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ALSO INSIDE Adding power to the grid The most important meal of the day Chestnut: An American comeback?

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Electricity Revolutionized the Way We Cook. WHAT WILL IT DO NEXT? Electricity. Every day it brings us something new. Something to empower or simplify our lives. Clean. Efficient. And stable. You might call it the essential energy. Now, and for the future.

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Electricity. A world of possibilities.

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INSIDE COVER STORY 24 MILLING AROUND

Ohio once was home to upwards of 2,500 working gristmills; today, only a handful remain in operation.

FEATURES 4 INTERCONNECTIONS Cooperatives are in a unique position to help members connect their renewable energy sources to the grid.

10 NO TWO ARE ALIKE A Kelleys Island artisan turns the glass and stones she finds into unique jewelry items that tourists love.

15 TIME FOR BREAKFAST! Just because it’s the most important meal of

the day doesn’t mean that cooking breakfast has to take all morning.

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.

30 A PLACE OF THEIR OWN In 1843, a Virginia plantation

owner’s crisis of conscience led him to free his slaves to settle in Ohio. Now, historians are struggling to preserve their stories.

32 AN AMERICAN COMEBACK? The population of American

chestnut trees was nearly wiped out by disease, but scientists may have it on the verge of a rebound.

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about your electric cooperative and our network of related cooperatives. One of our primary aims is to inform and educate — making it clear that you, our members, own the company, and so you have a say in how the organization is operated. Our success is based on the trust and confidence that a well-informed membership places in us. We hope our revamped Pat O’Loughlin, magazine is a visible President and CEO, reminder of that.

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DID YOU KNOW? There were over 1,861 buhrstone mills in Ohio in 1840, according to D.W. Garber's 1970 book, Waterwheels and Millstones: A History of Ohio Gristmills and Milling. Of those, 536 were flour mills, and 1,325 were gristmills. By 1922, there were only 94 water-powered mills.

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POWER LINES

BY JEFF McCALLISTER

INTERCONNECTIONS:

Co-ops can help members connect renewables to the grid

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here are lots of reasons that electric consumers may check into the possibility of generating some of their own power — after all, sunshine and wind are seemingly free, and modern technology has made it possible to use those resources at the household or building level in a way that’s never been possible.

But there’s much to consider before making that decision: economics — the real monetary potential of the system; safety — for both consumers and lineworkers trying to restore power during an outage; The co-ops are and reliability — ensuring a the real experts steady flow of electricity.

who can educate their members.

While installation contractors will have varying levels of expertise on those matters, your local electric cooperative has trained energy advisors on staff who are qualified to advise members when it comes to installing new systems. “When members add these systems to their property, they need to stay connected to the grid, which means they’re still going to be members of their coop, they’re going to get a bill from their co-op,” says

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Ben Wilson, manager of power delivery engineering at Ohio’s Electric Cooperatives, the power supplier and service organization for the state’s co-ops. “Our co-ops pride themselves on being experts who can educate their members on the economics and technical issues involved with these small-scale renewable interconnections. Members should take advantage of that expertise.” Solar panels do not produce energy at night, and the wind doesn’t always blow. Short of effective and economical storage systems, which aren’t available yet, members need to remain connected to the grid. These properly interconnected generation systems allow members to power their homes or businesses with renewable energy, while still keeping the lights on using the co-op’s distribution system. Systems that are interconnected can then feed power back into the electric grid when the system produces more than the consumer needs.

Co-ops offer community solar as an alternative to interconnected systems Small-scale renewable projects can be costly, unsightly, and potentially damaging to building structures. Consistent with cooperative principles, where doing things together is more efficient than doing things on our own, cooperatives launched a new community solar project in Ohio called

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OurSolar. Most electric cooperatives in Ohio offer community solar projects that members may subscribe to and thus avoid having to put up panels on their property. But the cooperative staff understands that some consumers will want to do it on their own. That’s the reason co-op members who are interested in generation systems should contact their cooperative first. “The co-op can help you choose a system that includes the safety and power-quality components you will need to keep everyone — the members, co-op crews, and the rest of the community — safe,” Wilson says. “If a storm hits and a power outage occurs, for example, generation systems have to be able to properly disconnect from the electric grid to ensure that lineworkers are not injured or electrocuted while they’re restoring power.” As part of the process, the co-op and consumer-member will need to sign an interconnection agreement that will specify the technical aspects and financial requirements of the interconnected renewable system. “Any member, large or small, that wants to generate and feed power back into the grid needs to understand the requirements for an interconnection,” Wilson says. “We want to support the member who wants to put 10 solar panels on a roof, the dairy operation with a large biodigester, the wind turbine at an industrial plant, and the member who simply wants renewable energy to supply a small part of their power needs without a significant

Power sources that are connected to the electric grid, such as this biodigester, need an interconnection agreement to ensure the safety of all involved.

financial investment. They all have interconnection requirements that make sure the delivery of power is safe and reliable.” In addition to safety concerns, members who are interested in generation systems should contact their co-op to review applicable metering rates. When a member’s panels feed excess electricity back into the grid to be used elsewhere, their utility bill will be adjusted to reflect the additional power the system provided. Individual co-ops have their own policies and rates for how this is determined. “The way we generate and use electricity is evolving,” Wilson says. “We want to work together with our member-owners to ensure a safe, reliable electric system. The co-op is here to help.”

Electric co-ops draw power from a variety of sources, including community solar projects such as Butler Rural Electric Cooperative’s installation.

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rainbow assortment of beach-glass fragments, pottery pieces, wave-washed shells, and “lucky” stones, personally customized and hand-wrapped with wire, greet you at the door of the quaint Kelleys Island storefront — welcome to Cathy’s Wire Art Jewelry.

Even to this day, she sells some of her eye-catching work directly off her neck, though the 384-squarefoot shop (they share with their daughter Diana’s business, Glass Monkey, which sells stained-glass items) is always stocked with 400 to 500 pieces of jewelry for customers to browse.

“I really enjoy crafting the beach glass into a wearable piece of art,” co-owner Cathy Coffman says. “I usually sit right at my table and make new pieces all day.”

“My jewelry is unique because it’s not soldered,” Cathy says. “Truly, no two pieces are alike. I also like to redesign old costume jewelry and make it new again. For example, turning a clip on an earring into a pendant.”

The full-time seasonal operation is run by Cathy and her husband, George, both of whom have been members of HancockWood Electric Cooperative for nearly 40 years. George handles the practical side of things — drilling on-site to create the unique stones and glass — while Cathy does the creative work: wire-wrapping each piece into a unique work of art that sells for anywhere from $5 to $100. It all started 13 years ago when Cathy, simply twiddling around, wound some wire around a beloved piece of beach glass she had collected and then wore it to work as a necklace. People repeatedly asked where she had bought it, and after telling them she made it, her business launched on the spot. 10

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Taking only around two hours to craft, each of Cathy’s pieces can be completed in a short period of time so tourists can pick them up before leaving for the mainland. And replicating a design? No way — that’d be a sin. Each and every customer’s purchase is guaranteed, according to Cathy. “I’m 100 percent self-taught and don’t have a signature style because I’m always trying something new,” she says. To learn more about Cathy’s Wire Art Jewelry, search for her shop at www.facebook.com, where she sells jewelry year-round. To contact Cathy directly, call 419-746-2751 or e-mail kiojewelry@yahoo.com.

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Mulch as you mow. Let the mower do the work for you by discharging the grass clippings through the chute that comes out the mower deck. The clippings serve as mulch, then decompose quickly to add organic matter and nitrogen back to the soil in one easy step. Bottom line: The clippings will ultimately fertilize your lawn.

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Save those eggshells. Adding crushed eggshells to the soil before planting tomatoes will provide the extra calcium that tomatoes love. Plus, the added calcium will also improve the taste and quality of the fruit by preventing blossom-end rot, which is a calcium-deficiency condition causing dark, leathery patches on the ends of the fruit.

Blanket your plants with a lightweight floating row cover such as Reemay. By covering up susceptible plants, the row cover will prevent nasty pest insects from gaining access. Just be sure to remove the cover once flowers appear, to allow for pollination.

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Attract feathered friends. A single swallow can easily devour hundreds of bad bugs in an afternoon feast. Attract swallows and other bug-eating birds by making your garden more inviting. Include birdhouses and a bird bath or two, along with seed- and fruit-bearing plants, shrubs, and vines.

Be waterwise. Soaker hoses and drip irrigation not only water plants more efficiently, they are also one of the most practical timesavers you will ever use.

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BY MARGIE WUEBKER; LIGHTER FARE BY DIANE YOAKAM PHOTOS BY CHERYL BACH

Courtesy Friends of the Topiary Park; above: Damaine Vonada

Time for

BREAKFAST! We all know that breakfast is the most important meal of the day — and even though the best dishes are so comforting and delicious that “breakfast for dinner” has become a staple in many a household, its most important task is to fuel us up for a tough day ahead. The morning meal needn’t be a time-killer, either; some breakfast casseroles can be made the night before to save time, while other dishes can be prepared in a hurry, just before serving.

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SAUSAGE AND EGG CASSEROLE

BACON AND APPLE PANCAKES

6 eggs 1 tsp. salt ¼ tsp. pepper 1 tsp. dry mustard 2 cups milk 6 slices bread, cut into small pieces ½ cup onion, chopped 1 small can mushrooms, drained and chopped ½ cup cheddar cheese, grated 1 lb. bulk sausage, lightly browned and drained

1 egg 1 cup buttermilk 2 Tbsp. vegetable oil or melted butter 1 cup all-purpose flour 1 Tbsp. sugar 1 tsp. baking powder ½ tsp. baking soda ½ tsp. salt 6 slices bacon, fried and crumbled 1 medium Golden Delicious apple, peeled and finely diced

Beat eggs slightly. Add salt, pepper, dry mustard, and milk. Add bread pieces, chopped onions, chopped mushrooms, cheese, and sausage, stirring to mix. Spray a 9x13-inch pan with cooking spray. Pour mixture into prepared pan. Cover and refrigerate at least 6 hours or overnight. Bake at 350 degrees for 45 minutes. Yield: 4 to 6 servings.

Beat egg; add remaining ingredients in order listed and beat with mixer or whisk until smooth (batter will be thick). Cook on heated and greased skillet or griddle. Turn pancakes as soon as they are puffed and full of bubbles (but before bubbles break). Cook other side until golden brown. Yield: 12 pancakes.

BREAKFAST STUFFED PEPPERS LIGHTER FARE

5 eggs 1/2 cup milk 3/4 tsp. salt 2 Tbsp. green onions, chopped 1/4 cup fresh spinach, chopped 1/2 cup shredded sharp cheddar cheese 4 bell peppers, halved and seeded Preheat oven to 350 degrees. In a medium bowl, whisk together eggs, milk, salt, green onions, spinach, and cheese. Lay peppers, cut side up, in a lightly greased baking dish. Divide egg mixture evenly among peppers. Cover with foil and bake for 45 to 50 minutes, until eggs are set. Yield: 4 servings. Slow cooker method: Place peppers in slow cooker lined with foil and fill with egg mixture. Cook on low for 3 to 4 hours or until eggs are set. PER SERVING: 154 CAL.; 6.8 G FAT (2.3 G SATURATED FAT); 1.7 G FIBER; 12.7 G PROTEIN.

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LIT BREAKFAST BANANA SP 1 medium banana rt 1/2 cup vanilla Greek yogu sliced 1/4 cup fresh strawberries, 1/4 cup fresh blueberries toasted 1 Tbsp. chopped pecans, or honey 1 Tbsp. real maple syrup

and place in a banana Slice banana lengthwise Top with Greek yogurt, split boat or cereal bowl. d drizzle with syrup or berries, and pecans, an .; 6.3 G FAT PER SERVING: 300 CAL honey. Yield: 1 serving. (2 G SATURATED FAT);

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BY PAT KEEGAN AND AMY WHEELESS

THE EFFICIENCY EXPERT

ENERGY-

EFFICIENT TREES?

Landscaping the right way can help you save energy Deciduous trees on the south and west sides of your home can deflect summer sun. Photo by Alan Davey (flickr.com/photos/adavey/10494825644)

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ate winter and early spring are great times to think about changes you want to make to your home’s landscape. While the goal of most lawn and garden projects is to bring beauty to your outdoor space, a well-designed project can also improve your energy bill and increase the overall value of your home, along with other benefits.

An arbor or trellis over a door or window can provide both an interesting focal point and summer shade. Photo by Ruth Hartnup (flickr.com/photos/ ruthanddave/7997093661)

The two best strategies for improving the energy efficiency of your home with landscaping are to incorporate shading in the summer and wind- blocking in the winter.

Summer shading

According to the U.S. Department of Energy, shading your home is the most cost-effective way to reduce heat gain from the sun and reduce air-conditioning costs in the summer. Having more plants and trees in your yard can reduce the air temperature by up to 6 degrees F.

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Planting deciduous trees on the south, southwest, and west sides of your home can cut heating during hot summer months, while allowing sunlight through during the fall and winter, when the trees have lost their leaves. When planting trees, consider the expected shape and height of the mature trees and where they will shade your home. A tree with a high mature height planted on the south side of a home, for example, will provide all-day roof shading in the summer, while a lower tree on the west side of your home can protect your home from the lower afternoon sun. Plant trees an appropriate distance away from your home, so they do not disrupt your foundation or your roof as they grow. While it will be five to 10 years before a newly planted tree will begin providing shade to your roof, it can start shading windows immediately. Incorporate other plants to provide near-term shade. Shrubs, bushes, and vines can quickly shade windows and walls.

Wind-blocking techniques

If your home is in an open area without many structures around it, cold winter winds may increase your

heating bills. A windbreak can help deflect these winds over your home. The most common type of windbreak uses a combination of conifer (evergreen) trees and shrubs to block wind from the ground to the top of your home. For the best windbreak effect, plant these features on the north and northwest sides of your home between two and five times the height of the mature trees. Incorporating a wall or fence can further assist with the windbreak.

Plant away from power lines

If your home or property is near power lines, talk with your electric co-op about how far away newly planted trees should be from these lines before making any final design decisions about your yard. A good rule of thumb is to plant as far away from power lines as the tree will grow tall — for example, plant a 40foot tree at least 40 feet away from any power line. PAT KEEGAN and AMY WHEELESS write

for Collaborative Efficiency. For more ideas on energyefficient landscaping, visit www. collaborativeefficiency.com/ energytips.

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As an electric cooperative, Washington Electric is guided by an elected board of directors who represent its members’ best interest when making important decisions.

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cooperative’s service territory and voted into position by any member who chooses to participate in the cooperative’s Jack Bragg Jr. General Manager/CEO open election. Any co-op member (in good standing) is welcome to run for an open position on the board.

