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THE FOREST CITY COURIER, THURSDAY, APRIL 12, 1928
1 HELD APRIL 2
Republicans Elect State Delegates
and Draw Resolutions Condemn
ing State Administration.
to a call by chairman of the execu
tive committee, Fred Hamrick, the
Republican convention of Rutherfoi*d
county met in the courthouse Mon
day afternoon, April 2. The attend
ance was good. Mr. W. J. Mode
was chairman of the meeting with
J. S. Dockrey, secretary.
The executive committee, one from
each township wsa elected as fol
lows: Rutherfordton Township,J . M.
Hodge; Green Hill, Isaac Williams;
Union, J. A. Smith; Sulphur Springs,
G. M. Cole; High Shoals, T. C.
Smith; Colfax, B. B. Smart; Duncan
Creek, J. O. Gettys; Cool Springs, R.
!r. Hollifield; Golden Valley, D. G.
Melton; Logan Store, J. K. Robin
son; Camp Creek, W. M. Watson;
Morgan, Geo. Hill; Chimney Rock,
; Guilford Nanney and Gilkey, J. L.
! Bennett. Fred D. Hamrick was re
flected chairman of the county exe
| Delegates to the Republican State
convention were elected as follows:
Messers. F. D. Ktamrick, G. B.
!Scoggin, J. V. Hampton, C. N. Mc
-1 Brayer, J. S. Harris. O. B. Bigger
staff, H. R. Camnitz, W. M. McCur
ry, R. K. Hollifield, J. D. Logan,
Mrs. B. B. Logan, C. F. Keeter, J. T.
Arnette and J. L. Bennett.
1 Delegates to the Congressional
convention were elected as follows:
Messrs.. W. C. Mcßorie, C. F. Sin
-1 clair, I. S. Williams, .V A. Ruppe,
'J. M. Robbins, C. F. Walker, Dock
Phillips, R. W. Minnish, C. M. Cham
pion, S B. Biggerstaff, J. C. Ross, W.
G. Scoggin, L. Logan and W. R.
Delegates to the Senatorial con
vention: J. S. Dockery, W. J. Mode,
G. H. Cochrans, B. K. Hampton, J. T.
Ruppe, R. W. Eaves, W. T. Davis, Z.
W. Harrill, J. T. Hardin, M. D. Wil
son, J. W. Hunt, Z. B. Freeman, F.
M. Nanney, Guilford Nanney and
It was moved and carried that all
who could attend all the conventions
mentioned -above and be given cre
dentials, if they attended.
The committee on resolutions,
Messrs. D. F. Morrow, Guilford
Nanney and D. W. Crawford pre
sented three resolutions: First, en
dorsing the economic administration
of President Coolidge; second, de
nounced State Democratic rule as
being extravagant, creating jobs for
henchmen, useless boards, extravag
ance in the public school system, in
creased salaries, etc. Third, dele
gates to the Congressional conven
tion in Asheville, April 17 were in
structed to vote for Hon. C. J. Har
ris, of Hillsboro and! Judge W. C.
Meekins, of Hendersonville as dele
gates from the tenth Congressional
District to the National Republican
convention at Kansas City and also
instructed delegates to the said con
tention to support and vote for Hon.
David H. Blair, Hon. Bronlow Jack-
I son, Chas. A. Jones and W. G. Bran
| ham, as. delegates-at-large to the Na
tional Republican convention in Kan
jsas City. Hon. L. L. Jenkins, of
! Asheville, was endorsed as Presi
dential Elector from the Tenth Con
The various Republican candidates
for County office will be selected
MRS, GILES DEAD
Bostic, R-4, April 9.—Mrs. Re
becca Giles, widow of the late Mil
ton Giles of Golden Valley Town
ship, died Sunday night, April 1. She
had been ill some six or eight
months. She made her home with her
daughter, Mrs. Noah Bumgarner. Fu
neral and( burial took place at Black
Mountain Baptist church Tuesday
The deceased was 63 years of age
and leaves three sons and two daugh
ters. She was a good woman and
was especially noted for visiting the
Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Hariston, of
Reidsville, have announced the en
gagement of their daughter, Miss
Lou Jones Hariston to Mr. M. O.
Dickerson, Jr., of Rutherfordton.
The bride is a charming and cul
tured young lady and is the sister of
Mr. Robt. Hariston, Jr., of Ruther
The groom is a prominent young
business man and was educated at
the University of North Carolina.
It is expected that they will be
married in the early summer.
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Spindale, April 3.—-The E. E. Ross
store building at the juncture of
Spindale and Campbell streets has
been rented and equipped for re
Last Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock
a Sunday school was organized with
Dan S. Hardin was elected super
intendent and E. J. Doggett was
elected secretary and treasurer. It
is hoped that much good will result
from this organization.
The school is under auspices or the
Wesleyan Methodist church of Forest
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