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Tac Danbury Reporter
: jueu ...lursdays «l Danbury, N. C., and entered at the Danbury
postoifice as second clas3 matter, under act of Congress
i.. Editor .v Publisher - - - E. V. Pi jiper. Business Mgr.
National Advertising Representative
New York . Chicago : Detroit : Atlanta : Phila.^
1 dn. aiy, North Car., Thursday, Oct. 14, 1943.
Irs. York Honored
At Birthday Party 1
Mrs. C. T. York of Walnut
Cove was honored on her birthday
i'unday by a dinner at the home
of Miss Ola Campbell. The fol
lowing invited guests were pres
ent for the occasion:
Effie Ella, Gray Triplet, Annie
Ruth Triplet of Charlotte; Mrs.
V. O. Turner of Winston-Salem;
C. Y. York, John Bailey, Kath
erine Bailey, Betty Bailey, Peggy '
Bailey, Juanita Tuttle, Walnut
Cove, and Anne Wall, Pauline and
r COURT PROCEEDING -
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sheriff to serve sentence already
imposed. (Not less than 10 years,
nor more than 14 years in State
pe/.i *, .ilary.
Clyde Jones, C.C.W., 90 days
WANT HATER well drillers and
driller's helper... Good pay for
experienced men; also wan t i
men who want to learn to drill j
wells as a trade. Go n;I pay to'
start and promotions as rapid-1
ly as possible. Write, giving
age, draft status, state whether
married or single. Work will 1
be fn central North Carolina!
and will be steady. Transpor ,
tatron, if accepted. Heater Well
Company, Raleigh, North Car
HOUSEKEEPER WANTED '
White. 18 to 55. Three in fam- 1
ily. No washing. Will pay $lO
per week, board and room. ,
(Write) MRS. S. L. LEWIS ;
Walkertown, N. C.
HP! FDR icufi:
K, a Payroll savings is |
° Ur P rca,est single
fa tor in protecting
' ourselves ucaii.-st in-
Aid to Enemy
"Any American who wilfully
neglects to pay his taxes on
time or to invest every cent he
can in War Bonds is surely giv
ing aid and comfort to the
enemy . . . We have a job to
do and we are all called for
service to our country. Our j
dollars are called to service
too. Let us ail ask ourselves,
'Shall we b# mors tender with
onr dollars thaa with the lives
of our sons?' " Secretary
» £t^ S '\ 1 T
From where 1 sit...
I>y Joe Marsh. .
Charlie Jenkins writes me from
down at camp:
"Dear Joe: Somethln' mighty
swell happened to me on my last
day's leave. I'm standin' on the
corner, not knowln* anybody in
town, when a stranger says
'hello, soldler-how'd you like a
'chicken dinner at home with me
i and the wife?'
"Well, it turns out they were
| the kind of folks who couldn't
' do enough to help out soldiers.
They'd invited two other fel
lows and just as soon .is we're
g) 1*43, IWWINO INPOSm POUNDATIOW. NwHi Omfc. Coamltf
. «d fla , H. *lO. Sit. BSt* * =• ,
Will Mabe, Edgar Wall, of Mea
dows section, here Monday.
SUBSCRIBERS NOTICE Dur
ing the past two weeks many
renewal substriplbns have]
been made, and in order that
errors may be corrected, you
are requested to check your la
bels to see if you have been
given proper credit. Report
any such errors, along with
your receipt immed'ately.
fAny excuse yon can give for
not upping your payroll sav
ings will please Hitler, Hiro
hito and puppet Mussolini.
Friday and Saturday, Oct. 15-16
j "DEEP IN THE HEART OF
I "MAGNIFICENT DOPE"
Henry Fonda —Lynn Bar!
Sunday and Monday, Oct. 17-18
I "IN WHICH WE SERVE"
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thurs
day, October 19-20-21
G:nger Rogers—Geo. Montgomery
511 1-2 N. Liberty St.
Winston-Sale.ii, N. C.
Dial 9124 for Appointment
$3.00 to $12.50
Machine Permanents $2.50 to sl2
Shampoo & Finger Wave, .75
SAVE HERE AND BUY WAR
BONDS & STAMPS
"JAKE" CROTTS, Mgr.
introduced the lady brings us a |
gloss of beer before dinner. '
"We bud a flno dinner, talked
till ten ... Honutir, Joe, I'll never !
forget their hospitality. Makes
me feel good lighting for people ,
Thought you might like to ]
hear what kind o' fellows we got f
in this army of ours, and how
they like to enjoy themselves I
vhen they get a chance to. ,
THE DANBURY REPORTER
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TUESDAY, OCTOBER 19—FIRST SALE TUESDAY, OCTOBER 26—THIRD SALE
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 20—SECOND SALE WEDNESDAY, OCT. 27—FIRST SALE
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21—THIRD SALE THURSDAY, OCT. 28—SECOND SALE
FRIDAY OCTOBER 22—FIRST SALE FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29—THIRD SALE
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OUR SALES DAYS
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15—FIRST SALE TUESDAY, NOV. 16—SECOND SALE
MONDAY, OCTOBER 18—SECOND SALE WEDNESDAY, NOV. 17—THIRD SALE
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 19—THIRD SALE THURSDAY, NOV. IS—FIRST "SALE
WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 20—FIRST SALE FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19—SECOND SALE
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21—SECOND SALE MONDAY, NOVEMBER 22—THIRD SALE
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22—THIRD SALE TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 23—FIRST SALE
MONDAY, OCTOBER 25—FIRST SALE WEDNESDAY, NOV. 24—SECOND SALE
TUESDAY, OCTOBER 26—SECOND SALE MONDAY, NOVEMBER 29—THIRD SALE
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 27—THIRD SALE TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 30—FIRST SALE
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28—FIRST SALE WEDNESDAY, DEC. 1-SECOND SALE
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 29—SECOND SALE THURSDAY, DEC. 2—THIRD SALE
MONDAY, NOVEMBER I—THIRD SALE FRIDAY, DECEMBER 3—FIRST SALE
TUESDAY/ NOVEMBER 2—FIRST SALE MONDAY, DECEMBER 6—SECOND SALE
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 3—SECOND SALE TUESDAY, DECEMBER 7—THIRD SALE
THURSDAY. NOV. 4—THIRD SALE WEDNESDAY, DEC. B—FIRST SALE
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER S—FIRST SALE THURSDAY. DEC. 9—SECOND SALE
MONDAY, NOVEMBER B—SECOND SALE FRIDAY, DECEMBER 10—THIRD SALE
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 9—THIRD SALE MONDAY, DECEMER 13—FIRST SALE
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 10—FIRST SALE TUESDAY, DEC. 14—SECOND SALE
THURSDAY, NOV. 11—SECOND SALE WEDNESDAY, DEC. 15—THIRD SALE
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 12—THIRD SALE THURSDAY. DEC. IF—FIRST SALE
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 15—FIRST SALE FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17—SECOND SALE
Thursday, Oct. 14, 1943.