The Badin bulletin. online resource (None) 1918-1920, December 01, 1919, Image 15
^DIN BULLETIN Page Fifteen WHO’S ALL RIGHT? HIGH SCHOOL, HIGH SCHOOL, OUT OF SIGHT! Southern Power Company, at Char- John will probably drop in to see Occasionally, since he is so close to and has many good friends in ' town. ^*■8. Hall has succeeded Mrs. Lilly as '^Krapher in the Cost Department. *• Lilly has resigned her position with Company, and will soon start house- Ping. Crump, long time janitor at the and progenitor of Aluminium ‘''cais Crump, is again on the job asi for the office. L. N. Ireland has been trans- from the Distribution Depart- >n Building 5, to our Cost Depart- Time Department Mr. Z. Z. Hadley, of the Payroll office, left Saturday, the twenty-second, for a two weeks’ vacation. While away, Mr. Hadley will visit friends and relatives in Richmond and Montgomery Counties. We wonder what the fish will do- since “Zeb” has gone. He always has such good bait. Mr. L. N. Ireland, who has been our Distribution Clerk for. the past several months, has been transferred to the Cost Department. Mr. Ireland is succeeded in the Distribution Office by Mr. M. G. Waller, of the Payroll Department. Mr. W. F. Gambrell, of the Time-Keep ing Department, has been transferred from the Pot Rooms to the Machine Shop, to succeed Mr. J. H. Cowles. Mr. Cowles goes to the Distribution Office. If anyone in Badin is interested in squirrel hunting, they can get some valu able information from a party of three, namely: W. R. Matheson, M. G. Waller, and Henry Thompson. “Nuf sed.” Mr. Joe Leonard spent the past week end with his parents, at Lexington. Joe says he is always glad to get back to the Club. “There’s a reason.” Miss Lala Ferrabee spent Saturday, the fifteenth, in Salisbury. We guess it is about time to begin Christmas shop ping. Mr. L. S. Currie has returned from a visit to his home, in Lumberton, N. C. Bolts and Jolts One morning recently, Joe Cherry came in the shop somewhat “dressed up,” and some of the fellows asked him why he resembled a “Philadelphia law yer,” to which he replied: “I have com pany at my home—a thirteen-pound boy.” It being payday, and Joe going for his money, he passed thru the pot rooms, and some of his friends knew the joke; so later Joe came thru the shop bare headed, for the boys had burned his perfectly good hat. It is reported that Mr. J. A. Moore is to be married some time before Christ mas. We don’t know how true the state ment is, but we do remember that Jack said a few days ago: “It’s not long un til Christmas, Boys; do your shopping early. Mr. W. 0. Young, the locomotive craneman, has been sick for the past few days, but we hope that he will soon be able to be on the job again. Mr. F. R. Hunnicutt returned Wednes day from a trip to Atlanta, Ga., where Mutic, While You Make Merry at Christmas! The Pathe Phonograph the fined singert and mu»iciani into your home*, will sing or play for you any time you want them you are thinking of a Piano, don't fail to see us, if you '*'*nt to get your money’s- w9rth in a good instrument ^LAND’S MUSIC STORE b, “kvp:kytiiino in music" 115 BADIN, N. C. DR. ELLA B. COX SURGEON-DENTIST OFFICE ABOVE BADIN PHARMACY Phone 30. Badin Exchange BADIN, N. C. J. G. WILLEFORD Sruirlrr now offers a New and Attrncti\-e Line of Jewelry, Watches, vSilverware, and other articles suitable for Christmas and special occasion Gifts. Ijook. and Bf Convinced •I. C. WII.-I-KFOKI), PiNic Strkkt, Hadin, N. C.