Those whose economic welfare is
tied in cloeely with the immediate de
velopment of Farmville and vicinity
—and that includes all of us—were
pleased to learn, several months ago,
that the Florence-Mayo Nuway com
pany was contemplating the erection
of a modern plant here and moving
its headquarters from Maury to
Farmville. Local citizens have watch
ed with interest the construction, step
by step, of the new plant and wel
come the factory as a tremendous as
set to the town.
Many of the business firms, who
appreciate 'the value of a weekly pay
roll to the town and the advertising
advantages which will accrue from
having products made in Farmville
scattered throughout 'the tobacco belt
and even into foreign countries, are
using columns of this week’s Enter
prise to express their congratulations
to Mr. Mayo and his factory and to
welcome them to Farmville!
Fine though it may be during the
selling season, “pay days” in the to
bacco-growing section are too far a
part Farmville needs industry that
will stimulate business during the
season from January to September.
The new Mayo building and the
equipment housed therein represent
an investment of $200,000 The plant
in Maury has already established a
name for the Mayo product through
out the tobacco-growing belt. The
manufacturers, Mr. Mayo and his as
sociates of the well-known Florence
Stove company, are hot novices in
the manufacture of oil-burning equip
ment. There is every reason to be
lieve, therefore, that the company
will continue to grow and develop.
This expansion will be watched with
interest and pride by Farmville folks
who by virtue of close association
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have had a half-way claim on lie
Mayo plant bat whose claim is now
Farmville’s beat wishes for the
success of the Plorence-Mayo Nuway
company are expressed <m this and
other pages in this paper.
RONALD HARDY JOINS GREENE
4-H PIG CHAIN
Ronald Hardy of the Hookerton
Junior Club, has joined the 4-H Pig
Chain and is now growing oat a nice
gilt given him through the club chain.
The pig was obtained from a litter
raised by Edward Hill of the Snow
Hill Junior dnb. The gilt is to be
fed out and then bred to purebred
pig chain boar. Prom his first litter,
Ronald will furnish two young gilts
to be given other club members. The
chain has grown until now there are
about 26 club members carrying
purebred swine for a project
CONGRATULATIONS TO ‘Florence-Mayo Company on the
Completion of Their New Factory
WELCOME to FARMVILLE
and wishing you success
... and only FLORENCE-MAYO gives you a patented
Air-Conditioning Tobacco Curing Systeml
IT CUBES TOBACCO BETTER-IT CU^ES TOBACCO QUICKER
IT COSTS LESS PEB CUBING-ITS. OPERATION IS EASTLAND SAFE.
(jJsl Qau. Qn&JtalL fompIsdsL 9n. Owl (L)aif,
B. F. (Jack) Lewis
Farmville. N. C. Phone 4276
The Town of Farmville
Takes This Opportunity To
Manufacturers of the Florence-Mayo
Oil Burning Curers
THE TOWN HAS DEVELOPED ITS WATER AND
LIGHT PLANTS IN AN EFFORT TO ATTRACT PRO
GRESSIVE INDUSTRIES TO FARMVILLE. TfiE
TOWN PLACES AT THE DISPOSAL OF THE
FLORENC&MAYO NUWAY COMPANY THE MANY
SERVICES OFFERED BY A MODERN TOWN.
C M. PAYLOR, Clerk and Treasurer
We Welcome You To
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and Congratulate You on Locating Your Factory
in Our Good Town
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Parker Oil Co.
120 East Wilson Street Phones 279-6 and 316-6
FARMVILLE, N. C.
Florence-Mayo Nuway Co.
Their New Factory In Fanaville
- FARMVILLE, N. C.
“Every Customer Made a Friend”
; MILTON and LYNN EASON",
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Welcome To Farmville...
Florence-Mayo Nuway Co.
Congratulations On Your
Western Auto Associate Store
C. H. Joyner, Manager
104 N. Main St. • ‘ < Farmvflle, N. C.
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Because it is one of the BEST TOBACCO MARKETS
in the State, good climate,* Christian up-right loyal
people, and a live-wire progressive town, offerina
untold progressive possibilites in the future.
work together In
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Officers and Directors:
GEORGE W. DAVIS, President