It is important for us to elect strong directors to our board. We must have a pool of strong candidates, which is why we encourage new members to run in our board elections. Fresh ideas and new perspectives help us to enact policies that could potentially keep our community competitive. Not only do we need to encourage our friends and family to run for positions on the board, but we need to get out and vote for those individuals we think will act in the best interest of our co-op community.

At Washington Electric Cooperative, we hold elections every spring. This year, there are three open seats. Our nominating committee met Feb. 6 and nominated the following individuals to run in this year’s election: incumbents Paul Fleeman, Eldon Miller, and Larry Ullman, as well as Jedd Butler and Leroy Schroeder. The election will be conducted by mail-in ballot beginning in mid-April, with results announced at our annual meeting on May 18.

Our board (pictured below) is a democratically elected body nominated by members of the

David Miller Chairman

Details about the election will follow in the April edition of Ohio Cooperative Living magazine.

Paul Fleeman First Vice Chairman

William Bowersock

Betty Martin Secretary-Treasurer

Gale DuPuy

Eldon Miller Asst. Secretary-Treasurer

Larry Ullman

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We want to

HEAR FROM YOU! Your thoughts and opinions about Washington Electric help us to serve you better. In April, Washington Electric Cooperative will be working with NRECA Market Research Services to complete a member satisfaction survey. The surveys will be both by phone and e-mail, but not everyone will be contacted. If you are contacted, we would greatly appreciate a few minutes of your time to share your opinions of the cooperative. All information is confidential. We strive to provide all members with safe, affordable, and reliable electric service. By participating in the survey, you will help us make decisions that benefit you, your family, and your neighbors. Thank you!

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

June 9-15 Washington Electric Cooperative, Inc.

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What is Youth Tour? The Electric Cooperative Youth Tour is an annual leadership program sponsored by Washington Electric. It’s a weeklong, allexpenses-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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YOU deserve the credit

Washington Electric returns more than $321,000 to members

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t’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 has returned $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 coops 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 investorowned 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. HOW ARE MARGINS ALLOCATED? Margins are allocated to members as capital credits based on their purchases from the cooperative — how much power the member used. Member purchases may also be called patronage. WHY DOES MY CO-OP 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, Continued on Page 20B

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each year whenever financially feasible.

Washington Electric’s ability to return margins to members in the form of capital credits reflects the cooperative’s strength and financial stability.

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.

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, WEC 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 to members who purchased electricity in 1974, 1975, and 1976. 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

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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Your co-op tracks how much electricity you buy and how much money you pay for it throughout the year.

Electric co-ops have retired

$13.8 billion

When the co-op’s financial condition permits, your board of directors/trustees decides to retire, or pay, the capital credits.

to members since 1988.

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Your co-op allocates the margins to members as capital credits based upon their use of electricity during the year.

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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 second and final official notification of unclaimed checks. 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: • If your name or your spouse’s name appears on the list, please contact our office. • If you find the name of someone you know who is still alive, please have that person contact our office directly. • 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.

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

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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 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 ARCHIBALD, SHIRLEY ZANESVILLE, 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

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

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 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

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BONAR, FRANK COLUMBUS, OH BOND, E. O. PLEASANT CITY, OH BOND, MONNA S. NEWPORT, OH BONETTE, JOHN S. MARIETTA, OH BONNETTE, CARLA DENISE MARIETTA, OH BOOKMAN, GARY NEWPORT, OH BOONE OIL CO DEXTER CITY, OH BORDER, RICHARD HERNANDO, FL BORDER, WAYNE BEVERLY, OH BORN, E. D. WHIPPLE, OH BOSELY, DARRELL MARIETTA, OH BOSLEY, J. B. BONITA SPRINGS, FL BOSTAPH, LEO NEW MATAMORAS, OH BOSTON, KENNETH MARIETTA, OH BOSWELL, W. N. BARNESVILLE, OH BOYCE, CONNIE S. LOWER SALEM, OH BOYCE, ROBERT WINGETT RUN, OH BOYD OIL COMPANY LEWISVILLE, OH BOYD, CLARENCE BARNESVILLE, OH BOYD, ERNEST D. CALDWELL, OH BOYD, FRANKLIN D CALDWELL, OH BOYD, RAY CALDWELL, OH BRADEN, JAMES CALDWELL, OH BRADFIELD, GEORGE NEW MATAMORAS, OH BRADSHAW, CHARLES O. COLUMBUS, OH BRAHAM, WILLIAM E. SR. MARIETTA, OH BRANNON, THEODORE MARIETTA, OH BRECKENRIDGE, MRS CURTIS G. MARIETTA, OH BRICKER, LORI CALDWELL, OH BRIDGMAN, REGINA CALDWELL, OH BRIGGS, ERNEST SARDIS, OH BRIGHT, DONALD NEW MATAMORAS, OH BRIGHT, FRANK L. SARDIS, OH BRIGHT, HARVEY SARDIS, OH BRIGHTBILL, DAVID E. LOWER SALEM, OH BRIM, LETHA M. MARIETTA, OH BRITTON, BLAINE MARIETTA, OH BRONSKI, BRUCE MARIETTA, OH BROOKOVER, CORINNE E. LOWER SALEM, OH BROOKOVER, DAVID R. MARIETTA, OH BROOKOVER, JAMES R. VINCENT, OH BROOKOVER, PAUL E. MARIETTA, OH BROOKS, CLARENCE RENO, OH BROOKS, DELORES WHIPPLE, OH BROOKS, ELIZA MARIETTA, OH BROOKS, NICHOLAS LOWELL, OH BROOKS, SHARON NEW MATAMORAS, OH BROPHY, MARGARET MARIETTA, OH BROTHERTON, R. S. RAVENNA, OH BROWN, BILLY D. DEXTER CITY, OH BROWN, CHARLES SR. CALDWELL, OH BROWN, DAVID N. WINGETT RUN, OH BROWN, DIXIE MARIETTA, OH BROWN, HILDA MARIETTA, OH BROWN, KENNETH W. CRESTON, OH BROWN, LOREN J. CALDWELL, OH BROWN, MICHAEL E. MARIETTA, OH BROWN, P.H. MARIETTA, OH BROWN, PERRY M. CALDWELL, OH BROWN, SCOTT MARIETTA, OH BROWN, STEVE CALDWELL, OH BROWNSVILLE UM CHURCH NEW MATAMORAS, OH BRUBACH, CLARENCE SUMMERFIELD, OH BRUGGEMAN, FRANK R. HILLIARD, OH BRYAN, ARTHUR CALDWELL, OH 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, FAYE BAKER CAMBRIDGE, 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 COCHRAN, FLOYD SHAWNEE MISSION, KS 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, 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 COOPER, MRS. DAMON MCCONNELSVILLE, OH CORBETT, PAUL P. COLUMBUS, OH CORNER, GARY R. WESTVILLE, OH CORNES, HARVEY WATERFORD, OH CORY, JAMES WHIPPLE, OH COSGRIFF & TILTON LOWELL, 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 CROOKS, DOUGLAS W. MARIETTA, OH

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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 DEETER, THURMAN WADSWORTH, 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

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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 DOVE, JOHN LOWELL, OH DRAKE, BERT AKRON, OH DRAKE, GERALD A. BELPRE, OH DRIGGS, DONALD SARDIS, OH DRULIS, JOHN J. STOCKPORT, OH DUDLEY, ROLLAND CAMBRIDGE, OH DUFF, JAMES NEWPORT, OH DUFF, JOHN WHIPPLE, OH DUFF, JOHN V. MARIETTA, OH DUFF, OTTMIRE MARIETTA, OH DUGAN, ALFRED LOWER SALEM, OH DUNIVER, ELLEN SARAHSVILLE, OH DUNN, GARY E. GRAYSVILLE, OH DUNN, WILLIAM MARIETTA, OH DURIG, PATRICIA ANTIOCH, OH DUTY, TIMOTHY MARIETTA, OH DUVALL, S. WILEY ZANESVILLE, OH DVOROVY, JOHN CANTON, OH DYAR, RALPH BEVERLY, OH DYE, BENNY D. WATERFORD, OH DYE, FRANKLIN NEW MATAMORAS, OH DYE, JOHN NEW MATAMORAS, OH DYE, LEWIS T. NEW MATAMORAS, OH DYE, MARIE N. NEW MATAMORAS, OH E. I. DUPONT DENEMOURS CALDWELL, OH EAGLE, THOMAS LOWELL, OH EARLEY, FLOYD NEW MATAMORAS, OH EARLY, MARK NEW MATAMORAS, OH EBENHACK, L. V. WAVERLY, OH ECKELBERRY, WARREN GRAYSVILLE, OH ECKER, GEORGE L. WESTMINSTER, MD ECONO LODGE (SIGN) NEW PHILADELPHIA, OH EDDLEBLUTE, PAUL CUTLER, OH EDDY, JERRY CANTON, OH EDDY, RALPH W. CINCINNATI, OH EDGELL, HERB NEWPORT, OH EDGINTON, LEE WOODSFIELD, OH EDINGER, CHARLES NEW MATAMORAS, OH EDINGER, HENRY NEW MATAMORAS, OH EDINGER, JAMES NEW MATAMORAS, OH EDINGER, TOMMY L. NEW MATAMORAS, OH EDMINSTEN, JAMES PULLMAN, WV EDMISTEN, CLIFFORD CALDWELL, OH EDWARD KAISER OIL WELL WOODSFIELD, OH EDWARDS, FAY STOCKPORT, OH EGER, JOHN LOWELL, OH EIBEL, JOHN M. CANTON, OH ELLIOTT, GEORGE B. SUMMERFIELD, OH ELLIOTT, SHERMAN FLEMING, OH EMCH, ERICH STERLING, OH EMGE, MARGENE MARIETTA, OH ENGLEHAUPT, RUSSELL MASSILLON, OH ENGLISH & KNOWLTON NEW MATAMORAS, OH ENGLISH, H. K. NEW MATAMORAS, OH ENGNES, GARY P. TUCSON, AZ ENLOW, ROSS E. AKRON, OH ENOCH COMMUNITY HALL CALDWELL, OH

ENSTROM, FREDERIC A. NEW CONCORD, OH EPLER, DANIEL MARIETTA, OH EPPERSON, BUDDY SENECAVILLE, OH ERB, CHARLES LOWER SALEM, OH ERB, GEORGE D. MARIETTA, OH ERB, GERRY LOWER SALEM, OH ERB, LLOYD WHIPPLE, OH ERB, ROBERT LOWER SALEM, OH ERB, ROMAN LOWER SALEM, OH ERB, THELMA A. GRUNDY, VA EREDICS, ROBERT MARIETTA, OH ESCHBAUGH, RICHARD ZANESVILLE, OH ETHERTON, LORNA J. CALDWELL, OH EVANS, HAZEL E. SYCAMORE VALLEY, OH EVANS, JACK L. SCHUYLKILL HAVEN, PA EVANS, ROBERT BEACH CITY, OH EVANS, WAYNE MARIETTA, OH EVERETT, HARRY GRAYSVILLE, OH EVERSON, BESSIE NEW MATAMORAS, OH EXLINE, RUTH ZANESVILLE, OH FAHRNI, GLENN NAVARRE, OH FALK, RICHARD CANTON, OH FANKHAUSER, RALPH J. WEIRTON, WV FARLEY, LENORA MARIETTA, OH FARLEY, WAYNE MARIETTA, OH FARLEY, WILLIAM H. MARIETTA, OH FARNESE, GARY H. CALDWELL, OH FARNSWORTH, FRANCIS JR. NEW MATAMORAS, OH FARNSWORTH, WILBERT W. NEW MATAMORAS, OH FAY OIL CO LOWER SALEM, OH FEIBEL, LOUIS MARIETTA, OH FELDNER, LLOYD CALDWELL, OH FELDNER, MARVIN L. SARAHSVILLE, OH FELTER, HARVEY A. MARIETTA, OH FELTON, GERALD GRAYSVILLE, OH FELTON, JAMES L. NEW MATAMORAS, OH 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

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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, CHARLES MARIETTA, 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 PAUGH, GEORGE S. VIENNA, OH PAULUS, VIOLA SARAHSVILLE, OH

PAYK, JEANENE C. UNIONTOWN, OH PAYNE, JUNIOR MARIETTA, OH PAYNE, LARRY ATHENS, OH PECK, JEANNETTE WATERFORD, OH PEEK, CLIFFORD RINARD MILLS, OH PEPPEL, EDWIN MARIETTA, OH PERDEW, CHESTER MARIETTA, OH PERKINS, MARY E. LOWELL, OH PERRY, EVELYN WHIPPLE, OH PERRY, JOHN W. MOUNDSVILLE, WV PERZEL, JOHN CRYSTAL RIVER, FL PETERSON, JOHN FLEMING, OH PETERSON, MYRON A. MARIETTA, OH PETROLEUM SPECIALTIES SYCAMORE VALLEY, OH PFAFF, MRS. L. J. MARIETTA, OH PFALZGRAF, ED TUSCALOOSA, AL PHALIN, TERRY VINCENT, OH PHILLIPS, JAMES E. SILVER SPRINGS, FL PIATT, DONALD R. CALDWELL, OH PIATT, JOHN F. GREENFIELD, OH PIATT, MELVIN GRAYSVILLE, OH PICKARD, JOSEPH CALDWELL, OH PICKENPAUGH, C. B. PLEASANT CITY, OH PICKENS, CARL N. NEWPORT, OH PINE KNOB OIL CO LOWER SALEM, OH PIONEER SAVINGS MARIETTA, OH PITSINGER, DALE R. MARIETTA, OH PITT, HARLEY LOWELL, OH PLANK, LEROY LEWISVILLE, OH PLAUGHER, NANCY LOWER SALEM, OH PLEASANT GROVE COMM CHURCH PLEASANT CITY, OH POLAND, DICK CALDWELL, OH POLAND, NILE SARAHSVILLE, OH POLING, RAYMOND BEVERLY, OH POLK, THOMAS I. WHIPPLE, OH POMROY, CHARLES E. JR. FLEMING, OH POOLE, ASHTON LOWELL, OH POOLE, HOWARD E. MARIETTA, OH PORTER, IRVIN BEVERLY, OH PORTER, JAMES GRAYSVILLE, OH POSTAGE, FRANK SHADYSIDE, OH POSTLETHWAIT, LARRY SARAHSVILLE, OH POTETZ, MAX SHADYSIDE, OH POULTON, ADA WOODSFIELD, OH POULTON, NOVA SARAHSVILLE, OH POULTON, VIRGIL SARAHSVILLE, OH POWELL, DICK SR. CALDWELL, OH POWELL, W. H. AKRON, OH PRIBISKO, JOSEPH CHARLOTTE, NC PRICE, GEORGE A. STOCKPORT, OH PRICE, GREG CALDWELL, OH PRICE, WILLIAM R. SARDIS, OH PRINE, W. A. MARIETTA, OH PRUNTY, GENEVIEVE CANTON, OH PRUNTY, LAURA ERB MARIETTA, OH PRYOR, D. O. NASHVILLE, TN PRYOR, DONALD WATERFORD, OH PRYOR, HOWARD C. NEWPORT, OH PRYOR, JOSEPH W. BELPRE, OH PRYOR, LUCY D. SENECAVILLE, OH PUGH, CLARENCE NEW MATAMORAS, OH PURVIS, LLOYD V. JR. CAMBRIDGE, OH QUIGLEY, W. A. GRAYSVILLE, OH RACEY, DONALD CALDWELL, OH RALEIGH, JOHN R. SENECAVILLE, OH RALPH, GEORGE CUMBERLAND, OH RAMAGE, DAVID LOWER SALEM, OH RAMSEY, CATHERINE CHESTERHILL, OH RANDALL, JAMES CALDWELL, OH RAPER, ROBERT NEW MATAMORAS, OH RARDIN, FORREST RAVENSWOOD, WV RARDIN, PORTER STOCKPORT, OH RATLIFF, BYRON R. COLUMBUS, OH RATLIFF, EARL CARROLL, OH RAUCH, ALBERT LOWELL, OH RAY OIL & GAS CO LOWELL, OH RAYNER, JAMES M. CALDWELL, OH RAYNES, PAUL E. COLUMBUS, OH REA, LOUISE NEW MATAMORAS, OH

