Friday, October 1, 1948'
(Continued from Page 2)
I am enjoying everything and be
ing deeply grateful for what is
being done and has been done by
I fully shared the sentiments of
the little pre-school girl who last
Sunday while watching and list
ening pulled at her teacher’s arm
to whisper excitedly, “Isn’t this
One of my younger friends re
marked to me recently that it
«nade her feel queer to have her
on remonstrate with her over
ome action, and to realize he had
good grounds for a different
opinion. I told her it is when the
grandsons begin remonstrances
that the really queer feeling
Reaching home later than usual
from the missionary meeting Mon
day afternoon, I explained that as
retiring president I had been given
a present and that we had enjoyed
a social hour with refreshments.
A member of the family remarked,
“My, they must have been glad.”
If y6u # have been feeling that
thread is about the only thing you
can buy at old prices, think again;
and also look at the yardage print
ed on the paper at the spool’s end.
White thread now runs sixty yards
for five cents, colors have fifty. We
used to buy 200 yards of white for
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Cabinet Heaters - Floor Furnaces
Customer - Aiga Heaters
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Any kind of Sport Wear Come to see us!
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Sunday Shows 3 & 9 P. M. Weekday Shows 3:30 & 7:15 P. M.
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THURSDAY, SEPT. 30—
Burt Lancaster Lizabeth Scott
I Walk Alone
FRIDAY, OCT. 1—
Robert Young Robert Mitchum
SATURDAY, OCT. 2
Gene Krupa Jack Leonarld
Roy Rogers Jane Frazee
Under California Skies
Chapter No. 10 TEX GRANGER
SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY, OCT. 3-4-s—“
Wiliiam Bendix Claire Trevor
The Babe Ruth Story
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 6
Jean Porter Jimmy Lloyd
Two Blondes and a Redhead
Chapter No. 12 G-MEN NEVER FORGET
THURSDAY AND FRIDAY, OCT. 7-8—
Eddie Albert Gale Storm
The Dude Goes West
tr the Other
five cents, and even then one of
my great aunts measured what
was on one spool to be sure she
was getting her money’s worth.
We may reach the place where
we’ll pause and decide whether we
can afford to trim a garment with
rows of machine stitching.
A writer in Raleigh spoke a few
days ago of robins gathered in
flocks for migration. The ones here
don’t seem to be thinking seriously
of leaving. But thrashers are sel
dom seen in the yard since days
are cooler. Cardinals have come
from deep woods to call and feed
in the drive-way, and two days
(Across from Meredith
Hillsboro St., Raleigh, N.C.
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The Zebulon Record
ago we saw a dove Just beyond
the doorway. The mocking birds
won’t leave at all. Bluejays and
starlings feed all over the place.
Goldfinch have eaten all the sun
flower seed small enough for them
to manage and have gone, and
only the English sparrows are
with us now. I never saw so many
field and song sparrows as were
here in summer and we miss them.
Margaret’s Beauty Shop
Upstairs Over Zebulon Drug St<m
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Next Door to Carolina Power
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The Dependable Tobacco Market
Prices Took a Decided Jump On
All Grades This Week
We Sold 1,470,000 Lbs. Monday
at a Net Average of
Grade for Grade Prices Were
Better Grades Selling for $67, $69
S7O-$74-SBO-SB2 per hundred
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