The Coshocton County Beacon March 6, 2019 - Page 9

| MEMORIES MARCH 9, 1969 Canton-area chain Your Pizza would be coming to Coshocton very soon. Expected to open late that week, the shop would be located in the Downtowner Plaza. As of now, the store had yet to select a manager. Your Pizza was founded 16 years ago in Canton and currently operated 10 stores throughout Ohio. Contributed | Beacon MARCH 9, 1979 Both Ridgewood and River View’s girl basketball teams would be advancing to districts following their wins. Newcomerstown fought the Black Bears and were crushed 70-40. Nancy Beatty led the game in scor- ing with 17 points, Tomi Mercer followed up with 13, Mary Rine scored 11 and Teri Croft scored 10. Th e Lady Generals had a much closer match against the Mus- tangs. Ridgewood was at a defi cit up until the last 0:05 seconds when Lisa Ulrich tied the game 51-51. Denise Slay widened the gap in overtime and Ulrich put the fi - nal nail in Claymont’s coffi n, and putting Ridgewood’s fi nal tally at 55, Ulrich’s jersey number. Ulrich led the Generals in scoring with 24 points, Slay followed up with 12 points and Jan McCleary with nine. A team of Mathletes® from Coshocton Junior High School recently captured second-place at the local Muskingum Valley Chapter MATHCOUNTS competition. The team included: Kennedy Kitt ell, Zane Bryant, Isaiah Blanchfi eld, and Sheldon Stott s. ZANESVILLE - A team of Mathletes® from Coshocton Junior High School recently captured second-place at the local Muskingum Valley Chapter MATHCOUNTS competition. Th e Coshocton team members included: Isaiah Blanch- fi eld, Zane Bryant, Kennedy Kittell, Sheldon Stotts, and Coach Diane Schlegel. Th e team from Rushville Middle School, Fairfi eld Local School District, won the competi- tion, and the top individual award went to Collin Mahler from the Rushville team. Hansel Holmes from Tri-Valley Middle School, Andrew Van Meter from Philo Junior High, Brendan Bernath from Bishop Fenwick School, and Alyssa Derry from East Muskingum Middle School will represent the chapter as individuals. Th e teams and individuals will now advance to the state competition in Columbus March 9. Th e top four individuals from the state competition will represent Ohio at the 2019 Raytheon MATHCOUNTS National Competition in Orlando, Fla., May 12-13. As a national math enrichment, coaching, and competi- tion program designed to improve math skills among U.S. students, MATHCOUNTS prepares students for future career opportunities and success. More than six million students across the U.S. have participated in MATH- COUNTS programs. MARCH 10, 1989 Th e Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum hosted a new art exhibit titled, “Creative Coalition: Clay and Can- vas.” Th e exhibit featured 25 paintings from Indiana University-Purdue University faculty member Mari- lyn Bock-Tobolski and 35 sculptures by Ohio Universi- ty Zanesville ceramics teacher, Mary Ellen Dwyer. Th e exhibit ran from March 11 through July 9. Charles (Chuck) Hoop MARCH 7, 1999 Justin Brierley, senior at Ridgewood, had fi nished runner-up in the OHSAA state wrestling meet in Division III’s 160 pound class. Finishing the meet 3-1, Brierly said, “I had a great season. I just wish it could have been one better.” MVESC hosts math competition Contributed | Beacon October 9 th , 1943 - March 5 th , 2014 In Loving Memory of Misty Jo Holder 3/6/62 - 11/12/82 Today recalls sad memories of a loved one laid to rest, those who still remember you are the ones who loved you best. You are not forgotten, on earth you are no more, in memory you are with us as you always were before. Days of sadness still haunt us, hidden tears still flow, we still don’t understand why we had to let you go. Mom - Connie, Sister - Debbie, Brother - Chris, Special Cousin - Lori and all who loved her MARCH 6, 2019 The moment that you left me, My heart split in two. One side filled with memories, The other side died with you. I often lay awake at night When the world is fast asleep, And take a walk down memory lane With tears upon my cheek. Remembering you is easy, I do it everyday: But missing you is a heartache That never goes away. I hold you tightly within my heart And there you will remain. You see life has gone on without you, But will never be the same. FEBRUARY 25, 2009 After nine months in business, Baby of Mine was changing locations. Th e baby and toddlers store would be moving to 435 North Whitewoman Street from its South Th ird Street location. Marcella “Mick- ey” Hammond, owner/operator of Rose Cottage Candles, opened the store to “be a real convenience to mothers and children interested in a healthier life- style, but who don’t want to have to travel to Colum- bus or Cleveland.” All information was obtained from microfi lm of the Coshocton Tribune at the Coshocton County Library and from the archives of Th e Coshocton County Beacon Sadly Missed by, Leona, Shelly, Debbie, Red, Kayla, and Lane Bug THE BEACON 9