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All Meat C }C bib i C Ib FRESH CUT UP Pael FResH'CUT UP ° m ½ gal 55c 's" " 6-1 6-1: 5 cans Sl°° oz cans OZ cans P K G YC P K G MAXWELL HOUSE I II 5 bag 59° 25 bag 2 loaf 95 J OZ :' 10 oz $'. tin tin 4:o 3 f G" 1½ [ bag Y t (½pt 21b! 49° 2.1 lb i 45 3! Sl°° BOTTLE A. J. PANCAKE SYRUP FREE i J P K G oz cans YOU Fi21ENDLY HOME- OWNED MAI~KET oz cans lion Evans Takes Over an elected officer of the Jeffer- Voted [September 23 in son Jaycees, chairman of the 1966 counted. AS Ch~ Of Mental Health Fund drive; solici- FROM PAGE--1 newl Even 6refer Red ted funds for the new civic center By approving the proposed and is acting as a divisional chair agreement, producers would ~0~ Blood l~0gram man for ,the upcoming Girl Scout authorize deductions from pay- fund drive, ments of up to 114 cents a pound • At the August 18, 1966 Blood- In accepting the chairmanship on shorn wool ana 7½ cents a of the local Red Cross Blood Pro- hundredweight on unshorn lambs roobile, a new BlooO Program gram, Evans said, "I am deeply compared with 1 cent and 5 cen.ts Chairlv.an assumed his new dut- honored that you considered me in the past. The higher deduct- i~s. He is Ronald L. Evans, and he succeeds Roger Ramey. capable of handling this program ions, recommended by most of which is so very vita~l to our corn the State and regional member • Mr. Evans lives at Jefferson munity. I sincerely hope that I organizations of ASPC, would fi- order to be J followed by the Korean War, and so it was not until five years ago, that he was able to begin to implement this progress pro- gram. For the past 25 years Pew- FROM PAGE 1-A ha.tan's expansion program has in the offices of Powhatan Brass. not been able to keep up with in production for three fields of fire-prevention and fire-fighting equipment, will move into the lead in the municipal field with the increased production the new foundry addition will provide, Mr. Reininger said. For some SPIRIT OF JEFFERSON FARMEBS ADVOCATE TH[RSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1966 oma:ed, it will also mean the em- board of directors of plo)ment of more people in other Sprinkler Corporation; and departmen, ts of the plant because Henry J. Knippenberg, of the increase in production in member of the board of This meeting will mark the first the company's expanding sales, time now Powhatan has been one th~ foundry, Reininger sta, ted. of corporate planning; time c(nnpany officials have ever Reininger declared. And during of the largest and most stable t~ecently a program of hiring Eisley, a representative met a,t any of it's subsidiary di- the past five years, Powhatan has influences on the economy of the w~men in the production depart- Robert L Bliss Company; had to farm out to other compan- community, the county and the rrents of the plant was started, Zabeau, a representative i visions. All but three members of ies in Pennsylvania and Virginia, section. And this latest move by Eeininger ~aid, and it is proving Economic Development ) the board were present for the a lot of it s pattern castings, Rein- Automatic Sprinkler to once a- to be a very satisfactory move. istration of West Virginia; meeting. inger said. But with completion gain expand the Powhatan facil- Others who made brief remarks Taylor and Baxter Brown, Village with his wife, Mary, and will be able to do one half the nance moderately expanded pro- Reininger, who preslded for of this addition to ihe Foundry, ities, plus the recently announced on the luncheon program were: State Fire Marshall; Roger ~th~ir two children, Scott and Kim job that has been done over the motion programs for both wool both the dinner and the ground- PovJhatan will, in the future, be plans for the Badger Company ex- Attorney Lacy I. Rice, of Martins- tams, director of the Appal~ berley, breaking festivities, said about able to do all of it's own castings pansion, shows not only real con- burg; Lou Miles, West Virginia Development program; L~ He is employed as Secretary- past five years by my good friend and lamb. 25 years ago, when he realized and will also be able to compete fidence in the future of the two~ State Fire Marshall; Lou Barker, Rice, Jr., of Martinsburg; 1 Roger Ramey. I carl only say that The Chairman s,~id that ballets the unlimited industrial pros- on a strong basis for business in companies located in Ranson, but State Labor Commissioner, who Woodford, President of the A~sistant Treasurer at Hal,ltown I will do the best I can, that I are being mailed to all known pects and potentials in the fire- any of the world markets, Reinin- also in Jefferson County• represented West Virginia s Gov- erson County Chamber of Paperboard Company and has Will be more than happy to visit wool and lamb producers by the prevention and fire-fighting ger declared. Powhatan has, down througl ernor Hulett Smith. merce and also the Charles '. beenEvanswithisthea graduatefirm for off°UrMarttns-years w.ithizationsanYtoandexplainall groUpSour bleeder organ-pro, countyASPC coun¢Ywhereofficethe servingproducer,sthe fields he drew up a long-range Today Powhatan produces more the years, had the reputation tf Other special guests and corn- Kiwanis Club; John Howard, .burg High School and Shepherd gram and why it is ~ vital to our farm or ranch headquarters is blueprint for progress for Pew- brass goods than any other in- never closing down, except fir puny officials introduced were: president of Badger Fire :College and has completed a~ community and that I am looking located, and this county office hatan. The plan he envisioned dustry in this field, and with the Sundays and holidays and today S. i~.Minghini and his son, Bruce, uisher Company; Roy Steely,~ enlistment in the U. S, Navy., forward to being ca.lied upon to is ,~here the ballots should be would one day make Powhatan growing demands for even more the company's production is at Martinsburg contractors; Dale S. pres,ident and general ~lnee coming to Charles Town. help any family, individual or cast. Ballets may be ma,iled to one of the top industrial leaders fire-prevention and fire-fighting an all-time peak. Coenen, E. Mandell deWindt, Dixie-Narco Company; T. A !he has bCtl~.~ctive, in.a number organization who-is in need of the• counW office or delivered in in the nation, and the world, in equipment, we will be able to'ac- While the addition to the lew Jack O. Doerge, Donald C. Set- cry, superh~tendertt of of communi.ty activities, including the program's a, ssistance, person as they are received; they the field of fire-prevention and cept this challenge, Reininger foundry will mean the employ- bert, George R. Herzog, L. A. County Schools, and J. W. recruiter for the Red should reach the office not later fire-fighting equipment. But stated• [ment of less men in this delart- Harthun, James J. Gilligan and )resider~t of the Bank of TO CHURCH the close business then Wa~ II came the merit of L.J. members of the