THE ZEBULON RECORD, ZEBULON, i\U . .... . ..KAY, li.iiitlJAKY FIT
Life is a sheet of paper white,
Whereon each one of us may write
His word or two, and then comes
“Lo, time and space enough”, we i
“To write an epic”! So we try
Our nibs upon the edge and die.
Muse not which way the pen toj
Luck hates the slow and loves the
Soon comes the darkness and the
Greatly begin! Though thou have
But for a line, be that sublime.
Not failure, but low aim, is crime.
James Russell Lowell
Charles Creech, for some time
manager of the Esso Service Sta
tion here, has gone to Raleigh to
take a position with Rogers Bros.
Mrs. Alex Carter is critically ill
in Rex Hospital where she went
last week for a major operation.
But little hope is held for her re
The Record shop has just re
printed for Mrs. Wiley Valentine
two commencement exercises for
senior classes, Land of the Future,
and The River of Life. These
have been frequently presented and
the first of the new copies were
rushed to a firm in Illinois which
had ordered them for sale. The
booklets are copyrighted under the
name, “F. Nobles”. Mrs. Valen
tine before her marriage was Miss
Miss Cornelia Herring suffered a
recurrent attack of appendicitis last
Sunday and for a while it was
feared that she would have to be
sent to a hospital; but her im
provement made it seem unneces
Mrs. Merritt Massey is recover
ing from an attack of illness large
ly caused by low blood pressure and
A personal message to the Mrs.
Theo. Davis from Mrs. B. B. Bul
luck of Cedar Grove, formerly of
Zebulon, says that the Bullocks are
rebuilding to replace the home de
stroyed by fire last November. The
new structure will be of logs with
plastering and ceiling inside. The
Bullocks are still with her father
at Roxboro, since because of delay
due to rain the rebuilding goes
The editor and Mrs. Davis have
received the following announce
ment: Date—January 28; Name—
Adijo; Weight—B 1-2 pounds; Par
ents —Mr. and Mrs. Gattis Baily.
These friends live near Hales Chap
Miss Jocelyn House, home for the
weekend from Meredith College,
brought with her a friend. Miss
Emily Bfethune, who is; also her
roommate. Miss Bethune is quite
musical, having copyrighted one of
her compositions, “Lonely”. This
is the theme song when Miss Be
thune and Bill Bannard of State
College, also organ student at Mer
edith, play on Thursday nights at
7:45 over WPTF, and listeners may
hear “Emily and Bill”.
Mrs. Carl Harper, of Warsaw,
with Betty Finch and Carl Ely,
came last Thursday to visit her
parents, the J. D. Finches, and
son, Talmadge Harper, here. Both
children are in bed with flu and
Mrs. Harper is being forced to
lay longer than she had intended.
Miss Edith Outlaw has accepted
a position in Enfield and left last
week to begin her work there.
Misses Geneva Seawell and Lula
Gray Medlin spent the weekend in
Louisburg, the guests of Misses
Grade and Ruth Southall.
Members of Wakelon's faculty j
attending the banquet at Carolina
Hotel, Raleigh, on Tuesday of last
week, were: Mr. and Mrs;. D. R.
Senter, Mr. a n d Mrs. E. H. Moser,
Mrs. Fred Page, Mrs. F. E. Bunn,
Mrs. J. C. Wilson, Miss Ruby Stell,
Miss Mary Lacy Palmer, Miss Jo
Mrs. Garland Godwin is visiting
her parents, the S. J. Ferbees, this
Baron Morris of Durham is vis
iting his grandmother, Mrs. D. M.
Dizor ,and the two plan to go to
Itolesville in a few days to see
Mrs. T. M. Conn and son, Wilbur,
with Mr. & Mrs. Russell Stephen
son of Wilson spent the weekend of
Jan. 23rd in Portsmouth, Va., with
Mrs. K. E. Dice.
Miss Josephine Mangum of Wake
Forest, enroute to her school work
at Fremont, was a visitor in the
home of Mrs. T. M. Conn on Tues
day evening of this week. Fremont
school has also been closed because
of rough weather.
MRS. WADE HOSTESS
Mrs. H. C. Wade was hostess to
the Young Matrons Bridge Club
at her home on Wednesday after
noon of week.
MrsL Robert Dawson was winner
of prize for high score and Mrs. L.
E. Long was awarded consolation
prize, Mrs. Irby Gill receiving the
guest prize. To Mrs. Wade’s special
guest, Mrs. Hunter Irvin of Raleigh
linen handkerchiefs were given.
The Valentine motif was observ
ed in the refreshment plates.
On Tuesday of this week Mrs.
