ENTERED AS SECOND-CLASS MATTER AUGUST 20, 1928, AT THE POST OFFICE
AT TRYON, N. C., UNDER THE ACT OF CONGRESS, MARCH i, 1879
(The World’s Smallest Daily Newspaper)
Vol. 11. Est. 1-31-28
It’s A Comedy
The Garden club play, Royal
Whims, to be presented at the
x Parish House on Friday and Sat
urday evenings under direction of
'jMrs. Louis Fuldner. is a comedy
in three acts. Those in the cast
are as follows:
Miss Patricia Sflagle, Master
Robert Donaldson, Jerry Drew, Ed
ward Hopkins, Mrs. E. P. Wil
liams. C. D. Stevens, John Voll
mer, Miss Anslie Anthony. John
Fuldner, Mrs. Bertha Jackson, Dr.
Arthur C. Smith, Miss Ann
Scruggs, E. Sigl, Miss Ferdinande
Poppe, Earl Tisdale, Isham Hen
derson and Mrs. C. D. Stevens.
Leaves for Training
Walter Stephenson, Saluda’s fa
mous baseball player, who played
last year with the Chicago Cubs,
will leave sometime this month
for Biloxi, M,iss., to join the Phila
delphia National League baseball
-oeam for their spring training. He
is advertising in this issue of the
Bulletin his 1937 Oldsmobile for
Congress gives final aopi*oval
to Smoky Mountain Park Bill.
Faii’fax Harrison, cx-president
Southern Railway dead.
President Lohr of N. B. C. pre
dicts television in general use here
in five years.
Grat Britain plans open warfare
on pirate submarines.
TRYON, N. C„ THURSDAY, FEB. 3, 1938
Marcus L. Nash, Sr.
Marcus L. Nash, ST., 65, retired
business man of Landrum, died
at his home Wednesday night at
12:15 o’clock. Mr. Nash had been
in declining health for some time,
but had been seriously ill for only
a short time. He was born and
reared in Laurens county, South
Carolina, but had made his home
in Landrum for the past 25 years.
Mr. Nash is survived by his wife
IJrs. Laura Morris Nash, five
daughtei's, Mrs. Kemp Davis, Carl-
Lie, Penn.; Miss Caroline Nash,
High Point, N. C.; Mrs. J. T.
Arledge, Tryon; Miss Evelyn Nash,
a teacher in Cowpens school; and
Miss Mildred Nash, Lajidrum. One
sen, Miarcus L. Nash. Jr., and two
sisters, MJrs. Effie Boyd and Mrs.
Mhry Austin, of Landrum, also
Funeral services will be held at
the First Baptist church in Land
rum on Friday at 2:00 p. m., with
interment in the church cemetery.
John G. Landrum, Jr., will be
in charge of the Tryon Rotary
club on Friday at 1 p. m., at Oak
Hall hotel. The guest speaker
will be Dr. J. H. Boldridge.
The Lint Head Dukes rolled the
Cubs (the New Dealers) winning
with a total of 11 points. Average
store not as high as the two pre
ceding nights. Tonight the Broc
coli Kids roll the Dough Boys.