REA, ROSALIE WINGETT RUN, OH REASONER, DAVID DEXTER CITY, OH REBIC, STEPHEN R. RAVENNA, OH RED ROCK OIL & GAS MARIETTA, OH REE, WILBUR F. VINCENT, OH REED, CAM WATERFORD, OH REED, HAROLD COLUMBUS GROVE, OH REED, KARL B. COLUMBUS, OH REED, KENNETH VINCENT, OH REED, N. L. FAIRBORN, OH REED, ROLLAND CALDWELL, OH REED, THOMAS W. REYNOLDSBURG, OH REED, VELMA CALDWELL, OH REED, VERNON CALDWELL, OH REED, WILLIAM F. CALDWELL, OH REESE, CHARLES J. MARIETTA, OH REGIONAL SERVICES INC. MARIETTA, OH REGISTER, LONNIE E. RENO, OH REILLY, CHARLES E. MARTINS FERRY, OH REMMELE, LOUISE MARIETTA, OH RENO, SHANE S. AKRON, OH RESERVE EXPLORATION TULSA, OK REX, JOYCE CALDWELL, OH REYNOLDS, BOB MARIETTA, OH REYNOLDS, DAVID A. WATERFORD, OH REYNOLDS, LINDA LOWER SALEM, OH REYNOLDS, RALPH E. NAVARRE, OH RHOADS, CHESTER SABINA, OH RHODES, WILLARD W. LOWELL, OH RICE, C. LACY ATHENS, OH RICE, DONALD R. GRAYSVILLE, OH RICE, RADO NEW MATAMORAS, OH RICH, CHAUNCEY SARAHSVILLE, OH RICHARDSON, LOUISE GRAYSVILLE, OH RICHARDSON, SHARON MARIETTA, OH RICHEY, EDGAR C. SENECAVILLE, OH RICHEY, MARION SENECAVILLE, OH RIDER, EDWARD RINARD MILLS, OH RIDGWAY, JAMES DANVILLE, OH RIDGWAY, LEONARD RUSSELLVILLE, AR RIFFLE, DOUGLAS CUTLER, OH RIGGENBACH, LARRY SARDIS, OH RIGGS DRILLING MARIETTA, OH RIGGS, WILLIAM E. CHANDLERSVILLE, OH RINARD OIL & GAS CO RINARD MILLS, OH RINARD, SAM MARIETTA, OH RINE, ELLIS PROCTOR, WV RING, RAY A. LEWISVILLE, OH RINKES, LEONARD E. CANTON, OH RITCHEY SIGN CO. ZANESVILLE, OH RITCHIE, CARL E. FLY, OH RITCHIE, CHARLES NEW MATAMORAS, OH RITCHIE, FRED F. PUNTA GORDA, FL RITCHIE, HAZEL NEW MATAMORAS, OH RITCHIE, ROBERT NEWARK, AK ROACH, LARRY A. CUYAHOGA FALLS, OH ROAD FORK BAPTIST CHURCH LOWER SALEM, OH ROBBINS, GARRY J. SARDIS, OH ROBBINS, JAMES W. NEWPORT, OH ROBBINS, JOE C. LOGAN, OH ROBERT, BRENT SARDIS, OH ROBERTS, DARRELL R. BARTLETT, OH ROBERTS, DAVID AMESVILLE, OH ROBERTS, EDWARD JR. SARAHSVILLE, OH ROBEY, MRS. RICHARD D. SARAHSVILLE, OH ROBINETT, HOMER CALDWELL, OH ROBINSON, JOSIE LOWER SALEM, OH ROBINSON, MRS. FRED G. CALDWELL, OH ROBINSON, RAYMOND M. FLEMING, OH ROBINSON, RONALD LOWER SALEM, OH ROE, EILEEN ELYRIA, OH ROGERS, BETTIE POWHATAN POINT, OH ROGERS, ELI CALDWELL, OH ROLLINS, HOMER ZANESVILLE, OH ROMANS, HAROLD AKRON, OH ROOKS, JESSIE N. JR. MARIETTA, OH ROOT, LAWRENCE N. RIDGEVILLE, OH ROSENLIEB, ERNEST NEW MATAMORAS, OH ROSENLIEB, OMA NEW MATAMORAS, OH

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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 SCOTT, ROBERT K. COLUMBUS, 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, LESTER SARAHSVILLE, 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, CECIL MARIETTA, OH 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 STEWART, THELMA NEW MATAMORAS, OH STIEBEL, STEPHEN D. WHIPPLE, OH STIERS, A. J. CALDWELL, OH STIERS, JERRY D. STOCKPORT, OH STILL, NORMAN PARKERSBURG, WV 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 TATE, HOWARD JR. CHESTERHILL, OH TATE, JOHN ZANESVILLE, OH TAYLOR, BERNARD LOWER SALEM, OH TAYLOR, ELMER MARIETTA, OH TAYLOR, L. C. RINARD MILLS, OH TAYLOR, ROBERT MARIETTA, OH TAYLOR, ROBERT K. MARIETTA, OH TAYLOR, RUSSELL H. WILLIAMSTOWN, WV TEEMAN, EARL NEW MATAMORAS, OH TEETERS, JOHN D. CALDWELL, OH TEETERS, RICHARD CALDWELL, OH TENNANT, BERNARD BEVERLY, OH TEPE, RALPH PARKERSBURG, WV TETZEL, MICHAEL NEW MATAMORAS, OH THATCHER, ROGER W. MARIETTA, OH THEAKER, HOWARD P. BRIDGEPORT, OH THEOBALD, ERVILLE MARIETTA, OH THEOBALD, LARRY E. JR. NEWPORT, OH

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WHIPKEY, FRANCIS WATERFORD, OH WHITAKER, CHARLES H. MARIETTA, OH WHITE, CLIFTON VINCENT, OH WHITE, CLIFTON A. CHAPPELL HILL, TX WHITE, JAMES BADEN, PA WHITE, LOLA BARTLETT, OH WHITE, OSCAR MARIETTA, OH WHITE, VERNON I. CALDWELL, OH 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, EDWARD E. MARIETTA, OH WILLIAMS, HERBERT MARIETTA, OH WILLIAMS, JAMES L. THORNVILLE, 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 final official notification of unclaimed checks. Members whose names appear on this list will have 60 days from this 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 20C 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

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BELL, C H MARIETTA, OH BENFORD, JOSEPH CALDWELL, OH BENNER, EDDIE CAMBRIDGE, OH BENNER, WAVA SARAHSVILLE, OH BENNETT, C C MARIETTA, OH BENNETT, E. D CUTLER, OH BENNETT, EDNA LOWELL, OH BENNINGTON, ROY MARIETTA, OH BERG, CASPER LOWELL, OH BERG, CECIL MARIETTA, OH BERG, SHIRLEY APOPKA, FL BERGA, FORREST BALTIMORE, MD BERKLEY, WILLIAM COAL RUN, OH BERNARD, DEAN VINCENT, OH BERNARD, JOHN CALDWELL, OH BERNE M E CHURCH CALDWELL, OH BERRY, GEORGE A MARIETTA, OH BERRY, GEORGE W SUMMERFIELD, OH BERRY, HARLEY D GRAYSVILLE, OH BERRYHILL, JACK HEBRON, OH BEST, ELMER WHIPPLE, OH BEST, GERALD W LOWER SALEM, OH BETHEL APOSTOLIC TAB CHESTERHILL, OH BETHEL CHRISTIAN UNION CHAPEL NEW MATAMORAS, OH BETHEL CHURCH CALDWELL, OH BETSY OIL COMPANY MARIETTA, OH BETTINGER, ALEX CALDWELL, OH BETTINGER, GAY LOWER SALEM, OH BETTINGER, MARTHA LOWER SALEM, OH BEVER & GREENLESS WILLIAMSTOWN, WV BIEDENBACH, A E WATERFORD, OH BIEHL, EDWIN LOWER SALEM, OH BIEHL, ROY MARIETTA, OH BIEHL, WILLIAM D ATHENS, OH BIEHL, WILLIAM MARIETTA OH BIG FIVE OIL COMPANY DART, OH BIGLEY, ADA LOWER SALEM, OH BILL’S DRIVE-IN WOODSFIELD, OH BINEGAR, CLYDE R MARIETTA, OH BINEGAR, DALE LOWELL, OH BINEGAR, DONALD L NEWPORT, OH BINEGAR, DONALD MARIETTA, OH BINEGAR, ELMER LOWELL, OH BINEGAR, EMMETT NEW MATAMORAS, OH BINEGAR, GALE NEW MILFORD, OH BINEGAR, RICHARD MARIETTA, OH BINGHAM, M W WATERTOWN, OH BINION, W CALDWELL, OH BIOGCO INC LOWELL, OH BISHOP, DONALD MARIETTA, OH BISHOP, WILLIAM MARIETTA, OH BISS, MARGARET ANN LOWER SALEM, OH BISSETT, JACQUELINE NEW MATAMORAS, OH BLACK HAWK OIL CO MARIETTA, OH BLACKSTONE, GEORGE NEW CONCORD, OH BLAIR OIL CO WOODSFIELD, OH BLAIR, DANIEL LOWER SALEM, OH BLAIR, HAROLD STAFFORD, OH BLAIR, JIMMY E RENO, OH BLAIR, LORETTA CALDWELL, OH BLAIR, ROBERT CALDWELL, OH BLAKE, FREDERIC R MARIETTA, OH BLAKE, LOIS CALDWELL, OH BLAKESLEE, WILLIAM BYESVILLE, OH BLAND, EARL A BELPRE, OH BLAND, STEVEN E LOWELL, OH BLANEY SAND & GRAVEL CO CLARINGTON, OH BLAZER CONSTRUCTION WHEELERSBURG, OH BLOS, LINNIE SARAHSVILLE, OH BLOSSER, JOHN BEVERL,Y OH BLUE OIL COMPANY BELPRE, OH BLYTH, ERNEST R STOCKPORT, OH BOATRIGHT, HUGH LOWELL, OH BODE & LENA SYCAMORE VALLEY, OH BODE & RINARD OIL SYCAMORE VALLEY, OH BOERSMA, R P MARIETTA, OH BOHL, HOWARD MARIETTA, OH

BOHL, LEWIS A VINCENT, OH BOHL, WALTER WATERFORD, OH BOLEN, ARTHUR CALDWELL, OH BOLEN, ARTHUR CALDWELL, OH BOLEN, JOHN W RINARD MILLS, OH BOLEN, OKEY SARDIS, OH BOLEN, WALTER DEXTER CITY, OH BOLEY RAY NEW MATAMORAS, OH BOLEY, DOWNER B LOWER SALEM, OH BOLEY, EBBERT LORAIN, OH BOLEY, NELLE NEW MATAMORAS, OH BOLLINGER, JESSIE SHARON, OH BOND, E. O PLEASANT CITY, BOND, L. E. COLUMBUS, OH BOND, MONNA S NEWPORT, OH BOND, ROBERT E BELLE VALLEY, OH BOONE OIL CO DEXTER CITY, OH BORDER, RICHARD HERNANDO, FL BORDER, WAYNE BEVERLY, OH BORN, E. D WHIPPLE, OH BOSLEY, J B BONITA SPRINGS, FL BOSTAPH, JAMES L NEW MATAMORAS, OH BOSTAPH, LEO RINARD MILLS, OH BOSTAPH, WILLIAM NEW MATAMORAS, OH BOSWELL, W N BARNESVILLE, OH BOWEN, DENVER SARDIS, OH BOWEN, ROBERT GRAYSVILLE, OH BOWEN, SCOTT WHIPPLE, OH BOYD OIL COMPANY GRAYSVILLE, OH BOYD, ALFRED CALDWELL, OH BOYD, CLARENCE BARNESVILLE, OH BOYD, E C SHARON, OHIO BOYD, FRANKLIN D CALDWELL, OH BOYD, LILLIE CALDWELL, OH BOYD, MILDRED ZANESVILLE, OH BOYD, VICTOR C CALDWELL, OH BRABHAM, IMO SENECAVILLE, OH BRADFIELD, GEORGE NEW MATAMORAS, OH BRADLEY, JIM LOWELL, OH BRAGG, BENJAMIN P WATERFORD, OH BRAHAM, BENJAMIN BARTLETT, OH BRANNON, THEODORE MARIETTA, OH BRILLHART, HENRY D BARNESVILLE, OH BRISBIN, W R GRAYSVILLE, OH BRISCOE, JOHN STOCKPORT, OH BRITTON, W C SHARPSBURG, OH BROMELOW, ED SARAHSVILLE, OH BROOKER, GEORGE MARIETTA, OH BROOKOVER, PAUL NEWPORT, OH BROOKS, SHARON NEW MATAMORAS, OH BROOKS, WALTER LOWER SALEM, OH BROOME, HAROLD W LOWER SALEM, OH BROTHERTON, R. S. RAVENNA, OH BROTTON, IDA CALDWELL, OH BROWN, FLOYD BELLAIRE, OH BROWN, HILDA MARIETTA, OH BROWN, HOMER POWHATAN POINT, OH BROWN, JAMES W MARIETTA, OH BROWN, LAWRENCE E CALDWELL, OH BROWN, LOREN J CALDWELL, OH BROWN, P H MARIETTA, OH BROWN, RICHARD E LOWELL, OH BROWN, RICHARD K NEW MATAMORAS, OH BROWN, SAM LOWELL, OH BROWN, WESLEY GRAYSVILLE, OH BRUBACH, CLARENCE SUMMERFIELD, OH BRUCE, JACK B SARAHSVILLE,OH BRUNGART, EDNA SOUTH VIENNA OH, BRYAN, ARTHUR CALDWELL, OH BRYANT, HAROLD MARIETTA, OH BRYNER, D W MARIETTA, OH BUCHANAN, DELORES ZANESVILLE, OH BUCHANAN, GLENNA A VINCENT, OH BUCHANAN, LLOYD COLUMBUS, OH BUCK, JAMES RINARD MILLS, OH BUCK, ROGER LOWER SALEM, OH BUCKEY, HELEN CUMBERLAND, OH BUCKEY, J R PLEASANT CITY, OH

