The Coshocton County Beacon September 26, 2018 - Page 8

8 THE BEACON www . coshoctonbeacontoday . com SEPTEMBER 26 , 2018

| MEMORIES

SEPTEMBER 26 , 1958
A massive housing development project was underway in West Lafayette . Conducted by O ’ Neill Real Estate , the project sought to build the Indian Meadows Addition to the village . Using pre-fabricated houses built by National Home Builders , one of which was subject of an open house held earlier that day , they offered quality housing at affordable pricing . On the addition , Mayor Arthur Dickerson said , “ It ’ s a significant portent of the future for West Lafayette . A bright new era is opening , and our town is definitely on the move .”
SEPTEMBER 28 , 1968
A close 28-20 game won the Bears the third win of the season , and the Knights their fourth straight loss . In a non-league game , West Holmes played host to the Black Bears , but homecoming cheer couldn ’ t bolster their defenses . Tom Barcroft and Ron Bible led Warsaw ’ s charge against the Knights with a combined 144 yards . River View stood 3-1 so far that season .
SEPTEMBER 23 , 1978
CHS had ended a 16-game-long winning drought that had lasted since their last win on Oct . 22 , 1976 , 9-0 against Madison . The Redskins faced Ashland on Coshocton ’ s home turf and fought for their 14-8 victory .
SEPTEMBER 24 , 1988
Coshocton continued its 17-game-long streak as the Redskins football team scraped by 8-7 against Cambridge . Had it not been for the efforts of Eric Robinson and Scott Nelson , whose defensive actions were vital now more than ever , Stewart Field would have seen the streak end 4-0 this season . The Redskins would be facing West Holmes for Coshocton ’ s homecoming game .

Kent State Tusc . hosts second annual Latino Festival

NEW PHILADELPHIA - Kent State University at Tuscarawas , Latino Cultural Connections and the Committee for the Celebration of Hispanic Heritage will present the second annual Latino Festival on Sat ., Sept . 29 from 11 a . m . to 3 p . m . in Founders Hall at Kent State Tuscarawas . The festival celebrates the art , games , food and culture of Guatemala and other Latino nations . This family-friendly event is free for all .
The Latino Festival will feature mixed media artist and Guatemalan native Hector Castellanos ’ work with Alfombras de aserrin , sawdust carpets traditionally made at Easter time in Guatemala .
The carpets represent a strong tradition among Latino and Hispanic cultures but hold special significance for Guatemalans . Originally created to decorate the streets during religious processions , these artistic expressions continue to be a strong tradition among Mexicans and Central and South Americans . While their origin is religious in nature , Guatemalans have incorporated a lot of the Mayan culture depicting geometric figures and other symbols in the works of art .
This unique exhibit will bring a Guatemalan tradition to life in a way that allows attendees to help complete the sawdust carpets and share in the fun of creating art . The festival provides an opportunity to engage students , faculty and staff , families and the whole community in this unique tradition and in the rich Latino heritage .
Free lunch will be provided by Campesino ' s beginning at 11 a . m . The festival also features music , demonstrations , art projects , face painting and games for kids of all ages . The Guatemalan Independence Day Celebration and an awards ceremony to honor distinguished
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Students and community members around Northeastern Ohio worked together to complete sawdust carpets .
students in the area will begin at noon in the Founders Hall auditorium .
The Latino Festival began last year as a collaboration between Kent State Tuscarawas and Latino Cultural Connections to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month and the Latino community in Tuscarawas County . Latino Cultural Connections is a local nonprofit advocacy group that offers after-school tutoring , cultural awareness , mentor groups , social outings and community meetings to help individuals reach their full potential as they strive for a higher quality of life .
Volunteers are needed to help beginning at 10 a . m . on the day of the festival . Anyone wishing to help set up the sawdust carpets should e-mail cbronkar @ kent . edu or call 330-308-7456 .
Kent State Tuscarawas is located at 330 University Drive N . E . in New Philadelphia .
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90 th BIRTHDAY

All information was obtained from microfilm of the Coshocton Tribune at the Coshocton County Library . on her 64th birthday Sept . 21 , 1954 – Sept . 5 , 2013
Sadly missed by her loving husband Michael , her son Corey , and Cara , and Tyler , and grandson Cameron , Rick & Shirley Glazer , Don & Sue Ethell , Tara & Kay Mounts and her late father Roger Glazer , Sr ., stepfather Burel Cullison
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Paul Gonter

