IF IT IS RIGHT
‘lf it is right, there is no other
Brave words to speak, and braver
still to live;
A flag to guide the battle of each
A motto that will peace and cour
“If it is right, there is no other
Wise words that clear the tangle
from the brain;
Pleasure may whisper, doubt may
And self may argue, but it speaks
“If it is right, there is no other
This is the voice of God, the call of
Happy the man who hears it to
And follows onward, upward, from
The many friends of Mr. and
Mrs. Claude Dunn were glad to
welcome them home to spend the
weekend with Mrs. Dunn’s parents,
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Liles,
Miss Mildred Gupton of Spring
Hope and Miss Ruth Southall were
the weekend guests of Misses Ge
neva Seawell and Lula Grey Med
Messrs. M. D. and J. M. McLeod
and Miss Mary McLeod of Eliza
bethtown were weekend guests of
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Bunn, Jr.
Mrs. Lou Wheless came from
Wake Forest to sipend a few days
in the home of her brother, M. S.
Chamblee. She went to Middlesex
on Wednesday to stay until Friday
when she will return to Mr. Cham
Mrs. Norman Screws, Misis Caro
wan, Stanley Shorr and Hubert
Watson were prizewinners at Zeb
ulon Drug Store on last Saturday
night. Mr. Daniel has a change of
plan scheduled for next Saturday
night w'hen a winner of one prize
will be ineligible for another.
M. S. Chamblee left Monday for
a trip to the eastern section of the
state. He will be away all week.
Miss Ruby Bridgers spent last
weekend at E. C. T. C., Greenville,
with her sisiter, Miss Lorraine
Mrs. H. E. Mann werffr to a Ral
eigh hospital Tuesday for a minor
operation. She expects to return
Mr. and Mrst H. E. Davis of
Wendell, Route 2, announce the
birth of a daughter at Rex Hos
pital on February 16. Mrs. Davis
was formerly Miss Lena Jones of
Wendgll Route 2.
Miss Evelyn Antone is sipending
some time with her sister, Mrs.
Johnnie Joseph, in Franklinton.
Visitors for the day in the home
of the L. M. Masseys oil last Sun
day were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Nelms
and daughter, Jocelyn; Mr. and
Mrs. John Evans and daughter,
Nancy, all of Nashville.
On Tuesday evening Mrs. L. M.
Massey was hostess at dinner to
Mrs. G. S. Barbee and Misses Stell
and white, teachers of her daugh
ter, Carolyn, at Wakelon. Mrs. Ro
bert Dawson was also a guest.
Mrs A. C. Dawson, Mrs. L. M.
Massey and Miss Ruby Dawson
spent Friday of last week in Dur
Miss Margaret Barrow was in
bed with influenza most of last
week, but is able to be out again.
Her mother, Mrs. J. K. Barrow,
has also suffered an attacak of the
Miss Dorothy Barrow was kept
from her work a part of thisi week
by influenza. Her grade is being
taught by Mrs. Philip Massey.
Miss Captin is giving demonstra
tions of cosmetics in Beauty Treat
ments at Zebulon Drug thisi week.
Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Whitford of
Durham and Mr. and Mrs. R. L.
Stephenson and Miss Davis of Wil
son visdted in the home of Mrs.
Janet Conn on Sunday.
W. W. Whitfield and family have
moved to Pine Level after living
for about nine years on the Rich
ardson farm just west of Zebulon.
They will be greatly missed here.
In another column Mr. Whitfield
offers for sale his farming imple
ments and machinery.
Mrs. Starkey Hoyle is now em
ployed in the Wakelon lunch room,
working with Mrs. Lit Jones, who
has been there for several yearsi.
A letter from Mrs. J. P. Winston
to the associate editor of the Re
cord states that Mrsi Winston will
remain for some time in Texas
with her son, William Winston.
