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THE FOUR COUJNTY NEWSPAPER—WAKE, JOHNSTON, NASH AND FRANKLIN
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. THEO. B. DAVIS |
£ D itu FELLOW?
ind Home Made Ice Creai
After the egg rolling contest or
> egg hunt there is nothing quite V:
r.’elightful as a big freezer brim- V.
Nll nf hom£_.made ice cream.
Mrs. Donald Stallings (Pauline)
is one o fthose housekeepers who
love to try out new recipes. She
gave us her latest lemon pie, and j
we like it very much. If you object
to the taste given by using flour or
cornstarch for thickening the cus
tard, try this.
Pauline said she got the recipe
from Mrs- Avon Privette, to whom
it had been given by Mrs. W. R.
Collie of Kinston. •
Beat the yolks of three eggs with
one cupful of sugar until light,
then add the juice of one lemon. To
this add a cupful of loaf bread soak
ed in all the water it will absorb,
and cook the mixture slowly untjl
it is thick, when a lump of butter
is to be stirred in. Just let your
taste and the amount of butter
you have on hand decide the size of 1
the lump Bake the crust of the
pie before pouring in the filling.
Top with a meringue made of the
whites of the three eggs beaten
with six tahlespoonsful of sugar,
added a spoonful at a time. Bake
in a very slow oven until meringue
browns. Use more lemon if you
prefer. This is the sort of pie
you like to have when company
comes or when you tell your hus
band you need a new' hat.
After reading this column last
w'eek, Mrs. Murray out at Union
Hope sent me word that she had ;
found a corncob makes a fairly
good currycomb when one does a
cow 7 a good turn by scratching her
neck or her head. And so does a
rough piece of pine bark.
But if you w r ant to see real grati- j
tule, scratch a pig.
ZEBULON. NORTH CAROLINA, FRIDAY MARCH TWENTY-SIXTH, 1937
WAKELON FINANCIAL STATEMENT
The. Circles of the Baptist W. M.
.met on Monday, the Northside
;: | 'up with Mrs. C. V. Whitley, the
•; itral with Mrs. E. C. Daniel, the
; ithside w'ith Mrs. Fred Hales,
i, c ... ,
ice th is is the last meeting for
II quarter, all circle treasurers
£.j“ asked to take to Mrs- E. C.
t the collections for the t hree
j jpnths of this year.
2 t •
A missionary program will be
given at the Batpist church next
Sunday morning and a special of
fering will be t aken for Home Mis
The W. M. S. of the
Church met on Monday p. m. in the
parsonage. Mrs. C. E. Flowers pre
sided in the absence of Mrs. Cam
pen, and also d rected the program.
Educational Advantages of Scarratt
College were discussed by Mes
dames A. R. House, Guy Massey,
:vl .J Sexton, and J. W. Bradley.
The Raleigh Sunday School As
sociation w'ill hold a meeting with
the church at Cary on next Sunday
afternoon. Rev. T .S. Lawrence is
pastor and will preside over the
meeting. It is hoped that the Zeb
ulon church may be well represent
Church School, 10 A. M., Dr. J. F.
Coletrane, Supt. Everybody be on
time rain or shine Wanted 160
Opportunity to be given for
Christening babies at 11. Easter
sermon and apporpriate music.
Members to be received.
Preaching at 7:30; topic, “The
Resurrection of the Body.”
Cordial invitaiton to all.
ME DUN’S CAFE
Mr. Medlin whose case building
was purchased by Debnam Hard
ware Co. some months ago has
his new case 4nd grocery building
so near completion that he says
i’ll have a few groceries and
inks in by Saturday but that “it’ll
the middle of next week before
okin’ and eatin’ ” will begin.
VDITION of the TREASURY
(For Last Fiscal Week)
ficit, Fiscal Year $1,891,360,760
blic Debt $34,529,845,720
Vlrs. W. C. Campen and Mrs. G.
’arbee spent the weekend with
in Pamlico f!nn»»«—
Wakelon’s 55 juniors entertained
the 43 members of the senior classi
at a banquet on Friday night of
last week. Additional guests were
faculty members, members of the
school board and their wives, and
room representatives of the P. -T.
A., who brought the number pres
ent to 130. Under the supervision
of Mrs. J. W. Valentine, Misses
Mary Palmer and Esther Lee Cox
of Wakelon’s high school faculty,
the occasion was most enjoyable.
A booklet entitled “Memories”
held the. class rolls of seniors and
jui tors with the date; names of
faculty members; the menu, which
was given in nautical terms; the
evening’s program; and blank pag
es for autographs and memories.
The program protrayed a ship
with officers and crew and the dec
orations in red and white empha
sized the idea. Margaret Watson
as captain welcomed the guests.
The junior class song was given by
the crew. Evelyn Carroll as first
mate toasted the seniors, the re
sponse being made by Mike Eddins.
Thomas Dell, second mate, toasted
the school board and Dr. Massey re
sponded. A quartet of cabin boys
sang. Bruce Williams, boatswain,
toasted the faculty to which Mr.
Moser replied. Cornelia Herring',
steward, gave a toast to grade
parents with Mrs. C. M. Watson
responding. The toast to cooks
was by Ercell Littleton as sea-cook.
A group of sailors danced. Anne
Hicks gave a reading and the last
number was Shipmates Forever by
After this the guests were invit
ed to the gymnasium where danc
ing was enjoyed. Here decorations
again were carried out in red and
EASTER EGG HUNT
There will be an Easter Egg
Hunt at the church playground,
Friday, March 26, at 4:00 o’clock
for all ch ldren.
