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The Badin bulletin. online resource (None) 1918-1920, July 01, 1919, Image 19

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badin bulletin Page Nineteen and also for the. privilege of picnicing the Mountain. Several snapshots ere taken, which we hope will be good nough to print in this issue. All were ARE YOU FIGHTING A rat TLE OF INDEPENDENCE? IF YOU ARE FIGHTINn under general good lose! surely general THRIFT IS A WINNER. ^ BEGIN TO MAKP TtJrtc'T^ payments now those — A HOME, AND BF tv DEPENDENT. ‘’'® Expression on These ''■ttle Faces That That it was Just "After Lunch"? .^^‘husiasUc, and voted to make the out- and picnic an annual event in the life ^i-esbyterians in Badin. Baptist Briefs \y , is progress- ''’'>>0^ completed, it will itij,, fsivorably with the best build- s» If, - overalls that he put them on wrong way-first—that is, either he or the over alls needed to right-about-face. The pastor has been preaching a series of Sunday night sermons on the subject: “Letters to the Human Race.” Two of the seven letters are yet to be preached— Letter No. VI, From Him “That Hath the Key,” and Letter No. VII, From Him that is the Great “Amen.” Some excellent folks are being received into our membership. Let every Baptist in Badin line up with us. our city. financial rallies” have been ^'ined lurch to give the members of the friends in and around Nh lu-, ®PP‘’‘’tunity to give for this OvJ ^ opportun venture. ^eing done by a - ‘K "one oy a ^ll tt,. of the members. This Jiiemoers. This S, if. the cost of the build- their contribut- ^ the time be will be kept. This work t^l'.exc evening in the S ept Wednesdays and Saturdays. Us®^joy the hours, and fi He ^ ™"tribution in labor. ^*^«veni''’ Arnette, who the out was so unfamiliar with Badin Methodist Church The warm weather has in no way altered our church services. The hours of worship are: Sunday School, 9.45 a. m.; preaching, ILOO and 8.30 p. m. You are cordially invited to worship with us, and help us break the bread of life. Dr. Rowe, our beloved presiding elder, will hold our Third Quarterly Confer ence, on Sunday afternoon, 3.30 o’clock, June 13, in the Theater Building. Don’t miss the Conference. He will preach at night. Hear him. —J. E. D. Houser, Pastor Fecamp Abbey, 1918 By Maj. Guy M. Kindersley, O. B. E. Great were the temples you builded, long ' were the years that you wrought, Mighty with chisel and hammer, and cun ning the craftsmen you taught; Content to live for your labor, and die ere the labor was done. For ’twas meet your children should fin ish the buildings your fathers begun. "iou worked for a Master Builder, who paid not by time nor in gold, And gave to the youngest workman the wage that He gave to the old— The joy that was His in creation, when He laid aside His rod. And the morning stars made answer to the shout of the sons of God. But now we are hirelings of Mammon, and mean are the buildings we rear: Hastening to finish our labor for a wage which we take with a sneer- For love is the tool of the craftsman, and nis light is the sinj?le eye, And whenever man serves two Masters, the spirit of man must die. —Literary Digest on gardens, "hich appear monthly in The Bulletin are of great value, since they are writ ten by a practical man. We do not know whether Mr. Arthur has been coaching his neighbors, or whether his neighbors are all good farmers and mak- inp him extend himself; but the gardens along Kirk Place can hardly be beaten. Mrs. Tom Cutchins is visiting in Win- pate. If you want to see what can be done with front yards under adverse circum stances, just notice the yards on the south side of Spruce Avenue, between Cedar and Willow. These people are to be congratulated. DRY GOODS COMPANY ALBEMARLE’S BEST STORE and Men *s Ready-to- Wear ALBEMARLE, N. C. WOODY &• REYN07.DS I’lioTor.Rinigits .\rtiNlir Work in AH I.Shph of I’liotorfrnpliy KoHak Finixhind n SiierinKy I’rompl Hiul SnliHrnrlory Sorvin> BADIN. N. {;. ^AUL j. REINER h Spp the HOME TAILOR ®^ACM SUMMER FABRICS ES. KOOL KLOTHS, MOHAIR, AND BLUE SERGE R,pair Work and BADIN, N. C. DR. J. F. CAMPBELL DENTIST OFFICE OVER WOLF’S STOKE BADLX, N. C.

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