Friday, January 16, 1948
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Latham of
Montgomery, Ala. and Mrs. J. E.
Hollingsworth and two children of
Norfolk, Va., are visiting their pa
rents, Mr. and Mrs. V. M. Michell.
Mrs. Latham the former Lucille
Mitchell and Mrs. Hollingsworth
the former Priscilla Mitch*.'l.
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Mr. R. F. fdendricks is home af
ter undergoing an operation at
McPherson hospital in Durham.
Mrs. Hubert visited her
parents, Mr. and \Mrs. Hubert Ed
dins this weekend.
Mrs. H. A. HodWe, Sr., of 708
East Frankling St.' is visiting in
the home of her son,\ H. A. Hidge,
Jr. and Mrs. Vera 'Rhodes.
The Zebulon Record
Miss Sallie Lewis of Raleigh
spent the weekend with Mr. and
Mrs. H. A. Hodge, Jr.
Mr. D. A. Gay was brought from
Rex Hospital Tuesday, he is get
ting on fine.
Mrs. E. W. Hood is very well at
present. She is still in Raleigh with
Mrs. M. D. Hood and Mrs. Vera
Rhodes visited in Durham last
Thursday and Friday. They visit
ed Mrs. Hester Veasley, Mr. and
Mrs. Aubrey Hood, Mr. and Mrs.
Boss O’Brian and spent the night
with Mrs. Rhodes aunt, the Bob
Hunts out on the Senator John
Sprunt Hill farm near Durham.
They had dinner with Mrs. Hood s
cousin out on the Chapel Hill road
near Chapel Hill.
Mrs. M. D. Hood and Mrs. Vera
Rhodes called to see Mrs. Allie
Strickland at the home of Dr.
Willard Strickland, her son. She is
Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Faulkner
were in Raleigh visiting friends
in the hospital Sunday.
Mr. H. A. Hodge, Sr., is improv
ing and hopes to go home by the
end of the week. We hope he can.
Mrs. Fannie Bolton is doing very
well after an operation in Mary
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temperature down to 11, a bed fel
low wouldn’t of been bad at all
Mr. C. E. Stone is seriously ill
at his home in Wakefield. Doc
tor, friends and neighbors are do- 1
ing all that loving hands can do
for his recovery. Let’s pray that
he will soon be better.
Bettie Jean Kimball has chicken
Mrs. Mamie Kimball is also on
the sick list.
Mrs. Kate Utley and Mrs. Ver- !
non Ivey and other friends visit
ed the C. E. Stones Sunday. Mrs.
Ivey is the former Mary Stone and
only child they have living. They
are from Durham.
We are glad to have all the
new families move in, it makes
it look like town. West end Wake
field is filling up fast. Mrs. Tom
mie Williams and the C. T. Wil
liams have moved in. We are glad
to have them.
We are sorry to hear of the H.
E. Whitakers of Millington, N. J.
having another car wreck. No one
was hurt but the car is in the hos
pital for a $300.00 operation. That’s
two cars that have been torn up
for them in the past three months.
It’s a heavy loss. Hello Sallie, I
am sending you a box soon. Will
write when I get time.
It’s nice to have plenty of fish
ing worms to fish with, without
having to dig them by the sweat
of the brow. When I have to dig
them it takes the pleasure out of
fishing for me, so the worms will
be on hand any time we need
Mrs. Vera Rhodes
Having qualified as administr
trix of the estate of Ferney Mor
gan, deceased late of Wake Co.,
North Carolina, this is to notify
all persons having claims against
the estate of said deceased to ex
hibit them to the undersigned at
R F. D. No , Zebulon, North
Carolina, on or before the 9th day
of January, 1949, or this notice will
be pleaded in bar of their recov
ery. All persons indebted to said
estate will please make immed
LILLIE MAY MORGAN,
Administratrix of Ferney
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