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The Badin bulletin. online resource (None) 1918-1920, August 01, 1920, Image 1

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badin bulletin Page Twenty-Nine ley.” The collections at this service were Wore than thirty dollars. Rev. Johnson filled the pulpit of Rev. Frazier, A. M. E. Zion Church, last Sun- 'iay morninp;. Rev. Johnson’s text was: “I'’ollow Thou Me.’^ '14 1 i'' t !si » ■' i. . ' ! I ^ North Badin’s New Show House It is with much pleasure and grati tude that the citizens of North Badin look upon the' new moving picture and Vaudeville house which is being erected i'l one of the most important and costly locations in the village. This house, which is very modern in all I’espects, is ^ pride to the people of North Badin, l^ecause it is being erected by one of the ^'ty's own business colored men, Mr. "T- H. Brooks. Next door to the theater Is a building erected by Mr. Brooks '''hich -will be used for a barber shop, snd will be operated by Brooks and Lee, the barbers. ^Ir. Brooks says that the building will completed very shortly, and he prom- 'ses, first of all, good pictures, as well courteous treatment, good order, and ^^cellent seating facilities. This house '''ill be equipped with all the things neces- ^^ry in a modern theater for the com fort of the patrons. I. B. P. O. of Elks There was a semi-annual election of 'Officers of the Elks on the first Friday •^'Sht in June. At this meeting, the fol lowing named officers were elected: ^I’o. Efj Covington was re-elected Ex. I^uler; Bro. Frank Bancroft was re flected Es. Leading Knight; Bro. R. W. Robinson was elected Es. Loyal Knight, to succeed Bro. E. G. Harris; Bro. Henry ^oole was elected Es. Lecturing Knight; ^^0- Chas. Farley was elected Secretary, succeed Bro. T. H. Bullock; and Bro. Sorter was elected Treasurer. ^J’o. Chas. Farley was elected dele- ^^te to represent the Badin Lodge at annual convention of the Elks of The World, which will be held in St. Wis, Mo., in September. Carriage of Miss Addie B. Tyson and Mrs. G. M. Coble wish to ^*^nounce the marriage of Miss Addie . * Tyson, of Norwood, N. C., to Mr. H. Bancroft, of New York, which ^®1^ place on June the twenty-fourth, thousand nine hundred and twenty, the residence of Mrs. G. M. Coble, Mayo Street, Badin, N. C. rC''-'V ,s . y- ; ’r-y."":' ■' :■ - V-; ! ’1 ^ - " ^ {y ^ ■'"’x.'-V*' ■■. ' ■?■.' ''■''' • ’T,*'-'-, ir^' >■■> '.v .■"•'■ . r'. ; • .'■ •'■■■•• '-i'r v ii'S'*.' — .. .C^.- . ir^ ’ ' ‘KkiTSfman raised these-and he has a right to be proud of ’em. too! (We’re sorry that King himself wouldn’t get in the picture) ^ fe v', ■ ■ ■ *' I- 111 Miss Tyson is one of the most highly I’espected young ladies in this section of the State, and she has many friends not only in Norwood, her home, but also in Albemarle and in Salisbury, where she attended Livingstone College for several years. Mr. Bancroft, who is a New Yorker by birth, came to Badin more than four teen months ago. He has worked faith fully since coming to Badin, and has carried himself in such a way here that he has gained many friends, and is high ly respected by both races. Local Items “The Coolest Place in Town.” Battle Brothers have opened a very inviting ice ci'eam and cold drink parlor, ,on Roosevelt Street, next door to the Badin Supply Company, .They are serving the people with pure Arctic ice cream. In the rear of the icc cream parlor is a first class tailor and repair shop, ope rated by Mr. Henry Fennell, a new comer to our town. Rev. Hoskins, i)astor of the Shiloh Baptist Church, of Greensboro, N. C., preached in the community building on last Wednesday night. Rev. Hoskins is Moderator of the^ Greensboro Associa tion, and came to Badin in special inter est of the school which will be organized within the bounds of this Association. The following named schools are repre sented in Badin for the Summer: Bid dle University, Charlotte, N. C.; Paine College, Augusta, Ga.; Claflin Univer sity, Orangeburg, S. C.; Plarbison Col lege, Irmo, S. C.; Livingstone College, Salisbury, N. C.; and A. and T. College, Greensboro, N. C. Mr. Walter James, Proprietor White Front Bicycle Shop, boasts the fact that he was the first person in North Badin to get beans enough from his garden to eat and sell. Ai’ound the last of May, Mr. James was successful in getting about two gallons of beans out of his garden. North Badin is still growing in inhab itants and in business. We are proud to have here in North Badin a dentist. The dental parlor is located in one of the upstairs rooms of the Badin Stock Company building, next door to Crump’s Cafe, over Brooks and Lee’s Bai’ber Shop. Mile. P. Vonlee has returned from her home in High Point, where she spent several days with her parents. She was accompanied back to Badin by her nephew. Master Wilfred Farrington. The many friends of Mrs. John Bar ringer will be sorry to know that she

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