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6 The Glenvme Democrat/ Pathfinder August 18, 1977 Heckert celebrates 70 years as Troy Odd Fellow A surprise 70th anniversary cake was presented to David Clay Heckert at his home near Troy Wednesday evening, August 10. The occasion marked Mr. Heckert's seventieth year as a member of the Troy Lodge of the Independent Order of Odd Fellows. According to Lodge Secretary Harold L. Scott, Mr. Heckert was the 215th member to join the Troy Fellowship on August 10, 1907. Mr. Heckert, who celebrated his 100 birthday May 27, recalled that he road horseback te attend lodge in his younger days.He said that his weekly trip amounted to 14 miles. He lived near Cex's Mills at the time. Among those present for the ceremony were: Nellie Nicholas, Noble Grand of Troy Rebekah Lodge 37; Beulah Scott, Secretary of the Rebekahs; Cotha Stalnaker. Rebekah Treasurer: Nellie Talbot, Mr. Heck- ert's daughter; Dorcas Scott; and Sherry Gregory. SEVENTIETH ANNIVERSARY--David Clay Heckert [center] is seen at a celebration commemorating his seventieth year as a member of the Odd Fellows. To his right is Harold Scott, Secretary of the Troy Odd Fellows. On the left is Nellie Nicholas, Noble Grand of the Troy Rebekah Lodge. Representing Troy I.O.O.F. Lodge 156 were: Harold L. Scott, Past Sovereign Grand Master of the World and Secretary of the local lodge; Orval Nicholas: and Ronald Gregory, Noble Grand. Note to high school students Any new people in the county who may be expecting to enter Gilmer County High School this fall, and who have not had an opportunity to prepare a schedule of classes, should stop by the Counselor's office at the school to discuss their status with Rosemary Williams, Counselor Miss Williams advises that she will be in the office and available for consultation on July 29, 30 and 31. ALSO. according to Principal William J. Piercy, a meeting will be held at the high school at 7 p.m. on July 24 for all girls intending to participate in the basketball program this year. Mr, Piercy says that it is very important that the girls bring their physical examination reports with them to the meeting. Sand Fork News iml,ml Owners must file Federal highway use tax return by Audrey Conrad Mrs. Sue Edwards and son. Jerry spent two weeks in Hawaii visiting her son and his wife. Bucky and Angle, who are stationed there until November. They also enjoyed plane rides and sight-seeing trips. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. I.W. Canfield were her daughter and son-in.-law, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Dummermuth and son. Also visiting were Rick and Shirley Tugate and Most owners of large trucks, truck-tractors, or buses in West Virginia must file a Federal highway use tax return. Form 2290. by August 31, according to the Internal Revenue Service. The tax generally applies to single unit trucks weighting 13,000 pounds or more, to truck-tractors weighting 5.500 pounds or more. to trucks of 9,000 or more pounds equipped for use in children, combinations, and te buses with a APPLIANCE REPAI Mrs. Lulu Waugh and Maxine taxable gross weight of more than visited her brother John Barker at 26.000 pounds. Repair of Ref.erators, Stoves, Air Conditioners,. Washers Webster Springs. Revenue from the highway use tax .u"ryers, Dishwashers, all makes. :Factory trained Annabell Cramlic and children program assists states in financing the have been visiting in Indiana, interstate highway system, but the tax kerwcemen. Work guaranteed.  Phone 354-7231 Maryland and Pennsylvania. is imposed on those vehicles using any ROBelE'S FURNITURE & APPLIANCE om.,s;,i Beverly Marks was visiting : public highways, city streets, state relatives in Dayton, Ohio the past roads and interstate roadways. week. The tax year for the highway use tax begins July 1 and runs through the Harold Marks was in Tulsa. following June 30. For vehicles placed IIDBiiIMigNillliliiliiBiBiBMiliBBIMBlimimll Oklahoma for twe weeks in schooling, in service after July, Form 2290 must Larry Conrad of Sand Fork is be filed with the Memphis Service ears STO,,, HOURS == setts, following the month a vehicle is used on a public highway for the first time. I " the IRS added. , Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday - 9 to 5 p.m. II Pie Form 2290 and further informa- Wednesday, Saturday-gtolp.m. : Bill& Reels._.00,ce tion on the proper filing ef the Federal highway use tax returns can be | Back To School Sale -- | s.,, J$ obtained from IRS Offices. A handy s T , - i Square Dance Every reference is the free IRS Publication 349, "Federal Highway Use Tax.' | low t_,olng on Saturday Night : r- Phone 462-7374 II I .., v..