We had a beautiful weekend
didn’t we? A lot of visitors too.
Sgt. and Mrs. Ned Medlin of
South Carolina visited his mother,
Mrs. Ludie Medlin on the week
Mrs. Alex Wood of Louisburg
was with us for church service
Miss Peggie Privette of Wilson
spent a few days in the commun
ity last week.
Mr. Kenneth Cone of Raleigh
was home with his mother, Mrs.
We had a little of everything
to happen last week. New babies,
family moved in, sickness, deaths
Mr. and Mrs. Broadus Denton
announce the birth of a new
Mr. and Mrs. Waddell Ray and
Barbara moved to Pilot last week.
I’ll bet she likes it fine.
We are very sorry to hear of
all the sickness in our commun
ity. We hope they will soon be
Mr. P. G. Denton, Sr. has been
very sick. He is somewhat better
Mr. Ernest Privette is improv
ing after his illness last week.
We hope Mrs. Durwood Stallngs
keeps improving as nicely as she
We wish for Mrs. Broadie Mar
tin a speedy recovery.
Mrs. O. D. Stallings is some
Mrs. B. C. Ray has added an
addition to our sick list this week.
Mrs. Harry Mack of New York,
came to visit her parents, while
her father, Mr. O. G. Denton was
Sherwood sßedldingfield wa
home with his wife and aby.
The Pearces W. M. IJ. Society
has invited the Pilot W. M. U. to
join them in a study course on
Friday night, taught by one of
the girls of our community, who
attended Louisville Seminary,
Mrs. Carl Lewis.
We had a tragedy to occur in
the community on Monday, the
LUCAS MILLING CO.
CORN AND FEED MILLS
BEST “HOME GROUND” MEAL
Will Buy Your Wheat or Trade
Fleur For it.
jj JUST RECEIVED!
Fine Work Animals. ;
BEST IN YEARS!
M. B. Chamblee
Zebulon, N. C.
death of Mr. B. W. Lewis. We
extend our sincere sympathy to
Mr. and Mrs. Jarvis Jones of
Smithfield visited Mr. and Mrs.
Lonnie Jones Sunday.
Miss Virginia Massey of Ral
eigh was home with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Lemmie Massey for
Mrs. J. Pearce, Mrs. Cleveland
Perry, Miss Dorothy Pearce spent
Friday with Mrs. O. D. Stallings.
Regular Church Services will
be held and the public is invited
to attend its services.
Farm Home Hints
(Continued from Page 2)
A shopping bag containing
cleaning rags; übrshes, powders,
and so forth, and hung on a door
knob in the room in which one is
cleaning, will save many a step.
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
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
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-
DR. G. S. BARBEE
Physician aiid. Surgeon
Office Hours 9 a.m. - 12 noon
2 p.m. - 5 p.m. —7 p.m. - 8 p.m.
WOOD FOR SALE—
Have you made arrangements for fuel for curing tobacco should
oil be scarce next summer? On the farm of R. E. Pippin, 2
miles northeast of Zebulon there are several hundred cords of
wood to be had. The wood is laps from some lumber that was
cut last*year. You may have this wood for $2.00 a cord “as is,
where is.” The laps to be gotten up clean where you cut the
wood and not cut any standing trees.
See T. Clifton Pippin or J. R . McSwain
If you are interested. They can give you the details.
Mar 8 Onlv - Adm 60r * &!i£r*sß2 •
mar. o umy Mam. ouc WO men only ot 2&7p. m.
MEN ONLY shew* ot 9 P. M.
The Zebulon Record
tha N. Clifton’s line, E. L. Harris
corner, thence N. 11 degrees E.
8 chains to a twin dogwood on
the side of Spring branch,
thence N. 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. bVz de
grees E. 9.15 chains to a stake;
thence S. 84 Vfe 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-
V 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
NING, containing eighty-four
and 3-4 (84 3-4) acres as per sur
vey. See Book 202, Page 341, Wake
The successful bidder at sale is
Against your worst enemies
—Fire, Storm, Accident. See
D. D. Chamblee
The Insurance Man
required to deposit 10 per cent of
This the 18 day of February,
Thu YEAR as ALWAYS lot— 33_YBAJIS. i..'
Lahoma BLACKEYE PEAS 15c
PORK CHOPS pound 50c
ORANGE JUICE . No. 2 can ... 10c
Scott TOILET TISSUE 2 for 25c
Gibbs Vegetable Soup . IOV2 oz. can . 5c
Two Deliveries Daily Phone 2581
FUN AND GIFTS FOR EVERYBODY
We had a gay time with plenty of fine hill-billy music last
Saturday. Among those to whom we presented gifts
were Tommy Temple and Carl Pulley. They
took home the flour and trade ticket. Tonkel-
Silk and Flowers Store also offered gifts.
Free Gifts to Our Friends
Each Saturday afternoon at 3:00 we invite
you to join us at our new store .
You may he the one we favor with a gift!
PAUL BYRD and HIS RADIO PALS
Will Play for Your Entertainment
Wakelon Drug Company
AGENTS FOR NUNNALLY’S CANDIES
—Full Line Magazines—
Kodak Films Sold and Developed
Zebulon, North Carolina
WAKE L 0 N
THEATRE - ZEBULON
Sunday Shows: 3:15 and 9 p.m.
Weekday Shows: 3:15, 7:15, and 9:00 p.m.
SUNDAY, MARCH 7 ‘
Shirley Temple Franchot Tone
MONDAY, MARCH 8—
New s Full Length Feature
Homer A. Briarhopper
& His Dixie Dudes
TUESDAY, MARCH 9
Frances Rafferty Larry Olsen
WEDNESDAY, MARCH ’ "
I COVER THE BIG TOWN
Philip Redd Hillary Brooke
THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, MARCH 11-12
IT HAD TO BE YOU
Ginger Rogers Cornel Wilde
SATURDAY, MARCH 13—
Zane Grey’s “Sunset Pass”
James Warren Nan Leslie
SUNDAY AND MONDAY, MARCH 14-15
Friday, March 5, 1948
P. H. WILSON, Commissioner
Wilson & Bickett
1002 Insurance Building,
Raleigh, North Carolina.