Twin Reporters, Oct. 31, 1935
From The Courier, Oct. 31, 1935
Cliffside, Oct. 28 — Mr. and Mrs. Jack Shuford attended the Methodist conference in Salisbury.
Mrs. Joanna Norville was the week-end guest of Mr. Hamp Norville, of Spindale.
Mrs. Esco Brackett is ill with scarlet fever at this writing.
The two weeks meeting held by Rev. Monroe Parker and sponsored by the Men’s Evangelistic Club closed Sunday, October 27. Among the guest singers during the meeting were the Hopper Twins and Mr. Bard Rouppe [Ruppe] and his quarett [quartet] from Marion.
Miss Opal Earley, of Dobbinsville, was the week-end guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Earley.
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Earley, Misses Opal Earley, Eula Belle Sizemore and Leola Sizemore attended the dedication service at the Campfield Memorial church Sunday.
The Men’s Evangelistic Club will continue the prayer meetings at the home. The prayer meeting will be with Mr. and Mrs. Harvie Harrill Saturday evening at 7 o’clock.
Miss Sarah Atchely visited friends in Cliffside the past week-end.
Mr. George White is improving very much at his home.
Little Miss Barbara Allen Sparks is improving nicely from scarlet fever.
Cliffside school is putting on a large Halloween carnival on Halloween night, Thursday, 7:30 p. m. Misses Hilliard, Haynes and Whiteside are in charge. They have appointed the following committees who will be in action that evening:
Fishing, Miss Buckner. Fortune Telling, ???. Apple Bobbing, Elizabeth Hendrick. “Sweet Sixteen,” Miss Hilliard. Popularity Contest, Miss Bookout. Eats and Drink Stand, Mrs. Robertson. Bingo, Mr. Barkley and Miss Daniel.[Maybe David]
“Bridal Pair,” Miss Haynes. Cake Walk, Mrs. James Tinkler. Grab Bag, Mrs. John Tinkler. Stunts, Mrs. Beatty, Miss Faires. Side Show, Miss Rickard and Miss Owens.
Even though, Cliffside football team consists of entirely new material, the Coach and his boys are doing an excellent piece of work. They played Kings Mountain Friday afternoon, October 18, losing to them. On October 25, Cliffside boys met Lenoir high on the athletic field at Lenoir. At the end of the first half the score was tied. It seems that our local boys lost their wind and pep in the last half for when the whistle blew the score was 19 to 6 in favor of the opposing team. Let’s not give up, boys! Fight until the end.