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10 The Glenx411e Dpmocrat/Pathfinder March 25, 1976 WhitinE enEagement announced R Elk River Leape to meet March 26 Mr. and Mrs. Andrew E. Whiting of 301 East Main Streel. (;hmville. West Virginia. announce the engage- ment of their daughter. Barbara. to Alan B. Mollohan. son of Mr. and Mrs/ Robert H. Mollohan of Fairmont, West Virginia. Miss Barbara Whiting Miss Whiting attended Glenville State College and graduated from West Virginia University. She is employed by the Ohio County Board of Education as a speech and hearing clinician. Mr. Mollohan is a graduate of the Cbllege of William and Mary and West Virginia University College of Law. He is associated with the law firm of Rose, Schmidt and Dixon. ' A summer wedding is being planned. Remember that the deadline for all news and advertising in the Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder is Monday at 5 p.m. On Holiday weeks the deadline may be even earlier. Have your. news and advertising in early to avoid disappoint- ment. ,.,.1 , . ....... , ............. ... .... ........ .... ,.............oo . :.:* :.::.::::::::::.::::::...::::::.:::.:..?.:.::..::.....:...`:..:::::::.:. .:.;...-.-......I MOODY'S MOBILE HOMES Rt. 33-119 -- 4 miles west of Weston A Complete Selection of Quality Built Homes 12-wides 14-wides double wides and modular on display Each home fully displayed and lighted for your shopping convenience OPEN FRIDAY TEL 8:00 PM Phone 269-1510 Member of W.Va. Mobile Home Association Ihe Elk River Improvement l,eaguc will hoht its Spring Meeting, March 26th. Friday evening, 7:30 p.m. at the Herbert Hoover High School. The meeting will be held in the Little Theater Auditorium, entrance last door downriver. The main part of the meeting will consider a report by Carl Murrey, President, on the progress of the Sutton Dam on the project initiated by the U.S. Corps of Engineers in May, 1975. which lowered the flow. and stabilized the river level in Elk below the dam from Sutton to Charleston. This project put into force by the Corps of Engineers with the cooperation of the League Directors. has restored the shoals of white water, and reduced the sediment load in the river. An increased number of schools of minnows has been" noted since the program has been in effect, The membership who are expec- ted to attend the Spring meeting, will be asked to vote their approval of the new operational procedures of the dam which were in force last year, and to voice their approval for the continuance of this program by the Corps of Engineers permanently. The membership will be asked to vote their approval of the Multiplelevel facility to be constructed on Sutton Dam, as soon as design is completed by the Corps of Engineers. This facility is necessary, and vital to Elk river in order to increase fish spawning by drawing warm water from the top of the water level in the reservoir. This. according to experts, will increase the spawning of fish by six weeks, thus returning more gtne fish to the 101 miles of river below the dam. Another important project to be inaugurated by the League is "Save Our Streams," which is sponsored by problems of litter in Elk. and on Highway No. 4 which parallels the river. The Department of Natural Resources cooperation will be sought for this program for the Elk River Valley and can be used on other rivers of the state. Other important matters to be discussed in detail are: new parks on the river, stricter law enforcement, and heavy pollution still entering the river from homes, plants, and raw sewage from the towns along Elk. The main soeaker for the meeting will be William Whisnand, Geologist of Charleston. Political candidates are welcomed to the meeting and will have the privilege of speaking at the conclusion of the business meeting. MAKE MONEY WORK If you don't need cash at once. why not transfer it from a checking to a savings account and earn some interest? And if your don't expect to use it in the near future, why not put it in a long-term, higher-interest form of