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4 The Glenvtlle Democrat/l?athfinder July 29, 1976 Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Joe Smith Newlon and Smith have lawn wedding The home of Charles and Wilda Jenkins of 1987 East Capel Road, Columbia Station, Ohio, was the setting for the beautiful lawn wedding of Jo Ann Newlon and Bobby Joe Smith on July 17, at 2:00 p.m. Eld. Charles Fisher, pastor of Mt. Pisgah Baptist Church of Grafton, performed the double ring ceremony. Wedding music was provided by Mrs. Connie Kay Turner, cousin of the bride. Given in marriage by her father, Woodrow Newlon, the bride wore a floor length gown of dacron trimmed in white lace, with chiffon sleeves and a jewel neckline with a bufont skirt. For her head dress she chose a ANNUAL CLASS A HORSE SHOW Sat., 31 12:30 & 7 p.m. Sun., August 1:00 p.m. of profit re,rained to invest in new facilities to provtde for the growth that is place, tions, sul,stations, and pole lines, in past years the se "internally generated" funds covered a bout 50% of our new construction needs. Today, our profits are only sufficient to financ, e some 30% of the new facilities. The balal)ce must be obtained by "borrow- ing," chhsfiy through the sale of long-term bonds, on which today a high interest rate must be, oaid; and through the sale of stock. 53 CLASSES Refreshments & Dinners Served Blue Grass Ridin! Club Tuckers Run Road Spencer, W. Va. |1 nmmn n  libra n Straight Answers From Your Power Company : : :  :::i:;;- (2) Dividends: This is the other portion of :ii ,: i: ' :!i , profit, divided among the stockholders as a i: !i !ii ': " return on the savings they chose to invest in  /::ii  This is one in a series our business. Investors are free to place  i if: of replies to questions be- their money wherever they choose--in our   ::: lng asked by our custo- business, in other businesses, in govern-  ii:i mers. ment securities, orin savings accounts. But in Answering is Don Hol- wherever they place it, they demand and  len, Exnve Vice Presi- deserve a return on their investment. If we  :'!i.!::;: dent ano eneral mane- . • ;; • :. _ are to be able to continue to buold the facH- 4  ..... !   ger of the Company. • • ............ ities whoch will be needed on the future, we must have their investment; but if we could not pay a reasonable return, the investors most certainly would put their money some- place else Where do all of • Monongahela--s profits go? Monongahela is one of three companies comprising Allegheny Power System. "Ownership" is by the more than 65,000 ANSWER: , APS common stockholders. All of Monongahela s profits! We could sleep better at night if we could make Here s how the stockholder list breaks enough profit to be sure we will be able to down: pay for the power stations and other things -- 31% are located in the states we serve needed to provide enough electricity to --36%arewomen serve all our customers in the next few --More than 80% own fewer than 500 years, shares --More than one-fourth own fewer than Profit is really used for only two things. 100 shares Let me explain briefly: It is easy to see that the list includes (1) Retained earnings: This is the portion many, many ordinary people just like the rt re,taine to i "eat in n w facilities rest of us. But it also includes institutions ,ide for he g, )wth th, t is taking and companies such as your insurance facilities such as new power sta- company or your pension fund; so even if ale li reg. In past you are not a direct stockholder, it is likely 7enen ted' funds that you are beneficially involved by such newt onstruction things as investment of your insurance reon 'y sufficient premiums or pension fund 1 American 'he ne w facilities, business. fined )y "borrow- , sale  f long-term That s where all of Monongahela s profits high  terest rate go--to make it possible for us to continue the s le of stock, to provide electricity, now and in the future. Monongahela Power B'I& Part of the Allegheny Power System , white lace wide-brim hat. She carried a bridal bouquet of yellow roses and daisies on white lace and white satin streamers tied in love knots. For something borrowed she wore a diamond cluster ring which belonged to her sister, Mrs. Janet Wilfong of Niagara Falls, New York. Mrs. June Brandon, sister of the bride, was matron of honor, and she chose a floor length gown of yellow dacron trimmed in white lace. Her bouquet was of yellow roses and daisies on white lace with yellow satin streamers tied in love knots. The best man was Michel Smith of LaGrange, Ohio, brother of the