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Begins On Powhatan's New Foundry ii Webb and family, Mr. and Mr, .'days wiflt hi. parent , Mr. and David Webb and daughter Debo- Mrs. Martin Glaize. rah, enjoyed a picnic in the yard Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Snyder at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mar- and children, Floyd Lee, I,orrie via Walters, Pleasant Valley, and Norman were overnight Md., Sunday. guests Saturday of Mrs. Snyder's Mr. and Mrs. Willard Small- brother-in-law and sister, Mr, and wood returned home after a visit Mrs. Ray Grey in Berkeley to their son and family, Mr. and Springs. They enjoyed a picnic Mrs. Bill Smallwood, in Loveland, at Cacapon Park there on Sun- Ohio. i day Mr. and Mrs. Richard Stickles~ Mrs. Bertha Simons has been and family were last Sunday nursing on a private case in guests of Mrs. Louis Bentz. King's Daughters' Ilospital for Mr. tIarry Swope, tierndon, the last two weeks from 3 to 11. Va., and Mr. Louis Swope of Boll- Mrs. Nora Steward, Martins- var, recently visited Mr. Arthur burg, visited her sister, Mrs. Er- Webb, who has been quite ill for nest Simons, Tuesday. She has three past months with the shin- been quite ill for several days. Mrs. Nell Meade, Arlington, gles. We wish him a speedy re- Va., spent the weekend with her cove~'. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent McDowell daughter, Mrs. Phyllis Kilmer. and daughter, of Washington, D. C., visited Mrs. William McDowt ~a ell. Mrs Donald Webb and' 1111,, Mr. and .. daughter Deborah and Miss Eliza- TO Hews! beth Webb spent Sunday at the new park (Cool Font) in Berke-' ley Springs, and enjoyed a picnic there. Mr. Bill Bentz spent: the week- Newspapers have been getting end with his mother, Mrs. Louise more of the additional revenue Bentz. going into advertising than any Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Glaize and of the other three media. family of Huntington, spent a few In the last five years, an ad- excavating equipment moved into Ranson this week to break ground in earnest for the new Ln Brass & Iron Works foundry. The new facilities, which will more than triple production 1 the Ranson plant which manufactures brass fire protection fittings, will be ready in early 1967. / ~. I C'.....I41~, I~gl~,~.^ request and will open a full-time It is expected that some 1,200~ ,1( I Ot~LUilI~ IJIIll.lg J office in Martinsburg in the near square feet of office space will be| ~ ,, I future to serve the more than rented in Martinsburg for the of-I serve ec.0n 1 o,ooo persons in the Eastern Pan fice~nd::awtil~ ~t:f:sfgnabc~UtthfeiV: I .... { handle section of West Virginia. 7g,.~v ~ ...... ql --rovi(ie an annuaiI ounce nent was maae la~/ ,vh;~ .,~n,.~ o,~.., ; .... h.,. ~n ..,~ v.e tuiJce wL v I " "- t C ~ ........ ~2 ............... 7 payroll of nearly $40000 It is by U. S. Senator rtooer "/ dace the ueiay required to act h,m~ ths the nffie~ e,~n be ouen that the Social Security~ Upon West V!rginia claims for 'e~byearly'~)ece-m~er,-s-ai~l-B-y'rd-: has agreed to his l old age benefits, t - Monday . Tuesday . Wednesday .-.ONLY--- lid mid (Experienced Operators Only) VIRGINIA'S BEAUTY SHOP 118 N. Charles Street -- Phone 725-5414 Charles Town, West Va. Now, for prized horses... a new, prize feed t HORSE FEED ! SUPER HORSE FEED At present, a representative of the SSA visits Martinsburg one day a week from 10 a. m. to 3 p. m. Visits to serve the pubtic are made to Charles Town on a more limited basis. R ord Land Turtle Winner Annual Jaycee Derby Monday Entries in the Ninth Annual Turtle Derby, sponsored by the Jefferson Jaycees at the Memor- ial Park, Labor Day, totaled 165 with Leslie's Record [,and, Inc., having the Grand Heat winner, "The Jaguar." He received a $100.00 Bond. Also chosen were nine heat winners with the sponsors being reimbursed their five-dollar en- try fee in the fund-raising pro- oct. Heat wi~sponsors a ttd :ntrtes were: t"Ehd Gulf vice, "Sapphire;" Leslie's RecordI Land, Inc., "The Jaguar;" Charles[ Town Photo & Gift Shoppe, I "Suzie;" and Karen Hammann, l "Springdale;" A.R.R.D. Barber .... f l Shop, Barracuda, J. R. Hof-: master, "Ann Page;" Jefferson Motor Co., "JoCoMo;" R. M. Harm, "Hound Dog;" and Furniture World's, "Clarence." The Jefferson Jaycees say con- gratulations to this year's grand