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SO CIE T Y
MRS. THEO. B. DAVIS, Editor
■ Please send local or personal items to the RECORD shop by Tuesday night, if possible.
For, 10, the winter is past,
The rain is over and gone;
The flowers appear on the earth;
The time of the singing birds is
And the voice of the turtle is
heard in our land;
The fig tree putteth forth green
And the vines with the tender
grape give a good smell.
Arise, my love, my fair one, and
O, my dove, that art in the clefts
of the rock,
And in the secret places of the
Let me see thy countenance,
Let me hear thy voice;
For sweet is thy voice,
And thy countenance is comely.
—Song of Songs: 11-14.
Mrs. Lou Wheless and Mrs.
Lena Bunn Freeman of Wake For
est spent the week end here with
relatives and friends.
Miss Irene Pitts of the faculty
of Wake Forest high school, spent
the w T eek end at Wakelon dormi
tory with friends.
Miss Annie Dizor of Durham
arrived Sunday morning to be
with her mother, Mrs. D. M. Dizor,
for two days.
Miss Ruby Temple was home
from Henderson for Easter with
her parents, the L. R. Temples.
Miss Jocelyn House was home
from Meredith College for the
week end and Ralph House came
from Campbell College.
Mrs. W. A. Allman was taken
on Friday of last week to Mary
Elizabeth hospital for an emer
gency appendectomy. Her condi
tion, at first thought very serious,
is now better.
Miss Dorothy Harrow tvas home
for the Easter holidays from
Carolyn Massey, daughter of the
L. M. Masseys, is recovering from
On last Saturday at high noon
Rev. J. W. Bradley performed the
ceremony which united in mar
riage his son, Julian Willis Brad
ley of Raleigh to Miss Eleanor
Upchurch Martin, also of Raleigh.
The vows were taken in the Tab
ernacle Baptist Church. Miss Beu
lah Bradley, sister of the bride
groom, played the wedding music.
Mr. and Mrs. Bradley will live
in Raleigh, where the former is
connected with the Peden Steel
Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Harris and
daughters, Mishew Ann and Ros
lyn, of Lumberton, spent Sunday
here with the F. D. Finches.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Mclntire and
their son, “Sonny”, Miss Ander
son and R. I. Johnston of Wake
lon’s faculty, Donald Chamblee
and Warren Pace spent the week
end in Washington, returning
through western Virginia to visit
the Luray Caves and other points
Among the college students
home for Easter were Charles
Flowers from the Citadel; Elmo
t Bunn and Sprite Barbee from
Wake Forest; Misses Margaret
THE ZEBULON RECORD, ZEBULON, NORTH CAROLINA, FRIDAY, APRIL 22,1938.
Bunn, Eunice Outlaw, Kay Kemp,
Mary Gray Pippin, Iris Massey,
Ruth Greene, Jocelyn House, Mer
edith; Bobby Horton from the
U. N. C., at Chapel Hill;
Mrs. Irby Gill went last week to
visit her parents at Ransomville.
Her visit was shortened by the
fact that her little daughter, Jo
ellen, was found to have measles,
and they returned Sunday. Joellen
is at this time suffering consider
ably having gone in swimming the
day before it was learned that she
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dawson
spent the week end w r ith the lat
ter’s parents at Ransomville.
Dr. H. M. Horton is seriously ill
in a Sanatorium at Radford, Va.
Dr. Horton is a brother of Mrs.
C. S. Chamblee, and has many
relatives and friends here, who
will be concerned over his illness.
The following announcement is
appreciated by the editor and Mrs.
Davis, who extend congratulations
and good wishes.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Albert
Richards announce the marriage
of their daughter, Louise Burnley,
to Mr. William Ernest Byrd, Jr.,
on Saturday, the sixteenth day of
April, nineteen hundred and thir
ty-eight, Durham, North Carolina.
The bride’s mother was former
ly Miss Daphne Creech, and the
editor of the Record married her
to Mr. Richards.
Miss Meryl Massey, daughter of
the Oren Masseys, has the leading
role in the May Day Pageant to
be given at Louisburg College.
