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Talk about landing big fish, well, Zebulon folks always seem to know how to drag them out of the
water, and E. C. Daniel is no exception. He journeyed down to Morehead City for a fishing trip, and
landed the largest catch of the day. In case you have trouble recognizing him, he’s second from the right.
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tea kettle was too full of leaves
and twigs to hold much more was
it entirely emptied for the process
to begin all over again. Indians
are said to have taught the early
colonists how to use this shrub,
which is a species of holly.
An ancient writer of proverbs
listed four things as too wonderful
for him to understand: “The way
of an eagle in the air; the way of
a serpent upon a rock; the way
of a ship in the midst of the sea;
and the way of a man with a
maid.”
If that ancient had been here
last week he might probably have
added to those numbered above
the way of a citizen of the United
States with a ballot in his hand.
To this Mr. Gallup and others
would probably agree.
Never am I invited to take a
meal with friends or to make a
talk anywhere that it does not
seem imperative for me to dye
something or work in dirt—or both
—that day. I was getting up glad
iolas last week when Mrs. Howard
Massey asked my husband and me
to supper with them, the Exum
Chamblees and Mrs. Harper being
other friends there for the meal.
The glads had to be looked after.
Not having been taken up last fall,
they were in sad shape, and moles
had already begun eating the
corms.
Gladiolas multiply by splitting
into two or more smaller corms or
by forming numerous tiny ones
at the base of the first. The really
ambitious ones do both. As a rule
the old part dries up, but some
times it rots and the infection
spreads to the young growth. That
is one reason why they should be
taken up every year or two. And
it is much better to remove the
dead or dying corm from the new
ones. After curing until all foliage
is dry enough to come off easily,
we are advised to place the corms
in paper bags and sprinkle naph
talene flakes over them to stay
about ten days. This is to kill
thrip which might otherwise ruin
ATHLETES FOOT GERM
KILL IT* FOR 35C
If not pleased, your money back.
Ask any druggist for this STRONG
fungicide. TE-OL. Made with 90
percent alcohol, it PENETRATES.
Reaches and kills MORE germs ON
CONTACT* Today at Zebulon
Drug Company.
the bloom next year. When the
naphthalene ‘is shaken off the
corms may be stored in a box.
They are easy to keep, as light
freezing does not kill them; but
should not be kept in too warm a
place.
The tiny bulblets—if you pre
fer that name to corms—should be
put in the ground as early as pos
sible in spring; some will have
small spikes of bloom in late sum
mer, and all will bloom the second
year. And there may now be some
thing better to use than naphtha
lene.
Recently I read an article which
declared we do not use our sub
conscious minds as we might and
should. The writer said he never
worries over anything forgotten;
just puts his subconscious to work
on it and goes about something
else. He was rather technical,
which I couldn’t be; but I decided
to try it for myself. It worked
pretty well a few times; and then
I persisted in staying awake one
night and was saying poetry to
myself and suddenly remembered
part of one not seen for more than
forty years, it seemed a real test
of my subconscious mind to order
it to find the first stanza of that
poem, not one word of which I
could recall. I fell asleep finally,
and next morning as I stooped to
pull on a stocking, plain as could
be there came before my mind’s
eye a page of the Delineator with
that poem on the last column of
the left-hand page just as I had
first seen it; and I began repeat
ing:
“Beyond the reach of sky and sea;
Beyond the touch of hard.”
That’s the truth; but please don’t
ask me how it was done.
NOTICE
FARM FOR RENT
IN UPPER EDCE OF JOHNSTON
COUNTY
with 8 acre tobacco allotment
If interested see
J. S. PULLEY
Zebulon, N. C., Route 1
The Zebulon Record
PLEASANT HILL
Hephzibah Baptist Church, Joe
F. Roach, pastor, will have Sun
day School at 10 o’clock in the
morning and worship at 11 o’clock.
In the evening B.T.U. will be at
6:30 and regular services at 7:30.
We had present for last Sunday
168. We need that many more.
Please come. The church' needs
you and you need the church ser
vices.
In spite of the heavy rain Wed
nesday night a goodly number was
present for the Harvest Day at
Hephzibah. Around noon the sun
came out and those that brought
parasols for rain used them in
stead for the sunshine. A large
table was spread in the basement.
There was enough food to feed
many more. A table was loaded
on the church ground with pro
duce for sale, such as com, hay,
cotton seed meal, hogs, chickens,
and many other items. We think
the collection was some over
twenty-three hundred dollars.
Most of the farmers have their
crops in except some fields of cot
ton which are waiting for the
cotton pickers to pick their cotton.
