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GIVING COMMUNITY blessed by volunteers The volunteer spirit runs deep in Coshocton County. The community is blessed to have people that serve others with their time, talents and energy. Pictured here are volunteers helping at the CHS community Thanksgiving dinner, held last Tuesday at the high school and volunteers helping at the annual New Life Ministries Thanksgiving meal, which is held on Thanksgiving Day. BeaCoN PHoTo By Mark forTuNe

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THANK YOU The family of Rev. Norman E. McCoy wishes to express sincere appreciation for the many prayers that went out for him during his stay at Coshocton County Memorial Hospital and the Coshocton Health and Rehab Center, and for the special care they gave him. We especially wish to thank Pastors Richard King, Ron Davis and Ken Smailes for the beautiful service. We appreciate your taking time to share heartfelt memories with family and friends. Your words were a source of comfort to everyone. Special thanks to Chris, Aaron, Ryan, Darrell, Ken, and Todd for serving as pallbearers, Warsaw Nazarene Church for the meal, Fischer’s Funeral Home during our time of need, and those who sent cards and donations. Your thoughts are greatly appreciated. We find healing in God’s tender embrace, and in knowing others remember and care. Thank you for keeping us in your prayers. In God’s Love, Family of Rev. Norman E. McCoy 0006_113011

friday evening, Nov. 18 was the annual Coshocton Christmas parade and the realtors at Century-21 Court Square realty took this opportunity to support their community through the New Life Ministries food Pantry. The Century-21 realtors served 240 hot dogs and popcorn in exchange for a donation to the food pantry. The hard work paid off with a total of $325 raised for the food pantry. This was a first time attempt at doing this and Phil Covic, Broker and owner of Century-21 Court Square realty, said he is very proud of his realtors’ hard work and the generosity of the people of Coshocton. Shown are Pastor Mark Granger and some of the Century-21 realtors who made this happen. Pastor Granger said the funds were very much appreciated but more so this time of year. PHoTo CoNTriB-

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Coshocton County Memorial Hospital employees, Helen McClain, Information Technologies, Robert Miller, CEO, and Suann Maher, Laboratory, share a “high-five” as they represent just a few of the hospital’s “my fair share” contributors. The hospital awarded fairshare givers, or one hours’ pay per month, with a fleece pullover, pictured, and the number of MFS contributors more than tripled. The hospital employees’ pledges are nearly double that of last year with departments being awarded a holiday pizza party for 100% participation and

contributors names were entered in raffle drawings for additional prizes. “When you look at everything that is good about Coshocton, it all boils down to hard work and generosity,” said Lyn Mizer, Executive Director of Coshocton United Way, “CCMH employees should be very proud of their gifts back to Coshocton, and I know we and our agencies are very grateful. “Current campaign totals are about 30% of the $365,000 goal with the majority of campaign packets still to come in,” she said. “Don’t be fooled by the low amounts on the thermometers so far. Last year they shot up in December and January, so I am hopeful this year will be similar. With the tremendous pledges received so far, I am certain that we as a community are going to continue to invest our time and treasures into Coshocton.”


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Mark’s Musings

Well, despite all of our in time for the holidays predictions for a close anyway? Oh, that OSU victory, it was sentence is in Chinese not to be this year. The and it says . . . well, I Buckeyes closed out can’t tell you in case the the regular season – and crows are reading this. their final drive – with I’ll tell you next week. an almost predictable Do you want to miscue that seemed to watch some uplifting be the hallmark of the television during the 2011 football season holidays? No, don’t from start to finish. watch the Cleveland MARK FORTUNE But now we have Urban Browns but you already Meyer. The Buckeyes should be in knew that, didn’t you? I actually the Big 10 title game in 2012. That’s thought they might pull out a win our story and we’re sticking to it. On against the Bengals. For the uplifting to hoops! try the Hallmark channel. Or, you There are so many opportunities to could watch “The Walking Dead” help people in our community during on AMC channel. But that’s not on the holiday season, from donating to again until February. However, there The Salvation Army, Toys for Tots, is some good news, I am already area churches collecting clothes, toys preparing for “A Christmas Story” and many others. Food is needed at marathon on Christmas Day. It’s The Salvation Army, Nellie Food only 25 days until Christmas. And no Bank, New Life Ministries and snow yet. At least not as I am writing Shepherd’s Christian Assembly. The this column. Hope you had a nice Salvation Army Christmas Castle Thanksgiving holiday. project in conjunction with WTNS Radio is also a very worthwhile project. And while it’s always good to give during the holidays, please remember that the need does not go away after Christmas. These are just some of the opportunities to give throughout our community during the holidays and beyond. I do believe that I heard the cawing of crows last week, and yes, indeed, they have returned. Hopefully not for very long as they enjoy the remaining kernels of corn in the fields. And yes, Virginia, I did find out something else – and lest the crows learn the secret (they’re pretty smart, them there birds are) 有一个 乌鸦狩猎季节. How else did you expect to make a blackbird pie just

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NEW DICTIONARIES Christmas came early for third graders at Ridgewood Elementary when three members of the West Lafayette Rotary Club visited the school and handed out dictionaries to all the third grade students. Dan Markley, Ed Chapdelaine, and Catherine Miller, president of the club, passed out about 100 personal dictionaries to each student. These weren’t just ordinary dictionaries either. In addition to all the words in the English language, including the longest word which is 1,909 letters long, the book featured maps, facts about each country, the nine parts of speech, biographies of all the United States presidents, the Declaration of Independence, weights and measurements, and other useful information. Pictured here are Lindsay Griffith and Daniel Scott of Ms. Metzger’s third grade class proudly displaying their new dictionaries. The dictionaries are purchased from BEACON PHOTO BY BETH SCOTT

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trays with freshly prepared food, they put down the carving knives and paused promptly at 10 a.m. for Pastor Mark Granger to give thanks. The annual tradition of serving the community a warm and nutritious meal on Thanksgiving Day complete with turkey or ham, noodles, green beans, pie and more continued this year with a system honed over several years. Pastor Mark Granger said, “We had a lot of help come out so we’re starting to deliver our meals early and that’s always good. People like to eat by noon. We’ll deliver over 460 meals – that’s right now – we’ll have some more come in, plus all of the help gets to eat. We cooked eighty turkeys and forty hams. “People like to help other people, and they like the feeling knowing that they’ve helped someone else. It’s a very special quality here because the people are giving people and they’re caring people. Some of our regular help passed away this year but there have been new people that have never helped come in this year, or gave money. The manager from Bob Evans is here today and they brought some meals to go to families and people love those. “I’m excited because it’s therapeutic for the helpers, a lot of them say, “My husband’s been gone but you give me a place to come for Thanksgiving and Christmas. Families will come in for Christmas and not Thanksgiving because it’s hard to come in for both if they’re from out of town. It means so much that people come in to help. “I’m just thankful for the community and everybody that helps us out each year. People look forward to these meals. The volunteers always come back with good feelings about what they’re doing to help, people like them to stay around and talk, we have to keep moving but we encourage them to talk. And if people want to pray, we pray with them.” Paul Gettle, who along with his family was preparing to deliver meals to the high rise apartments, said, “We’re just glad to help. We really believe in what Mark and New Life is doing here and we’re glad to be a part of sharing some Thanksgiving. This is our third year of helping, it’s something we can do as a family and just remind ourselves that today is about being thankful for what we have and who we can help.”

