North Carolina Newspapers

    Friday, June 4, 1948
How the Township Voted
FOR U S SENATE SHORT TERM M.M. Zeb. L.R.
William B. Uinstead 73 279 352
J. Melville Broughton 59 458 517
FOR U S SENATE LONG TERM
William B. Umstead 69 278 347
J. Melville Broughton 64 475 539
FOR GOVERNOR
R. Mayne Albright 52 155 207
Olla Ray Boyd Oil
Oscar Barker 0 10 10
Charles M. Johnson 16 222 238
W. Kerr Scott 81 412 493
W. F. Stanley, Sr 112
FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR
H. P. Taylor 74 364 438
Dan Tompkins 26 261 287
FOR SECRETARY OF STATE
John T. Armstrong 38 150 188
Thad Eure 75 559 634
FOR STATE AUDITOR
Charles W. Miller 38 110 148
Henry L. Bridges 48 441 489
FOR STATE TREASURER
Z. W. Frazelle 8 78 86
Brandon P. Hodges 43 343 386
James B. Vogler 39 237 276
FOR COMMISSIONER OF LABOR
Forrest H. Shuford 57 375 432
Donald Boone Sherrill 34 258 292
FOR THE STATE SENATE
R. N. Simms, Jr 35 394 429
Pou Bailey 96 357 453
FOR THE LEGISLATURE
J. C. Little, Jr 37 358 395
Dale Graham 18 98 116
Philip Whitley 127 681 808
Arch T. Allen 56 449 505
J. J. Collier 7 57 64
William T. Hatch 66 401 467
Baby Beef Clubs Pay
Off, Specialist Says
The number of North Carolina
4-H Club boys and girls who have
graduated from baby beef work
into the breeding cattle business
now runs into the hundreds, ac
cording to L. I. Case, in charge of
Extension animal husbandry at
State College.
“Don’t let anybody tell you that
this baby beef club work isn’t do
ing a lot of good,” Mr. Case com
mented. “I don’t know how many
boys and girls have gone from
baby beef v r ork into the breeding
business, but I am sure the num
ber runs into the hundreds.”
A typical example is that of
Burlin Aldrich of Tuskeegee, Gra
ham County 4-H Club boy who has
been in baby beef work for sever
al years. He now has established a
registered herd of Aberdeen-An
gus cattle with his profits.
In Cleveland County G. E.
Wright, Shelby, Route 1, is going
into the purebred cattle business
with his three sons, Billy, Milton,
and Douglas. All of these boys
have fed or are now feeding steers
as 4-H Club projects. Douglas, the
oldest, has graduated from 4-H
Club work, and the other two boys
are each feeding a steer this year.
Inspiration and profits gained in
club work have been responsible
for their starting a small herd of
registered cattle. They now have
nine head and plan to increase the
size of the herd as time goes on.
Mr. Case said similar examples
could be found in many parts of
the State. The baby beef program,
hee concluded, has proved to be
most worthwhile in every respect.
New Manager
t James Wiggs, Jr., of Smithfield,
has been named manager of the
Wakelon Theater, succeeding Miss
Sarah Eaton, who now holds a
position with Peoples Bank and
Trust Co. ♦
Wiggs, a veteran of three years
service with the Air Force, is a
graduate of Smithfield High and
a member of the Smithfield Bap
tist Church.
Hard, dry marshmallows will be
come soft and pliable if placed,
uncovered, in the breadbox with
the bread for a few days.
Margaret’s Beauty Shop
Qualified Operators
Phone 2131
Upstairs Over Zebulcn Drug Stcri*
Little River Ice Co.
Quality and Service
PHONE 2871
YOU ALWAYS SAVE ON GROCERIES
WHEN YOU DO YOUR SHOPPING
SUNNY SOUTH GREEN FIELD PEAS
with snaps No. 2 can —75 c
GREEN CABBAGE
4c pound
WE CARRY A COMPLETE LINE
OF FROZEN FOODS
CAMPBELL'S TOMATO SOUP
7 7c can
REMEMBER!
For those fish fries or outdoor cooking
we have plenty of charcoal
The Zebulon Record
Thomas-Davis
The following invitation has
been received of the Thomas-Dav
is wedding:
“Mr. and Mrs. Richard Walter
Davis request the honor of your
presence at the marriage of his
daughter, Dorothy Rae, to Doctor
Ben David Thomas, on Saturday,
June the nineteenth, at four o’-
clock in the afternoon. Baptist
Church, Murfreesboro, North Car
olina.”
There will be no invitations is
sued in the city.
Mr. Beryl Creech, of Zebulon
Route 1, brought into the Record
office, Thursday morning, an egg.
This was an unusual egg. It had
a circumference of over eight and
one-half inches, lengthwise, by six
and one-half inches around. The
egg weighed three and one-half
(W.VUUUUTIME
Peoples Bank and Trust Co.
MEMBER F. D. I. C.
DEPOSITS INSURED TO $5,000.00
ZEBULON NORTH CAROLINA
ounces. Mr. Creech remarked that
his hens often lay large eggs.
M. D. Hood, son of Mr. and Mrs.
Morris Hood of Zebuion, is partici
pating in the maneuvers in Tenn
essee and Kentucky with the 82nd
Airborne Division of paratroop
ers. M. D. was among the group
>i Enriched for Energy
I*l THE FLOUR the BEST COOKS USE m
Contain* Thiamin (Vitamin B t >, Niacin (Anti- r v '1
!§» Pollagra Factor).Calcium.Phopphorus and Iron. ;$!
jEnw Milled from Choice Soft Winter Wheat 8 M
IS DISTRIBUTED BY: I SP?
« CITY MARKET
PET MILK
tall can —75 c
DUFF HOT ROLL MIX
25c
BABY FOOD
strained 9c
ZESTER OR PREMIUM CRACKERS
25c pound
MANY MORE SPECIALS
but they are too numerous to mention
in this advertisement.
which jumped for newsreel pic
tures in Tennessee.
The 82nd Division won fame for
the gallant part it played in World
War 11. It is based at Fort Bragg.
The O. V. Frady’s new brick
home is nearing completion on the
corner of Mattox Street and the
old road to Zebulon.
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