Page Ten BADIN BULLETIN O'er. Let’s remember that they are heroes, every one of them, whether they ""ere in the fighting or not, and give them the kind of reception they deserve. From the looks of things. Building 24 's destined to come out of its long sleep before very much time has passed, "ei'e’s hoping that the awakening is violent than we anticipate. Mr. H. C. Jenkins is all keyed up in Anticipation of a bombardment of ore in this direction. The tappers will ® glad to see Mr. Jenkins working over- t*nie for the next few weeks. Mr. L. Moody is now comfortably ’^ed in his new quarters at the Pot «ooms office. In addition to furnishing "e hungry with lunches, Mr. Moody is •■eady to handle all comers.. . that peace has been declared, the Pot rooms will continue to operate as usual. Falls News Mr. Sheehan of the Falls office force, a e from New York village, had an ex- ®rience approaching a very dangerous ^Counter. He was on his way home oot from Badin one dark night last "’eek. and was met face to face by a la lace to latc ijji “ animal. After looking each j for awhile, the quadruped ecided to retire, which he did, to the sa boughs of the nearest-by ^ P ing. Taking advantage of the handi- can^’^'^ animal, the biped decided on hel ^ nearby home for lesT Arriving safely but breath- he^^' described the many zoos ani ''isited, and the various wild but*^t'^ "'ith, which he was acquainted, e'^^ared he had never been intro- as^n, an animal so ferocious looking adv ^ abandoned. The reminded of the most it r^ Carolina wild animals, but the bis personal introduction to W;,, animal for convincing him. in c armed expedition he succeeded the deadly specimen which out to be a large 'possum. *'inl^' ^'^'^^berlin, representing the Man- been & Moore Company, has ®Pecf^^ ^be Falls for a few days, in- the overhauling and erecting of cran one-hundred-ton Cravf’ J*? interests of the Shaw Company. Hous?*' Fa'Is Dam and Power Housp progressing. The Power ®teel is erected, and the brick work is well under way. The assem bling of the flood gates was begun the latter part of the month. Passenger service over the Badin- Falls Railway between Badin and the Falls has been inaugurated. The bob tail’s schedule of run is morning and evening, workdays only. R. D. Buchanan Machine Shop News A few days ago two of the boys, on hearing of the arrival of great flocks of ducks on the lake, decided to try their hands at shooting. So they secured guns, ammunition, and a boat, and went out. The results were “two nice broad- bills” and not knowing exactly what they’ had killed, they threw them bacK in the water, thinking they were not real ducks, and good for nothmg. We hope these boys will have their game examined the next time they go duck hunting. Now that the “Flu” epidemic seems to be checked and our men are all back on the job once more, the shop is agam running in normal style and full force. We are just completmg the mstallation of an addition to our heatmg plant, so we are going to be warm and comfort able this winter. The roofing material for the new ex tension to the shop has been shipped from the factory, and we are expecting to have the new extension ready for operation in a very short time. Mrs. J. W. Dickson and daughter, Rose McCroskey, left on the tenth for a two months’ visit among relatives in Knoxville and Western Tennessee. Mr. Shure Culp, who left us^some time ago to take a position in Nashville, Tenn., is now back with us, and we are glad to welcome him. Mr. T. H. Sawyer has been wearing a broad smile recently, for he has a fine boy, tho he says he expected a girl. Mr. F. R. Hunicutt has just returned from a trip to Atlanta. Electrical Department Mr H S. Beers spent several days recently at his old home at Niagara Falls The Electrical Department hopes that U had a most delightful time wHh his friends and relatives in the North. Dick Giersch is with us again, after a considerable spell of milita^ training at Camp Sevier and Camp Humphrey. We are mighty glad to have him back. The Electrical Department looked very slim when all the boys joined the D. 0. K. K.’s in Charlotte. The cere mony was enjoyed by all those who at tended. Mr. C. E. Graham is pushing the installation of the' electrical equipment at the Yadkin Falls power house, as Mr. H. B. Rhea is calling for the “juice.” Mr. A. H. Scott—better known as “Farmer Scott”—is making much prog ress in the new telephone line to the Yadkin Falls power house. The street lights in the Colored Camp are almost completed. The white town site has nothing on them in the way of lights. Preacher Moor has gone to the Con ference for a few days. We all wish him success. McElhaney has the “blues.” Wonder why? Ask him—but keep at a safe distance. If you want to find Davis, search out where there is a motor in distress. Visitors From Pittsburg We were glad to have in our midst not long ago several visitors from “head quarters” in Pittsburg. Mr. R. E. Withers, treasurer of the Aluminum Company of America, enjoyed a week’s hunting here; while his friends enjoyed the quail which he brought back. Mr. J. W. Rickey, Chief Hydraulic Engineer, and Mr. E. S. Fickes, Chief Engineer, were here several days on matters of business. Badin Methodist Church Let us rally around the churches in Badin. We need you. Come and wor ship with us, or' worship at one of the other churches in Badin. We hold our services in the Badin Theater. Sunday School, 9.45 a. m.; preaching, 11 a. m. and 7.30 p. m. It is not a hardship to be compelled to work for a living. On the contrary, work is man’s greatest blessing. Idle men soon drift into bad habits, and as a rule end their days in jail or an insane asylum. Idleness promotes disease and physical decay; work makes for good health and vigor of both body and mind. Private Saleeby and Private Claude Wimberly, of Camp Gordon, Atlanta, Ga., were in Badin recently, visiting relatives and friends.