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friend of 4-H Mark fortune of The Coshocton County Beacon accepts a friend of 4-H Pictured are Jenny Cherry, oSu 4-H extension educator for friend of 4-H award. also pictured is Jenny Cherry, oSu 4-H extension educator Coshocton County, (l), presenter Melody Lowe and 4-H ambassador award refor Coshocton County and presenter kelly Miller. BeaCoN PHoTo By Mark cipients, Pat and Renee Anderson, owner’s of Domino’s Pizza in Coshocton and forTuNe Newcomerstown. BeaCoN PHoTo By Mark forTuNe

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Jenny Cherry, oSu 4-H extension educator for Coshocton Carol and ralph Hamby were presented with a friend of 4-H friend of 4-H Award by Ron Seitz, right. Also pictured is OSU 4-H Extension Educator for Coshoc- County, is pictured with alan Worthington, 4-H ambassador award recipient and presenter Hannah Worthington. BeaCoN PHoTo By Mark forTuNe ton County, Jenny Cherry. BeaCoN PHoTo By Mark forTuNe

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friend of 4-H Brett Bantum (l) and Mark Cutshall of Baker’s iGa are pictured friend of 4-H Chuck Wiseman (l) and Jon Mosier accept a friend of 4-H with oSu 4-H extension educator for Coshocton County, Jenny Cherry. The pair award on behalf of the Coshocton Gun Club. also pictured are Jenny Cherry, oSu were recognized for being a Friend of 4-H. BeaCoN PHoTo By Mark for- 4-H extension educator for Coshocton County and Vearl Specht. BeaCoN PHo-


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4-H leaders, advisors and friends were recognized for their volunteer service at the 2011 4-H Leaders’ Banquet, held Monday evening, Nov. 21 at the Presbyterian Church. The event was sponsored by the Coshocton County Agricultural Society, 4-H Endowment Committee, Farm Credit Services and Coshocton Grain Company. The event, which was not held for the past two years, recognizes those that volunteer their time and talent to the Coshocton County 4-H program. The successful passing of the five year OSU Extension levy last November has allowed the 4-H program to continue in Coshocton County and in particular, hold Coshocton County 4-H Camp Ohio this past summer. Following a delicious dinner prepared by members of the 4-H endowment committee and 4-H advisory committee and served by the Coshocton County Junior Leaders, certificates of award and pins were presented to first year key leaders; Beth Anderson, Timothy Anderson, Sarah Jane Lindsey, Amanda Poorman, Dana Markley, Garth Regula and Hannah Worthington. First year, five year, ten year, fifteen year, twenty year, twenty-five, thirty year, thirty-five, forty-five and fifty year advisors were also honored, with Jean Rausch recognized for fifty years. Cristy Gilmore, 2011 Coshocton County Junior Fair Queen, and Michaela Elson, 2011 Coshocton County Junior Fair Queen attendant, welcomed everyone to the event and Bob Buxton gave the invocation. Jenny Cherry, OSU Extension Educator, 4-H, introduced guests and thanked everyone for supporting the 4-H program. Several 4-H clubs were recognized as Banner Clubs; 5 years, Extreme Achievers and Magic Makers, 7 year, Millcreek Valley, 8 year, Equine Explorers, 14 years, Mohawk Valley, 16 years, Kamelid Kushers,

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BeaCoN PHoTo By all you need to do is walk Mark forTuNe into the store and you will see how much over the years they have supported the junior fair auction Coshocton County as a veterinarian for twenty-nine and the junior fair exhibitors”, said Luce, “When it years, for over a dozen years he has also been a 4-H comes time for 4-H week, the windows at Baker’s advisor. Dr. Poland has helped 4-H in numerous other IGA are completely covered, publicly promoting ways, including helping at evaluations, helping with 4-H and giving 4-Her’s the opportunity to show their paperwork for project animals at the fair, serving as involvement and participation in the 4-H program.” the veterinarian at the fair on Sunday’s and securing The pair was recognized especially for their efforts the fair veterinarians at for the rest of the week. Dr. for the horse show at the junior fair and the “Giddy Poland and wife Sharon also sponsor fair trophies on an annual basis. Dr. Poland is a great supporter of 4-H Up Go” program. Kelly Miller recognized Mark Fortune as a Friend and very deserving of this 4-H Ambassador Award.” Melody Lowe presented a 4-H Ambassador of 4-H, the owner and Publisher of The Coshocton Award to Pat and Renee Anderson, owners of County Beacon. Miller said, “He strongly believes in the values and principles that 4-H represents, his passion Domino’s Pizza, Coshocton and Newcomerstown. for it was evident when he became part of the Extension “They have contributed in so many ways to our 4-H levy committee. He knew how important it was to keep program by providing pizza for our skillathons, they help with our 4-H food stand, they bring in and hook 4-H a part of Coshocton County.” Ron Seitz presented a Friend of 4-H to the owner up the warmer to keep the pizza warm during the fair, of Hamby Farms, Inc.; Ralph and Carol Hamby. Seitz they also provide the pizzas for the 4-H food stand, said, “To say that they would give you the shirt off their they donate gift certificates such as tonight, any time back is an understatement.” The pair provides funds you call they are willing to step up. They just go above for donating feed for skillathons, cash awards for the and beyond as far as donating to the 4-H program”, Washington focus trip, money awards for the carcass said Lowe. Hannah Worthington presented a 2011 4-H show, feeds and supplies and many other 4-H events. Ambassador Award to Alan Worthington, for his The Coshocton Gun Club was recognized as a Friend of 4-H with Chuck Wiseman and Jon Mosier efforts with the 4-H rabbit program. “He has worked accepting the award on behalf of the club. 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FHFH Coshocton has been truly blessed in the fact that not one deer donation by a hunter has been turned down because adequate funding was not available to pay processing fees. More recently, the challenge has been finding an adequate supply of hunter deer donations to sustain the local feeding missions. There is a high demand for protein with unemployment rates rising; local missions have been stretched to the limit. Demand for primary domestic living supplements are at an all time high with protein at the top of the list. Hunters who wish to donate whole-dressed deer may contact the following processors direct. The donation is made by delivering tagged deer carcasses to the approved processor and assigning ownership of the venison to FHFH at no cost to the hunter. The following is a list of FHFH approved processors in the area.