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MORRISON, DALE CALDWELL, OH MORRISON, EDNA, LOWER SALEM, OH MORRISON, FLOYD, MALTA, OH MORRISON, JACK CALDWELL, OH MORRISON, LONA CALDWELL, OH MORRISON, ROSENA SYCAMORE VALLEY, OH MORRISON, THOMAS A SISTERSVILLE, WV MORRISON, THOMAS CUMBERLAND, OH MORSE, CARRELL JR MARIETTA, OH MOSHER, FLOSSIE GLOUSTER, OH MOSSACK, DONALD E MARIETTA, OH MOSSER CONSTRUCTION CO CALDWELL, OH MOTTLE, HENRY JACOBSBURG, OH MOUNT, ROBERT MALTA, OH MT HOPE FREE WILL BAPTIST WINGETT RUN, OH MUELLER, PAUL COLUMBUS, OH MUGRAGE, GEORGE LOWELL, OH MUGRAGE, HARRY MARIETTA, OH MUHLBACH, ELMER HOUSON, TX MUHLBACH, G M MARIETTA, OH MULLEN, CHARLES B NEWCOMERSTOWN, OH MUNJAS, JOHN SHADYSIDE, OH MURPHY, HENRY PLEASANT CITY, OH MURPHY, ROBERT CALDWELL OH, MURPHY, SAMUEL C SARDIS, OH MURPHY, WALTER NEW MATAMORAS, OH MURRAY, HESTER LOWELL, OH MURREY, H D CUMBERLAND, OH MUSKINGUM VALLEY BAPTIST CHURCH GRAYSVILLE, OH MUTH, JAMES NEW MATAMORAS, OH MYERS OIL & GAS CAMBRIDGE, OH MYERS, BEN CAMBRIDGE, OH MYERS, GEORGE MARTINS FERRY, OH MYERS, JERALD LOWER SALEM, OH MYERS, LEE CALDWELL, OH MYERS, MARY A LOWER SALEM, OH MYERS, RAYMOND HOLLOWAY, OH MYERS, SHIRLEY LOWER SALEM, OH MYERS, THURMAN LOWER SALEM, OH MYERS, THURMAN SR NEW MATAMORAS, OH MYERS, THURMAN WINGETT RUN, OH MYERS, VALDA WINGETT RUN, OH NEFF, JUANITA MARIETTA, OH NELSON, CARL NELSON, CHARLES H DUNCAN, WV NELSON, ELWOOD P CROOKSVILLE, OH NELSON, HAROLD C VINCENT, OH NELSON, JOHN C VINCENT, OH NETHING, EDWARD SARDIS, OH NEUBERGER, HERMAN LOWELL, OH NEVILLE, EDWARD MARIETTA, OH NEVILLE, LAWRENCE MARIETTA, OH NEWLEN, ELMER NEW MATAMORAS, OH NEWLON, ANDREW MARIETTA, OH NEWLON, R D LOWELL, OH NEWMAR OIL CORPORATION NEW YORK, NY NICE, GLENN WATERTOWN, OH NICE, HAROLD T STOCKPORT, OH NICE, J L POMERY, OH NICHELSON, ANDY CALDWELL, OH NICHELSON, JOHN CALDWELL, OH NICHOLS, ALLEN LOWELL, OH NICHOLS, BOB H LOWELL, OH NICHOLS, CLIFFORD P LOWELL, OH NICHOLS, DOY LOWELL, OH NICHOLS, ERNEST NICHOLS, GUY SHARPSBURG, OH NICHOLS, LUTHER WATERFORD, OH NICHOLS, PATRICK DEXTER CITY, OH NICHOLSON, THOMAS PLEASANT CITY, OH NICKELSON, GEORGE BELLE VALLEY, OH NICKOLOZAKES TRUCKING CO CAMBRIDGE, OH NOBLE DRILLING CO ZANESVILLE, OH NOBLE OIL COMPANY LOWER SALEM, OH NOLAND, DAVID P WHIPPLE, OH NOLAND, GALE RENO, OH NOMAD OIL COMPANY NEW MATAMORAS, OH NORRIS, EDDIE AMESVILLE, OH NORRIS, MARGARET AMESVILLE, OH

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PERSINGER, EARL SARDIS, OH PETERS, CARL L LOWELL, OH PETERS, CLYDE R GRAYSVILLE, OH PETERS, DELBERT LOWELL, OH PETERS, LYLE WATERFORD, OH PETERSON, JOHN FLEMING, OH PETERSON, M MANASSAS, VA PETERSON, MYRON MARIETTA, OH PETRO, JAMES T LOWELL, OH PETROLEUM SPECIALTIES SYCAMORE VALLEY, OH PETTIT, JOSEPH JR MARIETTA, OH PFALZGRAF, LAWRENCE FLEMING, OH PHELPS, CHARLIE MARIETTA, OH PHILLIPS OIL & GAS C O ST MARYS, WV PHILLIPS, DAVID LEWISVILLE, OH PHILLIPS, EARL R SUMMERFIELD, OH PHILLIPS, JAMES E SILVER SPRINGS, FL PHILLIS, EMERSON DEXTER CITY, OH PHILLIS, IVAN BEVERLY, OH PHILLIS, JAMES ALEXANDRIA, OH PIATT, EMIL MARIETTA, OH PIATT, JAMES BYESVILLE, OH PIATT, JOHN F GREENFIELD, OH PIATT, MELVIN GRAYSVILLE, OH PICKENPAUGH, C B PLEASANT CITY, OH PICKENPAUGH, E J CALDWELL, OH PICKENPAUGH, MYROH CALDWELL, OH PICKENPAUGH, ORMAN CALDWELL, OH PICKENS, FRANK STOCKPORT, OH 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 REILLY, CHARLES MARTINS FERRY, OH REMLEIGH, JAMES A BABSON PARK, FL REMLEY, JOHN MARIETTA, OH REMPEL, ERNEST BEVERLY, OH REYNOLDS, BERNARD G NEW MATAMORAS, OH REYNOLDS, CHESTER RENO, OH REYNOLDS, EDWIN A WHIPPLE, OH REYNOLDS, REX FORSYTHE, GA REYNOLDS, ROGER NEW MATAMORAS, OH RHOADES, ELMER SARDIS, OH RHOADS, CHESTER SABINA, OH RHODES, ORIS SARDIS, OH RHODES, WILLARD W LOWELL, OH RICE, DONALD RINARD MILLS, OH RICH, PARMER SENECAVILLE, OH RICHARDS, ANNA LOWELL, OH RICHARDS, C P BELPRE, OH RICHARDS, DEWAYNE CUTLER, OH RICHARDS, GERALD WORTHINGTON, OH RICHARDS, KEITH LOWELL, OH RICHARDS, LARRY D LOWELL, OH RICHARDSON, LOUISE GRAYSVILLE, OH RICHARDSON, ROSCOE M GRAYSVILLE, OH RICHARDSON, W C LOWER SALEM, OH RICHEY, EDGAR C SENECAVILLE, OH RICHEY, MARION SENECAVILLE, OH RIDDLE, THOMAS B VINCENT, OH RIDER, EDWARD RINARD MILLS, OH RIDGEWAY, H M MARIETTA, OH RIFFLE, DOUGLAS CUTLER, OH RIFFLE, GEORGE DEXTER CITY, OH RIGGS, DWIGHT MARIETTA, OH RINARD OIL & GAS CO RINARD MILLS, OHIO RINARD, CLARENCE C WINGETT RUN, OH RINARD, FORREST GRAYSVILLE, OH RINARD, SAM MARIETTA, OH RINARD, WARREN WINGETT RUN, OH RINE, ORRAN NEW MARTINSVILLE, WV

RING, RAY A LEWISVILLE, OH RINGWALD, W E CHILLICOTHE, OH RIPPETH, ORD CALDWELL, OH RIST, F M DART, OH RIST, ROBERT E MARIETTA, OH RITCHIE, CARL FLY, OH RITCHIE, CHARLES NEW MATAMORAS, OH RITCHIE, HAZEL NEW MATAMORAS, OH RITCHIE, LUCILLE FLY, OH RITCHIE, RALPH NEW MATAMORAS, OH RITTERBECK, ROY CALDWELL, OH RIXFORD, C A WATERFORD, OH ROAD FORK BAPTIST CHURCH LOWER SALEM, OH ROBBINS, JAMES W NEWPORT, OH ROBBINS, JOE C LOGAN, OH 43138 ROBBINS, LAFE D PLEASANT CITY, OH ROBERTS, CHARLES CUMBERLAND, OH ROBERTS, DARRELL SHARPSBURG, OH ROBERTS, DAVID GRAYSVILLE, OH ROBERTS, JOHN LOWER SALEM, OH ROBERTS, JOHN W RINARD MILLS, OH ROBERTS, ORLAND SHARPSBURG, OH ROBERTS, TERRY CALDWELL, OH ROBERTSON, ELIZABETH MARIETTA, OH ROBERTSON, WILLIAM GRAYSVILLE, OH ROBERTSON, WILLIAM MARIETTA, OH ROBEY, RICHARD D SARAHSVILLE, OH ROBINSON, CLYDE MARIETTA, OH ROBINSON, PETER SARAHSVILLE, OH ROBINSON, RACHEL SARAHSVILLE, OH ROBINSON, ROBERT WILMINGTON, DE ROBINSON, RONALD LOWER SALEM, OH ROBISON, HENRY S NEW MATAMORAS, OH ROBSON, STEVE GALLIPOLIS, OH ROBY, CHARLES MARIETTA, OH ROE, DARREL SUMMERFIELD, OH ROE, FRANK COAL RUN, OH ROE, GARY SUMMERFIELD, OH ROE, KENNETH P BEVERLY, OH ROEHRIG, TORRENCE CALDWELL, OH ROFF, JAMES H NEWARK, OH ROGERS, ELI CALDWELL, OH ROHER, INEZ COLUMBUS, OH ROLLYSON, HERBERT LOWELL, OH ROLLYSON, W P MARIETTA, OH ROOD, BETTY SHARPSBURG, OH ROSE, RAYMOND STOCKPORT, OH ROSENLIEB, ERNEST NEW MATAMORAS, OH ROSENLIEB, OMA NEW MATAMORAS, OH ROSS, FRED C CALDWELL, OH ROSS, RONALD CALDWELL, OH ROSSITER, EVERETT BYESVILLE, OH ROSSITER, GARY CALDWELL, OH ROSSITER, JAMES PITTSBURGH, PA ROSSITER, SAM SARAHSVILLE, OH ROSSITER, VIRGIL PLEASANT CITY, OH ROTRUCK, LYNN SUMMERFIELD, OH ROUSE OIL & GAS CO NEWPORT, OH ROUSE, ELLIS SARDIS, OH ROUSE, WAYNE SARDIS, OH RUBLE, ANNA NEW MATAMORAS, OH RUBLE, BLAINE E NEW MATAMORAS, OH RUBLE, L F HANNIBAL, OH RUDOLPH, H L BARTLETT, OH RUGGLES, R D BEVERLY, OH RUMBOLD, ADA CALDWELL, OH RUMMER, BRADY STOCKPORT, OH RUMMER, G H LOWELL, OH RUMMER, KAHLE J LOWELL, OH RUMMER, WILLIAM D LOWELL, OH RUSH, CARL E LOWELL, OH RUSSELL, JOHN DEXTER CITY, OH RUSSELL, JOHN DEXTER CITY, OH RUTAN, GERALD COLUMBUS, OH RUTHERFORD, CECIL SARAHSVILLE, OH RUTHERFORD, D L RENO, OH RUTTER, JOSEPH LOWELL, OH RUTTER, WILLIAM S MARIETTA, OH SABOLEY, RONALD NORR, MI

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SECREST, A M CALDWELL, OH SECREST, JAMES H BYESVILLE, OH SECREST, LIZZIE CALDWELL, OH SEEVERS, FRED NEWPORT, OH SEEVERS, MARIE CUMBERLAND, OH SEEVERS, RICHARD NEWPORT, OH SEEVERS, THOMAS JR NEWPORT, OH SEEVERS, THOMAS NEWPORT, OH SEEVERS, URIAH NEWPORT, OH SELLS, BENJAMIN LOWELL, OH SEMON, D W MARIETTA, OH SEMON, JOSEPH SUNBURY, OH SEMPLE, WILLIAM D CROSSVILLE, TN SENECA OIL COMPANY SARASHVILLE, OH SEPHUS, HARLEY AMESVILLE, OH SEPHUS, HOWARD CHESTERHILL, OH SERGENT, LESTER MARIETTA, OH SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH STOCKPORT, OH SHAFER, ALFRED CALDWELL, OH SHAFER, BERTHA SARAHSVILLE, OH SHAFER, LAURA CALDWELL, OH SHANABARGER, PAUL NEW MATAMORAS, OH SHANE, C W MARTINS FERRY, OH SHANKLAND, HOMER SR MARIETTA, OH SHANKLAND, ROBERT E NASHVILLE, TN SHAPLEY JAMES P NEW MATAMORAS, OH SHARON LODGE #136 SHARON, OH SHEETS, HARRY S AKRON, OH SHEETS, RALPH STOCKPORT, OH SHERLOCK, CHARLES L MARIETTA, OH SHIELDS, LESTER CALDWELL, OH SHILLING, ALFRED TIPTON IA SHILTS, ALINE TALLMADGE, OH SHILTS, JESSIE RENO, OH SHIMER, G L LOWER SALEM, OH SHINN, D A WHIPPLE, OH SHOCK, MARY SARAHSVILLE, OH SHOCKLEY, CHARLES SARDIS, OH SHOOK, CLARENCE GRAYSVILLE, OH SHOOK, JAMES SARDIS, OH SHOOK, MARY FLY, OH SHOOK, ROBERT E SARDIS, OH SICKELSMITH, WESLEY SARDIS, OH SIDNER, RUSSELL WEST JEFFERSON, OH SIMMONS, DOROTHY CANTON, OH SIMMONS, DOROTHY SENECAVILLE, OH SIMMONS, JAMES WILLIAMSTOWN, WV SIMPSON, CLARA M MARIETTA, OH SIMS, CHARLES POWHATAN POINT, OH SIMS, WILLIAM FLEMING, OH SINGER, CAROL L RINARD MILLS, OH SISTERSVILLE FERRY CO, FLY, OH SKARBECK, JOHN WILLIAMSTOWN, WV SKIDMORE, BEATRICE WEIRTON, WV SKIDMORE, RUSSELL DEXTER CITY, OH SKINNER, BERTHA E WHIPPLE, OH SKINNER, GEORGE E NEW MATAMORAS, OH SLAWTER, ELLIS GRAYSVILLE, OH SMALLWOOD, BETHEL ORLANDO, FL SMITH & BIEHL OIL CO MARIETTA, OH SMITH, A H MARIETTA, OH SMITH, ALICE MARIETTA, OH SMITH, BERNARD J HEATH, OH SMITH, BERNARD L LOWELL, OH SMITH, BLANCHE ELYRIA, OH SMITH, BRYON SYCAMORE VALLEY, OH SMITH, CHARLES R CALDWELL, OH SMITH, CLAIR LOWER SALEM, OH SMITH, CLYDE T MACKSBURG, OH SMITH, EARL BARNESVILLE, OH SMITH, EDNA SARAHSVILLE, OH SMITH, ELWOOD CHESTERHILL, OH SMITH, EMMA LECOMPTON, KS SMITH, EVERETT NEW MATAMORAS, OH SMITH, FRANKLIN CALDWELL, OH SMITH, GILBERT RINARD MILLS, OH SMITH, GUY E VIENNA, WV SMITH, H F CALDWELL, OH SMITH, H L DEXTER CITY, OH

