The Coshocton County Beacon October 11, 2017

FREE! FREE! POSITIVELY COSHOCTON COUNTY! The Beacon Coshocton County’s locally-owned newspaper Oct. 11-17 2017 Volume 10 Number 24 w w w.coshoc tonbeacontoday.com Decorating Center Bookless crowned Showman of Showmen Fisher FALL CARPET SALE! 740-622-0372 By Mark Fortune mark@coshoctoncountybeacon.com Election Josie Sellers | Beacon Johnathan Woodward showed off his Reserve Grand Champion Market Turkey to bidders on Thursday evening, Oct. 5 at the junior fair Ask Atley sale of champions held in Hunter Arena at the Coshocton County Fairgrounds. For more on this Coshocton County Fair event, see page 17. SEE SHOWMAN ON PAGE 17 Darlene Kelly Guess Shrimplin 740.502.2920 740.502.6692 Paul Bratton Auctioneer 740.327.6331 Jessica Williams 740.502.6095 Robert Bennett 740.502.0487 Marc Lacy 740.502.3074 John Thomas 740.502.4342 BeLinda Lacy 740.294.8869 Debbie Myers 740.502.1589 Kim Williams 740.502.6618 Kyle Myers 740.502.2383 Real Estate Solutions for Today’s Buyers & Sellers Check out my column in the monthly Coshocton County Homes & More Real Estate Magazine! See pages 20-21 COSHOCTON - Ten youngsters com- peted for the Showman of Showmen title at the Coshocton County Fair on Wednesday evening, Oct. 4. Each of the 10 youth took their turn at showing hogs, llamas, horses, goats, sheep, small animals, poultry, fi elded questions about dogs, feeder calves and dairy. At the end of the evening and traipsing from Hunter Arena to the Junior Fair Barn then the dairy barn and back to Hunter Arena for the announcement of the winner, an en- thusiastic Emily Bookless, a 16 year old junior from Ridgewood and a member of the Kamelid Kushers, took home the title. Bookless has competed in the contest before and learned how to improve each year. She said, “Th is is my third year competing in the Showman of Showmen. I am very shocked about it - it is a lot of hard work going between all the breeds and trying to learn everything all in one day but I’m really excited. It’s a fun experience.” “Th e toughest animal to show was the sheep - just trying to brace it - I’m very little so it was kind of hard. Th e beef seemed the easiest to me (besides the llama which Emily shows). 160 Years Combined Experience • 740-622-3669 www.oldetownrealtyoh.com • 224 N. 4th St., Coshocton • www.coshoctonauctions.com