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he went to be with his sister, Mrs. J. G.
Hunnicutt, who is critically ill.
Mr. J. H. Cowles, who has been time
keeper in the Machine Shop for the past
several months, has been transferred to
the Distribution Office, and Mr. W. F.
Gambrell, who has been in the Aluminum
Plant Office, has succeeded him.
Messrs. Miller and Nelson are organ
izing a check system in the tool room,
which will be in operation by the fif
teenth of the month, and which will be
a great help in keeping an accurate
check on the tool room stock.
Mr. B. A. Miller reports that he is
improving in health, and hopes to be
well in the course of a few weeks.
Mr. W. G. Nelson says that a few days
ago one of the young boys in the shop
was called to make a trip on the lake
to the Narrows, and evidently he went
somewhere else, for when he came back
he reported “an awful drove of ducks”
on the lake, while one of the boys re
ported six or eight in the bunch.
—W. G. N.
On Saturday, October 25, Mr. J. C.
Dick, accompanied by his bride-to-be.
Miss Lottie Harris, motored to the Pal
metto State, and on the following day
returned to Mr. Dick’s home as man and
You are invited to inspect
our stock now
while our stock is at its prettiest and best
Don’t feel that you have to buy if you come in
Just come in, spend what time you can spare, and you
will be surprised at the number of gift problems you
Then, buy later, when you are ready
wife. Mrs. Dick is the daughter of thi
Rev. Ralph Harris. Mr. Dick holds £
position in the Laboratory, in connectior
with Aluminum Plant Analyses. Ai
present, the young couple will live if
the country, a few miles south of Badin.
Mr. R. H. Lefler has resigned hi'
place in the Laboratory, and accepted a
position in the Machine Shop.
Mr. L W. Wilson, of Niagara Falls>
was a pleasant visitor to the Laboratory
on November 10.
Mr. N. T. Clodfelter has accepted *
position as Laboratory Assistant
This is the Sort of Reading I Love
Indicators for Colorimetric Deternti’^^
tioris of Hydrogen-ion Concentrations
Covering a Continuous Range
Used in connection with bacteriol®^
ical culture media, and for other
chemical investigations. Recommend
by William Mansfield Clark and Herb® ^
A. Lubs, Dairy Division, Bureau
Animal Industry, Department of
culture. The Journal of BacterioW ’
January, 1917, Vol. II, Nos. 1, 2, an
Blue)—acid range PhI-'"
(Methyl Red) '
Phenolsulphonephthalein (Phenol a4
o-Cresolsulphonephthalein (Cresol . j
Thymolsulphonephthalein (Thy®® ^.6
Isn’t it interesting? You read
so easily and smoothly.
Moves to Badin
Mr. R. L.
raarle. now a regular Badinite.
his family here, and they are
118 Falls Road. Mr. Miller I« '
and manager of the Bad in JeweirJ^
l>any, whose store in new block °
Roads is rapidly nearing
We are glad to welcome ‘
our community, and will always jj.
the tyj>e of citizen that he repf*