SMITH, HARRY M WOODSFIELD, OH SMITH, HERMAN WOODSFIELD, OH SMITH, IDA CALDWELL, OH SMITH, J E GRAYSVILLE, OH SMITH, JACOB LOWELL, OH SMITH, JESSIE WATERFORD, OH SMITH, JIMMIE NEWPORT, OH SMITH, JOHN ALLYN MARIETTA, OH SMITH, LETHA R GRAYSVILLE, OH SMITH, LYNNE SARDIS, OH SMITH, MARY E LOWER SALEM, OH SMITH, MICHAEL SARDIS, OH SMITH, PAUL E BEVERLY, OH SMITH, R R WOODSFIELD, OH SMITH, R W CALDWELL, OH SMITH, RALPH CLEVELAND, OH SMITH, RAYMOND SUMMERFIELD, OH SMITH, ROBERT C WATERFORD, OH SMITH, ROLLAND D BEVERLY, OH SMITH, THOMAS CHESTERHILL, OH SMITH, WALTER QUAKER CITY, OH SMITH, WALTER W MARIETTA, OH SMITH, WILLIAM A SARAHSVILLE, OH SMITHBERGER, BERNARD MARIETTA, OH SMITHBERGER, H O MARIETTA, OH SMITHBERGER, JOHN SYCAMORE VALLEY, OH SMITHBERGER, PHYLLES MARIETTA, OH SMITHBERGER, R L MARIETTA, OH SMITTLE, CLARK J SARDIS, OH SMITTLE, NELLIE SARDIS, OH SNIDER, DAVID MALTA, OH SNIDER, RODNEY MARIETTA, OH SNODGRASS, DONALD MARIETTA, OH SNODGRASS, L E MARIETTA, OH SNYDER, E R WILLIAMSTOWN, WV SNYDER, J H CALDWELL, OH SOINE, GEORGE COLUMBUS, OH SOLE, A M GRAYSVILLE, OH SOPKO, WILLIAM CAMBRIDGE, OH SOUTHERN HILLS FELLOWSHIP SARAHSVILLE, WV SPARKS, CARL R MARIETTA, OH SPAULDING, RONALD O WHIPPLE, OH SPEAR, ZAIL REYNOLDSBURG, OH SPENCE, DENVER GRAYSVILLE, OH SPILLMAN, GARY F LOWELL, OH SPINDLER, HAROLD A LOWELL, OH SPRAGUE, HARRIETTE LOWELL, OH SPRINGER, LESLIE SEBURG, OH SPRINGER, RUTH LOWER SALEM, OH SPROUT OIL COMPANY LOWER SALEM, OH SPROUT, ROBERT MARIETTA, OH SPROUTS, W M LOWER SALEM, OH SPUNG, G W WATERFORD, OH ST CLAIR, HASBROUCK BARNESVILLE, OH STACK, ANNA L CALDWELL, OH STACK, BETTY LOWER SALEM, OH STACK, DENNIS LOWELL, OH STACK, GARY CALDWELL, OH STALNAKER, BARBARA NEW MATAMORAS, OH STALNAKER, KENNETH WHIPPLE, OH STANFORD, MCELROY CUMBERLAND, OH STANLEY, CHARLES VIENNA, WV STANLEY, HARLEY NEW MATAMORAS, OH STANLEY, MILTON RINARD MILLS, OH STANLEY, RICHARD CANAL WINCHESTER, OH STANLEYVILLE CHURCH WHIPPLE, OH STARCHER, CHARLES BEVERLY, OH STARCHER, J L WATERFORD, OH STARCHER, ORVILLE NEW MATAMORAS, OH STARK, CECIL MARIETTA, OH STARK, GERALD E LOWER SALEM, OH STARK, SOLOMON S WHIPPLE, OH STARK, WILBERT LOWELL, OH STARLIN, VERN GRAYSVILLE, OH STARLING, DORTHA L FROSTPROOF, FL STATTS, GEORGE WHIPPLE, OH STEED, CLARA O GRAYSVILLE, OH STEELE, ROY SARAHSVILLE, OH STEEN, HERBERT C CALDWELL, OH

STEGNER OIL CO SYCAMORE VALLEY, OH STEINER, LELAND SHADYSIDE, OH STEINHOFF, FLOYD LOWELL, OH STEINHOFF, HARRY E RINARD MILLS, OH STEINHOFF, HOWARD PARKERSBURG, WV STEORTS, W L WATERFORD, OH STEPHANY OIL WELL FAIRVIEW, PA STEPHENS, JAMES W SUMMERFIELD, OH STEPHENS, LORING VINCENT, OH STEVENS, CARL STAFFORD, OH STEVENS, ELMER NEW MATAMORAS, OH STEVENS, ERVAL MARIETTA, OH STEVENS, FRED WINGETT RUN, OH STEVENS, LORIN WATERFORD, OH STEVENS, OSCAR H WATERFORD, OH STEVENS, R H STAFFORD, OH STEVENSON, MARTHA AKRON, OH STEWART, GEORGE B LOWELL, OH STEWART, HARRY NEW MATAMORAS, OH STEWART, HARVEY NEW MATAMORAS, OH STEWART, HOMER MARIETTA, OH STEWART, LEONARD SARDIS, OH STEWART, MELVIN MARIETTA, OH STEWART, RUTH BEVERLY, OH STEWART, STANLEY CALDWELL, OH STIERS, A J CALDWELL, OH STIERS, FOREST BEVERLY, OH STILL, LILLIAN ZANESVILLE, OH STILLIONS, JAMES CALDWELL, OH STILLIONS, RICHARD PLEASANT CITY, OH STIMPERT, FORREST CALDWELL, OH STINE, ROBERT WOOSTER, OH STOEHR, ROBERT WOODSFIELD, OH STOEHR, VERNON MARIETTA, OH STOFFEL, DAN LOWER SALEM, OH STOFFEL, GEORGE MARIETTA, OH STOLLAR, WARREN MARIETTA, OH STONE, JAMES MARIETTA, OH STOTTLEMIRE, WALTER NEW MATAMORAS, OH STOTTS, RUSSELL BEVERLY, OH STOTTSBERRY, DEAN SARAHSVILLE, OH STOTTSBERRY, J E SARAHSVILLE, OH STOTTSBERRY, MICHAEL SARASHVILLE, OH STOTTSBERRY, WILLARD SARAHSVILLE, OH STOUT, JAMES LOWELL, OH STOUT, WILLIAM H WOODSTOCK, GA STOVER, DELBERT E LOWELL, OH STOVER, DOROTHY WATERFORD, OH STOVER, H W WATERFORD, OH STRAHLER, ALFRED BEVERLY, OH STRAIGHT, HELEN MARIETTA, OH STRAIGHT, VIOLET NEW MATAMORAS, OH STREET, EDWARD J COAL RUN, OH STRICKLER, ADA MARIETTA, OH STRICKLER, RAYMOND HILLIARD, OH STRODE, STANLEY BARTLETT, OH STUART, R B WINGETT RUN, OH STULL, ALICE LOWER SALEM, OH STULL, CHARLES WINGETT RUN, OH STURM, HAROLD D LOWER SALEM, OH SUDER, JOHN WHIPPLE, OH SULLIVAN, CHARLES J MARIETTA, OH SULLIVAN, CHARLES SARAHSVILLE, OH SULLIVAN, H E ZANESVILLE, OH SULLIVAN, HERBERT C POWHATAN POINT, OH SUMMERS, LARRY LOWELL,, OH SUMMERVILLE, EUGENE MARIETTA, OH SUNDERMAN, FRANKLIN MARIETTA, OH SUTER, MARY SARDIS, OH SUTTON & STEWART BRIDGEPORT, OH SUTTON, DARRELL RENO, OH SWAIN, FRANK MACKSBURG, OH SWAIN, GEORGE E CALDWELL, OH SWAYNE, J C CUTLER, OH SWICK, LEWIS F N. LAWRENCE, OH SWIGART, BOB BARBERTON, OH SWORF, ELMER LOWELL, OH SYCAMORE OIL CO MARIETTA,OH TABLER, DENNIS SHARPSBURG, OH

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TALLHAMER, CLARENCE M LOWELL, OH TANTHOREY, CHARLES CUTLER, OH TARLETON, EARL MARYSVILLE, OH TATGE OIL COMPANY OKLAHOMA CITY, OK TAYLOR, BERNARD LOWER SALEM, OH TAYLOR, ELMER MARIETTA, OH TAYLOR, FRED NEWPORT, OH TAYLOR, L C BEVERLY, OH TAYLOR, ORVY GRAYSVILLE, OH TAYLOR, ROBERT MARIETTA, OH TAYLOR, RUSSELL H WILLIAMSTOWN, WV TEEMAN, EARL JR NEW MATAMORAS, OH TEEMAN, EARL NEW MATAMORAS, OH TEETERS, RICHARD CALDWELL, OH TEICHMAN FERGUSON OIL WILLIAMSTOWN, WV TEMPLETON, ARTHUR MARIETTA, OH TEMPLETON, ELMER MARIETTA, OH TENLEY, WILLIAM SARDIS, OH TESSMER, C E LOWELL, OH TETERS, CLYDE CALDWELL, OH THEOBALD, CHARLES MARIETTA, OH THEOBALD, HOMER RENO, OH THEOBALD, LARRY NEWPORT, OH THEOBALD, OLIVE MARIETTA, OH THEOBALD, RONALD RENO, OH THEOBALD, SHIRLEY NEW MATAMORAS, OH THIEMAN, CARL WATERFORD, OH THIEMAN, RALPH WATERFORD, OH THIEMAN, W G WATERFORD, OH THOMAS, ARNEL NEWPORT, OH THOMAS, BILL NEWPORT, OH THOMAS, CHARLES E LOWELL, OH THOMAS, CHARLES NEWPORT, OH THOMAS, EVERETT H NEW MATAMORAS, OH THOMAS, FOREST SUMMERFIELD, OH THOMAS, HARLEY CLEARWATER, FL THOMAS, HARVEY RENO, OH THOMAS, JOHN E NEWPORT, OH THOMAS, KATE MARIETTA, OH THOMAS, RAY MARIETTA, OH THOMAS, STANLEY E NEW MATAMORAS, OH THOMASON, CHARLES MARIETA, OH THOMPSON, ALVAH F MARIETTA, OH THOMPSON, CARLOS CLEARWATER, FL THOMPSON, CECIL MARIETTA, OH THOMPSON, DAVID J CHESTERHILL, OH THOMPSON, EARL LOWER SALEM, OH THOMPSON, EDWARD MARIETTA, OH THOMPSON, FLOYD CALDWELL, OH THOMPSON, HAROLD LOWER SALEM, OH THOMPSON, JAMES MARIETTA, OH THOMPSON, JOAN MARIETTA, OH THOMPSON, JOE SUMMERFIELD, OH THOMPSON, LUTHER JR MACKSBURG, OH THOMPSON, MORRIS MARIETTA, OH THOMPSON, ROME SUMMERFIELD, OH THOMPSON, RUTH CUMBERLAND, OH THOMPSON, VIOLA CALDWELL, OH THOMPSON, VIRGIL CALDWELL, OH THOMPSON, WILKIE LOWER SALEM, OH THOMPSON, WILLIAM MARIETTA, OH THOMPSON, ZELLEN COLUMBUS, OH THORESEN, GARFIELD G MARIETTA, OH THORLA, E L CUMBERLAND, OH THORNE, RICHARD L MARIETTA, OH THORNTON, WILLIAM A RENO, OH THRASHER, KELSEY MARIETTA, OH TICE, WILLIAM NEW MATAMORAS, OH TIDD, NANCY NEWPORT, OH TILTON, DEWEY LOWELL, OH TILTON, FRANK CALDWELL, OH TILTON, J O BYESVILLE, OH TILTON, JEWELL CALDWELL, OH TILTONVILLE COMM CLUB CALDWELL, OH TISDALL, JOSEPH DEXTER CITY, OH TORNES, ROBERT A SR WATERFORD, OH TOWNSEND, RICKEY WATERFORD, OH TOWNSON, HENRY W MYRTLE BEACH, SC TRANSCOASTAL OIL & GAS CORP NEW MATAMORAS, OH

