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THE FOUR COUNTY NEWSPAPER— WAKE, JOHNSTON, NASH AND FRANKLIN
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MRS. THEO. B. DAVIS
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Mrs. Cleve Chamblee sent me
one of the nicest dishotoths I ever
saw. It is double, is made of some
thing that looks like a cross, be
tween drawnwork and crochet, and
is nicely hemmed. She also sent
a note sayin.% she thought she had
me beat on dishrags and asked
my opinion. Honesty compels me
to admit'that sue is most probably
right, if one does not mind a bit
of extra expense—for I’m pretty
sure the one she sent me cost more
than two and one-half cents.
N. B.: I am perfectly willing, even
glad, to be put in the wrong by as
many readers as will back up their
arguments with nice, Dew' dishrags.
“Reading maketh a full man” —
or woman. Our son’s wife is usual
ly a quiet little thing, letting the
rest of us monopolize the speaking
parts in any acts we put on, but at
dinner last Saturday she suddenly
remarked that Ted had read to her
from a book on the art of conver
sation and that she knew all about
how to proceed. She said one must
lead up to an interesting topic,
“like this”. And turning to me she
inquired politely, “You won’t have
a cigar, will you?” I hadn’t read
the book and didn't know what 1
was supposed to answer, but it did
n’t matter. We laughed .and whoop
ed while Evelyn kept trying to tell
us what conversation is. Finally
she admitted that she did go to
sleep while Ted was reading to her;
but she had gathered that the way
to be a good conversationalist is
mostly to listen attentively to
what t he other person says. I’m
sure that definition can’t be beat.
And judged by that standard,
Evelyn is the best in our family.
DR. CHAS E. FLOWERS
Physician and Surgeon
8:30 - 10 a.m. l-3 p.m.
Phone Off. 2881 Res. 2961
Back of Frank Kannans’
DR. L. M. MASSEY
Hrs. 9 a.m. to 5 p. m.
Office in Zebulon Drug Bldg
Farm Loans Real Estate
Fire Wind Life
See me if you need any kind
D. D. CHAMBLEE’
At Dr. Barbee’s office, Zebulon N
C. t every second Tuesday from 10
a. m. to 3 p. m. Next visit will be
TUESDAY, APRIL 13th, 1937
Watch Makers Jewelry
ZEBULON. NORTH CAROLINA, FRIDAY, MARCH TWELFTH, 1937
OPEN FORUM TONIGHT 8 O'CLOCK
TO MEET TUESDAY
The general meeting of the Wo
man’s Club for March will be held
on Tuesday afternoon of next week,
March 16. Mrs. F. L* Page, in
charge of the program, will direct
a study of poems. Mrs. I’age re
quests that each member bring to
the club a favorite poem to be
mentioned in connect on with the
Because of a conflict in speaking
dates Mrs. Henderson could not
come to Zebulon to address the
Garden Club as had been planned
for last Tuesday. The new date is
Thursday of next week, March 18,
and all members are urggd to at
With the new year Zebulon has
begun a building boom.
The old Harris Hardware store is
fast being transformed into a I
modern theatre. Excavations have
been made for an elevated floor,
the second story has been lowered
for a balcony and concrete is being
poured for the floor. When com
pleted Zebulon will have one of the
most commodious and comfortable
show houses in this section.
On the adjoining lot to the thea
tre M. C. Medlin is erecting a brick
building to house a modern case.
The walls are rapidly rising and
Mr. Medlin hopes to open a first
class eating place by April first.
On tba same block Worth Hinton:
is tearing down the old wooden j
store house preparatory to erect
| g a brick structure to house his
■y cleaning and pressing plant,
i W. N. Pitts has purchased the
,'o-story residence formerly own
j Jj by the late Mrs. J. D. Davis. He |
11 (i*s had it painted and made other,
I provements on it.