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Farmers & Hunters Feeding the Hungry is a nonprofit Christian Mission located in Hagerstown, Maryland that focuses on providing processing services and a distribution network to hunters who wish to donate venison to feed the hungry. There have been 34 chapters of FHFH that have been established across the state of Ohio. Each chapter is headed up by a local volunteer coordinator. To date in the 2011/2012 Coshocton County season, FHFH has processed over 5,000 pounds of venison for local food missions. Deer gun season is Monday, Nov. 28 through Sunday, Dec. 4. FHFH expects a heavy intake of deer donations during gun deer season. During the 2010/2011 hunting season, there was 2,500 deer donated to the program statewide providing 131,000 pounds of meat or 524,000 servings. FHFH Coshocton County is now entering its seventh season of operation. To date, over 47,000 pounds of venison has been processed and distributed to local food banks in the greater metro Coshocton area. These donations have provided enough protein supplements for 188,000 servings. During the 2010/2011 hunting season, FHFH Coshocton delivered 12,000 pounds or 44,000 servings of venison to three feeding missions including Coshocton Salvation Army, New Life Ministries, New Philadelphia Salvation Army and Shepherd’s Christian Assembly. Four years ago, The Ohio Department of Natural Resources Division of Wildlife established a cooperative program to


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Lori Childress and Ellen McKee, two Coshocton County residents hold world championship placing in barrel racing. The world contest is at the Georgia National Fairgrounds at Perry, GA and draws contestants from all over the world. The world championship is sanctioned and governed by the National Barrel Horse Association. All contestants have to qualify in their respective divisions by earning enough points at competitions to earn the right to compete at the world championship. Contestants earn their points a year prior to the competition. This year’s contestants all qualified in 2010. This year’s event was Oct. 23 - 29. From the thousands who compete over the year at barrel racing, 974 qualifying contestants competed to have a shot at the world championship. Each of the 974 get two runs to make a qualifying time to make the finals. On each of these two qualifying runs, the top twenty places advance to the finals. Of the 974 entries, 186 advanced to the final round. From the 186, Lori Childress won third place in the third division and Ellen McKee won tenth place in the fourth division. In the second division, Lori came in 109th place on her first run, .385 of a second behind the first place runner. Between Lori and the first place, 107 riders placed less than four tenths of a second. On Lori’s second run, she placed

ninth in the fourth division, .042 of a second behind the winner. For the championship round, Lori and her horse “I’m Just a Little Squirt” ran a time of 16.164, placing her third in the third division and the 37th fastest time of all divisions. Lori had the highest place of all of the 24 entries from Ohio. “Squirt’s” dam, “Annie” has also qualified numerous times for the world championship, both in adult and youth categories. Lori resides near Bakersville with her husband Bruce Childress where she raises her horses on their Double Bar C Ranch. Lori’s winning horse, “I’m Just a Little Squirt,” was one Lori bred, raised, and trained herself. Lori has been competing in barrel racing for over 25 years. Lori has been to the world championship three times and placed ninth in her last appearance at the world championship in 1995. Lori has qualified several years for the world championship and has qualified in 2011 to compete again in 2012 at the nationals. “I would like to take a moment to thank my wonderful family and my many friends for all of their support,” said Lori. Ellen McKee has been competing in barrel racing for over 60 years. Ellen has made the cut to compete in the world championship several times, making many trips to world competition. This is the first time in her long career she has placed in the finals. Ellen has been involved with the NBHA since its formation and is currently a director representing the state of Ohio. On Ellen’s first run, she placed 15th in the fourth division with a 16.977, which qualified her for the finials. On her second run, Ellen placed fourth in the fourth division on her horse “TNT Red Money.” In the championship run, Ellen placed tenth in the fourth division with a time of 16.725. Ellen is retired from teaching at the Coshocton County Career Center. Ellen and her husband Max McKee live near Fresno where they ride and train their horses. Both have long been fixtures at local horse shows for decades. Max has also qualified numerous times and has competed in the world finals. Ellen has qualified in 2011 to go back to the nationals in 2012 and


Coshocton Convention and visitors bureau board hires new director The board of the Coshocton Convention and Visitors Bureau (CVB) has hired Jan Myers as their new director, beginning on Monday, Nov. 28. As Director of the Coshocton CVB, Myers will work with local attractions, lodging and events, to market Coshocton County as a tourism destination for day trips and overnight travelers. “I am thrilled at the opportunity to get to do this job,” said Myers. “I am so passionate about Coshocton and all we have to offer visitors. Marketing tourism in Coshocton is enjoyable since we already have such a positive image out there with our many wonderful attractions like Roscoe Village, Unusual Junction and our wineries, plus, our numerous popular festivals. We are so fortunate to have so much to share with visitors.” Myers most recently has been serving as the temporary part-time project manager for the newly-formed Our Town Coshocton board, which is an Ohio Main Street initiative. Her duties with that project were to prepare the organization to officially form as a non-profit corporation, file for non-profit status, and prepare to enter the Emerging Level of the Main Street organization process. “We are at that point now,” said Myers, “so this transition to the CVB comes at a good

myers time. And as the Coshocton CVB Director, I will continue to serve on the Our Town Coshocton board.” Myers has a B.S. degree in Psychology and Marketing. She has worked in marketing for a number of years at both Unusual Junction and Roscoe Village. For several years, she has also worked as a freelance writer for numerous magazines, newspapers and online publications, and as a writer for the Coshocton CVB writing

press releases, travel articles and marketing copy. She also worked on the Coshocton Bicentennial Committee, specifically with the Ohio Chautauqua program and the Civil War Encampment. “The Coshocton CVB board was so pleased to have had several applicants apply for the position,” said CVB Board President, Carol Remington. “We are very happy that Jan Myers has agreed to take the position and feel confident she will hit the ground running to continue bringing tourists into our county.” The Coshocton CVB is funded through the bed tax paid by overnight lodging guests in Coshocton. The CVB is located in the Progress Center at 401 Main Street in Coshocton. For information about tourist attractions, lodging and events in Coshocton, go to www.VisitCoshocton. com or call (740) 622-4877.

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Coshocton High school Honor and merit rolls Carter Schmitt Robert Shroyer Spencer Silverthorn Taylor Smith Allison Stein Sarah Stockdale Thomas Stonebraker Erin Storsin Peyton Taylor Cindy Wang Olivia Ward Jaymie West Amia Woods Skyler Wright

9th Grade: Joseph Batchelor Claire Bowman Couger Clarke Lyndsey Desender Quynh Do Conner Drennen Stuart Dunlap Ashley Fulks Thomas Gauerke Jacob Glasure Gavin Gray Emily Hartley Madeline Hire Courtney Hutchison Hannah Lain Hannah Lentz James Magness Samuel Magness Mitchell Martin Monique Mayle Austin McClain Timothy Meyers Mitchell Milliken Haven Mizer Krishna Patel Hailey Rhodes Jacqueline Roman Raven Shannon Tyler Silverthorn Katie Tupper Kallie Unger Morgan Unger Kristina Vickers Alexandra Virostko Logan Walters Cameron Wiandt Shania Zeigler

11th Grade: Emily Baker Ashley Blakely Brock Bolden Olivia Bosson Nicole Carling

12th Grade: Shane Appis Audrey Arron Preston Bair Paige Bell Alicia Blakely Brennan Bowman Byron Brenneman Jacob Bresciani Miranda Brown Austin Bryant Marcus Bullock Samantha Carroll Emily Clark Katie Clough Nathaniel Conidi Kelly Cooper Kayla Cowden Corrie Cox Nichole deJesu Jennifer Eikenberry Kelly Florian Abigail Frank Sara Hamilton Kathryne Harrah Joshua Helbling Coleton Helter Jusdeanna Hughes Marissa Hysong Andrew Jarvis Evan Johnson Alexander Lawrence Hawken Lewis Aurora Lyons Austin McCrea Brittany McFarland Maxx McKenna Drew McNichols Amber Meiser Nathan Mercer Andrew Miller Austin Moore Brittany Neiger Dylan Ogle Morgan Parker David Powers Johnathan Rivera Alex Roman Mason Ruby Catie Shearn Chelsea Shingleton Gavin Shryock Taylor Slaughter Katie Snider

