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Payroll Office Notes
Mrs. Z. Z. Hadley and boys are spend
ing a month at Ellerbee Springs. Z. Z.
js keeping bachelor apartments—when he
■s not fishing.
Miss Johnnie Ferree had a pleasant
'••■'P to Morganton recently.
J. D. (Daddy) Kirk, has a fine eight-
Pound girl at his house.
Works Office Notes
Mr. T. L. McGowan has resigned his
Position as Assistant Chief Clerk, and
make his home in Wilson. Mr.
‘ ^Gowan came to Badin from Winston-
in September, 1917. He has
many friends during his stay here,
carries with him their best wishes.
^^Miss Ruth Kendall, who has served
*nailing clerk for the past year, has
jl'ie to Poughkeepsie, N. Y., to enter
^^3sttnan Gaines Business College. Mr.
has charge of the mailing room.
Mauldin, Stokes, Culp,
A CONSTRUCTION DEPARTMENT GROUP
Anderson. Grandy. Jessup. Sitting—Claywell
In Window—Mrs. Cowart.
l>a H ^ baseball team continues its
pjl^, . hitting, and with York’s steady
onl keeping near the top. The
Same lost during the month was
Harry Swindell spent his vacation
in and near his home at
fried chicken and soft
formed a large part of the
^^®ement of the trip.
iob^ 'William S. Feezor is back on the
*ialf • ^ sojourn of a year and a
army. He returned from
about a month ago.
•'■f. R t. r.
tsfty ' • Rees was a member of a
*0n, Q ° Went by car over to Hender-
thirteenth, to attend the
II- Cowles have
thr weeks’ automobile
\lf ^ Western North Carolina.
old spent his vacation at
■ . Pi^st two months, the labor
* Carbon Plant has been
''f*V*the*^ ^he history of the plant.
"'Vos ’"®sult of bringing order out
*1?'* having one man to handle
- .s plant. Mr. W. R.
• \y labor foreman.
ma.son foreman, has
to enter into the
''*■^8, at Salisbury. Mr. Wm.
Stoll, of Brooklyn, N. Y., will succeed
Mr. Dalton. At the present time, Mr.
Jack Cecil is acting as mason foreman.
Mr. J. A. Wilkinson, one of the fore
men in the Extension Department, has
been called to his home, at Lumberton,
N. C., on account of the illness of his
parents. Jimmie is generally missed by
everyone, and particularly by Lee.
Mr. Lee says if the mercury climbs
up one or two points more he will have
to discard the dry measure method of
handling pitch, and adopt the liquid
measure; that is, just dip up a bucket
ful, and pour it into the mix.
Biddix is happy now. He has got his
peas planted, and says there will be
some excellent hunting up the lake next
fall. If there is anything that Biddix
likes to do better than hunt, we don’t
know what it is.
It is a dime to a doughnut that the
Carbon Plant will win the tug of war
on the Fourth of July. We can muster
up a team that will average 195 pounds
to the man; and it is not 195 pounds of
The Mechanical Department is install
ing a new and larger cyclone on the
Packing Materials Plant. This should
further minimize the dust nuisance
around the Plant.
Mr. J. H. Spraker, who until recently
worked in the Reclamation Department,
is now employed in the Carlwn Plant,
as foreman of the handy gang.
Mr. Adams, of the Claim Department,
was a visitor thru the Plant last week.
If you want to know how to make a
white suit black, ask Adams.
Jimmy Green, carbon plant clerk, is
rapidly recovering from a sprained
ankle, received in a recent ball game.
Our stack looks better with its steel
trimmings; also it makes the men who
work near it feel considerably better.
N. A. Efird, of Albemarle, is now em
ployed in the Carbon Plant. Mr. Efird
is a brick mason.
Mr. Mark Hagan and Mr. S. P. Herrin
are now employed in the Carbon Plant,
as boiler firemen.
Mr. R. T. Liles, brother of Mr. B. S.
Liles, is employed in the Reclamation
Mr. G. E. Gist has been confined to
his bed for the past few days with
Mr. B. S. Liles is now getting “hep”
to the operating end of the Baking De
D. G. Graham says if it gets any hot
ter, he is going to “melt down.”
Mr. E. C. Edwards is confined to his
bed with rheumatism.
Mr. D. Howell, alias “I Knew,” is
taking his vacation.
“Le Rot Kst Mart—Vive le Hoi.”
•Mr. Grandy has gone, and Claywell
has taken the reins.
The “small black pipe” will soon be
chasing the Demerara mosquito to the