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10 The Glenville Democrat'Paihfinder March 20. 1975 _ - Work Shoes r Sketch Mate Tops by by I Georgm Giant ,, Sketch 4 JAMES DEPARTMENT STORE We're "On The Square" GrantsvilJe .JI Cedar Creek Park Road 2.Week Spring Fabric Festival Large selection of double knits -- All Colors of plains - prints - coordinates. 52,79 a yard. OPEN EVENINGS & SUNDAY AFTERNOONS Call 462-7049 Does your life / Patrick Reale, commander, with chapter charter. Disabled American Veterans, Lawrence D. Howell chapter 20, received March 8. Also shown are Victor Lane [center], service officer, and ,Mrs. Lane. Flag held by Mrs. Lane flew over Capitol, sent by Sen. Byrd. Chapter is seeking additional members. Members are: Lane, Reale, Willis Campbell, William Luzader. Hadsyi Putnam. Clarence Moore. Thurl Nichols. Stephen Putnam, Charles Epler, Varis Hathaway. Agnes E. Moore and Lester Putnam. i ......................... i Preparing garden soil i Things you ! C;ood soil for growing vegetables should know i m.~t be protected by proper cultivation, use of organic matter. about maintenance of soil fertility and ,:entrol of plant pests. Properly "YOU AND prepared soil provides a desirable YOUR FAMILY" medium for root development, absorbs water and air rapidly and usually does It) soil test recommendations Use a good complete garden fertilizer such as 10-10-10 or 5-10-10. The numbers 10-10.10 represent the fertilizer grade. This means it contains 10% available nitrogen. 10% available phosphorous and 10% potassium. ! iil fuel by Yards braced, breeze, a Atlantic bringing It's not a centurv, but a Researchers beLievei be the 20th transporting carg~ fuel shortages. They point out and-most of the ti~ hUni terd Sta tes Ma rit~ as g anted the Uni $18000 to study the~ Under considers~ masted craft with ~olet machinery to hoist. nylon-and-dacron ~ry metal yardarms inta~ The National book. "'Men, Ships. a~ that about 35 fu~ barkentines, brigan~rd schooners sail t~rd training ships. Squs~=d cargoes right up to ~ am World War II. But not since the~ tall ships with their ,:onsidered economij~ year, until war en~ more than a dozen vessels carried coal. and Chilean nitrate Undermanned fuel. they could half-way around the no steamship could Preussen. the in this trade, was a spread 5(3.000 feet metal masts. Laden insurance policy have Ioanable value? Most life insurance policies do..Our simple bank Life Insurance Loans are readily avail- able at the lowest borrowing cost--yes, low- est. So whenever you find you need a sizable loan for any worthwhile purpose, come right on in to see us! Bring your policy or policies with you, of course. Gienville, W.Va. Member FDIC THE Store Hours 9 to 9 Daily 12 to 6 Sunday ,,or crust badly. Mas ter's progrom pound around Cape Like how much monthly in- Tilling practices do not automati- sails generating come for your family will i tally create good garden soil, Tillage is offered by Wesleyan e ,n horsepower. your life insurance pro- needed to control weeds, mix mulches Every year a vide? How much will come mr t:rop residues into the soil and to A master of arts degre " her type loaded from other assets? And how do recent changes in alter soil structure. Unnecessary teaching education will be offered this three-mmlMh race the Social Security law af- tillagt: increases crusting on soil . umme.r at West Virginia A'esleyan around thaHorn to ~ fect you? i surfa~.e and if the soil is wet. tillage (;,liege. four-masted Parma . compacts it. For the first time in 40 years, a winds to win the lS. Now with the help of a, Plow. or till the soil in the spring as master's degree is available at in 103 days. Metropolitan Life servme soon as it is dry enough to work. ~,~ieslevan for elementary and The following called"You andYour Faro- , Turning the soil early will give the sod s,.