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TRAS, E L SENECAVILLE, OH TRAUTNER, CHARLES LOWER SALEM, OH TRAUTNER, DEWITT WATERFORD, OH TRAUTNER, EDWARD G WHIPPLE, OH TRAUTNER, EDWIN WHIPPLE, OH TRAVIS, ROY E NEW MATAMORAS, OH TRAVIS, ROY F NEW MATAMORAS, OH TRAX, E L SENECAVILLE, OH TREADWAY, CLYDE E NEW MATAMORAS, OH TREADWAY, IRVIN E VINCENT, OH TREADWAY, KENNETH D JR MARIETTA, OH TREADWAY, PAUL PARKERSBURG, WV TREADWAY, RAYMOND MARIETTA, OH TREADWAY, SENIOR DART, OH TRENNER, ANCIL FORT WORTH, TX TRENNER, EARL J CUMBERLAND, OH TRENNER, HERBERT CUMBERLAND, OH TRENNER, HOMER AVA, OH TRENNER, LEWIS CALDWELL, OH TRESCOTT, ELIZABETH SARAHSVILLE, OH TRIMBLE, HAROLD SHADYSIDE, OH TRIPLE GAS CO MARIETTA, OH TRIPLETT, KENNETH CALDWELL, OH TROTT, WILLIAM SARAHSVILLE, OH TUCKER, CLARENCE SARAHSVILLE, OH TUCKER, EFFIE FLEMING, OH TUCKER, HUBERT SARAHSVILLE, OH TUCKER, VIRGIL E COAL RUN, OH TUCKER, W E WATERFORD, OH TUEL, EVERETT FLY, OH TUEL, RAYMOND TALLMADGE, OH TUEL, SAMUEL E NEW MATAMORAS, OH TUEL, WALTER G FLY, OH TULLIUS, A W MARIETTA, OH TULLIUS, ALFRED WATERFORD, OH TULLIUS, JOE LOWELL, OH TULLIUS, PAUL LOWELL, OH TUNSTALL, CHARLES MARIETTA, OH TURNER, GEORGE MIDDLEBOURNE, WV TURNER, GLADYS M GRAYSVILLE, OH TURNER, RONALD LOWELL, OH TUSTIN, DUANE NEW MATAMORAS, OH TUTTLE, HAROLD STOCKPORT, OH TWIN PINE SERVICE STATION CALDWELL, OH TYRELL, GARY LOWELL, OH TYRELL, PAUL NEW MATAMORAS, OH U B CHURCH PARSONAGE RINARD MILLS, OH ULLMAN OIL & GAS CO LOWER SALEM, OH ULLMAN OIL CO WOODSFIELD, OH ULLMAN, B W CALDWELL, OH ULLMAN, BEN LOWER SALEM, OH ULLMAN, CHARLES S MARIETTA, OH ULLMAN, CHESTER R STOCKPORT, OH ULLMAN, DANIEL G MARIETTA, OH ULLMAN, GEORGE WAVERLY, OH ULLMAN, WALTER JOHNSTOWN, OH ULLOM, EARL WATERFORD, OH UMBLE, PERRY GRAYSVILLE, OH UNITED ME CH PARSONAGE GRAYSVILLE, OH URDAK, JOHN SARAHSVILLE, OH VALENTINE & MILLER NEW MATAMORAS, OH VALLEY SERVICE INC MARIETTA, OH VANBRUNT, SAMUEL MARIETTA, OH VANCAMP, PAUL SARDIS, OH VANCE OIL & GAS CO STAFFORD, OH VANCE, A G LOWER SALEM, OH VANCE, BOYD LOWER SALEM, OH VANDEGRIFT, DENZIL MARIETTA, OH VANDYNE, MARY WHIPPLE, OH VANFOSSEN, CHRISTINA PLEASANT CITY, OH VANFOSSEN, FLEET PARKERSBURG, WV VANFOSSEN, GLEN DEXTER CITY, OH VANFOSSEN, J A PARKERSBURG, WV VANFOSSEN, WADE LOWER SALEM, OH VANSCYOC, ROY W LOWELL, OH VANVOLTENBURG, JAMES MARIETTA, OH VANWAGENEN BEULAH NEW CONCORD, OH VANWAY, NELLIE NEW MATAMORAS, OH

VANWEY, ROBERT LOWELL, OH VANWEY, RUTH FLEMING, OH VARNER, WILFORD MARIETTA, OH VENHAM, ALFRED E MARIETTA, OH VENHAM, C A FLEMING, OH VENHAM, HELEN LOWELL, OH VISE, CHARLES C MARIETTA, OH VITRULS, JERRY MARIETTA, OH VORHIES, HAROLD SARAHSVILLE, OH VORHIES, JOHN A CALDWELL, OH WADERKER, G O CHESTERHILL, OH WAGNER, CLARENCE W MACKSBURG, OH WAGNER, D P MACKSBURG, OH WAGNER, DALE MARIETTA, OH WAGNER, DAVID L LOWER SALEM, OH WAGNER, DONNA LOWER SALEM, OH WAGNER, LYNN D LOWELL, OH WAGNER, P H WATERFORD, OH WAGNER, WILLIAM MARIETTA, OH WAGNER, WILLIAM LOWELL, OH WAGNER-DAVIS OIL & GAS LOWELL, OH WAITE, E L STOCKPORT, OH WALLACE, C M STOCKPORT, OH WALLER, GERTRUDE CALDWELL, OH WALLER, W C DEXTER CITY, OH WALTER, THEODORE MARIETTA, OH WALTERS, WILLIAM CALDWELL, OH WARD, CHARLES MARIETTA, OH WARD, CLARK NEWPORT, OH WARD, ETHEL P NEW MATAMORAS, OH WARD, EZRA NEW MATAMORAS, OH WARD, GERALD O LOWELL, OH WARD, HELEN CLEVELAND, OH WARD, HENRY NEWPORT, OH WARD, LENA NEWPORT, OH WARD, NOAH NEW MATAMORAS, OH WARE, PAUL MARIETTA, OH WARFIELD, OSCAR LOWELL, OH WARNER, HARRISON SUMMERFIELD, OH WARNER, RICHARD LOWELL, OH WARREN CHAPEL M E CHURCH FLEMING, OH WARREN LAWRENCE WATERFORD, OH WASH CO COON HUNTERS ASSN NEW MATAMORAS, OH WATERMAN, DAVID JR WATERFORD, OH WATERMAN, PAT WATERFORD, OH WATERS, RICHARD A STOCKPOR,T OH WATERS, RICHARD MARIETTA, OH WATSON, DELLA FRAZEYSBURG, OH WATSON, GILBERT PLEASANT CITY, OH WATSON, JESSICA MARIETTA, OH WATSON, STANLEY SENECAVILLE, OH WAXLER CHURCH WHIPPLE, OH WEAVER, ED LOWER SALEM, OH WEAVER, ELDON NEWARK, OH WEAVER, HAROLD K AMESVILLE, OH WEBB, LARRY BEVERLY, OH WEBER, RICHARD NEW MATAMORAS, OH WEBER, THOMAS MARIETTA, OH WECKBACHER, JOHN C RINARD MILLS, OH WECKBACHER, W H RINARD MILLS, OH WEDDLE, GEORGE LOWER SALEM, OH WEDDLE, LEMUEL L WINGETT RUN, OH WEEKLEY, EDWARD CUTLER, OH WEEKLEY, THAYER CUTLER, OH WEINSTOCK, EARL MARIETTA, OH WEINSTOCK, L OWEN MARIETTA, OH WEISEND, ETHEL CALDWELL, OH WELCH, ZORA CALDWELL, OH WELL SUPERVISION NEW CONCORD, OH WELLS, CHALMER C CALDWELL, OH WELLS, DAVID CUMBERLAND, OH WELLS, JAY SENECAVILLE, OH WELLS, KENNETH WATERFORD, OH WELLS, MARVIN CALDWELL, OH WELLSPRING, WALTER MARIETTA, OH WENTWORTH, CLARA SUMMERFIELD, OH WEST, ALLIE MARIETTA, OH WEST, CHARLES M CALDWELL, OH WEST, CLEVE WINGETT RUN, OH

WEST, DORIS MARIETTA, OH WEST, JOHN MARIETTA, OH WEST, JOSEPH GRAYSVILLE, OH WEST, KENNETH W WHIPPLE, OH WEST, RALPH NEW MATAMORAS, OH WEST, ROY J MARIETTA, OH WEST, SANFORD MARIETTA, OH WEST, SUSAN J CALDWELL, OH WESTBROOK, LARRY MARIETTA, OH WESTERN PRODUCTION CO WEST MEMPHIS, AR WETZ, ERNEST LOWELL, OH WHAN, CLARK J MARIETTA, OH WHARTON, RAYMOND COOLVILLE ,OH WHEELER, ELVIN CALDWELL, OH WHEELER, G H PLEASANT CITY, OH WHEELER, GLEN CALDWELL, OH WHEELER, NIAL WATERFORD, OH WHETSTONE, LEWIS LOWER SALEM, OH WHETZEL, LESLIE SARAHSVILLE, OH WHIGVILLE CHURCH SUMMERFIELD, OH WHIPPLE GRANGE # 218 MARIETTA, OH WHITAKER, CHARLES H MARIETTA, OH WHITE, CLIFTON VINCENT, OH WHITE, OCIE SHARON, OH WHITE, OSCAR MARIETTA, OH WHITE, VERNON I CALDWELL, OH WHITED, O W BARTLETT, OH WHITLEY, MELVIN FLY, OH WHITTLE, BRANTLEY A MARIETTA, OH WICK, GARY F LOWELL, OH WICKENS, WAY WOOSTER, OH WICKHAM, AMOS CALDWELL, OH WICKHAM, CARL CUMBERLAND, OH WICKHAM, IVAN CUMBERLAND, OH WICKLINE, RUSSELL NEW MATAMORAS, OH WIGGANS, HAZEL STAFFORD, OH WIGGINS, RAY STAFFORD, OH WILCOXEN, ROSA L CUTLER, OH WILEY, C W CALDWELL, OH WILKINSON, NORMAN WHIPPLE, OH WILLEY, EVERETT SARDIS, OH WILLFORD, EARL CHANDLERSVILLE, OH WILLIAM,S CHARLES N BARTLETT, OH WILLIAMS, CLARENCE E GRAYSVILLE, OH WILLIAMS, DONALD PLEASANT CITY, OH WILLIAMS, EDITH MT EPHRIAM, OH WILLIAMS, ELIZABETH WHIPPLE, OH WILLIAMS, FRANK WINGETT RUN, OH WILLIAMS, GLEN DEXTER CITY, OH WILLIAMS, HOWARD W SR MARIETTA, OH WILLIAMS, ISHAMAEL POWHATAN POINT, OH WILLIAMS, JAMES LOWER SALEM, OH WILLIAMS, MARIE MARIETTA, OH WILLIAMS, MYRTLE M GRAYSVILLE, OH WILLIAMS, O R WOODSFIELD, OH WILLIAMSON, CHARLES JR NEW MATAMORAS, OH WILLIAMSON, DALE O NEW MATAMORAS, OH WILLIAMSON, FLOYD CAMBRIDGE, OH WILLIAMSON, GEORGE NEW MATAMORAS, OH WILLIAMSON, THELMA NEW MATAMORAS, OH WILLIAMSTON, ISABELLE FLY, OH WILLIS, ELMER CALDWELL, OH WILLISON, HARLEY WHEELING, WV WILLISON, WALTER WOODSFIELD, OH WILSON, CARL CALDWELL, OH WILSON, CONRAD PLEASANT CITY, OH WILSON, DALE DEXTER CITY, OH WILSON, EDWIN CALDWELL, OH WILSON, ERNEST R DEXTER CITY, OH WILSON, GUY E BLUE ROCK, OH WILSON, J W COAL RUN, OH WILSON, JOSEPH S MARIETTA, OH WILSON, L A LOWER SALEM, OH WILSON, PEARL CALDWELL, OH WILSON, R M CANTON, OH WILSON, ROBERT BONITA SPRINGS, FL WILSON, TERRY L CALDWELL, OH WILT, JOE WOODSFIELD, OH WINANS, BOYD MARIETTA, OH

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OurSolar ribbon-cutting ceremony held Jan. 5 Solar array produces more than 3,000 kWh

Despite snowy weather, Washington Electric celebrated the arrival of the OurSolar program in southeastern Ohio with a ribbon-cutting ceremony Jan. 5. The cooperative, in partnership with our generation and transmission provider, Buckeye Power, has installed a 50-kilowatt solar panel array to help co-op members tap into renewable energy without the expense and drawbacks of doing it themselves. Through the OurSolar program, Buckeye Power will build new solar panel arrays at several co-op locations throughout Ohio, bringing more emission-free energy to the state’s electric cooperatives. Washington Electric’s array is part of the project’s overall capacity of 2.1 megawatts. The energy produced from each of the panels is expected to be about 375 kilowatt-hours per year, but may be more or less in any given year depending on weather conditions. The energy produced by the panels feeds directly into Washington Electric Cooperative’s

distribution system to be used by co-op members. OurSolar reflects Washington Electric and Buckeye Power’s balanced approach to electricity generation. While most of the power supplied to Washington Electric will continue to be produced by coal-fired generation that is among the cleanest of its kind in the world, OurSolar gives cooperative members the option to supplement that baseload power — that is, electricity production that is highly reliable and always available — with locally produced energy. Ohio winters typically don’t provide much sunshine, but Washington Electric’s panels have already produced more than 3,000 kilowatt-hours of electricity. That’s enough energy to power more than 217,000 lights for an entire year, and an offset of more than 4,000 pounds of carbon dioxide emissions. More information, including energy production data, is available at www.oursolar.coop/washington.

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WRIGHT, GARY FLY, OH WRIGHT, JOHN WATERFORD, OH WRIGHT, LINDA MARIETTA ,OH WRIGHT, RICHARD C LOWELL, OH WRIGHT, ROBERT E NEW MATAMORAS, OH WRISTON, JAMES F NEWPORT, OH YERIAN, DALE W CALDWELL, OH YESTER, JOE CALDWELL, OH YOCKEY OIL CO SYCAMORE VALLEY, OH YODER, BRENDA LOWELL, OH YOHO, DONNA SARDIS, OH YOHO, IMO SENECAVILLE, OH YOHO, JERRY CALDWELL, OH YONALLY, ALEX MARIETTA, OH YONALLY, LEWIS A MARIETTA, OH YONIS, JOSEPH BEVERLY, OH YONTZ, HARRY CALDWELL, OH

YOST, JOHN WILLIAMSTOWN, WV YOST, LINDA SARDIS, OH YOUNG, C E WHIPPLE, OH YOUNG, CLARK O HEBRON,OH YOUNG, GARY R WATERFORD, OH YOUNG, JAMES SARAHSVILLE, OH YOUNG, WILLIAM E MARIETTA, OH ZIMMER, EUGENE MARIETTA, OH ZIMMERMAN, MARY MARIETTA, OH ZUMBRO, CLAIR STOCKPORT, OH ZUMBRO, ELAINE STOCKPORT, OH ZUMBRO, FERNE M BEVERLY, OH ZUMBRO, MERLE STOCKPORT, OH ZWICK, CHARLES D LOWER SALEM, OH

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SAVING TIME Don’t forget to spring forward on March 12! Set your clocks ahead by one hour.

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Capital credits

Washington Electric Cooperative, Inc., refunded capital credits totaling $39,054.37 to the estates of 19 members through January 2017. 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. If you find your account number, call the co-op office by the 16th of the month in which it is published.

