A tten tion , Fisherm en
National Fisherman’s Week, ob
served over the nation from April
24 to May 1, will be given a spe
cial celebration in Zebulon. A
week of fishing will be climaxed
by prizes awarded to the winning
fishermen by Zebulon Drug Com
pany. The valuable gifts will be
given for the largest fish and the
largest string of fish in a single
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NOW SERVING ZEBULON, WENDELL, AND KNIGHTDALE
catch brought in to the drug store
by local fishermen from neighbor
Impartial judges will be select
ed for the contest, Haywood Jones,
representative of the drug store,
announced. The size and weight
of the fish will be kept secret all
week, and on Saturday, May 1,
the prizes will be awarded to the
The skill and knowledge of ex
pert fishermen, such as J. N. John
son and Robert Phillips, will be
tried to the limit in this contest.
Haywood said that it does not mat
ter whether a bamboo pole or a
rod and reel is used. All that
matters is the fish!
Pre-School Clinic to Be
Held for Negroes Soon
Colored schools in Wake County
will have their pre-school clinics
beginning Tuesday, April 13, Dr.
A. C. Bulla, Wake County Health
Officer, announced this morning.
Every child about to enter school
for the first time will have an ex
amination and be vaccinated a
gainst smallpox, diphtheria, and
whooping cough, if this has not
already been done.
If any defects are found in the
children, they should be correct
ed before the child enters school,
Mrs. Ida Hall, County Health
Nurse, stated. This engagement,
she said, is to talk over with the
parents the physical condition of
The following schedule is for
colored schools in this community:
Riley Hill School, Tuesday, April
13, 10:00 a. m.; Shepard High
School, Thursday, April 14, 10:00
a. m.: Wendell School, Friday,
April 16, 12:30 p. m.; Lockhart
School, Thursday, April 29, 9:30
a.m.; and Rolesville School, Thurs
day, April 29, 11:30 a. m.
NAND I N A S
Mrs. O. H. Massey
The Zebulon Record
Mrs. Garland Godwin
Entertains at Bridge
Mrs. Garland Godwin enter
tained her bridge club Thursday
night at her home in Zebulon. Lil
acs and spring flowers in attrac
tive arrangements decorated the
On arrival, each member was
presented a tally carrying out the
spring motif and three progres
sions of bridge were played.
Afterwards, awards of high,
low, and floating were given to
Mrs. Pat Farmer, Mrs. Bob Saw
yer, and Mrs. Ruric Gill. Deli
cious refreshments were served to
the following members: Mes
dames James Alford, Ralph Tal
ton, Vance Brown, Bob Sawyer,
Howard Beck, W. B. Bunn, Pat
Farmer and Ruric Gill.
Wakelon 9th Grade
Visits Durham Paper
Members of the ninth grade of
Wake High School visited the pub
lishing plant of the Durham Morn
ing Herald and The Durham Sun
and the broadcasting studios of
the Herald-Sun Stations, WDNC
and WDNC-FM, on Wednesday,
April 7, as part of their tour of
points of interest in Durham. The
students, accompanied by their
teacher, Miss Frances Thackston,
came to Durham by special bus
and spent the morning at Duke
University. They returned to Zeb
ulon late in the afternoon after
lunching in Durham.
Each year the ninth grade class
of Wakelon makes an out-of-town
trip, and this year the members
of the class chose Durham as the
place they would like to visit
The following students were in
the group: Aileen Baker, Mavis
Bunn, Shirley Chamblee, Joellen
Gil, Norma Fay Gill, Frances Go"-
don, Justine Hicks, Alice Lock
leair, Laura Massey, Nellie Medlin,
Emma Ruth Pace, Annie Laurie
Pearce, Aleigh Perry, Marlene
WARNER’S SINCE 1902
Visit our show yard on Hillsboro
Road, near State Fair Grounds.
Come, see what you buy
and be better satisfied.
Open All Night
GAS & OIL
WASHING & GREASING
Always Ready to Serve You
Price, Frances Raybon, Betsy
Simpson, Jo Ann Thornton, Peggy
Ann White, Phoebe Williams, Elsie
Drive, Magalen Batten;
B. B. Barham, Wayne Bobbitt,
Wilbu Boykin, Bobby Doyle, War
ren Green, Jimmy Greene, Ben
King, Robert Earl Pearce, Collins
Pippin, Janis Pittman, Herbert
Privette, Joe Pulley, Tommy Tem
ple, and Charles Allen Weathers
by. Mrs. Harold Pippin and Mrs.
Edison Wood also accompanied
the class to Durham.
Wakelon Drops Game
To Wendell Monday
The Wakelon Bulldogs dropped ;
their first baseball game of the j
1948 season to Wendell Monday
afternoon. The vistors collected j
twelve hits in topping the local j
Robert Kitchings led the Bull
dogs at bat with hree hits for four
times at the plate. Finch batted |
two for four. R. P. Pearce went
the full seven innings on the i
mound for Wakelon.
For the winners, Mitchell swat
ted three for five, anJ Todd and
Lovelace did the pitching. Todd
was the winning pitcher.
IRBY D. GILL
Attorney and Counselor at Law
Elite Beauty Salon
Mrs. Frank Kemp, Owner
Miss Ruth Strickland, Managei
Phone 3721 Zebulor
Gill Motor Co.
ZEBULON, NORTH CAROLINA
Day Phone 2401 Night Phone 6312
SEE IIS FOR YOUR CAR INSPECTION
Front End Machine Wheel Balancer
Light Testing Machine
Same as Used by N. C. Inspection Dept.
Sunday Shows: 3:15 and 9 p.m.
Weekday Shows: 3:15, 7:15, and 9:00 p.m.
SATURDAY, APRIL 10—
TIM HOLT and R. MARTIN
SUNDAY and MONDAY, APRIL 11-12
Out of the Past
ROBERT MITCHUM and JANE GREER
RICHARD DENNIS and SHEILA RYAN
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14—
Blue Ridge Buddies
JOHN IRELAND and SHETLA RYAN
THURSDAY and FRIDAY. APRIL 15-16
Secret Life of Walter Mitty
DANNY KAYE and FAYE BAINTER
SATURDAY, APRIL 17—
Friday, April 9, 1948
Little River Ice Co.
Quality and Service
FRYERS FOR SALE
Floors Sanded and Finished
No Job Too Large and None
Upstairs over City Market
For Bicycle Repair See
Next to J, L. Stell's
For Automobile Accident
and Liability, etc.
Also Tobacco Barn and Pack
House Insurance, See
D. D. CHAMBLEE