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Presbyterian Church Notes
On April 6, the communion was ob-
fved by the congregation, at which
'le the names of twenty-five new mem-
■■s were read to church, those having
ited during the three months past. At
enthusiastic congregational meeting
W immediately afterwards, it was de-
to begin at once on the campaign
^ the new church. Prospects are very
'6ht for the erection of our building
an early date.
Go-to-Church Sunday was a decided
^cess, judging from the large congre-
^Mons which greeted the pastors at
®ir services April 13. We hope the
‘Petus gained may carry us forward
greater zeal and devotion. A revival
'^hurchgoing is very much needed in
Cordial invitation is given to all
''®sbyterians, and any others, to come
take part with us in the work of
the church. Hours for service: Sunday
School at 10 a. m.; Preaching at 11 a. m.
and 8 p. m.; Union Prayer Meeting
Wednesday at 8 p. m. During the month
of May, the pastor will preach at the
night service on “Important Doctrines of
the Bible,” endeavoring to treat them in
a popular way.
jlay 4—“What We Believe about the
May 11—“Why We Believe in God.”
May 18—“Three Persons and One
May 25—“The Holy Spirit and the
T. G. Tate
The good people of Badin rejoice that
the church affairs of our city are “look
ing up.” It is great for any community
when all its churches are growing.
“Go-to-Church Sunday” was quite help
ful to Baptist interests. Our people
greatly enjoyed that night the sermon
of Brother Houser, the popular pastor
of our Methodist brethren.
Our Sunday School completed its “Mis
sion Drive” the first Sunday in April,
rounding up a collection of more than
one hundred and fifty dollars, and it had
just given the Armenian sufferers about
fifty dollars. Join in with us, and help
us honor the Lord more and more.
The Construction Committee promise
that readers of this issue of the Bulle
tin shall see our church walls begin to
J. M. Arnette, Pastor
Mr. S. E. Corbett went to Salisbury,
April 15, to attend a union meeting of
the Knights of Pythias Lodge. From
Salisbury, he went to Charlotte, to at
tend the homecoming of the One Hundred
and Twentieth Infantry.
Mr. P. D. Johnson, of Raiford, is with
his daughter, Mrs. R. B. Leinster, for an
PAYS TO KEEP YOUR SHOES REPAIRED
F'irst-Class Work and
irst - Quality Material
badin electric shoe shop
BADIN. N. C.
J. S. KFIRI)
JOHN n. HEATH
Trraiurrr and Manager
ALBEMARLE REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE COMPANY
insurance, real estate, AND LOANS
^ AI,nl,MAHLK. N. C.
A. p A. C. HEATH. PRIflDINT
' ^*RRIS. CAtHIIR W. H .WHITLEY. A*»I«TANT CAlMIEI*
County Loan and Trust Company
ALBEMARLE, N. C.
^^SOURCES. OVER $400,000.00
Cent. Paid on Time Deposits
Loans Made on Liberty Bonds
. COME AND SEE US
You need banking service
NEW SPRING LINE OF OXFORDS, PUMPS
We Can Save You Money on Dependable Footwear
BELL SHOE STORE
BADIN, N. C.
We Have a Splendid Line of
DRESS GOODS, NOTIONS, AND READY-TO-WEAR
at very attractive prices. Come in and see
them. It will be dollars saved for you
G. M. DRY
Next Door to Hall’* Pharmacy ALBEMARLE, N. C.
SOME JEWELRY FACTS
It is a fact that every article in our
large, new stock, is tlioroly pood and
reliable; just what it pretends to be.
It is a fact that our guaranty stands be
hind every article we sell.
It is a fact that, QUALITY considered,
our priccs are the lowest of the low.
Don't these farts interest you?
Come in; let's have a talk about jewelry.
F. E. STARNES
ALBEMARLE, N. C.