Cheyenne Storsin Jordan Tarman Brandon Taylor Ryan Terrell Samantha Thomas Clayton Turner Brandon Walker Allison Wiandt Jacob Will Katherine Zingg Merit Roll 7th Grade: Catherine Andrews David Beckett Brent Bordenkircher Brian Brock Alicia Bryan Cassidy Cantrell Jordan Carkin Samantha Carnes Kelsey Crown Shanandra Donnelly Samuel Fortune Nolland Fowler Brandon Fyock Ivan Garcia Dallas Griffiths Michaela Guinther Jared Harvey-Callender Madison Jackson Matthew Jenkins Noah Kaser Austin Krasky Kobie Means Trevor Mehalko Mikeal Miller Johnathon Noon Jazmin Rose Logan Thornsley Sheyanne Walker Schantelle Watthews Syler Will Kristaney Wilson Travis Winterringer Zachary Wolfe Marilee Workman 8th Grade: Travis Billings Deryk Bowman Kassie Carpenter Exzayvya Carroll James Cornelius Sarah Corwin Justin DeMoss Charles DeVoll Blake Erman Tyler Everhart Logan Fisher Brice George Nathan Grewell Brice Guthrie Jason Hall Cheyenne Harrison Samantha Huffman Richard Huston Amber Jenkins Dylan Jennings Brandon Lester

Cody McVay Terrell Means Caleb Meek Scott Miller Courtney Nutter Camron Redman Christian Redman Austin Spitzer Bethany Sterling Brooke Ulrich Bo Wells Gregory Wheeler Allen Wilson 9th Grade: Joshua Arron Donavon Belt Patrick Brouse Georgia Brown Ethan Clift Nikolas Crawford Shanya DeMoss Autumn Dickerson Seth Fleming Jamie Foster Joren Franks Spencer Hostetler Kelbie Johnson Noel Kinsey Abigail McClister Katie Meddings Damon Miller Chasee Nelson Kyle Nelson William Powers Chase Scheitler Sarah Skelton Tristen Spinks Taylor Stephan Donald Stiteler Lea Sutton Erik Taylor Zachary Vickers Gavin Vought Kan Wang Kelsey Wilson Randy Woodby 10th Grade: Peyton Bair Thomas Clark-Jarvis Corbin Coffman Colin deJesu Emily Finton Nikki Jobe Brooke Kobel Desirae Lindemuth Michael McGuire Jaelynn Meek Jessica Nemeth Javanna Ramsey Caley Shaw Katie Stiteler Phoenix Troendly Brennan VanDusen Allison Williams Cody Williams Colin Yandam

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10th Grade: Tayler Burke Quantesha Carlton Micah DeMoss Casey Fortney Logan Givens Krista Gray Joshua Hilgenberg Shelby Kestler Nathan Lain Alexandra Philabaum Kaitlyn Salmans Marc Smith Kelly Towner Alex Wheeler Benjamin Zimomra

Kyle Corder Aaron Dosser Dyke Furstenberg Zachary Jennings Zachary King Karah Lain MacKenzie Martin Christian Osborn Emilee Pell Cade Powers Emily Simpson Alexa Sutton Lauren Szymczak Amber Walters Ashley Wright

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8th Grade: Brennen Alverson Talon Babcock Gavin Beaumont Kyle Bergeron Gage Bosson Lydia Brady Alycia Bragg Jeremy Bresciani Chloe Brown Taylor Bryant Seth Casey Naomi Catalogna Jessica Clark Cedar Crouch Edmond Davis Tristyn Doyle Raven Durben Raymon Durham Tyler George Hunter Haas George Hardesty Skylar Hasseman Lauren Hire Logan Hough Jakob Jarvis Kaden Johnson Kristjan Jones Nickolas Kirkpatrick Mariah Kittell Sarah Kittner Kaitlyn Krebs Carly Livingston Kassidy Logan Nichlos Matchett John McClain Spencer McCrea Chelsea McFarland Alex McPeak Alicia McVay Robert Michael MacKenzie Mizer Ricardo Ochoa Taylyr Ogle Bryce Philabaum Lexie Phillips Kevin Renicker Conner Roahrig Jeannie Shroyer Jennifer Simpson Mary Skelton Kristy Spence Matthew Stephens Sarah Virostko Tanner Ward

Austin Wheeler Ashley Williams Cammron Williams Joshua Williams Joshua W. Williams Ethan Woodie Haley Zimmerman


Honor Roll: 7th Grade: Reanna Ackley Christopher Addy Chandler Allen Mykahia Alverson Dominic Anderson Madison Ashcraft Lauren Babcock Haley Barker Benjamin Batchelor Chase Bishop Dakota Bookless Sarah Brake Tara Brush Shealynn Bullock Caleb Burton Alec Carnes Kaedyn Carroll Iesha Cass Serena Chavez Peyton Clift Triston Conn Jocelynn Corbett Candace Cormack Caedyn Dawson Ryan Devoll Sierra Dillon Thuy Do Hannah Dunlevy Jonathan Eberwine David Edmunds Brandon Elliott Timothy Fortney Joanna Fowler Joshua George Makenna Graves Courtney Guthrie Scipio Hardesty Seth Harrah Jacob Heading Dylan Helmick Taylor Holderbaum Michaela Hysong Mary Jackson Ashton Jarvis Kyler Johnson Lauryn Leopard Andrew Mason Zachary Maziar Brennan McClain Chase McHenry Zachariah Michael Seleena Murray Maggie Myers Cierra Navedo Robert Nealey Bryce Nemeth Brianna Newell Steven Oliver Nickolas Page Isabel Palmer Macy Parks Drew Patterson Jordan Peyatt Jacob Ramsey Marco Rettos Caley Ridenbaugh Kadie Roahrig Kelsie Roberts



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on improving public education. Approximately 10,000 school board members, administrators, teachers, students, vendors and guests attended the four-day Capital Conference, which ran Nov. 13 – 16. In its 56th year, OSBA leads the way to educational excellence by serving Ohio’s public school board members and the diverse districts they represent through superior service and creative solutions. For more information, contact OSBA or your local school board members.

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Tuesday, Nov. 22 – Dec. 13: Holiday Hullabaloo Preschool Story Time: West Lafayette Branch Library; Celebrate the season at the West Lafayette Branch with special stories, crafts, songs and more! For ages 3 - 5. Registration is required. Call 5456672. 11:30 a.m. - Noon Tuesday, Nov. 22 – Dec. 13: Holiday Hullabaloo Preschool Story Time: Coshocton Public Library; Celebrate the season with special stories, crafts, songs and more! For ages 3 - 5. Registration is required. Call 622-0956. 11:30 a.m. - Noon Wednesday, Nov. 23 – Dec. 14: Holiday Hullabaloo Preschool Story Time: Coshocton Public Library; Celebrate the season with special stories, crafts, songs and more! For ages 3 - 5. Registration is required. Call 622-0956. 10:30 - 11 a.m. Thursday, Dec. 1, 8, 15: Holiday Chi: Coshocton Public Library; Give yourself a timeout during the hectic holiday season and enjoy gentle exercises that reduce stress and increase vitality. Great for beginners. Noon - 1 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 3, 10, 17: Books Galore Book Store: Coshocton Public Library; The Friends of the Library used book store in the library basement has books, magazines, movies, audio books, and more, all at rock-bottom prices. Open to the public every Monday from 3 – 6 p.m. and Wednesday and Saturday from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. Call 622-0956 for information.