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 wholehouse 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 $279.06 in December on prescription drugs with the Co-op Connections® discount card. Members have saved a total of $85,449.11 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 877544-0279 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 or credit or debit card.

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News and notes from electric cooperatives around the state

Recycling center named for late OREC chair George Brake had several passions in his life. The former chairman of the Ohio Rural Electric Cooperatives’ board of directors, who George Brake died in an automobile accident in September 2015, has been honored for one of those passions by the Van Wert County Solid Waste Management District with the renaming of the district’s recycling center as the George E. Brake Recycling Center. Brake, who had served as the Van Wert SWMD director since 1995, was the person most responsible for the center’s creation, according to a proclamation by the county commissioners, which also described him as a “pioneer in the recycling field.” Brake was a member of Midwest Electric and sat on that cooperative’s board of directors at the time of his death.

A firefighter mask with a thermal imaging unit attached (left); the Scott Sight thermal imaging unit sits ready to be attached to a mask (right).

Sight thermal imaging units are attached to the firefighters’ masks for hands-free use, allowing them to see hot spots through heavy smoke. The stateof-the-art units replaced much larger, bulkier equipment. The Wellington Fire District is one of the largest districts in Ohio, covering 125 square miles in southern Lorain County.

Dave Page, president of the Williams County Agricultural Society, accepts a $1,020 check from Darin Thorp, North Western Electric Cooperative CEO.

Local fairs benefit from hot air balloon appearance

North Western Electric Cooperative, located in Bryan, recently gave donations of $1,020 each to the Williams County Agricultural Society and the Defiance County Fair Foundation — a result of their sponsorship of the Touchstone Energy® hot air balloon at the Montpelier Bean Days Balloon Festival and the Defiance County Hot Air Balloon Festival last summer. The donations represent NWEC’s commitment to community.

LMRE’s People Fund grant brings vision to fire department

The Lorain-Medina Rural Electric Cooperative People Fund awarded the Wellington Fire District a grant for nearly $4,400 to purchase four thermal imaging cameras. These Scott

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is continuing to change out all mechanical disk-style meters for new, electronic meters with digital displays. Electronic meters are more accurate, cost less, and can be easily supplied, whereas a supply of the old mechanical meters are no longer manufactured.

GMEC nears end of meter change-out program Guernsey-Muskingum Electric Cooperative, in New Concord,

Dr. John Saxton, PPEC chairman of the board (left), and George Carter, PPEC president/CEO, break ground at the OurSolar array on Nov. 15, 2016.

PPEC launches OurSolar with 228-panel array

Paulding Putnam Electric Cooperative, located in Paulding, broke ground on its community solar project, OurSolar, in November 2016, and the ribboncutting was in January. The project is part of a partnership with Ohio electric cooperatives’ generation and transmission provider, Buckeye Power, and other electric co-ops across Ohio. The 228-panel array is located next to Alex Products on Gasser Road in Paulding. Participating members can subscribe to as many as 10 panels, and the energy produced will be calculated into those members’ electric bills. It costs less than $2 per month, per panel.

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Willie Ludwig, a direct descendant of the man who built the Ludwig Mill, is a regular volunteer there. The mill is now part of the Metroparks of the Toledo Area.

MILLING AROUND

Historic Ohio mills make for entertaining daytrips with a strong dose of history BY DAMAINE VONADA

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illie Ludwig usually can tell when the Isaac Ludwig Mill resonates with visitors. “People will walk into the mill, look around, take a big sniff, and smile,” he says. “Then they say it smells just like their grandfather’s old timber-frame barn smelled when they were kids.” The wooden mill has stood beside the Maumee River ever since Isaac Ludwig, Willie’s great-great-greatgrandfather, finished building it in 1849. “Inside the mill today, you can still see hand-hewn timbers from Isaac’s time,” Ludwig says. Willie’s great-uncle Cleo Ludwig donated the mill to the Metroparks

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of the Toledo Area in the 1970s, and it’s been converted into a living history museum at Providence Metropark near Grand Rapids. “Great-Uncle Cleo told the park district people they could have the mill property for free if they painted ‘Isaac Ludwig Mill’ on the building, never charged admission, and filled it with working milling equipment to educate people,” Ludwig says. Employed as a bench jeweler in Toledo, Ludwig has been a Providence Metropark volunteer for years; he helps with everything from mill maintenance to guiding tours for the schoolchildren who regularly

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Damaine Vonada The Isaac Ludwig Mill is part of Providence Metropark’s Canal Experience, which features mule-drawn canal boat rides through an authentic 1800s lock on the old Miami and Erie Canal. Used to grind grain, saw wood, and generate electricity, the mill contains turn-of-the-last-century steam engines and turbines. The mill and canal attractions are open from May through October, but exhibits highlighting their history are available year-round at the park’s Heritage Center. 419-407-9701; www.metroparkstoledo.com.

“During their heyday, Ohio visit. He also is a longWant to know more about mills? probably had 2,500 mills,” standing member of Ludwig says. “Today, we’re the Society for the The Society for the Preservation of Old Mills has down to about 30 that run.” Preservation of Old lots of information about American mills at www. Mills, and has been spoom.org. Its Great Lakes chapter showcases Isaac Ludwig Mill is among both president and vice Ohio mills at www.spoomgreatlakes.weebly.com. those historic Ohio mills president of its Great that still operate and serve Lakes chapter. According as gathering places by welcoming visitors. We’ve to Ludwig, mills played an important role in Ohio selected three more mills to feature on the next few during the 1800s. By harnessing the state’s abundant pages, mills that offer tours or demonstrations — streams, water-powered mills not only turned and by combining nostalgia with naturally scenic raw materials into marketable products, but they settings, they provide people with a step-back-inalso became community centers where the nearby time escape from the daily grind. residents exchanged goods, news, and gossip.

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Vaudeville singer and composer Tell Taylor wrote the classic ballad Down by the Old Mill Stream during a visit to his hometown of Findlay in 1908. He went fishing in the Blanchard River, where boyhood memories of the Misamore gristmill inspired his sentimental song’s music and lyrics. Popularized on the vaudeville circuit, Down by the Old Mill Stream remains a favorite for barbershop quartets. Today, a monument to Taylor’s fateful fishing trip stands in Findlay’s Riverside Park (www. hancockparks.com); the Hancock County Historical Society preserves a piece of millstone from Misamore Mill (www.hancockhistoricalmuseum. org); and the Old Mill Stream Scenic Byway affords motorists a 52-mile heritage tour along the Blanchard River (www.visitfindlay.com).

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Bear’s Mill — Darke County

Jeffry Konczal; opposite page: Damaine Vonada

When the Society for the Preservation of Old Mills chose Bear’s Mill for its 2016 conference, the mill’s original equipment — including a Leffel turbine and French buhrstones — wowed the members. “When you go to the mill’s second floor, it’s still 1849, and we want to keep it that way,” says Terry Clark, the self-taught miller who uses locally grown grains to produce about 30,000 pounds of flour annually. Located east of Greenville, Bear’s Mill is a popular attraction, where folks buy the flours and baking mixes in the mill store, admire art in its gallery, and explore the beautiful mill property bordering Greenville Creek. 937-548-5112; www. bearsmill.org.

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Clifton Mill — Clifton

Jeffry Konczal; opposite page: Damaine Vonada

The hundreds of vintage flour sacks hanging inside Clifton Mill attest to the Anthony Satariano family’s passion for collecting antiques. Of course, the greatest antique they ever acquired was the mill itself, which dates to 1869 and is one of the nation’s largest water-powered gristmills. It’s also among the most picturesque; the multi-story mill overlooks the Little Miami River from its woodsy perch on Clifton Gorge. Its dazzling Christmas display — the Legendary Lights of Clifton Mill — has made the mill famous, but visitors can also feast on plate-sized pancakes, sandwiches, and homemade biscuits in its restaurant. 937-767-5501; www.cliftonmill.com.

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Built into the wall of a gorge in the 1840s, Lanterman’s Mill is the centerpiece of Mill Creek Park and boasts a massive stone foundation and splendid waterfall views. “The mill’s observation deck is a must-see,” notes Carol Vigorito, education director of Mill Creek MetroParks. “You get an up-close look

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at Lanterman’s Falls and can feel the power of the water.” Visitors also can follow the milling operation from start to finish at the mill, where park personnel use a 4-ton water wheel to grind the cornmeal and wheat flours sold at its on-site store. Open April through November; days and hours vary. 330-7407115; www.millcreekmetroparks.org.

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One man’s quest to preserve an almost-forgotten time and place

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ucked away in a bend of the Great Miami River just north of Piqua sit the remains of a town steeped in history.

Not much is left of Rossville today; only a clutch of mostly empty houses and the historic Rossville cemetery pay homage to the past. Trucks rumble by on nearby I-75, and the din of fast-food joints and shops in Piqua is just beyond the trees. The only real evidence that this place is hallowed ground is a road sign that points the way to “Rossville — settled by the Randolph Slaves,” and even that’s wrong.

“They were freedmen when they arrived here,” says Larry Hamilton, who taught history at nearby Piqua High School for 30 years. Hamilton is working to create a permanent memorial and cultural center that he hopes will ‘Time is at once make the Upper Miami the most valuable Valley a center of diversity discussion. and the most perishable

of all our possessions.’ – John Randolph (1773 – 1833)

What makes it so culturally important? To understand the pull of history and diversity here, one has to go to a very different time and place.

It was before the Civil War. A wealthy Virginia planter and politician named John Randolph died, and, because owning slaves had apparently nagged at his conscience, his will included what was an unusual bequest: “I give my slaves their freedom to which my conscience tells me they are justly entitled,” he wrote. “Randolph always understood the distinction made between the idealism of the founding fathers and the reality of the enslavement of African people,” Hamilton says. “He had an awareness that these were people who had the ability, if given the opportunity, to excel to the level of the founders. He was a bit of a hypocrite [because he didn’t act on his conscience in his own lifetime], but at least he was motivated in a final analysis to do something positive and constructive, which was to free his slaves.” The freedmen were eventually given safe passage to Ohio, where they were to settle on land in rural Mercer County that had been acquired by one of

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Randolph’s trustees. But their arrival was met by an angry mob on the banks of the Miami-Erie Canal, and they never stepped foot in Mercer County. Instead, they turned around and landed at what became Rossville. Many scattered from there, but others stayed and formed a vibrant partnership with Piqua — at its peak, there were around 100 homes, as well as black-owned businesses, black schools, and black churches. “It was a community that had significant economic impact in the sense of small businesses: barbers, gas stations, repair shops. It was economically integrated with the area,” says Jim Oda, a historian and director of the Piqua Public Library. Buffeted by assimilation, economics, and changing demographics, few communities of pre-Civil War freed blacks have endured in Ohio. But Rossville’s demise had another, more ironic, culprit: the river. The Great Miami, the river that had brought the settlers, would also take them. In 1913, the bend in the Miami that cradled Rossville became a torrent that covered the area in 15 feet of water. Dozens lost their lives, and businesses were washed away along with most of Rossville’s history. “One of the issues with preserving black history is that there just isn’t a lot that has been saved; it wasn’t viewed as important at the time, and that makes it very difficult today,” says Tilda Philpot, executive director of the Shelby County Historical Society. Hamilton hopes his plans for a memorial complex in Rossville would shine a light upon and memorialize all of the once-prosperous rural black communities that had existed in western Ohio. He has already formed a foundation and begun acquiring land for what he has christened the RandolphMcCulloch complex — co-named for William McCulloch, the congressman from Piqua who played a significant role in passing the Civil Rights Act of 1965. KEVIN WILLIAMS

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long the south shore of Lake Erie, at Sheldon Marsh State Nature Preserve near Huron, Ohio, stands a very special tree. It’s not special simply because of its large size, although it’s the largest of its type in the state. Rather, the tree is unique because it is one of the very last of its species growing anywhere in the Buckeye State: the American chestnut.

The delicious, sweet nut of the tree was just as soughtafter, eaten by wildlife, livestock, and people alike. (Remember the opening line to The Christmas Song: “Chestnuts roasting on an open fire”?) What’s more, you could count on a heavy nut crop most every year — thousands of nuts per tree — as the chestnut tree did not flower until summer, long after the damaging effects of late-spring frosts.

A century ago, chestnut trees were everywhere in eastern Ohio. In fact, one of every four trees was a chestnut. An estimated 4 billion chestnut trees once grew from southern Maine to Mississippi, along the spine of the Appalachians and into its foothills. The wood from the huge trees — some trunks measuring 8 to 10 feet in diameter — not only was beautifully grained but also was rot-resistant, so it was popular for any number of uses: cabins, barns, furniture, or splitrail fences, among many examples.

But that all changed in 1904, when the chestnut blight arrived in New York City, likely hitchhiking on exotic nursery stock. It was a quickly spreading and devastating fungal disease, and chestnut trees had no immunity. Within 50 years, all were either dead or dying. At least one naturalist at the time called it “the single greatest catastrophe known in recorded North American forest history.”

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A visitor inspects an American chestnut tree — the largest one in Ohio — at Sheldon Marsh State Nature Preserve near Huron.

