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  3. Wilson Smith, Food Lion co-founder, dies - Salisbury Post

    www.salisburypost.com/2011/04/20/wilson-smith...

    Smith and Ralph and Brown Ketner had all worked together even before World War II for grocer Glenn Ketner, Ralph and Brown’s older brother. This morning, Ketner figured he and Smith had been...

  4. Ralph Ketner - Wikipedia

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    On December 11, 1957, Ralph Ketner, Brown Ketner, and Wilson Smith co-founded the Food Town (later Food Lion) grocery store chain in Salisbury, North Carolina. Ketner served as President (later CEO, Chairman, and Chairman Emeritus).

  5. When Five Fast Pennies Is Better Than a Slow Nickel

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    With his friend, Wilson Smith, and brother, Brown Ketner, Ralph Ketner in 1957 opened a grocery store in Salisbury. It was possible because, in addition to their $62,500, the three had called 250 Rowan countians to buy shares and convinced 122 to buy.

  6. Food Lion co-founder Wilson Smith dies - Salisbury Post

    www.salisburypost.com/2011/04/21/food-lion-co...

    Smith and Ralph and Brown Ketner had all worked together before the birth of Food Town for grocer Glenn Ketner Sr. — Ralph and Brown’s older brother. Ketner figured Wednesday he and Smith had been...

  7. Obituary: Wilson Smith - Supermarket News

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    SALISBURY, N.C. — Wilson Smith, a co-founder of the Food Lion chain, based here, died last month at age 93, according to reports. Smith partnered with two brothers, Ralph Ketner and Brown Ketner,...

  8. Ralph W. Ketner (1920- ) - North Carolina History Project

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    Ralph Ketner resigned in 1957 and opened a grocery store with two men who had also worked for Glenn Ketner and had then gone on to work for Winn-Dixie: his brother, Brown, and shared friend, Wilson Smith. Their entrepreneurial adventure had a somewhat rocky beginning, however.

  9. Ralph Ketner, Food Lion co-founder, dies at 95 | Charlotte ...

    www.charlotteobserver.com/news/business/article...

    In December 1957, Ketner, his brother Brown Ketner and Wilson Smith started Food Town in Salisbury. He once said he and his co-founders tracked down their first 125 investors in the Salisbury phone...

  10. C. BROWN KETNER – Orlando Sentinel

    www.orlandosentinel.com/news/os-xpm-1994-10-01...

    Ketner, a co-founder of the grocery store chain that later became Food Lion, died Wednesday of a heart attack in China Grove, N.C. He was 78. Ketner, his brother Ralph, and Wilson Smith opened...

  11. Food Lion - Wikipedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Food_Lion

    Food Lion was founded in 1957 in Salisbury, North Carolina, as Food Town by Wilson Smith, Ralph Ketner, and Brown Ketner. The Food Town chain was acquired by the Belgium-based Delhaize Group grocery company in 1974.