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EVERY MEMBER HAS A VOICE Electric Co-op members have a say in how their co-op is run and in the decisions that are made.

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4 BACK IN TIME In this, our last issue as Country Living magazine before our name changes in March, we take a look back on a remarkable past.

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10 CO-OP INNOVATION

New technology constantly helps Ohio electric cooperatives improve the service they provide for members.

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12 VINTAGE VISION

Some Butler REC members saw their antique-car collections spill out of their backyards, so they started their own museum.

15 A BOWL OF CHERRIES

For Presidents Day, we serve up some recipes that would have made George Washington proud.

30 BUFFALO SOLDIER

Ohio’s first, and so far only, national monument honors the life and legacy of Col. Charles Young.

40 BUCKEYE CHUCK

Ohio’s favorite groundhog leads a mostly mundane life — except for that one day every year.

D E PA R T M E N T S 2 COOPERATIVE CONNECTION

19 LOCAL CO-OP PAGES

10 POWER STATION

32 WOODS, WATERS, AND WILDLIFE

12 CO-OP PEOPLE

36 FEBRUARY CALENDAR

14 OHIO ICON

39 MEMBER INTERACTIVE

15 FOOD SCENE

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Cooperative Connection PAT O’LOUGHLIN, PRESIDENT & CEO • OHIO RURAL ELECTRIC COOPERATIVES & BUCKEYE POWER

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Member-focused, locally controlled co-ops embrace innovative ideas and nimble decision-making for your benefit One of the things that makes our family of electric cooperatives so unique within the utility arena is our ability to stay on the leading edge of technical advancements that can make our service safer, more reliable, and more affordable for our members. Electric cooperatives are leaders in the utility service industry in adopting new technologies, such as advanced metering, more convenient bill payment, and more responsive outagetracking systems. We aren’t the inventors of new technologies, but we’re able to quickly recognize the benefits for consumer- members and deploy newer, proven technologies to improve our service and reduce our costs. The areas that we serve are more rural than those of larger investor-owned utilities, but our smaller size and locally based leadership help us to more quickly recognize the advantages to be gained, and that, in turn, enables us to put new ideas to work for you. Innate agility, coupled with our willingness to embrace innovation, has allowed us to

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find ways to employ technology to keep rates as low as possible and to make our service increasingly reliable. Electric cooperatives, for example, were among the first to use load-management systems and peak-demand alerts to hold down costs for members across the state. New smart meters and automated systems have further improved our efficiency and help us to restore service more quickly when power outages do occur. In this, the final issue of Country Living (look for more about that beginning on Page 4), Magen Howard, our manager of communications and member services, examines some of the next-generation technology that’s already in use at your electric cooperative (page 10), and takes a look at some current industry-standard technology that came about because of cooperative innovation. Look for your improved member magazine, coming in March. 

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February 2017 Volume 59, No. 5

Ohio Rural Electric Cooperatives 6677 Busch Blvd. Columbus, OH 43229 614-846-5757 memberinteract@ohioec.org www.ohioec.org

Patrick O’Loughlin President & CEO Patrick Higgins Dir. of Communications Jeff McCallister Managing Editor Samantha Rhodes Associate Editor

Contributors Cheryl Bach, Celeste Baumgartner, Colleen Romick Clark, W.H. “Chip” Gross, Magen Howard, Damaine Vonada, Jamie Rhein, Margie Wuebker, and Diane Yoakam

COUNTRY LIVING (ISSN 0747-0592) is the official public­ation of Ohio Rural Elec­tric Co­op­eratives, Inc. With a paid circulation of 294,359, it is the monthly com­mun­ication link be­tween the elec­­­­tric co­operatives in Ohio and West Virginia and their mem­bers. Nothing in this publication may be reproduced in any manner without specific written permission from Ohio Rural Electric Cooperatives, Inc. All rights reserved.

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Back in time

Country Living’s coming evolution is a time to look back on our past Also Inside:

Co-ops on the cutting edge A celebration of cherries Honoring a Buffalo Soldier Ohio’s favorite groundhog

Back in time

Country Living’s coming evolution is a time to look back on our past Also Inside:

Co-ops on the cutting edge A celebration of cherries Honoring a Buffalo Soldier Ohio’s favorite groundhog

New website feature All Country Living stories now published online

For those of you who prefer reading on your computers, tablets, or smartphones, fret not: All of our stories are now published online at www. ohioec.org so readers can enjoy them across multiple platforms. Feel free to share our content on social media, too, so those who don’t receive the print version in the mail can catch up on electric cooperative news and other Ohio information.

Follow Ohio’s Electric Cooperatives on social media Search for Ohio’s Electric Cooperatives on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and YouTube to learn about careers with co-ops and how co-ops make a difference in communities across Ohio.

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The fact that a product is advertised in Coun­try Living should not be taken as an en­dorse­ment. If you find an advertisement mis­leading or a product unsatisfactory, please not­ify us or the Ohio Attorney General’s Of­fi ce, Consumer Protection Sec­tion, 30 E. Broad St., Col­um­bus, OH 43215, or call 1-800-282-0515. Periodicals postage paid at Colum­bus, OH and at additional mailing offices. POSTMASTER: Send address changes to editorial and advertising offices at: 6677 Busch Boulevard, Columbus, OH 43229-1101

Cooperative members: Please report changes of address to your electric cooperative. Country Living staff cannot process address changes.

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DID YOU KNOW? The name “Ohio” originates from the Iroquois Indian word for “good river.” The Indian name was later translated by the French as La Belle Riviere (“the Beautiful River”).

In this issue:

Shandon (p. 12) Canton (p. 14) Columbus (p. 23) Hartville (p. 25) Wilberforce (p. 30) Upper Sandusky (p. 32) Marion (p. 40)

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CHANGE After serving as Country Living for 58 years, your magazine’s new name will better reflect who we all are.

A look back Country Living came into being at a time when the country was still getting used to the idea that farmers could get electricity from a centralized power plant, just like urban dwellers could. A little more than 20 years had passed since In 1958, the Franklin D. Roosevelt magazine was had signed the Rural Electrification Act, which mailed to about allowed for the creation 20,000 members. of electric cooperatives This edition will go to illuminate the mostly to nearly 300,000. dark countryside. By October 1958, 28 electric cooperatives had formed and were successfully providing electricity to rural areas — mostly farms — in the Buckeye State.

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The cooperatives recognized early on the need to communicate with their memberowners, and most produced their own newsletters with important updates, announcements, and news of the day. It was not an efficient system. Thanks to the visionary guidance of early leaders from the statewide trade association, Ohio Rural Electric Cooperatives — General Manager Howard Cummins, Chairman of the Board Howard Clapper, and Managing Editor Paul Sterner — Country Living made its debut in 1958. It was mailed directly to about 20,000 members for, as it remains today, less than the cost of a postage stamp.

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Ohio’s Electric Cooperatives, then (opposite page) and now: Just like the statewide association, the membership magazine has always changed with the times.

A look ahead As the electric co-ops grew, so did their magazine. The circulation has increased to about 300,000 homes, farms, and businesses in 77 of Ohio’s 88 counties. You’ve told us that you look forward to receiving the magazine because it’s the best way to find out what’s happening at your cooperative. It’s also consistently entertaining, with features about some of the best places to visit in the state and region, bits of fascinating history, and mouth-watering recipes that you clip, save, and try, over and over. The content is great, you’ve told us, but Country Living is ready for a makeover. We agree. Finally, you’ve told us that you consider yourselves to be a cooperative community,

regardless of whether you live in a suburban or rural environment. Again, we agree. In that spirit, starting next month, Country Living becomes Ohio Cooperative Living, with a fresh look to accompany the new name. The focus of the revised magazine will remain on you — the member-owners. Ohio Cooperative Living will be the same magazine that you’ve welcomed into your homes for the past 58 years — only better: better photos, better stories, better paper, and better organized to better serve you. We invite you to celebrate the past 58 years of Country Living, while welcoming Ohio Cooperative Living into your homes and businesses. We’re confident that you’ll enjoy the new look, the new feel, and, yes, the new name. 

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A look at the evolution of Country Living magazine, from its first issue in 1958 through this, the final edition to be printed under that name. Next month, Country Living will become Ohio Cooperative Living.

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January 1958

Just a year earlier, Country Living had jumped from 20 pages to 24, and topics we covered began to expand as well. Coverage of travel destinations in Ohio began, and a story titled “A Gardening We Will Go” marks CLM’s debut of gardening features, a longtime favorite of readers. Cardinal Generating Station’s first 825-foot stack was completed — almost as tall as the Eiffel Tower — while an April tornado devastated eight co-ops, killing 56 Ohioans and injuring hundreds more.

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The first-ever, black-and-white issue of Country Living magazine (CLM) arrived in Ohio electric cooperative members’ mailboxes. Starting with a circulation of only around 20,000, the magazine now is read by nearly 300,000 members in Ohio and West Virginia.

1974 In the midst of an energy crunch, a reemphasis on the century-old slogan “Waste not, want not” emerged throughout the magazine. The February cover featured Fred Schmidt of Riga, Michigan, who by age 86 had collected a lifetime of historic scenes and events in glass bottles in his home. Ohio Rural Electric Cooperatives broke ground for a new headquarters at the corner of Schrock Road and Busch Boulevard in Columbus, as we outgrew our tiny old space on Indianola Avenue.

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CLM, by now expanded to 32 pages, continued to cover energy issues of the day. This was the year generating Unit 3 was dedicated at Cardinal Station and CLM honored Future Farmers of America (now simply FFA) on its 50th birthday. Co-op member Ned McGill and his wife unearthed mastodon bones on their property in Champaign County. Energy efficiency took the lead in a story about an all-electric home built by engineer Bryce Gordon; with the extra insulation he added, his electric bills totaled a mere $108.54 the entire heating season.

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CLM started off the year with a tribute to former President Franklin D. Roosevelt, who created the Rural Electrification Administration in 1935, and who would have turned 100 years old that year. In another editorial, politicians were advised to “do some long-range soul searching and set their priorities straight” as signs of a dire economy emerged nationwide. Dogsled racer Chuck Cather from East Canton and his eager Siberians romped from the starting chute at Alum Creek State Park on the February cover. CLM’s circulation was around 189,000 per month.

Sewn-in inserts of annual meeting registration cards and ads proved popular in the magazine. Dual fuel systems were described in detail after Ohio electric co-ops adopted a dual fuel program the previous year. April’s cover showcased Brownie Scout Daniell Meggyesy hurrying to finish a bluebird house before nesting season. A story about turtle noodling explained that the fingerfishing sport is not for the faint of heart, but snapping turtles are worth the risk for pounds upon pounds of delectable meat.

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1989 Letters to the editor spiked after a CLM cover was published of an Amish barnraising — many pointing out that Amish don’t use electricity. Readers vigorously defended the Amish, and more coverage of them followed. Three rural families immersed in raising llamas shared that the creatures are sweet and docile, as well as highly intelligent. April’s cover highlighted Ohio as a bicycle-friendly, beautiful state where thousands gather for a weeklong cycling event in Yellow Springs.

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An editorial made reference to global warming, and Ohio’s statewide association celebrated a half-century of assistance to member co-ops. Historic-themed merchandise speckled pages, including both Civil War stopwatches and World War II commemorative knives for $10 each: “available now…then never again!”

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1996 1998 Touchstone Energy® debuted, and CLM marked the occasion with a special April cover illustration of the new logo, created locally in Westerville. After 38 years, Sylvia Henken retired from her monthly column — “It’s a Wonderful Life” — that began in 1960 with her describing herself as a “new bride in an old house, starting a new home” and ended with her as a mother of six and grandmother of 10 with more on the way. CLM observed its 40th anniversary with a photo of the only three editors who had ever held the magazine’s reins posing together. Marion REC and United RE voted to unite, creating Mid-Ohio Electric Cooperative.

CLM swells to 40 pages. The year begins with a cover corner teaser that is quickly abandoned for the horizontal bar format. Ohio’s eagle populations were discovered to be increasing thanks to the Ohio Division of Wildlife’s “Do Something Wild” program, and an entertaining story described various critters that had left co-op members in the dark, including “The Attack of the Killer Beaver” and “The Case of the Ravenous Raccoon.” Images of everything from roaring waterfalls, fireworks, and Revolutionary War re-enactments dazzled readers on the covers.

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2000 The new millennium began with a letter to the editor titled “Don’t mess up covers!” where the reader asked if CLM could put the address labels on the back of the magazine instead of the front (it was a good idea!), which spurred an entire cover controversy. We told our reader-members that Ohio electric cooperatives had been exempted from deregulation the previous year because the co-ops had already been adjusting their power costs for members. July’s stunning cover featured the Touchstone Energy® Balloon Races, an event sponsored by five Ohio electric co-ops.

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CLM ran its first writing contest on “The Joy of Country Living,” and squeamish readers squawked at a photo of a headless chicken. “Ohio Icon” by freelancer Damaine Vonada made its debut. New CEO and president of Buckeye Power Tony Ahern estimated in his September editorial that generation costs would have to increase by about 1.5 cents per kilowatt-hour to make environmental investments at the Cardinal Plant and to build additional plants and replace aging power lines.

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October 2008 2004 CLM unveiled a “new look,” sporting a simplified layout requested by readers to give it a “cozy, consistent feel.” The magazine jumped to 52 pages, then 56, and finally 60. The most popular cover ever (based on requests for extra copies) ran in February — a dainty Victorian tea set photographed in Marysville. Wildlife and gardening features began running every month while energy and home improvement stories appeared every other month. Health, safety, and personal finance alternated every third month. The calendar popped with color-coded entries, the recipe contest kicked off, and mini reader essays (later to become Member Interactive) were published. Last but not least, those dreaded mailing labels were moved to the back cover.

CLM celebrated its 50th anniversary, summing up the highlights of each year. The ongoing debate about America’s energy future raged on as electric cooperatives across the country encouraged Congress to invest $2 billion a year in research and development of new energy technologies, including clean coal technology.

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We celebrated the news that CLM had won the 2012 George W. Haggard Memorial Journalism Award from the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association. A wide variety of subjects were featured, ranging from how to cook with wild game to becoming a private investigator, as well as Buckeye-style Beatlemania. The bicentennial of the War of 1812’s Battle of Lake Erie prompted a July cover of a replica battleship at Put-in-Bay’s celebration.

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CLM took a stand in January against the Environmental Protection Agency’s Clean Power Plan, which aims to dramatically reduce greenhouse gas emissions from the electric utility sector, dramatically increasing electricity costs. In February, the Supreme Court granted a stay. Later that year, 17 Ohio electric cooperative employees brought electricity to a remote village in Guatemala through Project Ohio.

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Technological advances help co-ops continually improve service for their member-owners

SCADA systems help electric cooperatives monitor and control what is happening in their service territory.

When it comes to adopting new technology, electric cooperatives are David beating Goliath. “The smaller size of co-ops allows us to be more nimble because we have fewer consumers,” says Pat O’Loughlin, president and CEO of Ohio’s Electric Cooperatives, the wholesale power supplier and trade association for the 24 co-ops serving the state. “We can try new things and deploy them faster than 10

some big utilities.” For example, electric co-ops have led the industry in advanced metering infrastructure (AMI), which provides frequent, more accurate readings and helps discover outages faster than with older analog meters. About 70 percent of electric cooperatives across the country have implemented AMI, according to the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association (NRECA).

New computer software that communicates with equipment in the field also enables co-ops to know where outages are without having to send a crew into the field to visually inspect the power lines and poles, O’Loughlin says. “That means co-ops can tell their consumers earlier what happened and when power will be back on,” he says. It also allows co-ops to offer outage maps, either on their own

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Terms to know Members might see these terms in their co-op’s local magazine pages or in other correspondence. All of these programs work together, along with your co-op’s employees, to improve customer service and electric reliability.

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AMI, or advanced metering infrastructure: A set of technologies and software applications that combine two-way communications with “smart” meters to provide electric utilities with near real-time oversight of system operations.

Advanced meters, also known as smart meters, benefit electric co-op members with greater accuracy in billing, faster outage restoration and operational savings versus manual meter reading, and detailed data that you and your co-op can use to manage electric use much more accurately.

website or on Ohio’s Electric Cooperatives’ website at ohioec.org/oec/ outages. These maps show where outages are occurring and how many members are affected. Software and computers in the office can also sometimes detect problems before they even cause outages. “All of this leads to improved service — customer service and electric service,” O’Loughlin says.

Innovation with consumers in mind Electric cooperatives are not-forprofit and are owned by the consumers they serve. That’s why those consumers are called “members” or “owners,” and not simply “customers.” Co-ops wouldn’t exist without their consumers, so they have a responsibility to invest wisely in technologies that will improve service, assist members with managing their energy use, and help keep costs in check. Here in Ohio, some electric co-ops have adopted programs like SmartHub, which allows members to keep track of energy use from month to month. Some programs even incorporate weather data to show how temperatures affect electricity use. These programs typically also allow consumers to pay bills and report outages, depending on the options the co-op chooses.

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National support One of the benefits of being a cooperative member is the sixth cooperative principle, “Cooperation Among Cooperatives.” Even though they’re all independent entities, co-ops work together to share resources and knowledge. Thanks to a nationwide network of co-ops and supporting trade associations, that means your co-op has the strength and resources of a large utility, but you still have local, democratic control and operation. “Because cooperatives’ mission is to serve their member-owners and not to make a profit, they have a strong incentive to look for innovations that are going to allow them to provide better service at a lower cost and meet member expectations,” says Jim Spiers, NRECA’s vice president of business and technology strategies. “Co-ops’ approach to innovation is collaborative: They routinely share their experience and analysis with the nationwide network.” Pooled resources through membership dues in associations like NRECA, he adds, mean additional funding to find solutions to cooperative issues.  MAGEN HOWARD is manager of communications and member services at Ohio’s Electric Cooperatives.

SCADA, or Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition: Composed of software and hardware that communicate with one another to collect data in the field and communicate it back to the co-op, SCADA systems help to quickly spot and solve power outages. GIS, or geographic information system: An electronic set of maps, using GPS coordinates, that catalogs every pole, wire, transformer, and piece of equipment in the field, which allows for better and faster system maintenance. Often integrates with a vegetation management system, which shows where trees and brush may interfere with power lines and cause outages. Outage management system: Tells the co-op which meters are experiencing outages, and automatically records a reported outage based on the phone number calling in, as long as the phone used to report the outage is associated with that electric account. 

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This showcase is the result of a passion for restoring and showing vintage cars The Salty Dog Museum, a top-notch assemblage of Model T and A Fords in Shandon, Ohio, came into being out of necessity for Ron Miller, his son B.J., and their friend Mark Radtke. Before they opened the museum, the vehicles were spilling out of their backyards and garages. “Everybody collects something, and we happen to collect antique vehicles and their stories,” Radtke says. The Ford Motor Company made more than 15 million Model T’s from 1909 until 1927. Some sold for as little as $240; they were the first cars that working people could afford, B.J. Miller says. The Model A was introduced in 1928 and continued in production through 1931 — Ford made more than 4 million of them. Many Model Ts started with a crank, and that could be a problem. Ron Miller restored cars with his dad, Herman Niehaus. “My dad didn’t like Model Ts — he broke his arm as a kid cranking one — so we had Model As,” Ron Miller says. “I had a Model A when I was 12. Me and my dad would buy ’em and tear ’em apart and save the parts.” B.J. Miller was involved with antique autos from early on. He and his parents drove to church for his baptism in a 1921 Model T touring car. He rode in the rumble seat of a 1929 roadster, restored by his dad, for family vacations.

The Salty Dog Museum got started when Ron and Mark needed space to build a salt flats car to race at the Bonneville Salt Flats — it was on their bucket list. They went on to take four world records with this Model A Ford-powered sprint car.

When B.J. Miller and his wife, Casey, got married in July 2006, the couple honeymooned in a 1931 Model A coupe that he had gotten from Niehaus, his grandfather. “Grandpa restored it in 1960 and used all the original parts and whatever he had there,” B.J. Miller says. “He didn’t buy anything new. He did everything, paint and all. I got it when I was about 16.” Radtke inherited his interest in antique vehicles from his parents; they had five Model As in their backyard. He bought his first Model A when he was 14 — it was mostly in a basket. The collection outgrew the yard when Radtke became interested in old fire engines. One, a 1919 Ford/Howe, he bought at a Buster Brown Shoe Store in 1982. It had been used as a display for kids to climb on, and he had to take it apart to get it out of the store.

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“This is the only vehicle I rebuilt with two engines for the same vehicle,” Radtke says. “There is an engine for the pump and an engine for forward motion. When I started stripping it, I came across this name, ‘Mowrystown,’ a village in Highland County.” Radtke learned that the Mowrystown Fire Department had bought a Howe horse-drawn motorized pumper in 1914. Then in 1924, the department bought a used 1919 Ford/Howe Model TT commercial truck chassis. The front portion of the Howe was cut off to mount the motorized pump chassis on the Ford chassis. The department used it until 1949, before the Buster Brown store got it. The museum came to be called the Salty Dog because Radtke and Ron Miller had acquired the

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space to build a salt flats car — racing at the Bonneville Salt Flats was on their bucket list. The men set world records in 2007, 2009, and 2012 with the vintage Model A Ford-powered sprint car they built. The Salty Dog is adjacent to Ron’s Machine Shop in Shandon. Ron Miller (who along with his wife, Maureen, are members of Butler Rural Electric Cooperative) and B.J. Miller are known nationally in the field for their work restoring antique engines. Ron Miller opened Ron’s Auto Body Shop 40 years ago, and B.J. and Casey Miller bought the business in 2010.  All of these vehicles are on display at the not-for-profit Salty Dog Museum, 4995 Cincinnati Brookville Road, Shandon, OH. It is open for tours and visits by appointment. For information, visit www.saltydogmuseum.com or call 513-738-7353.

