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was term on the the National ~Ouncil during ]unior Polled and Forum July He represents in West Virginia. Maryland. Virginia and South Carolina. A graduate of Gilmer County High School. Dan was an FFA member fo~ four years and was named Star Chapter Farmer. He was an eight-year 4-H member, serving as president, treasurer and game leader. Dan's currently, a director of the West Virginia Junior Polled Hereford Assn. The junior council, organized a year ago. is composed of state junior Polled Hereford associations throughout the United States, with the 12-member board of directors elected regionally. Its purpose is to encourage youth Tax benefits for area senior citizens The Commission on Aging and the State Tax Department urge all senior citizens to take advantage of the two tax benefits available under the State Homestead Relief Act and the Homestead Exemption Act. Homestead Exemption exempts the first $5,000 of the assessed value of a senior citizen's class II residential property from real property taxation. To qualify for this. one must be 65 or older. It is necessary that he go to the activities, develop leadership and assessor's office each year to file for scholarship activities and promote the exemption. The deadline for filing future careers in the industry through this year is October 1. combined efforts of the state "~ "~ , ~ ..... ~ Homestead relief enables a person 65 or older on December 31, 1974, with associations. Activities sponsored Mossie Taggart durin~ its first year were the computer less than $5,000 annual income, to file cow game and the first national junior Edgar. was assistant cashier here at a claim with the state for a refund of a that time. portion of rent or real property tax he Polled Hereford showmanship contest. Mrs. Taggart, a native of Cabell paid in 1974. The deadline for filing County, graduated from Glenville State this claim is September 1, 1975, Mossie TaHart retires College in 1931 but Gould not find Forms are available at the teaching positions in Gilmer because assessor's office. After 38 years and eight months of "they weren't hiring married teachers service, Mossie B. Taggart has retired then.'" from Kanawha Union Bank. She was Edgar left the bank in 1942 to join HnwaJian lean at North assistant cashier. Commonwealth Gas CorD. in Charles-Bend State Park Mrs. Taggart joined the bank on ton as a land agent. He retired in 1965. November 1, 1936 after seven years A dinner was given in Mrs. An authentic luau-the traditional teaching elementary school in Lewis Taggart's honor on June 26 at the feast of Hawaii--complete with and Kanawha counties. Her husband, Glenville State College Ballroom. Hawaiian singers, dancers, and music, August 7, 1975 will be underway at North Bend State Park. Saturay August 9. between the horus of 2 p.m, and 11 p.m. One of the many attractions is the Kulua pig. roasted Hawaiian style in an underground oven called an imu, lined with hot stones and banana leaves. The main Hawaiian meal includes pupu platters, chicken Guy Ding, Tim Shin Yokk, Manoa, Polynesian ribs, and many more island treats. The overflow and River Run Campgrounds will be closed to those not holding "'Luau" tickets for the dates of August 8 and 9. The swimming noel will be closed on August 9. The (,h~nvilh: Democrat/Pathfinder 7 SAVE GAS JIM WEGMANN, INC. Your Authorized Volkswagen Dealer 1710 14th St Parkersburg, W. Va. 485-5451 ALL FIRST QUALITY I :i:;s :mall., mediu?, i:rge and. extra large. $8,50 each. ! S:7:L: Lad?s~d_oub.l_e-:::t slacks. $3. a pair. Sizes 8tO 18. I _Mff.SSE_S.TIE~DYED T-SHIRT~, sizes small, medium and large. ,3.98 each. I FALL PA.~ng' ,16.9B a set. '! i (broiler) FULL BACKS J[ GIBLETS @ ~O k, BLADE CUT lb. WHOLE LEGS DRUM STICKS OR THIGHS lb. ~O , BONELESS I ~bQ lb. RED SKIN 1 ib pkg. No Change BONELESS lb. ! ,! SLICED lb,., 0( /bs. CAPTAIN KIDD @ ~O 4 VAUlA_ PON Pioneer Grocery August 6 thru 9 STAR KIST LEAF TEA _m. 48 el. m m m mm m m m m m m m mm m ml I l mmm' ez. JOAN Of ARC VAUlABLE COUPON ...Oil FROZEN r4)ol)$1 l l l l l m l l m m m I,m m Pioneer ~ery August 6 thru 9 HOUSE COFFEE 1 |bo aU grinds m l sausage, or cheese 13~ oz. 12 oz. con @ I lb. pkg. for @ OZ. ~bo OZ. 12 oz. pkg. 4lb. 9 a.m.-9 p.m. EAST MAIN ST. GLENVILLE