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8 THE BEACON www . coshoctonbeacontoday . com AUGUST 30 , 2017

| MEMORIES

AUGUST 29 , 1957
Superintendent Roy McKinley announced that Muskingum College was considering Coshocton to be the location of one of its branches . If an agreement can be reached , night classes would begin this fall in Central High School .
AUGUST 27 , 1967
Near Wills Creek lies Camp Mu Mac , and today it was says goodbye to its visitors . One hundred sixty-one Girl Scouts were welcomed to the campground . For two weeks the scouts participated in a wide array of activities such as canoeing , hiking and even a mini-circus .

Benefit planned for Michaela Elson

COSHOCTON – A benefit raffle , bake sale and Lula Roe sale for Michaela Elson will be held from 1 to 3 p . m . Sunday , Sept . 10 , at Coshocton Christian Tabernacle .
Elson is a 23-year-old River View High School graduate who is currently employed by the New Philadelphia School District as a second grade teacher . In the spring she was diagnosed with a Ewing ’ s Sarcoma , and recently the cancer had grown so much that she had to have her leg amputated . Funds are being raised to help cover the cost of travel expenses to the Cleveland Clinic , where her medical team is , as well as the cost she will have in a prosthetic and numerous medical bills .
Current raffle items include : Salon basket donated by Jillian ’ s Salon and Spa ; generator donated by Philip A .
Wagner Inc .; fire extinguisher set donated by Philip A . Wagner Inc .; OSU tickets and bag of OSU items donated by Interim Health Care of Coshocton ; Vera Bradley bag and goodies donated by Canal Cargo ; automotive bucket – car wash items and a free oil change donated by G & M Automotive ; basket of Avon products and Vera Bradley donated by Twin Pines / Coshocton Antique Mall ; Amazing Grace Sign ; and items donated by Scheetz Marketing .
Tickets for the raffle can be purchased in advance at Philip Wagner Inc . on Sixth Street , Scheetz Marketing on St . Rt . 36 , from Liz McMorrow at 740-610-6708 , or Erin Alverson at 740-502-6712 .
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AUGUST 28 , 1977
Purchased with funds raised by the Class of 1982 as their class project , a stone marker had been erected . Mayor Grier was there for the unveiling of the monument commemorating the Porteus Mound , a ceremonial site built by either the Adena or Hopewell sometime between 800 BC and 500 AD .
AUGUST 28 , 1987
Grace United Methodist Church would be welcoming one of Coshocton ’ s brave sons that weekend . Sunday morning , Rear Admiral Donald L . Sturtz , son of the late Walter and Helen Sturtz , would be speaking before the congregation . Graduate of the CHS class of 1951 , he graduated from the Naval Academy in ‘ 55 and the University of Pennsylvania Medical School in 1965 . He was married to fellow Coshoctonite Alice McGuire Sturtz .

First Baptist Church float earns first place

Ants the size of kittens rode on the First Baptist Church float for the West Lafayette Homecoming Parade . Children blowing bubbles , opossums hanging from the tree
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and adults enjoying a picnic found them receiving first place in the senior division with Picnic in the Park With God ’ s Creation as their theme .
All information was obtained from microfilm of the Coshocton Tribune at the Coshocton County Library .
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8 THE BEACON www.coshoctonbeacontoday.com |  MEMORIES AUGUST 29, 1957 Superintendent Roy McKinley announced that Muskingum College was considering Coshocton to be the location of one of its branches. If an agreement can be reached, night classes would begin this fall in Central High School. AUGUST 27, 1967 Near Wills Creek lies Camp Mu Mac, and today it was says goodbye to its visitors. One hundred sixty-one Girl Scouts were welcomed to the campground. For two weeks the scouts participated in a wide array of activities such as canoeing, hiking and even a mini-circus. AUGUST 30, 2017 Benefi t planned for Michaela Elson COSHOCTON – A benefi t raffl e, bake sale and Lula Roe sale for Michaela Elson will be held from 1 to 3 p.m. Sun- day, Sept. 10, at Coshocton Christian Tabernacle. Elson is a 23-year-old River View High School gradu- ate who is currently employed by the New Philadelphia School District as a second grade teacher. In the spring she was diagnosed with a Ewing’s Sarcoma, and re- cently the cancer had grown so much that she had to have her leg amputated. Funds are being raised to help cover the cost of travel expenses to the Cleveland Clinic, where her medical team is, as well as the cost she will have in a prosthetic and numerous medical bills. Current raffl e items include: Salon basket donated by Jillian’s Salon and Spa; generator donated by Philip A. Wagner Inc.; fi re extinguisher set donated by Philip A. Wagner Inc.; OSU tickets and bag of OSU items donat- ed by Interim Health Care of Coshocton; Vera Bradley bag and goodies donated by Canal Cargo; automotive bucket – car wash items and a free oil change donat- ed by G&M Automotive; basket of Avon products and Vera Bradley donated by Twin Pines/Coshocton An- tique Mall; Amazing Grace Sign; and items donated by Scheetz Marketing. Tickets for the raffl e can be purchased in advance at Philip Wagner Inc. on Sixth Street , Scheetz Marketing on St. Rt. 36, from Liz McMorrow at 740-610-6708, or Erin Alverson at 740-502-6712. Contributed | Beacon AUGUST 28, 1977 Purchased with funds raised by the Class of 1982 as their class project, a stone marker had been erected. Mayor Grier was there for the unveiling of the monu- ment commemorating the Porteus Mound, a ceremo- nial site built by either the Adena or Hopewell some- time between 800 BC and 500 AD. AUGUST 28, 1987 Contributed | Beacon First Baptist Church fl oat earns fi rst place C ustom E mbroidEry & V inyl G raphiCs • Mirror Etching • Signs and Banners • Window & Vehicle Lettering 740-622-6528 All information was obtained from microfi lm of the Coshocton Tribune at the Coshocton County Library. • Glass Etching • Screen Print & Heat Press • In-House Digitizing Monday - Friday 9am - 5pm 1020 R Cedar St. - Coshocton Ohio and adults enjoying a picnic found them receiving fi rst place in the senior division with Picnic in the Park With God’s Creation as their theme. ier Computer s o M Serving Coshocton and Surrounding Counties Since 1992 Fall Yellow Flag Garage Sales Village of West Lafayette and the surrounding area Friday, September 1st Saturday, September 2nd Questions call Debbie @ 740-545-9298 Sponsored by the W.L. Chamber of Commerce • NEW • USED • REPAIR Ants the size of kitt ens rode on the First Baptist Church fl oat for the West Lafayett e Homecoming Parade. Chil- dren blowing bu &&W277V2vrg&FRG&VPw&6RVFVBWFF7B6W&6vVB&RvV6֖pRb667F( 2'&fR62FBvVVVB7VЦF&r&V"F֗&FB7GW'G6`FRFRvFW"BVV7GW'GvVB&R7Vp&Vf&RFR6w&VvFw&GVFRbFR42670bSRw&GVFVBg&FRf6FVג( SPBFRVfW'6GbV7fVF666cRRv2'&VBFfVr667FFRƖ6P4wV&R7GW'G3#6WFgF7G&VWB667FsCc#"cC( "sCS"sC26V&V֖FW"FBFRGfW'F6pFVFƖRf"FR6WBgF77VR0vVFW6FVr3FBU676fVBFVFƖR2Vr37BBUХFR&V6ff6Rv&R66V@6WBGF'6W'f6Pb&"FFR&V6rrr662F&V6FF6У3#3