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Ben Heggy Candy Company Canton Location: On the northwest side of downtown Canton near the Canton Museum of Art and Palace Theatre. Provenance: After working for a candymaker as a teenager, Ben Heggy opened his own restaurant and confectionery on the corner of Cleveland Avenue NW and Eighth Street NW in his hometown of Canton in 1923. Following a fire in 1950, Heggy closed the restaurant to concentrate on his candy business. His daughters and sons-in-law, including current president Richard “Wally” Wollenberg, eventually became the owners and operators of the eponymous company that Heggy started. Significance: Known for handcrafted chocolates, Ben Heggy Candy is one of Ohio’s oldest candy manufacturers and a Canton institution patronized by generations of local families. The combination candy factory and retail store still is located at its original site on Cleveland Avenue NW, where Heggy’s grandson, Danny Wollenberg, is now a candymaker who continues to use many of his grandfather’s recipes. Heggy candies also are available at more than 20 regional ice cream, confectionery, and grocery stores. Currently: Ben Heggy Candy produces more than 30 kinds of light and dark chocolates, several kinds of cara-

mels, and a variety of fresh-roasted nuts. “Our best-sellers are the chocolate-coated peanuts and pecans and the buttercream-filled chocolates,” says Wally Wollenberg, “but my personal favorites are the dark chocolate peanut clusters with cream centers.” For Valentine’s Day, the company makes molded chocolate hearts, and for Easter, it offers a variety of molded bunnies, chick, ducks, and baskets. “All the molded items that we make are solid chocolate,” Wollenberg says. It’s a little-known fact that: The Heggy company’s special hard peanuts consist of Virginia redskins that first are blanched to remove their skins and then undergo a process that gives them an extra crispy texture — but that process is a trade secret.  The Ben Heggy Candy Company, 743 Cleveland Ave. NW, Canton, OH 44702. For additional information about Heggy products, retail store hours, and online ordering, call 330-455-7703 or visit www.heggys.com.

An employee carefully weighs out some roasted peanuts to add to one of the company’s gift bags that are especially popular around holidays. At right, a selection of walnut caramels — one of dozens of Heggy's homemade confections.

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SWEETHEART PIE 1 14-oz. can sweetened condensed milk, divided 11/2 oz. unsweetened chocolate ½ tsp. almond extract 1 baked 9-inch pie shell 1 10-oz. jar maraschino cherries, drained 8 oz. cream cheese, softened 1 cup cold water 1 package (3 oz.) instant vanilla pudding mix 1 cup whipping cream, whipped ½ cup chopped toasted almonds Chocolate curls (optional)

Combine 1 cup of the condensed milk and the unsweetened chocolate in a heavy saucepan over low heat. Cook 4 to 5 minutes or until chocolate is melted and mixture is thickened, stirring constantly. Stir in ¼ teaspoon almond extract. Pour into pie shell. Reserve 8 whole cherries for garnish before chopping the rest. Beat cream cheese in a mixing bowl until light. Beat in remaining condensed milk and the water gradually. Add dry pudding mix and remaining ¼ teaspoon almond extract; mix well. Fold in whipped cream. Stir in chopped cherries and toasted almonds. Pour cherry mixture over pie. Cover and chill 4 hours before serving. Garnish with whole cherries and chocolate curls if desired. Makes 8 to 10 servings.

CHERRY CRUMB MUFFINS Muffins: 3 cups all-purpose flour 2 tsp. salt 3/4 cup sugar ½ tsp. cinnamon ¼ tsp. nutmeg 2 eggs ½ cup butter, melted 2 cups buttermilk 11/3 cups fresh or frozen cherries, pitted

Crumb Topping: cup brown sugar cup all-purpose flour 1/8 cup oatmeal 11/2 Tbsp. butter 11/2 Tbsp. chopped nuts

For the muffins: Preheat oven to 400 degrees. Sift all dry ingredients together in large mixing bowl. Add liquids to dry ingredients and mix with approximately 5 or 6 strokes using a wooden spoon. Chop pitted cherries and add to batter, mixing only until combined. Do not overmix. Pour batter into lined muffin tins, filling 2/3 full. Sprinkle with crumb topping (recipe follows) before placing in oven. Makes 24 muffins.

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For the crumb topping: Combine all ingredients until crumbly; sprinkle over muffins. Bake 20 to 25 minutes. Let muffins cool slightly and turn out onto cooling rack. Let cool completely. Serve with Orange Honey Butter.

Orange Honey Butter:

For the honey butter: Combine softened butter and honey with wooden spoon until well blended and very soft. Add zest of oranges and stir until combined.

½ pound butter, softened ½ cup orange blossom clover honey Zest from 2 oranges

CHERRY OAT BREAKFAST SMOOTHIE 1/4 cup rolled oats 1 banana, sliced and frozen 1 cup pitted cherries, fresh or frozen 1/2 cup Greek vanilla yogurt (or coconut-milk yogurt for dairy-free version) 1/4 cup reduced-fat milk (or almond milk for dairy-free version) Pinch of salt

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Combine all ingredients in a blender and purée until smooth, adding more liquid to reach your desired consistency. Makes 2 servings. Per serving: 231 calories, 2.3 g total fat (1.2 g saturated fat), 3 g fiber and 6.7 g protein.

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CHERRY CHICKEN LETTUCE WRAPS

2 Tbsp. olive oil, divide d 1 1/4 lb. skinless, boneles s chicken breast, cut into bite-size d pieces 1 Tbsp. minced fresh gin ger 2 Tbsp. rice vinegar 2 Tbsp. teriyaki sauce 1 Tbsp. honey 1 lb. dark sweet cherries , pitted and halved 1 1/2 cups shredded carro ts 1/2 cup chopped green onion 1/3 cup toasted sliced almonds 12 lettuce leaves (roma ine, butter, or Boston lettuce)

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Heat 1 tablespoon oil in a large skillet over me dium-high heat. Sauté chicken an d ginger until chicken is cooked through, 7 to 10 minutes . Set aside. Whisk togeth er vinegar, teriyaki sauce, honey, and remaining 1 tables poon oil. Add chicken mixture, cherries, carrots, green onion, and almonds; toss to comb ine. Spoon chicken mi xture evenly into lettuce leaves and roll leaves around filling to serve. Makes 4 servings. Per serving: 315 ca lories, 9.7 g total fat (1.4 g saturated fat 3.3 g fiber, and 11. ), 2 g protein.

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Ready for the first reader recipe contest of the year? It’s time to show off those dishes you use to celebrate Cinco de Mayo in TASTY fashion. Send us your favorite Mexican recipe — no more than three per person, please! — and the one we select as best will win a KitchenAid stand mixer!

Guidelines • Make sure to include all ingredients and complete directions. • Include your name, address, telephone number, and the name of your electric cooperative on each recipe, and send them to: Margie Wuebker, 6677 Busch Blvd., Columbus, OH 43229, or e-mail them to memberinteract@ohioec.org. • Mail entries must be postmarked by March 10 to be considered; e-mail entries must arrive by March 10. • Winners will be announced in our May edition.

Good luck!

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“Looking out for our cooperative members.”

Washington Electric Cooperative, Inc. Visit our website at www.weci.org Office Hours

Monday – Friday 7:30 a.m. – 4 p.m. 440 Highland Ridge Road P.O. Box 800 Marietta, OH 45750 Phone: 740-373-2141 Toll-free in Ohio: 877-594-9324 After-hours: 877-544-0279

Pay your bill online at weci.org!

General Manager/CEO Jack Bragg Jr. jbragg@weci.org

Board of Trustees David P. Miller, CCD, BL Chairman

740-732-5402

Paul S. Fleeman, CCD, BL 1st Vice Chairman 740-934-2306

Betty Martin, CCD Secy.-Treas.

740-473-1539

Eldon E. Miller, CCD Assistant Secy.-Treas. 740-373-8594

William Bowersock, CCD, BL Trustee

740-373-5861

Gale DePuy, CCD, BL Trustee

740-473-1245

Larry Ullman, CCD Trustee

740-934-2561 CCD - Certified Cooperative Director; BL - Board Leadership

Join your fellow co-op members at the 2017 annual meeting It’s that time of year again: Washington Electric Cooperative is gearing up for the 2017 annual meeting held May 18 at the cooperative’s office near Marietta. The annual meeting is a special time for co-op members to gather, share experiences, hear from coop leadership, and, perhaps most importantly, learn the results of the annual election to the co-op’s board of directors. Washington Electric employees work hard to host this fun event, and we encourage you to attend and exercise some of the many rights you have as a member of an electric cooperative. We know the food, games, and prizes are the best parts of the meeting, but there is so much more to the event. Did you know the annual meeting is an occasion to discuss and learn more about issues affecting our community? This is an opportunity to discuss the topics that affect you and to talk about what we as a community can do to address our most pressing issues. Your electric cooperative is not owned by faraway investors, and it is not run by an appointed board of directors. Your electric cooperative is run by a democratically elected board that is given the privilege to serve because of your vote. All Washington Electric Cooperative members have the right to participate in the election, which occurs in

mid-April by mail-in ballot. Results of this election are announced at the annual meeting. So, at this year’s annual Jack Bragg Jr. meeting, not only will you have a blast (and maybe win a prize), but you will feel good knowing that you had a voice in a very important decision that affects one of our most vital resources — electricity. From all of your friends at Washington Electric Cooperative, we hope to see you in May at the annual meeting. 

Last year’s annual meeting included great prizes and tasty food — this year’s is sure to see the same. Join us on May 18.

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Utilities are raising awareness about scams When a scammer called Florida pet clinic operator Cindy Evers last year and demanded immediate payment on an overdue electric bill, it sounded real. “They knew my account number and gave me a figure that I owed that’s close to what I usually pay on my electric bill,” Evers said. She paid, even though in the back of her mind, she knew her payment wasn’t late. “I think I just panicked, thinking they were going to shut my electricity off,” she said. “I did what they told me to do.” Evers lost $900 — the call was a scam. The scam that duped Evers has been plaguing utility consumers across North America for several years, robbing them of millions. Now, utilities are fighting back. Last year, more than 80 utilities and energy industry organizations from across the U.S. and Canada joined forces to recognize the first-ever North American

HIGH SCHOOL SOPHOMORES AND JUNIORS: Interested in a life-changing leadership experience in Washington, D.C.?

June 9-15 What is Youth Tour? The Electric Cooperative Youth Tour is an annual leadership program sponsored by Washington Electric. It’s a weeklong, all-expenses-paid trip to Washington, D.C., that gives exceptional high school students the opportunity to meet with their congressional leaders at the U.S. Capitol, make new friends from across the country, and see many of the famous Washington sights. Electric cooperatives from 43 states will send about 1,600 students this year for the annual tour. Will you be one of them? For more information and to apply, visit www.weci.org > Member Services > Youth Programs, or call 740-373-2141. The deadline to apply is March 10.

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Utilities United Against Scams Day on Nov. 16, 2016. Electric co-ops have increased their communication efforts, sending information directly to members and encouraging local TV stations and newspapers to warn citizens about the scam and what people should do and not do if they are ever targeted. Even the wariest consumers can be duped. The scammers are developing new tactics every day. The “past due” scam, similar to the one Florida customer Evers experienced, goes something like this: A customer gets a call from an 800-number that looks like a valid utility company phone number. The caller threatens to cut off power if the customer doesn’t pay. 1152101100. But here’s the giveaway: The crook will demand payment via a prepaid debit card or money order within a specified time frame — often an hour or less. The scammer may even quote an amount that sounds like your typical monthly bill to make it sound more credible. Scammers might direct the customer to a specific store nearby that sells the prepaid cards and instruct the customer to put money on the card and provide the card number to the scammer. Some scammers have even been bold enough to contact potential victims in person, coming to the member’s house. Tips for protecting yourself: • Do not assume the name or number on your caller ID are legitimate. Caller IDs can be spoofed. • Never share your personal information like date of birth, Social Security number, or bank account info. • Never wire money to someone you don’t know. • Don’t click links or call numbers in unexpected e-mails or texts — especially those asking for your account information. • Most utilities will NOT require their customers to purchase prepaid debit cards or money orders to avoid an immediate disconnection. • If you receive a call that sounds like it may be a scam — or if you believe the call is a scam — hang up, call the police, and report the incident to your local utility. You can help others by alerting your family members and friends. Share the scammers’ tactics described in this article or those you have heard about. You can also help raise awareness and warn others by reposting scam awareness information on social media using the hashtag #stopscams. 

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Martin earns CCD status

Capital credits

Washington Electric Cooperative, Inc., refunded capital credits totaling $127,265.08 to the estates of 114 members through December 2016. If you know of a deceased member, please have the executor of the estate call our office for information on the member’s capital credits.

Credit for account number

If you find the number of your account in the local (center four) pages of this magazine, call the co-op office; you will receive at least $10 credit on your electric bill. In December, Connie Abbott of Waterford did not locate her account number. If you find your account number, call the co-op office by the 16th of the month in which it is published.

Washington Electric Cooperative’s General Manager Jack Bragg, left, congratulates Betty Martin, who recently became a Credentialed Cooperative Director (CCD). The CCD program offered by the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association (NRECA)

consists of five courses designed to provide essential knowledge and skills required of cooperative directors (also known as trustees). Martin has been a trustee at Washington Electric since 2013 and currently serves as secretary-treasurer of the board.

Co-op rebate programs

Water heater — rebates from $200 to $400 for qualifying 50-gallon or higher new electric water heaters. Dual Fuel — rebates of $500 for new heat pumps installed with a fossil fuel furnace system and co-op load management switch. Geothermal — rebates of $600 for newly installed geothermal systems. Air conditioners — rebates of $100 for whole-house air conditioning systems with co-op load management switch. Applies to systems younger than 10 years. Refrigerators and freezers — $100 rebate for members who replace existing refrigerators and stand-alone freezers with a new ENERGY STAR®-labeled appliance. Rebates available on first-come, first served basis. Program expires June 1, 2017. Call for details.

Co-op Connections® Card

Washington Electric Cooperative members saved $271.43 in November on prescription drugs with the Co-op Connections® discount card. Members have saved a total of $85,170.05 since the program launched in June 2011. Be sure to check out www. connections.coop for information on discounts from national retailers and Coupons.com!

Co-op services available

After-hours outage reporting — Call 877-544-0279 to report a power outage outside of business hours. Outage Alerts – Sign up to receive free outage and peak alerts and other important co-op information by phone, text, or e-mail. Visit notify.weci.org or call our office to enroll. Online bill payment — Visit www.weci.org to use the cooperative’s secure Easy2Pay online payment system. Automatic bill payment — Call our office for details on having your electric bill drafted from your checking or savings account each month. Pay your bill by phone — Call 866-923-8148 to pay your bill with a check, credit card, or debit card.

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YOU deserve the credit Washington Electric returns more than $321,000 to members It’s time for you to get the credit — capital credits, that is — you deserve for helping build and sustain your local electric cooperative. This winter, Washington Electric Cooperative returns $321,053.31 to members like you. You might not realize it, but when you signed up to receive electric service from Washington Electric, you became a member — and owner — of an electric utility. While investor-owned utilities return a portion of any profits back to their investors, electric co-ops operate on a not-for-profit basis. So instead of returning leftover funds, known as margins, to investors who might not live in the same region or even the same state as you do, we periodically issue capital credits (also called patronage capital or equity capital) based on how much you paid the co-op for electricity during a specified time period. In late 2016, members from 1974-1976 received capital credits, reflecting their ownership of the cooperative during those years. That may seem like a long time ago, but during those years, your cooperative saved part of what was paid by members to cover emergency expenses and to build and maintain a reliable electric delivery system. For more information on this rewarding part of cooperative business, read the following frequently asked questions:

WHAT ARE CAPITAL CREDITS? Retained margins left over at the end of a year at a not-for-profit electric cooperative. Capital credits represent the most significant source of equity for Washington Electric. Since a cooperative’s “shareholders” are also the people the co-op serves, capital credits reflect each member’s ownership in the cooperative. This differs from dividends that investor-owned utilities pay shareholders, who may or may not be customers of the utility.

WHERE DOES THE MONEY COME FROM? Member-owned, not-for-profit electric utilities like Washington Electric set rates to generate enough money to pay operating costs, make payments on any loans, and provide emergency reserve. At the end of each calendar year, we subtract operating expenses from the total amount of money collected during the year. The balance is called a margin.

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much power the member used. Member purchases may also be called patronage.

WHY DOES MY COOPERATIVE REFUND CAPITAL CREDITS? Doing so follows one of our seven cooperative principles — members’ economic participation. This principle states, “Members allocate surpluses for any or all of the following purposes: developing the cooperative, possibly by setting up reserves, part of which at least would be indivisible; benefiting members in proportion to their transactions with the cooperative; and supporting other activities approved by the membership.”

DO INVESTOR-OWNED UTILITIES LIKE AMERICAN ELECTRIC POWER (AEP) REFUND CAPITAL CREDITS? No. Capital credits exist only at not-for-profit electric cooperatives owned by their members.

ARE CAPITAL CREDITS REFUNDED EVERY YEAR? Each year, the Washington Electric Cooperative Board of Trustees decides whether to refund capital credits based on the financial health of the cooperative. During some years the co-op may experience high growth in the number of new accounts added, or severe storms may result in the need to spend additional funds to repair lines. Both events might keep member equity low, causing the board to defer any capital credits refunds. For this reason, Washington Electric’s ability to return margins to members in the form of capital credits reflects the cooperative’s strength and financial stability.

DO I LOSE MY CAPITAL CREDITS IN THE YEARS THE CO-OP DECIDES NOT TO MAKE REFUNDS? No. All capital credits from every year members have been served by Washington Electric are maintained until such time as the board refunds them. Prior to this year, Washington Electric refunded all capital credits from 1940 through 1973.

WHAT YEARS WERE REFUNDED IN 2016? Washington Electric will be refunding all the remaining capital credits to members who purchased electricity from the cooperative from 1974-1976.

I DID NOT GET ELECTRIC SERVICE FROM WASHINGTON ELECTRIC DURING THOSE YEARS. WILL I GET ANY REFUND? No. At this time, capital credits will only be made

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HOW OFTEN DO MEMBERS RECEIVE CAPITAL CREDITS? In 2011, the Washington Electric Board of Trustees adopted an official policy stating that in May of each year, the board will decide whether to refund capital credits. When the cooperative is strong enough financially and the member equity levels are high enough, the board directs staff to refund past years’ capital credits. To make this decision, the board relies on information in the co-op’s 10-year financial forecast as well as the co-op’s current operating budget. It is the cooperative’s goal and intent to retire at least one year of capital credits each year whenever financially feasible.

HOW WILL THE REFUND WORK? Members owed capital credits for 1974-1976 who

remain current members of the cooperative received a credit on their bills in the month of December. Any members eligible to receive capital credits who have an unpaid bill with the cooperative will have their capital credits applied to the outstanding balance. Washington Electric can only mail checks to members with valid addresses. Because of postal system changes that have occurred over the years, many of the addresses in our records from that time period are not valid (rural routes, etc.), and some members have moved out of the cooperative’s service territory. Washington Electric will attempt to notify these members for a period of two years by publishing their names in the unclaimed capital credits list in Ohio Cooperative Living. Capital credits not claimed within that two-year period are considered gifts to Washington Electric and are redistributed among current members, as stated in the cooperative’s Code of Regulations.

How Do Capital Credits Work? Because electric co-ops operate at cost, any excess revenues, called margins, are returned to members in the form of capital credits.

Your co-op notifies you of how and when you’ll receive your capital credits retirements.

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Washington Electric’s unclaimed capital credits list The following is a list of members and/or former members who are owed capital credits for their electricity purchases in 1974-1976 for whom the cooperative no longer has a valid mailing address. This publication is the first official notification of unclaimed checks. WEC will also publish this list in the March issue of Ohio Cooperative Living.

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Before you call ….

