Cliffside Builds Large Reservoir
Cliffside, Feb. 21—Cliffside Mills is now turning out a new product, to add to their already widely known line, in the form of terry towels. The building program which was begun several months ago is now completed; the machinery is all in motion, and several thousand dozens of towels are being finished daily in the various styles.
As mentioned in previous correspondence, the plant has been thoroughly revamped, that is, re-floored, re-lighted and the interior painted. Also, a large filtering plant and a 625,000 gallon reservoir has been constructed. With the new modern bleachery and finishing plant, Cliffside Mills is now one of the most modern and up-to-date mills in the South.
The management is making a number of improvement in town in the way of putting in hardwood floors and repainting the houses.
New families are constantly moving in and these people are always welcome in our town.
Some Of The Newcomers
Mr. E. C. Harris and family, of Hollis, moved here Thursday.
Mr. B. S. West, of Caroleen, and family, moved here last week. Mr. West was elected as teacher of the Men’s Bible Class of the Baptist Church Sunday.
Messrs. Chas. H. Haynes, A. Myles Haynes, Z. O. Jenkins and B. E. Roach attended the meeting of the Rutherford County Club Tuesday which was held at the Spindale House.
Messrs. B. B. Gode and V. B. Spawn spent the weekend in Charlotte.
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Edwards and children spent Sunday afternoon in Ellenboro.
Misses Ocie Biggerstaff and Winifred Hoyle spent the weekend in Enoree, S.C.
Dewey Blanton Visits Parents
Mr. Dewey Blanton, of Brevard Institute, is spending a few days here with his parents.
Mrs. P. C. Hawkins, accompanied by Mr. Jay Hicks, of Alexander, were in Charlotte Thursday.
Mr.and Mrs. Jay Hicks spent Sunday with Mrs. Hicks’ parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Hawkins.
Mr. Chas. H. Haynes left Saturday for Washington, D.C.
Mrs. W. M. Haynes, of Avondale, spent Sunday afternoon in town.
Mr. and. Mrs. J. B. Freeman and children spent Sunday in Shelby with Mrs. Freeman’s parents.
Mr. J. C. Cowan, Jr., of Rutherfordton, and Mr. H. M. Owens, of Avondale, were here for a short time Sunday afternoon.
Messrs. Chas. H. Haynes and J. B. Watkins made a business trip to the eastern part of the state Tuesday and Wednesday.
This item was printed in The Sun on February 21, 1927.