The Coshocton County Beacon September 10, 2020 - Page 14

14 • The Beacon September 10, 2020 2004 JD 450J with Forestry Package 3230 Shetler Rd. NW, Sugarcreek We have additional JD dozers with forestry packages available! MEM RIES Coshocton County 7880 Stony Point Rd. NW Sugarcreek, OH 44681 330-852-2600 It’s not what you got its what you give that measure the worth of the life you live. BF-00491863 WE PROVIDE ONSITE TIRE SERVICE & VEHICLE ALIGNMENTS & BRAKES Hours: Mon - Fri: 8-5; Sat. 8-Noon See us at BF-00489674 AUTO • FARM • TRUCK • TRAILER • ATV 330-893-0015 2394 CR 168 Dundee, OH Presby Environmental Inc. SEPTIC SYSTEM 10” Presby Systems IN STOCK! SUPPLY Only 2000 Original Hours Nice Machine! DELIVERY AVAILABLE Please call 330-852-0188 for availability and pricing or visit us at BF-00490521 Mon.-Fri. 6:00 am-5:00 pm Sat. 7:00 am-11:30 am We Deliver All Over Ohio SUNDAY, SEPT. 6, 1970 A boxing exhibition will be held at the fairgrounds Monday night. Sponsored by the Amateur Athletics Union and the Odd Fellows Lodge Post 42, it is the first boxing event held in Coshocton in quite some time. Darrel Evans, Wooster, and Larry Garver, Millersburg, will compete in the first bout of the 160 class. Ralph Akers, Wooster, will face Butch Zeigler, Orville, in the second bout of the 160 class. In the 147 class Don Fawcett, Uhrichsville, will face Jim Williams, Akron, in the third bout. The fourth bout will see Don Nickleson, Creston, and AL Coulter, Millersburg, fight in the 175 class. The fifth bout will return to the 160 class, and see Richard Ramsey, Alliance, face Joe Patterson, Millersburg. The feature fight of the night will be Mike Walters, Uhrichsville, and Larry Mason, Akron, face off in the 126 class. The final fight of the night will see the Coshocton County’s only representative, Jeff Chapman, face Joe Leggett of New Philly in the 135. SATURDAY, SEPT. 6, 1980 The lady Redskins tennis team took their first win Friday night against the visiting Newark. In singles Redskins Diane Hamilton and Dee Greenwood won their matches, and Jill Reardon and Kelley Smith won their doubles match. CHS’ other doubles team Lynn Siddle and Jackeye Conrad as well as singles player Rith Schmidley lost their matches. The final tally put CHS 3-2. TUESDAY, SEPT. 4, 1990 The fifth annual Miller Lite/Domino’s Pizza Coshocton County Golf Championship held at Hilltop was held and five people of 140 participants won titles. Tom Young was behind by three strokes at the start of the first round, but he turned it around with three birdies and finished five under par with a 139 total. Ron Tisko took the A-flight title with 149. Rich Bordenkircher finished first in the B-flight with 156. The C-flight went to Jason Champagne with 191. D-flight was claimed by Mark Miller who finished 175. SUNDAY, SEPT. 3, 2000 CHS’ volleyball team has won their first game of the season. Facing Meadowbrook in their third game of the season and second game in the league, the Lady ‘Skins came out on top 2-1. The Lady Colts won the first match but match two saw the CHS team secure a 15-7 win. The deciding game went to the Redskins with a narrow 14-12 win. SATURDAY, AUG. 25, 2010 Perry Chapel is celebrating its 150th anniversary. Founded in 1860, over the recent years the church has grown, and now serves a congregation which spans Coshocton, Knox, Licking and Franklin counties from its place in the western part of the county. The church offers a blended service, “I like the old hymns, but I also love the praise music. We do both. We have a great praise band- and a great kids program. It sounds like I’m bragging but we have lots of programs for kids. Our junior and senior high youth groups are both very active,” said Pastor David Fowls. Lifetime member of the church, Roy Mizer said “It’s kind of special for me. My granddaughter goes here now, and she is the seventh generation to attend here. My grandmother’s side of the family donated the ground that the original church sat on.” All information was obtained from microfilm of the Coshocton Tribune at the Coshocton County Library and from the archives of The Coshocton County Beacon.