With more than 2,000 names on this list, Washington Electric anticipates a high volume of inquiries. Because we want to assist our members as efficiently as possible, we ask that you read the following guidelines for claiming retired capital credits: u If your name or your spouse’s name appears on the list, please contact our office. u If you find the name of someone you know, and that person is still alive, please have that person contact our office directly. A. C. MOORE & SONS SALINEVILLE, OH AARON OIL & GAS COMPANY WHEELING, WV ABBOTT, ROBERT WOODSFIELD, OH ADAMS & SON OIL Well SCIO, OH ADAMS, E.S. AMESVILLE, OH ADAMS, GEORGE MARIETTA, OH ADAMS, GEORGE T. SCIO, OH ADAMS, GLADYS E. NEW MATAMORAS, OH ADAR OIL COMPANY NORTH HILLS, CA ADKINS, JOHN N. WHIPPLE, OH AGIN, EMMETT SARAHSVILLE, OH ALBRECHT, ROBERT SARAHSVILLE, OH ALBRIGHT, DENNIE BEVERLY, OH ALEXANDER, CHARLES LEMOYNE, OH ALEXANDER, J. KEITH MARIETTA, OH ALLANSON, O. L. AKRON, OH ALLBERRY, WILLIAM STOCKPORT, OH ALLEN, DANIEL SR. LOWELL, OH ALLEN, M.D. BEVERLY, OH ALLENDER, HUGH MARIETTA, OH ALLENDER, ROBERT MARIETTA, OH ALLISON, EUGENE EAST CANTON, OH ALLOWAY OIL CO NEW MATAMORAS, OH ALMOND, SUSAN WAVERLY, WV ALVEY, WAYNE STOCKPORT, OH AMBROSE, GEORGE J. CLINTON, NY AMERICAN PETROLEUM INC. MARIETTA, OH AMKRAM, RACHEL CAMBRIDGE, OH AMOS, BLAKE WATERTOWN, OH ANDERSON, A.H. WOODSFIELD, OH ANDERSON, JAMES SEMINOLE, FL ANDERSON, KENNETH WATERFORD, OH ANDERSON, NELLIE ZANESVILLE, OH ANDERSON, RAY C. LOWELL, OH ANDERSON, RAYMOND BARLOW, OH ANDRECHT, GERALD E. ZANESVILLE, OH ANGUS, EDWARD NEW MARTINSVILLE, WV ANGUS, JEAN SPRING HILL, FL ANTILL OIL COMPANY RINARD MILLS, OH ANTILL, CHARLES LOWER SALEM, OH ANTILL, GARY BARTLETT, OH ANTILL, HENRY JR. VINCENT, OH A-ONE OIL COMPANY MARIETTA, OH ARBAUGH, FREDERICK LOWELL, OH ARCHER, AUDREY SUMMERFIELD, OH ARCHER, DALE QUAKER CITY, OH ARCHER, DANIEL CALDWELL, OH ARCHER, EUNICE CALDWELL, OH ARCHER, GLEN CALDWELL, OH ARCHER, HOWARD SENECAVILLE, OH

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ARCHER, JOSEPH CALDWELL, OH ARCHER, JOSEPHINE MARIETTA, OH ARCHER, LINDA J. SARAHSVILLE, OH ARCHER, PAUL WOODSFIELD, OH ARCHER, RAY CALDWELL, OH ARCHER, THOMAS A. CALDWELL, OH ARCHIBALD, MACK CALDWELL, OH ARCHIBALD, PATRICK CALDWELL, OH ARMSTRONG, HARRY RINARD MILLS, OH ARNOLD, AMBROSE MARIETTA, OH ARNOLD, DANIEL J. STOCKPORT, OH ARNOLD, HERMAN CALDWELL, OH ARNOLD, HETTIE J. MARIETTA, OH ASH, STEPHEN P. MARIETTA, OH ASHCRAFT, ROGER NEW MATAMORAS, OH AT&T LONG LINES STORE LOUISVILLE, KY AUGENSTEIN, RAY LOWELL, OH AUGENSTEIN, ROBERT G. CALDWELL, OH AULT, WILL CLEVELAND, OH AYERS, H. M. MARIETTA, OH AYERS, KENNETH MACKSBURG, OH AYERS, LOUIE CALDWELL, OH AYERS, MRS. SHERMAN MARIETTA, OH AYERS, ROSALIE SARDIS, OH AZAR, ANTHONY LITTLE HOCKING, OH B & V OIL PRODUCTION HANNIBAL, OH BABCOCK, ROBERT A. RENO, OH BACHELOR, DAYTON MARIETTA, OH BACHELOR, KENNETH STOCKPORT, OH BACHELOR, W. R. MARIETTA, OH BAILEY, KENNETH NEW MATAMORAS, OH BAISDEN, EDDIE DELBARTON, WV BAKER, A.J. LOWER SALEM, OH BAKER, DAVID LOWELL, OH BAKER, FRED A. RENO, OH BAKER, LEWIS MARIETTA, OH BAKER, MABEL LOWER SALEM, OH BAKER, MRS. BERT LOWER SALEM, OH BAKER, RICHARD E. MARIETTA, OH BALDWIN, GEORGE WATERFORD, OH BALL, HENRY WATERFORD, OH BALL, RICHARD R. CALDWELL, OH BALL, VIRGIL E. PARKERSBURG, WV BARKER, HAZEL MILLERSBURG, OH BARLOW OIL & GAS CO NEW MATAMORAS, OH BARLOW, CARL E. MACKSBURG, OH BARNES RUN LT ST. LOUIS, MO BARNES, JAMES LOUISVILLE, OH BARNES, THOMAS RENO, OH BARNETT, CHARLES L. SENECAVILLE, OH

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u If you find the name of someone on this list whom you know to be deceased, we ask that the executor of his/ her estate, or appointed agent, contact the office. We have set up a special phone line for capital credit inquiries. Again, because we expect a high volume of calls, you may need to leave a message. When leaving a message, please provide your name, the name of the person who appeared on the list, your relationship to that person, and a phone number where a member services representative can return your call. The processing of capital credit claims requires a small amount of paperwork. In certain cases, the cooperative’s board of trustees must approve the claim before it can be paid. The board meets once per month. For efficient processing, please follow the above guidelines.

Washington Electric Capital Credits Line 740-885-5922 BARNETT, MABEL WATERFORD, OH BARNHART, CHARLES MARIETTA, OH BARNHART, JESSE STEUBENVILLE, OH BARNHART, RICHARD D. KERNERSVILLE, NC BARNUM, C. TIMOTHY LOWER SALEM, OH BARR, BLAINE CALDWELL, OH BARR, VIRGINIA CAMBRIDGE, OH BARTH, F.H. MARIETTA, OH BARTON, ERNEST VINCENT, OH BARTON, LYNN KODIAK, AK BASIC OIL CO WORTHINGTON, OH BATES, CHARLETT M. SUMMERFIELD, OH BATES, D.W. SARAHSVILLE, OH BATES, EARL H. COSHOCTON, OH BATES, EDGAR CALDWELL, OH BATES, ETTA CALDWELL, OH BATES, LLOYD CALDWELL, OH BATES, RUTH A. SARAHSVILLE, OH BATES, VICTOR CAMBRIDGE, OH BATES, W. S. SENECAVILLE, OH BAUER, JAMES L. SARAHSVILLE, OH BAUER, JOHN A. LOWELL, OH BAUERBACH, RICHARD WATERFORD, OH BAUMGARD OIL CO MARIETTA, OH BAUMGARTNER, GEORGE E. MARIETTA, OH BAXTER, MARY S. COLUMBUS, OH BAYLESS, ORLEN K. NEWPORT, OH BAYLY, MERLIN PLEASANT CITY, OH BEAR RUN UNITED ME CHURCH RENO, OH BEARDMORE & NEWHART WINGETT RUN, OH BEARDMORE, B.H. WINGETT RUN, OH BEARDMORE, DANIEL PARKERSBURG, WV BEARDMORE, ELMER WINGETT RUN, OH BEARDSLEY, MARY J. MARIETTA, OH BEARDSLEY, PAUL FREDERICKTOWN, OH BEAVER OIL CO WOODSFIELD, OH BEAVER, SHIRLEY NEWPORT, OH BECK, BETTY L. MARIETTA, OH BECKER, SAM MARIETTA, OH BECKETT, GEORGE VIENNA, WV BECKETT, LARRY ALBANY, OH BECKETT, RALPH ANTIOCH, OH BEHA, LESTER MARIETTA, OH BEHM, CHARLES JR. WIND RIDGE, PA BELFORD, JOHNSON CANAL FULTON, OH BELSKY, ED MARIETTA, OH BENEDICT, JANE COLUMBUS, OH BENNER, EDDIE CAMBRIDGE, OH BENNER, MARGARET SARAHSVILLE, OH BENNETT, CLYDE E. LOWELL, OH

BENNETT, E. D. CUTLER, OH BENNETT, EDNA LOWELL, OH BENNETT, ROGER D. MARIETTA, OH BENSON, GREGORY MARIETTA, OH BENWOOD OIL COMPANY LEWISVILLE, OH BEREIT, RALPH H. MARIETTA, OH BERG, DAVID MEDINA, OH BERG, DUAINE LOWELL, OH BERG, JOHN C. MARIETTA, OH BERG, KENNETH LOWELL, OH BERGA, FORREST BALTIMORE, MD BERGA, STEVEN C. NEW MATAMORAS, OH BERRYHILL, JACK HEBRON, OH BEST, ELMER WHIPPLE, OH BEST, WILLIAM E. MARIETTA, OH BEST, WILLIAM E. NEW MATAMORAS, OH BETHEL APOSTOLIC TAB CHESTERHILL, OH BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH CALDWELL, OH BETHEL CHRISTIAN NEW MATAMORAS, OH BETTERTON, ARTHUR MARIETTA, OH BETTINGER, GAY LOWER SALEM, OH BETTINGER, GAY D. RENO, OH BETTINGER, RAY CALDWELL, OH BEYMER, MARY CALDWELL, OH BIEDENBACH, STEVE SARAHSVILLE, OH BIEHL, ARTHUR MARIETTA, OH BIEHL, ARTHUR G. MARIETTA, OH BIEHL, DAVID WHIPPLE, OH BIEHL, EDGAR MARIETTA, OH BIEHL, ERNEST LOWELL, OH BIEHL, ROY MARIETTA, OH BIEHL, WILLIAM MARIETTA, OH BIG FOUR DEVELOPMENT MARIETTA, OH BIGLER, HOMER WATERFORD, OH BILROY HOMES, INC. NEW MARTINSVILLE, WV BINEGAR, ELMER LOWELL, OH BINEGAR, EMMETT NEW MATAMORAS, OH BINEGAR, FRANK MARIETTA, OH BINEGAR, JAMES E. MARIETTA, OH BINEGAR, LAWRENCE S. NEW MATAMORAS, OH BINEGAR, LINDA NEWPORT, OH BINEGAR, RICHARD WINGETT RUN, OH BINEGAR, SHARON HANNIBAL, OH BINEGAR, THOMAS MARIETTA, OH BINGHAM LABORATORIES SARAHSVILLE, OH BINGHAM, M. W. WATERTOWN, OH BIOGCO INC LOWELL, OH BIRD, JIMMY L. MARIETTA, OH BIRD, MELVIN LOWER SALEM, OH BIRNBAUM, LOUIS AKRON, OH

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BRYNER, D. W. MARIETTA, OH BUCHANAN, DOLORES F. ZANESVILLE, OH BUCHANAN, GLENNA A. VINCENT, OH BUCHANAN, KENNETH R. JR. MARIETTA, OH BUCK, JAMES RINARD MILLS, OH BUEHL, WESLEY A. POMEROY, OH BUESCHER, W. J. GREENVILLE, MI BUFFINGTON, GARY VINCENT, OH BULL, JAMES LOWELL, OH BURDETTE, BILLIE WHIPPLE, OH BURKE, C. M. WOODSFIELD, OH BURKE, JOE LOWELL, OH BURKHART, JOE MARIETTA, OH BURKHART, WILLIAM LOWELL, OH BURNS, FRANK SARDIS, OH BURNS, GEORGE J. GRAYSVILLE, OH BURNSIDE, CARRIE CALDWELL, OH BURRIS, JERRY MARIETTA, OH BURROWS, JOHN LOWELL, OH BURT, BERNARD STOCKPORT, OH BURT, HAROLD L. JR. BARTLETT, OH BURTON, HERBERT AKRON, OH BUTLER, LARRY CALDWELL, OH BUTLER, VERNA CALDWELL, OH BYER, PAUL R. MARIETTA, OH BYERS, EDMOND MARIETTA, OH CAIN, WILLIAM R. WATERFORD, OH CALDWELL REDI-MIX CALDWELL, OH CALDWELL, J. WILBUR SARAHSVILLE, OH CALE, ALICE W. SENECAVILLE, OH CAMBRIDGE SAVINGS & LOAN CAMBRIDGE, OH CAMDEN, JAMES S. FLEMING, OH CAMDEN, MIKE LOWER SALEM, OH CAMPBELL, GORDON J. LOWELL, OH CAMPBELL, MCKIE MARIETTA, OH CAMPBELL, WANDA FREEMONT, OH CARLSON, CONNIE MARIETTA, OH CARPENTER, CHARLES MARIETTA, OH CARPENTER, ISHMAEL MARIETTA, OH CARPENTER, JOSEPH L. MOUNDSVILLE, WV CARPENTER, MARY M. SARDIS, OH CARR, MARY NEW MATAMORAS, OH CARR, RALPH SARDIS, OH CARTENUTO, ALBERT COMMERCE TOWNSHIP, MI CARTER, JAMES WILLIAMSTOWN, WV CARTER, WILLIAM T. CALDWELL, OH CASE, JERRY CALDWELL, OH CASTIN, JOHN MARIETTA, OH CASTO, MARK A. LOWELL, OH CATS CREEK OIL CO BEVERLY, OH CECIL, GARY CALDWELL, OH CEDAR RIDGE ME CHURCH LOWELL, OH CENTER MEMORIAL CHURCH WATERFORD, OH CF CRUM CONSTRUCTION CO WOODSFIELD, OH CHAMBERLIN, DON MARIETTA, OH CHAMBLIN, CARL MARIETTA, OH CHANDLER, ALPHA M. LOWELL, OH CHANDLER, EDITH MARIETTA, OH CHANDLER, G. R. DEXTER CITY, OH CHANDLER, LILA B. DEXTER CITY, OH CHANNELL, KENNETH CAMBRIDGE, OH CHANNELL, KENNETH L. CAMBRIDGE, OH CHAPMAN, CLARENCE CHILLICOTHE, OH CHAPMAN, FRANCIS LOWER SALEM, OH CHAPMAN, JAMES A. CALDWELL, OH CHAPMAN, MICHAEL J. SYRACUSE, NY CHAPMAN, RUTH LOWER SALEM, OH CHATHAM, LARRY CALDWELL, OH CHEESEMAN, OREN E. PROCTORVILLE, OH CHEL FARM MARIETTA, OH CHIMLEY, JOSEPH SHADYSIDE, OH CHRISTMAN, WALTER CALDWELL, OH CHRISTMAS, LINDA CALDWELL, OH CHRISTMAS, THOMAS E. CALDWELL, OH CHRISTY, GLEN D. GRAYSVILLE, OH CHRISTY, R. M. WOODSFIELD, OH CHURCH, FRANK SENECAVILLE, OH CIKRA, ALDER DOYLESTOWN, OH CLARK GIFTS & CRAFTS GRAYSVILLE, OH CLARK, ALVA COLUMBUS, OH CLARK, CHARLES SATELLITE BEACH, FL CLARK, CHARLES H. WOODSFIELD, OH CLARK, CHESTER LOWELL, OH CLARK, DAVID E. CUTLER, OH CLARK, DAVID L. CUMBERLAND, OH CLARK, ELDON D. CALDWELL, OH CLARK, HAROLD COLUMBUS, OH CLARK, HARRY SARAHSVILLE, OH CLARK, LLOYD CALDWELL, OH CLARK, PATRICIA MARIETTA, OH

CLARK, RAYMOND DELAWARE, OH CLARK, RUBY L. LOWER SALEM, OH CLARK, STEPHEN SARAHSVILLE, OH CLARK, TIM SUMMERFIELD, OH CLARK, WILMA BEVERLY, OH CLAUGUS, DALE CARNEGIE, PA CLEGG, ROY G. SR. SARDIS, OH CLEVELAND, MRS. O.B. LEWISVILLE, OH CLIFT, DAVID GRAYSVILLE, OH CLIFT, FRANK NEW MATAMORAS, OH CLIFT, GEORGE ELYRIA, OH CLINE, ALONZO NEW MATAMORAS, OH CLINE, B. E. RITTMAN, OH CLINE, BERNICE L. NEW MATAMORAS, OH CLINE, DOYLE RITTMAN, OH CLINE, ED COLUMBUS, OH CLINE, EDWARD I. COLUMBUS, OH CLINE, ESTLE WOODSFIELD, OH CLINE, JAMES B. NEWPORT, OH CLINE, KENNETH LEWISVILLE, OH CLINE, LARRY D. AKRON, OH CLINE, PAUL UNIONTOWN, OH CLINE, PAUL C. LOWER SALEM, OH CLINE, ROBERT LOWER SALEM, OH CLINE, WILEY D. NEW MATAMORAS, OH CLINE, WILLIAM C. GRAYSVILLE, OH CLINTON OIL CO RINARD MILLS, OH CLOSE, GOLDIE COLUMBUS, OH CLOSE, JAMES L. WATERFORD, OH CLUTTER, HAZEL NEW MATAMORAS, OH CODY, BARBARA K. WHIPPLE, OH COE, LESTER STOCKPORT, OH COE, LEWIS W. SPRINGFIELD, OH COE, T. J. STOCKPORT, OH COLLETTI, BARBARA MACKSBURG, OH COMMUNITY CHURCH CAMBRIDGE, OH COMPLETE HOMES INC. MARIETTA, OH CONDO-MOBILE # 8 TORONTO, OH CONGLETON, H.J. MARIETTA, OH CONLEY, ISADORE SARDIS, OH CONLEY, OSCAR SARDIS, OH CONN, WILLIAM CALDWELL, OH CONNER, ALTA B. MARIETTA, OH CONNER, DON MINERAL WELLS, WV CONNER, GEORGE SARAHSVILLE, OH CONNER, SHERRI SARAHSVILLE, OH CONNOLLY, TERENCE D. CALDWELL, OH CONRAD, CLINTON NEW MATAMORAS, OH CONSTABLE, JEANETTE MARIETTA, OH CONWAY, BERNITA CHARLOTTE, NC COOK, ARGLE BEAVER, WV COOK, CHARLES H. MARIETTA, OH COOK, ERNEST NEW MATAMORAS, OH COOK, HOMER LOWER SALEM, OH COOK, R. G. NEW MATAMORAS, OH COOK, SAMUEL R. LOWELL, OH COOKE, E.W. MARIETTA, OH COOKE, THOMAS W. LATTIMORE, NC COOPER, CLAYTON E. AKRON, OH CORBETT, PAUL P. COLUMBUS, OH CORNER, GARY R. WESTVILLE, OH CORNES, HARVEY WATERFORD, OH CORY, JAMES WHIPPLE, OH COSGRIFF & TILTON LOWELL, OH COSS, CONNIE MARIETTA, OH COSS, W. R. GRAYSVILLE, OH COUGHLIN, FRANK MARIETTA, OH COURTNEY, GIL NEW MATAMORAS, OH COVE OIL CO MARIETTA, OH COX, JOHN MARIETTA, OH COZZENS, IRENE WILLIAMSTOWN, WV CRAIG, GRACE SUMMERFIELD, OH CRAWFORD, KENNETH R. WATERFORD, OH CRAWFORD, ROBERT D. SARDIS, OH CREIGHTON MACHINE CO. NEW MATAMORAS, OH CRITCHER, MARY MARIETTA, OH CRITES, SPURGEON LOWELL, OH CROCK, A.J. CALDWELL, OH CROCK, RAY CALDWELL, OH CRONIN, RONALD E. BELPRE, OH CROSBY, PHILIP WEST SALEM, OH CROSS, JUDY BARNESVILLE, OH CROSTON, CLARENCE NORTH OLMSTED, OH CROSTON, ETHEL CHESTERHILL, OH CROSTON, RUFUS CHESTERHILL, OH CROW, RUTH MARIETTA, OH CRUM, C. A. STAFFORD, OH CRUM, JAMES E. SR. WHIPPLE, OH CRUM, LEO CALDWELL, OH CUB RUN OIL CO MARIETTA, OH

CULLEN, P. D. RENO, OH CUMMINGS, RALPH D. LOWELL, OH CUNNINGHAM, DAVID CUTLER, OH CUNNINGHAM, FORD MARIETTA, OH CUNNINGHAM, HARVEY E. MARIETTA, OH CURRY, ETHEL MALAGA, OH CURRY, R. E. SENECAVILLE, OH CUSTER, BOYD FROSTPROOF, FL CUSTER, WILMER B. STOCKPORT, OH DALRYMPLE, JAMES WOODSFIELD, OH DALRYMPLE, LARRY RINARD MILLS, OH DALTON, LORENA LOWELL, OH DAMICO, LOUIS WHIPPLE, OH DANIELS, MARGARET MARIETTA, OH DANIELSON, DAYTON CANTON, OH DANKU, KENNETH TIPP CITY, OH DANVER, RICHARD JR. NEW MATAMORAS, OH DART GOSPEL CHURCH RENO, OH DAUGHERTY, RONNIE NEW MATAMORAS, OH DAVIDSON, KENDA NEWPORT, OH DAVIS, BARABAR M. SARAHSVILLE, OH DAVIS, BILLY DEXTER CITY, OH DAVIS, BLANCHE LOWELL, OH DAVIS, CAROLINE CALDWELL, OH DAVIS, CARR CANFIELD, OH DAVIS, CONNIE STOCKPORT, OH DAVIS, ETHEL BEVERLY, OH DAVIS, INA CALDWELL, OH DAVIS, JOHN FLEMING, OH DAVIS, JOHN N. LOWELL, OH DAVIS, LIDA R. CALDWELL, OH DAVIS, MABEL COLUMBUS, OH DAVIS, MARTHA CALDWELL, OH DAVIS, MERLIN RAVENDEN, AR DAVIS, RANDELL L. WASHINGTON, VA DAVIS, RAYMOND W. SR. BEVERLY, OH DAVIS, RUSSELL MCCONNELSVILLE, OH DAVIS, SAM ASHVILLE, NC DAVIS, SARAH L. CANTON, OH DAVIS, SHIRLEY D. NEWPORT, OH DAVIS, TIM WHIPPLE, OH DAVIS, VIRGIL E. LOWELL, OH DAVIS, WILBUR CHRISTIANSBURG, OH DAWSON, LAWRENCE F. JR. MARIETTA, OH DAY, DAVID L. MARIETTA, OH DEAL, SAM M. LITTLE HOCKING, OH DEBERRY, CHESTER C. MACKSBURG, OH DEBERRY, CURTIS C. MACKSBURG, OH DECKER, BONNIE FLEMING, OH DECKER, LANCE MARIETTA, OH DEEM, RAY E. MACKSBURG, OH DEEM, RICHARD LOWELL, OH DEGAMORE, JOHN MARIETTA, OH DELANCEY, DAVID B. LOWER SALEM, OH DELANEY, E. W. EAST LIVERPOOL, OH DELONG, JOSIE O. RINARD MILLS, OH DELONG, VANCE SENECAVILLE, OH DENNIS, DELMER MARIETTA, OH DENNIS, J. L. NEW MATAMORAS, OH DENNIS, MELVIN LOWER SALEM, OH DENNIS, ROBERT MARIETTA, OH DENNIS, TERRY LOWER SALEM, OH DENNIS, WALTER MARIETTA, OH DENTON, JON MARIETTA, OH DENTON, PAUL F. JR. MARIETTA, OH DENTON, THEODORE W. MARIETTA, OH DEPUY & BOWERSOCK RENO, OH DEPUY, DALE MARIETTA, OH DETWEILER, TOM SENECAVILLE, OH DEUCHER, ISABELLE NEW CUMBERLAND, WV DEVOL, VELDA WATERFORD, OH DEVOLLD, AMY DEXTER CITY, OH DEW, WILLIAM E. MARTINS FERRY, OH DI BIAS, NANCY RENO, OH DICK, RONALD FLEMING, OH DILLON, CLAYTON NEW MATAMORAS, OH DIMMERLING, CHARLES LEWISVILLE, OH DIMMERLING, NORMAN CALDWELL, OH DOBBIN, CLYDE A. MACKSBURG, OH DOBBINS, MRS. SHIRLEY AMESVILLE, OH DOBBINS, WALTER LOWELL, OH DOBBINS, WILLIAM MARIETTA, OH DODRILL, CARL MALTA, OH DOERING, LEWIS G. NORTH RIDGEVILLE, OH DON EL PALLETT CO CALDWELL, OH DONAHUE, THOMAS E. WATERFORD, OH DORNBUSCH, W. N. NAPLES, FL DOUGHERTY, MARK LEWISVILLE, OH DOUGLAS, CARL R. WATERTOWN, OH DOUGLAS, JOHN MARIETTA, OH