~,)ndarv teachers with a meier weather, she made ; ily," I can provide answers ; time to rot some before planting time. empha~i~ in classroom teaching. When the wind was ; to these questions without ; To see if the soil is dry enough tot'reviouslv teachers could travel only ship might take 140 ; cost or obligation. : work. dig up a handful from as deep as 1,)kVest Virginia or Marshall reach its berth in tl . Fastest of all c, ,~ So why not call me today you plan to work it. Squeeze the Unviersities to acquire credit toward a ; for more details and an ap- ~, handful of soil tightly. If it sticks master's degree, craft were the clipps ; pointment ; together in a ball and does not break The year-round program will begin the 1840"s. Larger : Hunter B. Beail, Jr. .." apart easily, it is too wet to work.with the first summer ~ession on June square-rigged lihil .Sales Representative . If your garden is on a slop~ make 9. Interested teachers are urged to distinguished by t~ 813 Grand Central Avenue ~ the rows run across the slope, f the apply to the Director of Admissions hulls, sharp bows ck -Wenna W Va. 26105 rows run up and down the slope, rains hero,re a May 31 deadline, the waves, and by Office: '(3()4) 295-4561 : epl'lladL at ~j~,, ~! zLJI~ Residence {304~ 295-5353 ~ will wash out the soil, damaging beth : .... the crops and the soil. They were ex er~ : i~lS~~l~UlI~l~. ." Organic matter improves soil as a t0 meet requ ed e,tre I . ~leZ~t~I~ClSrlENV " growing medium for plants. It helps theirfor~tsof~ ling The Gilmer County Planning profits when err Metropoiitsn Life, New York, N.Y. : release nitrogen, minerals and ..-.....--..-..--..---*..- other nutrients for plant use when it Commission will meet Wednesday, cargoes such as tea decays. A mulch of partially rotted March 26 at theGSC Forestry Building, speeding forty-niners Rt. 33 West Second Street, Weston 14.95 DRESSES FOR THE GIRLS IN THE FAMILY Lovely as Springtime is how you'll look in pretty dresses from H-P. !0.95 Ladles' easy-care polyester dresses in solid colors, jacquards, prints, two-tones & tri-tones. Petites-Juniors-Missys-Half Sizes 9.95 to 24.95 Girls' dainl~ organdy, polyester, cotton blend, & jersey knit dresses. Choose from flock dots, prints, gingham checks & solid colors, Long & Short Styles... . ~. .. 4.98 to 12.95 C0nvfS:n Away "x\ )% , NAVY WHITE SANDAL 1~ ~Ut ~ T.Strap \ 6.95 straw, leaves or compost on the soil helps keep the soil surface from crusting, retards water loss -from soft and retards weed growth. Apply fertilizer and lime according 7:30 p.m. to discuss an annual progress report, update of an overall economic development plan, a report on HUD applications, and budget requests for 1975. The public is invited. WANTED Standing Timber or Timberland ALSO MEN WITH TRACTORS OR HORSES TO SKID LOGS. YEAR AROUND HAULING FOR LOG TRUCKS. CALL OR WRITE Mark Ellis Forester COASTAL LUMBER COMPANY P.O Box 218 Gassaway 26624. West ~/irginia Phone: 30~-364-5986 ! gold fields. Ha rd-driving their crews and prided themselves inch of canvas the lee rail under. "'Passed a ship under with our royals and Clippers built by Boston set more records. His covered 465 nautical in the Indian year, his Sovereign knots. If square-riggers goal will be Two leo io cobb Circuit Court Jud~ sentenced two 1-10 year terms Penitentiary last ..o.oooo*oo*ooo**,***..,oo,o*oo,ooo*., ,oo* ,o,oo,o,o,o,oo*o**o.. o,o.o..o,, ooo.o.*.o ,....,o. e Reason 12 Wp. have had years of experience and people hnv hee.n peciallv trained. We will do nttr best in nrormrin your r tnrn, and then we'll carefully check it for ,3 ('f'llr,3 cv THE INCOME TAX PEOPLE GASSAWAY 51R Elk St. 364-8291 Open 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. weekdays. 9-5 Sat. NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY GI.ENVII.I.E 30 E. Main St. 462-7784 Cadman pleaded larceny charges in theft of several Telephone Co. cable. arrested by police near Cedar Creek In additinn, the not decide the case of Sutton, who spotlighting a deer arrest, both triel has been date. Rowan was Officer Steve Davis Upper Cedar which resulted truck. He was Circuit Court has and the rest of this will be heard during I term. in July. Km~te, 11~ Oble