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HONOR The Coshocton County Veterans Service Commission hosted its annual Veterans Day ceremony for the community on Nov. 11. For more on Veteran’s Day, see the article on page 9. For more photos from Veterans Day activities, visit www.coshoctonbeacontoday.com.

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Cheerleaders show school spirit COSHOCTON - The varsity and junior varsity cheerleading squads for Coshocton and River View met at the Elks Lodge in Coshocton on Tuesday evening, Nov. 5 for dinner and conversation. The event was held prior to the weekend’s ECOL cheerleading competition that both schools will attend. Amy Shutt, Coshocton’s varsity cheerleading coach, said, “We prepare every year for the ECOL cheerleading competition and River View is participating this year so we thought it would be nice to invite them to the dinner we have each year. It’s a little kickoff and the girls

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The River View and Coshocton High School varsity and junior varsity cheerleaders met for dinner and conversation at the Elks Lodge last week prior to Saturday’s ECOL cheerleading competition. Pictured are the varsity squads with their respective principals, Grant Fauver, Coshocton High School and Chuck Rinkes, River View High School. BEACON PHOTO BY MARK FORTUNE

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have been working really hard for the past four weeks. It’s in the spirit of good sportsmanship; I think it’s good for the girls to get to know each other.” “River View has come to our school and borrowed our cheer mats, and we’re glad to do that. This is a good learning lesson for the girls, to give back and get to know the other communities and people.” River View cheerleading advisor Cindy

Thank You Thank you Coshocton County businesses for supporting me at the Coshocton County Junior Livestock Sale for the many years I sold cattle & pigs. As I end my showing in 4-H & FFA, I would like to express my appreciation to all the people in the County who helped me have a successful showing experience. Your words and actions helped me learn and grow into the showman that I am. I would like to thank Farm Credit Services for purchasing my 2013 Feeder Calf at this year’s Coshocton County Sale.

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Hemming said, “I’m glad that Mrs. Shutt invited the cheerleaders to eat with them at the Elks. I think it builds great sportsmanship between the schools and it gives the girls a chance to see each other in another light and visit.” “A lot of the girls are friends through dance and other activities in the community. I’m looking forward to the competition because the girls have put a lot of time in. It’s a lot of hard work as well as time as I think one of the principals said, two minutes and thirty seconds.” Hemming concluded, “Good luck to all the squads, its blood, sweat and tears for all of them.” MARK@COSHOCTONCOUNTYBEACON.COM

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WALHONDING - There are resources in the United States to help care for children with disabilities, but overseas that often isn’t the case. “They aren’t always taken in and loved,” said Phil Maddux from the Walhonding Valley Church of Christ. He has personally seen how these children are treated and wanted to make a difference in their lives. “We are collecting medical supplies for Christian workers to use for humanitarian projects that help children with therapy,” Maddux said. There are people willing and able to help these children, they just need the equipment to do it. “America has a surplus of things like wheelchairs that people have out grown or were used by someone who was deceased,” Maddux said. “They are being scrapped or just sitting in garages and basements.” The church started collecting items in June and now has 140 to 150 pieces of equipment. “We have wheelchairs, crutches, walkers and just a lot of good therapy equipment,” Maddux said. “This has been a blessing to be part of. We want to give what we can and do what we can.” Donations of new and used equipment

are always welcome and so are monetary donations to help with shipping. It will cost about $6,000 to send one container full of supplies, but other churches and organizations across the country also are helping with that fee. Anyone with questions is encouraged to call Maddux at 5755042. “We will take items that are broken and fix them up because we want to be able to send over good, solid stuff,” Maddux said. The church also is looking for a building to store the items they collect and be able to work on those that need repaired. “We don’t want to stop with this shipment,” he said. “We want to continue to do this as long as the Lord blesses us and allows us to.” About 15-20 people from the church gathered together Nov. 2, to help with the service project.

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Conesville elementary announces Beacon Athlete of the Week CONTRIBUTED TO THE BEACON honor rolls CONTRIBUTED TO THE BEACON CONESVILLE – Conesville Elementary has announced its honor and merit Laura Frazee rolls for the first grading period. The following students have been named to the honor roll with all A’s. Third Grade: Katelynn Belcher, Sara Chilcote, Mason Giffin, Jayleigh Gruen, Brieanne Hagans, Jena Jacobs, Rileigh Klein, Kaylee Squires, Abby Walters, Hudson Wesney, Hunter Darr, Emily King, Yessenia Rodrigez, Lexi Slade, Aleasha Soles, Saylor Starkey, Drew Tumblin, Michael Vickers, Brynn Watson, Brady Winner. Fourth Grade: Ashlyn Bible, William Bullock, Kolton Cabe, Kristopher Jenkins, Jessica Johnson, Ashley Newell, Andy Ross, Cole Tatro, Debra Taylor, Samuel Adams, Ashlynn Boyce, Jasmine Duerson, Isabella Geckle, Sienna Wilson. Fifth Grade: Haley Frank, Roy Hall, Stacia Hatfield, Brayden Karr, Lucas Massie, Brady Philabaum, Collier Snow, Brenna Udder, Bailey Henderson, Austin Philabaum, Baylie Powelson. Sixth Grade: Janessa Albertson, Devin Barnett, Breanna Davis, Zach Howell, Makenzie Hutchison, Kevin Jenkins, Karlie Lahna, Jacob Patterson, Kaden Poorman, Brendan Shrimplin, Peyton Tahyi, Chase Wilson, Lindsey Ashcraft, Dylan Foster, Lexi Jacobs, Jaelyn McGee, Montana Seitz, Logan Slade. The following students have been named to the honor roll: Third Grade: Payton Cabe, Orin McKee, Reece Slaughter, Hank Williams, Aiden Berger, Jack Birkhimer, Korryn Deeds, Blake Hughes, Koda Klein, Alyssa Trombley. Fourth Grade: Colton Bantum, Emily Bradford, Leya Collins, Cadie Guilliams, Riley Holskey, Reid Howell, Ryann Klein, Staci Melville, Landon Songer, Jordan Wylie, Mariah Caley, Micah Ferguson, Andrea Ferrell, Carlos Guilliams, Alexander Kovar, Izek Mizer, Lane Moody, Kiera Stubbs, Alliyah Ulrich, Phylicia Wagner, Andrew Wentz, Emily Williams, Carol Winterringer. Fifth Grade: Brayden Cross, Brice Cross, David Dovenbarger, Jeremy Gano, Melanie Giffen, Madeline Mahon, Haley McCoy, Christopher Nutter, Jennifer Roderick, Caleb Seevers, Rayvin Shane, Haley Thompson, Dilyn Tumblin, Dakota Walters, Destinie Bates, Jessica Brooks, Kaitlyn Hammons. Sixth Grade: Stephanie Gunn, Stephanie Hampton, Henry Hall, Laci Jacobs, Cameron Hawthorne, Dakota Williamson, Jacy Collins, Jada Duerson, Brandan Fry, Olivia Gonter, Bianca Roberson, Alexis Robison, Phebe Ross, Dakota Strohl, Dashea Wagner The following students have been named to the merit roll: Third Grade: Cordell Brown, Kyandra Deeds, Tanner Fuller, Greg Lent. Fourth Grade: Nautica Joseph, Brandon Deringer, Dominic Durben, Cheyenne Kovar, Rian Poole. Fifth Grade: Cameron Conrad, Andrew Ireland, Wyatt Walters, Adyson Wright, Chance Klein, Austin Wilson, Devin Wright, Zachary Burns. Sixth Grade: Mallory Aronhalt, Riley Banks, Anna Conrad, Bri Ratliff, Brice Starcher, Alex Biles, Nicholas Holdsworth, Erica Nutter, Tyrell Porter, Zane Turner, Dakota Ulrich, Taylor Watson, Victoria Weidger, Joseph Winterringer, Joey Wolfe.

