The Coshocton County Beacon October 17, 2018 - Page 36

36 THE BEACON www.coshoctonbeacontoday.com OCTOBER 17, 2018 ABSOLUTE POWERS REAL ESTATE & CHATTEL AUCTION SPRING MOUNTAIN Location: 38520 County Road 33 Warsaw Ohio 43844 GPS Coordinates: 40.406133,-82.040268 Directions: From Warsaw take CR 22 to right onto CR 33 to location. From US 62 in Stillwell take CR 27 to left on CR 132 to right on CR 33 through Spring Mountain to location on left. th Thursday, October 18 , 2018 • 10:00AM Cape Cod Log Cabin * Pole Building * 66+ Acres * 4 Parcels * Coshocton County * Monroe Twp. * RiverView LSD * ATV * Zero-Turn Mower * Antiques * Mounts * Tools * Household Kaufman Realty and Auctions, LLC KAUFMAN REALTY & AUCTIONS 866.782.8172 or www.kaufmanauction.sale Tim Miller, Realtor/ Auctioneer 740.502.6786 or tim@kaufmanrealty.com Josie Sellers | Beacon Jeremy Timmons, far right, played music for children at Hopewell School. Hopewell kids get music lesson By Josie Sellers josie@coshoctoncountybeacon.com COSHOCTON – Jeremy Timmons brought mu- sic alive for students at Hopewell School. “Every month a diff erent classroom is in charge of music and I wanted to bring someone in from the community,” said Amanda Hittle, one of the preschool teachers at the school. “Jeremy is an uncle to one of my students and he volunteered to come in. Th e students are excited for him to be here.” Her class was the fi rst to arrive in the school gym on Oct. 10, and the students could hardly wait for Timmons to start playing. “I’m excited to hear music,” said Teagan Larrick. LLC Timmons discussed diff erence in vio- lins and violas and showed them diff erent sizes of his instruments. He then played several songs before inviting the students to come up and dance. “I like music,” said Allie Potts, who also is in Hittle’s class. “It’s fun to listen to.” Here classmate Lucas Croft agreed. “I like listening to music,” he said. Th e students also got to play some of their own instruments with Timmons and had the school gym rocking with music. “I think it’s important they get to see instruments and have this experience,” Hittle said. “Th ey can learn a lot from mu- sic and need to know it doesn’t just come from a computer or iPad.” IF YOU THINK LAND, MARC LACY’S YOUR MAN! MLS#4044297 Visit our website at: coshoctonbeacontoday.com UPDATED THROUGHOUT THE DAY Remodeled 3 bed. country home on 11 ac. 2 car garage, fenced pasture, barn with 3 stalls, tack room and spring water source. $209,000 Located in the land of breathtaking views, this property is truly the outdoor enthusiast’s dream property. The land is gently rolling with the proper mix of wooded and open tillable ground to adequately provide food, cover and water supply for a healthy deer herd and turkey fl ock. The Cape Cod Log Cabin, built in 2005, offers an open living concept with the loft overlooking the living room area and hardwood fl oors throughout. The main fl oor features a kitchen with the cabinets made from reclaimed lumber, dining and living area, master suite, laundry room and all seasons room. The second fl oor has 2 bedrooms, bath and loft area. The walkout basement is unfi nished with a small workshop area. Outbuildings include a 32’x56’ metal pole building and a two story garage that has a partially fi nished living quarters. The property is serviced with water well, septic, propane forced air furnace, central air and a Guardian backup generator. Real Estate sells at 12:00 noon. Parcel 1: 16.978 Acres w/ Log Cabin & Pole Building. Mostly Open. 773’ Frontage on CR 33 Parcel 2: 29.1 Acres. Open and Wooded. 1,019’ Frontage on CR 33 Parcel 3: 11 Acres. Open and Wooded. 380’ Frontage on CR 33 Parcel 4: 9 Acres w/ Garage. Open & Wooded. 