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FETZER, KATHY S. SARDIS, OH FEUCHT, HARRIET BELPRE, OH FICKEISEN, R. D. MARIETTA, OH FIER, JAMES R. AKRON, OH FILIPOW, LOUIS MARIETTA, OH FINCH, RAY LOWELL, OH FINELY, HAZEL MARIETTA, OH FINKEL, CHARLES WATERFORD, OH FISHER, BILLY VINCENT, OH FISHER, CARRIE STOCKPORT, OH FISHER, IVA ZANESVILLE, OH FITZGERALD, H.W. SUMMERFIELD, OH FLAG CREEK TWP HOUSE LOWER SALEM, OH FLANNERY, JAMES K. II MARIETTA, OH FLEEMAN, HENRY LOWER SALEM, OH FLEEMAN, LESTER LOWER SALEM, OH FLEEMAN, PHIL L. CALDWELL, OH FLEMING, DEAN LOWELL, OH FLEMING, HARRY MARIETTA, OH FLIEHMAN, ROBERT CALDWELL, OH FLORENCE, ROBERT BEVERLY, OH FLUHARTY, CARL SARDIS, OH FOGLE, CHARLES D. FLEMING, OH FOGLE, DONNA BEVERLY, OH FOGLE, JOHN DEXTER CITY, OH FOGLE, LEE ZANESVILLE, OH FOGLE, LEE D. LOWER SALEM, OH FOGLE, RAYMOND AVA, OH FORAKER, CARL BREMAN, OH FORAKER, JENNIE E. RAVENNA, OH FOREMAN, JOHN CALDWELL, OH FORRRESTER, LAYMOND PENNSBORO, WV FORSHEY, JOHN W. CAMBRIDGE, MA FORSHEY, LAWRENCE SENECAVILLE, OH FOUTTY, GEORGE A. NEW MATAMORAS, OH FOWLER, SHERRY L. ALBANY, OH FOX, OTTO L. MARIETTA, OH FOX, WILLIAM F. WINGETT RUN, OH FOX, WILLIAM J. WINGETT RUN, OH FRAKES, KENNETH SENECAVILLE, OH FRANCIS, CLARENCE NEW MATAMORAS, OH FRANCIS, LEONARD E. LOWELL, OH FRANK, JOHN CALDWELL, OH FRANKEL, NEIL WHIPPLE, OH FRASURE, WOODROW RINARD MILLS, OH FREDERICKSDALE CHURCH SARAHSVILLE, OH FREELAND, KEITH GROVE CITY, OH FREELAND, MYRNA FLEMING, OH FREILICH, ANTHONY AKRON, OH FRIEND, BUZZIE VINCENT, OH FRISHNEY, DOYLE CALDWELL, OH FRONTIER VACATION LAND SPRINGFIELD, MO FRYE, EVERETT MCCONNELSVILLE, OH FULMER, ROBERT H. MARIETTA, OH FULTON, G. M. MACKSBURG, OH FULTON, HERBERT MARIETTA, OH FULTON, LESLIE L. MARIETTA, OH FULTON, ROGER LOWER SALEM, OH FULTS, FRANK GAITHERSBURG, MD FUNK, GARY KISSIMMEE, FL G & W OIL & GAS CO GRAYSVILLE, OH GALLAGHER, C. N. MARIETTA, OH GALLICK, CONNIE MARIETTA, OH GALLOWAY, DOUGLAS CAMBRIDGE, OH GALLOWAY, RICHARD CANTON, OH GAMBOA, MERCEDE C. CLARENDON HILLS, IL GANDOR, GEORGE MARIETTA, OH GANNON, JOHN AKRON, OH GARDNER, DON LOWELL, OH GARDNER, ESTHER WOODSFIELD, OH GARDNER, JOE GRAYSVILLE, OH GARDNER, LINDA MARIETTA, OH GARRETT, STEVE MARIETTA, OH GASKINS, DANIEL MARIETTA, OH GATES, DENZIL C. CLARINGTON, OH GAYDOS, ROBERT DEXTER CITY, OH GEDEON, ANNA HINCKLEY, OH GENIELLA, MARTHA SARAHSVILLE, OH GENIELLA, WILLIAM B. SARAHSVILLE, OH GEORGIANA OIL CO. MARIETTA, OH GERKEN, ELSIE MARIETTA, OH GERSTENSLAGER, IRA LEGGETT, TX GESSEL, KENNETH M. CANTON, OH GIBLON, CHARLES JR. STEUBENVILLE, OH GIBSON, E. P. BELPRE, OH GIBSON, JUANITA COLUMBUS, OH GIFFIN, LESLIE R. JR. MILLFIELD, OH GILDOW, CHARLES MARIETTA, OH GILDOW, EDWARD BELLE VALLEY, OH GILDOW, RONALD LOWER SALEM, OH

GILL, JAMES PATASKALA, OH GINN, ESTHER PLEASANT CITY, OH GINTHER, D. A. WATERFORD, OH GINTHER, DELBERT WATERFORD, OH GLADY VALLEY MINERAL SUMMERFIELD, OH GLASS, ALFRED CAMBRIDGE, OH GLASS, HELEN L. LOWELL, OH GLIDDEN, JOE CALDWELL, OH GLIDDEN, ROBERT L. CALDWELL, OH GODDARD, CORA NEWPORT, OH GODDARD, ROBERT MARIETTA, OH GOINS, LYLE CHESTERHILL, OH GOINS, MALCOM D. CANTON, OH GOINS, MANUEL WINGETT RUN, OH GOLDEN, PHILLIP SARAHSVILLE, OH GOOD, DOUGLAS DAYTON, OH GOOD, ESTELLA M. STEUBENVILLE, OH GORMAN, CARL CLEVELAND, OH GORRELL, ARTHUR MARIETTA, OH GOUGH, PAUL AMESVILLE, OH GOULD CHURCH MARIETTA, OH GRACE, DORA SCIO, OH GRAHAM & KNOWLTON PUMP WOODSFIELD, OH GRAHAM, EDDIE SARDIS, OH GRAHAM, J. F. MARIETTA, OH GRAHAM, JAMES B. LOWELL, OH GRAHAM, NEAL JEFFREY MARIETTA, OH GRAHAM, WILLIAM R. MINERAL WELLS, WV GRAHAME, HENRY SR. NEWPORT, OH GRATKE, PAUL WATERFORD, OH GREATHOUSE, O. L. AMESVILLE, OH GREEN, JOHN BETHESDA, OH GREEN, LOWELL A. PROSPECT, OH GREEN, VERNON CALDWELL, OH GREEN, VIRGIL CALDWELL, OH GREENHOE, KEVIN DEXTER CITY, OH GREENLEES, WILLIAM C. MARIETTA, OH GREGORY, RONALD BUFFALO, OH GREIG, ROBERT WINGETT RUN, OH GRIFFIN, BRUCE MARIETTA, OH GRIFFIN, GREGORY D. WHIPPLE, OH GRIFFIN, JAMES D. MARIETTA, OH GRIFFIN, NORVAL MARIETTA, OH GRIFFIN, R. E. RINARD MILLS, OH GRIFFITH, LOUIS M. ST. CLAIRSVILLE, OH GRIMES & MCVEY NEW MATAMORAS, OH GRIMES, HENRY CALDWELL, OH GRIMM, IRVE JR. WOODSFIELD, OH GRIMM, RICHARD A. MARIETTA, OH GROGG, W. S. RINARD MILLS, OH GROSKLOS, RILL L. CUTLER, OH GROSZ, C. WILLIAM LOWELL, OH GROSZ, CLARENCE W. SAINT MATTHEWS, SC GROVES, DALE V. NEW CONCORD, OH GROVES, MORRIS PLEASANT CITY, OH GROVES, RONALD E. CALDWELL, OH GUERNSEY LIMESTONE CO MARIETTA, OH GUILER, EDGAR MARIETTA, OH GUILER, HOMER GAHANNA, OH GUILER, HOWARD L. SARAHSVILLE, OH GUILER, KENNETH CALDWELL, OH GUNNELS, ARNOLD CALDWELL, OH GUTBERLET, LEROY WATERFORD, OH H & C OIL CO MARIETTA, OH H OPERATING COMPANY LOWELL, OH HACKATHORN, ELEANOR TALLMADGE, OH HAGA, EUGENE CALDWELL, OH HAGA, JAMES E. HEMPSTEAD, TX HAGUE, JAMES R. COLUMBUS, OH HAINES, ROY BEVERLY, OH HAISLET, CHARLES W. HOPEDALE, OH HALE, H. R. N. CANTON, OH HALE, HOWARD S. CANAL FULTON, OH HALE, LELAND G. STOCKPORT, OH HALL, BOBBI SENECAVILLE, OH HALL, C. E. LOWER SALEM, OH HALL, H. DAVID ST. CLAIRSVILLE, OH HALL, JANICE CUTLER, OH HALL, LAURA MAE WINGETT RUN, OH HALL, RALPH E. NEW MATAMORAS, OH HALL, ROBERT L. PARKERSBURG, WV HALL, STEVEN PLEASANT CITY, OH HALLS CHAPEL CHURCH WINGETT RUN, OH HAMMOND, WILLIAM MARIETTA, OH HANES, HOMER MARIETTA, OH HANLON, W. O. COLUMBUS, OH HANNING, ROBERT L. MARIETTA, OH HANNUM, MARY CALDWELL, OH HANSON, DALE BEVERLY, OH HARDEN, L. J. JR. GALLIPOLIS, OH

HARDESTY, MYRTLE CALDWELL, OH HARMON, CLAUDE CALDWELL, OH HARMON, GILBERT FLY, OH HARMON, GORDON L. CUTLER, OH HARMON, HARRY C. CUTLER, OH HARMON, OCIE WATERFORD, OH HAROLD, DONALD CALDWELL, OH HARPER BROS PUMP STATION DEXTER CITY, OH HARPER, ETHEL CALDWELL, OH HARPER, JAMES M. RADFORD, VA HARPER, M. L. DEXTER CITY, OH HARPER, WAYNE CALDWELL, OH HARRA, JOHNNY WATERFORD, OH HARRIMAN, FLOYD LOWER SALEM, OH HARRINGTON, PAT ZANESVILLE, OH HARRIS, ALMA NEW MATAMORAS, OH HARRIS, CALVIN NEWPORT, OH HARRIS, DONALD BOWLING GREEN, KY HARRIS, LARRY MARIETTA, OH HART, CLARA L. MURRAYSVILLE, WV HART, DONALD J. LOWELL, OH HART, ELTON D. BEVERLY, OH HART, RICHARD E. LOWELL, OH HARTLEY, CECIL MCCONNELSVILLE, OH HARTLINE, JACK I. CANTON, OH HARTLINE, KENNETH MARIETTA, OH HARTMAN, JOE SARDIS, OH HARTSHORN, DENZIL WINGETT RUN, OH HARVEY, ELIZABETH P. PONCHATOULA, LA HASBROUCK, ST. CLAIR BARNESVILLE, OH HASLEY, DAVID L. MARIETTA, OH HASLEY, L. L. MARIETTA, OH HAUGHT, ARTHUR MARIETTA, OH HAUGHT, C. L. NEW MATAMORAS, OH HAUGHT, CHARLES MARIETTA, OH HAUGHT, HELEN MARIETTA, OH HAWK, WILLIAM MURRAY CITY, OH HAWKINS OIL CO MARIETTA, OH HAWKINS, GEORGE MOUNT STERLING, OH HAWKINS, JONATHAN M. LOWER SALEM, OH HAWN, STEPHEN TROUTVILLE, VA HAWN, WILLIAM BEALLSVILLE, OH HAYHURST, WILLIAM MAGNOLIA, OH HAYNES, FRED NEWPORT, OH HAYNES, THELMA F. CUTLER, OH HAYTH, GEORGE WHIPPLE, OH HEADLEE, LAVON MARIETTA, OH HEARN, R. O. CUMBERLAND, OH HEASLEY, WILLIAM KENT, OH HEDDLESTON, GRACE E. AKRON, OH HEDGER, RUTH CALDWELL, OH HEGEDUS, JOHN MARIETTA, OH HEISLER, C. A. COLUMBUS, OH HEISS, ALETHEA BEVERLY, OH HEISS, F. J. WATERFORD, OH HELBERT GAS & OIL CO LOWELL, OH HELDMAN, HARRY MARIETTA, OH HELDMAN, OTTO M. MARIETTA, OH HELLER, WILLARD E. NORTON, OH HELMICK, C. H. MARIETTA, OH HENDERSHOT, AMOS SR. NEW MATAMORAS, OH HENDERSHOT, DALE L. LOWER SALEM, OH HENDERSHOT, FLOYD CALDWELL, OH HENDERSHOT, GALE LOWELL, OH HENDERSHOT, KENNETH CALDWELL, OH HENDERSHOT, OLIVER LOWER SALEM, OH HENDERSHOT, RALPH MARIETTA, OH HENDERSHOT, WILBERT MARIETTA, OH HENKEL, LOUIS YOUNGSTOWN, OH HENNINGER, CLIFFORD J. LOWELL, OH HENRIE, JAMES WILLIAMSTOWN, WV HENRY, ELDRIS MARIETTA, OH HENSEL, BONNIE NEW MATAMORAS, OH HENSEL, HAROLD NEW MATAMORAS, OH HENSEL, MILDRED NEW MATAMORAS, OH HENSLE, MARY M. NEW MATAMORAS, OH HENTHORN, GEORGIA NEW MATAMORAS, OH HENTHORN, LAWERENCE E. LOWER SALEM, OH HENTHORNE, LARRY D. WATERFORD, OH HENTHORNE, MELVIN BEVERLY, OH HENTHORNE, MELVIN SARDIS, OH HESKETT, DAVID BEVERLY, OH HESLOP, DONALD MARIETTA, OH HESSON, ANNA NEWPORT, OH HESSON, CHARLES W. NEWPORT, OH HESSON, MABEL MARIETTA, OH HESSON, ORIE PARKERSBURG, WV HETRICK, PAUL M. MACKSBURG, OH HEWITT, HERMAN AKRON, OH HICKMAN, DONALD R. CALDWELL, OH

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HICKMAN, LENORE MARIETTA, OH HICKMAN, MILDRED L. CALDWELL, OH HICKORY OIL CO LOWER SALEM, OH HIGHMAN, IRENE GRAYSVILLE, OH HILL, DAVID CALDWELL, OH HILL, DAVID MARIETTA, OH HILL, E. E. MARIETTA, OH HILL, ERNEST VINCENT, OH HILL, FORD E. NEW MATAMORAS, OH HILL, GLEN SUMMERFIELD, OH HILL, GUY CHESTERHILL, OH HILL, JAMES CHESTERHILL, OH HILL, RAYMOND SARAHSVILLE, OH HILL, VERA CUTLER, OH HILLE, R. R. MARIETTA, OH HILLYER, CLARENCE SR. SENECAVILLE, OH HINES & CRUM GRAYSVILLE, OH HINES CHAPEL CHURCH GRAYSVILLE, OH HINES, LELAND LEWISVILLE, OH HINES, LONNIE WOODSFIELD, OH HINES, WILLIAM T. LEWISVILLE, OH HINTON, ESTHER M. LOWELL, OH HINTON, MARIA N. LOWELL, OH HINTON, MICHAEL P. SR. LOWELL, OH HINTON, NEIL E. MARIETTA, OH HINTON, ROBERT F. MARIETTA, OH HISSOM, NOLA WOODSFIELD, OH HNATIUK, M. W. SENECAVILLE, OH HOBBS, JOSEPH F. PIQUA, OH HOCKENBERRY, CLIFFORD F. BEVERLY, OH HOCKENBERRY, JAMES LOWER SALEM, OH HODGE, WILLIAM SR. GLENDALE, AZ HODGEMAN, BRYAN S. JR. LOWER SALEM, OH HOFFMAN, BURTON MARIETTA, OH HOGUE, DALTON WOODSFIELD, OH HOGUE, F. S. WOODSFIELD, OH HOHMAN, BERNARD CALDWELL, OH HOLCOMB, PAUL R. CHESTERHILL, OH HOLKZENA, DAVID R. LOWER SALEM, OH HOLLABAUGH, GEORGE PLEASANT CITY, OH HOLLAND, DENZIL ST. MARYS, WV HOLLAND & HOLLAND ST. MARYS, WV HOLLAND, GARY L. RINARD MILLS, OH HOLLAND, H. E. RINARD MILLS, OH HOLLENBECK, J. R. HANNIBAL, OH HOLPP, GLORIA GRAYSVILLE, OH HOLSCHU, SHIRLEY MARIETTA, OH HOMESTEAD RESTAURANT CALDWELL, OH HOOVER, EDNA MAE STOCKPORT, OH HOPEWELL UM CHURCH RINARD MILLS, OH HOPKINS, DEAN CALDWELL, OH HORTON, MARY ANN LOWER SALEM, OH HOSKINS, JOSEPH JR. WOODSFIELD, OH HOSKINSON, ALICE POWHATAN POINT, OH HOSKINSON, FRANK SARDIS, OH HOSKINSON, GARY VANCE, AL HOSTATA, JOHN W. SHADYSIDE, OH HOUCK, JOHN W. MARIETTA, OH HOUSTON, WILLIAM A. SUMMERFIELD, OH HOWELL, BURL GRAYSVILLE, OH HOWELL, DONALD A. II MARIETTA, OH HUBBARD, LAWRENCE WOODSFIELD, OH HUCK, ALBERT J. LOWELL, OH HUFF, MARJORIE A. SARDIS, OH HUFFMAN, BARBARA A. MARIETTA, OH HUFFMAN, HAROLD SARDIS, OH HUFFMAN, RAY SARDIS, OH HUGHES, DEBBIE MARIETTA, OH HUGHES, EVAN MARIETTA, OH HUGHES, JOHN LOWELL, OH HUGHES, LOTIS WATERFORD, OH HULFACHOR, HAROLD CALDWELL, OH HULLS, HERBERT LOWER SALEM, OH HUNE, E. T. MARIETTA, OH HUPP, BEDA CALDWELL, OH HUPP, CLARENCE E. BEVERLY, OH HUPP, GUY BEVERLY, OH HUPP, MINNIE H. DEXTER CITY, OH HUSHION, JOHN LOWELL, OH HUTCHINS, E. J. CALDWELL, OH HVIZDAK, JOHN POWHATAN POINT, OH IRVIN, WILLIAM C. CALDWELL, OH IRWIN, JAMES MARIETTA, OH J & L OIL MARIETTA, OH J & S. OIL COMPANY MARIETTA, OH JACKSON, BRADY SARDIS, OH JACKSON, C. R. MARIETTA, OH JACKSON, GERALD S. N. CANTON, OH JACKSON, KENNETH E. MARIETTA, OH JACOBS, DANIEL W. WOODSFIELD, OH

JAMES, CODY E. JR. RENO, OH JANKS, NONA E. FLEMING, OH JAUMAN, ROLAND CLINTON, OH JEFFERS, H. B. RENO, OH JENKINS, OSCAR E. FALLS CHURCH, VA JENNIE MAE CLUB LEWISVILLE, OH JENSON, LOUIS P. LOWER SALEM, OH JERICHO BIBLE CHURCH GRAYSVILLE, OH JETT, KEVIN MARIETTA, OH J-MET INC WOODSFIELD, OH JOE SKINNER CONSTRUCTION CO BELLE VALLEY, OH JOHNSON, CLARENCE W. WATER JOHNSON, DONALD D. CUYAHOGA FALLS, OH JOHNSON, GARNET SOMERSET, OH JOHNSON, GARY WATERFORD, OH JOHNSON, GOLDIE FRAZEYSBURG, OH JOHNSON, H. K. AMESVILLE, OH JOHNSON, JAMES NEW MATAMORAS, OH JOHNSON, JAMES E. NEWPORT, OH JOHNSON, JAMES R. MARIETTA, OH JOHNSON, MILDRED C. MACKSBURG, OH JOHNSON, RAYMOND STOCKPORT, OH JOHNSON, THOMAS L. CLARINGTON, OH JONES, DAVID KIMBOLTON, OH JONES, FRANKLIN E. MARIETTA, OH JONES, LOLA RINARD MILLS, OH JONES, PAUL RENO, OH JONES, WILBUR D. JR. FLEMING, OH JORDAN, GEORGE M. CALDWELL, OH JORDAN, PAUL CALDWELL, OH JORDAN, RICHARD BEVERLY, OH JOY, MERLE NEW MATAMORAS, OH KALEM OIL & GAS CO. NEWPORT, OH KALEM, GEORGE J. NEW MATAMORAS, OH KARCHER, MARGARET MARIETTA, OH KARTMAN, SHIRLEY M. WHEELING, WV KEARNS, DAVID G. WATERFORD, OH KEFFER, KENNETH MARIETTA, OH KEHL, R. C. MARIETTA, OH KELBY, A. C. MARIETTA, OH KELLEY, JOHN COSHOCTON, OH KELLY, EVELYN M. SARAHSVILLE, OH KEMP, DONNA BLEMONT, WV KENEY, ETHEL BARTLETT, OH KENEY, MYRON MARIETTA, OH KENEY, RUTH M. MARIETTA, OH KENEY, W. C. BROOKSVILLE, FL KENNEDY, HARVEY R. JR. SARDIS, OH KENNEDY, W. H. CALDWELL, OH KENNEY, DEBORAH CUTLER, OH KENYON, HENRY MARIETTA, OH KERNS, EMMET E. GRAYSVILLE, OH KERSTETTER, C. R. BARNESVILLE, OH KESSELRING, HARRY E. JR. MARIETTA, OH KHUNE, JAMES CALDWELL, OH KIDD, HELEN CADIZ, OH KIGGANS, DOUGLAS M. WILLIAMSTOWN, WV KIGGANS, ROBERT G. JR. LOWELL, OH KILE, ROBERT C. LOWELL, OH KILROY, JOHN BELPRE, OH KIMBALL, ADDIE M. VINCENT, OH KINCAID, WILLIE BEVERLY, OH KINDALL, R. T. BEVERLY, OH KINDLE, GEORGE GRAYSVILLE, OH KING, ADA A. CANTON, OH KING, DUANE CALDWELL, OH KING, HAROLD E. CALDWELL, OH KING, MARY A. CUTLER, OH KIRBY, HENRY H. SHADYSIDE, OH KIRK, GEORGE CALDWELL, OH KIRK, JOHN D. BARNESVILLE, OH KIRKBRIDE, ALVIN SARAHSVILLE, OH KIRKBRIDE, PAUL SARAHSVILLE, OH KITTS, CLARENCE MARIETTA, OH KLENIK, RALPH L. JR. MARIETTA, OH KLINTWORTH, MERLE SILVER SPRINGS, FL KLOET, STANLEY CUTLER, OH KNICELY, LARRY CLAYSVILLE, OH KNIGHT, DONNA MARIETTA, OH KNIGHT, TROY JR. MARIETTA, OH KNISLEY, CECIL LOWELL, OH KNISLEY, JAMES CAMBRIDGE, OH KNOB GAS CO. MARIETTA, OH KNOB OIL COMPANY, MARIETTA, OH KNOCH, GERORGE WHIPPLE, OH KNOTTS, CECIL NEW MILTON, WV KNOWLTON, LORN MANSFIELD, OH KOHER, CHARLES E. NEW MATAMORAS, OH KOHER, CHARLES E. SARDIS, OH KOHER, ESTHER NEW MATAMORAS, OH

