diesel XLT SD, dually. $19,995. 740-623-8337 VANS

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 patio in 2009, close to Lincoln Elementary school. Call 740-622-4261

2005 Chrysler Towne & Country, 71,600 miles, A/C, power locks and windows. 740-622-6485 Got something you really want to sell!? Put it in front of thousands of readers in The Coshocton County Beacon classifieds! Call Nicole at 622-4ADS (4237) or fax to 623-9937 or visit us at 226 Main St.!

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Kevin’s Used Appliances. Used washers, dryers and ranges. Used parts half price. Call Kevin at 740-390-5114. No phone calls after 6pm. New Castle, Ohio. No Checks!

Huffy 26” ten speed bicycle with new 49cc, two stroke engine kit. $75. 3 Homelite XL2 chainsaws, 2 runs, 1 doesn’t. $40 for all. 740-610-4315

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. 740294-9636

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