Name: Laura Frazee Year in school: Senior at Ridgewood High School Sport and position: Volleyball, outside hitter What is your favorite bus ride to away games memory? Whenever we take Morgan McDorman’s cell phone and make her think that she left it somewhere. So basically picking on Morgan. Who inspires you? My coach What is your favorite pre-game warm-up song? “Hold on” What is your favorite sports drink and flavor? Slam berry pomegranate What advice would you give younger athletes? Work together as a team where everybody gets along and has the same goal. What do you want to do after high school graduation? Go to college

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To the Editor, I read recently, “If you look at why this country is so screwed up, it’s not because the people running it have low SATs.” In memoriam common sense is rare because very few people have it. Remember Jesus dominates from start to finish. Harry James Medley Jr. Coshocton

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get going.” Pell said when asked what he thought one of the most pressing issues facing the city of Coshocton is, “I’m disappointed about the street levy. I don’t know that it’s the most pressing issue but I’m disappointed about the street levy obviously. I guess the most pressing is just making sure that we get the most out of our expenditures as far as services to the citizens and keeping a tight rein on spending until we can figure out a way to get some additional tax revenues in – I’m not talking about raising taxes certainly, hopefully more jobs with more people paying taxes would be the answer.” Pell, who has a background in accounting, said of his prior experience, “I think budgeting, I have quite a bit of experience in industry as far as looking at budgets and that sort of thing, and running a business of my own, you’re always looking at the bottom line and I think that’s what the citizens want. They want to make sure they’re getting a good value for their tax dollar and the services that they’re receiving and just making sure that we’re not doing anything extravagant. We want to take care of issues as they come up and I certainly want to be responsive to the citizens when they have a concern or an idea, hopefully of something we can do better.” In other city council races, unopposed

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COSHOCTON - Incumbent Tom Grier was handily re-elected to his city council at large seat with unofficial results reported at the board of elections on Tuesday night Nov. 5. Glenn Mishler and Bob Pell were also voted in by Coshocton city residents to the two remaining at large seats. Five candidates were vying for three positions on city council: Tom Grier, Glenn Mishler, Bob Pell, Shane Pyle and Mike Cichon. Mishler said, “I am on top of the world. It’s very rewarding; the people who helped me get to this position have been terrific both with their hard work and their encouragement and support. There are so many people I would like to thank that I can’t because I would overlook somebody.” When asked what he thought was one of the most pressing issues facing the city of Coshocton right now, Mishler responded, “Obviously jobs and employment is the most pressing issue but there is very little that a councilman can do about that. The street levy going down is a disappointment. I honestly did not expect it to pass but the fact that it lost by so few votes is very discouraging.” Bob Pell was also elected to a council-atlarge seat. Pell said, “I feel pretty good. I was just hoping to slip in basically to the third spot and that worked out. I’m excited and ready to

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COSHOCTON - As the weather turns cooler, the Coshocton is Blooming Committee has been making plans to help spruce up Main Street for the holiday season. The committee is organizing three days to assemble the holiday baskets using greens from trees donated by Bill and Carol Freud. Lawn Barber is lending a hand with cutting down the trees and hauling the greens to the fairgrounds. CIB is looking for volunteers to help fill the hanging baskets with greens Monday through Wednesday, Nov. 18-20. Work will be done from 1:30 to 4 p.m. in the art hall. Baskets will be hung in time for the Christmas Parade on Friday, Nov. 22. For information, call Connie Miller at 622-6569 and leave a message.

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So Happy Birthday Butch! from your family & friends Mom, Dad, Sisters, Brothers, Josh, Kasey, Bailey, Kelsey, Wendy, Hailee and Meadow

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WARSAW – Hometown Pizza and Pub opened in late summer of this year and is located at 108 E. Main St. in Warsaw. Owned by Pat Matter, the pizza shop is open Tuesdays thru Thursdays from 11 a.m. – 9 p.m. and Fridays and Saturdays from 11 a.m. – 10 p.m. Hometown Pizza and Pub is the only local restaurant able to offer beer, wine, and mixed beverages with dinner and offers a casual dining experience with a carry out option. They have a basic menu of made-to-order pizza with homemade crust, salads, subs, burgers, fries, wings, and hand-dipped ice cream. They also offer semi-private rooms for parties and gatherings. The restaurant is located in the same building as the previous pizza shop and has received a very positive response to their new hand-made pizzas, and larger wings. They feel they will contribute to the growth of local business and support the community. The community can benefit by the jobs being provided, increased business and revenue, and support. They are offering a service locally that until now residents had to leave the area to receive.

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COSHOCTON - Bill Swails, who graduated from Ridgewood High School in 1979, is part of a Colorado company that recently had the pleasure of being featured on the Travel Channel. The West Lafayette native is president and CEO of EarthRoamer, which makes four wheel drive motor homes know as Xpedition Vehicles that were shown on the show Extreme RVs. “It was great to see our product and employees on a national TV program,” Swails said. “We invited all EarthRoamer employees and their families to our factory for a viewing party. We had a great time watching the premier episode on a big projection screen.” The company was founded in 1998, but at that time Swails focused on adventure travel, writing and photography. According to the company’s website, “At that time Bill was driving a custom expedition camper he built in his driveway to explore, travel and camp in remote locations. In 2002 it became clear that people were more interested in Bill’s custom camper than his photography and writing, so Bill designed the EarthRoamer XV-LT and started manufacturing Xpedition Vehicles.” There are now seven different variations of the EarthRoamer XV-LT and they can accommodate two to eight people depending on which one you select.