KOON, IRA COLUMBUS, OH KOONS, SHERMAN LOWER SALEM, OH KORNER, WILLIAM ATHENS, OH KOSTELNIK, EVELYN MARIETTA, OH KUHN, BETTY GRAYSVILLE, OH KUHN, EARL RINARD MILLS, OH KUKULKA, STANLEY LOWELL, OH KULI, MIKE WILMINGTON, OH KUNSMAN, WILLIAM R. LITTLE HOCKING, OH KUNZ, THOMAS LOWER SALEM, OH L & K OIL CO MARIETTA, OH L. J. HARDEN III SARAHSVILLE, OH L. R. DIEST & SON BEVERLY, OH LABARRE, N. M. MARIETTA, OH LAFERRIERE, ANN CUTLER, OH LALLATHIN, GARRY EST RICHMOND, OH LAMBERT, JERALD O. LOWELL, OH LAMBERT, NELSON CUTLER, OH LANDAKER, IRENE CALDWELL, OH LANDIS, JAMES NEW MATAMORAS, OH LANDIS, MARY E. GRAYSVILLE, OH LANG, PATRICK J. MARIETTA, OH LANGE, ALFRED JR. LAKEWOOD, OH LANTRY, CHARLES M. JR. LONGWOOD, FL LANTZ, DENNIS CUMBERLAND, OH LANTZ, WILIAM M. LOWER SALEM, OH LARGENT, BEN GRAYSVILLE, OH LARRABEE, KAREN MARIETTA, OH LARRIC, W. A. CAMBRIDGE, OH LARRICK, OWEN SARAHSVILLE, OH LARRSON, BENGT O. MARIETTA, OH LAUER, ANNA NEWPORT, OH LAUER, BERNARD MARIETTA, OH LAUER, EDWIN WHIPPLE, OH LAUER, FLORENCE LOWELL, OH LAUER, GARY WHIPPLE, OH LAUER, RUTH E. LOWER SALEM, OH LAWMAN, JOANN LOWELL, OH LAWRENCE, DONALD LOWELL, OH LEACH, JOHN POOLESVILLE, MD LEASURE, ABRAHAM F. SARDIS, OH LEASURE, HARRY LOWELL, OH LEASURE, RUTH CALDWELL, OH LEE, FOREST LOWER SALEM, OH LEE, HARRY MARIETTA, OH LEE, KENNETH SARAHSVILLE, OH LEE, MICHAEL A. NEWPORT, OH LEE, RICHARD BEVERLY, OH LEE, ROSE GRAYSVILLE, OH LEE, ROY E. LOWELL, OH LEE, WILMER MARIETTA, OH LEEPER, DARRELL LEWISVILLE, OH LEMN, RALPH LOWER SALEM, OH LEMON, BEVERLY WASHINGTON, WV LESTOCK, STEPHEN PLEASANT CITY, OH LEWIS, C. A. MARIETTA, OH LEWIS, FRANK AMESVILLE, OH LEWIS, R. N. ST. CLAIRSVILLE, OH LEWIS, ROBERT S. WHIPPLE, OH LEWIS, SHELLI BEVERLY, OH LEWIS, SHIRLEY BEVERLY, OH LIBERTY BAPTIST CHURCH WHIPPLE, OH LIBERTY RIDGE U B CHURCH WINGETT RUN, OH LIBHART, DONALD MARIETTA, OH LIFE, C. D. BELPRE, OH LIGHTFRITZ, CHARLES E. MARIETTA, OH LILLY, I. J. CHESAPEAKE, OH LINCICOME, ROY DEXTER CITY, OH LINCOLN, C. F. JR. MARIETTA, OH LINDAMOOD, GILL MARIETTA, OH LINDSEY, JAMES M. WATERFORD, OH LINDY OIL COM MARIETTA, OH LISK, DONALD SARDIS, OH LISKA, WILLIAM C. NEWARK, OH LITTEN, L. R. WOODSFIELD, OH LITTLE INJUN OIL CO MARIETTA, OH LITTLE, ROBERT RINARD MILLS, OH LITTLETON, JAMES LOWER SALEM, OH LOCUST GROVE CHURCH CAMBRIDGE, OH LOGAN, WINFORD B. JEKYLL ISLAND, GA LOMAN, GOLDA M. NEW MATAMORAS, OH LONG & MOBBERLY OIL CO AKRON, OH LONG, DONA L. BEVERLY, OH LONG, EUGENE STOCKPORT, OH LONG, LEWIS O. MARIETTA, OH LONG, NANCY BEVERLY, OH LONG, RICHARD MARIETTA, OH LORD, ERVING B. NEW MATAMORAS, OH LORENZ, VESTA CALDWELL, OH LORI, CHARLOTTE LOWER SALEM, OH

LORI, HENRY WHIPPLE, OH LOVE, BLANCHE PLEASANT CITY, OH LOVE, DOUGLAS A. BARTLETT, OH LOVELY, JOHN CAMBRIDGE, OH LOVETT, HEBER GRAYSVILLE, OH LOWE, MAYFORD BELPRE, OH LOWERS, ROSCOE WILLIAMSTOWN, WV LOY, ROGER SARDIS, OH LOZIER, RICHARD WATERFORD, OH LUCAS, DAVID A. SARAHSVILLE, OH LUCAS, ROBERT T. WHIPPLE, OH LUCIDO, VINCENT WOODSFIELD, OH LUDOLPH, RAYMOND NEW MATAMORAS, OH LUKE, ELLIS H. LOWER SALEM, OH LUKE, RUTH LOWELL, OH LUTZEN, THOMAS LOWER SALEM, OH LYNCH UNITED METHODIST CHURCH MARIETTA, OH LYNCH, BRENNIE LOWELL, OH LYONS, DANIEL J. WILLIAMSVILLE, NY LYONS, GEORGE SUMMERFIELD, OH M & M OIL & GAS ASSOCIATION LOWELL, OH M S W OIL CO BREMEN, OH MACDOO, EDNA MARIETTA, OH MACFAYDEN, ZOLA BYESVILLE, OH MACINTYRE, CHLOE MARIETTA, OH MACKEY, HAROLD MARIETTA, OH MACKIE, JOHN JR. LOWER SALEM, OH MAHONEY, R. L. MARIETTA, OH MALEY, WILLIAM MONONGAHELA, PA MALIK, JOHN J. DBA ST. CLAIRSVILLE, OH MALKO, JOHN WEST SALEM, OH MALLETT, CLARENCE CALDWELL, OH MALLETT, WAYNE CALDWELL, OH MALONE, TERRY BARTLETT, OH MALPIEDI, E. B. BELLAIRE, OH MANBEVERS, HAROLD D. CIRCLEVILLE, OH MANTEL, RALPH LOWER SALEM, OH MARCHBANK, JOHN W. CANTON, OH MARIETTA ANIMAL HOSPITAL MARIETTA, OH MARIETTA PETROLEUM INC. BEREA, OH MARION TWP HOUSE SUMMERFIELD, OH MARKEY OIL & GAS CO MARIETTA, OH MARQUIS, L. K. CALDWELL, OH MARQUIS, LESTER C. CALDWELL, OH MARQUIS, RALPH J. SENECAVILLE, OH MARSEE, ELLA RUTH MARIETTA, OH MARSHALL, CHARLES G. GRAYSVILLE, OH MARSHALL, FOREST RINARD MILLS, OH MARSHALL, MARY LOWER SALEM, OH MARTIE, ROSS NEW MARTINSVILLE, WV MARTIN, DR. MARY D. LEBANON, TN MARTIN, HAZEL O. SYCAMORE VALLEY, OH MARTIN, IRMA LEE WINGETT RUN, OH MARTIN, JOHN B. AMESVILLE, OH MARTIN, LYLE STOCKPORT, OH MARTIN, MILDRED FLEMING, OH MARTIN, RUSSELL MARIETTA, OH MARTIN, WESLEY W. LOWER SALEM, OH MASON, GAIL L. MARIETTA, OH MASON, J. BERNARD CALDWELL, OH MASTON, GREGORY MARIETTA, OH MATHENY, BEATRICE BARTLETT, OH MATHENY, CHARLES L. MARIETTA, OH MATHEWS, GLEN NEW MATAMORAS, OH MATHEWS, J. C. AKRON, OH MATTHEWS, ALLEN CALDWELL, OH MATTHEWS, ARTHUR J. MARIETTA, OH MATTHEWS, HAROLD MARIETTA, OH MAXON, ROBERT WATERFORD, OH MAXWELL, ROBERT MALTA, OH MAYCOCK, RUSSEL L. MARIETTA, OH MAYLE, ALVA AMESVILLE, OH MAYLE, ERMA AMESVILLE, OH MAYLE, GILLIAN CHESTERHILL, OH MAYLE, JANNIE AMESVILLE, OH MAYLE, JESE AMESVILLE, OH MAYLE, LOLA AMESVILLE, OH MAYLE, PHYLLIS CHESTERHILL, OH MAYNARD, GLADYS MARIETTA, OH MAZE, CARL R. MARIETTA, OH MAZGAY, MARK BELLE VALLEY, OH MCATEE, ALBERT H. MACKSBURG, OH MCAULEY, FRANK JR. MACKSBURG, OH MCAULEY, RAYMOND CALDWELL, OH MCBRAYER, LEONARD RENO, OH MCCABE, ARTHUR MARIETTA, OH MCCAULEY, ROY B. COLUMBUS, OH MCCAULLEY, CLAIR TALLMADGE, OH MCCLEAD, FURL MARIETTA, OH MCCLOUD, DANNY MARIETTA, OH

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MILLER, WOODROW WATERFORD, OH MILLIGAN, DAVID CALDWELL, OH MINCKS, DWIGHT G. LOWELL, OH MINCKS, JUDY BEVERLY, OH MINERD, HARRY G. CUTLER, OH MINGO, SAM JACKSON, OH MINGUS, CHARLEY BARTLETT, OH MINGUS, DELORES E. DUNCAN FALLS, OH MINOR, DAVID GENE SHADYSIDE, OH MINOR, GENE NEW MARTINSVILLE, WV MINOR, NELMA JACOBSBURG, OH MISEL, CASH CALDWELL, OH MITCHELL, BETTY CALDWELL, OH MITCHELL, DWIGHT PLEASANT CITY, OH MITCHELL, GLENN CUTLER, OH MITCHELL, RONALD WHIPPLE, OH MITCHELL, THOMAS NEWPORT, OH MOBERG, JOHN CALDWELL, OH MOFFETT, WILLIAM REEDSVILLE, OH MOHAWK OIL COMPANY LOWELL, OH MOHAWK-SPARTA OIL CO JOHNS ISLAND, SC MONAGHAN, LAWRENCE LOWELL, OH MONCRIEF, A. J. FLEMING, OH MONTGOMERY, E. F. LOWELL, OH MONTGOMERY, LUCILLE CHESTERHILL, OH MOORE, ALAN C. CUMBERLAND, OH MOORE, C. E. MARIETTA, OH MOORE, CARL MARIETTA, OH MOORE, CHARLES E. SENECAVILLE, OH MOORE, CHARLES W. LOWER SALEM, OH MOORE, CHARLET C. LOWELL, OH MOORE, D. RUSSELL SARAHSVILLE, OH MOORE, E. E. BARBERTON, OH MOORE, EARL QUAKER CITY, OH MOORE, F. J. GRAYSVILLE, OH MOORE, GLADYS NEW MATAMORAS, OH MOORE, GLENNA CAMBRIDGE, OH MOORE, J. B. DAVIS, CA MOORE, JOHN E. BEVERLY, OH MOORE, NILE NEW MATAMORAS, OH MOORE, PATRICIA BELPRE, OH MOORE, RUSSELL SARAHSVILLE, OH MOOREHEAD, DANIEL MARIETTA, OH MOOREHEAD, GLEN JR. PARKERSBURG, WV MORGAN OIL & GAS CO STOCKPORT, OH MORGAN, KENNETH GRAYSVILLE, OH MORGENSTERN, DONALD WHIPPLE, OH MORGENSTERN, HENRY LOWER SALEM, OH MORGENSTERN, ORA MARIETTA, OH MORGENSTERN, ROBERT L. MARIETTA, OH MORGERNSTERN, VIRGIL C. AVON LAKE, OH MORLAND, CHARLES PLEASANT CITY, OH MORLAND, LARRY R. CALDWELL, OH MORLAND, RONALD W. CALDWELL, OH MORRIS, AMOS CALDWELL, OH MORRIS, CHARLES CALDWELL, OH MORRIS, DAVID MARIETTA, OH MORRIS, DENVER STOCKPORT, OH MORRIS, DONALD DEXTER CITY, OH MORRIS, DONALD MACKSBURG, OH MORRIS, GERTRUDE BELPRE, OH MORRIS, GERTRUDE WATERFORD, OH MORRIS, JAMES CALDWELL, OH MORRIS, LARRY SUMMERFIELD, OH MORRIS, MARY SARDIS, OH MORRIS, PAUL J. NEW MATAMORAS, OH MORRIS, RAYMOND CALDWELL, OH MORRIS, THOMAS E. NEW MATAMORAS, OH MORRIS, WENDELL CALDWELL, OH MORRISON, JACK LOWER SALEM, OH MORRISON, THOMAS A. SISTERSVILLE, WV MOSER, CARL SARAHSVILLE, OH MOSER, RICHARD SARDIS, OH MOSHER, ROY LOWER SALEM, OH MOSSACK, DONALD E. MARIETTA, OH MOTTLE, HENRY JACOBSBURG, OH MOWERY, E. EDWARD LOWELL, OH MOWERY, HOWARD E. UNIONTOWN, OH MT. VERNON CU CHURCH RINARD MILLS, OH MUGRAGE, HARRY E. MARIETTA, OH MUGRAGE, HARRY J. MARIETTA, OH MUHLBACH, ELMER HOUSTON, TX MULLEN, CHARLES B. NEWCOMERSTOWN, OH MUNDSCHENK, PAUL CUMBERLAND, OH MUNHAS, JOHN E. SHADYSIDE, OH MURPHY, MARIE WOODSFIELD, OH MURPHY, MICHAEL CLEVELAND, OH MURPHY, SAMUEL C. SARDIS, OH MURPHY, THOMAS SUMMERFIELD, OH MURRAY, HESTER LOWELL, OH

MURRAY, NORMAN J. MARIETTA, OH MYERS, BEN CAMBRIDE MYERS, JERALD LOWER SALEM, OH MYERS, JOHN WEIRTON, WV MYERS, RAYMOND LAKE PLACID, FL MYERS, RAYMOND HOLLOWAY, OH NASH, CAROLYN CALDWELL, OH NASH, WILLIAM WATERTOWN, OH NEADER, WILLIAM J. LOWELL, OH NEFF, GERRY LOWELL, OH NEFF, LARRY CALDWELL, OH NEILL, PHILIP WATERFORD, OH NELSON, CARL R. BELPRE, OH NELSON, HAROLD C. VINCENT, OH NELSON, W.C. GRAYSVILLE, OH NEVILLE, EDWARD MARIETTA, OH NEWBROUGH, WILLIE M. WHIPPLE, OH NEWLON, DELBERT LOWELL, OH NEWLON, R. D. LOWELL, OH NEWLON, RUSSELL L. LOWELL, OH NEY, WILLIAM AMESVILLE, OH NICE, GLENN A. WATERTOWN, OH NICE, J. L. NEW MATAMORAS, OH NICE, TIMOTHY J. GATER MILLS, OH NICHOLAS, ARTHUR CALDWELL, OH NICHOLAS, DANIEL R. WATERFORD, OH NICHOLS, BERNICE CALDWELL, OH NICHOLS, JAMES L. AMESVILLE, OH NICHOLS, LLOYD CALDWELL, OH NICHOLSON, JOHN M. MARIETTA, OH NICHOLSON, THOMAS PLEASANT CITY, OH NICKELSON, GEORGE BELLE VALLEY, OH NIEB FARM OIL CO. LOWER SALEM, OH NISSLEY, JOHN SARDIS, OH NITZSCHE, NORMAN E. CALDWELL, OH NOBLE CO. FEED LOT CALDWELL, OH NOBLE DRILLING CO. ZANESVILLE, OH NOFTSGER, GARRI MARIETTA, OH NOFTSGER, HARLIE CUMBERLAND, OH NOLAND CONSTRUCTION MARIETTA, OH NOLAND, DAVID WINGETT RUN, OH NOLAND, GALE RENO, OH NOLL, PERRY WILLIAMSTOWN, WV NORRIS, MARGARET AMESVILLE, OH NORTH CENTRAL OIL CO AVA, OH NUTTER, DENNIE BARLOW, OH NUTTER, WILLIAM MARIETTA, OH NUTTER, WILLIE MACKSBURG, OH NUZUM, FRED LOWELL, OH OAK HILL CHURCH STOCKPORT, OH O’BRIEN, ROBERT MARIETTA, OH OFFENBERGER, CAROL BEVERLY, OH OFFENBERGER, JOSEPH WATERFORD, OH OFFENBERGER, RONALD W. MARIETTA, OH OGBORNE, MICHAEL W. CALDWELL, OH OHIO OIL GATHERING CO FRAZEYSBURG, OH OLIN OIL & MINING CO WOODSFIELD, OH OLIVER, D. W. MARIETTA, OH OLIVER, LAWRENCE WATERFORD, OH OLIVER, MARJORIE MARIETTA, OH OLIVER, ROBERT F. RENO, OH ORDERS, STEVEN DENVER, CO OSTERLE, LOVINA MARIETTA, OH OTT, VON G. BELPRE, OH OURS, TRAVIS LOWELL, OH OWEN, KENNETH E. MARIETTA, OH P & G OIL & GAS CO MARIETTA, OH PACE, JOE STEUBENVILLE, OH PAKES, ANDREW S. CALDWELL, OH PANGLE, LINDA S. CALDWELL, OH PAPE, ROGER L. MARIETTA, OH PAPE, STEVEN R. MARIETTA, OH PARKER, EMORY LOWELL, OH PARKER, HOWARD S. JR. MARIETTA, OH PARKER, JOHN E. CANAL FULTON, OH PARKS, ELMA V. MARIETTA, OH PARKS, J. D. ALLIANCE, OH PARKS, SHIRLEY CALDWELL, OH PARKS, WANDA K. CALDWELL, OH PARKS, WILLIAM W. MIDDLEPORT, OH PARRISH, DON E. CALDWELL, OH PARRISH, JOHNNY CALDWELL, OH PARSONS, BRANCH BARTLETT, OH PARSONS, DALE LOWER SALEM, OH PARSONS, IRA LOWELL, OH PARSONS, JOHN B. COLUMBUS, OH PARSONS, WILLIAM D. SARAHSVILLE, OH PATTERSON, CARROLL NEW MATAMORAS, OH PATTERSON, E. B. MARIETTA, OH PATTERSON, HENRY J. MARIETTA, OH

