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AT TRYON, N. C. UNDER THE ACT OF CONGRESS, MARCH 3, 1879
THE TRYON DAILY BULLETIN
The World’s Smallest Daily Newspaper, Seth M. Vining, Editor.
Vol. 14. Est. 1-31-28 TRYON, N C., SATURDAY, JAN. 17, 1942
MRS. A. L. SHAPLEIGH
Mrs. Alfred L. Shapleigh, 66,
passed away at her home here on
“''jftiday afternoon at 5:45 after
w/' second heart attack. Funeral
arrangements are awaiting the
arrival of her sister, Mrs. W. Ir
ving Clark, of Worcester, Mass.,
who was a visiter here during the
recent illness of the deceased.
Mrs. Shapeligh was a well
known poetess and Bible teacher.
She taught an interdenomination
al class at her home in Tryon
until her illness. Her religious
poems have appeared many times
in the Moody Monthly, published
by the Moody Bible Institute of
Chicago, which had already accept
ed several poems to appear in the
near future. She came to Tryon
four years ago from Wheaton, 111.,
where she had retired as dean of
women at Wheaton College. For
many years she and her late hus
band, Dr. Alfred L. Shapleigh,
missionaries to China. After
Shapleigh and their three
died in China in the
early 1900,’s Mrs. Shapleigh car
ried on missionary work alone
and was in charge of the Foreign
Women’s Heme at Shanghai,
China. Later in this country un
der the China Inland Mission she
was in charge of Deputation work.
Besides her sister, the deceased
is survived bv two brothers, R. G.
Pratt of Worcester, Mass., and
Dr. F. H. Pratt of Wellesley
Evanston Family Buys
Old Earle Place Here
The historic Baylis Earle place
near Trycn and Landrum, con
taining 370 acres and the more
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At The Churches
Visitors Welcome at All Churches
PRESBYTERIAN: Rev. D. M.
McGeachy, Minister. Tryon Sun
day school 9:45 a. m. G. I. Hen
derson, Supt. Worship Service 7:30
p. m., sermon subject: “The Main
Task Before the Church.” Co
lumbus worship service 11 a. m.,
seimon subject: “Lord, Teach Us
Memorial. Rev. C. Arthur Lincoln,
D. D.. Minister. 11 a. m., morn
ing worship. Sermon “What Be
comes of Christian Principles in
War Time?” 9:45 a. m., Sunday
school, Nelson Jackson, Jr., Supt.
10 a. m., adult Bible class led by
Dr. Sewall in the sun-room of
the manse. Friday 10:30 a. m.,
meeting for prayer and Bible study
at the home of Mrs. Willis E.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE: 11 a.
m., at the Lanier Library. Sub
METHODIST: Rev. Gecrge M.
S ! chreyer, Minister. Church school
9:45, Thomas H. Greene, Supt.
Morning worship 11 a. m., sub
ject: “On the Just and the Un
just: Why B e Christian?” Eve
ning worship 7:30, presentation
of the film: “Life In A Bened : ctine
Monastery.” Tuesday evening at
8 p. m., all church officials and
teachers are urged to meet at the
PACOLET BAPTIST: Rev. B.
G. Henry. Minister. Sunday school
10 a. m., Fred Ravan, Supt. Wor
ship service 7 p. m., subject,
“Serving Our Day.” Prayer meet
ing on Thursday, 7 p. m.
FIRST BAPTIST: Rev. B. G.
Henry, Minister. Sunday school
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