Miss Edna Earle Sexton was at
home from Duke University for
Miss Martha Bailey Flowers ar
rived home on Thursday of last
week for Easter holidays from bus
iness college in Charlotte.
The C. V. Whitleys, their son.
Charles, and daughter, Nancy, went
to Boonville on Saturday of last
week to spend Easter with rela
tives, returning on Monday.
Miss Cleo Denton has reecived a
message stating that her father,
Jonie Denton, is critcally ill in
Buffalo, New York, where he has
for more than a year made his
home with his son, Archie Den
ton. The nature of the trouble—
cancer of the stomach—makes
permanent improvement extremely
doubtful, as an extended stay in
a hospital did not seem to be
beneficial. The family has the
sympathy of many relatives and
friends in this section.
The editor of the Record and
Mrs. Davis acknowledge with
pleasure an invitation from Miss
Ercelle Littleton to attend the
graduating exercises of the senior
class at Wakelon on Wednesday
morning, May the fourth.
Two Rooms over Zebulon
Drug Store. Newly paint
ed. Suitable for Offices
Mrs. Philip Massey and daugh
ter, Anne, spent the week end in
Apex with Mrs. Massey’s parents,
the D. W. Maynards.
Ernest Cooke of York, Pa., now
a student at Wake Forest College,
spent the week end here with
Miss Geraldene Parker visited
her sister, Mrs. Jeff Crowder, in
Raleigh during her Easter vaca
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Vaughan of
Rich Square visited the H. C.
Wades on Saturday, leaving on
Miss Grace Southall spent Mon
day in Rocky Mount with Miss
HOSTESS TO BRIDGE CLUB
Mrs. R. Vance Brown was host
ess to her bridge club on Wednes
day afternoon of this week. Tulips
were combined with other spring
flowers for decoration.
Prize for high score was won by
Mrs. Wallace Temple and low by
Mrs. L. E. Long. Mrs. A. S. Hint
on won the guest pr*ze.
The hostess served strawberry
ice-crpam and angel cake.
Playing were Mesdames R. H.
Brantley, Wallace Chamblee, A. S.
Hinton, L. E. Long, Rayo Senter,
Wallace Temple, Eugene Privette,
Hales Chapel News
Miss Eardine Wall of Wakefield
spent the week end with Miss Ber
tie Mae Powell.
Mr. W. J. Wilder and son, Da
rius Wilder, visited in the home of
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Hinton Sunday.
Several from this community
attended the funeral of Mr. Greely
Kemp Sunday afternoon at Lee’s
• Mr. and Mrs. Glen Hinton spent
Saturday with Mr. and Mrs. A. B.
Hinton of Zebulon.
Misses Berta Mae Powell and
Eardene Wall visited Masses Lyda
and Louise Hinton Sunday after
Little Billy Wayne Perry is
confined to his bed with measles.
Mr. Rayo Bailey is improving
rapidly after an automobile acci
Mr. Guy Tippett of Charlotte is
home with his parents Mr. and
Mrs. A. L. Tippett.
There was a number absent from
Sunday School Sunday on account
of measles and whooping cough,
but we hopfe they- will soon be
U. S. Approved, Pullorem Tested
Hatch each Wednesday, Barred
Rocks, Rhode Island Reds,
English White Leghorns.
IZebulon, N. C.
Salve-Nose 10c & 25e
There were 58 at the rebuilding
of Mr. E. V. Massey’s fish pond
last Wednesday, April 6. All en
; joyed the nice barbecue dinner. .
Mrs. Edwin Perry’s week end
J guests have returned to their home
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Massey
and daughter have returned home
after spending a few days at Mrs.
Massey’s parents in Portsmouth,
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Poole and
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cooke visited
Mrs. Jim Cooke, Walter’s mother,
Sunday, who is seriously ill.
Mrs. W. H. Holden entertained
her friends last Wednesday after
noon at her home with an old
fashioned quilting, after which
iced tea, vanilla wafers and pick
les were served. Present were:
Mesdames W. H. Holden, R. H.
Poole, J. C. Massey, W. C. Holden,
i Howard Massey, Beck Jones, S. B.
