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I0 The Glenville Democrat-Pathfinder Mary Reed was one of three winners of a $100 check during Foodland's Customer Apprecia- tion Days. Eighty-three family members, and friends attended the annual Ivan and Gertrude {Miller} Wilson reunion on August 19, at the home of Jerry and Azcal (Mace) Wilson on State Route 78, Malta, Ohio. Attending were: Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Wilson, and children and grandchildren; Mr. and Mrs. Bern Wilson and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Jay Wilson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wilson and son, Mr. and Mrs. Bailey Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. James (Janice} McConkey and family, Mr. and Mrs. Brooks Wilson and sons, and Miss Mary Mitchell, daughter of the late Roland and Eugie {Wilson} Mitchell. Irene Married- grandchildren and Hawkins, their families were: Mr. and Carr and Mrs. John Hickerson and family, Moutoux. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Wilson and and dau daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Garnes Mr. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. David Burns, Rucker, Mr. and Mrs. Lerry Mr. and Mrs., Reed and son, and Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Samuel Bellville. and Mrs. Relatives from West Virginia Mr. and Mrs. were: Mr. and Mrs. Robert family. Miller, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Robert Net Lee Miller, Jr., and family, Mr. Mrs. Mary and Mrs. Vernon Kerns and son, Mrs. Wi Mr. and Mrs. Rondel Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Ray Miller, and Mr. and and Mrs. Mrs. Dennil Wolf. family, Mis: Friends from afar were: Mrs. Mr. David Mr. and Mrs. Jackson Herron accept a $1OO check from Foodland Manager Danny Facemire during its Customer Appreciation Days. The Gilmer County High School Band Boosters held a hot dog and Coke during Foodland's Customer Appreciation Days. They raised over $1200 for the high school band through their efforts. Teresa Moss was the third win- ner in Foodland's Customer AP" preciation Days. TOPS #WV 218, Glenville, ended its summer quarter with several of its members receiving awards. At the Area Rally in Gassaway September 13. the following people were recogniz- ed on the area level for achievements for the first half of 1984: Linda Peggs, for perfect attendance: Pearl Mc- Cartney. Marito Stalnaker, and Sue Butt. for weight loss ac- complishments in the various divisions: and Marito Stalnaker, for continual weight loss with no gains. Among the KOPS: Mary Jo Cunningham and Marilyn Peter- son were awarded for continual recordings in leeway: and Jeanne Simmons, Kelly Smith. Mary Jo Cunningham and Marilyn Peterson were recognized as Alumni KOPS. At- tending the rally from the Glen- ville Chapter were Betty Heckert, Darlene Helmick, Sue Butt and Marilyn Peterson. On the chapter level, recogni- tion for the first half of 1984, in addition to those listed above, were Myra Woodford and Sharon Mitchell for weight loss accomplishments in the various divisions. Quarterly winners (July- September} on the chapter level After twelve years of serving previous name caused confusion this area's travel and tourism with the public thinking the industry, the Country Roads-group was a travel agency. "'We Council has a new name, Effec- frequently received calls from tire immediately, the organiza- people wanting reservations for tion's Board of Directors has ap- airlines, hotels, and cruises," were: first P second t ii,'d and third Weekly Mitchell (two and Darlene the KOPS Peterson. Want to be Christmas? on Tuesdays Glenville losing through fun. Several tests and for the fall information, evenings. a passive, which the dicates," Changing to will begin revised 1o proved the change to CountryNicely said. "We feel this Beard of Roads Region Tourist and Con- change will eliminate this confu- we will be vention Bureau to designate the sion and inconvenience to the period for non-profit corporation public," he stated, the Bureau established in 1972 to develop The other reason for the newstationary, and promote travel and tourism title was to better define what businesses in Braxton, Calhoun, Gilmer,the organization actually does. associates, and Jackson, Pleasants, Ritchie,"Our surveys and comments information for Roane, Tyler, Wirt and Wood show that the business com- come due or Counties. munity is confused over whatNicely Paddington Bear was on hand to According to Steven W. Nice-we do, especially as it relates to tion's greet youngsters during ly. executive vice-president, the the numerous services we pro- telephone Foodland's Customer Apprecia- change was made for two vide to local businesses andsame. tion Days. primary reasons. First, the organizations," Nicely said. He further commented that a review of other regional tourism , ro ' " " .... l romotio l 8 htles ,,m- dicated the phrase Tourist and, Convention Bureau was the AID WILL In response to data indicating directly from customers. The new reports required of that more than 80 percent of tip The new law represents a food and beverage employers income is not reported on change in reporting re- will be used to more accurately Federal income tax returns, the quirements for the establish- iudge whether employees have been reporting all tip income. The employer will be required to compare the total of all reported tips with eight percent