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    ENTERED AS SECOND-CLASS MATTER AUGUST 20, 1928, AT THE POST OFFICE
AT TRYON, N. C. UNDER THE ACT OF CONGRESS, MARCH 3, 1879
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Vol. 11. Est. 1-31-28
Tryonites To Hear Talk About
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“Little Church Around the Corner”
A real treat is in for the
people of this community who will
have the opportunity of hearing
the Rev. Randolph Ray, D. D.,
Jector of the “Little Church
round the Corner,” New York
City, on Monday afternoon at 3:30
at the Parish House in Tryon.
Dr. Ray will be the guest speaker
of the Woman’s Auxiliary of the
Church of the Holy Cross. The
public is invited t 0 hear him tell
about this famous little church.
Miss Margaret Law and the late
Mr. Homer Ellertson were mar
ried in: this church, ten years ago,
fSeptember 17th). Dr. Ray came
to Tryon to rest but has consent
ed to give this talk on Monday.
Modern communication systems
made it possible to get the above
picture in time for today’s Bulletin-
As soon as the editor learned that
TRYON, N. C., FRIDAY, FEB. 4, 1938
Dr. Ray would speak, he wired
the New York office for a picture
of the church, and a cooperative
secretary had it here the next
day.
“Royal Whims”
“Royal Whims” a three-act come
dy sponsored by the Tryon Gar
den club will be presented tonight
at the Parish House under the di
rection of Mrs. Louis Fuldner.
Those in the cast are: Miss Pat
ricia Slagle, Master Robert Donald
sen, Jerry Drew, Edward Hopkins,
Mrs. E. P. Williams. C. D. Stevens,
John Vollmer, Miss Anslie Anth
ony, John Fuldner, Mrs. Bertha
Jackson. Dr Arthur C. Smith, Miss
Ann Scruggs. E. Sigl. Miss Ferd
inande Poppe, Earl Tisdale Isham
Henderson and Mrs. C. D. Stevens,
    

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