prize winner and tO the winners of each individual heat. They also wish the best of luck to this year's non-winners for next years 10th Annual Jaycee Turtle Derby. Paul R. Manzuk, served as gen- eral chairman of the project and Blake Harrison, co-chairman. Mrs. Floyd Simons I want to extend sympathy to the Creamer family in the death of Mr. John Creamer. Mrs. Mary Nicewarner and Miss Elizabeth Webb and niece Debbie Webb visited Mrs. Hamilton Hor- ner, Martinsburg, last Monday. Mrs. Lo Collins and family vis- ited her husband and his family in Cincinnati, Ohio, several days last week. Mrs. Frank Dorsey spent last Tuesday afternoon, with Mrs. Wil- liam McDowelL Mr. Arthur Webb and daughter Elizabeth, Mr. and Mrs. Donald To help your horses develop and maintain sound con= dillon, handsome haircoat, good eyes and spirited stamina feed them Red Rose SUPER HORSE FEED. It includes proper amounts of vitamins A, D, E, Ribo- flavin and B complexes PLUS linseed meal, processed corn, and crushed oats--steamed to increase digestibility -distillers grains, cane molasses, dextrose and others. Fed with normal amounts of good hay and water Red Rose Super Horse Feed brings out the best that's bred into your horses. )I- )t- )I- CHARLES TOWN, W. VA. PltONE 725-2002 than any othe publ :ati inthe ... verlisin executive told the Texa Daily Newspaper Assn., there has been a trend toward "print: in general, and newspapers in par- ticular." Leo Bogarl, executive vice-president anti general man- ager of the bureau of advertising, ANPA, drew his analysis from a report on advertising volume in television, raido, magazines and newspapers prepared by McCann- Erickson, Inc. Newspapers, he told the men who run them in Texas, will re- ceive 49 percent of the total dol- lar volume being added to the four media, a significant increase from 29 percent in 1962. In 1962, he ~id, newspaper ad- vertising grew by 58 million. This year the estimate~t growth in total newspaper advertising rev- enue is $355 million. By contrast, he added, televis- ion's share of growth advertising dollars has steadily declined in the past five years--from 56 per- cent in 1962 to 27 percent this year. Television's revenues from ad- vertising this year will total $2.7 billion. Total newspaper advertis- ing volume for 1966, Bogart pre- dicted, will be $4.8 billion. By 1970, Bogart said, total advertis- ing volume will reach $20 billion SPIRIT O[ JEFFERgON FAi IERS ADVOCATE THURSDAY SEI EMBER 8, 1966 A--3 "assuming continuing expansion of the economy." Bogart attributed the growth in newspaper advertising to a com- bination of factors, including im- proved editorial production and more thorough and more aggress- ive selling. tie added, "the single most important reason for the unprece- dented growth of newspapers in recent years is probably that the medium in a very real way pro- vides solutions to the complex ad- vertising problems of the market- ers in today's burgeoning so- ciety." Miss Margaret Houser Mr. Charles T. Houser and daughter, of Hagerstown, Md., were Saturday guests of his par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Houser, Sr., and Vickie. Mr. and Mrs. William Caprotti and son and Mrs. William Snyder spent three days in Morgantown last week. Gary returned to Mot'- gantown, on Sunday. William Woodward, Jr., had the mi~ortune to fall last week, breaking a leg. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Brown and daughters and son Larry, who just returned home from Viet Naw on a thirty-day leave visited Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Holler and children, on Friday evening. Mrs. Alice Grove of Martin~ burg, Mr. and Mrs. Itarry Pine and Edward Lee Pine, Charles Town, were Sunday evening guests of Mrs. Robert Wat~n. Young Masters Scott and Todd Geary spent the past two weeks with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Geary, while their par- ents A/C and Mrs. W. C. Geary, finalized preparations for Airman Geary's permanent change of sta- tion. Airman Geary will serve a twelve-mor~th tour of duty at TSN Air Base, Republic of Viet Nam Southeast Asia effective October 15, 1966. Mt~. Geary, the former Kathryn E. Hoffmaster, of this area, and sons, wilJ reside at Oak Hitl Farm in their mobile home which they moved from Manas- sas, Va. 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