Monday, Dec. 5, 12, 19: Books Galore Book Store: Coshocton Public Library; The Friends of the Library used book store in the library basement has magazines, movies, audio books, books and more, all at rock-bottom prices. Open to the public every Monday from 3 – 6 p.m. and Wednesday and Saturday from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. Call 622-0956 for information.

Tuesday, Dec. 6, 13: W.L. Preschool Story Time: West Lafayette Branch Library; Children ages 3 - 5 are invited to the West Lafayette Branch for story time on Tuesday mornings from 11:30 a.m. - Noon. Come and enjoy stories, songs, finger plays, and seasonal crafts. One-time registration is requested by calling 545-6672. Tuesday, Dec. 6, 13: Preschool Story Time: Coshocton Public Library; Children 3 - 5 years old are invited to Preschool Story Time Tuesday evenings from 6:30 - 7 p.m. Register by calling 622-0956. Tuesday, Dec. 6: West Lafayette Branch Adult Book Discussion Group; West Lafayette Adult Book Discussion Group is the first Tuesday of each month at 7:30 p.m. at the home of Linda Breyer, 513 Plainfield Road, West Lafayette. Call the West Lafayette Branch Library at 545-6672 to reserve a copy of the book. The December book is “Angel Sisters” by Ann H. Gabhart. Wednesday, Dec. 7, 14: Wednesday Morning Preschool Story Time: Coshocton Public Library; Children ages 3 - 5 are invited to the library for Story Time. Enjoy stories, songs, finger plays, and seasonal crafts. Have fun with your story time friends by calling 622-0956 to register. 10:30 - 11 AM

Friends, Snacks and Fun! Call 622-0956 to register. 2:30 - 5 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 7: Animanga Club Meeting (Teens): Coshocton Public Library; Fans of manga and anime meet each month to preview anime, discuss manga, share Web sites, learn about Japanese culture, draw, and much more. Call 622-0956 to register. 5:30 - 7 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 8: A Christmas Carol Unwrapped: Coshocton Public Library; Dressed in a top hat and other items of a Victorian gentleman’s finery, Chris Hart will make a Christmas presentation explaining the customs of a Victorian Christmas. Many of the terms in Dicken’s classic novel, such as ‘a smoking bishop’, will be explained. Enhance the holiday season by attending this amusing program. 7 - 8 p.m. Monday, Dec. 12: Coffee Club: Coshocton Public Library; Senior adults 55 and up are invited to join the club for a cup of hot coffee and enlightening conversation. 10:15 a.m. - Noon Monday, Dec. 12: West Lafayette Branch Children’s Holiday Party: West Lafayette Branch Library; Children ages K through 6th grade are invited to attend a holiday celebration. Enjoy stories, crafts, treats, and holiday fun to celebrate the season! Call 545-6672 to register or register online. Registration deadline is Friday, Dec. 9. 4 - 5 p.m. Books of the Week Adult Fiction Murder Unleashed by: Rita Mae Brown

Wednesday, Dec. 7, 14, 21: 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.

Adult Non-Fiction The Gift of Rest: Rediscovering the Beauty of the Sabbath by: Joseph I. Lieberman

Wednesday, Dec. 7, 14, 21, 28: 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,

Children’s Book A Christmas Cookbook: Simple Recipes for Kids by: Sara Shuette

Teen Book Darth Paper Strikes Back: An Origami Yoda Book by: Tom Angleberger

Saturday, Dec. 3: W.L. Branch Holiday Open House: West Lafayette Branch Library; The Holiday Open House will be at the West Lafayette Branch Library from 11 a.m. - 2 p.m. It is during the Christmas in the Village in conjunction with the West Lafayette Chamber of Commerce. The Santa Parade starts at the Branch library at 1 p.m. Enjoy hot coca, cookies, crafts, and more.

Monday, Dec. 5: Monday Book Talk: Coshocton Public Library; The December book will be “Doc: A Novel” by Mary Doria Russell. Beautifully educated and born to the life of a Southern gentleman, Dr. John Henry Holliday was much more than a frontier gambler. Written with compassion, humor, and respect, Russell’s noble tells the story of his life before the O.K. Corral. 6:30 - 8 p.m.

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Central Elementary School shared Project MORE, one of its outstanding programs, during the 13th annual Student Achievement Fair on Nov. 15 at the 2011 Ohio School Boards Association Capital Conference and Trade Show. OSBA showcased 100 innovative programs at this year’s fair, at the Greater Columbus Convention Center in downtown Columbus. Central Elementary was selected to participate based upon its program’s creativity and positive impact on student achievement. Students and staff from districts across the state exhibited their innovative programs at the fair. The event offered an opportunity to observe and learn what public school districts in Ohio are doing to enhance learning and achievement in their schools. The Student Achievement Fair is sponsored by the OSBA Student Achievement Leadership Team, which is an integral part of OSBA’s focus


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11th Grade: Dyson Bowman Hayden Cantrell Ryan Casey Tanner Cognion Kendra Cornelius Alyssa Dickerson Devon Doyle Kallie Johnson Nicholas Roof Nathaniel Smith John Tarman Alex Taylor Julia Unger Mary Wiggins Natosha Woods

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Three Rivers Bluegrass Music. Three Rivers Bluegrass music performs on the 4th Saturday of each month at the Agents Realty and Auction Services Building. Admission is $5 per person and there is no charge for children 12 and under. Food and beverages will be served starting at 5 p.m. furnished by Relay for Life team Alana. The featured band performs each month from 7 – 9 p.m. and the acoustic jam follows from 9:15 – 11 p.m. The New Year’s Eve Party Jam will be Dec. 31 from 6 – 9:30 p.m. Please bring a covered dish. There will be a $5 cover at the door. classified hotline 622-4ads

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Announcements Free Giveaway. There will be a free giveaway at the Shepherd’s Christian Assembly at 311 Main Street in Coshocton on Friday, Dec. 2 from 10 a.m. – 6 p.m. and Saturday, Dec. 3 from 10 a.m. – Noon. Come and fill a bag of gently-used items including clothing, Christmas decorations, household items and some used toys. Toy Drive. Coshocton County Firefighter’s Toy Chest will be having Toy a Drive Saturday, Dec. 3 at Rent A Vision, located at 500 S. 2nd St, Coshocton from Noon – 2 p.m. and on Sunday, Dec. 4 at Dairy Queen located at 810 S. 2nd Street in Coshocton from 3 – 5 p.m. Drop off new toys and get your picture taken with Santa Claus and Sparky the Fire Dog! All toys will go to needy children in Coshocton Co. for Christmas. Informational Meeting. There will be an informational meeting for the Utica Shale oil and gas on Dec. 5 at 6:30 p.m. at the Frontier Power Meeting Room on South Second St. Coshocton. The meeting will be led by land organizer, Jim Millason and the speaker will be Dr. Bob Chase a Petroleum Engineer. This meeting is open to the public. For more information, call Marc Lacy at 502-3074.

