Last Sunday was such a beauti
ful day we had 181 present for
As we are without a oastor till
April Ist, the Rev. Earl Bradley
supplied with a good sermon from
John 3:16. For God so loved. And
how much does he love me?
The season of prayer for home
missions will be held this week
in different homes of the Heph
zibah community. It will be at
Mrs. Oros Horton’s Wednesday
afternoon at 3:00 o’clock for this
The Mission Study Course will
be held Friday afternoon in the
home of Mrs. Dewey Martin of
Eagle Rock at 2:30. Mrs. Roberta
(Martin) Perry of Durham will
teach the book for the study
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Carter of
Rolesville spent the weekend with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B.
Miss Jeannette Horton, who is
a student at the Woman’s College
in Greensboro suent the weekend
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. T. Y. Puryear, Jr. and Mrs.
A. O. Puryear visited Mrs. Al
mus Weathers of Rolesville sec
tion Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Kirkman Richards
of Corinth were visitors at Mr.
Alfonza Starnes Sunday.
We are glad 'Mr. H. O. Hinnant
was able to be at church Sunday
after illness. Also Dr. Strickland
is home from the hospital. We
are sorry Mrs. Lola Alphin is
still ill in the hospital.
Mrs. Maud Liles underwent an
operation at Duke hospital last
week. We hope she will soon be
Mrs. Pressie Wood was in the
hospital three days last week. We
hope she won’t have to have an
Mr. and Mrs. Perry Wood and
children were visitors at Fuquay
Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Gay and
Mrs. E. W. Hood of Raleigh were
visitors in this section Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Puryear
of Durham spent Saturday night
with their parents, Mr. and I.lrs.
T. Y. Puryear.
The Intermediate boys and girls
of Hephzibah Sunday School met
at the Community Center Satur
day night for a Leap Year party.
Mr. and Mrs. Addie Whitaker
are spending some time in Halifax
county with their daughter, Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Williford
and children of Bethany and Mr
FOR SALE Nesco built-in oil
stove. Inspection invited. Miss
Eula Whitley, Zebulon. ltp
NOTICE OF ADMINISTRATION
SALE OF PERSONAL
Notice is given that the under
signed administratrix of the estate
of the late M. C. Pate, deceased,
of Wake County, North Carolina,
will, on Saturday, March 13, 1948,
1 o’clock p. m., and thereafter, at
the old homeplace of M. C. Pate
in Little River Township, Wake
County, North Carolina, about
two miles north of Zebulon, offer
for sale and sell at public auction,
for cash, the personal property
of the said M. C. Pate consist
ing of the following articles of
personal property, among others:
Farming implements, plows,
hoes and the like;
One old two-horse wagon;
One old stalk cutter;
One old dies harrow;
A lot of corn;
One mowing machine;
One lot of old tobacco sticks;
Lots of dry feed and other art
icles not mentioned.
This 16 th day of February,
MRS. MATTIE A. PATE, Ad
ministratrix M. C. Pate, Deceased
and Mrs. T. Y. Puryear and chil
dren of Mitchell’s Mill were visi
tors at the home of T. Y. Puryear
Y. W. A. Class Has
The Y. W. A. Class held its
regular monthly class meeting
Monday night in the Baptist par
sonage with Mrs. Mitchell, Pattie
Daniels, Ethel Pippin and Lucille
Brown as joint hostesses.
Mazie Bissette read the Scrip
ture followed by prayer by Chris
tine Creech. Dorothy Ellington
gave a very interesting talk on
“The Life of Rahab.”
During the social hour games
and contests were enjoyed. De
licious refreshments were served.
There were thirty-four members
present. Mrs. Henry Massey was
Mrs. J. R. Sawyer
Hostess at Bridge
Mrs. J. R. Sawyer was hostess
to her bridge club, and a number
of other guests, Friday evening,
at her home in Zebulon. Berries
and potted plants were used in
in the living rooms where three
tables of bridge were in play.
Mrs. M. T. Ray, Jr., received
high score prize for guests and
Mrs. R. Vance Brown won high
for club members. Mrs. Robert
Dawson won the floating prize
and Mrs. Willard Gill received
low score award.
The hostess served a dessert
course with coffee.
Guests included: Mesdames D.
M. Fiddner, A. S. Hinton, R. H.
OVERALLS - WORK SHIRTS
Tough enough to withstand the hardest wear.
