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Garden Patch Leslie Price Shaver I am returning to of garden catalogues. I it's because rm still receiving of them. They're too pretty away, but rd have to add room to my house to keep them. Besides, as rve told don't like the effect they have ~. They make me think I need f thousands of dollars worth of stuff. They make me think I buy an English manor house in order to be able to a gardener. They can me feel rather shabby about yard. But that's only for' a while; most of the time I ignore to share a pamphlet lursery in Kentucky that spe- in roses in the 1960's. It's One heavy sheet folded and on four sides. The paper is !and the print is black. Charles was the President of Ev- Inc., and he promises on to all his customers: INC. THE CUSTOMER IES FIRST AND CHAS. P. IS ALREADY TO AD- AND MAINTENANCE BEDS OUR SPECIALTY discount of 15 cents per plant three of a kind are purchased. April 10 all rose plants will be and a charge of 50 cents will to cover cost of the extra Pot and sterilized soil. PLANTS GUARANTEED TO ONCE AND BE TRUE. take it Chas. P. Dawson knew about roses than layouts and And I like the chatty style JSes to list his available rose ~s. Here's the 1963 list for Flor- ETTy PRIOR, one of the His descriptions make me want to purchase his roses. I think rm going nJngest singles in the world, to see if Rumba is still available any- the finest floribunda we where. Maybe having the wants is Irown here. my problem instead of the cata- a real good one, Iogues'fault. I, gold, orange color., FASHION, this has passed the million mark in sales. CONRAD HILTON, said to be absolutely black spot resistant. FASHIONETTE, a real good clear pink, very prolific. FARMERS WIFE, sunrise pink color, blooms from June on. FIRE KING, red clusters that will not quit, you must have. FLORADORA, an Did timer that is still liked. FUSILIER, this one is a red the hot sun won't bother. GARNETTE, real good quality. GOLDEN GARNETTE, we waited years for this one. GOLDEN SLIPPERS, here it is, I will not try to tell you about it. IVORY FASHION, long, slender, very fragrant. LAFONTAINE, a newcomer that answers the need for a good yellow. LITTLE DARLING, you asked for it, here it is. MO PERKINS, this one will al- ways be a favorite, shell pink. MALIBU, very large bloom, you'll like it. MOONSPRITE, you've also asked about this one. PEACH GLOW, that just about describes it. PINK GARNETTE, good bloomer. POLKA, brand new. RUMBA, a mad riot of flashing, changing color. SARABANDE, one of the most talked about in years. SPARTAN, a million already sold. VOGUE, brick red, always good, best in fall, show quality. QUEENIE, here is the rose that everybody wanted last spring. I enjoy how he can be speech- less or carried away. I like his confi- dence and I also like it that Dawson isn't picky about alphabetical order. Democrat Trasurer's Seat Sou Marie Prezioso, a 37-year-old Charleston Democrat has an- nounced she is candidate for the nomination for State Treasurer in the May primary election. Ms Prezioso has been employed as an investment banker for the past six years since leaving State gov- ernment in 1984. While in State gov- ernment she served as.deputy com- missioner of Finance and Admini- stration for two years. She was ex- ecutive director of the West Virginia Municipal Bond Commission for three years. She also served as senior investment officer and acting director of investments in the State Treasurer's office for two years. In February 1989, she served on the Governor's Task Force for the West Virginia Board of Investments to make recommendations in regard to the State's investment policies. Ms Prezioso, a Marion County native, received both her B'~chelor of Science degree and Masters de- gree in Business Administration from West Virginia University. the West Virginia Young Democrats. She was first woman and first West Virginian to be elected National Young Democrats president. She also served as a member of the Democratic National Committee and presently serves as a member of the Democrat State Committee. Ms Prezioso said, "No state office deserved more credentials than State Treasurer. I believe that quali- fications, experience and integrity are the keys to restoring West Vir- ginians' trust in the people elected to public office. I plan to conduct an aggressive grassroots campaign. I will make extensive use of newspa- pers, television, and radio to present my qualifications and experience. I welcome the opportunity for the vot- ers to compare my background with any other candidate. I want to as- sure West Virginians that I will be a hands-on treasurer who will be per- sonally involved in all aspects of the job including prudent and profitable investment of the State's money." For additional background or She has also been in the leader- ship of the Democratic Party for the comment, please call Ms Prezioso at 346-1486 or write Marie Prezioso, past 12 years. She was the first P.O. Box 5224, Charleston 25361. woman elected state president of gisla__t ur____e [ likeThe Mountain Messenger.,, If you ee Med Care for Politicos Please thank 0ur advertisers i gency medical care is now Capitol Complex from 10 a.m. to 5 ; i . Your Su In Covington ,b The Mountain Messenger, Tuesday, January 30, 1990 9A Navy News Charley Workman Navy Petty Officer Third Class Charley W. Workman, son of Char- ley W. and Mona G. Workman of 135 Shoestring Trail, Clintonville, WV, recently returned from a six- month deployment to the Mediterra- nean Sea, while serving aboard the aircraft carrier USS America, out of Norfolk, Virginia. While deployed, workman partici- pated in various exercises including Display Determination-89, which was comprised of ~.t:~,~ and men from Belgium, Great Britain, Italy, Spain, Turkey, West Germany, and France. Workman also visited the ports of Benidorm, Spain; Palma de Mal- Iorca, Spain; Izmir, Turkey; Sin- gapore; Toulon, France; and Monte Carlo, Monaco. A 1987 graduate of Greenbrier East High School, Lewisburg, he joined the Navy in October 1987. David S. Meadows p.m., Monday through Friday Dur- ing the last two weeks of the ses- sion, services will expand to seven days a week. Dr Stephen L. Sebert, a family physician from Morgantown, was the session's first volunteer. Dr Sebert, a native of Fairlea, was welcomed January 10 by Senators George "Buffy" Warner, (R-Monongalia) and J. D. Brackenrich, (D-Greenbrier). at no cost to state person- visitors of the Capitol during Legislative Session. :~rding to Bill Ferrell, execu- of the West Virginia ter, American Academy of Physicians, 46 family practi- ,rs have volunteered their medi- ng the session. care, rotating on a basis, will be offered in the With this Coupon | I I I I White Sulphur Springs i Good thru Feb.28, 1990 MM J ~ Ilml Hill Imll mllll liD ~11 ~lB ~lB liD IBII lid IIB am= IBl ~ll lillB tab Moore's Laundromat 601 Big Draft Rd. Navy Seaman Recruit David S. Meadows, son of David H. and Son- dra S. Meadows of 409 Eleventh Street, Rainlie, has completed training at Recruit Training Com- mand, Great Lakes, Illinois. During Meadow's eight-week training cycle, he studied general military subjects designed to pre- pare him for further academic and on-the-job training in one of the Navy's 85 basic fields. Meadows' studies included sea- manship, close order drill, Naval his- tory and first aid. 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