The Pilot School is having its
May Day exercise and commence
ment on Monday evening, May 24,
at 5 o’clock. After the program,
supper will be served.
On Thursday evening at our
regular prayer service we had
many visitors including Mr. and
Mrs. Lamm, and Mr. and Mrs.
Prizden. Mr. Prizden is the Tar
River Associational worker. He
gave us a splendid talk.
We are very happy that Nell is
able to be out and at church
Mrs. Underwood of Neuse spent
the weekend with Mrs. Geneva
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Pippin of
Washington, D. C., spent a few
days with his mother, Mrs. Jenny
Mrs. Charles Nigro and Ann
Kage of Richmond, visited her
mother, Mrs. Bennett Brantley,
Mr. and Mrs. Donnie Bunn and
children spent Sunday afternoon
in Bailey with some of their
Vincent Stallings of Raleigh
stayed a couple of days with his
mother, Mrs. Mamie Stallings,
We are very sorry that Mrs.
Peagram is sick. We hope that
she will soon be better.
We also regret that Mrs. Dur
wood Stallings had to return to
the hospital for a few days. We
hope it won’t be too long this
Don’t forget our church service.
IN LOVING REMEMBRANCE OF
MY DEAR HUSBAND
Resting since May 17, 1947
I did not know that life could hold
such loneliness as this
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To face a day so deary and long
Your love and comfort I miss
I did not know a heart could
With every passing day
Wishing that you were near me
The Year is long each day a chore
Each hour I think of you
I miss you Tommie more and more
How much I wish you knew
I know since you have left us
The task is mine to do.
I’ll do the best I can for I know
you would want me to.
Some day We’ll meet you on that
Where there’s no parting and
but peace forever more.
—Mrs. C. T. Williams
IN MEMORY OF OUR
DEAR FATHER RESTING
SINCE MAY 17, 1947
A precious one from us has gone,
A voice we loved is stilled;
A place is vacant in our hearts,
Which never can be filled.
Although your soul is now at rest
And free from care and pain,
The world would seem like Heaven
If we had you back again.
Keep him, Jesus, in Thy keeping
Until we reach the Heavenly
And then, Oh Master, let us see
Love and have him as before.
—Children of C. T. Williams.
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The Zebulon Record
r KNOW YOUR CANDIDATE:
mern^er ar ' ne C° r P s during
5- A member of the Raleigh Civil Service Commis
... 6. A member of the Board of Deacons of the First
KNOW WHAT YOUR CANDIDATE STANDS FOR
1. Abolition of the Gag Rule.
2. Immediate Program of Improvement of Farm to Market Roads.
3. Revision of Sales Tax to remove it from Farm Equipment and Fuel and
from Restaurant Meals.
4. Increase in Income Tax Reductions for Dependents to $600.00.
5. Allowing a Deduction from State Income Tax the Income Tax Paid to the
6. A Program of Development of N. C. State College.
7. A Raise in Pay for Teachers and other State Employees and a Revision of
Working Hours for State Employees.
JAMES C. LITTLE
CANDIDATE FOR THE N. C. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
"MAKE A LITTLE CHANGE"
Friday, May 21, 1948