You’ll need good work clothes for spring chores.
HATS and BASEBALL CAPS
Long Shank Fish Hooks
Sizes 9 l/ z through 18
ROOK CARDS - ALARM CLOCKS
FLOWERS 5c to $5 STORE
Dalmon Whitley , Owner
CLOROX -y 2 gal . -28 c- 2 for 55c
No. 2 Lahoma BLACK EYE PEAS -75 c
GRAPEFRUIT - 6 for 25c
Kingam's Richmond BACON —5B c
Wakelon Food Market
Thurman Murray Frank Wall
Attention to Poultrymen
Table Electric Brooders
Oil Brooders and Wood Brooders
LEGHORN COCKEREL CHICKS
$5.00 per hundred
Lespedeza Seeds Free of Dodder
Certified Hybrid Seed Corn grown in Franklin
and Nash Counties, adapted to our soil
The Zebulon Record
Brantley, Foster Finch, R. C. Mc-
Nabb, M. T. Ray, Jr., Robert Daw
son, Thomas Monk, J. Willard
Gill, R. Vanre Brown, Rom Moser
and Miss Helen Bunn.
Mrs. Norman Screws
Is Recent Hostess
Mrs. Norman Screws was a re
; cent hostess when she entertain
ed members of the Friendly Nine
Bridge Club and had as guests
Mrs. Ralph House of Selma, Ala.,
and Mrs. Ruric Gill. The home
was decorated with greenery and
Following several progressions,
the hostess presented each of the
guests a gift and high and low
I score awards were won by Miss
Ruby Dawson and Mrs. Raleigh
Late in the evening the hostes
LOST white male hog, weighs
about 100 pounds. Please notify
W. H. Wells, Rt. 1, Zebulon. ltp
IRBY D. GILL
Attorney and Counselor at Law
Little River Ice Co.
Quality and Service
Elite Beauty Salon
Mrs. Frank Kemp, Owner
Miss Ruth Strickland, Manager
Phone 3721 Zebulon
served a salad plate with open
face sandwiches, date roll topped
with whipped cream and coffee.
Club members present were:
Mesdames Armstrong Cannady,
H. C. Wade, Wallace Temple, Ral
eigh Alford and Miss Ruby Daw
Girl Scouts of Troop 12 plan
to attend the morning worship
at the Zebulon Baptist Church
Sunday March 7. All members
of the Troop are asked to meet in
front of the church by 10:45.
Floors Sanded and Finished
No Job Too Large and None
Upstairs over City Market
POOLE'S WELDING SHOP
14 Years Experience in Welding
Radiator Cores Replaced Any Core from Model A Up
Body and Fender Work and Painting
LEE FOR BODY WORK
Lonnie E. Poole
HATS Cleaned and Blocked
SUITS Cleaned and Pressed
Prompt - Expert Service
J. L. Stell Dry Cleaners
A. W. Gay, Mgr. Zebulon
RADIOS BUNN PAINTS
We’re really getting our place straightened up right now.
W e’re got FM radios, the finest you’ll find, sitting
just waiting for you to take them home. You
will enjoy sta ic-free radio programs in
in addition to the regular programs.
SATURDAY, MARCH 6, 3:30 p. m.
At Place of Business
The Wendell Transfer Co.
On Wilson Avenue in Wendell, N. C.
Property Consists of the Following
1- 1946 FORD TRACTOR with 32-ft. Baker Trailer fully
equipped with power brakes, radio, extra tires and
wheels and covers.
1- 1941 DUMP TRUCK.
1- 1940 INTERNATIONAL TRUCK, flat body.
SERVICE STATION BUSINESS which includes radio, cash
register, desk and lamp, new drink box, good stock of
accessories, and well equipped for general service to
Business Is Established and Making
Money Sale Being Made So As To
Liquidate Dissolved Partnership
Friday, February 27, 1948
FOR SALE Jersey cow with
first calf. Reasonably priced.
See A. E. Kemp, Rt. 2, Zeb
WANTED TO BUY Calves and
beef cattle. For sale: pigs. See
F. D. Gay, Rt. 3, Zebulon, Phone
L. A. Baker, Proprietor
Milk and Cream
Delivery Once Daily
ZEBULON, N. C.
Kerosene Oil For Sale
Seawell Service Station
—Any Amount —
Zebulon, N. C.