FRAGMENT FROM MOORE
Let Fate do her worst, the r e are
relics of joy,
Bright dreams of the past, which
she cannot destroy;
Which come in the night-time of
sorr°w and care,
And bring back the features. that
joy used to wear.
Long, long be my heart with such
Like the vase in which roses have
once been distilled —
You may break, you may shatter
the vase, if you will.
But the scent of the roses will hang
round it still.
Wolfe Br°thers, vocational teach
ers at Bailey and Middlesex, are
this week putting into circulation
another series of copies of THE
MESSENGER, the paper
which they publish in the interests
of Young Tar Heel Farmers and
their work. This gives the per
sonal touch to items, since each
school participating has its own ed
tion with special front page.
Miss Laura Debnam of the Un
ion Hope community was in town
on Thursday of last week, bringing
additional contributions from her
church for the flood sufferers.
Mr. and Mrs. Foster D. Finch
were the guests at a dinner
given on last Friday «|fning by
Mrs. Ned Pattison in Nashville hon
oring Governor Hoey, Mrs. Hoey
and Miss Isobel Hoey.
Mrs. Irby Gill was hostess to her
Bridge club at her home on Wed
nesday of this week.
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Announcement has been made of
the marriage of Miss Josephine
Ferrell, oldest daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. W. T. Ferrell of Zebulon, Rt.
3, to Mr. Waiter Proctor Scarboro,
of Zebul'm, Rt. 3. The young couple
have begun housekeeping, their
home being near that of the b r ide’s
Mrs. Fred Hales had the misfor
tune to fall and break her arm last
Saturday. She is making good pro
gress toward recovery.
Mrs. J. M. Potter and sons, Jack,
Bob and E r ic, arrived in Zebulon
Friday m' rning, having made the
trip from Sarthmoge, Pa., to Ral
eigh on the day before. The children
were left in the home of their grand
parents, the Theo. Davises, while
Mrs. Potter went back to Raleigh
to make ready a home there. M r .
Potter is now Asst. Director of the
department of purchase and con
tract for the state. They will live on
Clark Street in West Raleigh.
Among the recent sufferers from
chicken-pox in Zebulon are Judy
Robertson and Nancy Whitley.
Mrs. Arthur Morgan of Spring
Hope spent Wednesday here with
Mrs. L. M. Marshburn.
Mrs. Edgar May and Mrs. Ed
win Mittfhell of Spring Hope spent
Wednesday in Zebulon with Mrs.
W. A. Cheaves a sister of Mrs.
There will be a weiner roast for
all children big and little, next
Monday Feb. 15, at the school
building. Time 4:00 p. m. All chil
dren who wish to come, please bring
a dime to me Friday or Monday.
MRS. HUNTER BELL,
Play Ground Director.
In case of rain on Monday, we
will have it Tuesday p. m.
Pleasant Hill Items
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Banem of Ar
cher Lodge were visitors at Mr.
George Mitchell’s Sunday aftemon.
Miss Estell Gay °f Wake Forest
is visiting her g r and parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. W. Gay ths week.
Mr. S. T. Whitaker and family
spent Sunday in Raleigh.
Mrs. T. H. Starnes of Angier is
visiting relatives here.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Lester
Jones a boy, Lealen James, Jan.
Mesdames C. D. and A. O. Pur
year of Rolesville and Ba r ham’s
Siding spent Wednesday of last
week with Mrs. T. Y. Puryear.
Rocky Cross News
(by Eula Pea r l Strickland)
Miss Ruth Wagner and Mr. Gra
ham Wagner spent last week visit
friends and relatves in Th°mas
The writer spent last week visit
ing friends in Durham.
Miss Effie Hagwood spent the
weekand with her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Hagwood.
Miss Ethel Massey of Rocky
Cross and Miss No r a Mae Alford of
Zebulon* were the weekend guests
of Miss Effie Hagwood.
Miss Reba J°nes of near Pilot
spent last week visiting her s'sters,
Mesdames Mason Bryant and Lem
Mrs. J. L. Bryant spent the week
end with Mrs. Jane E. Hagwood.
Mr. Joe Eddie Taylor of near
Stanhope visited her grand parents
M r . and Mrs. E. J. Massey Sunday.
Mrs. Sadie Tant’s many frends
in Rocky Cross community are glad
to hear that she has returned home
from the Duke hospital and wish
her a speedy rec°very.
I am glad to say that there are
two young men in our community
that are doing well after having
fnished at Campbell College.