savings? The Federal Deposit In- surance Corp. says the average balancep checking accounts is about $1.000. CHILD CARE COSTS The child-care tax deduction is a bonanza for many working parents. but don't forget that it was introduced to make it possible for parents to hold jobs. One recent claim for the deduction for nursery school costs was disallowed on the grounds that the child's attendance had nothing to do with the mother working - that he would have been in nursery school whether his mother worked or not. the Izaak Walton League in Wrong tax table cooperation with the League. Elk River has been "adopted" as a "perpetual ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: care"shirleyriverMullins.Under thiSsecretaryprogram.of MrS.the dd:w rphlnd m League will coordinate this program, lV|tilJ =vw=== I I with volunteers from the Herbert !i GOSPEL SING I Hoover and Clay High Schools. nrflcessIn00 i There will be a gospel sing at the Open Door _n Monitors will monitor the river r-- -- O ! : Chapel, Hazelgreen, W. Va., Ritchie County, Friday, I throughout the Summer on the Many area taxpayers have made March 26, 1976, at 7:30 p.m. The featured group will be I  an error than can add several days or I : J P_nulh rnllUl, v % even weeks to the processing of their I "The Choralaires of Parkersburg, W. Va. The Open I / glLMrK t, UURIIr 7 tax returns. This means that any I I AIIPI'IPt&I aRtI ] refund due the taxpayer is also Door Chapel is located between Spruce Creek and . j AULIIUH AKII J delayed for several extra days or I Burnt House, 12 miles from the Gilmer County line off I " / weeks I r He " Route 47 towards Hazelgreen. 'f you r m a real Too Town III The error is in using the wrong tax ! J , .,, [ table to compute the amount of tax I '=blessing and have a need from God, come out. Any I | Ulefl111e J due. There are twelve tax tables, each qnquiries should be directed to the Rev. Gerland Epling ; J We ll nnf;n,cJc n,tm n,J : numbered according to the number of 9,t78t  ,,StySyOCP lL-rrlN. ........ ,   - , Il. , ,'*H:,. '''-'' -*'. ] exemption claimed. In looking down I useo rnercnanoise C th " -  I | U! .... J the olumn to find e raceme range, . I Consignments accepted at] some taxpayers overlook the fact that i Psalms 98:4-5 Make a joyful noise unto the Lord, I I 5:30 p.m. on Monday. J they have moved from one table to !all the earth: make a loud noise, and rejoice, and sing B / / another. Thus the tax figure they Fred I praise. Sing unto the Lord with the harp; with the harp, B [ SALES $1rMIT b.$0 P.M. J is incorrect. The computer cannot J J treat this as a mathematical error and and the voice of a psalm. I i DIIDI' Ill1'tUII / correct it. An IRS employee has to get =-" i av,=ui . Di,nim | the return, find and correct the error, I / " "i I and send the return to be reprocessed. nuc! oneer The large number of these errors is creating a backlog of work and this HOURS 12 til 6 Sunday 10 til 8 Daily Sale ends April 17, 1976 $ [Jfmve up to $2.00 on these l great Playtex styles! SAVE $1.50 WHEN YOU BUY TWO CROSS YOUR HEART BRAS #36 Lightweight Cotton bra - stretch straps Reg. $4.95 each Now 2 for $8.40 #173 Stretch bra- cotton and lace cups Reg $5.50* each Now 2 for $9.50" SOFT SIDER BRAS #961 Fiber/ill - Reg. $5.95 each Now 2 for $10.40 SAVE $1.00 ON THESE CROSS YOUR HEART* BRAS- #35 Lightweight Cotton bra Reg. $3.95 each Now 2 for $6.90 D Cups 2 for $8.90 #73 Fiber/ill Stretch bra - lace cups Reg. $6.50 Now only $5.50 SAVE $1.00 ON THESE SUPPORT CAN BE BEAUTIFUL* BRAS #100 Tricot lined nylon Crepeset CuDs Reg $ 7 50..', Now only $6.50: #102 Proportioned Fbedill CuDs Reg. $7.95* Now only $6.95* SAVE $1.00 ON THESE LIVING STRETCH BRAS #179 Rigid StralDs Reg. $5.95" Now only $4.95* #159 Lace Cups Reg. $6.50* Now only $5.50* *D Cug and DO CUPS $100 More " O Cups $100 More and DO Cups $145 More WEST SECOND ST. THE WESTON, WV  STORES delays the refund process. Taxpayers are urge to be particularly careful to use the correct table when computing their tax. Other errors can have similar results - delays in processing