Entered as second-class mail matter August 20, at the Post Office at Tryon, N. C.
under the Act of Congress. March 3, 1879.
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TRYON, N. G, SATURDAY, MARCH 29, 1930.
Republicans Elect Delegates
Tryon Township Republicans met last night at Lynn School
auditorium and elected the following delegates to the Counry
convention April 2: Delegates, Marvin Edwards, W.N. New
man, J. L. Underwood, jr., W. W. Ballard, Louis Lehman, Fred
E. Swann, N.B. Jackson; Alternates: Jno. Panther, Jno. J. Fisher, W. S.
McCall, T. A. Rippy, Geo. Smith, Spurgeon Arledge, A.H. Williams. A.
.N. Kunkle was re-elected township chairman. Geo. Smith was nomi
nated for constable.
Big Baptist Meeting To Be
Held at Columbus Sundag
The three Baptist churches of which Ret). Chas. B.
Trammel is pastor will meet in union service Sundag
morning at 11:30 at the Columbus Baptist church.
Mill Spring and Lgnn are the other two churches
joining the meeting. Great work has been done hg
Mr. Trammel in this field and a large attendance is
expected to swell the church in Columbus Sundag
“The Desert Song” at Strand
A famous Warner Bros, production, will be shown tonight and Mon
day at the Strand theatre. Strange customs of the desert . . . finest Ara
bian horses, a chorus of 100, Vitaphone’s first opperatta, colorful, en
chanting,, a succession of song sequences that stir with throbbing in
tensity. Featuring John Boles, Caplotta King, Louise Fazenda, Myrna Loy,
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Fifth Annual Horse & Hound Show
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