may submit grant applications for consideration by the committee, which will meet on Jan. 5. Instructions for applying organizations and a grant application may be found at or by calling 622-0010. Completed applications may be sent to the Coshocton Foundation, P.O. Box 55, Coshocton, OH 43812, or brought to the Coshocton Foundation office at 220 S. Fourth St. Applications received after 4 p.m. on Dec. 27 will not be considered at this meeting. HEAP Applications Available. Applications are available at the Coshocton Senior Center for the Home Energy Assistance Program. HEAP is a federally funded program designed to help eligible Ohioans meet their winter heating costs. Assistance is available at the Center or for those unable to stop in, an inhome visit can be scheduled. Please call the Center at 622-4852 Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. to schedule an appointment.

Benefits Higher Hopes Auction. The Higher Hopes Therapeutic Riding Center will have their 10th annual auction on Dec. 10 at the River View High School. Doors open at 4 p.m. and the auction begins at 5 p.m. There will be toys, tools, tacks, travel packages, themed baskets, fruits and nuts, and much more. In addition, there will be a 50/50 drawing, a silent auction, cake auction, and a saddle will be given away at the end of the auction. All proceeds go to Higher Hopes. The auction is sponsored by the River View FFA. Auction services are provided by Jim Nelson. Call 824-4183 or go to for more information.

Church Events Revival. There will be a revival with evangelist Bazil Howard-Browne from Tampa, FL at the Set Free Community Church located at 117 S 6th Street in Coshocton on Nov. 26 – Dec. 4 at 7 p.m. each night and at 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. Sunday. Everyone is welcome. For more information, call 502-2931.

Deadline for grant applications. The deadline for grant applications for the next meeting of the Distribution Committee of the Coshocton Foundation is Tuesday, Dec. 27, at 4 p.m. Community organizations Hunter’s Soup and Sandwich Luncheon. The Plainwith a 501(c)(3) IRS non-profit designation and schools field United Methodist church will be serving lunch from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 29 through Saturday, Dec. 3. On the menu is soup (potato, chili, vegetable, and clam chowder), sandwiches (hot dog, sloppy Joe, and Coney), dessert and beverage.

Night in Bethlehem. Emmanuel Lutheran Church invites the Coshocton Community to their Night in Bethlehem event on Dec. 2 and 3 from 6 - 8 p.m. and Dec. 4 from 1 - 3 p.m. Visit their little biblical village, interact with the townsfolk and shop keepers in costume, see and feed the animals, and most importantly, appreciate again the true meaning of Christmas. Christmas program. The New Moscow United Methodist Church’s annual Christmas program for the

community will be Sunday, Dec. 4 at 7 p.m. Cookie and Candy Sale. The Isleta United Methodist Church’s annual Christmas cookie and candy sale will be Saturday, Dec. 10 from 8 a.m. – Noon in the church basement. There will be hundreds of sweets to choose from and you can make up your own assortment of yummies for only $5.50 per pound. Come early for the best selection. Call Bev Darr at (740) 4920606 for more information. Jacob’s Closet. The Warsaw United Methodist Church is announcing its winter hours for Jacob’s Closet. The Closet will be open Dec. 13 from 9 a.m. – Noon and from 5 – 8 p.m. Hours of operation for the next few months will be as follows: Jan. 26 from 9 a.m. – Noon and 5 – 8 p.m., Feb. 23 from 9 a.m. – Noon and 5 – 8 p.m. The month of March will begin weekly distributions. The church is located at 130 E. Church Street in Warsaw. The phone number is 8243228. Bus to pick up kids for church events. The Chili Crossroads Bible Church is using its new 33-passenger bus to pick up kids in Baltic every Wednesday night. The bus stops in the Baltic park at 6 p.m. and returns at 8:20 p.m. Children are brought to the church for exciting AWANA games and fun learning about God. Have a blast every Wednesday night from 6:30 – 8 p.m. at the Chili Crossroads Bible Church. The church is located at 29445 County Road 10 Fresno, OH 43824. Their Web site is www.chilibiblechurch. org. Call to sign up your child at 545-9707.

Clubs and Organizations Holiday Cookies. The holidays are right around the corner and the Pomerene Center for the Arts is searching for the best holiday cookie in Coshocton County. The 3rd annual holiday cookie contest will be judged by Cheez-Kake Bakery owner David Smith on Dec. 9 at 7 p.m. at the Pomerene Center, corner of 3rd and Mulberry Streets, Coshocton, Ohio. The event is open to the public. Call 622-0326 or email to register for the contest, reserve a table for the event and/or, order delicious boxes of a-little-taste-of-home cookies to send to your favorite ex-Coshoctonians. All proceeds benefit the Pomerene Center for the Arts. Complete information can be found at VFW Auxiliary Meeting. The VFW Auxiliary 1330 meets the first Monday of each month at the post located at 614 Walnut Street at 9 a.m.

School Events Coshocton Spirit Apparel. Coshocton High School Special Education Department is selling Coshocton spirit apparel now until Dec. 2. The items include t-shirts, hoodies, sweater jackets and a tote bag. The costs range from $10 to $32. All items are made of great quality material and would make awesome Christmas gifts. All money and orders are due Dec. 2 at Noon to Mrs. Shook at CHS. Orders will be in by Dec. 22 for Christmas. Thank you for your support. Contact with questions.

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Land Transfers Exempt from Conveyance Fees 11/22 Janet M. Giraud to Dolores M. Gerber Jack E. Lewis, deceased, to Patricia Fischer Lewis



Land Transfers: 11/17 John Padgett and Marlene Padgett to Jeannie C. and Steve Bourg; $50,000 Dolores M. Gerber to Reuben J. Graber and Laura A. Graber; $15,000 11/21 Michael D. Manning, Deborah A. Brown, Winona Jean Tyson, Marshal Manning Pitchford, Marlena Sue Stechschuite, and Sue E. Manning to Paul G. and Cathy M. Samuell; $125,900 The Home Loan Savings Bank to CGC Real Estate, LLC; $65,000 11/22 Allen R. Miller and Ruth D. Miller to Mark D. Hochstetler and Eva Hochstetler; $124,773


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Marriages: Eric S. Bickel of Coshocton to Jennifer Renee West of Coshocton Anthony Lee Croy of Radford, VA to Ma Teresa Yanez Rangel of Celaya, GTO, Mexico Jason Allen Davis of Dresden to Kimberly Kay Zigan of Dresden Randall Roland Wilkerson of Fresno to Barbara Ann Bowland of Fresno