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NORTHWEST MAR. 3 – Glass City Beer Festival, 2901 Key St., Maumee, 7–11 p.m. Featuring over 40 craft breweries and more than 230 beers. Food vendors and live music. Free parking. 419-724-2739 or https://glasscitybeerfest. com. MAR. 3–5 – Indian Lake Boat Show, Indian Lake State Park, 12774 St. Rte. 235 N., Lakeview, 9 a.m.–6 p.m. U.S. Coast Guard and ODNR officers will be on hand to answer your boating questions. 937-8432717 or http://parks.ohiodnr.gov/indianlake. MAR. 4 – Glass City Wine Festival, SeaGate Convention Ctr., 401 Jefferson Ave., Toledo. Four tasting sessions: VIP, 12–4 p.m. and 5–9 p.m.; general admission, 1–4 p.m. and 6–9 p.m. $25–$40. 419-255-3300, www.eriepromotions.com. MAR. 4–5 – Tri-State Gun Show, Allen Co. Fgds., 2750 Harding Hwy., Lima, 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 collectibles for purchase. 419647-0067 or www.tristategunshow.org. MAR. 9 – Toledo Symphony Concert, Sauder Village, Founders Hall, 22611 St. Rte. 2, Archbold, 7:30

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. 614-715-8000 or http:// fpconservatory.org. MAR. 2– 5 – Arnold Sports Festival, Greater Columbus Convention Ctr., 400 N. High St., Columbus. Daily Expo ticket, $15 advance, $20 at door, under 14 free. More than 70 sports and events on display, including 14 Olympic sports. See website for daily schedules. www.arnoldsportsfestival.com. MAR. 4 – Del McCoury Band, Stuart’s Opera House, 2 Public Square, Nelsonville, 8 p.m. $35–$55. 740-753-1924 or www.stuartsoperahouse.org. MAR. 5 – Wedding Expo and Show, Hilton Polaris, 8700 Lyra Dr., Columbus, 11 a.m.–4 p.m. Fashion shows 12:30 and 2:30 p.m. $5 advance, $8 at door. 937-550-4138 or www.ohiobridalexpos.com. MAR. 10–12 – All About Cats Expo, Ohio Expo Ctr., Buckeye Bldg., 717 E. 17th Ave., Columbus, Fri. 3–9 p.m., Sat. 10 a.m.–6 p.m., Sun. 9 a.m.–5 p.m. $10, Srs. $8, under 12 free. A great show for pet lovers of all ages. www.allaboutcatsexpo.com. MAR. 11 – Maple Tapping Festival and Pancake Breakfast, Charles Alley Nature Park, 2805 Old Logan Rd. SE, Lancaster. Breakfast 8–11 a.m. ($5). Festival 8 a.m.– noon (free). 740-681-5025. MAR. 11 – Shamrock Hike, Marion Tallgrass Trail, 2093 Holland Rd.W., Marion, 1–4 p.m. Join naturalist James Anderson for a guided nature tour starting at 1:30 p.m. at the nature center. Dress for the weather and bring water. 740-223-4160 or www.marioncountyparks.info. MAR. 11 – Take Me Out to the Ballgame, New Albany Symphony, 100 W. Dublin-Granville Rd., New Albany, 11:30 a.m.–12:15 p.m. $7. Come dressed in your favorite team jersey. Kid-friendly concert experience includes a

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pre-concert art project and a special treat for each audience member. 614-323-1237 or www.newalbanysymphony.net. MAR. 11–12 – Maple Sugaring, Hocking Hills State Park, 19852 St. Rte. 664 S., Logan, 12–4 p.m. Meet at the Naturalist Cabin located behind the Old Man’s Cave Visitor Center. 740-385-6842 or http://parks.ohiodnr.gov/ hockinghills. MAR. 12 – Lancaster Community Band Spring Concert, Faith Memorial Church, 2610 W. Fair Ave., Lancaster, 2 p.m. Free. 740-756-4430. MAR. 17–19 – Field & Stream and Outdoor Life Ohio Deer and Turkey Expo, Ohio Expo Ctr., Bricker Bldg., 717 E. 17th Ave., Columbus, Fri. 2–9 p.m., Sat. 9 a.m.–7 p.m., Sun. 9 a.m.–4 p.m. More than 450 booths, demos and displays, contests, free seminars, gear, and more. www.deerinfo.com/ohio. MAR. 18 – St. Patrick’s Day Celebration and Parade, Bridge and High Sts., Dublin, 7 a.m.–12 p.m. Free. Events take place throughout the city, starting around 7:30 a.m. with a pancake breakfast, and a parade at 11 a.m. 800245-8387 or www.irishisanattitude.com. MAR. 18 – “A Kick Start to Spring Thyme,” Gardens at Gantz Symposium, Evans Ctr., 4330 Dudley Ave., Grove City, 8 a.m.–3:30 p.m. Presentations about medicinal herbs, gardening with annuals, and more. $45, includes materials, breakfast, and lunch. Deadline Mar. 10. 614-871-6323 or www.grovecityohio.gov/topic/gantzsymposium. MAR. 19 – Columbus Toy Show, Ohio Expo Ctr., Lausche Bldg., 717 E. 17th Ave., Columbus, 9 a.m.–3 p.m. www.ctspromotions.com. MAR. 24–25 – Memories Scrap-booking Expo, Ohio Expo Ctr., Lausche Bldg., 717 E. 17th Ave., Columbus, 10 a.m.–5 p.m. More than 100 booths with supplies, papers, punches, tools, and more. Classes for beginners through experts. $12/day (cash only). www.memoriesexpo.com. MAR. 25 – Columbus Spring Avant-Garde Art and Craft Show, Makoy Ctr., 5462 Center St., Hilliard, 10 a.m.–4 p.m. $3, under 12 free. www.avantgardeshows.com. MAR. 25–26 – A Night at Heritage Hall, 169 E. Church St., Marion, 7 p.m. $8. Experience a night at the museum, where interesting historical characters come to life around every corner. 740-387-4255 or www.marionhistory.com.

MAR. 24–25 – 47th annual Spring Arts and Crafts Show, Greenbriar Conference and Party Ctr., 50 Riffel Rd., Wooster, Fri. 5–9 p.m., Sat. 9 a.m.–4 p.m. Free. Over 100 juried arts and crafts vendors. Handmade items only, no commercial vendors. Lunch available. 330-345-5962. MAR. 24–26 – PRO Home and Garden Show, SeaGate Convention Ctr., 401 Jefferson Ave., Toledo, Fri. 4-8 p.m., Sat.10 a.m.–8 p.m., Sun. 11 a.m.–5 p.m. $6, Srs./Military $5, kids under 12 free. An array of interior and exterior products plus the latest in home design. 419-255-3300, 419-471-0101, or www.hireaprotoday. com. MAR. 25 – Maple Syrup Festival & NW Ohio Woodland and Wildlife Family Festival, Williams Co. Fgd., 619 E. Main St., Montpelier, 8 a.m.–noon. Pancake and sausage breakfast at 7:30 a.m. See a working sugar shack and learn about the collection process. 419-636-9395, ext. 3, e-mail amichaels@williamsswcd. org, or http://northwestohiomaplesyrupproducers.com. MAR. 25 – Marsh Madness Hike, Maumee Bay State Park, 1400 State Park Rd., Oregon, 1–2 p.m. Guided hike around the boardwalk, celebrating World Frog Day, and focus on our marsh’s amphibians. 419-8369117 or http://parks.ohiodnr.gov/maumeebay. MAR. 25–26 – Williams Co. Antique Show, Montpelier Schools, 1015 E. Brown Rd. (Co. Rd. K), Montpelier, Sat. 9 a.m.–4 p.m., Sun. 10 a.m.–4 p.m. $3, under 12 free. Concessions available. Appraisal station both days 11 a.m.–2 p.m., $5 per person, limit 2 items. 419-485-8200 or e-mail wchs@williams-net.com.

SOUTHWEST MAR. 1–5 – Cincinnati Home and Garden Show, Duke Energy Convention Ctr., 525 Elm St., Cincinnati, Wed.–Fri. noon–8 p.m., Sat. 10:30 a.m.–8 p.m., Sun. 10:30 a.m.–5 p.m. $11 online, $13 at door. www. cincinnati-homeandgardenshow.com.

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SOUTHEAST MAR. 4 – National Cambridge Glass Collectors AllCambridge Benefit Auction, Pritchard Laughlin Civic Ctr., 7033 Glenn Highway, Cambridge. Preview at 8:30 a.m. Auction at 9:30 a.m. $2. 740-432-4245 or www.cambridgeglass. org.

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MAR. 4 – Statehood Day Celebration, various locations, Chillicothe, 8 a.m.–4 p.m. Celebrate Statehood Day in Ohio’s first capital. Includes tours, mock debate, and displays. 800-413-4118 or www. visitchillicotheohio.com. MAR. 4, 11, 18, 25 – Athens Farmers Market, 1000 E. State St., Athens, 9 a.m.–noon. Buy local and support your local economy. The market showcases farmers, orchardists, specialty food producers, bakers, and many other foodbased entrepreneurs.740-593-6763 or www. athensfarmersmarket.org. MAR. 5, 8 – All About Eve, Athena Grand, 1008 E. State St., Athens, 7 p.m. $12.50. See the classic movie on the big screen. 740-593-8800 or wwww. athenagrand.com.

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MAR. 4, 11, 18 – Geauga Fresh Farmers’ Market – Winter Market, Lowe’s Greenhouse and Gift, 16540 Chillicothe Rd., Bainbridge, 9 a.m.–noon. Pastured meats, free-range eggs, winter vegetables, honey, maple syrup, and more. 440-474-9885 and 216-219-6840. MAR. 11–12 – Chagrin Falls’ Spring Avant-Garde Art and Craft Show, Federated Church-Family Life Ctr., 16349 Chillicothe Rd., Chagrin Falls, Sat. 10 a.m.–5 p.m., Sun. 11 a.m.–5 p.m. $3, under 12 free. Local artists and crafters selling handmade items. Portion of proceeds benefit Cleveland Animal Protective League. 440-2278794 or www.avantgardeshows.com. MAR. 11–12 – Ohio Decoy Collectors and Carvers Association Show and Sale, Holiday Inn, 15471 Royalton Rd., Strongsville, Sat. 9 a.m.–4 p.m., Sun. 9 a.m.–3 p.m. $5, under 17 free. A venue for decoy collectors, competitive carvers, and wildlife/waterfowl artists. 419-874-3671 or www.odcca.net MAR. 17–18 – Summit Racing Equipment I-X Piston Powered Auto-Rama, IX Center, One I-X Dr., Cleveland, Fri. 3–10 p.m., Sat. 10 a.m.–10 p.m., Sun. 10 a.m.–6 p.m. The world’s largest indoor showcase of custom cars, construction equipment, motorcycles, planes, and more. www.facebook.com/ events/625871954280640. MAR. 18 – Eighth Annual Campbell-Dickinson St. Patrick Bike/Run/Walk and Kids 1K, 201 S. 4th St., Toronto. Kids 1–10, $7; Stds. 11–18, $10; Adults, $15. Proceeds go to the Tony Teramana Cancer Center TEAR Fund. 740-544-6439 or www.thegemcity.org. MAR. 18–19 – Antlers and Anglers, Ashland Co. Fgds., 2042 Claremont Ave., Ashland, Sat. 10 a.m.–4 p.m., Sun. 11 a.m.–4 p.m. Outdoor sportsmen event with vendors, seminars, food, prizes, and more. Admission is two “bucks” ($2) or two nonperishable items. 419-2891343 or www.armstrongonewire.com. MAR. 18–19 – Rocky River Spring Avant-Garde Art and Craft Show, Rocky River Memorial Hall, 21016 Hilliard Blvd., Rocky River, Sat. 10 a.m.–5 p.m., Sun. 11 a.m.–5 p.m. $3, under 12 free.

MAR. 10–12 – Home, Garden, and Business Expo, Pritchard Laughlin Civic Ctr., 7033 Glenn Highway, Cambridge, Fri. 11 a.m.–8 p.m., Sat. 11 a.m.–7 p.m., Sun. noon–5 p.m. 740-439-6688 or www. cambridgeohiochamber.com. MAR. 12 – 26th Annual Union Local FFA & FFA Alumni Farm Toy and Tractor Show, Union Local High School, 66779 Belmont-Morristown Rd. (Ohio 149 between I-70 and U.S. 40), Morristown, 9 a.m.–3 p.m. Take I-70 exit 208. Farm toy displays, dealers, food, and more. $3, under 12 free. 740-782-1181, 740484-4112, or 740-686-2261. MAR. 16 – Delbert McClinton, Peoples Bank Theatre, 222 Putnam St., Marietta, 8 p.m. www. peoplesbanktheatre.com. MAR. 17–18 – River City Blues and Jazz Festival, Lafayette Hotel, 101 Front St., Marietta. Talented blues and jazz performers from around the country. Schedule and ticket information: http://bjfm. org/blues-festival/. MAR. 30–31, APR. 1 – Cambridge Lions Club Variety Show, Scottish Rite Auditorium, 941 Wheeling Ave., Cambridge, 7:30 p.m. $8 Thur., $10 Fri./Sat. 740-439-5385, 800-285-1543, or www. cambridgelions.com. MAR. 31, APR. 1–2, 7–9 – Give My Regards To Broadway, Cambridge Performing Arts Ctr., 642 Wheeling Ave., Cambridge. 740-261-4304 or www. cambridgeperformingartscenter.org.

Large show features artists and crafters selling their original handmade items. 440-227-8794 or www. avantgardeshows.com. MAR. 19 – Teddy Bear Concert: Goldilocks and the Three Bears, Renaissance Performing Arts, 138 Park Ave.W., Mansfield, 2:30 p.m. $5. The show features live actors and music telling this classic fairytale on stage in an intimate, interactive setting ideal for wiggly, curious children. 419-522-2726 or www.mansfieldtickets.com. MAR. 22 – Shaolin Warriors, Playhouse Square, 1519 Euclid Ave., Cleveland, 7:30 p.m. $10–$49.50. More than 20 masters of Kung Fu display their skill, artistry, and martial arts prowess. 216-771-4444 or www. playhousesquare.org/events. MAR. 24–APR. 17 – I-X Indoor Amusement Park, IX Center, One I-X Dr., Cleveland. Twenty acres of fun, all indoors! Thrilling amusement rides, Live family entertainment and more. For dates and times, visit www. ixamusementpark.com. MAR. 24–25 – Militaria Collectors Show, Lakeland Community College, Athletic & Fitness Ctr. Main Gym,7700 Clocktower Dr., Kirtland (Rt. 306 and I-90, exit 193), Fri. 5–9 p.m., Sat. 9 a.m.–3 p.m. $4, Stds. $2. Buy, sell, or trade military relics including uniforms, edged weapons, and medals/awards. Over 150 tables. E-mail lakelandmilitariashow@gmail.com or www.facebook. com/lakeland.militaria.show. MAR. 26 – Massillon Train and Toy Show, Knights of Columbus Hall, 988 Cherry Rd. NW, Massillon, 10 a.m.–3 p.m. $5, under 12 free. All gauges of trains, parts, videos, collectible toys, die-cast models, and more. Over 150 dealer tables. Buy, sell, and trade. 330-262-7488, e-mail cathijon@sssnet.com, or www.cjtrains.com. MAR. 26 – Bicentennial Sounds: A Reception and Concert for Historic Zoar Village, Kent State Tuscarawas Performing Arts Ctr., 330 University Dr., New Philadelphia. Reception 1-3 p.m. with concert immediately following. Concert-only tickets start at $27. 330-308-6400 or www.kent.edu/tusc/zoar.

WEST VIRGINIA MAR. 17–19 – Women’s Getaway, North Bend State Park, 202 North Bend Park Rd., Cairo. For package pricing: 800-CALL-WVA or www.northbendsp. com. MAR. 25 – Buckwheat Cake Breakfast, Prickett’s Fort, 8–10 a.m. $14.50. Price includes meal and audio tour of the fort. Free History Alive presentation at 11:30 a.m. RSVP for breakfast by Mar. 22 at www. prickettsfortstatepark.com/events.html.

PLEASE NOTE: Ohio Cooperative Living strives for ac­curacy but strongly urges readers to confirm dates and times before traveling long distances to events. Submit listings AT LEAST 90 DAYS prior to the event by writing to Ohio Cooperative Living, 6677 Busch Blvd., Columbus, OH 43229 or events@ ohioec.org.

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