The family of Paul Gonter invites you to join us in celebrating Paul turning 90 on October 7 th .
New Canal Lewisville Firestation 24199 C . R . 621 , 1-4PM
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|  MEMORIES SEPTEMBER 26, 1958 A massive housing development project was under- way in West Lafayette. Conducted by O’Neill Real Es- tate, the project sought to build the Indian Meadows Addition to the village. Using pre-fabricated houses built by National Home Builders, one of which was subject of an open house held earlier that day, they off ered quality housing at aff ordable pricing. On the addition, Mayor Arthur Dickerson said, “It’s a signifi - cant portent of the future for West Lafayette. A bright new era is opening, and our town is defi nitely on the move.” SEPTEMBER 28, 1968 A close 28-20 game won the Bears the third win of the season, and the Knights their fourth straight loss. In a non-league game, West Holmes played host to the Black Bears, but homecoming cheer couldn’t bolster their defenses. Tom Barcroft and Ron Bible led War- saw’s charge against the Knights with a combined 144 yards. River View stood 3-1 so far that season. SEPTEMBER 23, 1978 CHS had ended a 16-game-long winning drought that had lasted since their last win on Oct. 22, 1976, 9-0 against Madison. Th e Redskins faced Ashland on Coshocton’s home turf and fought for their 14-8 victory. SEPTEMBER 24, 1988 Coshocton continued its 17-game-long streak as the Redskins football team scraped by 8-7 against Cam- bridge. Had it not been for the eff orts of Eric Robinson and Scott Nelson, whose defensive actions were vital now more than ever, Stewart Field would have seen the streak end 4-0 this season. Th e Re G62vV@&Rf6rvW7BW2f"667F( 2V6֖pvRwwr667F&V6FF6Х4UDT$U"#b#VB7FFRGW627G26V6BVFfW7FfUrDTVB7FFRVfW'6GBGW66&Чv2F7VGW&6V7F2BFR6֗GFVPf"FR6VV'&Fb72W&FvRv&W6V@FR6V6BVFfW7Ff6B6WB#g&УF2fVFW'2BVB7FFRGW66"Цv2FRfW7Ff6VV'&FW2FR'BvW2fB@7VGW&RbwVFVBFW"FF2F0f֖ǒg&VFǒWfVB2g&VRf"FRFfW7FfvfVGW&R֗VBVF'F7@BwVFVFfRV7F"67FV>( v&vFf'&2FR6W'&6vGW7B6'WG2G&FFǐFRBV7FW"FRwVFVFR6'WG2&W&W6VB7G&rG&FFrFB727VGW&W2'WBB7V66vf66Rf wVFV2&vǒ7&VFVBFFV6&FRFR7G&VWG0GW&r&VƖvW2&6W762FW6R'F7F2W&W7606FVRF&R7G&rG&FFrW62@6VG&B6WFW&62vRFV"&v0&VƖvW2GW&RwVFV2fR6'&FVBBbFR7VGW&RFW7FrvVWG&2fwW&W2@FW"7&2FRv&2b'BF2VVRW&Bv'&rwVFVG&FFFƖfRvFBw2GFVFVW2FV6WFPFR6vGW7B6'WG2B6&RFRgVb7&VFr'BFRfW7Ff&fFW2'GVGFVvvR7GVFVG2f7VGB7Ffbf֖ƖW2BFRvR6VGF2VVRG&FFBFR&6FW&FvRg&VRV6v&R&fFVB'6W6w2&VvЦrBFRfW7Ff6fVGW&W2W62FVЧ7G&F2'B&V7G2f6RFrBvW2f"G0bvW2FRwVFVFWVFV6RF6VV'&ЧFBv&G26W&VF"F7FwV6V@&VBF6W'fRFRVR`667FB7W'&VFp6VFW266Rb7V6Ɨr7W7FFW6vWF6rB6'frbfRV&0w&FR( "&&R( "'&R( "W6WV06VWFW'WGFW&rb6Vp3"6VWFW'G&fR( "667F( "sCc#"S30wwr֖ƖvV&26( "Râ֖ƖV6fW"W@frV'5SC`DR$T46G&'WFVB&V67GVFVG2B6VGV&W'2&VB'FЦV7FW&v&VBFvWFW"F6WFR6vGW7@6'WG27GVFVG2FR&Vv&VvBFRfVFW'0VFF&VFRFfW7Ff&Vv7BV"26&&F&WGvVVVB7FFRGW66&v2BF7VGW&6V7F2F6VV'&FR72W&FvRF@FRF6VGGW66&v26VGF7VGW&6V7F226&fBGf67w&WFBfbW'2gFW"66GWF&r7VGW&v&RЦW72VF"w&W266WFw2B6VGVWFw2FVFfGV2&V6FV"gVFVF0FW7G&fRf"vW"VƗGbƖfRfVFVW'2&RVVFVBFV&VvrBFRFbFRfW7FfRv6rFV6WBWFP6vGW7B6'WG26VBR6'&$VBVGR 6333sCSbशVB7FFRGW66&v226FVBB33VfW'6GG&fRRWrFV6G&'WFVB&V6࣓F$%DDbF6֗Ff&Fv2'FVBg&֖7&fbFP667FG&'VRBFR667F6VGƖ'&'W"cGF&'FF6WB#SB( 26WBR#06Fǒ֗76VB'W"frW6&@֖6VW"66&WB6&@GW"Bw&G66W&&6`6&WvW"Fb7VRWFVF&bVG2BW"FRfFW"&vW vW"7"7FWfFW"'W&V7VƗ6su#cVvFW FRf֖ǒbVvFW"fFW0RFW26VV'&FrVGW&r7F&W"rFWr6Wv7fRf&W7FF#C2"c#E