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of Windsorwood Place, volunteers, staff members, and families of residents. Marla Myers, Activities Director, will also be making homemade cookies which will complete the care package. She also included a letter stating where the care packages were coming from and why they decided to send them. “We hope they are safe and we appreciate what they do for us,” she said. “We hope they come home safe and sound and our prayers are with them and their families.” Wilma Mikesell, who is a resident at Windsorwood Place, filled four out of the for our troops Residents of Windsorwood Place fill boxes to be twelve boxes that would be sent to troops overseas for the Christmas season on Tuesday, Nov. 22. sent overseas. Although she each box contained various items including candies and toilettes. The does not have any family boxes were sent out the end of November. BeaCoN PHoTo By BeTH members currently serving, SCoTT she said she appreciates the men and women overseas. Over the Thanksgiving holiday, Americans “They’re serving our country and this is the reflected on what they were must thankful for, one of which is our freedom. Our freedom least we can do to help them,” she said. Windsorwood Place sent their packages at as American citizens is all due to our serving men and women overseas, and to show their the end of November. appreciation, the residents at Windsorwood Place located at 255 Browns Lane in Coshocton, packed boxes full of treats to our soldiers fighting Dale Gress real estate for our freedoms overseas on Tuesday, Nov. 22. Items included candies, lip balm, toothpaste, Check out our new website that includes our auctions!! razors, mouthwash, blank Christmas cards, chips, deodorant, popcorn, and a copy of The Coshocton County Beacon and the Coshocton 316 West Main St., West Lafayette, OH 43845 Tribune. OFFICE PHONE: (740) 545-7158 All the items used were donated by residents

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Barrett Auction Sat., December 3 • 10am Location: 21260 TR 282 Coshocton, Ohio. From SR 36 at Roscoe Village proceed on SR 16 south for approximately 2 miles to CR 6. Turn west and travel ¾ mile to TR 282, ¼ mile to auction location.

Land Auction

NORTHERN COSHOCTON COUNTY Location: 38815 CR 19, Killbuck, Ohio 44637. From SR 62 near Killbuck take CR 53 3.8 miles then turn right on CR 19 2 miles to property.

Mon., December 12 • 4pm 20.8± Acre Parcel * Monroe Twp. * Coshocton County * Riverview Schools * Mineral Rights Transfer * Excellent Hunting & Recreational Tract

Backhoes-Dozer- Tractors & Equipment: Case 580K, 4x4 backhoe (5312hrs) – Case 580, B36 backhoe (6320hrs) - JD 450G dozer – JD 3020 diesel tractor – MF 35 tractor – 1994 Chevy model 2650 Kodiak single axle dump truck with CAT diesel (215,617 miles) - Woods brush hog – King Kutter box scraper w/ripper – 4ft & 5ft 3 point blades – Moritz fifth wheel 2 horse trailer – 1990 12t dovetail utility trailer – several utility trailers – wagon tongue –Wheel Horse Comando 800 mower - tractors & equipment will begin selling at 12 noon Tools: Lincoln AC/DC arc welder – steel work bench – vise on stand – B&D cut off saw – 5HP upright commercial air compressor, mod. 500B, 220V – Viking 60,00lb shop press – JR. sod cutter – Chicago 16 speed drill press – 12V DC winch – Pitbull hand winch - 8HP Briggs motor – 10” radial arm saw – Sawzall - 20 ton hyd. jack – Daytona body repair jack – 4 ton DK 400 body jack – Delta truck tool box – fuel tank w/pump – Fairbank/Morse ¾ HP jet pump – Hoosier pump – star pump – floor jack – tire changer – log chains – elec. motors – grease guns – chain hoist – block & tackle – 3 ton hoist – tap & die set – step ladder – V-belts – 2 man saws – tie downs – chain binder – stacking tool box – David White side level LP6-20A – Starrett No. 99 transit – Bostrom transit – Stewart clipper – sockets & ratchets include ¾ “ drive socket set – several air tools – wood clamps - large selection of hand, lawn & garden tools – gas & oil cans – misc. pcs of steel plate – weed eater – misc. nails, bolts & nuts – PVC pipe – scrap pile – misc. sandstone foundation block Pedal Tractors, Cars & Toys; 12 pedal toys include: AC 70/80, Murray, IH, MF, Power Trac, Deluxe, International, Swarthmore, Fire Chief, Scooter & 3 wheel car – Nylint jumbo Bulldozer – IH backhoe – Ertl 631E Cat. & Fordson tractor – Ford tractor – Tonka truck – Hubbley diecast car – ford 8N tractor – Goshen Dairy horse & wagon – misc. toys not listed – Popeye lunch box – 2 older tricycles – Columbus Dispatch child’s wagon – Radio Flyer wagon - 5 sleds Household & Misc.; Cider press – Copper kettle - Drop front desk –6 gun cabinet – 4 drawer file cabinet - pitcher pump – corn sheller – small chest freezer - porch swing – Master heater – 1948 School bus lic. Plates – apt. size refrigerator – several wood ad. Boxes – 2 large concrete horses – dog cage – Perma Power hand held speaker - misc. items not listed Note: We are disbursing the chattels of Susan Barrett and the late Tom Barrett (owner/operator of Barrett Excavating). This will be a large auction. We will be selling in two rings. Parking is limited, larger equipment may need to be picked up the following week. Visit our website for numerous pictures. Chattel Terms: Cash, good check, or credit card with proper ID; 3% buyers premium, waived with cash or check. SALE BY ORDER OF: Susan Barrett

KAUFMAN REALTY, INC. (888)852-4111 or (330) 852-4111 • DAVE KAUFMAN, AUCTIONEER TERRY STANFORD, AUCTIONEER • (330) 417-0004 or CURT YODER, AUCTIONEER • (330) 204-2447 or 0018_112311

20.8 ± all wooded acres with excellent hunting featuring a mixture of hardwoods, softwoods, and a sprinkling of pine trees. There is a natural spring on the property. There is electric available at the road. Property has frontage on two roads with a possible cabin site. Mineral rights transfer per lease agreement. Immediate hunting rights will be granted to buyer upon signing of the contract, receipt and deposit of the down payment. LEGAL: Land will be a split of parcel 026000000300, Monroe Township, Coshocton County. Land is currently in CAUV for tax purposes. Any recoupment will be buyer’s responsibility. TERMS: 10% nonrefundable down payment made day of auction, balance due at closing, no financing contingencies. Any required inspections must be completed prior to bidding. Acreage and frontage amounts are approximate and subject to final survey. Buyer to pay $500 toward survey costs. Subject to all articles of record. Announcements day of sale take precedence over all previous advertising and statements. All information contained herein derived from sources deemed reliable but not warranted. AUCTION BY ORDER OF: Dawn Dittoe

muscle menders names new manager

Muscle Menders renames all Organic Hair Salon to Phoenix Follicle and has a new manager, Laura Ellis. Ellis has joined the Muscle Menders Wellness Center team as a Managing Cosmetologist and has renamed the Organic Hair Salon to The Phoenix Follicle. She is a managing cosmetologist with eight years experience. She will be offering all hair salon services as well as manicures, pedicures, facials, ear piercings and waxing. Hours are Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. or by appointment. Walk-ins are welcome. Call for an appointment at 623-5859.

Butler Estate Auction Location: 137 Deetz Street Millersburg, Ohio. From S. Washington St take Deetz to location. Signs posted.

