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Officers Named, Study Course Held
By Wakelon Parent-Teacher Group
Nearly 200 attended the April
meeting of the Wakelon Parent-
Teacher Association Monday night
when the first of a series of two
meetings of sound films were
shown. The program, centered
around the subject of “Health,”
was planned to serve as the an
nual study course for the group,
and an animated film and a talk
by Dr. Charles Flowers, Jr., on
cancer highlighted the evening.
Officers for the coming year
were elected by acclamation from
the slate presented by the nomi
nating committee. Heading the
group will be Willie B Hopkins,
president; Mrs. Harold Pippin,
vice president; Mrs. Ed Ellington,
secretary; and Mrs. Herman Ed
The first film “Danger Within,”
explained cancer from its begin
Mrs. G. W. Wall Celebrates 91st
Birthday with Dinner on April 18
Mrs. G. W. Wall was honored
Sunday, April 18, by her
with a picnic held in honor oi
her 91st birthday at the Brantley
farm one mile north of Zebulon
at Mrs. Wall’s old home. Barbe
cued chicken and other picnic edi
bles were served and Mrs. Wall
received numerous gifts from her
family and friends.
Present were Miss Madeline
Brantley, sister of Mrs. Wall; Mrs.
W. D. Evans, a daughter; two sons,
M. M. and A. R. Wall; seven
grandchildren, Mrs. Doris Evans
Winstead, Donahue Evans, Mrs.
Janice Evans Alford, Mrs. Mabel
ning in a persons body when the
normal cells suddenly take on
strange abnormal growth and be
gin devouring other cells. The
film not only pictured the begin
ning of cancer but pled for im
mediate consultation of a physi
cian whenever the danger signs of
cancer appear. Some of these
danger signs, the film said, are
persistent sores, about the mouth
and other body openings, chronic
hoarseness and coughing, and pro
longed and abnormal body dis
Following the film Dr. Charles
Flowers, Jr., who has done special
research in cancer and has had
training in the diagnosis and cure
spoke briefly of his experiences.
He sketched the history of cancer
research, and emphasized the
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Evans Murray, Francis B. Wall,
Mrs. Erdene Wall Wade, and Miss
Wall; eleven great-grand
chuftfHcu^ Ann Winstead, Vanda
Winstead, "Bethy Jo Evans, Wal
: ter Murray, Jr., Frankie Murray,
Gary Alford, Linda Alford, Judy
Alford, and Steve Wade.
Families of the children and
grandchildren were also present.
Invited guests included Mr. and
Mrs. S. J. Ferebee, Mr. and Mrs.
E. R. Bunn, Mr. and Mrs. Vester
Brantley, A. E. Kemp, Avon Priv
ette, Mrs. J. W. Hester, B. W.
Brantley, Mrs. Hazel Carroll, Jack
Jenkins, Tink Jenkins, and N. B.
Zebulon, N. C., Friday, April 23, 1948
Local Tri-County League Entry
Opens Home Schedule Saturday
County Health Officer
Asks for Cooperation
In Anti-Rabies Drive
By A. C. Bulla, M. D.
In compliance with the law pas
sed by the General Assembly of
1935 and amended in 1941 and
1945 requiring annual vaccination
of dogs during April, May, and
June of each calendar year, I have
named Dr. L. F. Koonce, 420 S.
Bloodworth Street, Drs. Scarbor
ough and Dobbs, Fayetteville Rd.,
! Dr. William Moore, Sr., Cary
Road, Dr. R. L. Williams, Western
Blvd., and Dr. Martin Litwack,
Fuquay Springs, licensed veterin
arians to hold clinics during April
and May at strategic locations in
various sections of Wake County
for the convenience of people liv
ing in these sections that they may
comply with the requirements of
the law in having their dogs vac
cinated. Handbills have been
printed giving dates and places of
these clinics and will be widely
distributed throughout Wake
At the beginning of this cam
paign I wish to emphasize the im
portance of vaccinations and to
urge dog owners of the advisabil
ity of utilizing this opportunity
of having their dogs immunized
against rabies and thereby build
ing up and maintaining a relative
ly high degree of immunity in the
The vaccination of dogs with an
approved antirabic vaccine is an
accepted procedure for controlling
rabies. Dog owners should recog
nize this fact now and not wait
until there is an outbreak or
threatened outbreak of rabies.
