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1) Henry Stewart on on Light Foot on Gotdie. Greenlief on on Double on Scamp, Janet Della Goodrich on on Sunny on Mr. Ed, Double Dare, Todd Craig Duckworth Janet Isenhart on Rutherford on on Prince. on Poco David Stevens on Double on Dazzle. Stewart on Sunny Cocky, Todd Junior Pullman on Lady. Goodrich on on Rebel, Della Fisher on Rowdy, Kim Grose on Raja, Scamp, Jackie Crook on Poco Bill-D-Bar. Duckworth on on Smokey, Misty, Myra Duckworth on Mister Ed, Janet Miller on Smokey. Tennessee Walker- Shelia Minney on Silver Sunshine, 1st; Leonard Hardway on Magic Sundust D. Charles Rutherford-on Charlle. Pick-up - Todd Duckworth on Double Dare, 1st; Todd Duckworth on Goldie, Junior Pullman on Conk. Egg and Spoon - Dean Miller on Looks-Nicky Jet, 1st; Lloyd Crook on Little King, Kim Grose on Raja, John Isenhart on Smokey and George Jones on Scamp. Dash for Cash - Steve Duckworth on Mr. Ed, 1st; Myra Duckworth on Gotdie, Lloyd Crook on Light Foot Lizzie. Oldest Riders - Gladys and Lonnie Greenlief. City, mmtf receive etility tax dmres State Auditor John M, Gates announces today that ~ office has mailed the first-half distribution of public utility taxes to counties and municipalities of West Virginia. Total distribution amounted to $19,241,850 an increase of $1.525.900 over last year. Gilmer County received $110,400 and GlenviUe netted $2,300. Kanawha County led with approximately $2.5 million. The smallest county distribu- tion was made to Tucker County, which received $33,500. Distribution is made on an estimated basis, assessed by the Board of Public Works and collected by the State auditor for all counties, school boards and municipalities. The remaining half payments are due by March 1, 1976. . An additional $1.9 million. representing approximately one-half of the taxes collected for bond purposes, was transferred to the State Sinking Fund Commission for investment. Investment last year earned $63,010.76 in interest for various counties, school boards and municipalities. Vernon D. Miller, a native of Shock in Gilmer County, now a resident of Great Falls. Mont.. has been spending his spare time writing songs. His regular job is district sales manager of a water softening company. Recently, his song writing resulted in his singing and recording two of his productions for a Dallas. Tex.. record company. On the record to be released Oct. 1 is "Dream" which is first called "Twenty Years Ago," or "Yesterday." and "I Can't Go Home Anymore." The second tune recites boyhood activities in a valley above his home in Shock such as swinging on grapevines, and chasing wild game. This first record was so well received by the company that they are having him make an album in October of six other songs that he has written and six by other writers. Miller is a son of L.L. Miller, who will be 92 on December 22 who still lives on the old home place at Shock. tle is a brother of Robert Miller, president of the Gilmer County Board of Education. Ho|ue gets 40 year pin (Continued from Page 1) He has served as one of the Farm Bureau's directors from Glenville since 1967. Hogue is not an active farmer, but looks after the old home place, a family-owned farm four miles north of Pennsboro in Ritchie County. "Our family uses the old place primarily as a meeting place for family gatherings and we hire a fellow to cut hav."he said. Hogue, a wood and leather crafts- man in his spare time, is also a long-time member of Glenville I.O.O.F. September 25, 19"i5 (Odd Fellows} and the Grantsville Eureka Masonic Lodge. Other members of the Hogue family are Louise, Harlan's wife: and children, Donald of Akron: Dorothy The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder 7 Rhoades, a teacher at Sand Fork School: Helen McLain of Ripley; and Patricia Shaver of Andrews A.F.B, in Washington D.C. where her husband is stationed with the U.S. Air Force. WEEK ! nmnnmmB~mmmBBBBBmmmmn~BBmmmmnmnmmmmmmlmmmmmmmmnBnnnnmnmnmnnmmmmnnmBnmmnl IllIIII II II Inmml~mumnml m_j IIIIIII IIIII Ii mmmnnmmm~ (SUPERIOR.ALL MEAT) 12 oz. Pkl- (NO CNANGE IN QUALITY) lb. (LEAN & TASTY) lbO lbO (LEAN & lb. IONE IN lbll VAC PAC ~e 12 OZ., | DONALD DUCK /2 OZ. Gill |1 OZ. BETTY CROCKER 2 for 128 oz. 18 ez. (all grinds) JOAN OF ARC WNOLE KERNEL OR CREAII STYLE JOAN OF ARC 17 oz. 3 for 30 OZ. 46 01, ,@ ). 2&. lbO mammmimmm Ill___ __- IIIIll Ill mmmmmm=mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm through EAST JIAIN ST. I ]1 ]]1] -- ] -- Gbmvilb --mmmmmmmmmmmmmm=mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm llllllllll -- - lllJl _ I - ml