THE ZEBULON RECORD, ZEBULON, NORTH CAROLINA, FRIDAY, JUNE ELEVENTH, 1937
Is True Freedom but to break
Fetters for our own dear sake,
And with leathern hearts forget
That we owe mankind a debt?
No! True Freedom is to share
All the chains our brothers wear,
And with heart and hand to be
Earnest to make others free.
Ted Pippin is playing baseball
this summer with a team in Con
necticutt. He was in school at
Oak Ridge during the past year.
Friendsi here are interested in
the announcement of the marriage
on April 19 of Miss Velma Webb of
Mount Airy to Mr. James Gray of
Enfield and Zebulon. Mr. Gray
has been for some time with Sted
man’s Store here. Mrs. Gray taught
seventh grade at Wakelon for three
years, and will teach art in the
summer school at Wake Forest
College this summer.
Miss Jocelyn House is at home
after completing her junior work at
Meredith College during the school
year just ended
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Winstead of
Ransomville spent Sunday here
with their daughter, Mrs. Irby D.
Mrs. W. C. Campen entertained
the Wednesday Afternoon Bridge
Club last week.
Miss Sadie Fleming of Boonville,
who is in Raleigh for the summer
monthst, spent the weekend here
with her sister, Mrs. C. V. Whitley.
Misses Erveane Massey and
Mary Ballentine came from Wash
ington, D. C., to spend last week
end with their respective families
Mr. and Mr* William Bunn have
gone to Chicago where the former
will take a special course as radio
Mr. and Mrs. Talmadge Denton
of Washington, D. C. are here this
week visiting the E. P. Dentons
and other relatives.
Mrs. Charles Maynard of Raleigh
and her sister, Miss Margaret Lewis
of Wendell were in Zebulon on
Tuesday. Miss Lewis arrived home
from W. C. U. N. C. at Greensboro
last week and returns in a few
days for summer school.
Mis» Juanita Rhodes of Wake
field was among the graduates of
the two-year course at E. C- T. C.
Mrs. W. D. Spencer is making
a good recovery from a serious op
eration which she underwent at
Rex Hospital on Wednesday of last
Mrs. Allan Pippin was carried to
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Duke Hospital on Wednesday of
last week for treatment and re
turned home on Saturday. She is
thought to be improving.
Ferd Davis left Monday to en
roll for the nine weeks course in
summer school at Mars Hill College.
Ralph House is at home after a
year’s work at Campbell College,
where he was a member of the
Mi. and Mrs. Wallace G. Temple
announce the birth of a daughter,
Martha Eason, at Mary Elizabeth
Hospital on Thursday, June 3rd.
tyrs. Temple formerly was Miss
Mr. and Mrs W. N. Pitts return
ed on Sunday from a stay of sev
eral days at Seven Springs where
they went for the benefits derived
from the mineral waters.
Misses Frankie Hall and Martha
Bailey Flowers have come home
from W. C. U. N. C. where they
were students during the term just
Mrs. M. J. Sexton went to Dur
ham on Thursday of last week to
bring home her dauhter, Miss Edna
Earle Sexton, student in Duke Uni
Mi® Floyd visited Mrs. Pittman
Stell during the last weekend.
Missi Floyd was Mrs. Stell’s nurse
during her critical illness last year.
Ted Thayer of Washington, D. C.
was t guest of Sprite Barbee for
some days, leaving on Monday of
this week He was one of the
Forum speakers and also made a
most interesting talk at the Metho
dist church Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Zollie Culpepper ar
rived in Zebulon on Sunday evening
from Louisburg, where they have
been for some time.
Mise Dorthaleen Hales, formerly
of Wakelon school apd Zebulon now
of Raleigh, has been voted the out
standing woman student in the sen
ior class at State College. Miss
Hales iE a granddaughter of Mrs.
Geo|rge Temple, who lives here
with her son, L. R. Temple.
Miss, Mary Louise Robertson left
for Greenville on Wednesday morn
ing to attend summer school at E.
C. T. C.
Mrs. N. A. Morris, of Charlotte,
arrived on Wednesday for a visit
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
Mrs. Wallace Chamblee is in
Georgia with her sister, Mm Jo
sey, formerly Miss Mary Eberhart
Mrs. Josey’s two-year-old daugh
ter died recently, only a few days
after the birth of a second child to
her parents. Mr. Chamblee went
down for the funeral.
Immediately after graduating
from E. C. T. C. at Greenville on
last Monday, June 7, Miss Oleta
Chambled and a group of friends
went to Immanuel Baptist Church
in that city where the pastor, the
Rev. Mr. Patrick, married her to
Mr. J. Preston Smith, Jr., of Green
ville and New Beriv The bride wore
her graduation cap and gown. Mrs.
Smith is the only daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Cleveland Chamblee of
After June 15 the young couple
will be at home in New Bern.
Honoring Miss Pattie Rue Den
ton, bride-elect of June, Mrs. Philip
Massiey entertained Tuesday even
ing at a Bingo party and miscella
Miss Gertrude Carter won first
prize and Miss Pattie Rue Denton
Miss Denton received many use
ful and attractive gifts.
The hostess, assisted by Mrs.
Fred Page and Miss Anne Massey,
served a delicious ice course. A
color scheme of pink and white
was carried out in appointments
Announcement has been made of
the engagement of Miss* Pattie
Rue Denton to C. H. Abernathy, of
Nashville. The marriage will take
place at an early date. Miss Den
ton is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
E. P- Denton, of Zebulon.
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Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Parker, of
Zebulon, announce the engage
ment of their daughter, Hildreth
Gertrude, to J. Jeff Crowder, of
Raleigh. The wedding will take
place in July.
Willard Gill and Eiarkton Antone
went to Atlanta on last Saturday,
returning on Wednesday of thisi
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D. D. Chamblee from Waverty,
Va. and J W. Chamblee from
Richmond, Va., recently visited
their parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
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