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COSHOCTON - Artist Yan (John) Sun will give a portrait painting demonstration at the JohnsonNovember 15th, 1953 Humrickhouse Museum from 1 to 4 p.m. A new scholarship intending to encourage Saturday, Nov. 16. He has offered to paint two Coshocton High School students to enter into portraits that will subsequently be sold. If you are a social welfare career had been established. interested in having a portrait painted of yourself The Eleanor Wade Custer Scholarship was or someone special, please contact the museum. established in honor of a former Coshocton Sun’s ability to capture personality and character High School graduate who had a distinguished in his portraiture is extraordinary. As a result, a record of welfare work in Cleveland. number of institutions have commissioned him The student would be chosen each year to paint portraits of significant contributors. at commencement and would help them financially through the first two years of their Yan Sun is Professor of Art and Director of the art gallery at Muskingum University. He studies. If no student qualified in any given year, the money would be divided between the local Red Cross chapter and the Coshocton Memorial Hospital.

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November 14th, 1963 A new class at Coshocton High School gave young men the opportunity to reach for the stars. Seventeen male students had enrolled in the new astronomy class that had just begun at the high school. The class’ main goal was to offer an introduction of astronomy to these students who had just extensively studied the moon and who were now engaged in the sun. The school’s new planetarium had often been utilized by these students and had been useful in locating astronomical bodies to view their distribution and motion patterns. A five-inch retracting telescope, a gift from William Coffman, had been utilized a lot by the class. November 14th, 1973 Coshocton wanted to do its part to help alleviate the country’s energy crisis for the upcoming holiday season. Mayor S.G. Wharton had declared that all merchants would still be turning on their Christmas lights, but for fewer days than in previous years. According to Don Widder of the Ohio Power Company, the decision would also save about 25 percent of the power normally used during the holiday season. Chamber of Commerce director, John O’Reilly, said that most neighboring communities would be doing similar things with their Christmas decorations to help with the energy crisis as well.

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November 18th, 1983 David Sycks, a 1982 Coshocton High School graduate, had attended a concert by famous trumpeter Al Hirt at the Ohio Theatre in Columbus. When Hirt asked for a volunteer from the audience, Sycks raised his hand and was chosen. Hirt originally wanted Sycks to lead a hand-clapping line behind him while he played “When the Saints go Marching in”. On a whim, Hirt handed Sycks his trumpet and got the shock of his life when Sycks started to play. He had no idea he had just handed his trumpet to a jazz performance major at Capital University. All information was obtained from microfilm of the Coshocton Tribune at the Coshocton County Library.

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received his M.F. A. in Painting and Drawing at Texas A&M University-Commerce. He also received an M.A. in Art History at Xi’an Academy of Fine Arts in China and a B.F.A. in Painting and Drawing at Northwest Normal University in China. Yan Sun’s paintings are shown in solo exhibitions in art centers and galleries, as well as in museums such as Hayden Museum of American Art, Zanesville Museum of Art, Canton Museum of Art, and Museum of East Texas. His paintings have also been selected and received awards in numerous regional, national, and international art exhibitions. To recognize the contributions of Yan Sun to the museum and its community, the Zanesville Museum of Art named its “Diverse Cultures” Gallery the “Yan Sun Diverse Cultures Gallery”. The Portrait Painting Demonstration will take place in the Montgomery Gallery where Living Waters, a juried exhibit by the Southeast Ohio Watermedia Society, is currently on display. The exhibit contains Sun’s work. The Ohio Arts Council helped fund this event with state tax dollars to encourage economic growth, educational excellence and cultural enrichment for all Ohioans. The portrait demonstration is included in the cost of the museum’s general admission: $4 for adults, $3 for students, and $11 for families (two adults with youth). Museum hours are 1 to 4:30 p.m. Tuesday through Sunday. For more information, contact the Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum at 622-8710 or jhmuseum@jhmuseum. org. The Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum is located at 300 N. Whitewoman St.

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COSHOCTON - Churches, organizations, schools and businesses set aside time this week to honor area veterans. Wal-Mart held a program Nov. 9 that paid special honor to local World War II Veterans. They were presented with a plaque from the store and a flag from Annin’s. The family of Ray Border, who died in the current war on terror, also received the same honor and store employees who are veterans were recognized. The local Wal-Mart store also collected notes of appreciation from the public to be shared with veterans and soldiers. Rich Wright from the VFW Post 1330 was given some of the notes to display at his organization and the rest were given to Girl Scout Troop 2527. The Girl Scouts plan to add to the letters and send them overseas. This year they also sent cookies overseas to troops with the help of Post 1330. The VFW paid for the shipping of the cookies and also volunteered to pay to send the notes of appreciation to the troops. The court square was the site of the annual Veterans Day Ceremony which was held Nov. 11. The ceremony was hosted by the Coshocton County Veterans Service Commission and featured guest speaker Brigadier General Myron Ashcraft. Ashcraft was born and raised in Coshocton County and retired from the service in 2004. During his speech he encouraged those in attendance to thank veterans for their service. “We need to do this every opportunity we get to,” Ashcraft said. “It is because of veterans that we live in a free country that is the United States. We also need to thank their families because they also sacrificed a lot.” He also encouraged people to ask veterans to share their stories. “It may take some work to get it out of them, but I bet they will tell you,” Ashcraft said. “It also will change your life to understand what it is that they did. Some of them will be funny and some will be tragic, but you will never forget their stories.” Ashcraft hoped the veterans in attendance would comply with this request. “You must tell your stories,” he said. “It’s the number one gift you can give to the next generation.”

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birth through the end of life for everybody with developmental disabilities,” he said. “We are thankful voters chose to put their money toward us.” Backers of the Coshocton City Street Department and Joint Vocational School District levies, however, were not as happy on election night. Both levies unfortunately failed. “The streets are probably the number one issue we receive calls about at city hall,” said Mayor Steve Mercer. “We tried to make people aware of our needs and we came close to passing this. What we need to do now is evaluate what this means for us and get together and see where we go from here.” He is not sure if the city will try to put another levy for street repairs on the ballot. “It’s too early to say,” Mercer said. “We know the need is there, but we aren’t sure of the course of action we need to take. At this point, we need to evaluate what this vote told us.” The Coshocton County Career Center is disappointed its levy failed, but officials at the school promise to keep building skills and changing the lives of children in the community. “We do a lot for people and kids in the community,” said Superintendent Deborah Kapp-Salupo. “We just need a roof over our head that we can’t pay for right now. We will just keep doing what we can with what we have. The kids are the most important thing though, and we want to have a good, solid building that will keep them safe.” The career center plans to be back on the ballot in the spring and hopes at that time people are able to see how important its need for facility and security upgrades are. “We hope to have more support then, but all of us truly understand that there were a lot of levies on the ballot and people had to pick and chose,” Kapp-Salupo said. JOSIE@COSHOCTONCOUNTYBEACON.COM

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COSHOCTON - Voters threw their support to renewal levies, but weren’t as willing to back new ones on the Nov. 5 ballot. Levies for the Coshocton City School District, senior citizen services, mental health and recovery program, 911 emergency service and Hopewell School all passed. “We are excited,” said Todd Salmans, president of Coshocton’s school board. “It’s been a very good few weeks for us. We opened a new elementary school and now the voters have renewed our levy. We are very thankful for what the community has done to help us.” Funds from the school district’s levy are used for general operating expenses such as personnel, maintenance, upkeep, utilities, supplies, books, etc. “This will help us maintain what we already have going on,” said Superintendent Dr. David Hire. The Senior Center also will be able to continue to maintain services thanks to the support of area voters. “I’m elated,” said Jamie Williams, director at the Coshocton Senior Center. “This means our senior community will be able to get the services they need and we won’t have to tell people we can’t help them. This is awesome.” The center offers many services to seniors including home-delivered meals, congregate meals, transportation, exercise classes and much more.

