Twin Reporters, Oct. 24, 1935
From The Courier, Oct. 24, 1935
Cliffside, Oct. 22—Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Keeter and Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Whisnant visited Mr. and Mrs. Ray Whisnant in Gaffney, Sunday.
Mr. T. W. Sizemore is visiting his brother, Mr. J. R. Sizemore. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Dobbins and daughter, Virginia and Marie, of Ellenboro, visited friends and relatives in Cliffside the past week-end.
Misses Emma Sue and Mary Crow were the week-end guests of relatives in Nebo.
Mr. Donald Tate, of Albemarle spent the week-end with his mother and sister, Mrs. Pearl Tate and Inez Tate.
Mr. Joe Greene is improving greatly at his home on Shelby Highway.
Little Master Fred Mack Whisnant is visiting his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Whisnant.
Mrs. Donner Decker, Miss Asia Bridges and Miss Del Ree Greene, of Valdese visited relatives and friends in Cliffside this past week-end.
Little Miss Oneida Greene is improving after a severe attack of pneumonia.
Mr. and Mrs. Mose Simmons visited their sick grandchild, Master Chas. Haynes in Avondale, Monday.
The revival service which is being conducted by Rev. Monroe Parker, is greatly enjoyed by a large number who attends the meetings. Wednesday evening the service will be for the family and subject being, “Where are You Headed,” this service is dedicated to the family.
Friday morning the chapel program at the school building will be conducted by the sixth grade teacher, Mr. James Tinkler. All parents are urged to come and see the program which is being given.