Blackley, E. A. Jones, C. P. Wat
son, Edward Watkins, Delphis
Watkins, Kermit Morgan, Lillie
Liles, W. H. Holden, Jr., of this
section and Mrs. Lucy Rogers of
Mitchell’s Mill, and Clyde Young of
Rolesville; Misses Ethel Massey,
Nellie Holden, Lillie Holden, Cla
rice Blackley, Dorothy Liles.
Saturday and Sunday at 11:00
o’clock was regular preaching
time. We had good attendance and
good services. Remember Sunday
School each Sunday at 10 A. M.
Last Tuesday the senior class,
accompanied by their sponsor,
Miss Marguerite Payne, went to
E. C. T. C. in Greenville to High
School Day. All reported an en
joyable trip and a profitable day.
Misses Crettie Hocutt and Ra-
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ZEBULON DRUG COMPANY ?
V DIFFERENCE IN « CIGARETTE AND BEING IN THE ,/A
/ BUSINESS OF GROWING TOBAGO, IM PARTIAL TO THE t litaPlifc
( CIGARETTE I KNOW BUYS UP THE CHOICE KINDS OF |;J|f
TOBACCO. THAT’S CAMEL. I SOLD THE BEST iOTS OF Wfflk
4 » My LAST CROP TO CAMEL MOST OF THE ) WALTHt DFVINF
f \ t GROWERS HERE DID, TOO y ute high prices at the
' /Vs market, smokes Camels
”V\7THAT cigarette is made from costlier to-
W baccos?” Planters who grow tobacco—
XC* j. and get the check for it give the answer.
\ to They know Camel buys up their extra-choice
\ -iftobacco. "Most smokers who grow tobacco,”
y p diey say, "favor Camels.” Camels are different
WlHiEs® -- made from finer, MORE EXPENSIVE
TOBACCOS—Turkish and Domestic.
"WE SMOKE CAMELS £££
BECAUSE WE KNOW TOBACCO* -
+ CHANGE OF SCHEDULE
| Norfolk Southern Railroad
X Beginning February I, 1938
V. 9:30 A. M. Lv Norfolk Ar. 4:50 P.M.
Y, 11.17 A. M. Lv. Elizabeth City Ar. 3:02 P. M.
y, 2:06 P. M. Lv Washington Ar. II :50 A. M.
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<; 4:27 P. M. Lv Wilson Ar. 9:25 A. M.
;; 5:26 P. M. Lv Zebulon Ar. 8:25 A. M.
5:36 P. M. Lv Wendell Ar. 8:15 A. M.
y 6 20P.M. Lv Raleigh Lv. 7:30 A. M.
;; Travel for 2 cents a mile
:: ECONOMY SPEED SAFETY
chel Cope of Raleigh were home
for the week end.
The members of the faculty
went to their homes for the Easter
Mr. and Mrs. Will Fowler visit
ed our pastor, Rev. and Mrs. W. D.
Stancil of near Kenly Sunday.
We are very sorry that they found
* Mrs. Stancil, who has been ill for
a long time, in a very serious
condition. We hope she will soon
i be well again.
A group of students and faculty
of Corinth-Holder went to Wash
ington, D. C., on an Easter tour.
Misses Mary Low and Margie
Whitaker of Trenton, N. J., came
down Saturday to visit their sister,
j Mrs. S. K. Richardson, this week.
Mr. M. D. Johnson and family
of near Wilson visited friends in
this community during the week
Little “Buster” Davis is very
sick. We hope he will soon be
Miss Dora Hardy of Raleigh
visited her parents Mr. and Mrs.
T. A. Hardy Sunday.
The senior play, “Miss Adven
ture,” presented Thursday night,
was a huge success. A large crowd
atended and enjoyed it. Between
acts music was furnished by Sex
ton Johnson of near Zebulon. This
was very enjoyable.
Mr. Clarence Liles and family of
near Clayton were guests of Mr.
and Mrs. L. W. Liles Sunday.
Mr. Odell High and family visit
ed Mrs. High's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. J. Eason of near Smith
TWO NICE ROOMS
For Rent Suitable for light
housekeeping. At Davis house.
Near business district of Zebulon.
See W. N. Pitts.
gets high prices at the
market, smokes Camali