Cliffside Events Carefully Noted
Cliffside, Oct. 25—Miss Virginia Moore entertained a number of her friends at her home Saturday evening. Rook was played at four tables,. Dr. H.L. Robertson receiving the prize for the highest score. A nice course was served by the hostess, assisted by Miss Coda Carpenter. The following were present; Misses Eloise Pruette, Alice Carpenter, Wilma Jane Singletary, Carmine Jeffries, Coda Carpenter and Messrs. Martin Mauney, Dr. H. L. Robertson, Dr. F. Bobo Scruggs, Dewey Blanton, Shirley White, Aubrey Humphries and Charlie Carpenter.
Mr. Dewey Blanton returned to Brevard Institute Monday.
Miss Carpenter’s Guest
Miss Alice Carpenter had as her guest for the weekend; Misses Wilma Jane Singletary and Carmine Jefferies, of Limestone College, Gaffney, S. C.
Misses Helen Thompson, Virginia Owen, Alice David, and Johnnie Player accompanied Miss Vivian Hairr to Charlotte Saturday, where she took the train to Clinton, N.C. to be at the bedside of her grandmother, who is very ill.
Mrs. G. W. Darby, of Sandy Springs, S.C. is spending some time here with her daughter, Mrs. L. G. Garvin.
Miss Alice Carpenter had as her guest Sunday Miss Helen Thompson.
Mr. Ross Wall purchased a new Essex coach from Cliffside Motor Company last week.
Mr. Haynes’ Visit to New York
Miss Alice Edwards, who is teaching at Avondale, spent the weekend here with Mr. and Mrs. John Roach.
Mr. Charles H. Haynes spent a few days last week in New York City on business.
Mr. and Mrs. A.M. haynes spent Sunday with Mrs. M.C. Haynes, of Avondale.
Mr. Dan Hawkins, who has been in Florida for the past year, is spending a few weeks here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Hawkins.
Miss Mabel Bridges leaves Monday, November 1st, for Pinehurst, near Ellenboro, N.C. where she is to teach school.
This item was printed in The Sun on November 11, 1926.