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RUTTER, WILLIAM S. MARIETTA, OH S & M MANAGEMENT MARIETTA, OH SABOL, JOHN GRAYSVILLE, OH SALSBERRY, ROBERT A. NEW MATAMORAS, OH SAMPSON, HAROLD STOCKPORT, OH SAMPSON, ROBERTA WATERFORD, OH SAMPSON, ROGER BEVERLY, OH SAMS, LUEZELI WATERFORD, OH SANFORD, EARL NEWPORT, OH SANFORD, ROBERT CALDWELL, OH SARDIS BEND LT ST. LOUIS, MO SARGENT, J. B. BEVERLY, OH SARGENT, JEFFREY CUTLER, OH SARVER, ALVA FLEMING, OH SARVER, PAUL LOWELL, OH SAWYER, ROY CALDWELL, OH SAYRE, GENE C. SR. MARIETTA, OH SCALES, MICHAEL J. WHIPPLE, OH SCARBOROUGH AKRON, OH SCARBRO, PATTY WHIPPLE, OH SCHAAD, ROBERT MARIETTA, OH SCHAFER, HENRY CALDWELL, OH SCHAFER, JOSEPH LOWELL, OH SCHANTZ, A. G. MARIETTA, OH SCHAR, JOHN SARDIS, OH SCHEARBROOK FARMS CLAYTON, OH SCHEHL, ROBERT J. CALDWELL, OH SCHELL, DENVER SENECAVILLE, OH SCHELL, ETHEL CALDWELL, OH SCHERR, JOHN E. CALDWELL, OH SCHILLING, C. L. MARIETTA, OH SCHILLING, CHARLES R. LOWELL, OH SCHILLING, CHUCK ZANESVILLE, OH SCHILPP, ROBERT KENNETT SQUARE, PA SCHLICHER, ROBERT JR. BEVERLY, OH SCHMIDT, GENEVA NEW MATAMORAS, OH SCHMIDT, RALPH ST. MARYS, WV SCHMITT, ROBERT W. JR. STOCKPORT, OH SCHNEEBERGER, CLYDE LOWER SALEM, OH SCHNEEBERGER, GERALD SONORA, CA SCHNEIDER, LYDIA NEW MATAMORAS, OH SCHNEIDER, NORMAN R. MARIETTA, OH SCHOB, CARL B. WINGETT RUN, OH SCHOCKLING, HANNAH CALDWELL, OH SCHOEN, JAMES C. MARIETTA, OH SCHOEPPNER, DALE LOWER SALEM, OH SCHOEPPNER, JAMES E. LOWELL, OH SCHOFIELD, HENRY LOWER SALEM, OH SCHOTT, CHARLES R. CENTRALIA, WA SCHOTT, KENNETH CALDWELL, OH SCHOTT, RICHARD F. ST. CLAIRSVILLE, OH SCHOTT, THERESA CALDWELL, OH SCHRAMM, L. D. LOWER SALEM, OH SCHRAMM, RICK MARIETTA, OH SCHROYER, JOANNE MARIETTA, OH SCHULTHEIS, LYLE K. MARIETTA, OH SCHUMACHER, ROGER E. WOODSFIELD, OH SCHWARTZ, JOHN MARIETTA, OH SCHWENDEMAN, FRANCIS VINCENT, OH SCHWENDEMAN, J. J. WATERFORD, OH SCHWENDEMAN, LARRY J. VINCENT, OH SCHWENDEMAN, MICHAEL D. FLEMING, OH SCOGGAN, RAYMOND MARIETTA, OH SCOTT, CARL YORKVILLE, OH SCOTT, DALE E. STOCKPORT, OH SCOTT, FLOSSIE E. BRADENTON, FL SCOTT, HARRY PARKERSBURG, WV SCOTT, JAMES F. PLEASANT CITY, OH SCOTT, RAYMOND SARDIS, OH SCOTTS RIDGE CHURCH WHIPPLE, OH SECREST, A. M. CALDWELL, OH SECREST, JAMES G. CALDWELL, OH SEELEY, MAYNARD ENGLEWOOD, FL SEEVERS, BERNARD JR. MARIETTA, OH SEEVERS, CLARA WINGETT RUN, OH SEEVERS, DELORES ESTEP NEWPORT, OH SEEVERS, GILBERT MARIETTA, OH SEEVERS, ROGER NEWPORT, OH SEEVERS, THOMAS NEWPORT, OH SEEVERS, WILLIAM F. POWELL, OH SEMON, D. W. MARIETTA, OH SEMON, JOSEPH SUNBURY, OH SEMPLE, RICHARD E. MARIETTA, OH SEMPLE, WILLIAM D. CROSSVILLE, TN SENECA MINERAL CO. MARIETTA, OH SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH STOCKPORT, OH SEWARD, RONALD AMESVILLE, OH SEYLER, HAROLD H. TUCSON, AZ SHACKLE, ROBERT WATERFORD, OH SHAFER CHURCH MARIETTA, OH

SHAFER, INEZ CALDWELL, OH SHANKLAND, HOMER JR. MARIETTA, OH SHANKLAND, HOMER SR. MARIETTA, OH SHEETS, RALPH STOCKPORT, OH SHELTER FUNDS INC. LOWELL, OH SHENANDOAH EGG FACTORY PLEASANT CITY, OH SHEPHERD, JAMES P. MARIETTA, OH SHEPHERD, SILAS JOHNSTOWN, OH SHERBOURNE, LAWRENCE CALDWELL, OH SHERLOCK, CHARLES L. MARIETTA, OH SHEWMAKER, DAVID B. STOCKPORT, OH SHIELDS, EDGEL CALDWELL, OH SHILLADY, MADELINE M. SECANE, PA SHOCK, MARY SARAHSVILLE, OH SHOEMAKER, LYLE LOWELL, OH SHOOK, FLOYD NEW MATAMORAS, OH SHOWALTER, HENRY SUMMERFIELD, OH SIDDAL, LYDIA MARIETTA, OH SIDERS, RUSSELL MARIETTA, OH SIGAFOOS, JACK MARIETTA, OH SILEY, NELLIE MARIETTA, OH SIMMONS, DOROTHY SENECAVILLE, OH SIMMONS, DOROTHY CANTON, OH SIMMONS, JAMES C. WILLIAMSTOWN, WV SIMONS, ARTHUR NEW MATAMORAS, OH SIMPSON, THELMA WATERFORD, OH SIMS, NANCY LOWER SALEM, OH SIMS, THOMAS M. MARIETTA, OH SIMS, WILLIAM FLEMING, OH SINGER, ROBER J. WAVERLY, OH SKIDMORE, BEATRICE WEIRTON, WV SKIDMORE, JOHN MARIETTA, OH SKINNER, BERTHA MARIETTA, OH SKINNER, RICHARD MARIETTA, OH SKINNER, W. L. WATERFORD, OH SLAGLE, DAVID L. MARIETTA, OH SLATER, RICHARD MACKSBURG, OH SMALLWOOD, BETHEL ORLANDO, FL SMATHERS, STEVEN H. CUTLER, OH SMITH & BIEHL OIL CO #2 MARIETTA, OH SMITH, ALICE MARIETTA, OH SMITH, BERNARD L. LOWELL, OH SMITH, BYRON ELYRIA, OH SMITH, CLARENCE D. LOWER SALEM, OH SMITH, ELWOOD CHESTERHILL, OH SMITH, EMMA LECOMPTON, KS SMITH, GARY NEWPORT, OH SMITH, GUY E. VIENNA, WV SMITH, H. F. CALDWELL, OH SMITH, HERMAN WOODSFIELD, OH SMITH, JACOB LOWELL, OH SMITH, JERRY HANNIBAL, OH SMITH, JESSIE WATERFORD, OH SMITH, JESSIE NEWPORT, OH SMITH, JIMMIE NEWPORT, OH SMITH, JOHN ALLYN MARIETTA, OH SMITH, JOHN R. CALDWELL, OH SMITH, LARRY BEVERLY, OH SMITH, MAXINE AMESVILLE, OH SMITH, MICHAEL MARIETTA, OH SMITH, PAUL BEVERLY, OH SMITH, PAUL G. AMESVILLE, OH SMITH, PHILLIP M. MARIETTA, OH SMITH, R. W. CALDWELL, OH SMITH, RALPH F. M. CLEVELAND, OH SMITH, RONALD BARTLETT, OH SMITH, RUSSELL MARIETTA, OH SMITH, SERENO E. AMESVILLE, OH SMITH, STEVEN MARIETTA, OH SMITH, STEVEN WATERFORD, OH SMITH, TERRY SARAHSVILLE, OH SMITH, TERRY D. NEWPORT, OH SMITH, THOMAS CHESTERHILL, OH SMITH, THOMAS DALEVILLE, VA SMITH, THOMAS W. SARAHSVILLE, OH SMITH, WALTER NEWPORT, OH SMITH, WILLIAM NEWPORT, OH SMITHBERGER, H. O. MARIETTA, OH SMITHBERGER, R. L. MARIETTA, OH SMITTLE, NELLIE SARDIS, OH SNIDER, AVERY D. GRAYSVILLE, OH SNIDER, MELVIN MARIETTA, OH SNIDER, RODNEY MARIETTA, OH SNODGRASS, DONALD MARIETTA, OH SNODGRASS, L. E. MARIETTA, OH SNYDER, E. R. WILLIAMSTOWN, WV SNYDER, THOMAS CALDWELL, OH SORG, RUPERT SARAHSVILLE, OH SPARKS, JUANITA NEW MATAMORAS, OH SPEAR, ZAIL REYNOLDSBURG, OH

SPENCE, BRADY LEWISVILLE, OH SPENCER, DONALD L. POMEROY, OH SPICER, ERNEST CALDWELL, OH SPIKER, DONALD AVA, OH SPINDLER, MILDRED L. MARIETTA, OH SPINDLER, RICHARD A. JR. MARIETTA, OH SPRAGUE, MAC R. MARIETTA, OH SPRAGUE, MICHELLE MARIETTA, OH SPRINGER, CHARLES LOWELL, OH SPROUT, ROBERT MARIETTA, OH ST. JOE PETROLEUM MIDLAND, TX STACK, ANNA L. CALDWELL, OH STACK, GARY L. CALDWELL, OH STAGG, JOYCE A. SETH, WV STANBERRY, CHARLES CALDWELL, OH STANLEY, RICHARD CANAL WINCHESTER, OH STANLEYVILLE CHURCH WHIPPLE, OH STARCHER, J. L. WATERFORD, OH STARCHER, ORVILLE SPENCER, WV STARK, JOHN WHIPPLE, OH STARK, SOLOMON S. WHIPPLE, OH STARK, WILLIAM WHIPPLE, OH STARKEY H. G. MARIETTA, OH STARKEY, OSCAR MARIETTA, OH STARLING, DORTHA L. FROSTPROOF, FL STARR, FOREST CALDWELL, OH STEED, LORAIN V. GRAYSVILLE, OH STEEN, HERBERT C. CALDWELL, OH STEESE, CATHERINE SENECAVILLE, OH STEESE, WESLEY B. CALDWELL, OH STEGNER OIL CO. SYCAMORE VALLEY, OH STEPHAN, ERIC MARIETTA, OH STEPHANY OIL WELL FAIRFIEW, PA STEPHENS, KATHY LOWER SALEM, OH STEPHENS, KATHY LOWER SALEM, OH STEPHENS, MARIE GRAYSVILLE, OH STEVENS, CHARLES LOWELL, OH STEVENS, DANIEL LOWER SALEM, OH STEVENS, DELLA CHESTERHILL, OH STEVENS, ELIZABETH CHESTERHILL, OH STEVENS, ERVAL MARIETTA, OH STEWART, HARRY NEW MATAMORAS, OH STEWART, MELVIN MARIETTA, OH STEWART, RUTH BEVERLY, OH STEWART, STANLEY CALDWELL, OH STIEBEL, STEPHEN D. WHIPPLE, OH STIERS, A. J. CALDWELL, OH STIERS, JERRY D. STOCKPORT, OH STINE, ARTHUR SARDIS, OH STINE, ROBERT WOOSTER, OH STIVERS, RICHARD R. JR. BEVERLY, OH STOEHR, VERNON MARIETTA, OH STOFFEL, GEORGE MARIETTA, OH STOLLAR, DON R. MARIETTA, OH STOLLAR, WARREN MARIETTA, OH STONEKING, BILL SARAHSVILLE, OH STONEKING, CHARLES CALDWELL, OH STOPYRA, THEODORE MARIETTA, OH STOTTLEMIRE, WALTER NEW MATAMORAS, OH STOTTSBERRY, MICHAEL SARAHSVILLE, OH STOTTSBERRY, TERRY CALDWELL, OH STOUT, JAMES LOWELL, OH STRAHLER, DEAN LOWELL, OH STRAUSS, WILLIAM E. VINCENT, OH STUCKI, HEINZ LOWELL, OH STULL, THOMAS E. MARIETTA, OH STULL, WARREN M. RENO, OH STUMP, ARNOLD CHESHIRE, OH STUMP, HERMAN NEW MATAMORAS, OH STURM, RALPH D. MARIETTA, OH STURM, ROBERT J. MARIETTA, OH STUTLER, DONALD WATERFORD, OH STUTLER, DONALD NEWPORT, OH SUDER, JOHN WHIPPLE, OH SUITTOR, JOHN GRAYSVILLE, OH SULLIVAN, CHARLES MARIETTA, OH SULLIVAN, CLIFFORD RENO, OH SULLIVAN, H.E. ZANESVILLE, OH SUTER, MARY SARDIS, OH SUTHERLAND, HARRY SARAHSVILLE, OH SUTTON, PAUL MARIETTA, OH SWAIN, THOMAS C. BELPRE, OH SWANK, ROBERT RIO GRANDE, OH SWISHER, LOUIS A. AMESVILLE, OH SYCAMORE OIL CO MARIETTA, OH SZABO, KAREN MARIETTA, OH TALLMAN, EDNA WOODSFIELD, OH TANNER, JAMES M. MANCELONA, MI TANTHOREY, CHARLES CUTLER, OH TARLETON, EARL MARYSVILLE, OH

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WHYTE & PETTY OIL LEASE VINCENT, OH WICKENS, WAY WOOSTER, OH WICKHAM, MICHAEL CALDWELL, OH WICKLINE, RALPH YOUNGSTOWN, OH WIGAL, EDWARD F. AMESVILLE, OH WIGAL, JOHN A. STOCKPORT, OH WIKSELAAR, ALI ALBUQUERQUE, NM WILCOX, LARRY KENT, OH WILEY, SAM CALDWELL, OH WILHELM, WILLIAM P. MARIETTA, OH WILLIAMS, BOYD NEW MATAMORAS, OH WILLIAMS, DAVID WHIPPLE, OH WILLIAMS, DENZIL MARIETTA, OH WILLIAMS, DONALD PLEASANT CITY, OH WILLIAMS, HERBERT MARIETTA, OH WILLIAMS, MYRTLE GRAYSVILLE, OH WILLIAMS, O. R. WOODSFIELD, OH WILLIAMSON VENEER CO. SARAHSVILLE, OH WILLIAMSON, CHARLES JR. NEW MATAMORAS, OH WILLIAMSON, FLOYD L. CAMBRIDGE, OH WILLIAMSON, THELMA NEW MATAMORAS, OH WILLIAMSON, WILLIAM E. MARIETTA, OH WILLISON, WALTER WOODSFIELD, OH WILLISTON OIL & DEV CO CLIFTON, NJ WILSON, BOBBY WEIRTON, WV WILSON, DAVID R. CALDWELL, OH WILSON, EDWIN CALDWELL, OH WILSON, GUY E. BLUE ROCK, OH WILSON, JOSEPH S. MARIETTA, OH WILSON, PEARL CALDWELL, OH WILSON, R. M. CANTON, OH WILSON, ROBERT BONITA SPRINGS, FL WINANS, BOYD MARIETTA, OH WINGROVE, MARGARET POWHATAN POINT, OH WINTER, ALBERT SARDIS, OH WINTER, CARL C. WOODSFIELD, OH WINTER, LENA M. SARDIS, OH WISE, ASA WOODSFIELD, OH WISE, EDGAR NEW MATAMORAS, OH WISE, RONALD MARIETTA, OH WISEMAN, BEULAH MARIETTA, OH WITTEKIND, WILLIAM BALTIMORE, MD WITTEN TOWHEAD LT ST. LOUIS, MO WITTENBROOK, GENEVA CALDWELL, OH WOLFE, GLEN LOWELL, OH WOLFE, GLENN STOCKPORT, OH WOLFE, WILEY R. STOW, OH WOLFERT, DEAN WHIPPLE, OH WOOD, LENA ROOTSTOWN, OH WOODFORD, GENE CALDWELL, OH WOODGERD, DALE ASHLAND, OH WOODS, BIRCH CALDWELL, OH WOOMER, RUSSELL SR. WATERTOWN, OH WOOSTER, BARBARA LOWELL, OH WORKMAN, GRADON R. WOODSFIELD, OH WORTHINGTON, C. W. CUMBERLAND, OH WRIGHT, DONNA SARDIS, OH WRIGHT, DURWIN MARIETTA, OH WRIGHT, ELSIE CALDWELL, OH WRIGHT, HELEN COSHOCTON, OH WRIGHT, LINDA MARIETTA, OH WRISTON, WILLIAM RENO, OH WYSCARVER, RONALD QUAKER CITY, OH YERIAN, LINDA CALDWELL, OH YOCKEY OIL CO SYCAMORE VALLEY, OH YONALLY, ALEX MARIETTA, OH YONALLY, LEWIS A. MARIETTA, OH YOST, CARMEN PADEN CITY, WV YOST, HARRY JR. NEW MATAMORAS, OH YOUNG, CLARK O. HEBRON, OH YOUNG, E. FRANKLIN MARIETTA, OH YOUNG, EARL LOWELL, OH YOUNG, LEWIS SEBRING, FL YOUNG, MICHAEL CAMBRIDGE, OH YOUNG, PAUL JR. CAMBRIDGE, OH YOUNG, RICHARD LONGVIEW, WA YURKOVICH, WILLIAM WILLOUGHBY, OH ZELINKA, CARL BELPRE, OH ZIMMERMAN, H. E. LOWELL, OH ZIMMERMAN, MARY MARIETTA, OH ZUMBRO, ELAINE STOCKPORT, OH

The following is a list of members and/or former members who are owed capital credits for their electricity purchases from

1964-1968 for whom the cooperative no longer has a valid mailing address. This publication is the second official notification of unclaimed checks. Washington Electric will also publish this list in the March issue of Ohio Cooperative Living magazine. Members whose names appear on this list will have 60 days from the March publication to claim their capital credits. If you see your name on this list or know someone on this list, please follow the guidelines on page 20D to claim them. A B & S OIL COMPANY, HUNTINGTON, WV A E ROBINSON OIL CO STAFFORD, OH A-1 OIL COMPANY MARIETTA, OH AARON OIL & GAS CO WHEELING, WV ABBOTT, OSCAR CALDWELL, OH ABICHT, BEULAH WHIPPLE, OH ACKLEY, CLYDE L MARIETTA, OH ACKLEY, D L CALDWELL OH ACKLEY, LEE LOWELL, OH ADAMS & SON OIL WELL SCIO, OH ADAMS GEORGE T, SCIO, OH ADAMS, E S AMESVILLE, OH ADAMS, HAROLD, WHIPPLE, OH ADAMS, HERMAN NEW MATAMORAS, OH ADAMS, LAURA ERB, MARIETTA, OH ADAMS, LILLIE GRAYSVILLE, OH ADAMS, LLOYD NEW MATAMORAS, OH ADDIS OIL COMPANY, CAMBRIDGE, OH ADDIS, L D CALDWELL , OH ADDLESBURGER, EUGENE NEW MATAMORAS, OH ADDLESBURGER, MILDRED NEW MATAMORAS, OH ALBRIGHT, DENNIE BEVERLY, OH ALBRIGHT, JOHN E WATERFORD, OH ALEXANDER, CORA NEW MATAMORAS, OH ALGEO, RALPH POWHATAN POINT, OH ALLANSON, O. L., AKRON, OH ALLEN, M D BEVERLY, OH ALLEN, VERNARD, HIRAM, OH ALLENDER, HUGH MARIETTA, OH ALLENDER, ROBERT MARIETTA, OH ALLISON, EUGENE EAST CANTON, OH ALLOWAY OIL CO NEW MATAMORAS, OH ALLOWAY, REED WOODSFIELD, OH ALLTOP BAILEY, LOWELL, OH ALLTOP, JAMES COAL RUN, OH AMOS, FRANK NEW MATAMORAS, OH AMOS, HAROLD F MACKSBURG, OH AMOS, PAUL SARAHSVILLE, OH AMOS, WYLIE NEW MATAMORAS OH ANDERSON, A H WOODSFIELD, OH ANDERSON, DOROTHA MARIETTA OH ANDERSON, KENNETH , WATERFORD, OH ANDERSON, LLOYD CALDWELL, OH ANDERSON, LOUIS NEW MATAMORAS, OH ANDERSON, NELLIE ZANESVILLE, OH ANDERSON, RAYMOND BARLOW OH ANTILL OIL COMPANY WINGETT RUN, OH ANTILL, BERNARD, PORTAGE, OH ANTILL, C F LOWER SALEM, OH ANTILL, CHARLES LOWER SALEM, OH ANTILL, DARRELL NEW MATAMORAS, OH ANTILL, JOHN W LOWER SALEM, OH ANTILL, PAUL LOWER SALEM, OH ANTIOCH M E CHURCH ANTIOCH, OH ANTIOCH METHODIST PARSONAGE ANTIOCH, OH ANTLL, GLEN MARIETTA, OH APPLE, GORDON MARIETTA, OH APPLEBY, HERBERT WATERFORD, OH

