Garden Prizes 1926
Cliffside, Sept. 14 — Prizes were awarded to those having the most beautiful flowers and best kept yards. This has been an annual event for years. Several hundred dollars are given each year for this purpose by the Cliffside Mills. Short talks were made by Mr. B. P. Caldwell, Superintendent, and Mr. Monte Campbell, Principal of the Cliffside School. Prizes were distributed by the Boy Scouts. Several selections were rendered by the Haynes Band which were enjoyed.
Prizes will also be given to the colored people this week. The colored people of Cliffside take quite an interest in their yards, and no small number receive prizes.
Mrs. Walter H. Haynes and Miss Alice Carpenter entertained jointly in honor of Miss Harvey McFalls, of Gastonia, and the members of the faculty of Cliffside School Thursday evening at Love Springs. About seventy-five guests were invited. Music was furnished by two portable Victrolas and several selections were given on the “banjo-uke” by Mr. Schlienta of Asheville. Swimming was enjoyed for awhile, after which a beautiful picnic supper was served. The party was chaperoned Mrs. Walter Haynes, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Carpenter and Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Haynes. Miss Harvey McFalls, who has been a guest of Mrs. Walter Haynes and Miss Alice Carpenter, has returned to her home in Gastonia.
Miss Mary Sue Edwards and Miss Maude Spurgeon of Robinson’s Business College, Spartanburg, S. C. were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. John G. Roach for the weekend.
Mr. T. T. Carpenter, of Taylorsville, spent the week-end here with his mother, Mrs. Hester Carpenter.
Mr. T. T. Carpenter, accompanied by his mother and sister, Miss Coda spent Sunday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Wall near Henrietta.
Mr. Bob Watkins is not able to be on the “job” this week on account of illness.
County Superintendent, Mr. Clyde A. Erwin and family, of Rutherfordton, were visitors her Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Caldwell had as their guest Sunday Miss Mary Jenkins, of Avondale.
Gone to Florida
Mr. H. H. Jenkins, of Avondale, left sunday morning for points in Florida.
Mr. J. P. Carpenter and daughter Willie, have returned home after spending a delightful vacation at Unaka Springs, Tenn.
Mrs. Addie Dameron and daughter Mary, of Shelby, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. C. Shuford Sunday.
Mr and Mrs. Clyde Edwards spent sunday in Rutherfordton.
Miss Una Edwards, accompanied by Miss Beulah Heafner, spent sunday afternoon in Rutherfordton.
This item was printed in The Sun on September 15, 1926.