Attend WMU Meeting
Mesdames S. A. Horton, R. E.
Horton, Lorenzo Bunn, Paul
Strickland, W. B. Hopkins, Nor
man Screws, Kemp Leonard, Les
ter Greene, Ed Ellington, Charles
Creech, Thurman Murray, Theo.
Davis and Pastor Mitchell at
tended the Raleigh Associational
W. M. U. which met in annual
session at Apex Tuesday. Mrs.
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Pictured is Kermit Roosevelt,
grandson of Theodore Roosevelt,
now on a lecture tour of the state.
Ferd Davis Addresses
Middlesex Rotary Club
Ferd Davis, editor of The Zebu
lon Record, addressed the Middle
sex Rotary Club Tuesday evening
on the subject of child welfare in
connection with observation of
National Youth Week.
“Rotarians help youth in many
ways,” Davis said, “but the most
important service they can render
is that of example.”
Other local Rotarians attending
the Middlesex meeting were How
ard Beck and Ralph Talton, pres
ident of the Zebulon Rotary Club.
Lions Club member Roy Beck of
Statesville also was present.
Dancing Class to Have
Revue on May 18
Mrs. H. C. Wade will present her
dancing class in its Spring Revue
Tuesday night, May 18, in the
Wakelon auditorium. This popu
lar program played to a full house
last year, and another entertain
ing group of dancers and dances
is scheduled for this spring.
The revue is sponsored this
year by the Girl and Boy Scouts,
with the proceeds to go to a fund
to be used in building a new
building for the two organizations.
Theo. Davis Sons, Publishers
Wake Forest Players
Form Nucleus of Local
Team; Hoey Manager
Zebulon will have a baseball
team this summer, President Pet
tigrew Gay of the local club an
Gay, who has been playing his
team in the Tri-County League
under the name of Gay’s Store,
was approached by Zebulon busi
nessmen last season concerning
the possibility of a move to the
town. Last year the plan was
not deemed possible, but prom
ise of local support and gifts of
cash by local merchants have
brought about the shift this spring.
The team, which is made up of
Wake Forest College players, is
managed by Ed Hoey, and has al
ready played two games, winning
them both. This week the group
will play on Saturday and Sunday,
meeting the Pearces team here on
Saturday afternoon and there on
Local games will be played on
the Wakelon School diamond, ap
proval of the local school board
having been received last Monday
night. For the time being, at least,
no admission charge will be made.
Plans for bleacher seats are be
There are ten teams in the Tri-
County League this year, several
of them exceptionally strong.
Pearces’ team is among the lead
ers, carrying many State College
players on its roster. Other teams
in the league are Mitchell’s Store,
Wendell, Knightdale, Clayton,
Robertson Chemical, Bethany, Ar-
Areher Lodg >, and Bunn-Pilot.
Local residents are invited to
attend the local opener next Sat
urday. Game time is 2:30 p.m.
President Gay emphasized the fact
that there will be no admission
Hopkins Chapel WMS
Supper to Be April 30
The W. M. S. of Hopkins Chapel
is sponsoring a barbecue dinner
Friday, April 30, from 6 until 9
p. m., to be held in J. G. Bunn’s
old store at Hopkins Cross Roads.
Both chicken and pig barbecue
will be served and plates will be
Tickets will be sold by the fol
lowing until April 25: Mrs. Ann
Martin, Mrs. Mary Frances Mar
tin, Mrs. Leona Fowler, Mrs. Jim
mie Lee Pearce, Mrs. Rochelle
Gay, Mrs. Minerva Perry, Bobbie
Ruth Doyle, Mrs. Nellie Gray Gay.
Willie Brannon, and Mrs. Iris
Temple. The plate will consist of
barbecue, potato salad, slaw, pie
or cake, and tea or coffee.
Card Tourney Planned
Card fans will have an oppor
tunity to put their skill against
others in the Bridge-Rook-Setback
Tournament to be held Thursday,
April 29, at 8 p. m. in the Wakelon
lunch room. The tournament will
be sponsored by the Wakelon Pa
Nearly three dozen prizes will
be awarded to contestants during
and after the play, all of them
donated by merchants and others
in Zebulon. A complete list of the
prizes is elsewhere in this issue.