The enterprise. volume (Williamston, N.C.) 1899-201?, December 11, 1942, Page 3, Image 3
KEEP 'EM BUSY Farmers Scrap Drive During Dec. 1942 JOIN THE SCRAP HUNT TODAY! Help Steel Mills Continue Production The government is asking the American Farmers to dedicate the remaining weeks of 1()I2 to an intensified Scrap Hunt. Steel mills need more heavy scrap and the farms are one of the best sources of this type of metal. We need your further help in this harm l)ri\e and in aiding our salvage committees to continue this effort throughout the next few weeks. All sal vage committees are being instructed to continue to make available to the farmer all their transportation facilities and manpower and to cooperate in every possible way. The nation is looking to the American farmer. I am sure he will conic through.? (Signed) DONALD M. NELSON, Chairman of the War Production Board. Turn Your Scrap Into War Machines WILL1AMST0N MOTOR CO Branch Banking & Trust Co. CLARK'S PHARMACY, he. Virginia Electric & Power Co. MOORE GROCERY CO. CHAS. H. JENKINS & CO. Williamston Hardware Co. County Building and Loan Association ALPHA CLEANERS Roy Ward Coal & Wood Yard HARRISON OIL COMPANY Guaranty Bank & Trust Co. LAUNDRY WILLARD'S SHOE SHOP Harrison & Carstarphen ROANOKE CHEVROLET Co FARMERS SUPPLY CO. RELK-TYLER COMPANY B. S. COURTNEY WILLIAMSTON SUPPLY Co. DIXIE MOTORS, Inc. LINDSLEY ICE CO. J. E. POPE FOWDEN & SIMPSON MARGOLIS BROTHERS W. G. PEELE DARDEN'S DEPT. STORE MARTIN SUPPLY CO. WOOLARD HARDWARE CO. N. ISRAEL E. & W. GROCERY CO. EAGLE STORES, Inc. PEELE'S - JEWELERS WOOLARD FURNITURE Co. DAVIS PHARMACY WESTERN AUTO STORE G. & H. Builders Supply Co. Williamslon Peanut Company Williamslon Pkg. Mfg. Co. STANDARD FERTILIZER CO.