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i-' CHURCH NOTICES ^
By the time this issue of the Bulletin
is being read, Badin Baptists expect to
be “over the top” in their share of the
“Seventy-Five Million Campaign.” “Vic
tory Week” is November 30 to December
7. The pledge cards are coming in now
to Director Thomas C. Sheppard. Our
folks are coming across splendidly.
Few, if any, Baptists of Badin, pass
by our Church property without a feel
ing of pride and thanksgiving to God.
As these lines are being read, it is hoped
and expected that the slate will be go
ing on the roof of our new church build
Pastor J. Ml Arnette attended the
Baptist State Convention, at Raleigh,
November 11 to 14, and spoke on Aged
Ministers’ Relief.” He was again elected
Corresponding Secretary for the North
Carolina Baptist Ministers’ Relief
Mesdames J. M. Arnette and B. B.
Melton entertained the Woman’s Mis-
‘ sionary Society of the First Baptist
Church, at the pastor’s home, November
21, from 7.30 to 9.30 p. m. The evening
was characterized by music, laughter,
and good sense. Refreshments were
served. To “listen in” on an occasion
of the sort convinces one that the
movies, unclean shows, and dances are
not the best places to learn to laugh
in a genuine way. Let’s have more
Our church was delighted Sunday
morning, November 23, to receive into
our membership Mr. Aiken Moore and
Mr. and Mrs. N. L. Smith, and their
little daughter, Virginia. Brother Moore
comes with letter from the First Bap
tist Church of Raleigh, N. C. Brother
Smith and family come with letter from
the First Baptist Church, Rock Hill,
“The Morning Watch” at the church,
ten minutes before Sunday School, is a
great experience for those who get there,
proving again the wisdom of our live
superintendent, Mr. E. F. Smith. Let
no teacher or officer forget to be there.
Let us give God some “overtime.” It
Mr. John Calloway, who built the
farmhouse where Mr. Johnson lives, east
of the Commercial Block, and who used
to be a leader in old Ebenezer Church,
worshiped with us November 24. He re
membered tenderly in his prayer both the
old church and the new.
Presbyterian Church Notes
Revival services will be held in our
Church, at the Community Building,
commencing November 30, and continuing
about ten days. Rev. C. Cannon Brown,
evangelist for the Synod of North Caro
lina, will preach, and be assisted by his
singer. Rev. C. 0. Pardo. A choir and
seven-piece orchestra will furnish the
music. Everyone in Badin is invited
to come and take part.
The Ladies’ Aid Society have had two
interesting meetings lately—at Mrs. W.
L Stokes’, and at Mrs. J. D. Pannill’s.
The society gave Mrs. Nettie Bradford
Martin, a bride, a miscellaneous shower
at the home of Mrs. D. Clark, on Tal
lassee Avenue, November 14.
Work has at last begun on our church
We hope to have it completed and
in it soon. Won’t it be a glorious da3
for Badin when three new churches an
completed and open for worship?
Our Sunday School still continues t
grow. If you are not now in Sunda5
School, come next Sunday to the Con>'
munity Building, at ten o’clock.
have a Baraca Class for men, a Junio'
Baraca for boys, a Philathea for vvome"’
and graded classes in the other depa*'*'
Since our new pastor. Rev. Mr. G.
Vick, has arrived, much interest is ^
ing taken in our church work in all
partments. Our building is progress' »
nicely, and we hope to be able to occUPj^
it in the near future. . The Chu^
Home Board has made us a donat>
of one thousand dollars, and the
Board is expected to donate fifteen
dred or two thousand dollars
the building of the church, and
fered to loan what other money is
to finish paying for the building’
an interest of only four per cent.
Brother Vick has added sixteen
members to our church roll, and
more stated they will join when
new church is occupied.
The church’s motto is, “Methodis^
Badin, get together; do your
making Badin what God wants it ^
An invitation is extended to
join us in our services, which
in the Theater Building. Sunday ofl;
9.45 a. m.; morning service, at
evening service, 7.00 o’clock.
/t*s Our Business to Please You in Christmas
Selections for Gifts; and We Can Do It
A Few Suggestions
Cigars in every size boxes
Nut Sets, Etc.
Also Christmas Decorations of All Kinds
THE MAIN PHARMACY
HADIN, N. C.
" WE STRIVE TO PLEASE”
FRUITS, NUTS, AND CANDl^^
Just the tort **01dSenty** wantt for the KIddiee!
and appetising PaDCjr and Staple Oroceriee, at
lowest po««it>le price*
GARRISON’S STORE „
FALLS ROAD BADIN.
In thesetlmet of high prices, ktep your eye« on jrour Shoe*»
see that they are kept In rood repair. It is real economy*
Our workmen are erpert in thie bveinee*. Yo«r boeloee**^
BADiN ELECTRIC SHOE SHOP, Badin, N-