Nora Eddins was honored with a
dinner at the home of her son,
C. B. Eddins, celebrating her eigh
tieth birthday, anniversary. The
dining-table was centered with a
large white cake bearing figures
80 outlined by lighted candles. A
three-course dinner was served to
members of the immediate family.
Mrs. Eddins is remarkably active
despite her advanced age, being
able to walk briskly a distance of
several miles in a day, and is deep
ly interested in the work of her
church at Wakefield and in com
munity enterprises. Her many
friends wish for her continued
health and vigor.
MISS DAWSON HOSTESS TO
FRIENDLY THIRTEEN CLUB
Miss Ruby Dawson was hostess
Monday evening at eight o’clock
to the Friendly Thirteen Club. A
Valentine motif was most attrac
tively carried out in decorations,
tallies and refreshments. After
several spirited progressions of
contract bridge, Mrs. Eugene Pri
vette won high score and Miss
Dorothy Jones consolation prize.
Cards having ben removed the hos
tess served ginger ale salad, sand
wiches, pickle and coffee. *
WILMA PHILLIPS TO
Wilma Phillips, of Zebulon, will
represent Western Carolina Teach
ers College at the State Baptist Stu
dent Union Officers Planning Meet
g .- w . ..m Mareuitn College
a. ~, o . uary 30.
Mias a hiii.ps is t..e leporter for
u.e iocai aj plist biudent Union
Joumd. She served on the counc.l
aero last year. She a.so served a
ear on the liaptist Sudent Union
d unc.l at Ca .pbeli College, where
she vas a student before she en
tered school here.
Rocky Cross News
Mr. Kermit Hagwood of Burling
ton spent last week end with his
grandmother, Mrs. Jane E. Hag
Mr. W. P. Taylor and family
from near Stan Hope were visi
tors in the Rocky Cross community
Mr. and Mrs. Woodard Taylor
from Taylor’s Cross Roads spent
part of last week with Mrs. Tay
lor’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. J.
Mr. Raymond Murray of near
Stan Hope spent part of last week
with friends at Rocky Cross;.
Mr. T. B. Cone and Mr. J. H.
Massey visited friends near Dur- 1
The weather was so bad last
Sunday we didn’t have any Sunday
School. Please everybody come
back to church next Sunday.
Many of the farmers in the Rocky
Cross community attended the* To
bacco Compact meeting in Raleigh
Mrs. L. A. Hagwood is with her
brother Mr. T. M. Freeman who
is seriously ill in the Rutherford
Mr. and Mrs. Craig Hagwood spent
part of last week with Mrs. Haig
wood’s parents near Nashville.
Miss Eflfie Hagwood spent last
weekend with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Hagwood. They have
recently moved from near Zebulon
down near Social Plains Church.
Miss Ruby Bryant is spending
Having worked magazines since
student days, I am going into
the business in a large way,
counting upon the patronage of
my friends and neighbors.
Ivet me have your subscriptions
and renewals. See me for rates
on single subscriptions or clubs.
MRS. ALVIN aS. BRIDGES
Pure Georgia Cane Syrup
Wholesale in kegs and barrels
W. H. DAVIS
329 W. Me Donough St.
Again Today and Saturday
MADELEINE CARROLL in
“Lloyds of London”
BOBBY GREEN, CHAS. BUT
TERWORTH, MAY ROBSON
“Rainbow On The
Ix>uise Beavers and the Famous
Hall—Johnson Choir plus—
Popeye Cartoon All Color
Travelogue and News
JACK OAKIE FRED Mac-
MURRAY, GLADYS SWARTH
“Crime Doesn’t Pay* act & news
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Mrs. J. Ivia d a i uj, . fl
Mr. Geur, Grya l o. el
Knightdalc , cm. p r. of ust .
v,it . Mr. Gra . m Wagner. H
Mr. and Mis. J. C. Debnam H
Zebu on visited .Mrs. Dob
p. roi ts, Mr. and Mrs. L. 11.
last Wednesday. H
Little Katrina Alford from ncl
S an Hope spent last week wil
her grandparents, Mr and Mrß
L. H. Bryant. I
The people in the Rocky Crosl
community have been giving monel
this week to aid the people in thl
ilood stricken area. I
Everybody in every communitfl
■an and should do their part tfl
help these people in the flood
this most distressing time. H
We, the people of North Carolii®
have been greatly blessed. VH
should be very g’ad that we are S
fortunate to live in such a groß
old state as North Carolina. iH
e us all do our part to help
people in the flood area.
1 am sorry to say that we
fe people in our community
could very well afford to
money to this most worthy
*hen asykod do so refused.
1 am afraid they will be sorry
it someday. H
Eula Pearl Stricklaß
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