The Badin bulletin. online resource (None) 1918-1920, December 01, 1919, Image 17
.DIN BULLETIN Page Seventeen sf! » THE WOMEN’S PAGE m> » A Dangerous Comer ome measure of protection should be i^ided pedestrians who cross Falls d near the Postoftice or the Theater, ire is little slackening of speed of i passing' this point, and something Hid be done before some child is run n. Often it puzzles a grown person keep out from under Pike’s Ford- -Buick-Overland truck (we are not ac- ing Pike of running over a mile and alf an hour) or some merchant-sales- 1 from Albemarle who is rushing over ell a bill of goods and get back before next customer comes into the store, believe he could reduce his speed siderably, and still accomplish his c. t the north' corner of the' schoolyard 'e is a sign which reads: “School— Slowly.” The other day, while passing corner at the close of the noon *8s, one little fellow came running is the bell was ringing. In his mad he passed several other boys who 6 . walking leisurely back to school, of the boys yelled: “Hey, I5oy, don’t See that sign? C3o Slow!” Record Makers hese two girls, Agnes Reid and othy Frazier, have a record for *’^1 attendance and punctuality that '’•'lethinff to be proud of. They have ® five successive school years with- having lost a day, and without be- ®ven tardy! Isn’t that fine? these pfirls have done, others ^0- Why not a number of pupils V We’re Glad to Meet You ^ Merry Christmas Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Avant, a son— Kaymond, November 6. Mr. and Mrs. Waters, a son, November 4. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Morgan, a daugh ter—Everline, November 10. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Cross, a daughter, November 10. Mr. and Mrs. Love, a daughter, November 12. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Biles, a daughter, November 12. Mr. and Mrs. Gilmer W. Lemons, No vember 15, a son—Gilmer, ,Tr., 7^ lbs. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Page, November 19, a son—L. .J., Jr., 9 lbs. Mr. and Mrs. S. J. R. Cherry, No vember 22, 13-lb. boy—Robert E. L. RECORD MAKERS—DOROTHY FRAZIER. AGNES REID starting and carrying on a dbntest in regular and punctual attendance? It would be a splendid thing all around. Our Basket-Ball Teams Each of our four basket-ball teams has been doing good work in recent games, but somehow the scores simply won’t come out right. The High School team have lost to Norwood and Albe marle, after putting up gallant fights, while the men’s team and the Office Girls lost to Concord, the double-header being played in the Concord Y. M. C. A. gymnasium. But we are not discouraged. Our teams are young, not only in individual ages but also in the time they have played together. We’ll show ’em some things before the season ends. Mr. Mauney Returns We are glad to have Mr. A. C. Mauney back again in Badin. As director of landscape gardening, he will do much to add to the beauty of our town. Mr. Mauney has many friends here, who are delighted to know that his health is so much improved that ho can resume his work. Goorf Fortune Smiles Now on the Fellow that Has the Goods We .i,iticip.itcd our wants far in .advance, and we now have the most complete line of Piece Goods and Ready-to-Wcar ever shown at this season of the year in a town the size of this; and, too, the price is f.ar below your expectations for goods of such quality. ■Borrow brothers & heath company Leaders in Low Prices ALBEMARLE, N. C.