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how he and his friends struggled through deep snow and refused to let a broken elevator stop them from their destination. He also shared how surprised they were to come across two German citizens, one of them being the designer and operator of the elevator. “They were wet and very exhausted and the German’s asked them in,” Pizzino said. “They made them tea and dried their socks and shoes.” Her father and his friends relaxed with the Germans and talked to them the best they could despite their language barrier. The Blue Star Mothers’ November display at the library also includes letters Pizzino found online from Civil War, World War I and the Vietnam War. “We wanted to focus on what the soldiers

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DAYTON - A season with high expectations for the Ridgewood High School volleyball team culminated Friday afternoon. Unable to solve a thunderous attack by a tall, talented front line, the Lady Generals fell to Gilmour Academy of Gates Mills in the Division III State Tournament Semifinal at Wright State University’s Nutter Center. Bolstered by a 6-foot-3 senior Jess Jonata’s 16 kills, Gilmour ended the self-proclaimed “Dream Team’s” storybook season with a 25-17, 25-6, 25-16 decision. But as much as Ridgewood was unable to produce it’s “A game” in the process, much of the credit should go to the Lancers, which reached the state finals for the third time in the past four years and the fifth time overall. “We really zeroed in on trying to execute with minimal mistakes,” said Gilmour coach Kelly Coughlin, whose team improved to 23-6. “We are trying to become hard to beat and I think today, our experience along with our execution and versatility really was just too much.” Behind Jonata, Gilmour was virtually unstoppable at the net, combining for a .311 overall hitting percentage as they committed just 11 errors on 106 total spike attempts. Alexa Turk, a 5-10 sophomore, Laura Brzozowski, a 6-1 junior and Megan Polak, a 5-11 junior combined for 26 more kills against the Ridgewood defense. “Gilmour played extremely well,” Ridgewood coach Kayla Crozier said. “They took us out of our offense and out of our passing game a lot more than we are used to, which made it challenging for us to do anything.” Having committed to playing collegiately at the University of Iowa, Janota started a 4-0 run in the first set with a kill, which helped the Lancers move from a 6-6 tie to a 10-6 lead and Ridgewood was unable to creep any closer than four points the rest of the set. Gilmour completely dominated the second set by rolling out to a 14-1 lead. In the third set, Ridgewood scored the first point but backto-back kills by Janota provided a lead that the Lancers never relinquished. Ridgewood’s lone senior, Laura Frazee said the start of each set hurt the Generals. “We just didn’t start out very strong,” she said. “It wasn’t really nerves, we approached this as if it was just another match but we just couldn’t get anything going.” Crozier was pleased with how the team battled after a poor second set. “That third set was proof that these girls never give up,” she said. “They are fighters and have been all season. I think if we could have had better passing today, the game would have been totally different. That wasn’t our normal passing and it was hard to come out of that.” It was Ridgewood’s first-ever appearance at


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WEST LAFAYETTE – The presence of God will be felt Friday, Dec. 6 at the First Baptist Church in West Lafayette when the Soul’d Out Quartet makes their appearance at 7 p.m. The Soul’d Out Quartet is based out of Georgetown, Ohio and is a group of five young men who write and perform gospel music. They sing everything from contemporary Christian music to old hymns passed down through the generations. The Quartet is returning due to overwhelming requests from last year’s performance. It will be a free concert with a love offering to be taken during the event that will go toward helping the group with their expenses. “It’s a good time for fellowship with different churches,” said Don Lusk. Everyone is welcome to attend the event. Soul’d Out Quartet will also have their CDs available after the performance. REACT will be on hand to help with parking. The Soul’d Out Quartet will be at the First Baptist Church at 688 East Main Street in West Lafayette on Friday, Dec. 6. Doors open at 6 p.m. and the performance starts at 7 p.m. For more information on the group, visit their website at souldoutquartet.com or call Don Lusk at 545-6509.

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GARDENING Fifth graders Gavin Celeschi and Donald Kaser helped plant daffodil bulbs Nov. 6 outside Coshocton Elementary. The project was a joint effort between Coshocton is Blooming and the city school district. Volunteers dug up several thousand of the bulbs that were planted at Lincoln Elementary to bring part of the old schools to the new one. “The daffodils were at Lincoln for a long time and a part of a lot of students’ lives and we wanted to keep that going,” said Connie Miller from Coshocton is Blooming. For more photos, visit www.coshoctonbeacontoday.com. BEACON PHOTO BY JOSIE SELLERS

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Christmas Lighting Contest: The West Lafayette Chamber will be having their third annual Christmas Lighting Contest on Saturday, Dec. 14 from 7 - 9 p.m. First place winner in the 43845 zip code will receive $100 cash. Register by 6 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 7 at Brother’s Hardware. There is a $10 registration fee. Contact Christie at 502-1286 with any questions. Autumn Holiday Bazaar: Autumn Health Care of Coshocton will be having a Holiday Bazaar Dec. 6 from 11 a.m. - 3 p.m. Table space is $10 and a small door prize. Crafters will need to bring their own tables. Autumn will provide chairs. There will be crafters, vendors, holiday entertainment, Shiloh Baptist Church rib meals, cake walks, raffle baskets, door prizes, and Santa. Contact Susan Foster at 622-2074.

Announcements Flu Shots: The Coshocton City Health Department will have a walk-in flu clinic for flu shots on Wednesday, Nov. 13 and 20 from 1 - 3 p.m. Flu shots will cost $20. Insurance accepted includes traditional Medicare/Medicaid, Molina, Care Source, Buckeye, Paramount, Humana, Medicare, and Medigold.

