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ssiu-ii Thursdays at Danbury, N. C. t and entered at the Danbury
postofliee as second CIPSS matter, under act of Congress
X. IVpper, \ l ulilisher -- - E. V. P.'ppor. !su*iness M;;r.
National Advertising Representative
New York : Chicago : Detroit : Atlanta : Phila.
Danbury, North Car., Thursday, Sept. 1(5, 1943
WnTnirr f'.ive. Miss Betty
Black of Wake Forrest, visited at
the Jack Gentrys last week-end.
Mr. and Mrs. Will Heath and
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Johnson of
Winston-Salem visited Mr. and
Mrs. Dan Heath the week-end.
EiTie Martin Simmons, aged
about 70, was burned to death
Friday at her home on Walnut
Cove, Route 1. She was building
WEBSTER'S and PLANTERS
MADISON, N. C.
Opening Sale Day-
MON., SEPT. 20th j
These Warehouses Will Be Operated By the Same Men
As Last Year«
JOE SHARP - - JOHN REYNOLDS
JOHN PRICE ■ - SIEQ SMITH j
FOUR TIMES MORE TOBACCO was
sold in these Warehouses last year,
1942, than the previous year, 1941...
THERE MUST BE A REASON
We appreciate all your past business and hope to see all
our old friends and many new ones on opening sales.
HUGH MYLUM, Our Same Auctioneer, Is Here Again
Sell your First Load with Us
and we'll keep you coming
Yours for service,
JOE SHARP JOHN PRICE
SI EG SMITH JOHN REYNOLDS
a fire ina cook stove when her
clothes were ignited.
.' Miss Charlotte Matthews spent
• the week-end at liar home at
I Stoneville. She attended the
I wedding of Miss Dorothy Mat
r' thews of Leaksville to Lieutenant
I; John Lowe of Greensboro.
I Private First Class Mallory
I Green of Fort Jackson was home
this week on furlough.
Rev. and Mrs. Stratton Law
rence have returned to their home
THE DANBURY REPORTER
here from Vade Mccurn. *
i Leaving for school this week:
Nancy Jane Helsabeck to Salem
College. Frances Jane Johnson IJ
Mars Hill, Mona Fallin, Carol
I t . rc'di'.h. Pee Wee Fi
lcr to Phiefer.
j Miss Rose Eoyles of Washing-:' •
D. C. was at home for the v..;': I
Mrs. Walter Sands of Pulas.:
Va., Rev. C. D. Parker of j
Mr. and Mrs. Jeh'i'
. Bray and Joe Eill Neal were din- I
. | ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. P.. V jj
! Attention of Stokes Growers: I
( THE MOUNT AIRY MARKET 1
I OPENS MONDAY, SEPT. 29 I
I And again, even more than last year, you are expected to B
1 be patriotic - to save Gasoline and tires by selling your I
I tobacco at the NEAREST MARKET. We proved last year I
I our aibility to bring you the TOP MARKET DOLLAR and I
■ we assure you of our intention to do it again THIS year. I
THREE BIG WAREHOUSES I
READY TO SERVE YOU I
Sell Your Crop In Mt. Airy I
And Trade With I
I MOUNT AIRY MERCHANTS I
I Mount Airy Merchants & Warehouseman I
I Farmers! 4-H Club Members!
F.F.A. Members! Agricultural Students
PLAN NOW TO ENTER EXHIBITS AND ATTEND THE
Elkin Fat Stock &
Wool Show and Sale
THURSDAY - FRIDAY, OCT. \4AS
SPONSORED BY THE
North Carolina Agricultural Extension Service
The North Carolina ankers' Association
In Cooperation With
Elkin Ki wanis Club —Juni or Chamber of Commerce * T
• Elkin Merchants Association
These 12 Counties Will Participate: Yadkin, Surry, Wilkes,
Alleghany, Ashe, Watauga, Alexander, Iredell, Caldwell, 1
Forsyth, Stokes. Davie.
VALUABLE PREMIUMS AND RIBBON AWARDS
This Show and Sale —the first of what is planned to be an annual
event—is to feature the exhibition of adult beef cattle, babv hwf
swine and shorne wool. y *'
Elkin cordially invites YOU to take part in the event, and will do
everything possible to make your visit pleasant and profitable.
Thursday, Sept. 16,1943