-. [ Authorized : Mus/c By On--f th-'" I k("l | CATALOG SALES MERCHANT Willard Montgomery g  ' OWNED AND OPERATED BY JANET DEAL : & aro Singleton InnilmgminlmlliItamialtmtlmatimiglintmH: When in doubt.. rent a , Safety Deposit Box. You can rest easier when your valuables are safe and protect- ed-even go fishin' more often. See us today! Kanawha Union Bank Glenville, W.V. llllfll..... .....  ...... . .... "This is the greatest govern- mental system in the world. Our press has helped to make it so. I am not here iust to but- ter up the press. I do not think it is perfect. But, it is the best press in the world and it is doing a fine job. It is an inte- gral part of our democracy." So said a frequent critic of the press, former President. Tru- man. r il, mi mll illl 1111  lm i ii1, lB. mm Ilml ml  ql. SHOULD YOU DRIVE TO ; I HARRiSVlLLE FOR YOUR I I NEW OR USED CAR I I OR TRUCK? I I On something as impolamt m I I purctmsing a new or und veNde, it I I just rnakee good sense to see the I I delder who sells in volume,  by | I being in a rural arm can sail for less. I I We Imve a group of onuyem ! I who try very hord to keep you hapPY I I I with yOur vehicle. I I 1 ROBINSON I j B/Y- OLDS JEEP ,,, I ;160g East Main .St. Harrisvllle, WV| I We'renot veryfar fromwhere you I I arel Parkersburg 422-1051 t | H arrisville 643-29? | mm  ast Imm  ,..  e, m ----   =ram atom  mm mmil D Mr. and Mrs. Burl S" celebrate 50th anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Burl Simmons The six children of Burl and Stella White Simmons are holding open house from 1 to 4 p.m. Sunday, August 21, at the home farm near Cox's Mills in celebration of their parents' 50th wedding anniversary. Relatives and friends are invited te join them during the afternoon. Stalls White, the daughter of Joe and Samantha Collins White, and Bud Simmons. son of Howard Carson Simmons, were Glenville August 22. 1927, Martin Hays. Their ,Glenna Moyers, Troy: Pe Ohio; Marvin, Wands Lou Hedges, Eddie, Cox's Mills; and Ritz, Ashland, Ohio. Keith and Berry to wed Mr. and Mrs. Jesse A. Keith of 'wedding will be observed Stouts Mills announce the forthcoming marriage ef their daughter Crystal Kay to Victor Herbert Berry. son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Berry of Heaters. The custom of an open church at 8 p.m. at the Pe River Street in Glenville. A reception will be home of the bride's the ceremony. All are invited te attend. It's the West Virginia State Fair for the best family ente .,., , . . Arts & Crafts FREE 8 Days of Horse Shows stand, Aug. 5 Days of Harness Racing Top High S( Big Name Stars Agricultural Junior Livestock Auction Cattle ShowS, 7 Hoxie's FREE CIRCUS Amusement, Aug, 20-22 9 days  West Virginia's Largest Lewisburg-Ro Agricultural Exhibit U. S. 21 August 20-27 ESTATE OF KATHRYN B. HOSKINS 654 LOCUST AVE., WESTON, W.V. SAT. AUG. 20 -- 9:30 a.m. ANTIQUES: Snowbird sleigh, round dining table beautiful rockers, other chairs, marble top dressers, beds, tables, cabinets, trucks, primitives, glassware, etc. MODERN HOUSEHOLD: washer, range,  bedroom suites, desks, servers, breakfast set,  furniture, office equipment, sewing machine, etc. Exceptionally good sale. EXECTRX: E['A RUTH WEIGL Auctioneer: Robert j. Butcher PLAN AHEAD earoil now For Oct, Class Graduate as a Professional Hairdresser G0vemmnt Grants, Student bans, or Terms Available "G. I. and Veteran Approval" "START YOUR CAREER TODAY" A NATiOHALLY ACIffDITF, D BEAUTY SCHOOL CLARKSBURG BEAUTY ACADEMY 339 W. Pike St. Clarksburg, W.Vo. Ph. Free information: Name Address City State Ph.