delay the refund. Many taxpayers who have established Individual Retirement Accounts are not signing Form 5329 or attaching Form 5498 (copy 3) as required. Low-income taxpayers ap- parently eligible for the Earned Income Credit are not claiming it. All taxpayers who earned less than $8000 last year and who provided a home for a dependent child should check their tax instruction booklet to see if they are eligible for the Earned Income Credit. Some final hints: make sure math is accurate: names, address, and Social Security numbers are correctly listed: all W-2's and other supporting forms are attached: and the return is signed. Call the IRS toll-free at 1-800-642-1931 if additional informa- tion is needed. " $1500 AYear .0. From Federal " Gross Income If you are working but not covered by a pension plan : you may be able to use up to $1,500 a year to set up  your own retirement fund : on a tax deductible basis, i Call or write. : , HUNTER B. BEALI.. IR. 813 (;raod (hmtral Avenue Vic, llna. VV,Va. 261(15 Office: 13041 295-451 : Resl(h',m:e [,1041295-5353 - M000000olita. Life. : dl futur00 is now : Metropolitan Life, New York, N.Y. : Social Security card a must tlousewives, students, and other people who plan to et a summer lob should apply now for a social security number if they don't have one. according to V.T. Handley, social security district manager in Clerks- burg. "You should apply for your number several weeks before you need it for a job covered by social security," Handley said. "Applications must be screened against central files in Baltimore to make sure that a second number isn't issued to that same person. Screening generally takes several weeks." More than nine out of ten jobs are covered by social security. "Your social security number is yours alone and remains the same for life." "A worker builds retirement, disability, survivors, and Medicare proh,:thm by credited Io his social So when you get social security, be (:o|)ies your correctly from card to his People can get applying for a soci by calling, social security for a social first time may be age, identity, and "If you've lost card, you can get contacting any Handley said. faster if you've kept with your social The office is at 722 phone number is by Nedra Alltop Miss Alison Lowe, daughter of the Elyria Memorial Jack and Leona Lowe of N'ormantown, Ohio. visited friends in Williamstown this Roger Smith past weekend, the Grafton, Ohio Kent Walker, grandson of Mr, and and friends this Mrs. Hoke Williams of Normaniown, came down for has been visiting his grandparents for contest in Glenville the past few days. He has returned to Midland, Texas. Mrs. Olga James still remains in the hospital though she is showing some improvement. Mr. Harley Alltop from Grafton, Ohio has been visiting relatives in the Normantown area. Mr, and Mrs. Ed Cumpston and Brad visited Mr. and Mrs. Clavel James this past weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Chadwell and family visited relatives in Cleveland, Ohio this past weekend. Mr. Howard Osborne, formerly from this community, is hospitalized in l Se00r00! Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday -- 9 Wednesday, Saturday - 9 to 1 p,m. Check Sears Pric .es,.on Roto-Sl Lawn Mowers Et R=dlngLawn Phone 462-7939 -- 462-84 A u t hori:ed I I I I ' ears ' CATAI,OG SAI,ES MIRC OW I I D AND OPERATED BY III PRICE RAISE The beauty shops are fighting a losing rising supplies and utility bills. We are bein raise our prices in order to continue serving to be as fair as possible to the public, and we treated accordingly. The following beauty honor all senior citizens presenting a senior Because of their fixed income they will be discount on the dollar on shampoos and sets. go into effect April 1, 1976. 4.00 ShampooEr Set 2.50 Hair Cut GLENVILLE BEAUTY SALONS Colleen's Beauty Shop Fig's Beamy Shop TROY BEAUTY Ruby's Beauty Shop Ladies Choice Modern Beauty Salon KAPLAN'S SUIT CLUB STARTS April 3.rd Pays Out Just In T=me For Full & KAPLAN00S, I 165 Main Jkve. WESTON, W.VA. YOUR LEADING CLOTHIER FOR 76