Friday, August 20, 1948
Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Whitley and
daughter, Miss Nancy Whitley, left
Sunday for Cherry Grove, near
Myrtle Beach, where they have a
cottage for two weeks. With them
are Mrs. Whitley’s sister, Mrs.
Frank Poindexter, and Mr. Poin
dexter, of Winston-Salem.
Mrs. Mildred Richardson of Wil
mington arrived last Sunday to
visit in the home of her son, Ed
We are very sorry to learn that
Sidney Freedman, husband of
■the former Miss Frances Jones,
B*as taken seriously ill and flown
a Charlotte Hospital last Tues
day a week ago. We hope he is im
proved by now after an operation.
Mr. William Jones is back here
on his vacation with his wife and
Miss Justine Hicks celebrated
her seventeenth birthday Sunday,
August 15. She served twenty of
her girl friends ice cream and
cake. Her color scheme was pink
and green which was carried out
in the ice cream and a three-tired
cake. The only out-of-town guest
was Miss Magdalene Hocutt of
Mrs. David Elks is spending the
weekend with her parents, the
Mrs. Vera Rhodes spent the
FOR SALE—Wakefield baby car
riage, best made. See A. W. Gay,
telephone 4801, Zebulon.
F( »R SALE—OiI water heater
with 60 gallon tank, both in ex
cellent condition. Theo B. Davis,
dial 3921, Zebulon.
FOR SALE—I 939 Dodge % ton
truck with 1946 motor, good
condition, priced to sell . Good
trailer with railings, good for
transporting cotton, stock, etc.
R. N. Carlyle’s Store, between
Pilot and Rocky Cross.
J. M. Chevrolet Co.
Little River Ice Co.
Quality and. Service
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FORTUNA FOUNDATION GARMENTS
Pantie and Girdle Style
MISS PAULINE KANNON
AT KANNON’S CAFE ZEBULON, N. C.
weekend in Raleigh with Mrs.
Roser Browning who has been
very ill with a heart attach. She
attended the Tabernacle Church 1
Sunday a. m. and heard Mrs. An
nie Pully Horton teach a class.
She is my old friend and a great
teacher. I enjoyed it very much. I
returned home Sunday p. m. and
stopped to see Mrs. J. M. Johnson. |
She is much improved.
Miss Etta V. Liles and Mrs. Vera
Rhodes attended the shower at the
club house given for Miss Ruth !
Strickland. It was a very nice
shower she got. A bounty of nice
things. We wish them much hap
piness together. Marriage is a
wonderful thing but you should
think three times before you leap
into a life-long journey like that,
although I think you two are a
wonderful couple and may God
bless you both in your undertak
Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Gay and
family spent Saturday p. m. with
Mrs. E. W. Hood.
The cannery in Wendell is open
Monday through Friday from 10
a. m. to three p. m. for taking in
canning. We go about two or
three times a week. I like it fine.
I just wish Wakelon had one so we
wouldn’t have to go so far. There
were people from Wilson and
LET US CUT YOUR FEED
We will cut your feed by the
acre or by the hour, or we will sell
you one of the nicest tractors and
mowers to be had. We have small
and medium size tractors, bottom I
and tiller plows, bush and boggs,
gang disks, ice rubber tired tract
or wagons, etc.
We buy corn shelled, on the cob,
or in the shuck. We also buy
wheat, oats, soyabeans, and cot- j
TARPLEY & WILLIAMS
At Tarpley’s Mill
PHIL - ETT
Open All Day Sunday
Gasoline and Oil
Willard & Exide Batteries
Washing and Greasing
Goodyear Tires & Tubes
Avon Privett and
All pictures, graduation
diplomas, and certificates
look and keep better
in a beautiful frame.
5c to $5.00 STORE
Dalmon Whitley, Prop.
The Zebulon Record
Smithfield and Middlesex and
Bailey and Zebulon and Wake
field last week.
Mr. W. S. Broughton has had a
bad foot for the past few days but
is better now. Anyhow, he is able
to go fishing. He and Mrs. Harris
and I went to the river Wednesday
and caught about four pounds in
cluding two nice Jacks. It really
picks me up when I have luck like
that. I think I will go again.
Miss Margaret Warren of Ral
eigh spent the day Sunday with
the H. A. Hodges, Jr.
Well, so long. I will see you all
at the opening sales tomorrow.
—Mrs. Vera Rhodes
Once again we have passed a milestone of
service to our community. For 43 years we
have served Zebulon with its drug needs,
filling over a half-million prescriptions.
On August 16, we completed another
100,000 when Mr. W. H. Lucas brought
a prescription to be filled.
ZEBULON DRUG CO.
Oldest business in Zebulon under
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lB fall dresses and
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Complete Line of Childrens Rack-10-Sehool Dresses
yV Nice Assortment of 80 Square Prints,
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ZEBULON, NORTH CAROLINA
Thanks, neighbor, for your patience while we had our face
lifted. We’re through (we hope) with our termite troubles,
but now we’ve got to get our whole place rearranged and
cleaned up for your inspection Wait’ll you see the nice
fluorescent lights we’re putting in. If you can’t wait,
come on in and watch the electricians do the work. Maybe
we can sell you something while you look around the place.
FLOWERS 5c to $5 STORE
DALMON WHITLEY, Prop. ZEBULON