If you call
They a r e swell.
The two gentlemen to which are
referred, are Bartley Strickland
and William Strickland.
They really have been sawing
w"od since they could not find any
better job. They are hoping to get
jobs before long, and I for one,
wish them all the luck in the world.
I say let’s give our young people a
wo r d of encouragement but nev
er disc°urage them.
On Satu r day nite of last week
Miss Esther Hagwood entertained
a number f, f friends at a birthday
social honoring her sister Miss Ef
On Sunday Miss Effie was given
a surprise birthday dinner at the
home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
R. I. Hagwood, celeb r ating her 21st
birthday. Guests were: Mr. and
Mrs. H. G. Workman, daughter Ann
and son Henry; Guy Workman, Jr.,
Raleigh; Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Hag
ood of near Zebulon; Miss Nona
Alford, Zebulon; and Miss Ethel
Massey of Middlesex. The dinner
was enjoyed by all.
In spite of the rain we had Sun-,
day, Sunday school was held as
usual. We are jglad people do not
forget to go to church on the Lord’s
Mr. Jarvis Brantley of Union
Hope was married to Miss. Esther
Massey on January 29. They have
just returned from a bridal trip.
We wish them a long and happy
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Ed Strick
land last week, a son.
We are glad that so much is be
ing given for the relief of the flood
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sufferers. duty and mine
to help those in need.
MODEL ’35 FORD SEDAN for
sale—Run only 17,000 miles—
Upholstering, tires, everything
about it in good condition. If
interested call Zebulon Record
CABBAGE ONION and COLLARD
all Assorted 500 Plants —5O c
1000 Plants —75 c
SWEET POTATO and TOMATO
500 Plants 75c lOOO Plants $1.25
PEPPER and EGG Plants
Georgia Paper Shell Pecans 15c lb. j
Pecan Meats —4O c
DORRIS PLANT COMPANY
FOR SALE—Cabbage Plants: 10c
per 100; 90c per 1000. Healthy
and right size for planting. Also
Mexican Big 801 l Cottonseed
co-operative rating 1 1-16 to 1
3-32 staple 38 per cent. B. B.
RICHARDSON, Zebulon, Rt. 1,
or leave orders at Record Office.
STOP THAT COUGH DUE TO
ZEBULON DRUG CO. Zebulon
HA S JUST BEEN BUILT
It has never occurred before in auto
mobile history that 25 million cars of
one make, bearing one name, have
been manufactured under one man
agement. The 25,000,000th Ford car
rolled off the Ford Rouge Plant pro
duction line on January 18, 1937.
25 million cars since 1903 . . . more
than one-third of all the cars ever
huilt ... enough cars to transport the
entire population of the United States.
The figures represent a remarkable
contribution to the social welfare, the
industrial stability and the general
progress of our country.
People respect Ford efficiency. They
know Ford uses fine materials, the
best workmanship at good wages, the
most exact precision measurements.
They know these things are passed
along to purchasers in the form of
extra value. Naturally, they like to
do business with such a company.
That is the only reason it has been
required to produce 25 million cars.
Naturally, too, they expect
more of a Ford car, more this
year than laat year more
FORD MOTOR COMPANY
Stop sniffing, can’t you
do anything wth your nose ?
Wile: Yes’m (sniff) I can (sniff)
keep it out of other folks.’ business.
ON OUR NEW \
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Are Kept Crisp and Fresh By A Continuous
Spray of Fine Mist.
See And Try Them. jj
BEEF PORK VEAL LAMB
CURED HAM BACON
Fresh Fish and Oysters.
each year than the year before. They
have every right to. The experience
gained in building 25,000,000 cars en
ables Ford to produce today a really
superb motor car at a really low price
with the Beauty, Comfort, Safety
and Performance of much more ex
The 1937 Ford V-8 combines ad
vanced design, all-steel construction,
extra body room, and brilliant brakes
with a choice of two V-type 8-cylin
der engines the most modern type
of power-plant on land, sea, or in
The 85-horsepower engine provides
s top performance with unusually good
economy for its high power.
The 60-horsepower engine gives
good performance with the greatest
gasoline mileage ever huilt into a Ford
car —and wears the lowest Ford price
tag in years.
People expect more of a Ford car
because it’s a Ford and they £et
more, for the same reason. It
is undeniably the quality car
in the low-price field.
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Hey, get out of', here, that’s my
bathtub you’ve just v used.
I thought it had a familiar ring