of the establishment's total gross food and beverage receipts, ex- cluding carryout sales, state or local taxes, and sales on which Tax Equity and Fiscal Respon- ment, not for the employees IRS sibility act of 1982 instituted stressed. Tips have always been new reporting requirements regarded as taxable earned in- designed to reflect accurately come subject to Federal income income of workers in food and tax. beverage establishments. Reporting requirements for Owners of food or beverage employees in service industries establishments where tipping is remain the same. Employees are customary and that normally required to maintain a record of there was a service charge of 10 employ more than ten employees tips received and report them as percent or more. If records were required beginning in 1983 income on their Federal income show' that the total tips reported to annually file a calendar year tax returns. Also unchanged is by employees falls below the information return, Form 8027, the requirement that employees eight percent figure, the with the IRS listing, among other who receive tips of $20 or more information, the establishment's each month must report the gross receipts, charge receipts, total amount of tips to their tips shown on charge receipts, employers by the tenth day of tips reported by the employees, the following month [or more and tips allocated to the frequently, if the employer so re- employees, if any. Tip alloca- quires), so that income and tions are made only to social security taxes can be employees who receiye tips withheld. m According to Mr. Clovis D. Ice, Deputy Director of the West Virginia Department of Veterans Affairs, on November 11, 1984, the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington will finally be completed with the in- stallation of a statue depicting three soldiers, and then be turn- ed over to the U.S. Government as our nation's newest shrine. Mr. Ice went on to explain that like the National Salute Democcat Wome The Gilmer County Democrat Women's Club met September 14. at City Hall for the election of Delegates to the State Con- vention, to be held in Charleston. October 5-6. Those elected were: Marge Burke, Either Shock. Lucy Reed. Alice Hoover, Lo'uise Kemper, held in 1982, National Salute II will offer the expected quarter of a million attendees an oppor- tunity to participate in a series of unit reunions as well as various other activities. Any Vietnam Veteran desir- ing information on this event is encouraged to contact Mr. Ice's office located at the Roane County Courthouse in Spencer. or phone 304-927-2030. Barbara Marks, Phyllis Starkey, Anna Jean Rogucki, Jean Rhoades, Helen James, Floda Davis, Lenita Reale, Sue Morris, Shelley Morris, Wanda Boggs and Jeanne Leyne. Alternates are: Sharon Riffle, Judy Connell and June Miller. employer will be required to report the difference to the IRS, and allocate it among tipped employees. No allocation is made to an employee who reports to the employer tips equaling eight percent or more of that employee's share of the establishment's gross receipts. IRS noted that certain employers may reduce the eight percent allocation to as low as five percent, depending on nor- mal tipping practice at their establishment, if they can establish that the tipping rate is normally lower than the eight percent standard. Such a reduc- tion requires advance written approval from IRS. The new law, generally, does not apply to fast food and cafeteria style operations where tipping is not ordinarily done, IRS explained. Copies of Form 8027 and more Gilmer County AuclJon Barn GkmvUie, WV My Private Sale--Yard Sale Style October 5-6, 1984 from 12-4 p,m. information on the new repor- ling requirements for food and beverage service employers may be found in the free IRS Publication 539. Employment Taxes, available by writing to the IRS or calling 1-8OO-424-1040. most common. "We think this new name will bring us more in line with other groups of similar nature, create fewer questions from business people as to who and what we are, and better define us as an active and ag- gressive organization instead of w Birthdays this week arei Tim Butler's was October 2; John R. Whitesel, Thursday, October 4; Jennifer Wilmoth, who will celebrate her second birthday on Monday, October 7 and Lin- da Smith on Tuesday, October 8. Anniversaries this week are: Bill and Jeanie Moore. who will celebrate their eighth anniver- sary on Tuesday, October 8. Mr. and Mrs. Worthy Runyon celebratt l their 57th wedding anniversary on the weekend of September 16-17. Those there to help them celebrate were: Den- zil, Lou, Peggy, Rose and Nancy Runyon; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Runyon and dauohter; Maxine, Kelly, Barbara, Bonnie, lanice and Craig Ootson of Virginia; Lhada Cunningham; Arnold, Ber- nice and Jeffrey Keesucker and Mr. and Mrs. lake Godfrey. All enjoyed the good food and time spent together. Electronic: given at the tober by Mr. Kernper The weekend guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Moore over the weekend were: Mr. and Mrs. Johnny James, Sheila Turner, Tom DeVore and David Turner. Specialist. BELToNEI AID SEI 442 BW. Ciarksburg, M.-W.-Th.:F. Office Hours by Appointment ELKRIVER W. DWIGHT LOHR, D.C. 615 Elk St. C Ode Carpenter Farm 10:.30 a.m. mwdav, Glenv , WV q241R8 Yotw Every Htmting Need Shells Rein. or Super X 12Ga. 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