She likes the Lone Star State, but
wishes! to keep in touch with home
folks and asks that her copy of
the paper be mailed to Brownsville
Mrs. F. E. Bunn was hostess to
the Wednesday Afternoon Club
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Mock of To
ledo, Ohio, stopped in Zebulon for
a sihort while Wednesday to see
Mrs. C. V. Whitley, a friend of
Flower Seed QT?¥7 rv Q Lespedeza
All Kinds *3 Hi Hi U iJ Oats, Potatoes
Plant Now, Lespedeza, Oats,. Wheat, Rye, Flowers, Garden
Peas, Cabbage, Beets, Kale, Tomatoes.
WANTED:—Peas, Corn. Pay Cash.
HAY, FERTILIZER, SODA, MEAL
A. G. KEMP Zebulon, N. C.
And For That Reason
PRICES are SLASHED AGAIN
THIS STORE IS POSITIVELY GOING OUT OF BUSI
NESS, AND EVERY ITEM OF MERCHANDISE
MUST BE MOVED
DON’T DELAY - COME TODAY
LARGE STOCK OF SHOES MEN’S UNDERWEAR
LADIES’ BLOOMERS AND STEP-INS LADIES’
UNDERWEAR MEN’S SHIRTS, BELTS, SUS
PENDERS PIECE GOODS ALL
KINDS OF NOTIONS
HINNANT & HENDERSON
WENDELL, N. C.
the days when they
On Monday, February 15, at the
home of her sister, Mrs. C. V. Whit
ley, Miss Ruth Fleming of Boon
ville and Winsiton-Salem was quiet
ly married to Mr. Frank P. Poin
dexter, also of Winston Salem. The
ceremony was performed at eleven
o’clock in the morning by the Rev.
J. P. Davis of Boonville, pastor ,of
both the bride and bridegroom. On
ly relatives of t!he couple were pres
ent. There were no attendants.
The bride wore a traveling suit
of navy blue with gray blouse and
blue accessories. Her shoulder
corsage was of orchids and lily of
Mrs*. Poindexter, the daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. M. V. Fleming of
Boonville, graduated at Oxford
College and did graduate work at
North Carolina College for Wo
men. She has taught in the schools
of Forsyth and Yadkin counties,
and has for several yearsi been sec
retary to T. H. Cash, .Supt. of
Forsyth County schools. Mr. Poin
dexter is wholesale manager of
Motor Sale Company. He is the
son of the late Mr. and Mrs. A. R.
Poindexter and was educated at
Immediately after the ceremony
Mr. and Mrs. Poindexter left for
a motor trip down the coast to
Florida. After March 1 they will
be at home in Winston-Salem.
Coming to Zebulon for the occas
ion were: Miss Sadie Fleming, sis
ter of the bride; Mrs. J. A. Speas,
Mrs. Helen Cox and lttle daughter,
Mollie Lou, of Boonville; Mr. and
Mrs. Bob Lee and daughter, Nan
cy, of Raleigh.
ZEBULON HATCHERY Baby
Chicks each Wednesday. U. S.
approved, pullorum tested.
Barred Rocks, Rhode Island
Reds, White and Brown Leg
& r <t
You Will Find A Full Line of
NEW SPRING GOODS
SUITS HATS SHOES DRESSES
Beautiful Printed Crepes in New Shades
ALL WINTER STOCK DRASTICALLY REDUCED
ZEBULON PHONE 2291
To Jttake NEW FRIENDS
AND Keep THE OLD
Your telephone is a means of quick personal contact ,
with those friends and relatives whom you do not visit
as often as you would like, especially those who live in
More and more people who are separated by distances
are using “long distance” telephone service to keep
friendships alive and to maintain family ties. The relief
from anxiety and the pleasure of hearing a friendly,
cheerful voice, gives satisfaction and value which are
Yet the cost of a telephone conversation between
friends or relatives who are miles apart is surprisingly
low. You can get an idea of the low cost of “long dis
tance” from the lists of cities and rates which you will
find in the front section of your telephone directory.
If the town you wish to call is not listed in the front
of your telephone directory, just ask your “long dis
tance” operator. She will gladly quote rates to any point.
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