Car Stolen Yesterday
Off Main Street Here
A 1937 Ford automobile, stolen
yesterday afternoon from off the
main street of Zebulon, had not
been recovered this morning as
deputies and patrolmen widened
The car was stolen when Gene
vee Ellington left it in front of
Flowers Store to make a purchase.
Two unidentified negroes were re
ported to have driven the car off
before any alarm could be given.
Mrs. Jethro Stell at
tended the Gupton-Read wedding
in Durham Saturday afternoon.
They also attended the flower
show held in the Durham armory.
The district meeting of the
Woman’s Club met at Goldston
Thursday, September 23. Attend
ing from Zebulon were: Mesdames
Robert Ed Horton, Dighton Fidd
ner, Thurman Murray, Ed Elling
ton, and R. H. Herring.
Miss Emma Vic Gill bride
elect of October, was compliment
ed at a tea when her grandmother,
Mrs. J. E. Gill, and her aunt, Miss
Catrina Gill, received at their
home in Zebulon, Arrangements of
late summer flowers were used
throughout the home. The hon
oree received a corsage of white
Miss Catrina Gill greeted the
guests at the door and introduced
them to the honoree and Mrs. Gill.
Mrs. Randolph Hendricks di
rected guests to the dinning room
where Mrs. R. H. Herring presid
ed over the punch bowl. Nuts,
date balls, potato chips and open
face sandwhiches were served by
J. M. Chevrolet Co.
Elite Beauty Salon
Mrs. Frank Kemp, Owner
Miss Susan Stallings, Manager
Telephone 4641 Zebulon
WE REBUILD WRECKS
Complete Repair Work for any Car
All Work Guaranteed
Against your worst enemies
—Fire, Storm, Accident. See
D. D. Chamblee
The Insurance Man
$l5O IN CASH TO BE GIVEN AWAY FREE
In Good Will Prizes at Zebulon Thursday, October 7
Misses Fay and Joellen Gill.
Miss Gill, honoree, was present
ed a mirror and evening wrap by
the hostess and a chair from her
uncle, Dabney Gill.
Appiroximately 40 guests called
during the afternoon.
Bridge Club Meets
Mrs. J. F. Coltrane entertained
the Wednesday Afternoon Club
last week. Several progressions
of bridge were played in the house,
after which members and guests
enjoyed a barbecue supper and
Those present were Mesdames
A. R. House, John Horton, J. K.
Barrow, Sr., John Kemp, E. H.
Moser, C. E. Flowers, Sr., F. L.
Page, Frank Lombardo, S. G.
Flowers, F. E. Bunn, Millard
Chamblee and the hostess.
Mr. and Mrs. Myron F. Grote
of New York City announce the
marriage of their daughter, Jean
Frances, to Mr. William Mont
gomery, Jr., of Jackson, Miss., on
The wedding took place in Jack
son where the bride is director of
the Occupational Therapy depart-
Irby D. Gill
Attorney and Counselor at Law
Dr. G. S. Barbee
Physician and Surgeon
Office Hours 9 a.m. - 12 noon
2 p.m. - 5 p.m. —7 p.m. - 8 p.m.
Little River Ice Co.
Quality and Service
Plate Supper Hopkins X Roads
FRIDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1948 5-9 o’clock
Pig or Chicken Barbecue
Saw, Potato Salad, Coffee, Bread, Cake or Pie
$35.00 in Prize Money
SEE WORTH HINTON OR RALEIGH ALFORD
A Feature of Zebulon's Farmers' Day
Farmers Day —lO a.m. Thursday , Oct. 7
First Prize s2s Second Prize slO
See R. H. Bridgers or Thurman Murray
The Zebulon Record
' ment of the Crippled Children’s
Service of the State of Mississippi.
Mrs. Montgomery is a graduate
of Columbia University and had
J special post graduate w r ork at the
Children’s Rehabilitation Institute
in Baltimore, Md.
Mr. Montgomery is a graduate
: of Millsaps College and is a sur
They will make their home in
A tribute of love and devotion
to the memory of our Dear Moth
er, Mrs. Clydia B. Brantley, who
departed this life three years ago.
September 21, 1945.
Mother, dear, how much we love
This world will never know;
If tears could bring you back to us,
You would have been here long
Dr. L. M. Massey
Office Phone 4281
Office over Zebulon Drug Store
Dr. J. F. Coltrane
Office Phone 4961
Office Hours: 9-12:30 a.m.
Open All Day Sunday
Gasoline and Oil
Willard & Exide Batteries
Washing and Greasing
Goodyear Tires & Tubes
Avon Privett and
Each day seems very lonely
When we think of you, mama dear,
God alone knows how we have
missed you >
In our hearts three long years.
—Your loving children.
Good soups deserve good com
panions, their softness calls for
crisp crackers or toast. Their hot
ness calls for icy cold celery, pick
els, or radishes. Their delicate
blandness for the tartness of ol
ives, lemons, or nippy chese.
Ist PRIZE $50.00 BICYCLE
2nd PRIZE SIO.OO ACCESSORIES
3rd PRIZE * , $5.00 ACCESSORIES
SEE C. V. WHITLEY OR PAT FARMER
Cameb are so Mifcf
that a 30-Qay Test revealed I
n 0 THROAT IRRITATION
fdue to smoking CAMELS!
Yes, Camels are so mild that noted throat
specialists, making weekly examinations
of hundreds of men and women who
smoked Camels exclusively for 30 con
secutive days —on the average of one to
two packages a day—found not one single
case of throat irritation due to smoking
A Prize for Every
BEST STRING BAND $25.00
BEST FIDDLER SIO.OO
BEST GUITARIST SIO.OO
BEST HARMONICA PLAYER SIO.OO
BEST BANJO PLAYER SIO.OO
See D. D. Chamblee or
Friday, October 1,1948
Card of Thanks
I wish to thank all who contrib
uted gifts of clothes, furniture and
money after our home was burned.
Lillie Mae Morgan.
Dr. Chas. E. Flowers
Physician and Surgeon
Office Phone 3311 Residence 3901