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Tlu» i)ankury Reporter
iHsued Thuisiiitvi at L>anbui>. N.C.. and entered at the Danbury
poai 'ilice ad second class matter, under act of Congrea*
N. E. P 'Pf M " r Editor & Publisher ---E. V. Pepper, Associate Editor j
NaHonjl Advertising Representative
'«'* ; Chicago : Detroit - Atlanta r Milla.
♦.'anbury, North ui., fhui'sday. -Jan. 2"). 194")
A. A. A. application after that date.
X ews 0
Betwen n >v ;i:ul Fit. 15th, yo..
..; urination imm .»ur Countj must tun: .-'...1.- k> .
this ortki. U umt ju.;
tins as s.«:i ; :■> j .c.
h»*ins; Jjt : : in hiU
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a:.. —ii. lis to! is UK\ IM.U
I'uynur.t v. • >v seal to *iu Slato
° !!uv • liaU - Tiu W : t i A a
has ar.n.nitv -.5 a revised far: . __
Closing ia s for making appii- production goal :• 1915 of -!.'!*•
I a*. ...n 1 1 '• A "AV! A fl. ,va i_ ■■ ~t ; M .
) >at i : \ • : v. .:. • t i.. Ha»vkii;. . S '■ - ■
K (ovur.i- * oi
i i ns.or mo; \ r \i\
"I I'l.'t iln v.i i | i• :• •• ii ;:w .ia .ai i'a --. .. i ;u%
i»r»s i>a i . )1 1
Loans and discount'* (including none overdrafts* . $203,241.1
I . direct an.l _ 1 7- ■!«.• »i .. ■
C si; - ' : '»>. s \ i'i . !•> • 1 nk.-•. im li: : s r\v balances
aivi i ; i /-vis pio • nf collect'!. a >4* .44-.."
Lank i 1 *' iiirs".-; ( .VI " S'J.'J'iL'.sn »arnitur
fixtures >!.;o o•>
L a 1 t.* I • ' l ' iot :i r i, , t ; b: r.k t 1*0J". ises 2,7t'l .0
Other assi'l.s S 7 ,
Total assets 51.557.744.3J
Demand deposits of i dividu.ils. partnerships, and
corporations 1,068,982.38 '
Time deposits of individuals, partner
ships and corporations 163,439.32
Deposits of United Siutes Government (including
' postal savings) 193.125.00
Ceposits of States and political subdivisions 12,337.65
Other deposits (certifi'd and o:fieers' cheeks, etc.) 7,297.')2
Total deposits 51.443.152.27
Other liabilities 23.316.0"
, Total liabilities (not including subordinated
obligations shown below 1,468,495.3'
Vwsr*» . CVPIIWL \CTOI NTS
Capital 2ii,SOrt 0"
Surplus 33.000.• o
l"ndivid n d profi's ... 10.445.9
Res"! v-.- ( an 1 : , ..? .. ~•j; . J capital .. 1" '- (V
This tank' r rsltnl nsists • first pr ferred slock with total I
I t ' ita ?li •• .!««.• of SKi." i'. l ". ai.d
coias..on .' v.l.h % :ul t. r \;.!.:• of >' 1 o.f'isrt.f i . :
L'. S. OOVCM: r.i dire. t and I
pled ,ed to s i".!: - e deprsits and other liabilities £fti),f.o:.. r .l
Total 300.01 ("». 1 ■(
Deposits r.eeured by r>l- Igc J assets pursuant to require
ments of law (War Loan Deposit Acet.) 1fi3.12"j.0(
Total 193,125.00 ,
' n date of report the required legal reserve against ,
deposits; of this bpnk was 136,347.0'»
.'..; sets reporte I above which were eligible as legal
reserve amounted to 640,448.50
I. I. M. Gordon, president of the above-named bank, do solemnly
f that the above statement is true, r.n 1 that it fully and cor
t'.'ly represents the true state of the several matters herein con
t ■' .ed and set forth, tr ti.r hest o e my knov.ledge and belief.
I. M. GORDON, President.
(' > rect —Attest:
P. E. Rin i,v i r ns, J. K. Smith, O. X. Swanson, Directors
•> of ra-r.l'nfl. Countv of Surry, ss:
" orn to and subs r ; bed before ne this 9th day of January, 194' i.
' ' ' hereby certify that lam not an officer or director of this bank.
W. J. SWANSON. Notary Public.
"-.mmisslon empires 1-2-5".
IRE DANBURY REPORTER, PANBUEY, NORTH CAROLINA. JANUARY 25, 1945
ty AAA Committee,
i "The revised goal takes into ac
count the recommendations made
at State meetings called to dis
cuss 1945 goals, as well as the
] additional needs meetings called
to discuss 1945 goals, as- well a*
tile additional needs for
from 1945 production that havi
developed since the preliminan
goal of 3,920 million dozen su.u
ges 'ed in November," Mr. Hawk
ins st it«-1.
