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weddinl( plans set Barbara Walko wed to Ellyson of Larry Norman will serve his Barbara Ann Walko became the 3unce the brother as best man. Assisting as bride of Dennis Wayne Reed on July 3 of their only ushers will be Stephen Ellyson, brother in a garden wedding at the home of the to GaryWayne of the bride, Tim McCartney, and bride, lev. Ronald Boldman of Dthe son of Mr. William Igo. Wellington, Ohio Congregational man of Letter Both Kimbra and Gary are 1973 Church officiated. Gilmer County High School graduates. The bride is the daughter of Mr. l as her matron Miss Ellyson is a graduate of Glenville and Mrs. Andrew Walko, RD 2, Iyson, sister-in- State College, majoring in elementary Wellington, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. attendents will education, and is employed by the Wilbert Reed, 16804 Indian Hollow Rd., Mrs. Marybeth Calhoun County School System. Mr. Grafton, Ohio are the bridegroom's idesmaids, Miss Norman is a Biology major at Glenville parents. ns of the bride, State College. Attending her sister as matron of and Matthew The wedding will be held Aug. 14 honor was Mrs. Andrew Eppley. Amy as flower girl and at the Glenville Trinity United Byars served as bridesmaid. Methodist Church at 6:30 p.m. A lawn Roger Reed was best man for his FABRICS prices" IST 6:00 reception will follow at the home of the bride's parents, at 34 Vanhorn Drive, Glenville. The gracious custom of open church will be observed. Gary and Kim hope all their friends and loved ones will share in the ceremony and the fellowship following. jCoples of each week's Glenvlile Democrat are available at Community Super Market, Sum- mers Pharmacy, The Grin, Conrad's Motel, GSC Bookstore, Pioneer Grocery, Superette, Go-Mart Food Store, The Towne Bookstore, and Gilmer Graphics, Inc.. brother. Danny Seres ushered guests. The couple wrote their own vows. The wedding cake was made by Mrs. Wands Lyndes, the bride's aunt and Deana Williams marries Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Williams of Glenville wish to announce the marriage of their daughter, Deana Lanette, to Glenn David Pohl of Palms, Michigan. The marriage was performed on July 24, at 2 p.m. by Pastor Robert Wendland in the Bethany Evangelical Reed, Smith wed Answers YOur Power Company ser/es eusto- Is Les People now conserving en- predict that more elec- in the future? inly not promoting the in- electricity, but even with needs continue to in- Monongahela's residential percent more kilowatt- and commercial custo- Y 11 percent more -- appar- a long-term upward trend in 1974. it has been estimated that Years the number of U.S. Increase by as much as 34 the labor force will go up the number of consumers in home-buying 25-34 age I percent. the job-producing indus- establishments to will require more elec- use today. Environmental to cope with increased al growth, will use As other forms of energy for electricity as a re- rcrease. generating capacity for must also provide for the of tomorrow. If we can snt earnings to stay on Struction of our Pleasants we should be able to Miss Reta Faye Reed, daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Wilbert A. Reed of 16806 Indian Hollow Rd., Grafton, Ohio and Oran Bradley Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walker E. Smith, Whitehead Rd. Lagrange, Ohio were married June 19, 1976 in the Mt. Pisgah Baptist Church, Grafton, Miss Reed's and Mr. Smith's parents are former residents of Gilmer Co., W.Va. Eld. Charles E. Fisher, cousin of the groom officiated and organist was Mrs. Marvin Reed, cousin of the bride. The bride was given in marriage by her parents. She carried a handker- chief given to her by her mother. Mrs. Tim Dobbins, sister of the bride was matron of honor. Burl Fisher, cousin of the groom served as best man. Ushers were Dennis Reed, brother of the bride, Bobby Joe Smith and Calvin Smith, groom's brothers. Guests register was Pauletta Reed, the bride's sister. Low income tax credl stiff available Although the April 15 deadline for filing Federal income tax returns is past, certain low-income individuals who didn't file tax returns can still receive up to $400 from the government by filing a return at this late date, according to the Internal Revenue Service. The $400 piment is the maximum provided under an "Earned Income Credit" established by Congress. The credit can only be paid to those filing income tax returns, even though they would not otherwise be required to file a return because their earnings are so low. To qualify for the credit, workers must have received less than $8,000 in total income from all sources in 1975-includlng wages, salary, tips, or other employee compensation. Ad- ditionally, the individuals must have paid more than half the cost of maintaining a home for themselves and at least one dependent child for the entire year. The dependent child must be younger than 19 years old, or a full-time student. Those qualifying for the credit who had total income of $4,000 or less would receive a check for ten per cent projected needs into of their earned income, up to the maximum of $400. The amount of the credit is reduced when income from all Years to plan, finance and sources runs between $4,000 and r station. To be prepared $8,ooo.,. ......... lie ,, .... 6 .i ......... lnGIVIQUalS wno oelieve tney may 3alillWf, [:;/?Lyltl.?.,wh: qualify for the credit, but who haven't .....  .... uo ,,,=,= ,.,,,..,, Filed an income tax return this year, should call the Internal Revenue Service at 1-800-642o1931 (toll-free) or visit the nearest IRE office. ela Power Voter reo-t-ation for this year's Of the Allegheny Power System Genera] :Teclon closes Ll;er 1. , Is Please register--your country : .... needs you! ! THANK YOU :st I, 1976, I retired from the insurance business. I i p this opportunity to express my thanks and , ,tn to each of you who have been my ers throughout the past 28 years. Your { ) and business has been greatly appreciated. Now i business has terminated, I sincerely hope the Will continue. , Ve Truly Yours JAMES S. JIM SINGLETON August 5, 1976 The Glenville Democrat/Pathfinder 11 Dennis W. Reed .----.-- _ was cut and served with wedding cake === knife of the bride's grandmother. i A reception was held at the bride's home immediately following the ceremony. The guest book was attended by Pau]etta Reed, the bridegroom's sister. The bride is a 1976 graduate of Keystone High School, from which her husband was graduated in 1975. He is employed by the Grafton Sparkle Showers were given by Andrea Epplmy and Ramona Dobbins, the bridegroom's sister and by employees of Sparkle Market. Following a wedding trip to the western states, the couple will be at home at 175V2 Ridge St. Michipn man Lutheran Church in North Fort Myers, Fla. The bride is a 1976 graduate of Gilmer County High School. The groom is a 1974 graduate of Deckerville Community High School in Michigan. After a brief visit at the home of the bride's parents in Glenville, the couple are at home in Palms, Michigan. Following a reception at the West Carlisle School, the couple left on a wedding trip to Niagara Falls, Canada and Hostesses at the reception were Miss Nedra Alltop, Mrs. Roger Reed, Mrs. Donald Miller and Mrs. Marvin Reed. The bride is a 1976 graduate of Keystone High School and the groom is a 1972 graduate of Keystone High School. He is employed at the General Plug Manufacturing Co. Grafton, OH. A shower was given by the matron of honor, Mrs. Tim Dobbins. The bride is the granddaughter of Mrs. A.S. Reed, of Normantown and the groom is the grandson of Mrs. "Edna Smith of Glenville. Tax representatke 8x10 Color Portrait only88 (Formerly Neon J unction) Located on Rt. 33 Et 119 Approximately 5 miles from Glenville at Baldwin Open Daily 11:00 A.M. till 2:00 A.M. Sundays - 1 P.M. till 2:00 A.M. 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