Children are requested to bring
eggs- The mothers are invited
Mrs. Hunter Bell,
An ad in a daily of last Sunday
stated that two men were wanted
to do “thirty days work between
the ages of thirty and forty-five.”
Sounds like a nice job for those
who care to work only two days a
T egroes Held in Murder Case
Moss and Dolly Worley,
are in jail in Raleigh
with the killing of the
husband, Walter Worley,
.imed that Dolly tried for
•ks to kill her husband
him ground glass in his
had little effect, though
to have found some of it
ht it was grit. Worley
ith a logging crew and
Net Receipts Since Last Statement
Dec. 15, 1936 Cash Balance
(Last Statement) $227.31
Dec- 15, 1936 Picture Show 1.60
Jan. 7 Lunch Room (4th mo.) 50.50
Jan. 7. Southern Bell Telephone
Co. Refund 1.04
Jan. 20 Dormitory rent 41.00
Feb. 5 Minstrel Play 31.05
Feb. 8 Lunch Room (sth mo.) 52.68
Feb. 22 Dormitory rent 39 00
Feb. 23 Basket Ball Game 17.61
Mar. 2 Basket Ball Game 13.65
Mar. 4 Basketball Game 12.10
Mar. 11 Basketball Game 8.25
Mar. 11 Lunch room (6th m0.)45.0l
Mar. 12 Dormitory Rent 39.00
Total Receipts $580.30
Dec- 18 Sou. Bell. Tel. Co. 3.55
Dec. 18 The W llis Music Co.
(St'iiool Music) 13.69
Dec. 18 Zebulon Drug Co. acct.
Dec. 18 Carolina P & LCo. 7.90
Dec. 18 Lewis Sptg. Co. acct. 25.00
Feb 8 R. E. Hawkins (Wortc on
Feb. 8 A. V. Medlin (50 trips
to Raleigh transporting
Gymnasium workmen) 200.00
Feb. 8 Zebulon Supply Co.
(Mattresses for dorm.) 39.00
Feb. 18 Carolina P & L Co. 7.86
Feb. 18 Southern B. & T. Co. 4 55
Feb. 18 Lewis Sptg. Co. 30.00
Total Disbursements $348.70
March 15 Balance Cash on
C. S. CHAMBLEE,
PLAN PLAY NIGHT
As a meeting of the local Recrea
tion Committee here on Wednesi
day night Miss Louise Dickinson,
District Supervisor, and Miss
Catherine Donlon, Wake County
Supervisor were present.
Since the treasury is empty and
funds are needed for purchasing
equipment for the playground,
plans were made for Play Night
in the gymnasium at Wakelon on
Thursday night, April 1.
A basketball game will be one
feature of the entertainment In
addition a game will be played by
business men of the community—
whose business is NOT Basketball.
Other stunts will be presented and
Miss Dorlon promises to brifig
down the Dixie Hot Shots from
Raleigh. The Hot Shots are boysi
from the Caraleigh Recreation
Center and their performance has
won much praise.
had been told by fellow-workers
that his wife and Moss were too in
t mate, but is said to have replied
that “Dolly wouldn’t play like
that.” Finally, finding Moss in his
home, Worley became angered and
the killing is held to be the result.
Moss contends that the woman did
the stabbing, while she declared
the assailant was an unidentified
man on the highway.
Since I’ve been riding a bicycle
to and from work, when the weath
er permits, people have again be
gun shaking their heads, and tap
ping them gently with a forefinger.
Up to the present I thought they
were tipping their hats, but re
cently I’ve noticed that of
them don’t have on hats. I just
want to thank those doing this
for their courtesy. I may not have
seen some of them, but I’m sure
they realize that riding a bicycle
is hard work, and the effoi’t it
takes to say “howdy” if transfer
red into energy and conveyed to
my pedal appendagesi would fur
nish the necessary locomotion to
carry me a block, more or less.
However, I am forced to believe
that Brown person of the banking
service doesn’t exactly smile,
he laughs out loud. I don’t mind
it though, because I think he’s
just jealous of my new red bicy
cle. Yah! Yah!
' Did you ever notice how people
give the wrong impression with
th ngs they say ? They mean well,
, but they just slip up and say the
wrong thing. For instance —
I went into a drug store recently
and asked for a certain brand of
pills and while the druggist was
' wrapping them he commented
“These surely are good pills—
my sister took them till she died”.
Os course the pills didn’t kill
her, and I knew what he meant —
but the way it sounded.
While my w fe was recuperating
from double pneumonia in Mary
Elizabeth Hospital last year, one
of the local ministers would ask
concerning her condition each day.
After every conversation, he would
end with— “Well, I hope she gets
well”. Os course I understood, but
It was amusing
! Mrs. C. T- Williams wasi taken to
i the hospital with pneumonia a few
! years ago, and Mr. Williams gave
the hospital my father’s telephone
! number which they were to call in
j case Mrs. Williams became worse,
j Mr. Williams was up early one
i morning and glancing up the road,
J saw Dad’s car coming at a fast clip
j toward him. The car came on into
; the yard and pulled up beside Bro.
Everyone knows how slowly
my father talks when he tries and
he dragged out— “Well, I’ve got
some news for you. (without smil
ing). Mr. Williams’ heart stopped
momentarily and he gulped “What
.is it?” “The hospital phoned and
sa d your wife is, that is— your
w fe— er, they said for you to come
after her. She’s, well enough to
Mr Williams still contends that
“the Preacher shouldn’t have done
me like that’’.
I The Swashbuckler.