The Coshocton County Beacon February 27, 2019 - Page 8

MARCH 3, 1989 With a surprise victory over the Big Reds from Bellaire, River View would be moving on to regionals. Although the event was soured following the outbreak of a brawl on the court, which had to be broken up by tournament offi cials school personnel, the basketball and football teams of host Muskingum High School, and two police offi cers. No one was seriously hurt, but the teams were split up for the awards ceremony. John Barker led the Black Bears in scoring with 25 points followed by 21 points by Chad Pew and Chris Yaw with 10. Warsaw stood 18-5 with Bellaire dropping to 14-4. River View advances to regionals for the fourth time in school history. FEBRUARY 27, 1999 SanCasT came to Coshocton in 1976. Manager Rus- sell S. Counts announced the company’s fi rst retire- ment. Jack Mowery joined the company during its fi rst year of operation in Coshocton. Mowery worked there just short of 23 years and the management called him a steady, reliable employee. A party was held on Jan. 29 for Mowery where he was gifted a plaque for his service. 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 8 THE BEACON WILLIAM ALBERT, INC. GENERAL EXCAVATING Sand, Gravel, Fill Dirt & Limestone Crane Service - Trucking Sewer - Water Lines brochures, business cards, fl yers, programs, calendars, post cards and mailers. Full service graphic design is available and can be used to create logos, artwork, vector fi les and cus- tomization on the “We have been hundreds of thou- working toward sands of promotion- al products Novelty this opportunity for off ers to businesses, some time, and it is organizations and non-profi ts large exciting to fi nally be and small. able to announce Novelty will con- tinue its 124-year that the Hour Glass commitment to Co- shocton County and Line will continue on.” has an open-door policy if anyone has - Greg Coff man any questions or President of NAC would like to meet our staff , see our dy- namic offi ce space or explore our advertising, marketing and print capa- bilities. Offi ces are located at 1148 Walnut Street and are open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. 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Fisher, CRPC® Managing Director - Investments FEBRUARY 25, 2009 408 Main Street was the location of Coshocton’s new party supply store. Stefani Udder opened the Party Package Too! at the Main Street location. A former employee at the soon-to-be closed Party Package, the new store boasted many of the same brands and lines the original store did. Recently approved for a business loan from the Port Authority, the business opened earlier this month. Executive Director of Port Authority, T. J. Justice said, “I’m pleased that our funds are being used in a way to support an entrepreneur who wants to preserve a long-standing business in Coshocton.” COSHOCTON - Th e Novelty Advertising Company, found- ed in 1895 and America’s Oldest Promotional Products Distributor, announced the expansion of their sign and banner products, development of additional digital print off erings, and the outsourcing of their off set printing. Th e company is partnering with another promotional products supplier to continue its long-held 100-plus year old Hour Glass Line of calendars. Greg Coff man, President of NAC, said, “We have been working toward this opportunity for some time, and it is exciting to fi nally be able to announce that the Hour Glass Line will continue on and we are moving in a more focused and sustainable direction to off er our cus- tomers locally and across the country more effi cient and aff ordable promotional products to market and grow their businesses.” Novelty will be off ering full color banners, adhesive vinyl, window perf, yard and metal signs to mention a few. Th e company will also focus on in-house com- mercial digital printing to include custom posters, 250 2nd St. N.W. 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Following their victory, the 8-11 Redskins advanced in the champion- ship, facing 17-1 Claymont next. The Novelty Advertising Company to expand services and focus production MARCH 3, 1969 Th e National Pork Producers Council Annual Con- vention was being held in Omaha, Nebraska this year, and a Coshocton girl was in the running to be named its queen. Th e Ohio Pork Queen, Phyllis Pew, would leave the next day to catch her fl ight in Columbus to make her way to Omaha. Pew, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Pew, would be traveling with quite the entourage. Mrs. Pew; the executive secretary of the Ohio Pork Council, Lewis Overturf of West Jeff erson; Ernest Roll Jr., president of the Ohio Pork Council and Marvin Beam, State Director of the Ohio Pork Council, would be travelling with her. Nineteen other entrants would be competing with Pew for the crown. 0010_050317 | MEMORIES FEBRUARY 27, 2019