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PLEASANT HILL
We are so glad to have pleas
ant weather again. We must let
every one know we have really
enjoyed the snow, and after a
blanket of white so long it makes
the yards and fields look black.
So many people grumble at snow,
I think we shouldn’t be that way,
we should be submissive to the
Lord’s will. The old saying is,
a hard winter, a good crop year.
Speaking of snow it is really good
for us in the way of apprecia
tion, it makes us love the sun
shine more.
We are glad for school to be
open again. So many mothers
have had a time keeping the chil
dren in.
Mrs. J. T. Gay’s grandfather,
Mr. Allen is still very sick. He
is at his daughter’s, Mrs. Gratis
Haswell.
We are sorry Mrs. Harget Al
phin continues ill.
Mrs. J. G. Pearce and baby are
home from the hospital.
Mrs. C. M. Rhodes and Mrs. T.
Y. Puryear visited their mother,
Mrs. E. W. Hood, and sister Mrs.
D. A. Gay in Raleigh Tuesday.
We had a goodly number at
Sunday School last Sunday.
Guess every one was glad to go
as we had been shut in so many
days.
The W. M. S. was postponed
last week. We will meet Friday
of this week at the Community
Center.
Our sympathy goes out to the
Jurnikan families of Rolesville
since the bad wreck and deaths.
Mr. and Mrs. T. Y. Puryear,
Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. T. Y. Pur
year, Jr., went to Rolesville Sun
day afternoon, to see Mr. and Mrs.
Joe Carter and also visited Mr.
L. H. Williford who was sick,
also his little daughter was ill.
We are glad to say they are both
better.
Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Hood
were visitors at W. M. Hood’s
Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Wood
were visitors at Mr. Pressie
Wood’s Sunday.
We are sorry Mrs. Inez Hood
Montague is very ill in Rex Hos
pital with her new baby. She is
not able at this writing to have
visitors.
Sallie how is the snow in New
DR. J. F. CLOLTRANE
DENTIST
Office Phone 2141
Office Hours: 9-12:30 A. M.
1:30-5 P. M.
Dr. Chas. E. Flowers
Physician and Surgeon
Office Phone 2881 Residence 2961
DR. G. S. BARBEE
Physician and Surgeon
Office Hours 9 a.m. - 12 noon
2 p.m. - 5 p.m. —7 p.m. - 8 p.m.
Telephone 3921
LUCAS MILLING CO.
CORN AND FEED MILLS
BEST “HOME GROUND” MEAL
Will Buy Your Wheat or Trade
Fleur For it.
Floors Sanded and Finished
No Job Too Large and None
Too Small
ROYAL BUNN
Upstairs over City Market
NICE FRYERS
FOR SALE
Mrs. Fumey Todd
TEIEPHONE 5401
Jersey now? Hope it is so you
can get out again. We have a
beautiful day here.
Mr. H. G. Hood’s children are
having mumps. We hope they will
soon be well.
WAKEFIELD NEWS
You just don’t know how much
seeing the sun shine and good old
Mother Earth one more time did
the most of us.
That snow and ice was too slick
for me. You can have it, I don’t
want it, it’s too bad for me. I
am glad to know I wasn’t the
only one that fell in Zebulon on
the street. Several fell and had
younger than I. Some fell and had
to be taken up and carried in and
be doctored. Some fell on the door
steps and slided all the way to !
the street. I think I beat them ;
all, I did get up and get out of
the way of two cars that were
coming down the street just a
head of me. I am thankful I was
n't glass, if so I know I would I
nave been Hindered. Mr. Ham I
hope you didn’t bruise your ham j
when you fell. It’s hard to fall j
and still worse to brt.ise or break !
any thing.
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Hodge and
Mrs. Vera Rhodes and Jimmy
Hodge attended the funeral of
Mrs. Adams in Raleigh Sunday
p. m. Also visited Mrs. H. A.
Hodge, Sr. and Mrs. E. W. Hood
and the Donnie Gays.
Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Eddins vis
ited their daughter, Mrs. Alfred
at Fuquay Springs, Sunday. We
missed you both from church.
DR. L. M. MASSEY
Dentist
PHONE 2921
Z. N. Culpepper
Notary Public
CUSTOM SAWING DONE with
portable sawmill. Will saw on
your property. Reasonable rates.
Save time' and money. J. P.
Arnold, Zebulon, N. C.
For Automobile Accident
and Liability, etc.
Also Tobacco Barn and Pack
House Insurance, See
D. D. CHAMBLEE
INSURANCE
YOU ALWAYS SAVE ON GROCERIES /*|TV UADI/CT
WHEN YOU DO YOUR SHOPPING AT Vlll fvlAKl\t I
GRAPEFRUIT
64 size - 5 for 23c
GRAPE FRUIT PINK
3 for 20c
LETTUCE
Tic head j
CABBAGE
4V2C pound
No. T WHITE POTATOES
5 pounds -24 c
MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE
In paper -53 c lb. In tin -57 c lb.
The Zebulon Record
Mr. C. E. Stone is much better
but is not out of bed yet. He en
joys company. I think we should
do more visiting the sick and
shut-ins. We never know when
our time might come to be in the
same fix, so do your duty by ev
ery one.
Mrs. Fannie Bolton is improv
ing slowly. She went back to the
hospital Tuesday for a check up.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert Montague
announce the birth of a son, Rob
ert Mack, 8 pounds, in Rex Hos
pital, February 14. A real live
honest to goodness Valentine.
Mrs. Montague was the former
Inez Hood, daughter of the Henry
H. Hoods.
We are sorry Mr. Ben Bunn is
Lots of folks have troubles...
It seems like everybody has their troubles. When we had that
picture made of the little silver bank, the photographer found
the sides of the bank were so shiney they reflected all sorts
of bright light into the lens of the camera. He had to try over
and over before he got that picture you see on the front page.
But you can tell something of what it looks like from that.
We'll help you solve yours...
Lots of folks have another kind of trouble —that of teaching
their children how to save money. That’s what these shiney
silver banks are made so make children want to save!
All you have to do is open a savings account for your child by
depositing a dollar. Then you get a bank and the child begins
learning the fundamentals of saving.
Peoples Bank and Trust Co.
MEMBER F. D. I. C.
DEPOSITS INSURED TO $5,000.00
ZEBULON NORTH CAROLINA
in Rex Hospital. We hope he will
soon be better.
Mrs. Vera Rhodes and Mrs. T.
Y. Puryear went to Raleigh Tues
day to see Mrs. E. W. Hood and
took Mrs. Hood to the hospital to
see her grand grandchild.
We had a good crowd at the
Missionary meeting Monday night
at Mrs. E. A. Rhodes.
The mumps are around, I hope
SQUARE DANCE
Every TUESDAY ami SATUR
DAY niirhts at JOHNNY “Re<l”
MEDIAN’S Store, PEARCES, N.
C. (7 miles North of Zebulon).
New danee hall. Nice, Clean, Re
spectable Dance. MEN $1.00;
LADIES FREE!
No. 2 Can CREAM STYLE CORN
3 cans -28 c
QUART SWEET SLICED PICKLE
23c
PINT SWEET SLICED PICKLE
13c
No. 10 CHOCOLATE SYRUP
50c can
GRADE A BACON
65c pound
PICNIC HAMS
48c pound
Friday, February 20, 1948
I don’t get them when I was a
child, but I don’t remember.
Well school has started back
after three weeks of bad weather
and no school.
Reporter, Mrs. Vera Rrodes
A.C.PERRY&CO.
Expert Repair Service
Westinghouse Appliances
    

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