Thurs., December 8 • 2pm JD Dozer * MF Tractor * Tools *Collectibles * Household * Records * Books

KAUFMAN REALTY, INC. (888)852-4111 or (330) 852-4111 • DAVE KAUFMAN, BROKER/AUCTIONEER RANDY STARNER, REALTOR • (330) 473-9230 0017_112311

Mt. Hope Auction MT. HOPE OHIO

At the Mt Hope Auction 8076 SR 241 Mt Hope OH

DAIRY SALE & FARM EQUIPMENT AUCTION 170 Holstein Cows * JD Tractor * Skid Loader Manure Spreader * Manure Pump

Tuesday, December 6th

10:30 AM- EQUIPMENT, 11:00 AM- DAIRY COWS O FLO DAIRY - Complete Dispersal

170 Holstein Cows – 4.49F, 3.61P, 65# on Holsteins. These components were with his Jerseys, selling Holsteins only. Cows were on BST until October 10, 2011. 65# current milk production. Cows are in all stages of lactation. 50 dry cows. Some cows milking up to 170# of milk in the last test period. 51 cows over 100# of milk. 20 1st lac., 40 2nd lac. Complete flyer at ringside.


JD 6420 tractor, MFWD, cab, heat & air, auto quad, 4410 hrs, ser# 06420ok5090226, 2008 JD 325 skid steer 3077 hrs, ser# t00325a 170627, 2006 Bobcat S185 skid steer, 5620 hrs, ser# 525024170, 2009 Houle 3600 manure spreader ser# 1801-086702-663000, 2009 Houle 42’ manure pump, ser# caa2-0804493, New Idea 5209 discbine, Case IH 600 blower, Reel Rain manure reel, model# A2450-8 ser A36430, Honda motor GT 270. TERMS: Cash or good check.

Mt. Hope Auction KAUFMAN REALTY, INC. (888)852-4111 or (330) 852-4111 • DAVE KAUFMAN, AUCTIONEER • JR MILLER, AUCTIONEER For more information call Steve or Thurman Mullet • (330) 674-6188 WWW.MTHOPEAUCTION.COM 0014_113011

JD Dozer * MF& Farmall Tractors * Tools: JD 450 dozer, 6 way blade, runs good, rebuilt motor according to estate; Massey Ferguson 165 diesel tractor, 2,987 hours; Massey Ferguson gas tractor w/ loader, 1,898 hours; MF 135 gas tractor, Ser # 9AI2303; Farmall M tractor w/ steel wheels and side pulley: Int. 5 ft. 3 pt. brush hog; 2 bottom plow; 3 pt. plow; dial-o-matic ¾ horse air compressor; Dura Craft drill press; old power products, gas motor; Black & Decker band saw; Rockwell miter saw; power steamer; Lincoln Welder 225 amp.; elec. chain saw’s; leaf blowers; shop vac’s; work benches; wood and metal desks; step ladders; tile saw; electric lawn mowers; hyd. jack; squirrel fans; roll fence; 2 cycle oil; 36” Ridgid pipe wrench; heaters; wheel barrow; garden cart; open end wrench set; pile misc. lumber Household * Records * Books: boxes of books, incl.: Zane Grey; train; history; science and many others’ 1000’s of old records incl. Tex Ritter; Elvis and others; new double kitchen sink; meat grinders; hall tree; twin bed; cupboard; 8 wood chairs; buffet; chest of drawers; dresser; boxes of misc. household; Collectibles: Case XX knife sharpener; egg making powder cookie cutter; 2 Victrolas; Alum eye cups; Toledo parcel post scale; bottle capper; miners light; wash tubs; old bottles; JD oil can; Smurf lunch box w/ thermos; old cameras; old phone parts; Kero heater; pictures; gal. glass jugs CHATTEL TERMS: Cash or good check LUNCH STAND SALE BY THE ORDER OF: Don Butler Estate Garrett Roach, Atty Holmes County Probate Case # 11ES017

KAUFMAN REALTY, INC. (888)852-4111 or (330) 852-4111 • DAVE KAUFMAN, BROKER/AUCTIONEER JR. MILLER, AUCTIONEER/REALTOR • (330) 231-1914 or 0010_113011


REWARD: Lost slim digital camera (Pink) in a red and gray case. Last seen at Thomas’s Steakhouse or possibly Agents Realty on 11/11/11. This was our sons wedding day pictures. 740545-7325

Seasoned Firewood Cherry-Walnut-Oak and other woods. Cut/ Split/Delivered $75 each load. (Will cut to size and length). Great Gift Idea! or Build-up supply for next year! 740-5023657 740-294-0727

ATTENTION! REWARD! For information regarding glider taken from porch, and extension ladder from garage and other items from 400 block on North 9th Street. Also, rewards for green Paulon Shark saw and other items taken from garage on South 10th Street. For further info. Call 740-622-8889

FURNITURE Bunk Beds. Factory direct. 50% off retail. Custom made by local craftsman. 1-800-Bunkbed. 330893-0436 HAY First-second cut Orchard grass Timothy hay. Round or square bales. Round bales $20 and up. 740-8243621 PETS


Yorkshire Puppies. AKC, shots up to date, males $400 Kitchen and Bath up, females $500 up. Renovations. Insur740-545-6820 ance jobs welcome. Kitchen EnCounters. 740-294-9636

for details. “This in2BR apartment, ap- stitution is an equal pliances, all elec- opportunity provider, tric, garage, coin op. and employer.” The estate of Hugh laundry, no pets. 740Buyers Tag Sale of 502-7718 Fishing Lures, SaturHOMES day, December 3rd FOR RENT from 12-3 at 231 South 3rd St. Coshocton, OH. 614-915-1387 2-3 BR, 1st floor Small house for laundry, washer/dry- rent, $350/mo plus WANTED er included, off street $350 deposit, 2 bedparking. $475/mo. rooms and has yard. WANTED: Junk ve- plus deposit. For rent 740-610-3063 hicles, scrap metal, or possible land conappliances, batteries tract. Must have referHOMES and junk mowers. ences. 740-202-3175 FOR SALE Also one time clean up and removal of Coshocton and FOR SALE: House, rubbish. 740-545- N e w c o m e r s t o w n , barn and 12 1/2 5025 2 & 3 Bedroom. acres. This is a 3-4 7 4 0 - 4 9 8 - 5 8 9 3 bedroom, 2 bath Buying: Boy Scout ranch home with a 2 patches and memo- For Rent: Taking ap- car attached garage. rabilia one patch or plications, nice coun- Located in Keene entire collections. try home, free heat. Township on paved Call 740-623-0793 RW School. $700 roads, RV School leave message or mo. and deposit. 740- District. $162,500. email scoutpatcho- 545-0102. Referenc- Call 740-622-8701 es necessary HEAVY APARTMENTS Olde Hickory. NewEQUIPMENT FOR RENT ly built 3-4 bedroom homes for rent. Fully 450 C John Deere AREA RENTAL appliance kitchen, 2 Dozer, 6 way blade, I N F O R M A T I O N . car garage, w/d hook- $5,000 Or Best OfHouses and Apart- up, mini blinds and fer. 740-824-3096 ments. Rent or I’ll ceiling fan, handicap help you buy! Call accessible homes. 740-622-9791 today! Call 740-575-4366 SPORTING EQUIPMENT

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