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observe 605 anniversary Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Turner A. L. Turner of honored on the sixtie wedding house at the on Sunday, to 4:00 p.m. in Oakland, 1916. Mr. Turner and Martha Turner is the daughter of Alice Kuhl. They are the parents of 6 sons and 3 daughters: Harold, of Letter Gap: Harper of Elyria, Ohio: Hayward of Loraine, Ohio: Hobert of Buckhannon: Harless of G!enville: Heryl of Parkersburg; Mabel Lazzell of Parkersburg, Mayme of Glenville and Martha deceased. All friends and relatives are invited to attend the reception hosted by the children. The couple request the omission of "gifts. And now a word about this years' seed catalogs -- gorgeous as always, and great late Winter reading for gardening fans. Get one or several and curl up for an evening of reading that treats the eyes and senses and transports you to a greener world. Not only are the colors super smashing, the flowers better and the vegetables bigger than ever, but the catalogs offer much in the way of useful information. Many carry details on planting and harvesting, advice on how to plot a plot, and what to plant with what. They're a marketplace for tools and new and easy ways to put the garden in and take maximum yield out. Most books feature the All-American winners and for these, the Bi- Centennial year had to offer some challenge to the judges. Over 40 years ago, hybrid growers who had been in- volved in this fascinating agricultural aspect since it began, started testing growth of the same kinds of flowers and vegetables in different locations. They planted at ap- proximately the same time and compared notes on durability and hardiness. Today, there are 55 all-America trial gardens throughout the U. Mexico and Canada. There are also 60 public display gardens showing the most popular and winning strains. These range in climate from Northern Alaska's cold to almost tropical growing conditions in New Zealand. When you purchase an All-America seed, or plants grown from it, you can be sure of one thing -- it's been tested. Some of the winners are bound to be right for you and your own Spirit of '76 garden. WHAT'S NEW in lawn and garden care for '76? The new edition of the Lawn and Garden Book, which has been regionalized to account for different growing conditions around the country, is yours for free. Just send a post card to: Lawn and Garden, JOLLY GREEN THUMB, c/o this newspaper. (Suburban Features) i. i ii INTEREST ON TAXES DROPS The interest rate the Treasury Department charges on unpaid taxes (and pays on late refunds) drops back on February firsL from nine percent to seven percent. e rate is based on the prime rate charged by banks, but: no matter what happens to the prime, the Treasury rate won't' change again  before February, 1978. ces funds for community improvement State Director Administration, his agency has far this fiscal system. Stated that he $7-8 million in remainder of "Communities that organize and work tnward the common goal of a public water system will receive technical guidance from the county office staffs of the FmHA." stressed Lambert. "Our men and women ure in the field to help families and communities to help themselves." As funds are appropriated, according to Lambert. those communi- ties which are ready, receive priority in financing for their projects. The increase in demand for rural water and sewer works is exceeding our funding levels, said Lambert. "The job can and must be done. but it will talm a fuller commitment of lending the general strengthening of the education system, claimed Lambert. In all. FmHA has financed 150 Your Home Improvements Storm Doors, aluminum or white finish with Safety Glass Storm Windows, aluminum or white finish. Awnings, eight colors, any size FREE ESTIMATES MADE AT YOUR HOME Write ARLIE AYERS or kENNETH WHIPKEY . Grantsville, VVV* March 25, 1976 'l'h,, (,h;nville Democrat/Pathfinder 11 Gilmerschools cited for conservation The West Virginia Board of Education has made state awards to fiw; county school systems for having outstanding programs of energy conserwdion anti has nominated them for c{msideration for possible national awards. They are (;ilmer. Jefferson, Kanawha, Mercer and Ohio t,ountins. according to State Superintendent of Schools Daniel B. Taylor. The Gilmer County Board of Education has established a plan wher,',bV savings resulting trom energy conservation efforts at the various county schools are allocated to tim: respective schools to be used tO ' imDrove the learning-teaching process: Cycle Motor Cross March 28 Startin! Time 1 p.m. All Classes Guaranteed 4 Trophies Per Class ALMOST HEAVEN MOTOR CYCLE TRACK BALDWIN Quality Shoe Care Products If You Love Your Feet, You'll Take Care Of Your Shoes. All Types of Soles Et Heels for Workingmen FREE Shine With Every Sole or Heel Job Harness Leather and Hardware Heels While-U-Wait Custom Leather Work U pon Request All Work Guaranteed and Reasonably Priced public water systems, 23 community sewer /titrcs ar ac0sI oi .t}u.aztLuzu. : l Gilmer Shoe Et Harness Repair 215 S. Lewis St. Glenville Convenient Free Parking Just  River Bridge " At The Foot Of TOwn Hill l Send in your reneys  ' 0 promptly, subscription I William Hunt, Inc. I I REALTORS 1 I I 73 OLDS 98 4D, t.t. full I)ower, o c, v.roof, 43,000 miles, one OWl@ r QUALITY AUTO SALE Rt. 33 & 119 East Glenville 402-8390 totaling made to 21 the State. Ten $2,991,000 is involved in projects. In Develop- authority to alleviate the persistent Department of water problems and to serve new, 1 Office 364-8365 Or 364-5547 Development. growing.areas." ,... .Evenings Call: Commission, West Virginia needs more '8 and Environ-commun,ty water and sewer fac,ht,es I" __ _W l ! aey funds have to complement our new highways and . A. B. Stewart 364-2431 William Hunt 765-2401 Wendell Hay 765-5164 these facilities, aalPretoWaterapproxi.r , Old Time I ld In 40 Day / [ Ple,attractiveare ruralthe t   Prices , l " So 8!!! " g.mbe,.an, =,., "a.m.,. Are Back. ! ' 30aeras'WelfRoutenearSutton'withaonestory'6roomheuse'Abeut 180acrespen' |  I I balance In timber, almost an tractor land, 4 Improved springs, 50 x 150 pond, peach, apple I IS based on the i Sewer services. To Celebrate i I I house, barn, chicken house, garages, main barn with 2 shedst and 3 additional sheds. I I and pear trees. Good boundary fence and cross fences. Buildings include cellar, cellar | amflies and  !le rural areas Want Ad Week /,  I House is in excellent shape, with block oundation, aluminum siding, oil forced air furnace, I ,o ,vo I t about the ./ , I  I I I The Glenville !1 ', .... your friends, confound your enemies. Live in downtown Cat Heaven. I "i; ) -' 'l ,wo._.o,,. , ,.d--. ., =d ,o --, . mo00". --.. | now i to offer an OLD TIME SAVINGS on i I Classified Ads. For Deal at $899. the month of April :,,  I 'off planning : "Ping it will =tself. happen to ' SOon about disabil- e, and other have to s finan- Ve do care 295-5353 L 2 cents / word 50 cents minimum on all ads placed on" the coupon below. This price effective on 3 terms. [11 Ad must run at_least 3 weeks [21 Discount good only for April [3] Ad I must be prepaid [no refunds] mmmmnmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm Name Address To run Ad weeks[Ad must run at least 3 weeks . remit minimum payment of .50 per week or Sl.50l 1' , Duck- 213 acre farm,  11 i. ::::::::::::::::::::::: I ,.,c. Kua - 247 acres, $125. acre.  '" I 22 acres, Burnsvllle, ,. . 40 acres, Burnsvllle, $11,4). Always a worthwhile investment = [ Stop Or Call I For FREE Brochure , I ......... I " IIIIIIIIIIIIIIaIIaIIII I -I  i \