I think while they wait they are
losing weight.
We have a real grocery store
that comes by our door twice a
week now. Mr. Julian Johnson
carries anything you need from
chewing gum to 100 pound bags
of feed.
Mr. Willard Gay was in a wreck
a few weeks ago and was in the
hospital but is at home now and
getting on fine.
We are sorry Lawrence Puryear,
son of A. O. Puryear, is on the sick
list.
We ae glad to report Mr. Clifton
Carter is home from the hospital
and also Mr. Roscoe Perry. Both
are getting on fine.
Mr. and Mrs. Alfonza Starnes,
Mr. and Mr.s T. Y. Puryear, Sr.,
Mr. and Mrs.. John Carter and
Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. Pearce attended
the wedding of Mr. David Moody
and Miss Dorothy Wall at Roles
ville Church last Friday evening
at % 7:30.
Our sympathy goes out to the
relatives of Mr. Ronald Perry, who
was killed in a wreck a few weeks
ago. Also Mr. and Mrs. Robert
Allen Perry have our sympathy in
the death of their baby last week.
Also Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Haswell
in the death of Mrs. Haswell’s
father, Mr. Allen.
Mr. and Mrs. Lennie Liles have
returned from a visit in the moun
tains.
Mrs. E. W. Hood spent the week
end in Raleigh with her daughter,
Mrs. D. A. Gay.
Mrs. T. Y. Puryear spent Wed
nesday afternoon with her daugh
ter, Mrs. L. H. Williford of Beth
any.
Mr. T. Y. Puryear, L. H. Willi
ford, A. O. Puryear and Maynard
Puryear went on a deer hunt Mon
day of last week around Manches
ter.
Mrs. Ruth Puryear and children
spent the week end with her moth
er, Mrs. Joseph Allen of Selma.
Mrs. T. Y. Puryear.
NOTICE
Having qualified as Administra
tor of the estate of Lillie E. Par
sons deceased, late of Wake Coun
ty, North Carolina, this is to noti
fy all persons having claims
against the estate of said deceased
to exhibit them to the undersigned
at Wake Forest, N. C., on or be
fore the 15th day of October, 1949,
or this notice will be pleaded in
bar of their recovery. All persons
indebted to said estate will please
make immediate payment.
This 7th day of October, A. D.
1948.
Donald Gulley, Administrator of
Estate of Lillie E. Parsons,
deceased.
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ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE
Having qualified as administra
trix of the estate of D. Sulley Bail-
North Carolina, this is to notify
ey, deceased, late of Wake County,
all persons having claims against
the estate of said deceased to ex
hibit them to the undersigned, at
R. F. D. No. 3, Zebulon, North
Carolina, on or before the 3rd day
of October, 1949, or this notice will
be pleaded in bar of their recov
ery. All persons indebted to said
estate will please make immediate
payment.
This the 27th day of September,
1948.
Mrs. Nora Allen Bailey,
Administratrix
Os D. Sully Bailey’s Estate.
A. R. House, Atty.,
307 Lawyers Bldg.,
Raleigh, N. C.
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WAKELON THEATRE
ZEBULON, N. C.
Friday, November 12, 1948
J. M. Chevrolet Co.
Chevrolet* Oldsmobilet
Dr. Chas. E. Flowers
Physician and Surgeon
Office Phone 3311 Residence 3901
Dr. L. M. Massey
DENTIST
Office Phone 4281
Residence - 3131
Office over Zebulon Drug Store
Dr. L. A. Raynor, Jr.
—OPTOMETRIST—
wiII be in the office of Dr. G. S.
Barbee in Zebulon on the last
Wednesday in each month.
Eye Examination by Appointment
Ph. 4011 Zebulon, N. C.
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.
Telephone 4011
Dr. J. F. Coltrane
DENTIST
Office Phone „ 4961
Office Hours: 9-12:30 a.m.
1:30-5 p.m.
Allen Cawthorne
WE REBUILD WRECKS
Complete Repair Work for any Cat
All Work Guaranteed
Little River Ice Co.
Quality and Service
RADIO
SALES AND SERVICE
Expert Repair Service
JAMES CREECH
Next Door to Carolina Power
fc Light Co.
Floors Sanded and Finished
No Job Too Large and None
Too Small
Royal Bunn
Telephone 2231
Upstairs Over City Market
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WAKELON AUTO
SERVICE
Route 4, Zebulon, N. C.
WELDING
Electric and Gas
Radiator Cores Replaced
and Repaired
Trailers Built to Order
L. E. Poole
    

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