Mi. H iwklns pointed out th.n.
the revise 1 l". S. go;Js of 4.:»."i
nii'lion d t; ee.:s while slight
ly 'fss t'..: i. ibi I. !! i-cord pt«»-
d'.)f irr. v.iu'.i jt- it- ,'!I7 ev .s
fot t. civilian ir. 1
wi . j.-- i- -. a', i tin « r.su: •
t : ;. IS ' an 1 r.n .. .r. ,:s
?!• i ;4,~s c'l-r the piv-w; r li'u*- '•
a\e:-a.,e cons'.rvpt' "Tht- i
\\;l alsa provide for all mili
p ■ aireptci.ts f. - sin 11 t gi;s .-
f- r military a".d -lease ru ..
fi :• dried i gp. f: 1; t." • • .
iv- vt :• ;iota !!•; 1 : dr d.- ..
1 -Mi f :vo ." • ST. ;.
'y * \ t"
r . i i t ■ ■ .".,i I 'm.
'. .. i t N it- 1 »7j n'ir
Ui'. 1 -.:t e lii; . tit It-, is. u 1"
-■•:'!; thai the r.'in;'t r of ciii.'.:~
raised tt-r ""1: replnccmcnt pur-
I ■■ s s this s ulil be abo .•
tl'e sante ;.s !:>: yy.r: that * ar.
hatched chicks will furnish ir.o: -
eg;;s ir. the fall ainl early win* •
wii'. n ec* pro.lae'.ion is seasonr.ll"*
low. ar.-i help minirniZ' 3 surplus-"
during the normal flush produ.-
tion period of the spring: and
that the number of early hatched
chicks, therefore, be maintained
at a level at least as high as last
WALNUT COVE, X. C
Sunday and Monday, Jan. Z&-29
"SWEET AND LOW DOWN**
Lynn Bari Benny Goodman
Tuesday, Jan. 3Hth i
"MOON OVER LAS VAti.\>~
Anne tiwynne David lirute
Wed. and Tliur*., -lanuarv I - 2
"t iXTEK*. lld.K I.II'M '
I iia*>. Margaret (:'!'»rkii
I rl.'a\ an.l Saturda v , Jan. 'J - ;1
"KOiiULKTOWN Til Ml."
:>miley llurnetti—>unset Car«.i n
L\TII SHOW 1(1:30 SAT. NK.ll!
"Till! SOI L Of a MONSTKR"
Kose IJoliart Win. Wright
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Two Stokes Boys In
Tank Destroyer Outfit ,
1 Pounding- Way to Reich
e Sixth Army Group. France. —
•i (Special to Danbury Reporter—
s Few tank destroyer battalions can
S match the record of the Sl3th
Tank Destroyer Battalion, which
aided the American breakthrough
from Normandy to the Seine Riv
er and is now pounding the last
approaches to the Riech. Iti this
battalion are Corporal Ralph K.
llauser. Tobaeioville aud Pi'.'.
■ Ilenry j;. ISowden. Gei-manton.
s Since its arrival in France on
P-plus-21. this veteran unit his
eliminated from the German ro:
:■i s: tiOo soldiers. I2ii general ju.
I v-1 hides. -5 Mark IV tan';.
II Mark V tanks, two Mark \
! :.ks. lit s. lf-propt lled inir
-i lit |'ill! r.mcs. fivo an? i-tar.'
■ ::r. ar. i th* v m:uhi.;
•. •■'iv. ! n;cr.'.ti 'ii n v ;''
■ ' i -Ml !:: .ik- . i -,:t r
" ' :V .it - Mart V :
■•••.. ' I . . 1
1 ! ' ::s. "T is v .- a': i :
' ' • t : ;, i i
V • • P. H; . P • tsi'n. 1' r.'H
. •' : of til company t' -
' *'v i'ni:p.
"A • I;.-.;:., i it.ie • ! hit
1 ;•• 11. :• said. ur M-10 Mai;
«. :!o \fw re in _o • J • si.i.v. .
so ail they hr.J to il > '.-.'as op.\
up on tiie approaching column.
The first two Mark IV s »vr?
stopped by one round of ammuni
tion each. at a range of 2.000 yds.
This disorganized the attack, tl' •
Germans abandoning their tank.-.
From then .on it was a simpl
matter of firing high explosive to
'kaput' the German personnel.
"A-. T. .D platoon. located on
the crest of a hill, had a regulai
shooting gallery picking off th«
jrest of the tank column. We
i only 30 rounds of ammuni
tion for effective destruction, fit-
lowing with extra amme to burr,
up the tanks."