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Public Meeting: There will be a public meeting of the Coshocton County Local Committee of the Ohio Public Works Commission at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 13, at the County Commissioners Conference Room, 401½ Main Street, Coshocton. The purpose of this meeting is to set priorities for funding OPWC Round 28. Holiday Cash Giveaway: Only 250 tickets are available for the Holiday cash giveaway. One winner will receive $3,000. Tickets are $25 each and can be purchased by calling Francie Shuck at 545-6082. If a minimum of 250 tickets are not sold, a 50/50 drawing will be implemented. The drawing will be at The Front Porch Country Store on Nov. 29. Winner does not need to be present to win. All proceeds will benefit Precious Treasures Pre School and Child Care Center. Support Groups: Health Services and Hospice of Coshocton Support Groups available. Adult support groups are held every other Friday at the Health Services office on 4th Street from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. A new children’s support group will be starting soon. It will be held monthly on the second Saturday of each month at the Health Service office on 4th Street at 2 p.m. Registration is necessary. Please call the office and leave a voicemail for Mary McCune at ext. 205 if you plan to attend. Our Town Meetings: Our Town Coshocton will meet at 5 p.m. the fourth Monday of every month at Frontier Power. Everyone including business and property owners and the general public are welcome to come and discuss ideas to unify Roscoe, Main Street and Second Street. For information, call 440-666-2652 or 440-465-7727. HEAP: The Coshocton Senior Center, located at 201 Brown’s Lane, has HEAP applications available for the Home energy Assistance Program. HEAP is a federally-funded program designed to help eligible Ohioans meet the rising costs of home heating bills. In-home application assistance is available for individuals unable to stop in or you can make an appointment for assistance at the center. Call 622-4852 Monday through Friday 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Please keep in mind, this is not the Emergency HEAP Program. For Emergency HEAP assistance, contact Kno-Ho-Co-Ashland’s central office at 622-9801. Farmers Breakfast: The Coshocton County Farmers Breakfast series will once again be this fall and winter season. They will be the second Tuesday of each month from November - March at 7 a.m. at Edie Ryan’s Restaurant, 585 S. Whitewoman Street, Coshocton. The Nov. 12 Farmers Breakfast will feature Coshocton County Wildlife Officer Jerrod Allison discussing, “Hunting Permits, Wildlife Damage and

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Pet Pictures with Santa: Pet photos with Santa will be taken from 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 16 at Tractor Supply in the Downtowner Plaza. Owners may also pose with their pets. Cost is $10 for one 5x7 color print. Additional sizes will be available. The project benefits Four Paws Thrift Store and Pet Adoption Center whose goal is to help homeless animals in Coshocton County. For more information, contact Pat Cox at 545-7716, Digital Xtreme Photography at 622-0796 or Four Paws at 575-4519.

Christmas in the Village: The West Lafayette Chamber of Commerce will be having their Christmas in the Village celebration on Dec. 7. The day will begin with the Lion’s Club Pancake Breakfast from 7:30 - 10 a.m. at the West Lafayette Methodist Church. The Club Aries Craft Show will be from 9 a.m. - 2 p.m. at Ridgewood High School. Contact Carol Wears at 545-9017. The line-up for the Santa Parade will be at 12:30 p.m. at Lafayette Point. The parade begins at 1 p.m. down Main Street to the band stand in Burt Park where Santa will visit everyone. Contact Dave Rogers at 545-9298.

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Exciting land auction in Coshocton County! Offering 373 acres with a good balance of tillable, wooded, and open acreage with approximately 3 miles of road frontage. The buildings include a 2 story farmhouse that was built in 1894, has 3 bedrooms and 1 full bath. Utilities include propane forced air heat, private well and septic. Outbuildings include a 20’x52’ flat barn, old smokehouse, and a shop with basement. Plenty of building sites with panoramic views. Tillable acres consist of good bottom ground and some hill ground HBP Minerals. Timber potential. A great balance of hunting and cropland with minerals being sold with surface rights. PARCEL 1: 6.1 acres w/ house and outbuildings .502’ frontage on CR 475. PARCEL 2: 18.8 acres open/tillable land. 1320’ frontage on Church Road. PARCEL 3: 9.6 acres open land w/ possible building site. 1510’ total frontage on SR 79 and Church Road. PARCEL 4: 7 acres w/ possible building site. 460’ frontage on SR 79. PARCEL 5: 5.8 acres open land w/ building site.329’ frontage on SR 79. PARCEL 6: 54.7 acres open/tillable and wooded land .Good flowing stream..1528’frontage on SR 79. PARCEL 7: 30.5 acres wooded land.1990’ frontage on TR 184. PARCEL 8: 61 acres open/tillable land.811’ frontage on TR 184. PARCEL 9: 34.5 acres open/tillable land.2938’ frontage on SR 79and TR 184. PARCEL 10: 19 acres of wooded land.1316’ frontage on SR 79. PARCEL 11: 33 acres open and wooded land building site. 660” frontage on TR 387. PARCEL 12: 33 acres open and wooded land.building site. 660’ frontage on TR 387. PARCEL 13: 20 acres open and wooded land.building site. 717’ frontage on TR 387. PARCEL 14: 20 acres open and wooded land.building site. 717’ frontage on TR 387. PARCEL 15: 20 acres wooded land. Building site. 717’ frontage on TR 387. Parcels will be offered separate and combined and sells whichever way nets most for seller. Immediate hunting rights will be granted to buyers with 10% downpayment373 Acre. HBP Minerals: Parcels 1-10 mineral rights and royalties transfer to buyer. Parcels 11-15 mineral rights transfer but, the royalties from existing oil &gas wells only, were previously retained. Taxes and Legal: Pike Twp .Coshocton County- Taxes are currently per half year and are under CAUV. Parcel #0 320000010500,#0320000010600,#0320000010700,#0320000010800,#0320000010900,#03200000751000. Fallsbury Twp. Licking County-Taxes for entire farm are currently $1,416.05 per half year .Parcel # 0140321900000, #01403219600000,#01403220200000,#01403220800000 TERMS ON REAL ESTATE: 10% nonrefundable down payment made day of auction balance due at closing .Any required inspections must be completed prior to bidding at buyers expense. Acreage and frontage amounts are approximate and subject to final survey. All information contained herein derived from sources deemed reliable but not warranted. Real Estate sells at 12 noon. Call Realtors for appointment to view land.

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SPIRIT WEEK In celebration of Spirit Week and Halloween, RVHS staff showed its support by arriving early on Halloween to kick-off the masquerade. Each staff member dressed completely in black and received pieces and parts to add to their guise upon arrival. As a group, they made up a set of dominos. To commemorate the occasion, 36 teachers, secretaries, counselors and support-staff posed on the gym floor for a picture. PHOTO CONTRIBUTED TO THE BEACON

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STARTING AT 10:00 A.M. FURNITURE: Grovesteen, Fuller & Company square grand piano (circa mid 1800’s); antique oak flatwall cupboard; wormy chestnut hutch; antique oak table with 6 chairs and matching buffet; kitchen table with 6 chairs and matching lighted hutch; walnut drop center dresser; cherry empire chest of drawer; cherry empire chest of drawers w/ glass knobs; 4 section barrister bookcase; oak armoire; 1930’s bedroom suite; Jenny Lind bed; Hoosier cabinet; leather top rocking chairs; Antique wheel chair; record player; lots of misc. chairs; leather top coffee and end table; telephone seat; chests; mirrors; pictures; old doors; bed frames; COLLECTIBLES AND HOUSEHOLD: E Ingraham Gingerbread clock; Bircher Aristocrat saxophone; Beneton trumpet; antique flute; old spinning wheel; picnic basket; doctors bag; crocks; fireproof filing cabinet; old cow hide; Note: Some of the older furniture in very good condition. Chattel Terms: Cash, good check or credit card. AUCTION BY ORDER OF: There will be a 3% buyers premium on all sales. Mary I Gault Estate, Ruthellen Anderson ,Executor Buyers premium will be waived for all cash or check sales. Coshocton County Court Probate Case#21310123 Lunch Stand. Wesley K. Untied ,Attorney

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November Meeting: The Coshocton Port Authority will not be having their monthly board meeting for the month of November. Their next CPA board meeting will be Dec. 12.