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MILLER, E E MARIETTA, OH MILLER, FERMAN A MARIETTA, OH MILLER, FREDERICK R MARIETTA, OH MILLER, GARY M LOWER SALEM, OH MILLER, GEORGE SR MACKSBURG, OH MILLER, HENRY LOWER SALEM, OH MILLER, HERBERT PARKERSBURG, WV MILLER, JAMES CANTON, OH MILLER, JAMES L MARIETTA, OH MILLER, JOHN W STOCKPORT, OH MILLER, JOHN ZANESVILLE, OH MILLER, L A WHIPPLE, OH MILLER, LARRY LOWELL, OH MILLER, LEVA RINARD MILLS, OH MILLER, OSCAR LOWELL, OH MILLER, PEARL LOWER SALEM, OH MILLER, RAY CUTLER, OH MILLER, RAYMOND JR LOWER SALEM, OH MILLER, ROMAN WATERFORD, OH MILLER, SHELBY CALDWELL, OH MILLER, VICTOR SARDIS, OH MILLER, WILLIAM L JR STOCKPORT, OH MILLIGAN, HOWARD R MARIETTA, OH MILLIGAN, OLIVE CALDWELL, OH MILLISON, FOREMAN CALDWELL, OH MILLS, ALLEN F MARIETTA, OH MINCKS, DALE BEVERLY, OH MINCKS, DWIGHT G LOWELL, OH MINERD, HARRY G CUTLER, OH MINGER, SALLY L NEW MATAMORAS, OH MINGO, SAM JACKSON, OH 45640 MINGUS, CHARLEY, BARTLETT, OH MIRACLE, J R NEW MATAMORAS, OH MITCHELL, CHARLES CUMBERLAND, OH MODESITT, JUDSON CALDWELL, OH MODESITT, NEWTON STOCKPORT, OH MOHAWK-SPARTA OIL CO JOHNS ISLAND, SC MONAGHAN, LAWRENCE LOWELL, OH MONTGOMERY, E F LOWELL, OH MONTGOMERY, LUCILLE CHESTERHILL, OH MOONEY, CHARLES F MARIETTA, OH MOORE, CARLOS RINARD MILLS, OH MOORE, CHARLET C LOWELL, OH MOORE, E E BARBERTON, OH MOORE, EARL QUAKER CITY, OH MOORE, EDWARD WATERFORD, OH MOORE, GLENNA CAMBRIDGE, OH MOORE, HARRY JR MARIETTA, OH MOORE, J B DAVIS, CA MOORE, NILE SUMMERFIELD, OH MOORE, R A STOW, OH MOORE, RUSSELL SARAHSVILLE, OH MOORE, RUSSELL SARAHSVILLE, OH MOORE, VIRGIL CUMBERLAND, OH MOOREHEAD, JENNIE BARBERTON, OH MOOSE, WILLIAM NEW MATAMORAS, OH MOREHEAD, CHARLES J SARDIS, OH MORGAN OIL & GAS CO STOCKPORT, OH MORGAN, D Z LOWELL, OH MORGAN, KENNETH GRAYSVILLE, OH MORGAREIDGE, HAROLD W R CALDWELL, OH MORGENSTERN, ADAM LOWER SALEM, OH MORGENSTERN, E F LOWER SALEM, OH MORGENSTERN, FRANK MARIETTA, OH MORGENSTERN, GUY MARIETTA, OH MORGENSTERN, LEWIS D WHIPPLE, OH MORGENSTERN, ORA MARIETTA, OH MORGENSTERN, RALPH WHIPPLE, OH MORGERNSTERN, VIRGIL AVON LAKE, OH MORNINGSTAR, O J MARIETTA, OH MORNINGSTAR, VIRGIL MARIETTA, OH MORRIS, CARL NEWPORT, OH MORRIS, CHARLES CALDWELL, OH MORRIS, DANIEL RENO, OH MORRIS, DAVID MARIETTA, OH MORRIS, DAVID LOWER SALEM, OH MORRIS, DORY SARDIS, OH MORRIS, GERTRUDE BELPRE, OH MORRIS, JAMES CALDWELL, OH MORRIS, JAMES E NEWPORT, OH MORRIS, NORBERT GRAYSVILLE, OH MORRIS, NORMAN LOWER SALEM, OH MORRIS, PERLIE COLUMBUS, OH MORRIS, WENDELLCALDWELL, OH MORRIS, WILFRED L NEW MATAMORAS, OH MORRISON, DALE CALDWELL, OH MORRISON, EDNA, LOWER SALEM, OH MORRISON, FLOYD, MALTA, OH MORRISON, JACK CALDWELL, OH MORRISON, LONA CALDWELL, OH

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PIERPONT, LESLIE A AMESVILLE, OH PIMS OIL COMPANY, ZANESVILLE, OH PINE KNOB OIL CO LOWER SALEM, OH PINE RIDGE M E CHURCH NEWPORT, OH PINE RIDGE METHODIST CHURCH RENO, OH PITSINGER, DALE R MARIETTA, OH PITT, O L CANTON, OH PLUMLEY, ROBERT BARNESVILLE, OH POAT, LAWRENCE AVA, OH POLAN, CLINTON R GRAYSVILLE, OH POLAND, DICK CALDWELL, OH POLAND, JACKIE CUMBERLAND, OH POLAND, NILE SARAHSVILLE, OH POLEN, GLENN T ANTIOCH, OH POLING, RAYMOND SARAHSVILLE, OH POLING, WALTER E CALDWELL, OH POOLE, DARRELL MARIETTA, OH PORTER, DELMAR BEVERLY, OH PORTER, JAMES GRAYSVILLE, OH PORTER, KELSEY LOWER SALEM, OH PORTER, MICHAEL J WATERFORD, OH POSTEN, PAUL D WHIPPLE, OH POTETZ, MAX SHADYSIDE, OH POTTMEYER, CECIL MARIETTA, OH POULTON, ADA WOODSFIELD, OH POULTON, NOVA SARAHSVILLE, OH POWELL, LOD SUMMERFIELD, OH POWELL, OSCAR SYCAMORE VALLEY, OH POWELL, RONEY MARIETTA, OH POWELL, W H AKRON, OH POWERS, DOMINIC SARDIS, OH PRICE, ANNIE WINGETT RUN, OH PRIMMER, DONALD C WHIPPLE, OH PRINE, W A MARIETTA, OH PRINTZ, GARY L BEVERLY, OH PRUITT, HIRAM LOWER SALEM, OH PRUNTY, CHARLES MARIETTA, OH PRUNTY, LAURA E MARIETTA, OH PRUNTY, ROY L AVA, OH PRYOR, D O GAYWINDS, CT PRYOR, HASKEL E VINCENT, OH PRYOR, HOWARD C NEWPORT, OH PRYOR, JOSEPH BELPRE, OH PRYOR, K R SARAHSVILLE, OH PRYOR, LUCY D SENECAVILLE, OH PUGH L C VINCENT, OH PUGH, DONALD E WATERFORD, OH QUICK, ROBERT NEWPORT, OH QUIGLEY, W A GRAYSVILLE, OH QUIMBY, RONNIE MARIETTA, OH QUINN, JAMES L MARIETTA, OH RAINER, ALVIN STOCKPORT, OH RAKE, JOHN F MARIETTA, OH RALEIGH, JOHN R SENECAVILLE, OH RALPH, GEORGE D CUMBERLAND, OH RAMAGE, ROY CALDWELL, OH RAMSAY, BERRY BOONVILLE, IN RAMSEY, CATHERINE CHESTERHILL, OH RAMSEY, DUANE L WHIPPLE, OH RAMSEY, LESLIE AMESVILLE, OH RANDALL, JAMES H CALDWELL, OH RANEY, DEAN C CALDWELL, OH RAPER, BERNARD SARDIS, OH RAPER, BLANCHE SARDIS, OH RASH, HARVEL G MARIETTA, OH RATLIFF OIL PRODUCER MARIETTA, OH RATLIFF, BYRON COLUMBUS, OH RATLIFF, EARL CARROLL, OH RAUCH, ALBERT LOWELL, OH RAUCH, HERMAN LOWELL, OH RAY OIL & GAS CO LOWELL, OH RAY, DAVID D MARIETTA, OH RAYMOND, MORRIS CALDWELL, OH RAYNES, PAUL E COLUMBUS, OH REA, LOUISE NEW MATAMORAS, OH REA, ROSALIE WINGETT RUN, OH REBIC, STEPHEN RAVENNA, OH RED ROCK OIL & GAS MARIETTA, OH REED, CAM WATERFORD, OH REED, EMIL CUMBERLAND, OH REED, HAROLD COLUMBUS GROVE, OH REED, KENNETH VINCENT, OH REED, N L FAIRBORN, OH REED, RAYMOND S WATERFORD, OH REED, ROLLAND CALDWELL, OH REED, VELMA CALDWELL, OH REED, VERNON CALDWELL, OH REED, WILBUR F VINCENT, OH REED, WILLIAM MARIETTA, OH REESE, CHARLES J MARIETTA, OH REID, L I WOODSFIELD, OH

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Country Living often encourages members of Ohio’s electric cooperatives to contact their state legislators to make sure those representatives know how certain issues affect them. As a service to our readers, here is a listing of the Ohio House members whose counties include electric cooperative territory.

OHIO HOUSE Representative Scott Wiggam 77 S. High St. Columbus, OH 43215 Wayne

Representative Jim Hughes 77 S. High St. Columbus, OH 43215 Franklin

Representative Michael Henne 77 S. High St. Columbus, OH 43215 Montgomery

Representative Mark J. Romanchuk 77 S. High St. Columbus, OH 43215 Richland

Representative Bernadine Kennedy Kent 77 S. High St. Columbus, OH 43215 Franklin

Representative Jim Butler 77 S. High St. Columbus, OH 43215 Montgomery

Representative Theresa Gavarone 77 S. High St. Columbus, OH 43215 Wood Representative Robert R. Cupp 77 S. High St. Columbus, OH 43215 Allen Representative Timothy E. Ginter 77 S. High St. Columbus, OH 43215 Columbiana Representative Adam Miller 77 S. High St. Columbus, OH 43215 Franklin Representative Kristin Boggs 77 S. High St. Columbus, OH 43215 Franklin Representative Anne Gonzales 77 S. High St. Columbus, OH 43215 Franklin Representative Heather Bishoff 77 S. High St. Columbus, OH 43215 Franklin Representative Mike Duffey 77 S. High St. Columbus, OH 43215 Franklin Representative David Leland 77 S. High St. Columbus, OH 43215 Franklin Representative Laura Lanese 77 S. High St. Columbus, OH 43215 Franklin

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Representative Hearcel F. Craig 77 S. High St. Columbus, OH 43215 Franklin Representative Thomas E. Brinkman 77 S. High St. Columbus, OH 43215 Hamilton Representative Jonathan Dever 77 S. High St. Columbus, OH 43215 Hamilton Representative Louis W. Blessing III 77 S. High St. Columbus, OH 43215 Hamilton Representative Bill Seitz 77 S. High St. Columbus, OH 43215 Hamilton Representative Brigid Kelly 77 S. High St. Columbus, OH 43215 Hamilton Representative Catherine Ingram 77 S. High St. Columbus, OH 43215 Hamilton Representative Alicia Reece 77 S. High St. Columbus, OH 43215 Hamilton Representative Marilyn Slaby 77 S. High St. Columbus, OH 43215 Stark, Holmes Representative Fred Strahorn 77 S. High St. Columbus, OH 43215 Montgomery

Representative Niraj J. Antani 77 S. High St. Columbus, OH 43215 Montgomery Representative Jeffery S. Rezabek 77 S. High St. Columbus, OH 43215 Preble, Montgomery Representative Mike Ashford 77 S. High St. Columbus, OH 43215 Lucas Representative Teresa Fedor 77 S. High St. Columbus, OH 43215 Lucas Representative Michael Sheehy 77 S. High St. Columbus, OH 43215 Lucas Representative Derek Merrin 77 S. High St. Columbus, OH 43215 Lucas, Fulton Representative Kirk Schuring 77 S. High St. Columbus, OH 43215 Stark Representative Thomas West 77 S. High St. Columbus, OH 43215 Stark Representative Christina Hagan 77 S. High St. Columbus, OH 43215 Stark Representative Wes Retherford 77 S. High St. Columbus, OH 43215 Butler

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OHIO HOUSE Representative Candice Keller 77 S. High St. Columbus, OH 43215 Butler

Representative Larry Householder 77 S. High St. Columbus, OH 43215 Coshocton, Licking, Perry

Representative Margaret Conditt 77 S. High St. Columbus, OH 43215 Butler

Representative Bill Dean 77 S. High St. Columbus, OH 43215 Clark, Madison

Representative Nathan Manning 77 S. High St. Columbus, OH 43215 Lorain

Representative Tim Schaffer 77 S. High St. Columbus, OH 43215 Fairfield

Representative Dan Ramos 77 S. High St. Columbus, OH 43215 Lorain

Representative Ron Hood 77 S. High St. Columbus, OH 43215 Fairfield, Athens, Hocking, Morgan, Muskingum, Pickaway

Representative Dick Stein 77 S. High St. Columbus, OH 43215 Huron, Seneca, Lorain Representative John Becker 77 S. High St. Columbus, OH 43215 Clermont Representative Doug Green 77 S. High St. Columbus, OH 43215 Clermont Representative Andrew Brenner 77 S. High St. Columbus, OH 43215 Delaware Representative Rick Carfagna 77 S. High St. Columbus, OH 43215 Delaware, Knox Representative Stephen D. Hambley 77 S. High St. Columbus, OH 43215 Medina Representative Darrell Kick 77 S. High St. Columbus, OH 43215 Medina, Holmes, Ashland Representative Scott Ryan 77 S. High St. Columbus, OH 43215 Licking

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Representative Wesley Goodman 77 S. High St. Columbus, OH 43215 Morrow, Crawford, Wyandot, Marion, Seneca Representative Bill Reineke 77 S. High St. Columbus, OH 43215 Seneca, Sandusky, Erie Representative Steve Arndt 77 S. High St. Columbus, OH 43215 Erie, Ottawa Representative Terry Johnson 77 S. High St. Columbus, OH 43215 Butler

Representative Kyle Koehler 77 S. High St. Columbus, OH 43215 Clark

Representative Cliff Rosenberger 77 S. High St. Columbus, OH 43215 Highland, Ross, Clinton, Pike

Representative Stephen A. Huffman 77 S. High St. Columbus, OH 43215 Darke, Miami

Representative Gary Scherer 77 S. High St. Columbus, OH 43215 Ross, Fayette, Pickaway

Representative Robert McColley 77 S. High St. Columbus, OH 43215 Putnam, Fulton, Williams, Henry

Representative Ryan Smith 77 S. High St. Columbus, OH 43215 Gallia, Jackson, Lawrence, Vinton

Representative Craig Riedel 77 S. High St. Columbus, OH 43215 Paulding, Defiance, Auglaize, Van Wert

Representative Jay Edwards 77 S. High St. Columbus, OH 43215 Washington, Athens, Vinton, Meigs

Representative Robert Sprague 77 S. High St. Columbus, OH 43215 Logan, Hancock, Hardin

Representative Andy Thompson 77 S. High St. Columbus, OH 43215 Washington, Carroll, Noble, Belmont, Harrison

Representative Keith Faber 77 S. High St. Columbus, OH 43215 Meigs, Auglaize, Shelby, Darke Representative Nino Vitale 77 S. High St. Columbus, OH 43215 Logan, Champaign, Shelby Representative Dorothy Pelanda 77 S. High St. Columbus, OH 43215 Union, Marion

Representative Jack Cera 77 S. High St. Columbus, OH 43215 Monroe, Belmont, Jefferson Representative Brian Hill 77 S. High St. Columbus, OH 43215 Muskingum, Guernsey Representative Al Landis 77 S. High St. Columbus, OH 43215 Tuscarawas, Holmes

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Large windows inside Howard Miller’s office give him a prime view of Hartville Hardware’s main floor; he often leaves his desk to watch folks navigating his store. Down on the sales floor, shoppers might run across anything from a bright green John Deere Gator to a hot pink, Lil’ Pig Traeger grill. From time to time, someone looks up, spots Miller at the window, and waves. Miller always eagerly waves back. “I grew up with so many people that work and shop here,” he says. With about 7 acres under its roof, Hartville Hardware is one of the largest independently owned hardware stores in the world. It has 305,000 square feet of space on two floors, 75,000 different items, six entrances, and four elevators. “Somebody once calculated that this store is big

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Owner Howard Miller watches customers roam the floor of his hardware store in Hartville. It’s one of the largest independently owned hardware stores in the world.

enough to hold an average-size Home Depot and an average-size Lowe’s, plus a football field,” Miller says. Indeed, Hartville Hardware’s retail-focused main level easily accommodates an 1,850-square-foot “idea home” designed to showcase American-made building materials and fixtures, while its contractor-oriented basement level boasts a 38,000-square-foot drive-through lumberyard. But this megastore isn’t in a typical metropolitan shopping complex. It sits just west of Hartville, a village of 3,000 people in the countryside between Akron and (Continued on Page 26) FEBRUARY 2017

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Left: Looking for a grill shaped like a giant pig? Hartville Hardware is the place. Right: The store’s main retail floor is large enough to easily hold an “idea home” — an 1,850-square-foot house that showcases decor, fixtures, and building materials available for sale.

Canton. Opened in 2012, Hartville Hardware is part of a 200-acre campus of Miller family enterprises that have put Hartville on the map by attracting about 2 million visitors every year. Its adjacent sister businesses include Hartville Kitchen, specializing in Amish-style comfort foods; the Hartville MarketPlace and Flea Market, which hosts about 100 indoor shops and 500 outdoor vendor spaces; and Hartville Collectibles, a gift shop and clothing boutique. “One of our favorite slogans is ‘Come here and

make a day of it,’ because we offer so much to do in one place,” Miller says. Raised in a Beachy Amish household, Miller traces his family’s entrepreneurial bent to 1939, when his grandfather started the Hartville Livestock Auction and his grandmother ran the auction barn’s lunch counter. His father, Howard Miller Sr., subsequently owned a restaurant and several other businesses in Hartville. In 1972, when Miller was 19, his father learned that a local hardware store was (Continued on Page 28)

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for sale and asked him if he would like to run it. “Dad told me that he needed my answer the next day because somebody else wanted to buy the store,” Miller recalls. He indeed was interested, and with help from his brother Wayne, who was still in high school at the time, Miller took charge of a 5,000-square-foot hardware store with three employees. Today, he is Hartville Hardware’s president, Wayne Miller is vice president, and they have more than 250 employees. According to Miller, having knowledgeable employees sets Hartville Hardware apart from big-box competitors. “One of the reasons customers come here is that our people know what they’re talking about,” he says. Many of the workers there have 20 or more years of experience and will go the extra mile to help. When an elderly woman recently came into the store and mentioned her dog had died, an employee buried the dog during his lunch hour. Hartville Hardware also carries things that customers cannot find elsewhere. “Tools and hardware are two of the store’s marquee departments,” says Miller. “We have woodworking products from England and a huge selection of nuts, bolts, and specialty fasteners.” Every February and November, the store holds giant tool sales and presents workshops conducted by industry experts. 28

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BUFFALO ~SOLDIER~ Ohio’s first national monument chronicles Charles Young’s life, from slavery to military greatness

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Charles Young was born into slavery in Mays Lick, Kentucky, in the time just after Abraham Lincoln delivered the Emancipation Proclamation and just before the ratification of the 13th Amendment, which abolished slavery. His parents, technically still considered runaway slaves, carried him as an infant across the Ohio River to the freedom granted them when his father enlisted in the Union Army. Thus began what was to become a remarkable life — and that life is chronicled and memorialized at “Youngsholm,” Young’s adulthood home in Wilberforce, just outside Xenia in southwest Ohio. First established as a National Historic Landmark in 1974, the house and land surrounding it is now Ohio’s first national monument: the Charles Young Buffalo Soldiers National Monument, established by proclamation of then-President Barack Obama on March 25, 2013. Harold Warren Jr., a Wilberforce resident who also served in the Buffalo Soldiers, talked about what the monument means for a documentary by the StoryCorps 30

historic preservation project last year: “To have that monument placed in the national park system was unbelievable,” Warren tells his son in the video. “It will be a boon to this area — a tourist attraction and a historical event that could never be matched by any other means.” The monument, still in the early stages of development, is a worthy stop on America’s history trail — especially during Black History Month in February. A brick house with polished wood floors and stainedglass windows, the monument gives an indication of the stature of Young’s accomplishments as the highest-ranking black officer in the Regular Army until his death in 1922. National Park Service staff take visitors on a trip through Young’s life. Each interpretive panel of photos and text testifies to Young’s fortitude. Among the highlights: Young’s acceptance and appointment to the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, where in 1889 — despite rampant racism and social isolation — he became the third African-American to graduate. It would be 47 years before another succeeded.

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He was assigned to command the famed Buffalo Soldiers — black cavalry troops who served in the Indian Wars after the Civil War and so nicknamed by the native American warriors they fought against. He spent the majority of his military career serving in those regiments. In 1903, Young became the first African American national park superintendent when he was assigned to protect Sequoia and General Grant (now Kings Canyon) National Parks. Several of the roads and park trails still in use can be credited to Young and the Buffalo Soldiers he commanded. Starting in 1894, Young taught military science and tactics at Wilberforce University, between military stints that included serving as a captain in the Philippine American War; as military attaché in Haiti, the Dominican Republic, and Liberia; and as a major

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leading the U.S. 10th Calvary against Pancho Villa in Mexico. His home became his refuge where he recharged with his wife, two children, and friends such as W.E.B. Dubois and poet Paul Laurence Dunbar. The house was a center of social life for students and faculty as well. In 1917, Young was promoted to colonel, but racism still dogged him. He was denied the rank of general at the start of World War I and forced to retire, a decision he fought and eventually got overturned. After the war, on assignment to Nigeria, Young died of a kidney infection. He is buried in Arlington National Cemetery, where his was one of only a handful of funerals to be held in the cemetery’s amphitheater. 

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In the middle of Mission Cemetery in Upper Sandusky stands a stone church — nearly 200 years old — built from slabs of blue limestone gathered from the nearby Sandusky River. The age of the church, however, is not the only thing that makes it special; it’s extraordinary because it is the last tangible evidence of the last Indian tribe to leave Ohio: the Wyandot. During the 1700s, half a dozen major tribes of Native Americans occupied what would become the Buckeye State in 1803. But through continual wars and broken treaties with the fledgling United States, those tribes were pushed farther and farther off their lands, until eventually all the Wyandots had left was a mere 12-mile-square parcel, centered on Upper Sandusky, known as the Grand Reserve. “As part of the treaty that put them on a reservation, the Wyandots were entitled to request funds 32

from the government to build a meeting house,” says Betsy Bowen, a Mid-Ohio Energy Cooperative member who serves on the committee that oversees the historic building. “The Wyandot Mission Church was built in 1824, ironically with funds from the U.S. War Department.” Jean Moon, another member of the committee, added that the church’s first pastor was John Stewart, who came in 1816. Stewart, Moon says, was “a young black man from Virginia who came to preach to the Indians. And he preached through another black man, interpreter Jonathan Pointer, who had been adopted by the Wyandots as a child.” A series of missionary pastors followed Stewart through the years, and all seemed to be going well — until February 1830, when the Indian Removal Act was introduced in Congress. The bill, which required all American

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Indians then living on reservations to be relocated to land west of the Mississippi, narrowly passed, and was signed into law by President Andrew Jackson on May 28 of that year. Vice President Martin Van Buren called it the highlight of Jackson’s presidency. The 664 Wyandots reluctantly began their journey west on July 12, 1843 — some on horseback, some in wagons, and others simply

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walking. Their path took them through Kenton, Bellefontaine, Springfield, Xenia, and eventually to Cincinnati. Newspapers in the towns along the way all carried stories of the Wyandot passing. A reporter for the Springfield Republic wrote: “It was indeed a melancholy sight to witness the departure of the last Redman from our borders. Only a few years have elapsed since they were the sole owners of every acre of soil in Ohio. Judging from the past, we suppose that in a few years the Wyandot tribe will become extinct. It has not been long since they numbered thousands; now only a few hundred remain. May the power of the Almighty guard and protect them so long as one drop of aboriginal blood continues to flow.” In Cincinnati, tribal members boarded two steamboats that took them to Missouri, a trip requiring nearly three weeks. But upon arrival, there was no land awaiting them as the government had promised. Forced to camp along the Missouri River in cold and damp conditions, some 100 tribal members died that winter — men, women, and children. 34

Plaques (above and below) erected at the grounds of the old Mission Church give a bit of the history of the site. At left, another plaque marks the grave of the church’s original pastor.

