First Cotton Bale Goes to Cliffside
Cliffside, Sept. 14—Mr. E. B. Phillips, who resides near the Buck Shoals School, brought in the first bale of cotton grown this season to Cliffside, to be ginned last Friday, September 9th, which was sold to the Cliffside Mills for 22¢ per pound.
The new rest room, the first in the county for the general public, is rapidly nearing completion. Just how soon it will be opened has not been announced. It is difficult to overestimate the foresight responsible for the erection of such a fine rest room.
The Men’s Bible Class will have a “fish stew” in the Memorial Building Friday night. Prof. A. C. Lovelace, Superintendent of the Henrietta-Caroleen Schools, will be the principal speaker of the evening.
Mr. W. H. Haynes spent Monday in Gastonia and Charlotte, and will spend the remainder of the week at Chestnut Hills.
Mr. C. D. Hughes and family spent Sunday with Mr. Hughes’ aunt, Mrs. A. C. Hughes of Woodruff, S.C.
Mrs. Martin’s Guests
Mrs. M.W. Martin had as her guests this week her mother, Mrs. F.P. Gold, also her sister, Mrs. Bessie Grier of Mulberry Grove, Ill.
Mr. G. K. Moore and daughters, Misses Virginia and Nell, accompanied by Mrs. J.S. Rudisill and daughter, Miss Dorothy, of Forest City, spent Sunday in Morganton.
Mr. T. T. Carpenter, of Greensboro, spent the week-end with his mother Mrs. Hester Carpenter.
Miss Willie Carpenter entertained the teachers of the Cliffside and Avondale Schools with a picnic supper at Love Springs Friday Night.
Mr. Broadus Simmons, of Asheville was a visitor here Monday.
Miss Emily Hollifield, of Caroleen, and Mr. Memory Freeman visited Mr. Freeman’s sister, Mrs. John Elmore, in Gaffney, S.C. Sunday.
A Picnic Supper
Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Caldwell, Mr. and Mrs. M. Hendrick, Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Haynes, gave a picnic supper at Chestnut Hills Saturday evening in honor of the school faculty.
Rev. and Mrs. R. C. Smith and children left Monday for points in Tennessee and Alabama.
Misses Una Edwards, Alice Carpenter and Helen Thompson, accompanied by Mr. Roger Edwards, of Rutherfordton, spent Sunday in Hendersonville.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hames had as their guests last Thursday Mr.and Mrs. J. G. Hames, Miss Rebecca McCraw and Mr. Gettys Scruggs, of near State Line.
Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Campbell and Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hames spent Sunday in Shelby.
This item was printed in The Sun on September 14, 1927.