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C-D Drivers Urged
To Take License
Drivers whose names begin with
the letters ‘C’ and ‘D’ have only
through this month to be examined
for their drivers’ licenses, stated
Clarence Hocutt, local representa
tive. He urged that applicants
come early in the month to avoid
a last minute jam.
After the last day of June, those
‘C’ and ‘D’ drivers who have not
passed the examination and driv
ing test will be subject to arrest if
found operating a motor vehicle.
“If takes time for me to give the
examination, said Clarence, “and
I can handle a small number each
day. If everybody waits until the
last minute, somebody is going to
be left out.”
Vocation Bible Work
Planned for Bethany,
The Wakefield Baptist Church
will hold its Vacation Bible School
June 7 to 18. The school will be
gin at 8:30 a. in. and continue
until 11:30 a. m. each day. Chil
dren of the community between
the ages of four and 16 are urged
to attend. There will be four de
partments and the workers in each
BEGINNER— Mrs. Lionel Bunn.
Mrs. Russell Williams, Miss Mary
Alice Jones, and Miss Frances
PRIMARY— Mrs. L. A. Baker,
Mrs. Elbert Rhodes, Mrs. William
Thornton, and Mrs. Edison Wood.
JUNIOR—Mrs. Harold Pippin,
Mrs. Eugene Mangum, and Miss
INTERMEDIATE— Mrs. C. T.
Pippin, John H. McCrimmon.
MUSIC Mrs. Harold Pippin.
The Bethany Baptist Church will
hold its Vacation Bible School
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June 4 to 11. Preparation will be
held on Friday, June 4 at 2 p. m.
and class work will begin the fol
lowing Monday. The school will
begin each day at 2:00 p. m. and
continue until 5:00. Children of
the community between the ages
of four and 16 are urged to attend.
There will be four departments,
the workers of each being:
BEGINNER— Mrs. J. B. Ham
rick, Mrs. Dewey Ray, Mrs. Roch
er Ray, and Mrs. Frank Parrott.
PRIMARY — Mrs. Fletcher Stell.
Mrs. Howard Robertson, and Mrs.
JUNIOR Mrs. Hoyle Davis,
Mrs. John Blackard, and Mrs. Ol
Sunday Shows 3 & 9 P. M. Weekday Snows 3:30 & 7:15 P. M.
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THURSDAYaruT FRIDAY, JUNE 3-4— ~
HUMPHREY BOGART and WALTER HOUSTON
Treasure of Sierra Madre
JOE YULE and RENNIE RIANO
Jiggs and Maggie in Society
WILLIAM BOYD and ANDY CLYDE
CHAPTER NO. 8 SEA HOUND
SUNDAY and MONDAY,’ JUNE 6-7 -
YVONNE CARLO, BRIAN DONLEVY, JEAN PIERRE AUMONT
Song of Scheherazade
TUESDAY, JUNE 8— ~
OLIVIA de HAVILLAND and LEW AYRES
ERNEST TUBB and LORI TALBOTT
Hollywood Barn Dance
Romance of The Rockies
CHAPTER NO. 8 MYSTERIOUS MR. M.
THURSDAY and FRIDAY, JUNE 10-11-
HENRY FONDA and BARBARA BEL GEDDES
The Long Night
INTERMEDIATE Mrs. W. A
Davis, and John H. McCrimmon.
MUSIC Miss Bruce Stell and
Mrs. William Cozart.
Secretary—- Mrs. Joris Bell.
Memory Gives Talk
At Wakelon Finals
(Continued from Page 1)
Howard Perry, Willard Lindberg
Ray, Elvera Ann Raybon, and Rex
Mascots of the class were Tom
my Bunn and Betsy Rountree and
commencement marshals were
Becky Clark, chief; Doris Lock
leair, Martha Jones, Elsie Tippett,
Linda Massey, and Stella Phillips.
Rev. Carlton Mitchell delivered
the invocation, and Rev. Paul
Carruth pronounced the benedic
tion. Music was under the direc
tion of Mrs. Nellie B. Kemp.
Minda Pearce was awarded the
coveted citizenship award. Ath-
ATTENTION COTTON FARMERS!
COTTON BOLL WEEVIL DUST
Now in Stock Wholesale and Retail
WAKELON TRADING COMPANY
NOTICE OF SALE
OF VALUABLE FARM
The heirs at law of the late J. M. EDDINS, will
on Tuesday, June 15, 1948, at 11:00 o’clock, a. m.
upon the premises about three miles northwest of
Zehulon, offer for sale at public auction to the
highest bidder, for cash, the farm lands known as
the homeplace of the late J. M. Eddins and Nora E.
Eddins, containing ninety-five (95) acres, more or
less, about fifty acres of which are cleared and the
remainder in wooded land. There is a 1918 tobacco
allotment of eight and two tenths (8.2) acres to
said farm. Buildings consist of one five room
dwelling, one six room dwelling, both with elec
tricity; one pack house; three tobacco curing bams;
two strip rooms with ordering pits; and stables for
The last and highest bidder will be required to
deposit five percent of his bid on the day of sale,
balance to be paid when deed is delivered.
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION, SEE OR WRITE TO
R. F. Eddins, C. B. Eddins
or F. D. Finch
ALL OF ZEBULON, N. C.
Friday, June 4, 1948
letic awards were presented Gen
avee Ellington and Ben Finch
Massey and Roderick Horton was
the winner of the W. H. Chamblee
Win with Scott. —adV.