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Location: 4830 Shoemaker Rd. SW Newcomerstown, Ohio 43832. GPS Coordinates: 40°17’46.25”N - 81°33’24.51”W. From I-77 at Exit 65 take US 36 east 1 mile to Shoemaker Rd. Proceed Northwest on Shoemaker Rd. to property. Watch for Signs!

Thursday, Nov. 21 • 3pm 122 Acres * 6 Parcels * Salem Township * Tuscarawas County Remodeled Home * Gas & Oil Rights Sold Separate Ideal Commercial Location * Interstate 77 Road Frontage Simulcast Bidding Available Offering 122 acres of prime commercial acreage in Newcomerstown Ohio with easy access to Interstate 77 and US Route 36. Great opportunity for a business location, marketing potential or a solid land investment. Parcels ranging in size from 2 to 49 Acres. Oil & Gas Rights will be offered separate and are currently leased to Enervest with a portion being held by production. Land will be offered in parcels & combined. Contact Cliff or Anthony for additional information. Legal: Parcel #50-00596-003 and 50-00586-000 in Salem Township of Tuscarawas County and the Indian Valley SD. Taxes are 988.95 per half yr. Terms: 10% nonrefundable down payment day of sale with the balance due at closing in approximately 45 days. No contingencies. Acreage & frontage amounts are approximate and subject to final survey. Any required inspections, title work and due diligence must be completed prior to bidding. All information gathered from sources deemed accurate but is not guaranteed nor warranted to be true. Subject to all matters of record and Buyer is responsible to conduct its own due diligence prior to auction. Buyer must independently investigate and confirm any information or assumptions on which any bid is based. Online bidding available. AUCTION BY ORDER OF: W.M. Brode Co.

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Locating Classmates: The River View Class of ‘68 is looking for the following classmates and their current contact information: Peggy (Geog) Whiteus, Gerald Koehlar, Karen (Crothers) Caraway, John Boyer, Margurite (Sue) Canter, Sandra Hersman, Larry Johnston, Cecila (Maynard) Newman, Theresa (Smith) Culberson, William Stewart, Rita Ann Walters, and Clyde Wright. Notify Kent Arnold at 202-0442 or email cr405arnold@gmail.com if you have any information on these classmates. Benefit T-Shirts: Team “LITTLE” shirts are available for $12 each. Proceeds are going to Amber Lillibridge and her family for expenses, gas, food, and lodging. Amber Lillibridge was in a car accident on Nov. 5 and had to have a few surgeries and many more surgeries to come in the near future. Shirts are ash gray and can be ordered through Jodi Selders at the SportZone or Nicole Medley at The Beacon. All shirts must be prepaid.

Church Events New Series: NewPointe Community Church will be having a new series, Running on Fumes, as they take a look at how, with God’s help, we can begin to refuel in various areas of our lives. This message series runs on Sunday mornings through Dec. 1. NewPointe Community Church has multiple locations, including campuses in Canton, Coshocton, Dover, and Millersburg. Service times are 9 a.m. and 11 a.m. at all locations. For more information, visit newpointe.org. The Coshocton campus is located at the Coshocton County Career Center at 23640 Airport Rd.

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Family Fun at Chili: Wednesday, Nov. 13 at 6:30 p.m. at the Chili Crossroads Bible Church, Pastor Neal Dearyan will compare Judaism with the Bible. Should Christians today keep the Jewish feasts? All adults are welcome. Gourmet coffee and pop are available during this fun, casual and informative time every Wednesday night. Bring the kids! Children infant to 18 enjoy Awana Clubs this Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. with Mismatch and Mustache Night. Upward Basketball: Final Upward Basketball and cheerleading registration and orientation is Thursday, Nov. 14 from 5 - 8 p.m. at the Coshocton Christian Tabernacle, located at 23891 Airport Rd. across from Wal-Mart. Soup Supper: Prairie Chapel United Methodist Church will be having a Veteran’s Day soup supper on Thursday, Nov. 14 from 4:30 - 6:30 p.m. Veterans eat free. There will be homemade soups, sandwiches, pies and cakes, and beverages. Fall Rummage Sale: The Presbyterian Church will be having their annual fall rummage sale on Friday, Nov. 15 from 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. and Saturday, Nov. 16 from 9 a.m. - noon. Saturday will be a $5 bag sale. There will be clothing, household items, tools, collectibles, jewelry, craft items, kitchen utensils, holiday items, and much more. The sale will be located in the basement of the church and all proceeds will benefit the Presbyterian Women’s Community Missions. The church is located on the corner of Fourth and Chestnut. A Cultural Adventure: On Nov. 16 at 7 p.m. at the Coshocton Church of the Nazarene, Andy and Heather Swanson and family will be sharing a cultural adventure with you. Heather is a music teacher/singer/songwriter from Scotland and will be performing some Scottish traditional songs and poems as well as some of her compositions. Andy is a newly-qualified aircraft engineer with Mission Aviation Fellowship (MAF). He has been training here in Coshocton for the last three years and they are leaving the states at the end of November in order to serve for the next eight years in Africa. Heather was recently in Uganda for a visit and will be able to give an insight into what they will be doing there and give a flavor of what life will be like. Bring your family and friends, and hear about their journey from Scotland to Coshocton and on to Africa.


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C.O.P.E.: Coshocton Circles will be hosting a community event, COPE. (Cost of Poverty Experience) on Monday, Nov. 18 from 5 - 8 p.m. at Coshocton Christian Tabernacle, located at 23891 Airport Rd in Coshocton. Dinner begins at 5 p.m. and COPE. begins at 6 p.m. Space is limited, so RSVP to (740) 310-8695. COPE is a program designed to inform the public on understanding poverty and to inspire individuals to help those most in need.

Thanksgiving Service: The Bakersville Presbyterian Church, located at 28164 Coshocton County Road 97, will be hosting a joint Thanksgiving Service, Tuesday, Nov. 26 at 6:45 p.m. Speaker and special music will be provided by the Amish Mennonite Fellowship Church. All friends, churches, and pastors in and around the Bakersville community are cordially invited to the event. Each person attending is asked to bring non-perishable food staples or canned goods to be given to needy families. A love offering will be taken for billboard evangelism with Christian Aid Ministries. For more information, call (330) 897-2420 or (740) 704-6332.

