The Badin bulletin. online resource (None) 1918-1920, December 01, 1918, Image 9
badin bulletin Page Nine departmental news Works Office Notes Among the fellows across the seas "'’I'o have been heard from recently are Pvt. James H. Cornelius, Lieut. P. A. Roberts, Sergt. \V. H. Aiken, Jr., Sergt. John H. Bolton, and Sergt. John B. Halliburton. are glad to welcome Mr. and Mrs. H. Cowles, of Lenoir, N. C. Mr. Cowles is in the Payroll 'Department, '‘Id Mrs. Cowles in the Works Office. J. H. Calloway, of Maryville, is spending some time with us, seeing how ^ Pannill does things in the Cost department. , Mr. Geo. F. Campbell, of Pittsburg, is ’*1 the Cashier’s office. Mr. Campbell family are at home at 32 Hender- son Avenue. Mr. Thomas Ham is again in the Purchasing Department, after an absence of six months. He’s the same Ham. Mr. Harry Swindell attended the wed- '■’K of his sister. Miss Bessie Swindell, Belhaven, N. C., on November 30. Mr. W'. Kinsey is on the job again, a siege of the “flu” and pneu- *«onia. . R. z. Kidd, from Yadkin Falls, ® 'Working in the Store Room. Mr. R. Bizzell has been transferred ° Town Site Office. Carbon Plant ^ Messrs. Mueser, Liles, and Biddex ^ ®fit on a hunting trip the other after- ^ It didn’t take an enormous con- ^0 bring home what they killed, th ^ little story connected with Tl? ^1^'at runs something like this: and pointed a covey of birds, j.g , huntsman in the party got “fl ^ shoot before telling the dog to eviH Another of the party, who hu hadn’t spent most of his life coul !*”?’ complaining that he did the birds. And he never '^ntil the covey was “flushed.” ®tart^i Extension work has 'pjjj ® ^Bain, this time to be completed, of ^as been held up on account is „ of labor. When the work there will be twenty-four ‘**«onal ovens. Mr. W. C. Harwood is foreman in charge of the work during Mr. J. D. Black’s absence. Mr. G. R. Swaney, formerly superin tendent of the Carbon Plant at Messma, N. Y., was a welcomed visitor the early pjrt of November. Mr. Swaney stopped over while en route to Maryville, Tenn., where he will be superintendent of the , Carbon Plant at that place. The Cost Department has its troubles. They, claim now that we are baking more carbon than was packed into the furnaces. Verily we say unto them, it • can’t be “did.” Mr. J. D. Black, who is in charge of construction of the Carbon Baking Furnaces at Maryville, spent ten days with us the past month. Mr. R. D. Smith, who was formerly employed in the Rodding Room, is now working in the Extrusion Department, on the night shift. Mr. R. M. King has returned from a two weeks’ vacation spent with rela tives and friends in the Lone Star State. The Carbon Plant went “over the top” in the War Work Campaign. Out of one hundred and ninety men em ployed, two hundred and twelve dollars were raised. The boys from “over there” will soon be “over here,” and when they arrive they should want for nothing. Evidently the war is over; it is pos sible to look in one direction, and see three or four men. Mr. T. A. Moorman is now connected with the Carbon Plant. Pot Room Notes Mr. C. M. Sturkey is a pretty busy man these days as Foreman of the Carbon Rodding department. He says he would be perfectly happy these days if the Carbon Plant would only take care of the mountain of carbon butts which have accumulated in Building 30. Here is the chance of a lifetime to make at least one man happy. How about it, Mr. Biddix? We will probably be receiving some of our returned soldier boys within the next few months. Several of them have already signified their intention to come back to Badin to work when the war is . .V >,wwnui’«Ju«rTyag i phi ri nr ii ' ■ A- : r , .W:»-3p^jKgrja«>aaa«h.j68a» MRS. LILLY AND HER SERVICE FLAG _ as many stars? Mrs. Lilly is a veritable mother to "her boys." and is How many families can show a mighty proud of them.