Cliffside takes a careful census
Cliffside, Dec. 18—A complete census of the town has been taken in order that no one will be overlooked when the list for the gifts is made up. One among the several committees appointed in connection with the Community Tree, is the entertainment committee which is composed of the School faculty and the program to be rendered by the school children will be a treat at this community gathering within itself to say the least. All citizens of the town and community are urged to bring special presents for their friends, relatives and sweethearts to be distributed from the tree. There will be a reliable party in charge at the tree all day Friday to see that all special presents are taken care of and finally reach proper destination.
Many Visitors Expected.
The employees of the mill are looking forward to the holidays. Operations in the mill will close Thursday night. Many visitors are expected during Christmas week. A number of the younger set who are away in school will begin arriving here within the next few days.
Miss Amanda Haynes, who is a student at Randolph-Macon College, at Lynchburg, Va., is expected home Tuesday.
The school children will close the 1926 term Wednesday and a number of the faculty members will leave that day, while others will remain until after the Christmas tree.
Mr. and Mrs. B.J. Davidson, of Avon Park, Fla., are expected here this week to visit friends during the holidays.
Memorial Building Decorated.
Mrs. L.H. Campbell, who has been in Florida for three weeks, returned Wednesday; she was accompanied by her little niece, Margarett Davidson.
Miss Virginia Moore will leave after the New Year to join here parents at their home in St. Petersburg, Florida.
The Memorial Building has taken on the Christmas colors. Mr. B. E. Roach has decorated the lobby, and the display of the season’s colors in the cafe on the ground floor and other decorations scattered around through the building adds much to the already beautiful building.
Miss Nell Moore will arrive here for Advance, N.C., within the next few days to be with her sister during Christmas.
Mrs. H.H. Jenkins left Saturday for Scotland Neck, N.C., where she will spend the Christmas holidays with her parents.
Mrs. A.M. Haynes and Mrs. J.B. Watkins, of Avondale, spent Thursday and Friday in Charlotte.
Mrs. B.P. Caldwell, accompanied by Mrs. M. Hendrick spent Thursday in Spartanburg, S.C.
This item was printed in The Sun on December 23, 1926.