A German major general was
among the dead occupants of a
destroyed tank.. A capt'cred doc
ument showed the plan of t!i
German attack. The T. D. ni r,
h'•! :..• ••! i; m tho !•, j, stop--
ring t!i. G-nn-tiis tie first o
thr.f(.-.\rs ti y , .•,,i to tn!" •
No'V J. I" i:;; j;.. J7; J-j . , . .
crset.f, : '.is orcaniif! iiin f.rst srtv
action in Tunisia with I.t. Gan
Omar Hradley's II Corps. Pari
of the battalion lartWcl at G la.
Pfe'lv. a::d aided in the round up
of prisoners. In France M-10 d?-
s trovers of this unit made r.p th
first Allied arr.'or to cross thej
Peinp River vhere they held a
five-day oridgehead before th?
GKRMS STILL LIVE AFTER
How a Russian research *»yr»prt
made an unusual discovery in th' l
Artie waste which may open a
i-ew path for scientific investier
':on. Read th's unusual articl-*
■ ! n the Feb. 11th issue r.f
The Amerian Weekly
Favorite Magazine With The
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Pressure Canner Clinic
i To Be At Winston-
Salem January 3
By CLARA R. RALSTON
(Home Demonstration Agent)
A pressure canner clinic will be i
held in the Home Agents Office
in the basement of the courthous*
in Winston-Salem on Wednesdr
Jan. 31— for Stokes and Forsyth
counties. One of the Extension
Specialists from the Agricultural
Engineering Department of Stn
College will conduct the clini (
with the he'p of the honu and
sistant farm a tats and PV.rm
curity v.oikers. ,
Canncrs that liave been in cor. .
slant use for a season or nw
should be c'leelti d !i>r th.' aceur ]
cv of the gauge, jrteoik, slca ]
leakage, etc. i
If it is rrore convenient f 1
you to get your canner to Wiiv
RU-BER-OID STRIP SIDING-
Such beauty U your* when you have applied over yout old sidewallt
Moderate In coat and can be quickly applied without any fugs and
It is made o( the finest waterproof materials which will orotect vour
home for many years... fireproof and needs no painting to preserve it
Mad* la standard brick colon with wtxe-cut texture. See them today!
iiia/iHr.KS LUMBER CO.,
Ruial Hall, N. C.
' ~~ «
The Grest fksteUr
Never Saw Chile's Nitrate Desert, But...
ft* Jiirir r S
- '! a,
K»s ba* 4 erifil research, which gave his name to the pasteurization process#
prov.de J the Lus.s (cr cne o* the widely accepted explanations
of Chilean Nitrate's origins
V:st beds of Natural Nitrate bines parts of all of them. Who
in Ch:.e s desert region are nat- knows? But there is one point
un.l deposits-enough to last on which all agree:
hundreds of years-of one of the
oldest and best known fe3ilizer 1 e °" Nitrate of Soda
materials. Mystery of their ori- w " treo,ed by
gin long has challenged science. n ° W " >« «•"»-
Many theories have developed. ***** no,u,a, ' • ■ th# onl *
natural nitrate in the world.
Some say prehistoric plants
vera • nitrified" by bacteria in ®^" USe ° f its natural ori«in
tha soil. That's what Pasteur's Ch ' lea " Nltrate of Soda con "
wor'.: suggested. Others say they ta '" s ' ,n add,tion t0 nitro e en
are decayed vegetation. and Sodlum ' sma " amounts of
boron, iodine, manganese, cop-
There is a belief the nitrate per,-34 elements in all-many
bod.? arc droppings of billions of of which are essential to healthy
birds. Another, that electricity plant growth,
formed them through centuries v
cf violent storms. Seme think Ycs, a hundred V ear » of re
the beds ere rotted rocks; some SCarch ° nd ex P* rienc e n ß r ee
think they are a cruut pushed T th? ,m P ortance ° f Chilean
up from underneath. Nitrate's natural qualities and a
their outstanding performance «
Perhaps the right t.ieory com- in continued profitable farming.
! o,y " >h '""' i, --- ,0:y,0U '' 'yfeztZza#
i Ncturol Chilian I.ittote iem?i in !«>
| formi—Chcmpion sr.tfOldStyte. , cHIIKAM UITBAVfi
I dihss, Is bogi, lot icsf M
itsfOH snd handling. wVDffli
f ' *" • li "' i *" iil " i ii* i ii i na—
ton-Salem, take it any day except
the 26th, but not later than the
30th. Or, you may leave ynvir
canner in my office, not later than
Monday, Jan. 29th. Be sure that
your name address and county
are fastened on the out3i.ie cf the. $
CERTIFIED TOItACCJ SEED
By the County Agent
Stokes farmers are planting
more certified tobacco seed than
ever before. Several merchants of
the county are selling the seed.
Preston Bro., Pine Hall, have
sold several hundred ounces of
4no and 101 certified tobacco seed.
Also many persons are getting
Blai k Shank Resistant seed from
Roy Lewis, Walnut Cove If any
one has trouble getting seed we
will tell you where you may pur