Friday, October 29, 1948
Halloween Carnival Set
For Wakelon Monday
The annual Halloween Carni
val at Wakelon School will be held
Monday night, November 1, at
7:30. Admission is ten cents for
both children and adults.
The program is divided into two
parts, the first of which will con
sist of skits and stunts in the high
school auditorium. The various
grades will present these stunts,
after which games and other
amusements will be held in the
The proceeds of the entertain
ment will go to the general school
fund. Students and faculty urge
I everyone in the community to at
Pleasant Hill News
We are sorry to report that De
loris Horton, little daughter of
Billie Horton, has had pneumonia.
She is better.
Mr. B. K. Horton is able to be
out, but he is not well yet.
We are sorry Mr. Roscoe Perry
is still in Mary Elizabeth Hospital.
He has been there several weeks.
Mr. Dennis Carter, Jr., of Wen-
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Auction Sale for Farmers Cash Prizes Trade Specials
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 4
Auction Sale Begins at 2:00 p.m. No Fees
The Zebulon Chamber of Commerce
INVITES EVERYONE TO JOIN IN THIS FIRST GREAT NEW TRADE DAY!
Bring Cows, Chickens, Cars, Machinery*
WE'LL SELL ANYTHING YOU HAVE THAT YOU DON'T NEED OR WANT!
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ZEBULON, NOVEMBER 4
dell, Route 1, is in Duke Hospital.
We hope he will soon be well, and
able to go back to Hoyle’s Secre
We are also sorry Mr. Clifton
Carter is sick in Rex Hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. T. Y. Puryear, Jr.,
and children spent Sunday with
her people, the Joseph Allens of
?*frs. T. Y. Puryear, Sr., spent
several days last week with her
daughter •in Raleigh, Mrs. Joe
Mrs. E. W Hood spent Saturday
night with her daughter, Mrs. D.
A. Gay in Raleigh.
Mrs. J. T. Gay and Mrs. A. O.
Puryear spent noon of last week ;
with Mrs. Bertie Whitley of Mid- j
Mrs. C. M. Rhodes, Mrs. F. V. i
Hood and daughter, Virginia, and |
Mrs. E. W. Hood were Sunday j
night visitors at Mrs. T. Y. Pur
year's. Also Mr. T. E. Puryear and
and family of Mitchell’s Mill sec-
Dr. Chas. E. Flowers
Physician and Surgeon
Office Phone 3311 Residence 3901
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A Regular $2.00 Value Children's
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As Long as They Last
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The Zebulon Record
tion, and Mr. and Mrs. Maynard
Puryear of Youngsville were visi
Quite a number of our women
are planning to go to the W. M. U.
Association Friday at Wendell.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Price of
Godwm, Mrs. Lillie Paper of Wen
dell. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Carter of
Raleigh, and Mr. and Mrs. Pete
Williams of Raleigh were visitors
in the Bertie Carter home §unday.
—Mrs. T. Y. Puryear
Mrs. Thomas Davis of St. Pet
ersburg, Fla., is visiting her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Campen,
and other relatives here.
and Hot Dogs with Our
Genuine Chili Sauce
MODERN EQUIPMENT PLUS CARE
equals a total of good work!
Modern Equipment Does Cleaning Best!
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THURMAN HEPLER, Owner
Clean Up Time Is Here Again
Laying houses to be cleaned and sprayed
Pullets to be wormed and checked for lice
Hog feeding time is Here
Purina hog chow to be ted with grain, or
hog Fatena a complete feed.
We hare it. Come in to see us.
MASSEY S HATCHERY