(William, Horton has rebuilt the
I Horton home, which was badly
maged by fire last year and is
iiajk. S. Hinton has put a new roof,
[' i his home on the lot adjoining
Davis house and has also added
jew porch and made other re-
- building which has housed ■
rth Hinton’s dry cleaning es-!
■ishment is being repaired and
for another business
' I ther building or rebuilding may
I process. We have* listed
I a, gh for a real show of progress, j
More Sitdown Strikers
f e new tac£7cs of strikers con- j
I to spread. From cooks toj
1 Te students sitdown protests I
I ist undesirable cond tions con
to be made. Madame Perkins,;
of labor, is quoted as I
said the sitdown strike has,'
L -en proved illegal. The" ques-1
js receiving much study and
r 'claim thaf its results will in!
«g run be worse than the con
i' it seeks to change.
The Baptist \y. M. S. met at the
church on Monday p. m. The pro
gram, directed by Mrs,. C. V. Whit
ley, was based on Home Missions,
and was a part of the special study
for the Week of Prayer for this
cause. Mrs* Wiley Valentine made
the main talk, giving a compre
hensive ard interesting review of
“Follow Me”, a new m ssion study
book by Mrs. Una Roberts Law
rence. She was followed by Mrs.
Herring who discussed work with
the Indians in this state.
Because Easter Monday is the
time for the regular meeting of the
Northside Circle, the date as been
advanced to next Monday p. m.
Mrs. C. V. Whitley will be hostess.
An unusually large congregation
heard Pastor Herring at the Baptist
chuich last Sunday morning. On
next preaching day Mr. Herring
w 11 conduct a special, service for
young people, with older persons
urged to attend also.
The W. M. S. of Wakefield is,
observing the special season of
prayer today. Members of the
Zebulon W. M. S. and church are
.invited to attend the all-day meet
ing in the church at Wakefield.
P. -T. A. MEETING
Tht monthly metjin|!: of the
Wakelon P. -T. A. met Tuesday
evening in the school auditorium.
A vqry interesting program of
songs and a playlet by pupils of
the elementary school was, given.
Reports were called for by Mrs. J.
E. Gill, president. Mrs. Andrew
Jones reported that students in the
elementary and high schools had
read over 1,000 books from the li
brary during the month.
After the business meeting, Prof.
E. H. Moser introduced Rev. J. W.
Bradley, patsor of the local Meth
odist church. Mr- Bradley spoke on
things to be done fn the home and
among the teachers to make the
school a success. Among them he
mentioned the teaching of obed
ience to children by parents. He
also said parents should discuss
those things concerning a child that
a teacher ought to know. A teach
er* should never be criticised before
a child. Teachers should visit in
the homes of their students so as to
know the home and thus appre
ciate the home problems of the
child as well as the advantages. He
emphasized the fact that no matter
how well teachers might instruct,
the student must remember that he
learns for himself.
SHOOTING NEAR ZEBULON
On last Sunday morning Henry
Ferrell was shot by Romas Horton
as a climax to a blackjack game.
Both are Negroes. Horton was ar
rested by deputy G. C. Massey and
was taken o Raleigh, where he is
held in jail wifTfout bond. Ferrell
was taken to a hospital where it
was found that the bullet had torn
his liver and there was scant hope
for his recovery.
The third of the open forums
at Wakelon school will be Friday
night at 8:00 o’clock. The two pre
vious, ones very good, but this
one should appeal to every member
of the family. The subject to be
discussed is The Future of the
American Home. The speaker will
he Dr. Chas; N. Burrows, Profes
sor of Sociology, Simpson College,
lowa. Dr. Eurrows has just com
pleted a series of open forums in
California, Texas, and Kansas. He
is an outstanding character in the
field of Sociology. He was reared
on a farm in Missouri and educated
at Wesleyan and Harvard Uni
Following Dr. Burrows address
thirty minutes will be given to the
audience to ask questions or give
their views on the subject under
cons deration. It is hoped that the
auditorium will be filled with peo
ple and afford an unusual oppor
tunity to hear a national character
discuss one of t he vital questions
of the day. Come out to hear Dr.