The remaining members of the tribe eventually moved overland into Kansas and Oklahoma. Today, a combined total of about 6,000 Wyandots live in Kansas, Oklahoma, Michigan, and Canada. The stone Wyandot Mission Church in Upper Sandusky was placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1976 by the U.S. Department of the Interior.  W.H. “CHIP” GROSS, a member of

Consolidated Electric Cooperative, is Country Living’s outdoors editor. He encourages readers to share outdoors story ideas at whchipgross@ gmail.com. 

If You Go... If you’d like to visit the Wyandot Mission Church at Upper Sandusky, it’s open June, July, and August, Friday through Sunday, 1-4 p.m. Ecumenical services are held on Sunday mornings. Special tours can be arranged at other times of the year by calling the John Stewart United Methodist Church at 419-294-2867.

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NORTHWEST FEB. 4 – Ice-A-Fair, 685 Main St., Vermilion. A free daylong winter event for the entire family. More than 40 glittering ice sculptures on display and ice carving demos throughout the day. Easily walkable or tour by Lolly the Trolley 11 a.m.–4 p.m. ($2). More than 20 shops and restaurants will be open to welcome visitors. Sample chocolate confections at Ritter Public Library’s Chocolate Festival, 10 a.m.–1 p.m., 50 cents a taste. The event caps at 6 p.m. with a towering display of Fire & Ice. End the day at the Meltdown party at the Vermilion Boat Club at 7 p.m. ($25). 440963-0772 or www.mainstreetvermilion.org. FEB. 4 – The Time Jumpers, featuring Vince Gill, Niswonger Performing Arts Ctr., 10700 St. Rte. 118 S., Van Wert, 7:30 p.m. $25–$45. The 10-member band is a “Who’s Who” of country music. 419-2386722 or www.npacvw.org. FEB. 4–5 – Tri-State Gun Show, Allen Co. Fgds., 2750 Harding Hwy., Lima (2 miles east of Lima on St. Rte. 309), Sat. 8:30 a.m.–4 p.m., Sun. 8:30 a.m.–3 p.m. $5, free for members, under 18 free. Over 400 tables of modern and antique guns, knives, hunting equipment, and associated collectibles for purchase. 419-647-0067 or www.tristategunshow.org. FEB. 10–12 – 2017 Camp and Travel RV Show, SeaGate Convention Ctr., 401 Jefferson Ave., Toledo (times TBA). $6, Srs. $5, under 16 free. Northwest Ohio’s oldest and largest RV show. See over 100 RVs plus RV accessories and more. 419-2553300 or www.toledo-seagate.com/events. FEB. 10–12 – Winterfest/BG Chillabration, Bowling Green. Free. Ice carving demos, Skate with the Bobcats, 1-mile Frostbite run, chili and soup cookoff, 50th Celebration BGSU Ice Arena Party, BGHS Art Show, and much more! Go to Facebook for full list of events and times. 419-353-9445 or https://www.gobgohio.com. FEB. 12 – Bedazzle Bridal Expo, Wyandot Co. Fdgs., Masters Bldg., 10171 St. Hwy. 53 N., Upper Sandusky, 12–2:30 p.m. $7. Over 40 exhibitors showcase their products and services that enhance and create that special day for the bride. Includes photography, event planning, tuxedo rental, dresses, catering, and more. Resources for other special events as well. 419-294-3349 or http://uppersanduskychamber.com. FEB. 12 – Broadway’s 42nd Street, Niswonger Performing Arts Ctr., 10700 St. Rte. 118 S., Van Wert, 2 and 7:30 p.m. $35–$60. The quintessential backstage musical comedy classic. 419-238-6722 or www.npacvw.org.

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NORTHEAST THROUGH FEB. 28 – After Christmas Sale at Tis the Season, 4363 St. Rte. 39, Berlin. Save 50% storewide (collectibles not included) at Ohio’s largest year-round Christmas shop. 330-893-3604 or www. tistheseasonchristmas.com. THROUGH MAR. 18 – Geauga Fresh Farmers’ Market – Winter Market, Lowe’s Greenhouse and Gift, 16540 Chillicothe Rd., Bainbridge, every Sat. 9 a.m.–noon. Pastured meats, free-range eggs, winter vegetables, honey, maple syrup, and bakery items are just a sample of what is offered. 440-474-9885 and 216219-6840. FEB. 3 – Stephen Wright, Ohio Theatre, 1511 Euclid Ave., Cleveland. $45– $65. Enjoy the offbeat humor of this Academy Award winner and comedy legend. 216-241-6000, 866-546-1353, or www.playhousesquare.org. FEB. 3–12 – The Great Big Home and Garden Show, IX Center, 1 I-X Center Dr., Cleveland, Mon.–Fri. 11 a.m.–9 p.m., Sat./ Sun. 10 a.m.–6 p.m. Appearances by Kathy Ireland, HGTV stars, and others. 440-2485729 or www.greatbighomeandgarden. com. FEB. 4 – Winter Hike, Findley State Park, 25381 St. Rte. 58, Wellington, 10 a.m.– 4 p.m. Experience the beauty of winter through the woodlands and around the lake. 10K, 5K, and interpretive led hikes. Donations accepted for cornbread and bean soup after hikes. Meet at the Nature Ctr. and dress for the winter. 440-6475749 or http://parks.ohiodnr.gov/findley. FEB. 11 – Tree Tapping Ceremony, Burton Log Cabin and Sugar Camp, 14590 E. Park St., Burton, 10 a.m.–4 p.m. Free. The official start to the maple syrup season with demos, hot chocolate, and doughnuts. Tap your own tree in the park and put your name on it for the length of the season. 440-834-4204 or www.burtonchamberofcommerce.org. FEB. 12 – Donut Fest, Red Space, 2400 Superior Ave. E., Cleveland. Two sessions: 10 a.m.–12 p.m., 12–2 p.m. $30. Limited VIP session, 8–10 a.m. $45. The city’s finest restaurants and bakeries submit their best cruller, ring, or long john and compete against each other for the title of “Best Donut.” Taste the delicious entries and enjoy samples of fine coffee. 216-2414040 or http://donutfest.com.

FEB. 18 – Brite Winter, West Bank of the Flats, Cleveland, 3 p.m.–1 a.m. The best of local, regional, and national musicians and local artisans. www.britewinter. com. FEB. 24–MAR. 5 – Cleveland Auto Show, IX Center, One I-X Dr., Cleveland, Fri. 5–10 p.m., Sat. 11 a.m.–10 p.m., Sun. 11 a.m.–8 p.m. $13, Srs./C. (7–12) $11, under 7 free. Indoor test drives, drawings, and the Classic Car Competition are among the special features. www.clevelandautoshow. com. FEB. 25 – Lake Erie Folk Fest, Shore Cultural Centre, 291 E. 222nd St., Euclid, 1-6 p.m., concert at 7:30 p.m. Free afternoon of music workshops, dances, community jams, and children’s programs. Cap off your day with an inspiring evening concert ($10, under 12 free). lakeeriefolkfest@ gmail.com or www.lakeeriefolkfest.com.

CENTRAL THROUGH MAR. 5 – Orchids, Franklin Park Conservatory, 1777 E. Broad St., Columbus, daily 10 a.m.–5 p.m. $14, Srs./ Stds. $11, C. (3-17) $7, under 3 free. Stroll through an indoor garden inspired by the opulence of the Art Deco movement. Thousands of orchid blooms and tropical plants are displayed in artful designs. 614715-8000 or http://fpconservatory.org. FEB. 1–12 – Baskerville: A Sherlock Holmes Mystery, Studio One, Riffe Ctr., 77 S. High St., Columbus. $20–$40. Sherlock Holmes and Watson meet up with The 39 Steps in this madcap mystery farce. 614-469-0939 or www.catco.org. FEB. 2–5 – Ella Fitzgerald and the Great Ladies of Jazz, Southern Theatre, 21 E. Main St., Columbus, Thur. 7:30 p.m., Fri.–Sat. 8 p.m., Sun. 3 p.m. $25. Celebrating the centenary of America’s “First Lady of Song” and the legacy of her contemporaries. 614-469-0939 or www. jazzartsgroup.org. FEB. 2 – Groundhog Day with Buckeye Chuck, iHeart Marion, 1330 N. Main St., Marion. Ohio’s official weatherpredicting groundhog will check for his shadow. Come early before the sun comes up to see Chuck. Always hot drinks and, of course, the traditional Spam burgers! 740383-1131 or www.wmrn.com.

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FEB. 3–4 – Lancaster Antique Show, Fairfield Co. Fgds., Ed Sands Bldg., 157 E. Fair Ave., Lancaster, Fri. preview 6–8:30 p.m., Sat. 9 a.m.–3 p.m. $10 for two-day pass; $6 for Sat. only. 18th-century to mid20th-century antiques, country furniture, textiles, stoneware, original art, and more. 614-325-8873 or 614-989-5811. FEB. 3–4 – AAA Great Vacations Travel Expo, Greater Columbus Convention Ctr., 400 High St., Columbus, Fri. 12–7 p.m., Sat. 10 a.m.–7 p.m., Sun. 11 a.m.–4 p.m. $8. Talk one-on-one with travel experts and find vacation packages to fit every budget and interest. Fun activities for the whole family. www.aaagreatvacations.com. FEB. 3–26 – Columbus Blue Jackets Winter Park, McFerson Commons, 218 West St., Columbus. $5. This outdoor community skate rink is open throughout February for public and private skating sessions. Equipped with bleacher seating, a skate rental tent, and four heated locker rooms. The park also features a tall tubing hill. www.experiencecolumbus.com. FEB. 4–5 – The Wizard of Oz, COSI, 333 W. Broad St., Columbus, 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. Part of COSI’s Winter Movie Series. See the beloved classic on the giant screen! 614-228-2674 or http://cosi.org. FEB. 10 – Firefall and Pure Prairie League, Palace Theatre, 276 W. Center St., Marion, 7:30 p.m. $22–$36. Experience countless memorable hits of the ’60s and ’70s. 740-383-2101 or www. marionpalace.org. FEB. 10–12 – Columbus Fishing Expo, Ohio Expo Ctr., Bricker Bldg., 717 E. 17th Ave., Columbus, 12–8 p.m. Three days of sport fishing education and fun. 614-3615548 or www.columbusfishingexpo.com. FEB. 11 – Valentine’s Hike, Marion Tallgrass Trail, 2093 Holland Rd. W., Marion, 1–4 p.m. Come as you please and hike at your own pace for as far as you like. Join Naturalist James Anderson for a guided nature tour starting at 1:30 p.m. at the nature center. This is a great way to meet new people and enjoy the outdoors. Please dress for the weather and bring water. Make sure to stop in the nature center for refreshments! 740-223-4160 or www.marioncountyparks.info. FEB. 11–12 – Wille Wonka and the Chocolate Factory, COSI, 333 W. Broad St., Columbus, 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. Part of COSI’s Winter Movie Series. See the beloved classic on the giant screen! 614228-2674 or http://cosi.org. FEB. 17–19 – James and the Giant Peach, Main Stage, Jr. Palace Production, 276 W. Center St., Marion, 7:30 p.m., matinee Sun. 2 p.m. $12–$18. 740-383-2101 or www.marionpalace.org.

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FEB. 18–26 – Columbus Dispatch Home and Garden Show, Ohio Expo Ctr., Bricker Bldg. and Celeste Ctr., 717 E. 17th Ave., Columbus, Sat. and Mon. 10 a.m.–8 p.m., Sun. 10 a.m.–6 p.m., closed Tues., Wed.–Fri. 12–8 p.m. Expertise from local gurus and craftsmen, how-to sessions and demos, fun for the kids, giveaways, celebrity appearances, and much more. www.dispatchhomeandgardenshow.com.

FEB. 18–19 – Heritage Arms Gun Show, Pritchard Laughlin Civic Ctr., 7033 Glenn Highway, Cambridge, Fri. 9 a.m.–5 p.m., Sat. 9 a.m.–4 p.m. 740-439-7009 or www.pritchardlaughlin.com.

FEB. 11–19 – The Wizard of Oz, Taft Theater, 317 E. 5th St., Cincinnati. $10–$30. The classic tale comes to life on the stage. 800-745-3000 or www.thechildrenstheatre.com.

FEB. 24 – Route 66, Pritchard Laughlin Civic Ctr., 7033 Glenn Highway, Cambridge, 7:30 p.m. The ’50s music in this show is energizing and fun for all ages. 740-439-7009 or www.pritchardlaughlin.com.

FEB. 17, 18 – Great Backyard Bird Count, Cedar Bog Nature Preserve, 980 Woodburn Rd., Urbana. 937-484-3744 or e-mail cedarbog@ctcn.net.

FEB. 19 – Fairfield Co. Antique Tractor Club Toy Show, Fairfield Co. Fgds., AAA Bldg., Lancaster, 9 a.m.–3 p.m. 740-4072347 or www.fairfieldcountytractorclub. com.

FEB. 24–25 – A Night of One Acts, Cambridge Performing Arts Ctr., Cambridge. Fri. is adult night; Sat. is family night. $5. 740-261-4304 or www.cambridgeperformingartscentre.org.

FEB. 24 – Lisa Biales, Palace Theatre, May Pavilion, 276 W. Center St., Marion, 7:30 p.m. $15. Dubbed the “Belle of the Blues,” Lisa Biales sings from the heart. 740-383-2101 or www.marionpalace.org.

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FEB. 25 – Jammin’ for Johnson, Cambridge Eagles Club, 1930 E. Wheeling Ave., Cambridge. $10/person, $15/couple. Jazz jam in memory of the late Bunk Johnson. Annual fundraiser features some of the best musicians in Ohio. 740-4354847.

FEB. 3 – First Fridays, downtown Marietta, 5–9 p.m. A celebration of small business, community, art, music, and all that makes downtown Marietta special. Special shopping hours so the community can “shop local” and support small businesses. http://mariettaohio.org.

FEB. 27 – National Symphony Orchestra of the Ukraine, Secrest Auditorium, 334 Shinnick St., Zanesville, 7 p.m. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. This famous orchestra makes its first concert tour to the U.S. 740-454-6851 or www.zanesvilleconcertassociation.com.

FEB. 11 – Sweethearts Hike, Hocking Hills, 19852 St. Rte. 664 S., Logan. Free. Take your sweetheart for a romantic stroll to Ash Cave in the soft light of dusk. Afterward, enjoy a cozy fire and refreshments. 740-385-6842 or http://parks. ohiodnr.gov/hockinghills.

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FEB. 11 – The McCartney Project, Majestic Theater, 45 E. 2nd St., Chillicothe, 7:30 p.m. $18–$20. The ultimate live concert tribute to Paul McCartney & Wings and The Beatles. 614-257-8107 or http:// themccartneyproject.com.

FEB. 5 – Medina Railroad and Toy Show, Medina Co. Community Ctr./ Medina Fgds., 735 Lafayette Rd. (St. Rte. 42), Medina, 9 a.m.–3 p.m. $6. 330-9484400 or www.conraddowdell.com

FEB. 11 – Contemporary Gun Makers and Allied Artists, Campus Martius Museum, Marietta, 9:30 a.m.–4 p.m. $7, Stds. $4. Features some of the finest artisans who specialize in re-creating the tools and weapons of frontier settlers. Special demonstrations in the art of barrel rifling using 18th- and early 19th-century techniques. Original rifling machines will be on display. Merchants include gunsmiths and makers of powder horn and hunting bags. 740-373-3750 or www. campusmartiusmuseum.org. FEB. 16 – Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella, Vern Riffe Ctr., 940 Second St., Portsmouth, 7:30 p.m. $25–$60. This lush production features an incredible orchestra, jaw-dropping transformations, and all the moments you love — the pumpkin, the glass slipper, the masked ball, and more — plus some surprising new twists! 740-351-3600 or https://vrcfa.com.

FEB. 3–4 – Mahler’s Fifth, Schuster Ctr., 1 W. Center St., Dayton. $15–$65. Performed by the Dayton Philharmonic Orchestra. 937-224-3521 or http://daytonperformingarts.org.

FEB. 10–12 – King Arthur’s Camelot, 650 Walnut St., Cincinnati, Fri. 8 p.m., Sat. 2 and 8 p.m., Sun. 1 and 6:30 p.m. From $32. One of the few ballets created based on the legendary tale. Complete with puppets, projections, and jousting. 513621-5282 or www.cballet.org. FEB. 11–12 – Jungle Jim’s Big Cheese Festival, Oscar Event Ctr., Jungle Jim’s International Market, 5440 Dixie Highway, Fairfield, 12–5 p.m. $12, C. $2, under 5 free. Sample amazing cheeses plus a variety of meats, olives, and other appetizers, as well as fabulous beers and wines. 513-674-6055 or www.junglejims.com/ bigcheesefest. FEB. 11–12 – Chazziz 8th Annual Valentine’s Car Show, Roberts Centre, 123 Gano Rd., Wilmington, Sat. 1–10 p.m., Sun. 10 a.m.–3 p.m. Open to all makes and models. Door prizes, vendors, games, and music. 937-218-2290 or www.facebook.com/chazziz.

FEB. 17–18 – 10th Annual Cincy Beerfest, Duke Energy Ctr., regular admission Fri. and Sun. 7:30–11 p.m., Sat. 1–4:30 p.m. $45–$55, Early Admission ticket $55–$65, Special Connoisseur ticket $95. Choose 25 samples from over 500 fresh craft beers. 150-plus breweries represented. Beard and Mustache Competition, Sat. 8 p.m. www.cincybeerfest.com. FEB. 25 – Winter Hike, Caesar Creek State Park, 8570 E St. Rte.73, Waynesville, 10 a.m.–noon. Self-guided hike to Horseshoe Falls and our 103foot swinging bridge. Warm up with a nice soup lunch at the Nature Center before going on to Crawdad Falls. 513-897-2437 or www.facebook.com/ CaesarCreekStatePark. FEB. 25–26 – "20th Century Cincinnati," Sharonville Convention Ctr., 11355 Chester Rd., Cincinnati, 11 a.m.–5 p.m. Preview starts at 9 a.m. $8 admission covers both days. Annual retrospective of vintage modern design: the avant-garde art, architecture, furnishings, décor, and fashions that emerged between World War I and the Information Age. 513-7387256 or http://20thcenturycincinnati.com. FEB. 26 – Skunk Cabbage Walk, Cedar Bog Nature Preserve, 980 Woodburn Rd., Urbana. $5, C. and CBA members $4. 937484-3744 or www.cedarbognp.org. FEB. 26 – Cincinnati Bridal Expo, Centre Park, 5800 Mulhauser Rd., West Chester, 11 a.m.–4 p.m. $5 advance, $8 at door. Cincinnati’s premier bridal show. Fashion shows 12:30 and 2:30. 937-5504138 or http://ohiobridalexpos.com.

WEST VIRGINIA THROUGH MAR. 31 – Honeymoon and Anniversary Packages, North Bend State Park, 202 North Bend Park Rd., Cairo. $80–$120. 800-CALL-WVA or www. northbendsp.com. FEB. 11–12 – Sweethearts Getaway, North Bend State Park, 202 North Bend Park Rd., Cairo. $50–$199. Celebrate romance in style, with dinner, live entertainment, and dancing. 800-CALL-WVA or www.northbendsp.com.

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BUCKEYE Buckeye Chuck, Ohio’s official weather-prognosticating groundhog, does not live what anyone would consider a tough life; after all, he’s called upon to work only one day a year. But oh, that one day: Groundhog Day, February 2 — the day the entire world watches with bated breath to see what he sees when he comes out of his den. The legend goes that groundhogs emerge from their winter nap each year on that date to gauge the weather. If it’s a cloudy day and they don’t see their shadow, winter is essentially over. But if it’s a sunny day and they do see their shadow, supposedly it scares them back into their burrow for six more weeks of winter. There is a little fact behind the myth. Groundhogs hibernate, but they are light sleepers, and during breaks in winter weather when temperatures rise a bit, they are known to come out looking for something to eat. Buckeye Chuck makes his annual grand appearance and weather forecast from WMRN radio station in Marion. He became the state’s official weather-prognosticating groundhog in 1979 by proclamation of the Ohio legislature — and new generations of Buckeye Chucks have kept it going for 37 years. And though Scott Shawver, the WMRN station manager, claims that “everyone knows Buckeye Chuck really lives in the woods behind the radio station,” Chuck’s keeper is Craig Kokas, who lives near the village of Green Camp in Marion County and is a member of Mid-Ohio Energy Cooperative. Kokas runs Kokas Exotics, a state-licensed animal breeder and dealer that also has lemurs, foxes, 40

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each Groundhog Day from atop Gobbler’s Knob. But Phil is not always pleased to be dragged from his warm winter den for such human foolishness. As a result, he has a tendency to bite. Buckeye Chuck, being a much more refined and well-behaved groundhog, would certainly never do such a thing. Besides being a bit cheeky, Punxsutawney Phil is also not very accurate with his weather forecasting, being correct only about 39 percent of the time. Buckeye Chuck, on the other hand, claims about 75 percent accuracy — though what constitutes an early spring can be a matter of personal judgment. Will his weather prediction this year prove true? We’ll know soon enough. 

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