Pleasant Hill News
On May 30, Mrs. B. Rirhardson
of Zebulon attended the memorial
serivce at Wakeifeld and took din
ner with her sister, Mrs. H. H.
Mrs. W. P. Richardson of Union
Chapel section spent last week with
her daughter, Mrst Jasper Oakley
Mrs. Oba Horton was rushed to
Mary Elizabeth Hospital last Tues
day. Relatives report she is getting
on fairly well.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Hood and child
ren of Boonville visited their mother
Mrs. E. E. Hood, and other rela
tives several days recently.
We are sorry to report Mrs.
Powell Puryear is confined to her
bed and hope she will soon be up.
Many people in this section en
joyed the sermons at Wakefield
last week by Rev. Lucias Evans.
Rev. Sexton of Rocky Mount,
pastor of Union Chapel, with Mr.
and Mrs- O. W. Thorne, called to
see Mrs. Powell Puryear Sunday.
Thursday of last week Mr. and
Mrs. Joe Knott had as supper
guests Mrs. Jim Keith and Rev.
Lucias Evans and family of Knight
dale and Rev. Carl Ousley and wife
Mrs. Oris Horton’s sister and her
husband of New York visited here
Mrs. W. M. Hood spent one day
last week with her brother, Roger
Philips of Zebulon.
Mrs. Sallie Horton is visiting her
Son B. K. Horton.
Mr and Mrs. W. E. Critcher and
children of Raleigh called to see
their sister, Mrs. H. H. Hood last
We were sorry to hear of the al
most fatal accident of Miss Eliza
beth Hawkins of this section last
Friday afternoon when at Proc
tor’s lake near here a raft she was
standing on turned over plunging
she and her brother-in-law, Cecil
Carter, in 8 feet of water. Jarvis
Proctor and Devan Barlus who had
also been thrown by the capsizing
float struggled with the pair. From
the onlookers ashore scout Ponton
and Reynolds raced into the water
and swam 100 feet to assist their
troop mates. Those on land watch
ed the rescue and worked with the
girls sister, Mrs. Cecil Carter, who
fainted before the 14 year old boys
reached shore with her sister. Use
ing scouts’ chin hold, Ponton tow
ed her toward the bank alongside,
Reynolds supported her with the
chest carry. Together they hauled
her in. The boy scouts applied the
life saving principles taught them
by W. P. Baker, scout master, and
after five minutes Miss Hawkins
Mrs- Cotter Stephenson, of Ben
son, called on Sunday afternoon to
see her son, DeWitt Creech, who
resides at B'at Creech’a
Mrs. R. G. Wilder is not able to
be up all the time.
Mrs. Lee and L. A. Hocutt and
their families had as guests thru
the week end Willie Broadwell and
family, of Richmond, Va.
Mrs. Grace Howell and son, Rex,
accompanied her brother, Joe
Richardson back to Towson, Md.,
Sunday. He spent the week end
Mr. and Mrs. Pete Renfrow, of
Brooklyn, N. Y., were the guests of
W. E Layton and family last week.
Nance Driver and family, of
Hales Chapel, spent Sunday with
L. T. Davis and family.
Remember our Sunday School at
10 A. M. and B. Y. P. U. at 8 P. M.
Joe Brown, 4-H club member in
Wataugua County, reports that his
baby Toeef cattle gained 108 pounds
in 30 days. The animal is being
grown for the beef cattle club
show at Asheville this fall.
THE ZEBULON RECORD. ZEBULON. NORTH CA,
WHISKEY NO ANTIDOTE
Young men leaving on a tropical
expedition were warned by the cu
rator of a museum at Singapore to
remember that whiskey is no anti
dote against the poison of snake
bites. He emphasized especially
the fact that whiskey is no help
should one be bitten by a cobra
When you lay away for a rainy
day, be certain the bag has no holes,
Large shipment of Voiles, Organdies and Dotted Swiss
You should see them to appreciate their value
FLOWER’S 5c to $5.00 STORE
Zebulon, N. C.
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IN, LIQUID OR TABLET FORM ||
FAIR IN EARLY FAI^
I Zebulon will have thefl
■ County Fair this fall
i week of Sept. 27-Oct. 2. Thßll
-of prizes will be published aW
- date not far distant and they uq
r be worth working for. The usui
i amusements will be featured an
an effort is being made to surpaj
all that has been shown here a
' fore. Fair promoters are E. 1
I, Gill and Wade Privette. '
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Zebulon, North ■
DR J. F. COLTRM
Office 1 •
M. J. SEXTON
DR. CHAS E. FLOWERS
Physician and Surgeon
Office hv. ~s
8:30 - 10 a.m. l-3 p.m.
Phone Off. 2881 Res. 2961
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., every second Tuesday from 10
a. m. to 3 p. m. Next visit will be
TUESDAY, JULY 13, 1937
PLUMBING AND ]
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+ Peas $2.50 SFFDS Wanted Com \
| Soy Beans $2.00 O£jEj U O sj m Bushel ;
% Snaps. Lima. Navy, Beans, Melon. Okra, Beet, Lettuce, \
% Tomato, Squash, Sudan Grass, Millet, Cane, Rape \
* Com, Fertilizer, Soda, Meal, Hay, $25.00 Ton, <
+ Plows, Casting, Hardware, Harness,
+ Shoes, Paris Green, Arsenate lx*ad, *
| . WANTED:—Corn sl.OO cash. ;
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LITTLE RIVER ICE CO.
Quality and Service
CAROLINA POWER AND
Electricity is Cheap
A. A. WELLS
Wood and Iron Worker
any tool oi implement on the
Zebulon, N. C.
All Work Guaranteed
Zebulon, N. C.
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