Burrows at 8:00 o’clock, Friday
DR. BULLA AT
WAKELON MARCH 24
Dr. Bulla, County Health Officer,
will be at Wakelon on Wednesday
morning, March 24. from 9:30 to
11:30” to make examination of all
children expecting to enter school
next fall. Parents will please bring
their children between 9:30 and
11:30 Wednesday, March 24. They
are asked not to forget the time
and to bring their children on that
On Monday n ght of this week
the Zebulon All-Stars played Mid
dlesex All-Stars in the Wakelon
gymnasium. Two teams—boys and
girls—from eacn place met and in
each case Zebulon players won.
The score for girls was 20-g in
favor of the locals, while the h,ome
boys made 29-17. Girls playing for
Zebulon were: Geraldine and Meryl
Massey, Ruth Green, Mary Mar
garet Finch, Kay Kemp, Miss
Christiana McFayden* and Mrs.
Boys team: Worth Hinton, Frank
Kemp, Sam Narron, G. C. Pearce,!
Otha Batten, Wilbur Parrish, Dal
On Tuesday night t he All-Star
g rls played the Raleigh Recreation
Team at the Wiley School in Ral
eigh, winning by a score of 36-23.
I'layers were 'he same as on Mon
day night, except that Miss Mc-
Fayden did not play and Lib Pearce
and Kay Kemp did.
Coaches for these teams are Mrs.
Frank Kemp and Worth Hinton.
To Adjourn March 18
North Carolina’s General Assem
bly has voted to adjourn on March
18 and Wednesday of this week
was set as the deadline for new
bills to be introduced. Thursday
was set for the much discussed
trip of the legislators to Edenton
where much of the state’s early
history had its setting. New bills
were being rushed in for intro
duction before Wednesday.
Little Roy Wilson, son of Mr.
and Mrs. J. C. Wilson of our city
may not be exactly according to
Hoyle when it comes, to giving
answer* to riddles in his Ist grade
reader, but he certainly shows a
of logic that is wonderful t 6
Roy s mother was, helping him
one night recently with his lesson
when they came to one of the afore
‘‘What is if,*’ read our hero,
“that stands up straight, and has
a bald head?”.
“Aw, that's, easy,” he comment
ed, “It’s a preacher.”
I believe you have someth ng
• I never hear E’ernice Bunn
laugh that I aVn not reminded
of our trip to Florida a couple of
summers ago. So many things hap
pened on that trip that ages would
be required to fell them all.
One particular episode of the
trip occurred in Atlanta where we
stopped on the way down on busi
We had just rounded a corner
when a police officer stepped from
behind a parked car directly in our
path. Jamming on all the brakes
possible, I was barely able to stop
in the nick of time.
The officer nodded his head and
looked sternly Tn my direction. I
was glad to dr.ve on much more
carefully, but no so with Bernice.
Sticking his head out the rear
window, Bernice Guffawed in the
cop’s face. “Hec-000-waah. We like
to of got you that time! Whoo-eee
The officer stopped in the middle
of the street and watched us until
we rounded a corner some six
blocks further along. I have often
wondered just what he thought
as he watched us disappear down
the traffic lined street.
t'robably no other wholesale gro
ceryman in this section is more
widely known than Bernice. And I
daresay that his laugh has sold
more orders than all the high pres
sure talk on the market today.
Zebulons main thoroughfare is
fast becom ng the center of a
building and business boom, npless*
What, with several Electric
concerns rushing to open and a
theatre in the making, a new dry
cleaning plant, case, Drug Store,
et cetera and et cetera, we have
taken on new TTfe, and may there
be no dying.
The Oxford Singing Class wfill
be at Wakelon School auditorium on
the evening of April first. This
s one of the best evening’s en
tertainment coming to this com
munity and it is hoped a full house
will greet them.