Friday, February 20, 1948
Mrs. Hannah Liles is up again
after being kept in for the past
two months with a severe case of
pneumonia following flu.
Mrs. F. L. Page attended the
wedding of her niece, Miss Nancy
Lee Brooks, at the Brookdale
Methodist Church in Roxboro
Feb. 15. Mrs. Page also assisted
at the cake cutting on Saturday
evening at the Hotel Roxboro.
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Powers
and little son, Cornel, have re
turned to their home in Nashvillg.
The Eger Masseys are moving
to Middlesex where Mr. Massey
will go into business selling farm
ers’ supplies in a newly establish
ed store. They have bought a
home in the town and will leave
Zebulon in March. Their going
is regretted by their many friends
here who wish them success in the
new venture and happiness in
their new home.
Furney Todd attended the con
vention of the Association of Sou
then Agriculture Workers last
week in Washington, D. C. He
presented a paper on The Prog
ress being made with root knot
and nemetode diseases of tobacco.
Miss Joyce Temple was brought
home from Duke Hospital last
Sunday and is making good prog
ress toward recovery following a
recent spinal operation. She must
remain in bed for a month longer.
Wakefield W. M. S.
The W. M. S. of Wakefield held
its regular monthly meeting Mon
day night, February 16th, in the
home of Mrs. Elbert Rhodes with
Mrs. T. C. Pippin joint hostess.
Mrs. W. J. Perry gave the devo
tion and Mrs. Douglas Pace gave
a very interesting talk on “The
Unfinished Task in Our Home
land.” After the business session
the hostesses served delicious re
Suffering from a tumor at the
base of his brain, Wayne Price,
young son of the B. M. Prices, is
undergoing x-ray thermetry
treatments at Duke Hospital.
These treatments were prescribed
by brain specialists after exami
nation revealed any operation
would result in immediate pa
ralysis and death.
Wayne is resting easily now,
but doctors expressed little hope
for complete recovery even if the
x-ray treatments are successful.
Last Sunday Hales Chapel Bap
tist Church took a collection of
$30.65 to help with treatment and
hospital expenses for him.
The dangers of animal diseases
hnd the control methods being
employed to combat these di
seases were graphically shown to
LOST— One male German Police
dog. Brown, a black streak all
the way down back, and a scar
on head. Answers to the name
Rex. SIO.OO Reward. Notify or
see Bud James, Zebulon, N. C.,
Route 2. 21-22 p
Stenographer for gen
eral office work.
Dictation and typing
absolutely necessary .
Write giving full particulars as
to education and experience and
Wendell, N. C.
the Zebulon Rotary Club last
Friday night by Eldred Rountree,
who was in charge of the pro
gram, and Ed Ellington, who
manipulated the controls of the
motion picture projector.
Two films, dealing with diseas
es of chickens, cows, and swine,
were shown, and a sound com
mentary described the action that
Oliver Glover announces that the
club attendance for January was
only 89 percent, the first time
it has fallen that low for years.
The Zebulon Eager Beavers took
a first quarter lead Monday night
and held off a last minute rally
to win over Fremont, 39-34, in
a thriller played in the Fremont
gymnasium Monday night. This
was Zebulon’s seventh victory in
NOTICE OF SALE
Under and by virtue of an Or
der of Sale of the Superior Court
of Wake County, North Carolina,
made in the Special Proceeding
entitled “Macon Alford vs. Katie
Masey et al”, the same being No.
7636 upon the Special Proceeding
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ZE3ULON, NORTH CAROLINA
The Zebulon Record
Docket of said Court, the under
signed Commissioner will, on the
22nd. day of March, 1848, at
12:00 o’clock noon, at the Court
house door in Raleigh, Wake
County, North Carolina, offer
for sale to the highest bidder for
cash, that certain tract of land
lying and being in Wake County,
State of North Carolina, and more
particularly described as follows:
A certain tract or parcel of land
in Wake County, State of North
Carolina, adjoining the lands of i
J. C. Freeman, Jas. Stells, Wiley
Clifton, Miss Ann Clifton, R. A.
Freeman, and others, and bound
ed as follows, viz:
BEGINNING at a stake in Mar
tha N. Clifton’s line, E. L. Harris
corner, thence N. 11 degrees E.
8 chains to a twin dogwood on
the west side of Spring branch,
thence I s ?. 48 degrees E. 4.40 chains
to a red oak; thence W. 12 degrees
E. 4 chains to a poplar pointer on
the west side of said branch;
thence N. 5 degrees E. 5.57 chains
to a stake, E. L. Harris corner;
thence S. 88 degrees E. 7.42 chains
to a stake; thence W. sVfe de
grees E. 9.15 chains to a stake;
thence S. 84 V 2 degrees E. 11.30
chains to a hickory, J. C. Free-
man’s corner; thence S. 9 degrees
W. 8 chains to a stake, on the
east side of a drain, J. C. Free
man’s corner; thence S. 87 de
grees E. 20.37 chains to a stake;
thence S. 3 degrees W. 13.03
chains to a willow on the north
bank of the creek; thence N. 73-
l< 2 degrees W. (at 2 chains the
old run of the creek is off S. 1.50
chains) 4.50 chains to a stake on
the creek; thence N. 87 degrees
W. 34.20 chains to the BEGIN-
Attention to Poultrymen
and Started Chicks
Table Electric Brooders
Oil Brooders and Wood Brooders
LEGHORN COCKEREL CHICKS
$3.00 per hundred
MASSEY S HATCHERY
NING, containing eighty-four
I and 3-4 (84 3-4) acres as per sur
vey. See Book 202, Page 341, Wake
The successful bidder at sale is
required to deposit 10 per cent of
This the 18 day of February,
P. H. WILSON, Commissioner
Wilson & Bickett
1002 Insurance Building,
Raleigh, North Carolina.