Garden Club Meeting: The Town and Country Club garden club meeting will be Nov. 14 at 7 p.m. at Roscoe United Methodist Church. The speaker will be Doug Anderson. The public is welcome to attend. River View Thanksgiving Service: The River View Ministerial Association is sponsoring a community Thanksgiving dinner and service to be Sunday, Nov. 17 at the Prairie Chapel United Methodist Church.

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Wednesday, Nov. 20 • 3pm Furniture * Player Piano * Household * Antiques Collectibles * Glassware * Tools Furniture – Household: 3 Piece Oak Bedroom Set (Armoire, Bed & Chest of Drawers); Oak Dining Table w/ 6 Chairs & 4 Leaves; Oak Corner Cabinet; (2) Oak Stands; Jelly Cupboard; Wardrobe; 3 Pc. Bedroom Set; (2) Swivel Bar Stools; Laundry Basket; Small Round Table; Kneehole Desk; Lazy Boy Recliner; TV; Sleeper Sofa; Matching Sofa & Chair; Exceltone Player Piano w/ Rolls; Chairs; Plant Stands; Bunn Coffee Maker; Silverware & Utensils; Knives; Rolling Pins; Cookbooks; Dinnerware Set; Pyrex; SS Mixing Bowls; Kitchen Supplies; Lamps & Floor Lamps; Rainbow Sweeper w/ Attachments; Bedding & Towels; Luggage; Cooler; Christmas Decorations; Folding Table & Chairs; White Sewing Machine; Antiques – Collectibles – Glassware: Dry Sink; 2 Pc. Kitchen Cupboard; Older Dresser; Dovetailed Blanket Chest; Ross Cedar Chest; One Drawer Two Door Stand; Shaving Kit; Trunk; Hi-Chair; 3 Tier Stand; Marble Top Stand; Hickory Rocker; Wall Mirror; Large Grain Scoop; 5 Gallon Water Can; Longaberger Baskets; Numerous Crocks; Oil Lamps; Pittsburgh Commandery Plates; Fenton Glassware; Salts, Cut Glass; Prussia Cream & Sugar; Pink Depression; Stoneware Pitcher; 10 Pc. Setting of Pope Gosser; 6 Pc. Setting of Austria China; Palestine China; Stained Glass Lamp; Wynand Focknik Bottle; Hand Painted Saws; Milk Cans; Cast Iron Kettle; Wooden Bowl; Jars; Bottles & More. Lawn & Garden – Tools: John Deere 312 Plow; Older Buzz Saw; Snyder Sprayer; Suburban Power Sprayer; Air Compressor; Lawn Sweeper; Wheelbarrow Shop Vac; Ladders; Wooden Ladder; Cultivator; Boat Trailer; Scoop Dolly; Fans; Croquet Set; Garden Tools; Hand Tools & More. NOTE: Twyla Troendly was a life long resident of Coshocton Co. and it is our pleasure to be offering her contents at public auction. Sale will be approximately 3 hours with good clean quality household throughout. Many more boxes to go through and will possibly sell in two rings. FOOD STAND CHATTEL TERMS: Cash, good check or credit card. 3% buyers premium, premium will be waived for cash or check. Proper Identification required to register. SALE BY ORDER OF: Twyla Troendly Estate Coshocton County Probate Case #21310110 Attorney Paul Scherbel Co-Executors Daniel & Stephen Troendly KAUFMAN REALTY, INC. (888)852-4111 or (330) 852-4111 • www.kaufmanrealty.com CLIFF SPRANG, REALTOR/AUCTIONEER • (330) 464-5155 or cliff@kaufmanrealty.com 0010_111313

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Boots and Buckles Dance Club: Boots and Buckles Dance Club is now offering lessons every Tuesday at the Blue Ridge Grange, located at the intersection of State Route 36 and 751 between West Lafayette and Newcomerstown. Line dance basic beginners lessons begin at 5:30 p.m. and advanced starts at 6:30 p.m. Open dance begins at 7:30 p.m. Cost is $5. Come have fun while exercising. For more information, call Vic at 545-7343 or Donna at (330) 827-5587.

Dinner is at 6 p.m. Turkey, beverages, and place settings will be provided. Those attending are asked to bring a covered dish to share. The Thanksgiving worship service will be at 7 p.m. with Pastor Joel Mason bringing the message.

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Holiday Bazaar: The Coshocton Christian Tabernacle will be having a Holiday Bazaar on Saturday, Nov. 23 from 9 a.m. - 3 p.m. Homemade crafts, dollar table, bake sale, and other vendors will be available. A lunch stand will also be provided. Table spaces are available for $20. The church is located at 23891 Airport Road, across from Wal-Mart. Contact them at 622-4133.

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Back Door Cafe: The Bakersville Presbyterian Church will be having their Back Door Cafe from 7:30 - 11 a.m. on the following dates: Nov. 21, Dec. 19, Jan. 16, Feb. 20, and March 20. All you can eat pancakes or french toast, sausage or bacon, scrambled eggs, hash browns, and drinks. Also, Coshocton Fair awardwinning rolls will be available for sale. A $5 donation is appreciated.

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Fall Festival: Canal Lewisville United Methodist Church will have their 74th Fall Festival Friday, Nov. 22. A bazaar will begin at 10 a.m. There will also be mincemeat, noodles, baked goods and crafts. Lunch will be served starting at 11 a.m. Dinner will be served at 4 p.m. Serving homemade food.

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Jacob’s Closet: November hours for the Warsaw United Methodist Church’s Jacob’s Closet. The closet will be open every Thursday in November except Thanksgiving from 9 a.m. – Noon On Nov. 14, they will also be open from 5 - 8 p.m. Good, clean clothing is free. They are not accepting any donations of clothing until after the first of the year. The church is located at 130 E. Church St. in Warsaw.

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Fall Rummage Sale: The Coshocton Presbyterian Church will be having a fall rummage sale on Nov. 15 from 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. and Nov. 16 from 9 a.m. - noon. A large trash bag will be provided on Saturday for a $5 bag sale. The sale will be in the basement of the church, located at the corner of 4th and Chestnut. Items include tools, collectibles, furniture, jewelry, and much more. All proceeds go toward the Presbyterian Women’s Community Missions.

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Toy Chest Applications: Coshocton Co Firefighter’s Toy Chest 2013 application dates are Nov. 20 from noon - 3 p.m. and Nov. 21 from 9 a.m. - noon at the County Services Building Room 145. For low income families in Coshocton County. For children ages infant - 15. Please bring proof of income for everyone in household. Grief Support Group: The Adult Bereavement Support Group is every other Friday at 11 a.m. at Health Services of Coshocton. There is not an active Children’s Group at this time. If you feel your child is in need of support, call 622-7311 ext. 205. Ask for Mary McCune. Registration is necessary for the Children’s Group.

