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TO ONE IN PARADISE
Thou vvast that all to me, love.
For which my soul did pine
A preen isle in the sea, love,
A fountain and a shrine,
All wreathed with fairy fruits and
And all the flowers were mine.
Now all my days are trances,
And all my nightly dreams
Are where thy prey eye plances,
And where thy footstep pleams -
In what ethereal dances,
E'y what eternal stream.
Edpar Allen Poe
James Creech came home from
the hospital on Thursday of last
week having recovered sufficiently
for the trip after an operation for
S. P. Gill has returned to his j
work in Baltimore after a week’s
visit at home- His mother, Mrs.:
Victoria Gill, and sister, Miss Ca
trina Gill accompanied him on the
return trip, which was made
through the country.
Mrs. R. G. Williams of Raleigh
has returned home after visiting in
the home of her cousin, G. K. Cor
A message from V. R. Brantley
asked that his copy of the Record
be mailed to Woodland instead of
Franklinton. He is now principal
of the school at Woodland and has j
Little Haze] Chamblee Herring is
out from Raleigh to spend some
time here. She will visit both sets
of grandparents here, spending the ;
greater part of the time with the
M. B. Chamblees.
Back at home after a most en
joyable week at White Lake are the
following from Zebulon and vicin
ity: Mrs. Ruric Gill, Emma Vic, 1
Ruric, Jr., and Norma Fay Gill;
Mrs. R. H. Bridpers, Misses Ruby
and Virginia Bridgers; Misses Jane
Hoyle, Ruby Temple, Hazel Parker.
Alma Doris Jones, Nellie Whitley,
Gerry Parker, Lula Gray Medlin,
Larue Stone, Christine Conn, Sallie
Strickland, Vivian Parker,, Anne
Hicks, Cleo Hicks, Josephine May.
Elizabeth Pearce, Gerry Bell, Meryl
Massey, Zyba Massey, Elizabeth
Sexton, Evelyn White, Gertrude
Carter, Lilian Denton. Decima Dean
Rhodes, Evelyn Antone.
Miss Frankie Hall has gone to
Wriphtsville Beach on a house par
ty. From there she will go to
Myrtle E'cach for a stay at that re
Mrs. R. H. Brantley and child-,
ren, R. H. and Billy, have returned
from a visit with relatives at Mor- j
panton. They were accompanied
home by Mrs. Brantley's cousin
Mrs. Arney, who will be here for
Miss Ferrell of Rutherfordton is
here visiting her cousins, Mrs. R.
Cherrie Pearce, a delegate from
the Pilot Baptist Church, has re-;
turned home from the Y. W. A. |
Camp at Ridgecrest.
Lillian Pace gave a birthday par- J
ty honoring her brothers, Jasper
Jr., Oakleyt fifth birthday and j
July 0, 1937, assisted by Mrs. Oris |
THE ZEBULON RECORD, ZEBULON, NORTH CAROLINA, FRIDAY, JULY SIXTEENTH, 1937.
Those present were Wadie, Don
ald, Ronald, Richards, Jansie, Dot,
Doris Knott, Inez Hood, Jeanette
Horton, James Horton, Libby Jean
Jones, Janise Mitchell, Waverly and
A!evi f <? Horton, Mary Francis
Pearce, Jasper, and Lobby Oak
The color scheme of preen and
pink was carried out. Jasper, Jr.,
and Bobby had separate tables and
After many games were played
pink lemonade, cake, milk shake
and candy were served. When
ready to depart each was given a
UNION CHAPEL NEWS
(Too late for last week.)
Little Ahilease Perry, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Perry, who
underwent an operatoin for appen
decitis at Rex Hospital is getting
Misses Virginia Mitchell and Er
dis Hopkins of Raleigh spent Fri
day afternoon with their aunt, Mrs.
N A. Finch.
Mrs. Venton Ferrell spent the
weekend with her mother in Dur
ham. Mr. Ferrell joined her Sat.
Mrs. Alton Strickland of Raleigh
spent Friday night and Saturday
with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mitchell.
