Cliffside Events July 8, 1926
Cliffside, July 6th – Much progress is being made in converting part of the mill over to Terry Towels. Looms are arriving daily. Huntington & Guerry of Greenville, S. C. were given the contract last week for the erection of the motors and other electrical work and they now have a force of men here.
Construction work on the Bleaching plant is moving along nicely, several houses on South Main Street are being moved to make room for the mammoth filtering plant which is in connection with the Bleachery.
The machinery in the old finishing department is being moved to the new building, which was completed recently and is modern in every respect.
Several to Wrightsville
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hames, Mr. and Mrs. Luther Campbell, and Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Haynes accompanied Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Camp, of Henrietta, spent the weekend in Wilmington and Wrightsville Beach.
Mr. H. M. Owens is out of the office this week taking his vacation.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. C. Shuford and family visited Mrs. Parkard in Shelby Monday.
The local boy Scouts are showing much interest in their garden. Two or three mornings of each week are spent in cultivating, and the boys are hoping to make some money to help defray camping expenses. They are planning to leave for Camp at Lake Lanier, Tryon this week.
Messrs. Avery Robinson, Clarence Hughes, Edwin Hughes and C. B. Martin attended the ball game in Spartanburg Monday.
Mr. Haynes Entertains at Luncheon
The following were luncheon guests of Mr. Chas. H. Haynes at Cleveland Springs Hotel Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Hunter and daughter, Evelyn, Miss Mary Martin and Miss Clara Allen, of Kingsport, Tenn., Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Carpenter and Mrs. B. P. Caldwell of this place.
Mr. G. C. Haynes and daughter Hazel, with Amanda and Rosa Mae Haynes and Mr. D. D. Fortune, of Avondale, are on a trip to Pennsylvania and Washington.
Mr. and Mrs. D. C. Whitaker visited Rutherfordton Monday evening.
Miss Elizabeth Jenkins, from near here, purchased a new Hudson brougham from Cliffside Motor Company last week.
Mr. Z. O. Jenkins and Mr. R. E. Haynes of Avondale, drove over to Cleveland Springs Hotel Monday afternoon.
Mr. R. L. Pruette and family visited J. W. Bridges in Forest City Monday.
This item was printed in The Sun on July 8, 1926.