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Baptists to Have
Ordination Services
Ordination of the newly-elect
ed Deacons and Deaconesses will
take place Sunday at the morning
worship service of the Zebulon
Baptist Church. Those to be or
dained are Raleigh Alford, Vester
Brantley and Howard Beck, Dea
cons, and Mrs. B. H. Johnson and
Mrs. Howard Massey, Deaconesses.
The young people will have
charge of the evening worship
service. Mr. Elwood Perry will
preside and Billy Brantley will
read the Scripture lesson. Speak
ing will be Wilbur Conn, Charles
Horton and Marie Corbett, who
are participants in the training
union Better Speaker’s Contest.
Legion Post 1 to Meet
Monday, March 15
The March meeting of the Wen
dell-Zetyulon Post of the Ameri
can Legion will be hell next
Monday night, March 15, at the
Legion Hut on Highway 64, Post
Commander Ferd Davis has an
nounced.
There will be no supper meet
ing, and the business session will
be held at 7:30 p.m. The session
will be short in orier that Zebu
lon residents may also attend the
Founder’s Day exercises of the
Wakelon Parent-Teacher Associa
tion.
Little Wayne Price, son of B.
B. Price has been brought home
from Duke Hospital. He is able
to walk around some and there
is some hope for his full recov
ery. He will return to +he hos
pital next week and then we will
know more definitely about his
recovery.
Mrs. J. R. Davis and two chil
dren of Baltimore, Md., are visit
ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs, B.
M. Price.
LESPEDEZA SEED FOR SALE
$19.00 per Hundred
JOE TIPPETT
Zebulon, Route 3 Phone 2801
Important Notice
THE ZEBULON GIN COMPANY IS OPEN!
If you have cotton to be ginned, see us.
If you have remnant cotton to sell,
we will buy it for seed.
We have a good supply of cottonseed
meal and hulls in stock.
See us at once tor your planting seed.
The supply of good seed is limited
this year. Give us your order
now while we have them.
Top prices paid daily for baled cotton.
Try us before you sell.
The Zebulon Gin Co.
GINNERS & COTTON BUYERS
Phone 5361 Zebulon, N. C.
We are agents for Buckeye and Blue Flame
Oil Burning Tobacco Curers.
HENS WILL BRING YOU MORE 1
Egg ssss if you feed the Wayne ,
Way. Come in and get your free
“Eggzamination” Chart at Page’s
Store Co., Phone 2-361. Zebulon. I
FOR SALE Jersey cow with
first calf. Reasonably priced.
See A. E. Kemp, Rt. 2, Zeb
ulon, M5,12p.
WANTED TO BUY Calves and
beef cattle. For sale: pigs. See
F. D. Gay, Rt. 3, Zebulon, Phone
6163. M5,12,19,26p.
FOR RENT—2 ROOM APART
ment. Prefer no children but
will consider small baby. See
Mrs. J. A. Pearce, Zebulon ltp
WANTED TO RENT 3-ROOM
apartment or small house in or
near Zebulon. M. T. Ray, Jr. ltp
FOR SALE HOME COMFORT
Range in excellent condition,
Only $75.00. H. K. Privette, Rt.
3, Zebulon (l-2pd)
GARDEN TRACTOR FOR SALE
Standard make, in fine condi
tion, used less than a month.
Three horse power, double gear
shift, turning plow 10 inch, disk
harrow, drag harrow, shovel
plows, furrowers, cultivators.
Everything needed complete for
garden or farm. Broke my leg,
can’t use it, so will sell very
reasonably. Call Record Office,
or Theo. B. Davis 2t
For Automobile Accident
and Liability, etc.
Also Tobacco Barn and Pack
House Insurance, See
D. D. CHAMBLEE
INSURANCE
The Zebulon Record
I BUY CORN SHELLED, ON THE
cob or in the shuck. Also buy
wheat and cotton seed meal. I
can trade good flour for either.
J. W. Tarpley at Tarpley’s Mill.
Marl 2, 19, 26, Apr. 2, 9 pd
FOR RENT—TO NICE FAMILY—
-4 room house with lights and
running water. On highway
7 miles from Zebulon and
Wendell, between Wakefield and
Rolesville. See P. P. Perry, R 2,
Wendell, N. C. 2L23p
FOR SALE 1 YOUNG GRAY
mule weighs 1350 lbs. about
eight years old. Cheap for quick
sale. Roger Bunn, Rt. 2, Zebulon,
N. C. 2tpd.
FINE APPLE TREES HALF
price. I have about 75 apple
trees from 3 to 5 feet high,
grafted, all good fruit such as
Sallie Gray, Pulley, Delicious,
Red June, Staymen Winesap and
others. Nurseries sell for SI.OO
to $1.25. My price while they
last 50 cents each. Elberta peach
free with each lot of live. Theo.
B. Davis, Phone 2951. 2t
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THEATRE - ZEBULON
Sunday Shows: 3:15 and 9 p.m.
Weekday Shows: 3:15, 7:15, and 9:00 p.m.
SATURDAY, MARCH 13
ZANE GREY’S
Sunset Pass
JAMES WARREN and NAN LESLIE
SUNDAY and MONDAY, MAR. 14-15
Wild Harvest
ALAN LADD DOROTHY LAMOUR
TUESDAY, MARCH 16—
Each Dawn I Die
JAMES CAGNEY GEORGE RAFT
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17
Blackmail
WILLIAM MARSHALL ADELE MARA
THURSDAY & FRIDAY, MARCH 18-19
Perils of Pauline
BETTY HUTTON JOHN LUND
SATURDAY, MARCH ~ 20
Stage to Mesa City
LASH LA RUE FUZZY ST. JOHN
SUNDAY & IMONDAY, IMARCH 21-22
Cross Fire
ROBERT YOUNG ROBERT MITCHUM
WENDELL THEATRE
Sunday Shows 3 & 9 P. M. Weekday Shows 3:30 & 7:15 P. M.
Adm. 15 & 35c
THURSDAY and FRIDAY, MARCH 11-12
JOAN CRAWFORD and DANA ANDREWS
Daisy Kenyon
SATURDAY, MARCH 13-“"'
ELSYE KNOX and ROSS HUNTER
Sweetheart of Sigma Chi
TIM HOLT
Thunder Mountain
CHAPTER NO. 11 BRICK BRADFORD'
SUNDAY and MONDAY, MARCH 14-15
JAMES STEWART and HELEN WALKER
Call Northside 777
TUESDAY, MARCH 16—
GEORGE MURPHY and JOHN HODIAK
The Arnello Affair
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17—
HOOSIER HOTSHOTS and PATRICIA WHITE
Rose of Santa Rosa
NANCY KELLY aifd JOHN LODER
The Woman Who Came Back
CHAPTER NO. 8 CRIMSON GHOST
THURSDAY and FRIDAY, MARCH 18-19
ESTHER WILLIAMS and JIMMY DURANTE
This Time tor KeKeps
Friday, March 12,1948
    

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