Mrs. B. F. Weathers and children
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Bureau Tessenear
and children of Bethany community
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs
N. A. Finch.
Mrs. A. H. Perry visited her
daughter, Mrs. Jack Mitchell, Sun
Mr. Sam Perry, Clifford Richards,
and Staffin Pearce are among the
group spending the week at White
Mrs. G P. Cates, Mr. and Mrs.
Otha Brannan and children, attend
VARIETY AT FLOWERS
Anything 'most everything from a tooth pick to a
Wash Pot —a pis to a dress,
ff the one thing you need is not in our store, name it
and we will get it.
VARIETY WE HAVE IT!
FLOWER’S 5c to $5.00 STORE
Zebulon, N. C.
I Dr# Miles Nervine j
(Liquid or Effervescent Tablets) I
Soothes irritated nerves, permits refreshing I
sleep, helps you to “get hold of yourself.”
ki EARLY everyone is nervous these days. Financial
worries, street and home noises, late hours hard
work and exciting recreation put a strain on the nerv- I
ous system that brings on Sleeplessness, Nervous Head- II
ache, Nervous Indigestion, Restlessness, Irritability. ff
An attack of nerves may make you lose friends. ft
quarrel with your husband or wife, appear a tyrant wL
to your children. • Jap
DR. MILES NERVINE has been soothing the nerves ft|
of the nation for nearly 60 years. If you are nervous, fjt
get a bottle or package at your druggist. He will refund jft
your money if you are not entirely satisfied with the re- |||
large package or bottle—sloo. Small package or bottle r 7
ed the surprise birthday dinner at
the home of Mr. and Mrs Clarson
Carter’s Sunday. It was given in
honor of Mrs. Carter’s father, Mr.
J. W. Pearce of Zebulon, Route 1.
The color scheme was pink and
white, with lots of good things to
eat. It was. enjoyed very much by
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Hudson of near
Zebulon. Miss Vera Ray of Hopkins
and Mr. Sexton of Rocky Mount,
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. B
Mrs. Bettie McDuffy from New
Jersey is visiting with her sister
Mrs. J. £'. Baker.
Mr. and Mrs. Larby Perry and
children spent a week recently at
Mrs. Mamie Zahriskie of Tifton,
Ohio, visited Miss Bruce Pearce
A? a result of a successful revi
val meeting here last week a large
membership has been added to the
Pearce church. The baptising will
be Sunday P. M., at two o’clock
at D. Yeargins pond.
Mr and Mrs. Bolding of Rocky
Mount, Va., spent their vacation
with Mrs. Boulding’s mother, Mrs.
little son, Bobbie, of Statesville, are
E. O. Pearce, last week.
Mr .and Mrs. Robin Gardner and
spending the summer with their
parents here, Mr. and Mrs. B. F.
Pearce. They are attending Wake
Forest summer school.
A surprise birthday dinner was
giver, Mrs. J. B Privett last Sunday
by h'r children and friends. She
was seventy-five years old.
Miss Geralda Turnage of Louis
burg visited Mrs. J. W. Perry last
week attending the revival meet
A number of young people of this
section are resorting at White Lake
and other beaches this week.
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" * Mulford Scull - Class “A”
Outboard Motorboat Champion —says:
/in a RACE, I EXPECT CLOSE CALLS. AND WITH
( HEALTHY NERVES, I FEEL READY FOR THEM I LIKE JET .
) A MILD CIGARETTE THAT DOES NT JANGLE MV '4
V NERVES. THAT MEANS CAMELS TO ME
111 !■ I
IRBY D. GILL
Attorney & Counselor at Law j
Zebulon, North Carolina
DR. J. F. COLTRANE
Office Hrs. 9-12:30—1:30-5
M. J. SEXTON
DR. CHAS E. FLOWERS
Physician apd Surgeon
! 8:30 -10 a.m. —1 - 3 p.m.
Phone Off. 2881 Res. 2961
Back of Frank Hannans' a
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
TUEDAY, AUGUST 10th, 1937
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