511’ Frontage on CR 33 and 765’ Frontage on CR 19. Legal: Coshocton County Parcel 0260000001700 in Monroe Township and River View Local Schools. Taxes: Taxes are $983.77 per half year and is currently in CAUV. Real Estate Terms: 10% nonrefundable down payment made day of auction, balance due at closing. No fi nancing contingencies. Any required inspections must be completed prior to bidding. Acreage and frontage amounts are approximate and are subject to fi nal survey. Buyer is responsible for any recoupment. All information contained herein is derived from sources deemed reliable but not warranted. Annoucements on the day of sale take precedence over all previous advertising and statements. ATV- Mowers – Recreational: Artic Cat 500 ATV w/winch 886 miles; 1942 Willy’s Jeep frame & rolling chassis; 1969 boat (no title); Bad Boy zero-turn mower 60” deck 152 hrs; Cub Cadet riding mower 54”deck; Craftsman LT1500 tractor; log splitter 28 ton; 16’ dual axle trailer; garden trailer; aluminum ramps; compound & recurve bows; reloading equipment; fl y fi shing tackle; fi shing creel; Mounts – Decoys: Black Bear mount; elk skull mount; turkey mount; moose antlers; deer antlers; Longhorn horns; Hall duck decoy; Ron Koch black duck decoy; canvas goose decoy; carved wooden duck decys; Antiques: Grinding wheel on stand; Bodine crock bowl Pat.1880; Bodine crock w/wire handle; Ros- eville crock w/deer; Bohemian crockpot w/lid; Pure Food cooking pottery w/lid; Robinson Bowl Akron Ohio; cranberry scoop; hand corn huskers; wooden buckets; wood duck pull toy; mini butter molds; apple butter stirrer; Hen Egg Co. 1 doz. Carrier; coffee grinder; sleigh bells; wooden fork; spice grinders; barrel butter churn; Holland oiler; round wooden box w/lid and wire handle; wooden dough bowl; Dietz lanterns; copper boiler; draw knife; beam augers; gr. Painted tool box; primitive boxes; oil lamp; shot pouch; wood pig; walking sticks; Collectibles: 6’ carved bear ash wood; milk bottles Akron; lots of crocks; 8gal. Crock; 5gal. Crock with lid & spout; wooden wash tub; lots of porcelain dolls; old bead purses; cast iron banks ( goose, pig, camel, bear, chicken, turkey); safari helmet; coffee shop tin; wood utensils; coal bucket; old windows; serger sewing machine; sewing supplies; Furniture – Appliances: antique lumber cart coffee table; brown leather sofa, love seat, chair w/ ottoman; sofa table; corner cabinet; end table; old farmer’s table w/2 drawers; 6 old wood chairs; wooden; wooden rockers; primitive stepbackchina cabinet; chest of drawers; wicker chairs; Dancing bear picture; primitive 1 drawer stand; oval mirror; pie cabinet w/ tin in doors; old red painted cabinet; green painted cabinet; hired hand bed & dresser; cedar chest; green trunk; green cabinet; small china cabinet; cast iron bed; chaise lounge chair; double lighted lamp w/prizms; 2 drawer stand; king size log bed; barrel table and chairs; Frigidaire weedeaterstainless steel side by side fridge; Frigid- aire glass top stove; Samsung washer and dryer; gas grill; meat grider; dehydrator; canning jars; pots & pans; dishes; kitchenware; tanning bed Tools: Stihl MS 290 Farmboss chainsaw; Stihl weedearter; Makita 15’ saw; Makita miter saw; Crafts- man chest; Milwaukee tools; Rotozip tools; hand tools; post driver; 24’ aluminum plank; aluminum extension ladders; snow fence; barb wire; picket fence; live trap; cedar 2x4s; lattice; misc. lumber; Chattel Terms: Cash, credit card or good check. 3% buyer’s premium waived if paid with cash or check. Sale by Order of: Jeffrey D. Powers Sr., Derek W. Powers, POA Marc Lacy 218 Cambridge Rd., Coshocton BeLinda Lacy Cell: 740-294-8869 Cell: 740-502-3074 0051_101718 The Beacon “ Po s i t i ve l y Co s h o c t o n Co u n t y ”