groom. Miss Lisa Frame greeted and registered guests. She is also a cousin of the bride. The lawn was decorated with white swans and yellow mums. A RECEPTION was held im- mediately following the wedding at the Jenkins home. The table was decorated with a beautiful cen- terpiece made up of yellow roses, daisies, yellow gladioluses and a miniature bride and groom, and a three tiered wedding cake topped with wedding bells. Serving the bride's table was a sister of the bride, Mrs. Janet Wilfong, and a sister-in-law of the groom, Mrs. Linda Smith. The wedding cake was cut and served by the groom's mother, Mrs. Maxine Smith. The bride is the daughter of Mr. Woodrow Newlon of Niagara Falls, New York, and Mrs. Stella Newlon of Sutton, West Virginia. The bride is a graduate of Gilmer County High School, and majored in Business Education at Glenville State College. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Walker Smith of Whitehead Road, LaGrange, Ohio, and the grandson of Mrs. Edna Smith and the late Graver Smith of Glenville. The groom is a graduate of Keystone High School and is presently employed at Modern Tool and Die Co., Inc., of Valley City, Ohio. A bridal shower was given by Mrs. Charles Jenkins, cousin of the bride. Lamb, Jones to wed Deirta Lamb Mrs. announces of her Michael JoneS, i Kenneth Miss Lewis County | Mr. Gilmer Glenville State An open held on Grove A church News For Veterans Q - How were veterans' benefits affected by President Ford's proclama- tion ending the Vietnam Era on May 7, ONE 1975? A - Potential eligibility for persons entering service after May 7, 1975. was terminated for such wartime benefits as nonservice-connected disability pensions for veterans, burial allowances and nonservice-connected death pensions for widows and surviving children of veterans. Unaffected was GI Bill educational training, for which eligibility is linked to service dates established by Congress. GI home loan benefits also were unaffected. Q- I am a veteran enrolled in on approved adult ed=aton ou.e to MOBILE obtain a high school diploma. May I receive tutorial assistance? A - No. A veteran pursuing a Rt. 41 post-secondary education program on a half-time or more basis at an educational institution may receive tutorial assistance. A high school 'Opposite program is not considered post-se- condary education. SPURGEON Glenville, W. Va. L ICENSED MOR TICIA N J.J. Spurgeon, Pres. lillnulllllill FIND YOUR PRICE UNDER THE C.B. "s Radio's After a short honeymoon 4rip Stereo's through the southern states they will Sconner's m "reside at Oberlin Road in Elyria, Ta-e R r " -- p ecoraer's _ . Ohio. . -- , _ ccessories • Non s c Festnval honors black folkways P'O' B°x16penMo n throughsotWes::'2 ', A unique festival honoring Black " ' "'., Applachian culture will be held Aug. IniHmHi mnmm innmmiimmi 27-29 at 4-H Camp Virgil Tate near 'mHHHnmimiHmiliii p Charleston. u The John Henry Folk Festival is a m FORMICA LARGE RF/I=P.TIt3N' presentation of the unique styles of • .......... -- ....... ., authentic country blues musicians and • UUSTOM FORMICA TOPS - VANt traditional gospel music. I MARBLE TOPS - CORIAN BY DU "The festival is about preserving • KITCHEN glNKR &// IlNrtc the Black Appalachian culture," • ,-^,,,,--,-^ -- .--- - -.-__..,._.,,._,...v, ru t,,c:n uI=UUHP, IIVE BRIL;I stated Edward J. Campbell, director of n - -€ the non-profit John Henry Memorial m 7 STYLES OF KITCHEN CABINEI= Foundation, Inc. "We're attempting to U deal with our heritage to project a •., positive image about our culture and • SEE OUR KITCHEN DISPI let others know what happens to i FREE KITCHEN PLANNING-INSTALL Blacks in the mountains." a IdlTPIMI:IM nJn A/E Various contests, arts and crafts, u ............. '-" '-''-- " theatre presentations and workshops • are also planned, i OPEN 8 AM - 8 PM Johnny Shines, a delta blues • singer from Holt, Ala., will be joined by I bottleneck guitarist Rev. Pearly Brown • IUIATU IC IlVWO V ITPI ofAmericus, Ga. andharpist, Rev. Dan • IVIdP' I II1[-..111 O Ill/' Smith. "Mama Bessie Jones. a a ........ singer/folklorist, will contribute addit-  [t _ [m" . ddLlP _1 ional songs and children's games. Joe U • =.m v "-'w , • rows ," - Williams, who according to Cabell n A-., "vAA taught Bob Dylan his musical style, will m m m'l'}-'i also preform. .,...., linmm I -----,'-- ; rl lil ill ill IlliilO l Buy A Seat Dance | ' . I Proceeds for New Glenvdle Elementary Scl Gilmer Co. Recreation Center 1 I August 21, 1976 10 P,M. to I A. 1 I Donation $10:00 per couple I Mus,c By Don Bartlett and the Country Gentlemen aniiimmmiimmnmm