Monday: 3 - 6 p.m.: Wednesday, Saturday: 10 a.m. - 1 p.m.: Books Galore Book Store: Coshocton Public Library: The Friends of the Library used book store in the library basement has books, magazines, movies, audio books, and more, all at rock-bottom prices. Open to the public every Monday from 3 – 6 p.m. and Wednesday and Saturday from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. Call 622-0956 for information. Wednesday, Nov. 13, 20, 27: Preschool Story Time: Coshocton Public Library: Children 3 - 5 years old are invited to Preschool Story Time every Wednesday, from 10:30 - 11 a.m. Register by calling 6220956. 10:30 - 11 a.m. Wednesday, Nov. 13, 20, 27: Plugged and Unplugged (Teens): Coshocton Public Library: Grades 7-High School Graduation are invited to Plugged and Unplugged for online and traditional gaming. Board Games, Video Games, Internet Access, Friends, Snacks and Fun! Call 622-0956 to register. 2:30 - 5 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 14, 21: 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 finger plays. Please register all attendants by calling the library at 622-0956, or register online. 10:30 - 11 a.m.

School Events Spaghetti Supper: River View Wrestling will be having their annual spaghetti supper on Nov. 19. It will be at the Three Rivers Fire Station from 5:30 - 7:30 p.m. Menu is spaghetti, salad, garlic toast, dessert and drink. Pre-sale tickets are $6. Cost will be $7 at the door. Tickets can be purchased from one of the wrestlers or at the door.

Tuesday, Nov. 19, 26: West Lafayette Preschool Story Time: West Lafayette Branch Library: Children ages 3 - 5 are invited to The West Lafayette Branch for story time on Tuesday mornings from 11:30 a.m. - noon. Come and enjoy stories, songs, finger plays, and seasonal crafts. 11:30 a.m. - noon Tuesday, Nov. 19, 26: Tuesday Evening Preschool Story Time: Coshocton Public Library: Children ages 3 - 5 and their parents or caregivers are invited to listen to stories, sing songs, enjoy rhymes and finger plays during this weekly story time. 6:30 - 7 p.m.

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Genealogy Society Meeting: The genealogy society will meet Tuesday, Nov. 19 in the basement of the Coshocton library from 7:30 - 9 p.m. Speaker, Carolyn Hayes, will talk about the early Hayes family home. Election of officers is also scheduled.

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Holiday Baskets: The Coshocton is Blooming Committee has been making plans to help spruce up Main Street for the holiday season. The committee is organizing three days to assemble the holiday baskets using greens from trees donated by Bill and Carol Freud. Lawn Barber is lending a hand with cutting down the trees and hauling the greens to the Fairgrounds. CIB is looking for volunteers to help fill the hanging baskets with greens starting on Monday, Nov. 18, Tuesday, Nov. 19, and Wednesday, Nov. 20. They will be working in the Art Hall from 1:30 – 4 p.m. Baskets will be hung in time for the Christmas Parade on Friday, Nov. 22. For more information, call Connie Miller at 622-6569 and leave a message.

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Wednesday, Nov. 20: W.L. Coffee Chat for Adults: West Lafayette Branch Library: Adults are invited to the West Lafayette Branch Library for coffee bimonthly on the third Wednesday from 8:30 - 9:30 a.m. Eight of the best-selling fiction and non-fiction books will be featured with hot coffee and tea. Space is limited, so call the West Lafayette Branch Library at 545-6672. 8:30 - 9:30 a.m. Thursday, Nov. 21: 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 for December. Contact Mrs. Custer at the library to register for this event. This month’s book is ‘A Christmas Carol’ by Charles Dickens 4 - 5 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 21: W.L. B.E.S.T. Night @ The Branch: West Lafayette Branch Library: Books. Electronics. Snacks. Teens. It’s the best night for teens to be at the Branch! Grades 7-12 are invited to enjoy laptops, games on a gaming system, book talks, friends and snacks. Space is limited and you must be registered. Call 545-6672. Registration deadline is Monday, Nov. 18th. 5 - 7 p.m. Friday, November 22: Holiday Open House: Coshocton Public Library: Kick off the holiday season with the library’s annual Holiday Open House held in conjunction with Down Town Merchants Christmas Holiday Parade and shopping preview. Join us for crafts, refreshments and our special guest, Rudolf the Red-nosed Reindeer. 5 - 7 p.m.


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3 BR, 2 bath Mobile Home in the country near Warsaw, Ohio situated on 3.5 acres. Central air, propane heat, appliances furnished including washer and dryer. River View School District. $550 per month plus deposit with references. 740824-3352 leave message.

1950 Dodge Wayfarer Roadster Run about convertbile with trailer. Show quality, 1-owner, must sell. $30,000. OBO. 740498-5893

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For sale, scooter for handicapped, $150. 740-623-8886

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Couple looking for 3+ Bed, 2+ TRUCKS Bath, with garage/shed, 1 dog allowed. Contact Erica 3301987 GMC dual wheels crew 601-6102 cab, 4 doors, 68,000 miles, 45.4 engine, good tires, good MOBILE HOME condition. Price $3,000. Phone 740-545-7522 FOR SALE 1981 Victorian Mobile Home, 14x70, white with dark brown trim. Two bedrooms with 1 and 3/4 baths. Living room with tip out, awnings and carport awning plus a wooden shed. All appliances stay including full size washer and dryer. All great condition. Buyer must move home from present lot to your lot. Call 740-622-8521

2000 Ford F350 Super Cab, Lariat, long bed, DRW, 4WD, V10, automatic, 91,000 miles, no rust. leather, AC, PW, PL, CC, electric drivers seat, sliding rear window, aluminum wheels, spray in liner, Tonneau cover. Two hitches, brake controller, AUTOS good tires. Excellent condition. 1996 Geo Tracker, 99,000 $16,000 OBO. 740-545-7906, miles, great work car, 4cyl., 4 740-610-7207 Lv. Msg. W.D., O.D. get ready for winter. Price $3,200. 740-622-1092 1997 BMW 540i. Engine maintenance complete with belts, hoses, timing chains, more. Black with black leather interior. Heated driver and passenger seats, dual climate control, 6 CD changer in trunk. Factory premium stereo. Heated steering wheel, sunroof. This

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Coshocton Beauty Salon Be your own boss with fully equipped 3-chair salon. Hitraffic, 2nd St. location with offstreet parking. $795/mo. 740295-4414

Climbing aluminum deer stand “Loggy Bayou” $125. Baker aluminum climbing deer stand $45. Hang-On aluminum deer stand $20. PSE Compound Bow 30” draw, case, arrows, sights, release $100. 740-622-1517

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